CIA Attacked French Civilians with LSD 520

For all those nutters who cry “Conspiracy theory” whenever it is stated that the CIA have ever done anything wrong, here is a story from that impeccably conservative source, the Daily Telegraph:

A 50-year mystery over the ‘cursed bread’ of Pont-Saint-Esprit, which left residents suffering hallucinations, has been solved after a writer discovered the US had spiked the bread with LSD as part of an experiment.

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  • Suhayl Saadi

    Oh, the last sentence was typed in a dyslexic manner. This is because I do not live in an ivory tower set on the moral high-ground but rather like Chekhov I live in a house in the Wildian gutter where other things happen constantly that demand my attention. Here is the proof-read, copy-edited version of the last sentence, to prove that I am still gazing at the stars.

    This is a far more significant act than gaining admission to MIT or Harvard.

  • Anonymous


  • Apostate

    You infantile bunch of dingbats.

    To think this country has you morons coming up as our next political class or the constellation of bird-brain Respect/Green/peace activists who will constitute the resistance to said class.

    You’re a waste of space.

    Mind control is another unit on the course you just failed miserably.

    Why the shills bother monitoring this site is hard to fathom.The soft left twats who think they’ve got some monopoly on human suffering,satire,truth and polemical skills(LOL)get up my nose far more than the shills.

    Larry and angri are just impossible to take seriously.You off-topic adolescents remind me of students I take great pleasure in denying bare pass marks when they finish their stultifyingly boring predominantly plagiarized apologies for theses.

    arsalan is lost up his own arsehole,hence the name.

    suhayl thinks he’s humorous-LOL!

    MJ-the name tells us all we need to know re-the guy’s capacity for original writing-it’s non-existent.

    Soft leftie blogs like this one seem to be choc-full of embarrassingly irritating small-minded adolescents who can’t bring themselves to put puberty behind them.

    The preposterous idea that they’ve got some God-given right to pigeon hole or psychoanalyze adult visitors to the site is borne of gauche deficiency in social skills and delusions of adequacy.

    Listen you dingbats you are on a different planet to most grown-ups.

    Come back Larry,angri,and that guy with crabs-all is forgiven.I take it all back.You guys have got more right to be here-if only for sheer entertainment value-than these ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDERED know-nothing graduates of the School of Grade Inflation!

  • Suhayl Saadi

    May I suggest some bromide, Professor Apostate. Btw, exactly like the larries, you never answered my very simple question. You may use either Vancouver or Harvard referencing if you prefer, but a straightforward ‘yes’ or ‘no’ would suffice. Do you remember my very simple question, professor?

    You suggest a definition of ‘adult visitor’. This, and some other phrases, make the blog sound like a pornographic site. I knew you were into S ‘n’ M.

  • Suhayl Saadi

    “bare pass marks”; “up his own arse”; “up my nose”; “grade inflation”; “gives me great pleasure” – steady yourself, professor. An obsession with tumescence, puberty, orifices and nakedness. It is not ethical to engage in such activities with your students. God has given us a right to psychoanalyse you, professor. Freudian, Jungian, Adlerian, Laingian, In-betweenian. Whatever you prefer, professor.

  • Freeborn


    “A hit,a palpable hit.”

    The grade-inflated ones will never have heard of Osric.In fact,they probably won’t have heard of Hamlet-they probably think it’s a cigar!

    I’m thinking of doing a PhD.Will you be my supervisor? I’ve already done a lot of research on MPD and I reckon this would be my focus.

    It would be encouraging to think the grade-inflated garbage to which you refer would be scurrying around as we speak trying to find out what MPD stands for.

    Sadly given their research-averse condition-not to mention the ADD-it’s not going to happen.

    I’ve often wondered why the overseas students here rarely post links other visitors can access.

    I believe it’s because,as well as lacking confidence,they also fear that their links would betray their lack of expertise in the topic.The links would also bring into sharp relief their lack of education.

    My guess is that arsehole,suhayl and MJ are using this site to try and improve their English.Just as the shills have nested here to hone their disinfo skills.

