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I really hope you understand this.

It is not a fantasy. It isn’t science fiction. It isn’t satire.

It is Brave New World, but not the Huxley novel. It’s happening now.

It’s a published study that appears on the website of the prestigious Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.

The title of the study is, “Oxytocin-enforced norm compliance reduces xenophobic outgroup rejection.” (Reference: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 Aug 29;114(35):9314-9319.)

Xenophobia is defined as: “fear or hatred of foreigners, people from different cultures, or strangers.” (Dictionary.com)

Oxytocin, the chemical used in this study, is described by Medical News Today: “Widely referred to as the love hormone, oxytocin has also been dubbed the hug hormone, cuddle chemical, moral molecule, and the bliss hormone due to its effects on behavior, including its role in love and in female reproductive biological functions in reproduction.”

“Oxytocin is a hormone that is made in the brain, in the hypothalamus. It is transported to, and secreted by, the pituitary gland, which is located at the base of the brain.”

The published study details a successful attempt at chemical mind control. The goal is making people more “happy and friendly” about mass migration, by changing their hormonal response toward migrants.

Nothing in the study cites inherent migration problems, such as increased violent crime, back-breaking financial pressure on government budgets, and the eroding of local cultures. It’s all about shifting feeling and reaction toward waves of immigrants.

https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2018/...-migrants/
Interesting...
This is from 2011:

Carsten de Dreu: Does the 'love hormone' foster racism?

Carsten de Dreu, 44, a professor of psychology at the University of Amsterdam, describes himself as a social psychologist with an interest in evolutionary theory. He is president of the European Association of Social Psychology and has published more than 100 scholarly articles on conflict resolution in organisations, group decision-making and creativity and innovation.

More recently, he has been exploring the role of the "love" hormone oxytocin in group dynamics and inter-group competition. His latest experiments, the results of which have been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, indicate a potentially more negative side.
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We took groups of three and they had to play an economic game, competing with another group. They had money that they could a) keep for their personal benefit; b) invest in their in-group to their mutual benefit; or c) use to hurt the out-group. People given oxytocin increased their contributions to the in-group but there was no difference to their treatment of the out-group. The effect of oxytocin was limited to benefiting the in-group members.
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We asked whether oxytocin works on a more basic level, in influencing our views on people in the in-group and out-group. In one test, we got men of Dutch origin to judge people with typical Dutch, Arab and German names; in the Netherlands, a lot of immigrants and Germans are perceived as out-groups. We know that people tend to judge people from their in-group more positively than people from out-groups. In all five experiments, when we gave people oxytocin compared to a placebo, we found that people became much more positive about their in-group. In four experiments, the oxytocin had no effect on their evaluation of the out-group. In one, the people who had taken oxytocin became more negative about the out‑group also.

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2...one-racism
That's an interesting rabbit hole you've found.

The study was funded by the German Science Foundation, who are a little shady it seems, based on their ties to some wealthy Jewish philanthropists named Sackler, who appear to be in bed w/ the pharma industry in turn.

Informative discussion here:
https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t122828...b833ae0206
So, drugs make people lovey dovey with strangers.
Anyone who's been to a rave and done E could fucking tell you that.
Trippynana
(03-15-2018, 12:53 AM)The Comedian :D Wrote: [ -> ]So, drugs make people lovey dovey with strangers.
Anyone who's been to a rave and done E could fucking tell you that.
Trippynana

Not so fast...
They are scientists after all.

Can MDMA Make You Racist?

You don’t have a lot of time for rational thought after dropping a pill. Three Mitsis in and you’re almost entirely preoccupied with finding out what people’s scarves feel like, or trying to focus on literally anything through your rapidly flickering eyes. So you’d have thought that amid all the euphoria and heart palpitations there surely wouldn't be space to get hung up on the ethnicity of the people around you.

It turns out, however, that the brain's biochemistry during a blissed-out club night may not be too dissimilar from its status at a KKK rally. This is thanks to a hormone called oxytocin, which has been described by many as "the love hormone" or the "cuddle drug." The hormone has been linked to developing trust between mother and child during breast feeding, and between partners after intercourse. Its release is also triggered by MDMA, and that loved-up feeling you get after swallowing a pill has been attributed to the effects the hormone has on the brain.

However, research by professor Carsten de Dreu at the University of Amsterdam showed in 2011 that oxytocin had a slightly more sinister side. His experiments revealed that what many thought of as the "moral molecule" actually contributed to what scientists euphemistically refer to as "ethnocentrism," or what the layman would call racism.

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/av4kg...you-racist
(03-15-2018, 12:53 AM)The Comedian :D Wrote: [ -> ]So, drugs make people lovey dovey with strangers.
Anyone who's been to a rave and done E could fucking tell you that.
Trippynana

Shoot, a $2 bottle of Boones Farm does that same thing to me. It's why I drink at home.

Just say no to drugs.
(03-15-2018, 01:00 AM)Lucy Barnable Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-15-2018, 12:53 AM)The Comedian :D Wrote: [ -> ]So, drugs make people lovey dovey with strangers.
Anyone who's been to a rave and done E could fucking tell you that.
Trippynana

Not so fast...
They are scientists after all.

Can MDMA Make You Racist?
...
https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/av4kg...you-racist

Does VICE do anything w/o a raciss angle?  

They even cite a Dane being racist towards a German, which sounds like Nationalism, not racism to me.

There's a study to back up every angle!
Well it does explain our current immigration crisis.
The problem with the plan is the drugs killing off the native population.
They will be forced to live with only the new and improved.
They literally drugged the people to death as they were silenced.

That is how the west dies....No one say a thing about the guerrilla in the corner....Literally...Look at that open border.
Even Afghanistan uses walls to keep bad guys out.
(03-15-2018, 01:10 AM)Word Salad Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-15-2018, 01:00 AM)Lucy Barnable Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-15-2018, 12:53 AM)The Comedian :D Wrote: [ -> ]So, drugs make people lovey dovey with strangers.
Anyone who's been to a rave and done E could fucking tell you that.
Trippynana

Not so fast...
They are scientists after all.

Can MDMA Make You Racist?
...
https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/av4kg...you-racist

Does VICE do anything w/o a raciss angle?  

They even cite a Dane being racist towards a German, which sounds like Nationalism, not racism to me.

There's a study to back up every angle!

I don't think they do.

Nevertheless the studies are contradictory.
The scary part is: could they force medicate those who they deem racist?
And we know that they call just about everything racist nowadays and list keeps expanding
Don't want to be woken up by Islamic wailing at 5 am... there an experimental pill for that.
Smok'em if Ya gott'em .
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