I previously wrote [elsewhere]: "your illustrious government is doing
nothing about it [the meth lab problem of the NYC Metro area] except
to cover it up to protect real estate values, landlords, mortgage
companies, hotel companies, the rest of the travel industry including
airlines, and the whole American economy for that matter."
Well, it just so happens that it works out that the government is also
supporting the pharmaceutical industry with the massive cover-up of
illegal meth labs.
People are having symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic
coughing, reflex sympathetic syndrome, fibromyalgia, COPD especially
asthma, Guillane-Barre Syndrome, GERD (acid reflux), oral lesions,
migraine headaches, rosacea, etc. not knowing that all of these
"ailments" are actually reactions to drug lab toxins/fumes, and, so,
these clueless and hapless ones go running to doctors for relief from
their symptoms… and what does the doctor do? Why, he prescribes
pharmaceuticals to mask the symptoms while never making a proper
diagnosis… or at least making a suggestion of exposure to toxins. The
pharmaceutical companies are making a fortune from all of this, if not
from prescription drugs, but for things as mundane as over-the-counter
ibuprofen for pain relief (and let me tell you: exposure to drug lab
toxins brings on pain, pain, pain beyond your wildest imagination!)
and not so mundane, meaning oxycodone/oxycontin.
I noted in a posting [elsewhere] that my friend was passing blood down
his rooming house toilet. Well, when I was in residence at the fifth
drug-lab-infested building (of ELEVEN, if you can believe this), I,
too, passed a significant amount of blood down my own toilet, and,
then, one day, I passed so much blood into the toilet that most
medical professionals would have passed out if they had witnessed
I bet most people in my shoes would have gone running to a doctor
expressing profound fears of colon cancer, and let me tell you, I have
heard of many unscrupulous doctors who will remove a perfectly good
colon just to make a buck… about one hundred thousand bucks to be more
Meth lab chemists need ephedrine or pseudoephedrine as ingredients for
their dirty work, and the restrictions placed upon these substances in
several states is a load of hooey. The passage of such restrictions
only raises the profit-making potential of unscrupulous outlaws. The
state of Oregon, for example, crows that they have reduced the
exceptionally high number of drug lab busts to a negligible level due
to the implementation of such restrictions, BUT I DON'T BELIEVE THIS
FOR ONE MINUTE. The beat still goes on, and the companies that produce
ephedrine and pseudoephedrine must be making out like bandits (as are
the suppliers of all the other materials that go into meth making.)
Supposedly, a lot of pseudoephedrine is smuggled out of Canada to the
AS THE SAYING GOES: IT'S ALL ABOUT THE MONEY!
P.S. If you hang fly paper in your home, and, if after four years, it
has trapped nadda, zero, zilch flying insects, then I would say that
your home, like mine, has a problem. If the garbage room in your
building has much garbage piled up and much in the way of refuse
odors, but in four years, you have witnessed ABSOLUTELY NO insect,
arachnid, nor any other creepy crawler in your garbage room, then I'd
say that your building, like mine, has a problem.
END OF MAIN BODY OF POST, continue on below…
As an addendum to the posting above, I now present what was originally
a follow-up post:
In addition to the other maladies already noted above in the original
post, I should mention, for older men, prostate enlargement.
Many things can aggravate a minor case of prostate enlargement such as
nutritional and herbal supplements, a hormonal supplement like DHEA,
or even over-the-counter sleeping pills. And you know what else can do
it? Drug lab toxins can really aggravate an enlarged prostate
condition to critical levels, and so many men go rushing to doctors
for prescriptions for whatever pharmaceutical that's advertised on
T.V. for the condition.
The same is true of erectile dysfunction. There are things that
disrupt a man's testosterone production, illegal drugs and toxins
being on the list. When a man, these days, suffers from E.D., T.V.
commercials have him demanding Viagra and Cialis when all that he
needs is a toxin-free environment.
Meth in the air from a drug lab can cause heart and pulse rate
problems. People mistakenly go rushing to doctors for relief.
Toxins can disrupt stomach acid production, and sales of things like
Prevacid go through the roof! Symptoms of colitis, diarrhea, and
irritable bowel syndrome are maladies that may likewise go
This list can go on and on.
These days, if you think that you are misdiagnosed, the first thing
you should start to suspect as a cause is DRUG LAB TOXINS!
And remember: it's all about the money!
END OF FIRST ADDENDUM; continue on below…
And as yet another addendum to the above posts, here is another follow-
Abnormal eye irritation can be the result of exposure to drug lab
fumes and/or dusts, and so this sends sales of such things as Visine
through the roof.
Pfizer must be making a bundle off Preparation H sales for burning
I kid you not. The final exit for meth lab toxins from a body is very
susceptible to irritation from those toxins. Why, I can tell you from
personal experience that it can be an episode of intense torture that
will have you tearing your hair out!
If you don't believe that there is a governmental cover-up of
methamphetamine and drug labs, then let me tell you: VIRTUALLY
everything on these topics has been sanitized from the broadcast and
print news (at least in the NYC Metro area). Things have been
sanitized from governmental websites, e.g. the website of the Drug
Enforcement Agency had an attestation from a meth user about how meth
made that person "totally amoral," but this account went "poof, gone,"
and the website of the Pennsylvania State Police once reported that
Eastern Pennsylvania was absolutely infested with drug labs, but this,
too went "poof, gone."
There was a webpage report by a secondary newspaper in Oregon that an
arrested meth lab chemist crowed that he did his thing in motel rooms,
he stated, "the way I did it, there was no smell." This report,
likewise, went "poof, gone."
Has the government ever issued any alerts or educational materials on
how to recognize a meth lab in your proximity? NONE THAT I KNOW OF!
To repeat: THE GOVERNMENT WILL HAVE YOU BELIEVE THAT METH LABS ARE
RESTRICTED TO ISOLATED RURAL AREAS WHERE THEIR STENCH WILL PRETTY MUCH
GO UNNOTICED. Nothing can be farther from the truth. I cannot stress
it enough. Today's meth labs are pretty much odorless. Oh, there may
be some occasional, elusive whiffs like that of the proverbial cat box
smell, or of iodine, or of lye or lime, or (most frequently)
insecticide, or an occasional whiff of some unidentified petro-
chemical smell and maybe even of ether, but, for the most part, things
will be odorless. Why, in contaminated building number three (of
eleven that I was in), daily for ONE MONTH straight, if I went within
three feet of a drain opening, I'd feel what was like two knitting
needles shooting up my nose's nostrils, but there was no smell from
this. And in that same building, I smelled what I believed to be
phosphine gas (rotting sauerkraut/garlic, and poisonous) coming up the
drain opening, but only once was this the case.
N.B. It was noted in the media on more than one occasion that it is
not what you can smell that will kill you, but what you can't smell.
The "Oprah" show covered meth and clandestine labs a number of years
ago, but "Oprah" has been off the air for a long time, and it seems
that the more current TV talk show fare has ruled these subjects "OFF
To repeat: It's all about the money.
BTW, does Pfizer (Preparation H) make money off the production and
sales of pseudoephedrine? How about McNEIL-PPC, Inc. (Visine)? Does
P.S. If you are in an apartment, you may want to pay attention to
fumes that may be arising from you drain opening. Private home owners,
similarly, should be put on alert, for fumes can back up into a home
from the sewer line in the street. Clandestine drug/meth labs are now
in all sorts of neighborhood, as is their toxic waste dumping.