Mephedrone, Khat: The Somali Pirate Drugs Fueling ANTIFA, BLM’s Street Rampage From Hell
The use of mind altering substances and linkages to radical leftist guerrilla revolutionaries across the world would hardly garner a banner headline. Indeed, the history of clandestine drug trade as both street fuel for unhinged leftist rage and a money source for the funding of insurrection are ubiquitous to neo-Marxist movements immemorial. And ANTIFA and BLM in 2020 are proving no exception.
A chemical cousin to amphetamines, Monkey Dust is just one of over 150 designer “copy-Khat” drugs with barely tweaked chemical structures that eliminate the ability to sense pain while causing hallucinations and severe paranoia.
While libertine attitudes toward drug use can be found across the political spectrum, the recorded prevalence of stimulant abuse by far leftist ideologues and street agitators can hardly be ignored, And whether methamphetamine, amphetamine or modern designer drugs like the growing list of synthetic cathinone variants, the historically and medically founded catalog of stimulant-induced narcissism, grandiosity, aggressiveness and paranoia spur an obvious question:
Which came first, the proclivity for psychopathic mob violence, homicidal rage and a desire to destroy the world, or the addiction to speed?