Friday, February 7, 2014

Horrifying new date rape drug cocktail leaves permanent damage

This news has been circulating back home and around the school where I'm attending pre-seminary classes. The implications are truly horrifying. My hope is that news of this will spread far and wide so we can put a stop this this horrible violation.

On Saturday, January, 7, 2009, a woman at a Boston night club was kidnapped by 5 men, who according to hospital and police reports, gang raped her before dumping her. Unable to remember the events of the evening, tests later confirmed the repeated rape along with traces of Rohypnol in her blood, with Progesterex, which is essentially a small sterilization pill. This drug is now being used by rapists at parties to rape and sterilize their victims. Progesterex is available to vets to sterilize large animals.
Rumor has it that Progesterex is being used together with Rohypnol, the date rape drug.

As with Rohypnol, all they have to do is drop it into the girls drink. The girl can't remember a thing the next morning, of all that had taken place the night before. Progesterex, which dissolves in drinks just as easily, is such that the victim doesn't conceive from the rape and the rapist needn't worry about having a paternity test identifying him months later.

The drugs effects are not temporary- They are permanent! Progesterex was designed to sterilize horses. Any female who takes it will never be able to conceive. Rapists can get this drug from anyone who is in vet school at any university. It's that easy, and Progesterex is about to break out big everywhere. Believe it or not, there are even sites on the Internet selling it and telling people how to use it.

Attacks involving Progesterex have been reported in 48 of the 50 US states, with only Hawaii and Utah having so far been untouched by Progesterex. As of March 4, 2009, there have been 5,320 women in the US alone known to have been permanently sterilized as part of a sexual assault.

9 comments:

Matthew said...

Dude, check out snopes before you post this garbage.

Crash Gordon said...

Check Snopes for the details on this horrifying travesty.

Anonymous said...

God, that's horrible.

Alexander Cornswalled said...

Snopes is a politically biased site that's more interested in pushing an agenda and generating ad revenue than in researching its content. They also blindly parrot the Obama camp talking points on his birth controversy, Detroit's denials of covert high-mileage technology and other well known, yet according to Snopes, false information.

Don't trust them.

Anonymous said...

Oh. My. God.

The whole point of Snopes is to dispell the bull shit YOU are spreading.

You're quite the paranoid fool.

dave said...

This is nothing to worry about because those women are stuck inside due to the gang initiation threat anyway. Granted, Snopes said that was a B.S. hoax as well.

So the fact that Google, Ask, and Yahoo searches for "progesterex" turn up several sites stating that it is a hoax means nothing either? The top results all claim that this is not only a hoax, but a ten year old hoax.

Besides, everyone knows that the Illuminati are going to use food shortages to eliminate the global population They have no need for mass sterilization, but you won't find that on Snopes either.

LOL! said...

Snopes is a politically biased site (it doesn't agree with my politics of choice) that's more interested in pushing an agenda (they must if they don't agree with me)and generating ad revenue (much like I do with my Google based Blogger)than in researching its content.Hello, Pot! It's me, Kettle! They also blindly parrot (like I do with the bible)the Obama camp talking points on his birth controversy,(I don't like Obama because he looks too Muslim-y for my taste. Americans are white, dammit!) Detroit's denials of covert high-mileage technology (everything that I don't understand is a controversy) and other well known, yet according to Snopes, false information.(Snopes just makes people think. As a religious fundie, I encourage everyone to ignore concrete evidence in favor of my fairy tale book, the bible)


Fixed for ya, Cornswalled!

greenskin said...

Alexander, the fact that you don't research an obvious chain email like this proves that you have no aversion to posting completely unfounded bullshit.

Regardless of what Snopes says, have you found any supporting evidence of this rumor other than an email whose origin is unknown?

Way to invalidate your blog.

Anonymous said...

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