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  • fuck dat been reading this page and it has been another great example as to why i will never ever touch fucking smack, it cant be worth it surely!

    Well heres my next upload of the week.

    Heroin/Opium and Morphine – Illegal Drugs and how they got that way from the History Channel USA

    Demonoid Link – http://www.demonoid.com/files/download/HTTP/1711862/8933890

    And if you do not have access to the above download from here:

    Send big files the easy way. Files too large for email attachments? No problem!

    Please, if you do not have access to demonoid, there are certain people who can give you access – but these invitations are few are far between. You have to share your downloads or be kicked out of demonoid – if you get kicked out or warned then the person who invited you also gets warned.

    Enjoy the show – it only takes a few minutes to download and is great for educational purposes.

    PLUR

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    Hm, Mr B. How come you bumped up this thread matey?

    Regretfully, the bit with me and my mates didnt show up on TV, but our voiceovers did.

    it was really nice meeting some tv people, being in front of a camera and chatting about being a functional addict of some sort.

    They even treated us to lunch – which for 3 of us they paid nearly £80.00 and our train / tube tickets.

    The programme as a whole got aired. And I hated watching when the bloke was doing his turkey and he shit himself.

    The girl did the same; it was gross in a way, but imformative and shows what a real addicts go through when in cold turkey

    e_babes;317829 wrote:
    Hm, Mr B. How come you bumped up this thread matey?

    Regretfully, the bit with me and my mates didnt show up on TV, but our voiceovers did.

    it was really nice meeting some tv people, being in front of a camera and chatting about being a functional addict of some sort.

    They even treated us to lunch – which for 3 of us they paid nearly £80.00 and our train / tube tickets.

    The programme as a whole got aired. And I hated watching when the bloke was doing his turkey and he shit himself.

    The girl did the same; it was gross in a way, but imformative and shows what a real addicts go through when in cold turkey

    I remember watching that programme and if I remember correctly the addicts where doped up to the eye balls on medication throughout there withdrawl..

    Would this not mean that they didnt actually go ‘cold turkey’ as it where ?

    The hardest part for any addict is after there detox when they are back at home and surrounded by temptation, that is where there true strength will be tested.

    JamZandwich;317894 wrote:
    I remember watching that programme and if I remember correctly the addicts where doped up to the eye balls on medication throughout there withdrawl..

    Would this not mean that they didnt actually go ‘cold turkey’ as it where ?

    The hardest part for any addict is after there detox when they are back at home and surrounded by temptation, that is where there true strength will be tested.

    without another substance to help the withdrawal they’d probaly leave.

    cold turkey from heroin

    e_babes;317829 wrote:
    Hm, Mr B. How come you bumped up this thread matey?

    Just for posterity’s sake…

    although it’s not a direct answer to your question, the majority of problems associated with heroin use are not direct consequences of the drugs, but the incredibly poor living standards that the average user has. Heroin often ‘pushes them over the edge’ but they are already have very poor diet, little disposable income, antisocial behavour, criminal records etc.
    People with higher living standards who have enough money to feed their habbit can continue to function normally in society, although of course not always.

    Chemical tests pinpoint source over two years

    Nick Hopkins, crime correspondent

    Thursday October 4, 2001

    The Guardian

    The extent of the trade in heroin between Afghanistan and the UK was underlined yesterday when it was revealed that every seizure in Britain over the last two years has been sourced to poppy fields controlled by the Taliban or the Northern Alliance.
    Investigators say there is “almost no evidence” of heroin coming to the UK and Europe from elsewhere in the world and believe that the terrorist atrocities in the US could be a “defining moment” for the worldwide heroin industry, depending on the sort of military action that is undertaken and how much disruption this causes.

    One concern for the intelligence services is that the Taliban, which banned the cultivation of poppies after a bumper crop in 1999 and pressure from the UN, could allow its farmers to start sowing again on the basis that the regime has nothing to lose.

    The move would be popular and seen as an act of defiance against the US-led coalition, although questions have often been raised about the true effectiveness of the ban in a country as large and unpoliced as Afghanistan.

    The incentive to start cultivating again has been heightened by the recent halting of a United Nations Drugs Control Project scheme to give aid to Afghan farmers who have ceased poppy growing.

    British investigators said yesterday that they believe Osama bin Laden has benefited financially from Afghanistan’s drug trade, despite no evidence to show that he or his supporters have been involved in the business directly.

    Before the poppy ban, the Taliban took effective control of the heroin market by taxing the crop, and it is thought that Bin Laden has been funded from the income raised.

