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Interzone / Bureaucracy and gender bending
« on: February 24, 2012, 02:29:33 PM »
“The officers were trained to go into ankle deep water, which is level one, so we waited for level two officers, who can go into chest high. One of the police officers told me he would like to go in the water and I advised him in the strongest terms not to.” Mr Nicholls’s superior, Tim Spencer-Peet, said he had been happy with the watch manager’s decision-making.

Firemen refused to go in 3ft-deep lake as man floated face down

Pavlov could only dream of social experiments like this.

Interzone / Equal poops
« on: February 11, 2012, 08:19:20 AM »
You're allowed to have your own culture but I don't want you wearing that scarf in public.
You're allowed to your own opinion but I don't want your opinion to be too different from mine.
You're allowed your own religion as long as it embraces the values of humanism and liberalism.


You're allowed to use our universities but wait a minute, let me explain to you how we poop over here!

Swansea University puts up toilet instruction posters

Posters have gone up around a university campus instructing students on how to use the toilet properly. Swansea University says it has produced them to help address cultural differences. The posters include images showing students what they should and should not do.

Some students have called them ridiculous but others say they are a good idea to help keep the toilets clean and hygienic.

The images on the posters show a drawing of someone standing on a toilet seat with a red cross and another with a figure sitting correctly with a green tick. It asks students to ensure used toilet roll is placed in the toilet and to make sure they flush it properly for the next person to use.

In some countries in South East Asia where people squat to use the toilet there are posters informing Westerners how to use them. In parts of the Middle East where plumbing systems cannot cope there are posters informing people not to put toilet roll down the toilet but in bins.

A university spokeswoman said: "Swansea University is a multi-cultural campus community and the informational posters were produced, for use in both male and female facilities, to help address cultural differences that were unfortunately causing damage and hygiene issues.



Interzone / Residents prefer pig manure over ASBO youth
« on: December 28, 2011, 12:16:55 PM »
Pig manure used to drive away drug youths

IT might have caused a bit of a stink, but a woodland used by youths as a drug den has been transformed back into a tranquil haven thanks to a lorry load of manure.

A council has come out smelling of roses after wielding a new and cost-effective weapon in the fight against anti-social behaviour.

“Feedback from the residents indicated that although there was a slight whiff in Willowbank, they would much rather have a pong than a bong.”
Middlesbrough Council spokesman

Pig dung has been spread in a thick layer in woods in Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough, to deter youths from congregating and upsetting elderly people living close by.


Interzone / New Italian PM forms government without politicians
« on: November 18, 2011, 11:31:04 AM »
After years of corruption and endless quarrels between left and right Italy finally does the right thing: they abolish democracy.

ROME - Italian Premier Mario Monti has formed a government of bankers, diplomats and business executives, saying the absence of politicians in his Cabinet will spare political parties the "embarrassment" of taking the tough decisions needed to steer the country from financial disaster.

The 68-year-old former European Union competition commissioner and his Cabinet were sworn in Wednesday at a solemn ceremony at the presidential palace that formally ended Silvio Berlusconi's 3 1/2-year-old government and the media mogul's 17-year-long political dominance.

Monti faces his first major hurdle Thursday when he presents his legislative agenda to parliament and subjects his government to a confidence vote in the Senate. The vote in the lower Chamber of Deputies is expected Friday.


What he means is that solving Italy's economic crisis the democratic way will only waste time and more money. The Italians are even deeper in debt than the Greeks and look at the mess the Greeks have been making since the EU has been trying to help them. That's the "embarrassment" he's really referring to. Monti wasn't elected either, he was simply invited to become PM by the (elected) President Napolitano after Berlusconi resigned.

Mario Monti is a former EU commissioner with strong ties to the Bilderberg group, the Trilateral commission and Goldman & Sachs. But nevertheless this seems like a way better solution than letting the public elect the most popular ideas.

