Antichrist Type: PHARMAKEIA: One Reason Why The Nazis Were So Satanic Is Because Adolf Hitler Ordered The Entire German Military To Consume Crystal Meth Daily

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Nazi bosses loved it. The SS loved it. Students loved it. Anyone working the night shift in this booming, rearming economy loved it. But nobody loved it like soldiers: “War was seen as a task that needed to be worked through,” Ohler writes. Pervitin “helped the tank units not to worry too much about what they were doing in this foreign country, and instead let them get on with their job — even if the job meant killing.”

by Geoffrey Grider April 19, 2019

Ever wondered what a powerful country in the midst of a meth epidemic might look like under fascist leadership?  Turns out there’s precedent, Pervitin, and it’s not pretty.

The Greek word in the King James Bible used for sorcery in the book of Revelation is also the same word that we get our term for prescription drugs from, pharmakeia. According to Strong’s Greek Lexicon, the word pharmakeia can be translated as 1). the use or the administering of drugs, 2). poisoning, 3). sorcery, magical arts, often found in connection with idolatry and fostered by it, and 4). metaphor. the deceptions and seductions of idolatry. So is it any wonder that the world’s most evil army to date used a drug like crystal meth to get them in the proper frame of mind to seek, and kill and destroy?

“And the rest of the men which were not killed by these plagues yet repented not of the works of their hands, that they should not worship devils, and idols of gold, and silver, and brass, and stone, and of wood: which neither can see, nor hear, nor walk: Neither repented they of their murders, nor of their sorceries, nor of their fornication, nor of their thefts.” Revelation 9:20,21 (KJV)

Adolf Hitler was a perfect type of the coming Antichrist in at least 7 particulars as you can see below, and in order for him to rise to the occasion to fulfill his destiny, mind-altering substances were absolutely needed. Prescription drugs are some of the most deadly substances you can put into your body, and Pervitin. otherwise known as crystal meth, led the list as a prescription drug made in a pharmaceutical laboratory under the strictest of conditions. Now that you know some of what fueled the Nazis, their satanically-inspired murderous antics like the Holocaust make a lot more sense now.

Nazis were actual meth heads and history makes so much more sense

FROM MASHABLE: According to an eye-opening book published in the U.S. this month, meth addiction quite literally gave us history’s greatest industrial menace: the Nazi war machine. It even got the teetotal Hitler in its grip during World War II.

The book by German historian and journalist Norman Ohler is called Blitzed, and it’s as breezy and darkly humorous as its title. But don’t be fooled by the gallows humor of chapter names like “Sieg High” and “High Hitler”: This is a serious and original work of scholarship that dropped jaws around Europe when it was published there last year.

Ohler has dug into the global Nazi records as never before (turns out a lot of them were taken back to an archive in Washington, D.C., after the war). What he’s come back with is the little-known biography of an over-the-counter drug called Pervitin — “National Socialism in pill form,” as Ohler calls it. (Except that it was marketed to German housewives in chocolate form, that’s pretty accurate.)

Ohler estimates that 100 million little white Pervitin pills were chugged by Germans just in the pre-wartime period. Meanwhile, a whopping 35 million doses were ordered up by the Wermacht and Luftwaffe to fuel the coming war.

And what was Pervitin? You might know it better as the star of Breaking Bad, though its purity and potency would drive Walter White to tears: Methamphetamine.

Suddenly, if you’ve ever witnessed the devastation wreaked by this drug — the overly aggressive, ego-boosting, hyper-paranoid, tragically soulless and ultimately self-defeating lives of meth heads — World War II makes so much more sense.

7 Ways That Adolf Hitler Was A Perfect Type Of The Coming Biblical Antichrist

In our day we have many talented and influential public speakers in the world of politics, but nothing even remotely approaching the verbal napalm of Adolf Hitler. Everything about him was dark and filled with foreboding. Millions of German households actually erected shrines that featured a photograph of what they thought of as their dictator’s divine countenance. They said prayers in his behalf — even directed prayers to him — throughout the day.

Hitler said he came to liberate the German people, but actually, he nearly destroyed them all. And that’s just what the Antichrist will do to all the people who follow him.

Germany had long been world leaders in drugged living through chemistry. Earlier in the century, one scientist at Merck managed to invent both aspirin and heroin in the same two-week period. Before the Nazis came to power, the Weimar Republic had been hooked on the purest morphine and cocaine, plentiful and cheap as liquor.

The Nazis, no surprise, were giant hypocrites when it came to drugs. They declared that the bodies of all good Germans belonged to the state and must be clean; they executed and imprisoned addicts and dealers. (Many, like the morphine junkie Herman Goring, were addicts regardless).

But then a company called Temmler started looking for a drug that might make German athletes better than Benzedrine — a low-level amphetamine — made American athletes at the Berlin Olympics in 1936. (Thanks, America.) On what we should now remember as the most ominous Halloween ever, 1937, Temmler patented its new superdrug.

The rest is horrifying history. Temmler modeled its massive ad campaign for Pervitin on one for Coca-Cola. They sent 3 milligrams of meth to every doctor in Berlin; many became hooked even before they recommended it to their patients for a variety of ailments. (Each Pervitin chocolate, for comparison, had 14 milligrams in.)

Nazi bosses loved it. The SS loved it. Students loved it. Anyone working the night shift in this booming, rearming economy loved it. But nobody loved it like soldiers: “War was seen as a task that needed to be worked through,” Ohler writes. Pervitin “helped the tank units not to worry too much about what they were doing in this foreign country, and instead let them get on with their job — even if the job meant killing.”

The invasion of Poland in 1939 was conducted by soldiers on meth who didn’t need sleep, and the partitioning of Poland with Russia was negotiated by officers on meth who felt supremely confident about everything.

That’s when the war machine realized it was onto something.

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