  • juniper

    Dem forin studens mite be trine improve dare English-but it sure ain’t working!

    Dat suhayl guy is jussabout da mose unfunny dude i dun come ‘cross.He trine imtate dem smart-arse Monty Python guyz or wot?

    You reckon he bin on sum kina CIA mine program like Larry dun? Hell if anyone got dat MPD issa Larry anna dissa suhayl guy!

  • Suhayl Saadi

    Freeborn et al, you are dominatrix. I love your monologue! It’s a like a giant tongue. Perhaps your PhD could be on the subject of S ‘n’ M, or VHS, or PPE, or PPD, or OEL, or WEL. Don’t forget to use Old Mother Hubbard referencing. Whit d’ye mean, English! Dinnae insult me, noo!

  • Anonymous


  • MJ

    “I’ve already done a lot of research on MPD”

    That is self-evident. The idiosyncratic punctuation mannerisms are the give-away, together with the fact that your personas always show up at the same time. I’m not complaining, really I’m not. It’s quite entertaining really. But it might be a bit more interesting if sometimes you disagreed with yourself. You know, build complexity and texture and get a real debate going. Just a thought.

  • Suhayl Saadi

    Professor Prostate, Lieutenant Tongue, Comrade Stalin, Jennifer Juniper and Work-Makes-Freeborn, you are a singular acid trip.

    But you display deficiencies in literary style and a very basic weakness in the construction of your characters. Apart from the cod-Deep Southern Jennifer, they have no distinguishing features; it is not enough for Work-Makes-Free to be a student and apostate to be a professor. These deficiencies might be remedied by creating back-stories for each of the characters and by joining a local writers’ group. There should be one in your local public library.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    If you can poach a wild salmon from somewhere, you can use it to make poached salmon.

    Add parsley stalks and Oregano, crushed(not ground) peppercorns and a few thin slices of Oranges and Lemon(Both with skin) to a pan of cold water, add your salmon bring the pan slowly to a fast simmer and immediately turn off the heat, leave the salmon in the liquor until totally cold.

    Side Dish

    Cut up some oyster Mushrooms(Chinese shops sell them) along the length of the gills in to strips.

    Dice a small amount of onions in to very small pieces. place in a pan of clarified butter with pepper.

    when the butter begins to simmer add the Mushrooms. cry until brown.

  • Arsalan

    Dalek will that salmon recipe be PER-MIT-TED?

    Suhayl Saadi

    you know what you mentioned about the tea and biscuits, isn’t that what Pakistani police do all the time?

    They knock on peoples doors or stop cars asking for Tea and biscuits?

    But maybe that is the poem?

    When they ask for tea and biscuits they are actually asking for a small bribe, i.e money to buy tea and biscuits.

    So maybe they were saying, give us some change, and we wont notice you walking in and out of your house.

    But instead she actually gave them tea and biscuits but remained in her house?

  • Suhayl Saadi

    Thanks, Arsalan, that looks like a scrumptious recipe! Much appreciated. Don’t forget to e-mail me via my website with an address so I can send you that book.

    Biscoot, chai? Ah, but these were the SECRET police. They wear occult shalvar-kamises and grow hermeneutic moustaches. They are very secret, you know…

    I like this Capitalised dalek; perhaps it is the one who melded with a human and acquired compassion – and a penchant for salmon. A fish a day keeps the dalek away.

    Now let us await an absolute monster-of-a-lecture from the Professor.


  • Arsalan

    Seriously Suhayl it isn’t me this time. I thought it was you, and I mean seriously now.

    If it isn’t me, and it isn’t you who do you think it is?

  • Suhayl Saadi

    Or even better, Billy Piper!

    Actually David T went to the same school as me – though he was years younger and we didn’t ‘overlap’ though he did ‘overlap’ with my brother. David McDonald is his real name and he’s the son of one of the ex-Moderators of the Church of Scotland. Imagine being the lunch-monitor for Dr Who when he was knee-high to a grasshopper!

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