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Fri Jun 4, 2021, 09:54 AM

3. Thanks However...

It's used in criminal circles.... but would EVEN tRump's group stoop to this low of a behavior?


A man hands his entire life savings over to a complete stranger and offers him the keys to his condo to take the furniture too. All the while he’s smiling and chatting as though everything is fine. This is what happens when you’re the victim of the world’s scariest drug.

Derived from the Borrachero tree, which grows freely in part of South America, Scopolamine – better known on the street as ‘The Devil’s Breath’ or ‘Burundanga’ – has the ability to rob people of their own free will. It makes people openly susceptible to suggestions by complete strangers – unable to think “Wait a minute. This doesn’t seem right.”


According to one drug dealer in Bogota, Colombia, named Demencia Black, once the seed of the flower has been synthetically processed, the drug has a similar weight, density and look to that of cocaine. However, one gram of The Devil’s Breath is enough to kill up to 10 or 15 people. And, Black ensures that in order for the drug’s effects to take place, it does not even have to be ingested – simply inhaled from the air – making it incredibly dangerous. Black explains that by simply tossing the powder into the air towards another individual, they will inhale enough of the drug to be rendered powerless under its effects.

“With just that flash,” he says, “the person is totally drugged. You wait a minute and when you see it kick in, then you know that you own that person. You can guide them wherever you want, they’re like a child.”

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