    A source said Afghanistan had been a war zone for more than two decades and had no natural resources, so poppy was the only product it could sell. “You cannot live in Afghanistan and not benefit from the drugs trade. It’s the principle source of tax revenue.”

    Drug investigators believe the true picture of the heroin trade between Afghanistan and the UK is even worse than the one painted by the prime minister, Tony Blair, who told the Labour party conference on Tuesday that 90% of the drugs sold on British streets hail from the troubled central Asian country.

    Using chemical profiling of heroin shipments, Customs and Excise has been able to identify Afghanistan as the source of all its seizures over the last two years. Investigators believe that this pattern is reflected across Europe.

    Investigators warned there is growing evidence that heroin prices are being slashed as wholesale dealers in Afghan border towns off-load their stockpiles for processing in Pakistan and Turkey, fearing they will be bombed in any military campaign.

    The Home Office has played down fears that the UK will soon be flooded with heroin because the country already has a steady supply and steady street price, but drug investigators are bracing themselves for a glut in the market that could make the drug cheaper .

    Mr Blair said on Tuesday that the Afghan heroin industry was “another part of the [Taliban] regime that we should seek to destroy”, but there is no sign that a government led by the Northern Alliance would be any better.

    The UN believes that the Northern Alliance has made no effort to stop the production, refining and export of heroin from its own territory, despite promises to do so.

    heroin and mushrooms both class A

    hahahaahahaha wtf….

    From the way heroin is described it sounds quite boring in my opinion…

    whats particularly ironic is BBC South were instrumental in exposing the levels of drug use in the rave scene during the 90s and getting a fair few venues closed down!

    A former BBC cameraman died from a combination of excess alcohol, sleeping tablets and heroin, an inquest ruled.

    Charlie Parker, 34, of Orchard Place, Southampton, was found dead in a flat in Monks Road, Winchester, on 4 April.
    The deputy coroner for central Hampshire recorded a verdict of accidental death on Wednesday.

    Friends, members of his family and former colleagues attended a funeral service for Mr Parker at Winchester Cathedral following his death.

    Mr Parker was the son of former BBC South Today presenter Bruce Parker and worked as a freelance cameraman for the corporation.

    One of his final assignments was filming the G20 summit in London earlier this year.

    BBC NEWS | UK | England | Hampshire | Drink and drugs killed cameraman

    Auch wenn du am Abgrund stehst, und gar nichts mehr verstehst,
    wachen Engel über dich, halten dich im Licht und lassen dich nie fallen.

    @General Lighting 354293 wrote:

    whats particularly ironic is BBC South were instrumental in exposing the levels of drug use in the rave scene during the 90s and getting a fair few venues closed down!

    Shame. I don’t think this particular fella had much say in BBC programming tho’. The fact that he had a habit should prove that not all users are the same and they can be useful members of the public. It’s just a shame the only users that get into the news are the ones that have died… shitter!

    @olboy 354298 wrote:

    Shame. I don’t think this particular fella had much say in BBC programming tho’.

    They do have much more editorial power if its in news, albeit more due to the downsizing of production teams. News camera ops these days certainly get a chance to choose their shot angles, positions and types of shot for a news item. I am a keen photographer and video maker myself and all this can make a very subtle but effective difference to how the eventual news item comes across.

    In July 2007, I personally witnessed a camera operator from ITV Anglia film a rave being closed down, picking an embedded position behind Police lines (rather than a neutral one) and the resulting footage was unsurprisingly very “pro-police”…

    As for the BBC guy, due to his young age (3 years my junior) I expect he might not have been in that particular job during the early 90s – he’s more likely to have been out partying!

    But if you work for the mainstream media in any role you are part of the machine and should be prepared to be judged as such.

    The BBC as a whole has been responsible for a lot of inaccurate, scaremongering programs about drugs…

    That said its good that he did this useful job rather than robbing old grannies to fund his habit, but it just shows he can’t have been particularly happy in his work, yet this is the sort of job many people see as a dream career. My own current job is hardly a dream job (a normal IT management role albeit with a lot of autonomy and hands-on practical stuff) but since starting it I find it so much more fulfilling I’ve actually totally calmed down partying and getting high compared to just a few years ago..

    Auch wenn du am Abgrund stehst, und gar nichts mehr verstehst,
    wachen Engel über dich, halten dich im Licht und lassen dich nie fallen.

    well, heroin is big here in LA, really big, ive been a heavy user for goin on three years now. i was into tripping for a very long time. dope was like the lost lsd to me at first, now im not so sure. its not boring though. just hope you dont try it, unless you wanna be cool, but yeah it sucks

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