Monti's ministers include Corrado Passera, CEO of Italy's second-largest bank, Intesa Sanpaolo SpA, to head Economic Development and Infrastructure; Piero Gnudi, a longtime chairman of Enel utility company, as Tourism and Sport minister in a country heavily dependent on tourist revenues; and the current Italian ambassador to Washington, Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata, to be foreign minister.

Monti said he put Passera in charge of two areas to ensure good coordination on projects that can boost economic growth.

A historian of the Catholic church with close ties to the Vatican, Andrea Riccardi, was named minister of international and domestic cooperation, a choice that seemed to reward pro-Vatican lawmakers.

Analysts gave Monti's selections top marks.

"I think the quality of the people is very high," said Roberto D'Alimonte, a political science professor at Rome's LUISS University. "All these people are very high-caliber, and highly respected, independent."


WASHINGTON (AP) — Who needs leafy greens and carrots when pizza and french fries will do?

In an effort many 9-year-olds will cheer, Congress wants pizza and french fries to stay on school lunch lines and is fighting the Obama administration's efforts to take unhealthy foods out of schools.

The final version of a spending bill released late Monday would unravel school lunch standards the Agriculture Department proposed earlier this year. These include limiting the use of potatoes on the lunch line, putting new restrictions on sodium and boosting the use of whole grains. The legislation would block or delay all of those efforts.

The bill also would allow tomato paste on pizzas to be counted as a vegetable, as it is now. USDA had wanted to only count a half-cup of tomato paste or more as a vegetable, and a serving of pizza has less than that.

Nutritionists say the whole effort is reminiscent of the Reagan administration's much-ridiculed attempt 30 years ago to classify ketchup as a vegetable to cut costs. This time around, food companies that produce frozen pizzas for schools, the salt industry and potato growers requested the changes and lobbied Congress.

School meals that are subsidized by the federal government must include a certain amount of vegetables, and USDA's proposal could have pushed pizza-makers and potato growers out of the school lunch business.


Why not just let them starve? Seems more humane to me than a future of being a fat dumbass who works at McDonalds or is a criminal. If parents can't afford to have children then why should society help raise them anyway? Oh right, because we're all equal as long as we believe in the same god and pay taxes. Sure...

Interzone / Zoophilia can lead to penis cancer
« on: November 13, 2011, 08:35:14 AM »
If you're searching for a reason not to have sex with animals, add this to the list: It could give you penis cancer, according to a new study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

The authors found that men who have had sex with animals were twice as likely to develop penile cancer as those who stick with their own kind.

Lead author Stenio de Cassio Zequi, a urologist in Sao Paulo, gave Live Science his theory explaining the increased risk.

"We think that the intense and long-term SWA [sex with animals] practice could produce micro-traumas in the human penile tissue," Zequi said. "The genital mucus membranes of animals could have different characteristics from human genitalia, and the animals' secretions are probably different from human fluids. Perhaps animal tissues are less soft than ours, and non-human secretions would be toxic for us."

A female member of Equality For All, a pro-zoophilia group, told The Huffington Post that the results of the study should prompt people to take precautions, like using a condom, when having sex with animals, but she said it likely would not deter diehard zoophiles.

"Expecting people who truly love animals to give up their sexuality and nature just because of some physical dangers would be as absurd as expecting gays to become straight because of AIDS," Sallie Graves wrote in an email.


Interzone / Bullied at school? Stop being a faggot!
« on: November 02, 2011, 04:06:08 PM »
Politically incorrect news from Britain:

UK Teachers: Bullied Students Should 'Act Less Gay'

A new report from Essex County, England has both UK politicians and LGBT advocates up in arms, as students reveal teachers urged those targeted by bullies to "act less gay" to stop being tormented.

According to The London Evening Standard, a recent report found "anecdotal evidence" of teachers urging students to suppress their individually and act more heteronormatively in order to combat bullying. "Students [were] being told to act less gay or wear their hair differently," the report said, "as teachers felt they were making themselves a target for bullies."

