Disguised Chemical Warfare Present in U.S.

As U.S. and Coalition forces continue their assault on Saddam Hussein’s regime, signs of chemical weapons have appeared, including Iraqi soldiers’ possession of gas masks during combat. A scare two days ago had several members of the coalition had symptoms similar to a chemical attack such as vomiting and fatigue, though thankfully it turned out to be heat exhaustion. Traces of chemical agents found in barrels and rockets were also suspected to be signs of possible warfare agents, though no solid proof was found that chemical weapons were being used.
Militant and terrorist forces have waged a different kind of chemical warfare on the United States for decades. It has recently been promoted and is no longer a secret that the heroin trade into the United States is a primary source of funding for terrorist groups coming from the Middle East. This toxic substance has very similar effects to that of a sarin or mustard gas, causing impaired senses, extreme sickness and death. In fact, withdrawal from heroin addiction is one of the most severe of any drug, leading many to overdose and other deaths in fear of the pain, sleeplessness, vomiting and diarrhea caused by the drug’s sudden absence in the body.
Unfortunately, heroin use is the highest it’s ever been in the U.S., topping the 1970’s when it was a popular drug. There are more than 600,000 approximate heroin users in the nation, with an increasing percentage of young people becoming first-time users. Overall, there are 2.9 million people in the United States that have used heroin, surging the treatment admissions for the toxic substance steadily through the 90’s.
Overdose on the drug is like a chemical weapon attack in that the individual cannot breathe, feels nauseated and vomits. The latest information from the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse shows that there were over 70,000 emergency room visits due to heroin use and that deaths from heroin were more than those from automobile accidents. Though the symptoms from withdrawal and overdose are horrible, most heroin users end up using again after going through such pain and misery, much to the bewilderment of their friends and family.
What these people don’t realize, and what American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard discovered, is that all toxins leave residues that are stored in the fatty tissue of the body. For heroin and other physically addictive substances, these residues cause intense drug cravings when released back into the bloodstream and are often too strong to overcome without effective rehabilitation. Hubbard’s research in the field of drug rehabilitation culminated with the development of a sauna detoxification program. This unique program allows the individual to release the old residues that cause physical drug cravings and eventual relapse and rid them from the body, thus overcoming a huge step in permanently getting off drugs.
The Hubbard detoxification program is written in the book Clear Body, Clear Mind and is also a part of the Narconon® drug rehabilitation and education program. This program achieves an extremely high success rate for permanent recovery from addiction.

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