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Monday, 3 January 2011

Islam: the Bad Trip of the Masses


- From the Infidelio blog

If religion is The Opium of People, what kind of drug would Islam be?

Bad trip:

"At times, users have a frightening, unpleasant or disturbing experience when using LSD – this is known as a ‘bad trip’. This may involve hallucinations which can be emotionally upsetting to extremely uncomfortable physical sensations."

Former Inmate: "Guantanamo Jews Used Witchcraft on Prisoners, Made Me Feel a Cat Was Trying to Penetrate Me"

Excerpts from transcript:

Walid Muhammad Hajj: "There were, of course, Jews among the [staff of] the Guantanamo base, and they would set traps for the guys."
Interviewer: "Give me an example of witchcraft."
Walid Muhammad Hajj: "Witchcraft was used on most of the guys."
Interviewer: "They would cast a spell on them?"
Walid Muhammad Hajj: "Yes, but by the grace of Allah, through frequent reading of the Koran and invocation of the names of Allah, they managed to withstand this."
Interviewer: "Did they ever use witchcraft on you?"
Walid Muhammad Hajj: "There was one attempt."
Interviewer: "How did they do it?"
Walid Muhammad Hajj: "Once, when I was sleeping – on the floor, not on a bed – I suddenly felt that a cat was trying to penetrate me. It tried to penetrate me again and again. I recited the kursi verse again and again until the cat left."
Interviewer: "But there wasn't really any cat there?"
Walid Muhammad Hajj: "Absolutely not." [...]


"Increased use commonly results in compounding paranoia, psychosis and extreme mood swings. This in turn can lead to violence and violent offending such as serious assault and even homicide, especially when the intense craving for the drug often leads to repeated use for days on end, without sleep or food.
Eventually the constant "high" cannot be sustained and the user starts to come down in a steep crash. This overwrought state, often referred to as "tweaking", is when the user is in their most violent and unpredictable state."

1 comment:

  1. Hmmm... maybe Cat Stevens, I mean, muhammud allahfubar arsefooker or whatever name he goes by these days - will feel inspired to write a new song about the Wizard Jews of Gitmo and their Phantom Cats!