Horseman of the Apocalypse: Fentanyl

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Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid that’s similar to morphine but is 50 to 100 times more potent. Similar to other neuro-toxins we have been covering in our Drugged and Zombified America topic, fentanyl blocks the pain receptors in the brain and increases the production of dopamine, the body’s happiness-inducing chemical. This makes the drug highly addictive.

In a medical setting, it’s most often prescribed to patients who are dealing with extreme pain, often from severe cancer and its treatments, or massive physical trauma. In theory, it should be a last resort to alleviate the suffering of a painful death. Yet, fentanyl is highly overused by medical quackery. It’s the 218th most-prescribed drug in the U.S., which equates to more than 2 million prescriptions annually.

As a neurotoxin, it exposes patients to side effects that include but are not limited to:

  • Allergic reactions
  • Anxiety
  • Restlessness
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Fever
  • Sweating
  • Muscle spasms and twitching
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Visual and auditory hallucinations
  • Blue lips, fingernails or skin

Because if its relative cheapness and a stronger high compared to heroin, a nasty and evil breed of drug dealers have made it a popular heroin kicker. This is exposing more users to the effects of synthetic fentanyl without their knowledge and getting them addicted to a drug they don’t even know they’re taking.

Image result for people whacked out on fentanyl on the streets of san francisco

Even recreational cocaine users need to be on dire alert about their sources, as it is being spiked in with this drug as well. It’s even being spiked in the hyper-stimulant meth. For the Luciferian predators, it’s the magick formula to get customers severely addicted. Others use it because their tolerance to heroin no longer gets them high.

Because they are unaware of the hidden fentanyl in their drugs, attempts at sobriety — especially among heroin addicts — can become extremely dangerous. A detox from something as powerful as fentanyl is life threatening and requires strict supervision.

Secondly, it’s very easy to fatally overdose on this drug, especially if one is unaware of its use as a mix or filler. A lethal dose of fentanyl is only 3 milligrams, a tenth of a lethal dose of heroin. Florida is now charging dealers who spike using fentanyl with attempted murder and murder.

Increasingly, there are reports of people ending up hospitalized or dead from unknowingly smoking fentanyl-laced synthetic marijuana.

Consequently, overdose deaths are going parabolic. There were only about 1,600 fentanyl overdose-related deaths in 2011 and 2012. In 2017, 29,406 died of synthetic opioid overdose. Altogether that year, 72,000 Americans died from drug overdose, the CDC reports, a 10% increase over 2016.

Incredibly the criminals behind this killing have a new analog called carfentanil. It is 10,000 times as potent as morphine and used to tranquilize elephants. The CDC found that deaths associated with carfentanil jumped 94% from 421 to 815 in the 10 states studied during the 12-month period.

At this stage of the game and the way this is playing out, even if you are a lower-dose cocaine or heroin user, you might consider yourself marked to be exterminated. Social Darwinism time is at hand to get clean before you come across your demise.

The drug is now an equal opportunity killer. While the opioid crisis has traditionally been viewed as affecting primarily low-income white people, “a wider range of populations are now being affected, with the spread of the epidemic from rural to urban areas and considerable increases in opioid-related mortality observed in the black population,” the CDC reports. The black population in Washington, D.C. in particular are in the kill zone.

The majority of fentanyl flows from China and secondarily from Mexico. At the G-20 Summit in Buenos Aires in December we heard Beijing’s promise to cooperate with law enforcement in combating fentanyl, including listing all fentanyl-like drugs as controlled substances within China.

But The Washington Post (aka Washington HeapPost) recently published an article by reporter and China expert John Pomfret, explaining why the Chinese government has not stopped the fentanyl flow and is unlikely to do so despite its promise. The HeapPost story resembles a PR puff piece put out by Beijing.

Chinese authorities claim they can’t locate the illegal drug producers. This is highly improbable given that the CCP is creating a surveillance state far beyond what Orwell ever imagined. Deface a poster of President Xi and see how long it takes to be arrested and imprisoned or placed inside a mental hospital.

Meanwhile, the carnage is spreading throughout all parts of American society, because the drug is slipped into other recreational drugs — even those bought and sold in “good” neighborhoods. About half of the deaths attributed to fentanyl are young people of military age. As one former government official notes, this is the equivalent of removing two or three divisions of Army or Marines off the rolls every year.

This could very well be fourth-generation warfare of the type perped by the West going back to China’s opium wars.[ Precursor To The Global Crime Syndicate: The 19th-Century Opium Trade] This warfare takes the form of a direct attack on the enemy’s culture, including genocidal acts against civilians. In China’s case, just letting it happen would be a payback. It could be conducted surreptitiously with non-state actors, such as drug cartels. This is a real terror threat, not the fake misdirection type espoused by the Lugenpresse.

