The Perilous Problems With Pot

Posted by on Mar 8, 2017 in Articles | 1 comment

The Dumbing Down and Demonic Infiltration of a Nation Caused by Increased Marijuana Use

By Joe Schimmel

In the last election cycle, the U.S. did not only get a new president, but three more states legalized the recreational use of the drug marijuana. Of the five states where marijuana’s recreational usage was on the ballot, California, Massachusetts and Nevada made smoking cannabis legal.

Incredibly, marijuana is not only the No. 1 illicit drug in America (according to a 2014 National Survey on Drug Use), but the number of pot smokers in the U.S. has nearly doubled in just three years according to a Gallup poll released in August 2016.
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If you are a pot smoker, I would simply ask you to say a little prayer before you read the rest of this article, and that you would seek God’s truth and will for your life. The moment I became a Christian in 1981, I was immediately delivered from smoking pot, getting drunk and using other illicit drugs. My studies since that time have only confirmed and deepened my resolve to stay clear of them and to warn others of their harmful and even diabolical effects.

Despite pro pot propaganda, and much of the public’s desire to be inebriated on the drug, it is still classified as a Schedule 1 drug under federal law, which is a designation earmarked for substances with “high rates of abuse and no acceptable medical use.” (Source)
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Flakka: The “$5 Insanity”

Posted by on May 20, 2016 in Articles | 3 comments

By Joe Schimmel

flakkaFlakka, a relatively new designer drug that burst onto the scene in 2012, with its epicenter in Florida, claimed the lives of 126 people in 2013 alone and is rapidly spreading to other states throughout the country.

Flakka is an ascending drug because it is cheap and only costs three to five dollars a hit. It is cheaper than heroin and up to 10 times cheaper than ecstasy/molly. This drug – being called “gravel” and “$5 insanity” – is even more dangerous than meth or heroin! Flakka is a synthesized stimulant derived from the khat plant (known as “Catha Edullis”) found in the Middle East and Somalia, and is often laced with other deadly drugs, unbeknownst to is users. Flakka effects have been compared to a fusion of crack cocaine, crystal meth, LSD and PCP. “I was an undercover narcotics detective… I have not seen anything like it,” Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said.

Young people are flocking to flakka because it is not only cheap, but offers a sense of euphoria and self-empowerment, while being easily accessible. Young people actually order flakka online and have it delivered to their front doors! It can come in crystalline rock form and can be swallowed or injected, or snorted and vaped in an e-cigarette.
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The Horrors of Heroin

Posted by on Feb 12, 2014 in Articles | 2 comments

By Joe Schimmel

The late actor, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, fearing for his life due to alcohol and drug abuse, admitted himself into rehab at the young age of 22. Several years later, at the age of 46, he was found dead on Super Bowl Sunday, February 2, 2014 in a Manhattan apartment with a syringe still stuck in his arm.

Hoffman, who won an Oscar for portraying the author Truman Capote in the 2005 film “Capote,” was described on the front page of the New York Times obituary as “perhaps the greatest actor of his generation.”

Law enforcement officials disclosed that they discovered 72 heroin bags, with 49 of the bags still full of heroin, in Hoffman’s apartment. They also revealed that they fund four bags of white powder believed to be cocaine. According to sources, the private diaries of Hoffman that were found in his apartment reveal that he was seriously battling demons that he believed were threatening his life. The voices of these demons could not be quelled through hardcore drugs or Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
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Mommy, Don’t Eat Me!

Posted by on Nov 15, 2013 in Articles | 3 comments

Mother-and-BabyBy Chad Davidson

If 50 million babies murdered by their own mothers in the womb isn’t repulsive enough, some mothers – and fathers for that matter – are now becoming so depraved that they are willing not only to murder, but eat their own children! Sadly, the cannibalistic endeavors of these parents has become so prevalent that the University of Montreal did a study to try to find out what on earth would trigger a mother’s desire to eat her child.
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The Marketing of Molly

Posted by on Nov 7, 2013 in Articles | 1 comment

Joe Camel and Miley CyrusBy Chad Davidson

Agency Charges R.J. Reynolds With Causing Substantial Injury to the Health and Safety of Children and Adolescents Under 18

The Joe Camel advertising campaign violates federal law, the Federal Trade Commission charged today. The campaign, which the FTC alleges was successful in appealing to many children and adolescents under 18, induced many young people to begin smoking or to continue smoking cigarettes and as a result caused significant injury to their health and safety. –Federal Trade Commission, May 28th 1997

While the advertising group for Joe Camel ended up losing their case and, in doing so, the ability to market to kids the way they wanted, the same cannot be said for advertisers of the Class A psychoactive drug called Ecstasy or “Molly”. But who on earth would market a drug like this? Look no further than Video Music Award shows and Teen Choice Award stages.
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