The news breaks on the same day that international pop star Lady Gaga has announced the formation of the Born This Way Foundation, meant to help bullied teens. It also comes in a media cycle that seems to portray new stories of gay teen bullying and suicide every day, including the recent brutal murder of Stuart Walker, likely the result of a gay hate crime.

Jordan Newell, chairman of the Colchester Labour Party and a member of the Labour Campaign for LGBT Rights, said he was "incredibly shocked" by the report's findings.

"I think the report shows a complete lack of understanding of the issue and on how to tackle bullies," Newell, 27, told The Advocate. "It is incredibly stark and paints a picture that teachers are holding up their hands and not trying to defend pupils who are expressing their differences."

According to the UK Equalities and Human Rights Commission, two thirds of lesbian, gay and transgender students have suffered long-term bullying, and 17 percent of LGBT youth reported receiving death threats.

Julie Keating, Essex County Council's principle officer for anti-bullying, compiled the "Anti-Bullying Work" report over the last month, including working with the Young Essex Assembly to hold open meetings to discuss bullying in school.

An official spokesman for the Essex County Council said it took these revelations "very seriously," would reach out to instructors on how to give "sensible" advice to bullied students. The council is developing an anti-bulling information packet to give to trainee teachers in this region of the UK, and hopes that word will spread.

Keating places most of the blame on lack of information and preparedness. "Teachers received very little training at college around bullying," Keating said, "and most would welcome additional support and guidance."

In some cases, this statement is likely to be true. Almost no teachers receive training in how to deal with bullying, much less those who target LGBT youth, and some may view tactics like those described above as helping these children get through the day.

Additional details in the report, however, point to a less common but far more alarming pattern of victim-blaming. Students who contributed the report often noted indifference on the part of instructors, with some acting markedly insensitive or unsympathetically towards their gay (or simply rumored to be gay) pupils.

A conference hosted by Youth Essex Assembly Nov. 1 attracted some 250 teachers and students, expressing "an overriding feeling that our current practcies are having minimal effect." In the meantime, teachers across the Essex, UK school district are being told to monitor their own and other instructors' advice to thsoe vulnerable to teen bullying. Such monitoring, it appears, is sorely needed.


Interzone / New parents for baby Hitler
« on: October 27, 2011, 12:09:17 PM »
TRENTON, N.J. - A New Jersey appeals court says a couple who named one of their children after Adolf Hitler should not regain custody of their three children. Heath and Deborah Campbell's three small children were removed from their home in Philipsburg by the state in January 2009.

The family drew attention after ShopRite refused to decorate a birthday cake for their son, Adolf Hitler Campbell. Adolf and siblings JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie have been in foster care since then. The appeals court ruled Thursday that sufficient evidence of abuse or neglect existed because of domestic violence in the home. The court sent the case back to family court for further reconsideration. A gag order remains in place and the parties refused to discuss the decision.

In January 2009, the Campbells told us Adolf Hitler Campbell is just like any other 3-year old boy. "It's not like he's' growing up to be a killer or nothing like that," said mother Deborah Campbell. "I went to just to get a cake... it was a circus of racism," said Heath Campbell, little Adolph's dad. At the time Heath and Deborah Campbell acknowledge the hate behind their children's names. But say that was not their intention. So why the names?

"This is America, they say it's free, you have the right to name your child whatever you want to name your child, no matter what," Heath Campbell said. In response, a Shop Rite spokeswoman it was the third time the family tried to get the cake made and they never refused them, but offered to make it without the name. The Campbells refused.

Heath Campbell has several swastika tattoos on his arms with the name Hitler written on his hand. Campbell also wears German Nazi boots. Heath says, "a person makes a person...a name doesn't."


If there was ever an news story that promoted "mandatory sterilization for anyone with tattoos" it's this one.

New center-left Danish government withdraws border control plans

Denmark's previous government was harshly criticized for a decision to re-introduce permanent border controls. Germany has welcomed the new center-left government's decision to keep its borders open.