According to the Council for Foreign Relations (CFR), the nature of smuggling has shifted away from large cartels, as the bulk carried is quite small. An increasing amount of the fentanyl coming via Mexico, for example, is camouflaged as oxycodone and other prescription pills, since the sellers do not want the users to know they are selling the deadliest drug on the market.

Sinaloa Cartel and the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) are still an element behind the surge in fentanyl. But a deeper look reveals a wide variety of American, Chinese, Dominican, Indian and Mexican groups supplying the U.S. market. Some  conduct almost all of their business online in the deep web from within the United States. 

In a recent drug bust on the southern border, enough fentanyl was apprehended to kill 100 million people. That was just one bust. Fentanyl is lethal enough that it can kill from rubbing your eyes or nose after picking it up in a public space or bathroom, off of a wash basin, a door handle, table or chair, etc.

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Iowa police officer hospitalized after being exposed to fentanyl during a traffic stop.

Winter Watch Takeaway

Winning at the Game of 2021 Social Darwinism and 4th Generation Warfare

There are more hidden and not-so-hidden traps than ever. Winter Watch’s theme now and going forward will be promoting the go-dry, broad-scope, #teetotaling lifestyle concerning all substances, including most (p)harmaceuticals. Even marijuana and alcohol leaves one’s brain clouded into the next day. I don’t always practice it, but sobriety combined with brain enhancing vitamins and foods actually feels pretty good when you try it for awhile. No need to judge others on this one, if they wish to play the odds on 2021 Social Darwinism. But in my view, it’s time to consider that the party is over, folks.

18 Comments on Horseman of the Apocalypse: Fentanyl

  1. The linked BBC video is age restricted so you have to view it on YT — I saw it a couple of years ago; it’s worth watching — I wasn’t too shocked because I’d been following the opioid crisis; I’d seen other media about it, I’d seen the stats — so I was more sad than shocked.

    What has gotten more societal attention and energy: BLM or opioid deaths? — not just the deaths from opioid overdose, but the background of it.

    I was growing up/going thru school and starting work at the time, so while I heard/knew about the de-industrialization of large swathes of America, I lived on the west coast and worked in high tech so it wasn’t something that affected me personally — I hardly ever visited ‘flyover country’, although I was born/lived there as a child.

    But starting in the 90’s, e.g. Ross Perot and his ‘giant sucking sound’ rhetoric, I started to pay more attention to it — I felt angry about how uncaring the Establishment was re the economic devastation and human hardship, all inflicted by a bunch of bought-and-paid-for dilettante politicians (‘public servants’) and free trade ideologues who didn’t give a damn about the real world consequences.

    I never liked Obama; I saw him as a stuffed shirt phony — but I really began to despise him when I saw a clip of him talking to a room full of paunchy middle aged white men wearing dirty baseball caps, guys who were about to lose their jobs in yet another plant closing — Obama was pitching ‘green energy’ to them, as if they were all going to seamlessly transition to high-paying ‘green energy’ jobs — just fucking absurd, and emblematic of how out of touch shitheads like Obama are — as if people are infinitely fungible (A Nation of Widgets: The Wall Street Journal and Open Borders) — of course none of those ‘green energy’ jobs ever materialized — and who knows how many of those guys went on to become an opioid statistic.

    I now understand why, after the French Revolution, they brought out the guillotine.

    • The guillotine and the gallows are very underrated. And long, long overdue.
      Active volcanoes and alligator pits are appealing as well. But that’s just me.

  2. I went sober a year ago due to Covid. Alcohol has a bad effect on the lungs and general immunity. Never felt better and not going back to drinking anything. What brain enhancing vitamins are you talking about?

    • B complex, C and D and fresh air. I also consume red apple vinegar for blood sugar control which in turn counters drowsiness. I take naps which was a habit of my dad who lived to 96, and my grandfather who also lived to 96. My dad rarely drank alcohol.

      • Just some ideas:

        Magnesium and selenium are often very useful support to mood, brain function and general well being.

        Fish oils are also useful in a wide variety of ways when we discuss brain health.

        Alpha Lipoic Acid and Sunflower based Lecithin can be very useful.

        A good enzyme after each meal, perhaps pre / probiotic in the morning (empty stomach) can be a nice way to begin the day (hold on coffee or tea for about an hour after taking or take before bed).

        With regard to the vinegar drink, it is a good idea once to twice a day. You might wish to consider the “mother” type apple cider vinegar (2 tsp to begin, working up to 1 tsp over time), baking soda (1/4 tsp. no more) and distilled water (8 oz to 16 oz, so one glass with the combination followed by another glass of distilled water). Do not eat or drink for 1 hours afterward. This combination can also help sour stomach and even migraines.

