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  • Beware Of The Dangers Of Gerin Oil

    by DJM ( 121 Comments › )
    Filed under Islamists at December 3rd, 2008 - 4:57 am

    Putting aside the usual blogging for a moment, I would like to remind everyone of the dangers of the latest “fad” drug out there. The Young are especially susceptible, as peer pressure may get the best of even the most easy-going teen. But the drug could also be attractive to older people, many of whom are facing difficult times and may be searching for an inexpensive release.

    Gerin Oil is virtually cost-free. It can be produced and distributed with minimal expenses or expertise. And it can be HIGHLY intoxicating. Victims of this drug have been known to turn on family and friends. Men will beat their wives while under the influence, and force them to partake in the drug. In areas where the drug is legalised – especially in the Middle East where the drug has an almost cult-like following, older men will sexually abuse children, even as young as ONE day old. If you have been the target of false allegations related to child abuse, you would need an experienced criminal deffence attorney. Learn more from Mike G Law. In some cases, paranoid fathers have brutally slaughtered their own daughters. Children with parents under heavy influence of Gerin Oil often grow up resentful of others, and have a incurable case of narcissism. And in more extreme cases, victims will go on violent rampages, killing anyone in their path. Fortunately, nowadays there are effective resources and treatment for battling addiction of this kind.

    Gerin Oil addiction may also be hereditary.

    Though, Gerin Oil is not always harmful. In some cases, it can actually be beneficial depending on the circumstances of the individual. However, as with any drug with the potential to harm, great care should be taken when introducing Gerin Oil to a regular regimen of diet, spirituality, education, and exercise.

    Stay on guard.

    Gerin Oil (or Geriniol to give it its scientific name) is a powerful drug which acts directly on the central nervous system to produce a range of symptoms, often of an anti-social or self-damaging nature. It can permanently modify the child brain to produce adult disorders, including dangerous delusions which are hard to treat. The four doomed flights of September 11th 2001 were Gerin Oil trips: all nineteen of the hijackers were high on the drug at the time. Historically, Geriniolism was responsible for atrocities such as the Salem Witch Hunts and the massacres of Native South Americans by Conquistadores. Gerin Oil fuelled most of the wars of the European Middle Ages and, in more recent times, the carnage that attended the partitioning of the Indian subcontinent and of Ireland.

    Gerin Oil intoxication can drive previously sane individuals to run away from a normally fulfilled human life and retreat to closed communities of confirmed addicts. These communities are usually limited to one sex only, and they vigorously, often obsessively, forbid sexual activity. Indeed, a tendency towards agonized sexual prohibition emerges as a drably recurring theme amid all the colourful variations of Gerin Oil symptomatology. Gerin Oil does not seem to reduce the libido per se, but it frequently leads to a preoccupation with reducing the sexual pleasure of others. A current example is the prurience with which many habitual ‘Oilers’ condemn homosexuality.

    As with other drugs, refined Gerin Oil in low doses is largely harmless, and can serve as a lubricant on social occasions such as marriages, funerals, and state ceremonies. Experts differ over whether such social tripping, though harmless in itself, is a risk factor for upgrading to harder and more addictive forms of the drug.

    Medium doses of Gerin Oil, though not in themselves dangerous, can distort perceptions of reality. Beliefs that have no basis in fact are immunized, by the drug’s direct effects on the nervous system, against evidence from the real world. Oil-heads can be heard talking to thin air or muttering to themselves, apparently in the belief that private wishes so expressed will come true, even at the cost of other people’s welfare and mild violation of the laws of physics. This autolocutory disorder is often accompanied by weird tics and hand gestures, manic stereotypies such as rhythmic head-nodding toward a wall, or Obsessive Compulsive Orientation Syndrome’ (OCOS: facing towards the east five times a day).

    Gerin Oil in strong doses is hallucinogenic. Hardcore mainliners may hear voices in the head, or experience visual illusions which seem to the sufferers so real that they often succeed in persuading others of their reality. An individual who convincingly reports high-grade hallucinations may be venerated, and even followed as some kind of leader, by others who regard themselves as less fortunate. Such follower-pathology can long post-date the original leader’s death, and may expand into bizarre psychedelia such as the cannibalistic fantasy of ‘drinking the blood and eating the flesh’ of the leader.

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    (Hat Tip: Shiva & Avideditor)

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