Your children are up against a world run amok!
Greed is driving amoral groups competing with one another to get new, dangerous drugs into the hands of our children.
It’s not just terrorism we must prevent; it’s peer pressure as well. The DEA just made 3 More synthetic drugs illegal, but that’s just the surface view. What in the world is going on?
On the street, these 3 new drugs just made illegal, are called “N-Bombs”. There is no approved medical use for these particular drugs, says the DEA, but these “designer drugs,” (called “hallucinogens” [as if they were right out of the Timothy Leary, Richard Alpert era]) are being created so fast, the DEA cannot keep up with it — the money, staff and time, are just not there.
Once again, it’s as if the evil Saul Alinskites of the world are overwhelming the “good and pure”.
The data suggest that extremely small amounts of these drugs however, are substantially more potent than other hallucinogenic compounds, and suggests that extremely small amounts of these drugs can be extremely toxic, causing seizures, cardiac and respiratory arrest. They have caused the deaths of at least 19 Americans aged 15 to 29 between March of 2012 and August of 2013.
Many of us have become familiar with the terms bath salts, or K2 or Spice – On the streets, these newest synthetic compounds are known as “N-Bomb” – they’re sold and marketed online and through illicit channels as illicit hallucinogens such as LSD.
They have been encountered as powders, liquid solutions, soaked onto blotter paper, and laced on edible items.
A spokesperson for DEA headquarters, said the biggest issue with N-Bomb is that users have no idea what they’re getting when they take these drugs.
“Part of the problem is that there is no consistency, there is no quality control. This is made in illegal labs by rogue chemists. You don’t know what’s in it. You don’t know what it’s been mixed with or how it may interact with what they’ve taken”. “It’s really like playing Russian roulette when you take it.”
The DEA published a Notice of Intent to do this on October 10, giving makers, sellers, and other possessors of these drugs a month to rid themselves of their current stocks and to cease making or buying more.
The DEA stated “We certainly hope that this will reduce the supply which hopefully will reduce the demand. Unfortunately, there are about 200 illicit synthetic drugs out there right now but the truth is, there have been 80 new ones just since July of 2012. It really makes it very difficult for the regulatory process to keep up with them.”
While the DEA’s move is temporary, and filled with ‘red tape’, the temporary move gives the DEA time to work with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine if these drugs should be made permanently illegal, …. but what typically happens, … is that the manufacturers tweak the compound slightly, and voilà, once again, there are even more new drugs to be made illegal!