Skip to comments.Like the Nazis Before Them, ISIS Soldiers Often Cranked-Up on Meth as They KILL KILL KILL
Posted on 10/07/2014 8:47:00 AM PDT by Reaganite Republican
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Obama’s open borders policy is now funding ISIS.
Thank you- took awhile...
Retarded headline ping.
Like the Nazis Before Them....who do you think trained them?
The Nazi Death Machine: Hitler’s Drugged Soldiers
The Nazis preached abstinence in the name of promoting national health. But when it came to fighting their Blitzkrieg, they had no qualms about pumping their soldiers full of drugs and alcohol. Speed was the drug of choice, but many others became addicted to morphine and alcohol.
These are the true zombies.
If the Nazis had been on meth, they would have spent their time staring and shivering.
On the plus side they will kill each other for some meth.
The last words some will hear is the reason you can’t yell is because I slit your throat.
Already hopped up on Mad Mo’s killer verses, adrenalin-soaked halal meat, & the pernicious effects of generational inbreeding, ISIS’ murdering goons are now strung out on cheap & abundant meth.
Kill them all and let Allah sort them out.
Hitler himself took a crapload of stimulants. His quack doctor would give it to him and tell him it was vitamins or nutritional supplements. Goering was hooked on morphine due to injuries suffered in WWI. I’ve read accounts of German troops living on stimulants and little else for days during the Normandy campaign. Allied troops used stimulants as well, but much more sparingly. Oddly enough, my ancestors the Celts had the opposite approach: the night before a battle they would get stinking drunk. Of course, my ancestors also went into battle naked and painted blue, so who really knows what their reasoning was.
What’s old is new again.
Islam mixed with Drugs. Just like the Assassin cult.
Not just the Nazis. Some US troops really understood the benefits of Benzodrine in several wars.
The drug they took is chemically related to meth, basically an inferior cousin that is linked at the Der Spiegel piece above
It was the first methamphetamine, according to the article- and same effect as current meth, just a bit less powerful
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