Germany has welcomed a plan by Denmark's newly elected center-left government to reverse a decision to place permanent customs controls at the country's borders.

"This is a decision in favour of liberty for European citizens," German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said in Berlin.

Germany, along with the European Commission, had been among the harshest critics of the plan, which was introduced by Denmark's previous center-right government.

The German foreign minister's statement came in response to the announcement earlier in the day by Denmark's new Social Democrat prime minister.

"The former government's decision on borders is to be stopped," Helle Thorning-Schmidt said, shortly after unveiling her cabinet on Monday.

Controversial plan

The government of former Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen began implementing stricter border controls earlier this year at the behest of one of his coalition partners, the far-right, anti-immigration Danish People's Party.

Under the plan, about half of the 100 extra customs officers had already been deployed to Denmark's borders with Germany and Sweden. Permanent border control facilities were to have been back in place by 2014.

Critics of the move said it contravened the Schengen Agreement, which provides for the free movement of people and goods between some European countries.

A government of 'firsts'

Thorning-Schmidt, 44, who is Denmark's first woman prime minister, also announced the reversal of other conservative policies, including a strict point system that has made it more difficult for foreign spouses of Danish residents to move to the country. However, a controversial ban on spouses under the age of 24 from non-EU member states from joining their partners in Denmark remains in place.

New Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-SchmidtThorning-Schmidt's government promises big changes The Social Democrat prime minister said one of her government's top priorities would be strengthening the country's struggling economy, by introducing a 1.3-billion-euro ($1.8 billion) stimulus package.

The two highest-profile porfolios in her cabinet went to the leaders of the other two parties in her center-left coalition. The head of the Socialist People's Party, Villy Soevndal, is Denmark's new foreign ministry, while the leader of the Social Liberal Party, Margrethe Verstager, was handed the economics and interior portfolios.

Thorning-Schmidt's cabinet, which is made up of 14 men and nine women, includes Taxation Minister Möger Petersen, who at 26 is Denmark's youngest ever cabinet minister, as well as the country's first minister from a visible minority, Indian-born Manu Sareen.


Manu Sareen will be the new minister of Church, Equality and Nordic Co-operation.

Most people in Denmark voted left because they were unhappy about the financial policies of the previous right-wing cabinet in the wake of the crisis. They're gonna get a lot of bonus disappointments with this one.

Interzone / Nigerians reassured over 'killer phone number' fears
« on: September 16, 2011, 09:54:07 AM »
Nigeria's authorities have been forced to reassure the public that a mobile phone number cannot kill, after rumours were spread by text messages.

Viral text messages had warned that several people had died when they answered calls with the ID 09141.

The regulatory body, the Nigerian Communications Commission, said this was "unimaginable" and "unscrupulous persons" were spreading fear.

A BBC reporter was unable to get through to the number.
'Gullible people'

The text messages gave conflicting accounts of the number of people killed when they answered the call - some put the death toll at seven while others put it at 10.

"Technically, it is not possible for such a thing to happen. It is therefore unimaginable that somebody will die while receiving a call," commission spokesman Reuben Muoka said.

"It is only very gullible people that will believe such a rumour."

Other messages that have caused panic in the past include claims that acid rain from seasonal dust storms can burn people alive, the AP news agency reports.

Poor education and superstitious beliefs lead some Nigerians to take the messages seriously, correspondents say.


These are the same people who scam dumb westerners with poorly written emails btw. Nigeria must be a paradise for trolls.

Not many news reports about this because the west turns a blind eye when poor countries are acting like "evil racists" but that just makes it all the more interesting.

WILLEMSTAD--During a Central Committee meeting this Wednesday, Curaçao's Parliament is to discuss the "initiative draft national ordinance to promote a just chance for employment of local workers," also known as the 80/20 regulation.

The proposal will be discussed despite fierce criticism from the Advisory Council that it contravenes the equality principle.

The discussion in the Central Committee is scheduled for 10:00am. The purpose of the 80/20 regulation is to legislate that at least 80 per cent of the employees within any company must be of local origin.

