The Nazi/I.G. Farben Origins of Recreational Street Drugs - that have ruined the lives of Amer­i­can-other coun­tries cit­i­zens

Submitted by Quest-News-Serv... on Wed, 06/05/2013 - 21:37. It is more than a lit­tle inter­est­ing to note how many of the street drugs that have ruined the lives of Amer­i­can cit­i­zens (and cit­i­zens of other coun­tries) have their ori­gins with the Third Reich and/or I.G. Farben.

Der Spiegel recently reported on the ori­gins of metham­phet­a­mine, the crys­talline form of which is rav­aging lives across Amer­ica and the rest of the world, as well as enrich­ing orga­nized crime syn­di­cates, includ­ing neo-Nazi linked orga­ni­za­tions.

Devel­oped as a stim­u­lant in 1938, it was used to enhance the per­for­mance of the Third Reich’s sol­diers and air­men, and remained in use by the Bun­deswehr and other armies.

In past pro­grams, we’ve dis­cussed the ori­gins of heroin and methadone (a syn­thetic opi­ate devel­oped by the Bayer com­pany and named “dolophine” in honor of Adolf Hitler. Heroin was orig­i­nally devel­oped by Bayer as a cough sup­pres­sant, espe­cially effec­tive in children.)

Many of the baby boomers spaced them­selves out on LSD in the 1960’s. That drug was devel­oped by Albert Hoff­man, who did the work while in the employ of San­doz, part of the I.G. Far­ben com­plex. LSD and other psy­choac­tive drugs were used as part of the MK Ultra mind con­trol exper­i­men­ta­tion con­ducted by the CIA after World War II.

There are indi­ca­tions that San­doz con­tin­ued to func­tion in con­junc­tion with the Under­ground Reich after the war:





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