        My go to when I am leaning more orthomolecular (I cycle both nutrients and nutrition in a few different patters and adjust seasonally) is high dose Vitamin C and high dose Niacin (one could substitute niacinimide if they do not like the flush – since I like the sensation, I just use niacin).

        The body does not need a lot of calcium and the amount of calcium required recedes with age. By far, magnesium is more important.

        If you take Vitamin D, please consider adding Vitamin K or simple purchasing a supplement with vitamins D, K1 and K2. Vitamin K is important in Vitamin D absorption.

        In a warm month (depending on where you live) maybe consider adding Milk Thistle (could be a capsule or some tea or drops) for the duration while trying to get out and break a bit of a sweat. This will help with liver detoxification and support (although the Sunflower Lecithin is key to liver support / repair).

        Fasting for a day a week, a day every two weeks and / or whatever you are comfortable with is a great way to really clear out and strengthen the body.

        There is a lot we could get into, but then this post would be really / really long. These are just (humble) ideas of things I do, but not advice of any kind. I do hope the information is helpful.

  3. and who’s ultimately been proven to be behind the opioid crisis ?

    interesting how they used similar techniques to genocide about 100 million Chinese via the Sassoon family… who just happen to be from the same tribe.

    funny how these pesky jews keep popping up killing massive numbers of people throughout history.

    And here we are with the jew-flu / flu d’état pushing a covid kill shot on us.

    And all the while they are disarming or trying to disarm nations like Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and now the United States.

    No problem to see here folks

  4. “Other “acceptable ingredients in beer” are a little more damaging to your system than gelatin, such as:

    1. GMO corn, rice, and sugars

    2. Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)

    3. Propylene Glycol

    4. Calcium Disodium EDTA

    5. Natural Flavors (which we know aren’t so natural after all)

    6. High Fructose Corn Syrup

    7. Caramel Coloring, insect-based dyes, and artificial food dyes like: FD&C Blue 1, FD&C Red 40, FD&C Yellow 5

    8. glyceryl monostearate and pepsin (used for foam control and head retention)

    9. Carrageenan

    And depending on what time of container your beer comes in, you might also be getting BPA leaching into your beer.

    Now, I’m not saying all beers contain all of these ingredients, but the tricky part is that they don’t have to tell you on the label. Seems a bit sneaky to me.”



    I was not going to comment today, so I am here, but not here (just passing through). Hopefully those links (above) are helpful.

    This was good:

    “There are more hidden and not-so-hidden traps than ever. Winter Watch’s theme now and going forward will be promoting the go-dry, broad-scope, #teetotaling lifestyle concerning all substances, including most (p)harmaceuticals. Even marijuana and alcohol leaves one’s brain clouded into the next day. I don’t always practice it, but sobriety combined with brain enhancing vitamins and foods actually feels pretty good when you try it for awhile. No need to judge others on this one, if they wish to play the odds on 2021 Social Darwinism. But in my view, it’s time to consider that the party is over, folks.”

    “…clouded into the next day…” Actually my friend, it can take 3 to 5 days on alcohol and up to a month on marijuana, depending on the level / method of consumption.

    Now maybe (and I am not being “snarky” here at all, just rushing to type) we should also talk water, refined sugar, as well as coffee. I mean if all of us really want to “get on the good foot”, then we might wish to explore the big picture.

    Basically, there is a push to harm or kill us tied to so many angles of consumption (anyone own a “stay pressed” shirt?), that one’s best bet is to grow their own and produce their own, or befriend farmers and produce their own to the extent that they can.


    An aside:

    Ironically both beer and mead (historically) were utilized to heal very specific ailments (especially flower based beer and upset stomach – it was used as a digestive – and mead helped cure specific infections); however, unless you are going to make it yourself, then that is not what you will get from the local shop on the corner. Even if you are going to make it yourself, you would want to control every single aspect of the process carefully to get the best results.

    • >“Other “acceptable ingredients in beer”

      Uhh, unless you’re slamming back a dozen six packs a day, re what’s in beer I don’t think there’s too much to worry about — and if by chance you are downing a dozen six packs a day, you have a slightly more urgent problem to deal with.


      Holy shit.

      • The quotation you are citing is about what is permitted to be placed in a product without being specified on the label. My reason for putting it there is because I do believe the patron has a right to transparency in their purchase, no matter how much or how little they consume.

        If you are going to own it, then you have a right to understand what you are paying for. To purchase blindly is in line with the ignorance you seem so fed up with, therefore I would normally assume you might agree.