The proposal met with considerable criticism from persons and institutions that believe it is discriminating. They point to the conclusion of the Advisory Council that the quota goes against the equality principle, is insufficiently substantiated, requires further research and may possibly even be redundant.

The Advisory Council further stated that the initiative proposal could not be justified, because it "constitutes an inadmissible infringement on the equality principle. It is also further against international treaties and the Constitution of Country Curaçao."

This strong criticism was no reason for the PS faction in Parliament as the initiator to withdraw the proposal. After the advice was announced, PS leader Helmin Wiels said that his party would move on as planned.

"We will simply continue. It is only an advice, nothing more. It isn't mentioned anywhere that we have to act upon it. Take, for example, the Netherlands, where the government also disregarded advice from the Council of State," Wiels had said at the time.

However, the entire discussion on the 80/20 regulation is not new. In 2008, the then-Curaçao Government together with the employees' and employers' organisations apparently had reached agreement on the need to introduce a quota for local employees. The "Labour Force Development Policy and Structural Proposal" presented in that year departs from the introduction of a regulation mandating that at least 70 per cent of all employees within a company should be of local origin.

The proposal of PS goes beyond that.

According to former Commissioner of Finance Mike Willem (PAR), the discussion on an 80/20 quota is inappropriate. He argues instead for a thorough economic plan and an investment in the preparation of sufficient qualified personnel on the island.

"Without sufficient educated personnel, the 80/20 regulation will end up in a 0/0 regulation," said Willem.


The new law was accepted yesterday:

Parliament Curaçao accepts controversial law

WILLEMSTAD - Het parliament of Curaçao has accepted a law which forces employers to have at least 80% employees of Curaçaoan decent.

The law is considered controversial, opposition party PAR calls it discrimination.

Coalition party Pueblo Soberano who introduced the bill says the new law will protect the rights of the Curaçaoan employee against illegal laborers who accept underpaid jobs and poor working conditions.

The leader of Pueblo Soberano, Helmin Wiels, states that many countries in the Caribbean region already have laws that protect their own population on the labor market. He says it's strange Curaçao didn't have a law like this yet.


Seems like a very sane law to me. If only the west was adult enough to introduce similar laws but instead we do it the other way around and force companies to hire certain quotas of minorities which makes no sense at all considering the "supply and demand" nature of the commercial market.

Also I guess sometimes companies do need someone to hold their hand or else they run into traffic with their eyes closed screaming "EQUAL RIGHTS FOR EVERYONE MEANS EQUAL LOW PAY FOR EVERYONE! WUHHAHA I'M GONNA BE RICH AT THE EXPENSE OF SOCIETY!"

Interzone / Female vocalists
« on: August 28, 2011, 05:27:39 AM »
Can anyone recommend me any good female vocalists? Any genre is fine. I'm looking for clear singers but if you want to mention a female grunter or screamer that's fine too.

Interzone / Riots in London after criminal is killed by police
« on: August 07, 2011, 10:12:53 AM »
Riot blaze: North London in flames as police cars, bus and shops burn over police shooting of 'gangster'

    Twenty-six police officers hurt in clashes, with eight treated in hospital
    Scotland Yard still dealing with 'isolated pockets of crime' this morning
    Tottenham MP David Lammy appeals for calm and warns that there may be fatalities
    Mob of 500 people protest about death of father-of-four Mark Duggan who was shot by officers
    Fears that violence was fanned by Twitter as picture of burning police car was re-tweeted more than 100 times
    One eyewitness reports that trouble was ignited by police hitting a 16-year-old girl with batons
    Shop looted and youths storm McDonald's and start cooking their own food
    Mail on Sunday photographers beaten and mugged by masked thugs

Mr Duggan was shot by officers from the Metropolitan Police’s CO19 unit on Thursday evening after the minicab he was travelling in was stopped. There was an apparent ‘exchange’ of fire and a bullet was found lodged in a police radio. Mr Duggan died at the scene and an officer was injured, but left hospital after treatment.