        I wish you continued luck and good in your life as well. So thanks for that.

      • Dry red wines can have a health benefit and if one does not drink, then a little reservatol supplement can help with blood sugar, sans any wine.

  5. I applaud the winter watch takeaway totally. I really admire Russ for taking such a stance. It’s certainly not the popular point of view of today’s “do as thou wilt” culture. The fact is that none of these mind altering substances, including alcohol and marijuana, does anyone any good. I know marijuana assuages the effects of the dubious poisons marketed as cancer treatments, but said treatments are essentially medical Pyrrhic victories, if they even succeed, which they often do not. I admit that 20 years ago I was completely wrong about this topic, and on the other side of the fence regarding teetotalism. Russ also really hit an important point in stating that judging others for their drug or alcohol usage is unnecessary. It’s actually destructive in a way, because it drives fence sitters towards the other camp. I experienced this effect as a culturally marxised youth in the 1990’s when observing the “straightedge” types. Do I agree with those straightedgers now? Sure, but I will only judge people for their usage of mind altering substances mentally, as a personal red flag for myself; a kind of mental note as to who to stay away from. It’s also an indicator that they’re suffering on some level, my sentiments. But speak out about it? Not unless they ask for my opinion. It’s essentially every man for himself at this point, and if one is set in their ways then I’ll just pray that they wake from their slumber. After all, there, but for the Grace of God, go I. As with the pajama people, my experience is that it is nigh impossible to shake such a person awake. Often casting in your face judgement on such a person will simply drive them further to the other side.

    • link

      Accidental drug overdose is currently the leading cause of death in the United States for those under 50. Drug overdose deaths now exceed those attributable to firearms, car accidents, homicides, or HIV/AIDS. More Americans died from a drug overdose in 2017 alone than died in the entire Vietnam War.


      In the United States, drug overdoses resulted in 702,568 deaths during 1999–2017, with 399,230 (56.8%) involving opioids.

      It’s 2021 — total opioid overdose deaths no doubt now significantly exceed half a million.

      Interesting — it’s interesting that you think a good ‘take’ from an article about the tragedy of opioid abuse (addiction misery, overdose deaths) is … to become a teetotaler — while you’d have to be extraordinarily intellectually dishonest (I’m not) to deny the element of personal responsibility in this, given the nature and scope might it not be a good idea to look into the reasons this societal problem exists? — you know, so maybe something can be done about it, as well as about the parasitical political class responsible for these conditions?

      For some reason right now I’m thinking of white guys who in 2021 are still mumbling ‘muh Constitution’ as their country is overrun and politically conquered by openly resentful racial aliens (abetted by some Whites of course) who then teach white kids about their “privilege” (which does not seem to include inheriting their own country).

      Interacting with people online, I’m left in no doubt whatsoever why western society is in such a dire predicament, and why its prospects are so grim.

      • Eah-I already know why the societal problem exists. Color me blackpilled, but I think it is incredibly naive to expect something to be done about the parasite politicians, or the Sackler family, or any other guilty party. Sorry but expecting the bought and paid for corrupt system to self correct is unrealistic at this point. You want something to be done? Protect you and yours. If everyone did that, this problem wouldn’t be so large in scope. Detract from teetotalism all you like, alcohol is still responsible for more deaths than opioids by far. Personal responsibility is the biggest factor in answering the problem. I reckon Teetotalers will not experience significant opioid deaths, or deaths related to any other mind altering substances. If you like to drink and pad the wallets of people like the Bronfmans, that’s your prerogative. But could it be that the answer to your “something” that “needs to be done” is abstaining from such products completely? The bad guys hate when people use their heads and vote with their wallets.

        “An analysis of U.S. death certificate data by researchers at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), part of the National Institutes of Health, found that nearly 1 million people died from alcohol-related causes between 1999 and 2017.”

  6. I rarely comment here – but thank you for your work Russ. I link to it in places when appropriate.

    It’s time for people to get on or get off the bus to hell, as the brakes are gone and it has topped a very large hill. This is but one aspect of it. The vaccines that do not provide immunity from the disease they are supposed to protect you from are yet another.

    I am not young, but one of the things that has been useful is my years ago destruction of my TV – which was on 9/11 after I saw building 2 go down and listened to what the news magpies were squawking. I literally shot my TV in anger.

    I left the city, set up a farm and hope I get to see how this collapse unfolds – but who knows what the outcome will be when there are so many sheep eager to be sheared.

  7. Just a little note:
    The second image is from a short animated video, masterpiece and well worth the watch,
    the images shown hit the nail on the head.

    “IN-SHADOW – A Modern Odyssey – Animated Short Film”

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