The violence last night started soon after a crowd of about 120 had begun to gather at the High Road, near Tottenham Hotspur’s football ground, from about 5.30pm. One resident, Laurence Bailey, told the Guardian that the violence started after a 16-year-old girl 'threw something, maybe a stone, at the original riot police line'. He added that this was met with a furious response, with around 15 riot officers pounding her with shields.

This description of events was corroborated by another local who spoke to BBC News. He said that the girl was 'set upon' by police and that the crowd surged forward in anger.


Resident David Akinsanya, 46, who was on the scene, said: ‘It’s really bad. There are two police cars on fire. I’m feeling unsafe. It looks like it’s going to get very tasty. I saw a guy getting attacked.’  A local woman, who declined to give her name, said: ‘There’s a theory going on that the man who was shot had dropped his gun, but they still shot him. I’m hearing that most of the shops in the High Road are being burgled and robbed.’

Several fire crews could only stand ready nearby as they were barred from the High Road where buildings and the bus were ablaze. One fireman complained to The Mail on Sunday that earlier, three engines had been dispatched to the scene without being warned they were entering a riot zone. He said: ‘We were sent to a road accident but it was the police cars on fire. ‘We were then ordered to leave them burning and to drive off, probably for our own safety.

‘I cannot believe what we have just driven through. As we pulled out of the station, there was a car on fire on the High Road and there were people in the middle of the road – it was very scary. We didn’t give them a chance to try to stop us. I am still shaking.’

Meanwhile, two Mail on Sunday photographers were viciously beaten and robbed by masked youths armed with crowbars and other makeshift weapons and reporters on the scene were threatened by looters in balaclavas. The photographers said there was ‘total lawlessness’ in the area with the contents of shops strewn across the streets and the police unable to gain access. One said: ‘It is utter carnage out there. We have been beaten up quite badly and had about £8,000 of equipment stolen. We were quite discreet but as soon as we got a camera out we were set on by youths with masks who were armed with crowbars.’

In a separate incident, a Mail on Sunday reporter was chased down a side street and struck on the back of the head with a rock.

In a parallel with the 1985 riot, residents claimed the roots of last night’s violence lay in allegations of police harassment. John Blake, who grew up with Mr Duggan on the Broadwater estate, claimed the dead man had been victimised by police in recent weeks. He said: ‘I know the police were harassing him. The police were following him. If you’re from Broadwater Farm, police are on you every day, you’re not allowed to come off the estate. If you come off the estate they follow you.’

A family friend of Mr Duggan, who gave her name only as Nikki, 53, said the man’s friends and relatives had organised the protest because ‘something has to be done’ and the marchers wanted ‘justice for the family’. Some of those involved lay in the road to make their point, she said. ‘They’re making their presence known because people are not happy,’ she added. ‘This guy was not violent. Yes, he was involved in things but he was not an aggressive person. He had never hurt anyone.’ [Umbrage note: because we all know criminals don't hurt people, right?]

As the rioting escalated, trouble-makers on Twitter seemed keen to orchestrate the violence, bringing scores more people into the area. One user calling himself ‘English Frank’ urged attacks on the police, saying: ‘Everyone up and roll to Tottenham f*** the 50 [police]. I hope 1 dead tonight.’ And in a clear incitement to looting, ‘Sonny Twag’ tweeted: ‘Want to roll Tottenham to loot. I do want a free TV. Who wudn’t.’

‘Mrs Lulu’ tweeted: ‘Brehs [men] asking who’s down to roll [go] Tottenham right now, to get justice. – RIP Mark x.’


Like a buddy mentioned: in some cultures when a victim of a crime dies the community will have a silent march. In other cultures when a criminal dies because he resisted arrest the community will have a riot.


Tottenham is a multicultural hotspot with many different ethnic groups inhabiting the area. It is often referred to as a black area because it contains one of the largest and most significant populations of African-Caribbean people. These were among the earliest immigrant groups to settle in the area, starting the UK's Windrush era soon after West African communities - notably the many Ghanaians - begun to migrate into the area. Between 1980 and the present day there has been a slow immigration of Colombians, Albanian, Kurdish, Turkish-Cypriot, Turkish, Somalis, Irish, and Portuguese populations.[citation needed] South Tottenham is reported to be the most ethnically-diverse area in Europe, with up to 300 languages being spoken by its residents.[9]

Tottenham has the highest unemployment rate in London and the 8th highest in the United Kingdom. It therefore has some of the highest poverty rates within the country.[10] There have also been major tensions between the African-Caribbean community and the police since (and before) the 1985 Broadwater Farm riot which stemmed from major issues of racism and police brutality.[11]

Although Tottenham is a cultural center, it has also been one of the main hotspots for gangs and gun crime in the United Kingdom during the past three decades. This followed the rise of gangs and drug wars throughout the area, notably those involving the Tottenham Mandem gang and various gangs from Hackney and all of the areas surrounding Tottenham, and the emergence of an organised crime ring known as the Turkish Mafia was said to have controlled more than 90% of the UK's heroin market.[12][13]


Metal / A Black Metal Year In Norway DVD official trailer
« on: June 30, 2011, 12:37:36 AM »
Upcoming black metal film/documentary. Interviews with Nocturno Culto (Darkthrone), Blasphemer (ex-Mayhem), Archaon (1349), Urgehal and more.


Interzone / Krokodil, better than jenkem (slowly we rot)
« on: June 24, 2011, 01:19:48 AM »
Did you hear about this new Russian drug called krokodil? It's a cheaper homemade alternative to heroin. There's just one catch: it rots the flesh off your body!

And so eventually the users get this:
(Mirror) http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xajhtm_tianeptine-drug-users_news

and this:

and the soundtrack of course:

more (early stage of decomposition)

Start selling this in your local getto! You could turn the place into Dawn of the Dead 3D! Beats huffing jenkem all day!

How to make it (poor translation, used google translate)

Desomorphine very simple to prepare, all the necessary components can be purchased at any local pharmacy and so the same hardware store or market.
To make it, we need:
Any pills containing "Codeine."
Dry alkali (MR MUSCLE).
Gasoline is best for lighter refined.
2 plastic bottles of 1.5 liter and a 0.5-liter.
Crystalline iodine (available from the usual pharmacy).
Red phosphorus (if not then it does not matter, it is very easy to be washed away with Cherkashev on matchbooks).
30% hydrochloric acid or electrolyte.
Syringes for cooking and for use of the prepared solution.
Furyk from "Naphazoline."
To start pulling away with alkali and gasoline pills kodein.Esli no crystalline iodine, extract it from the pharmacy with hydrogen peroxide or white and plain acetic kisloty.Zatem with 96% alcohol wash off On match with red Cherkashev fosfor.Potom thoroughly mixed codeine phosphate and dried, fur throws in a bit then add to dry yod.I cook the whole thing in a helical system is not only 40 minutes and 15 on the strength of 20.YA heard somewhere that after 15 minutes of cooking death metal loses its narcotic properties, and I happen to totally soglasen.V the end of the alkali finished product with pepla.I here is ready for use desomorphine.
But there are so-well and cons:
Preparation takes about 1.5 to 2-hours (in a careful and sterile approach to everything), and traction for 3-4 hours if properly prigotovit.Pravda all very pleased with the arrival, a gentle and soft.
And the main drawback of it is that it is dirty and the drug is not recommended to use IM as well, as the smallest blowing out under the skin can result in unpleasant (in all respects) abstsessom.Poetomu average time a dense, dezomorfinovoy system is 2 on the strength of 3 years. And once the body is completely dirty, the person starts to rot. So if you're sitting on plotnyachkom dezomorfinivoy system, and do not want or can not sprygnut.To I congratulate you, you are alive rotting piece of meat.


Krokodil, better than jenkem! Slowly we rot!


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