FIGHT POST from previous fightbiden posts DANIEL received the following comments….But
Really folks I haven’t fought Biden yet…But I BELIEVE we both should be drug tested before the fight. After all don’t all sports do that? MORE IMPORTANT:…. Could WWII been prevented if Hitler was drug tested? That’s right if Hitler was put in a boxing ring fight and drug tested World War II could have been prevented! Does America need another druggie Biden running the USA. Sadly, Joe’s son is a crack druggie… So what the hell is Joe doing in his basement? Working out, doing drugs, or just reading “The Masque of the Red Death” (originally published as “The Mask of the Red Death: A Fantasy”) by American writer Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1842. The story follows Prince Prospero’s attempts to avoid a dangerous plague, known as the Red Death, by hiding in his abbey…or was it a basement?
Consider what was said about Hitler in “A Methamphetamine Dictatorship? Hitler, Nazi Germany, and Drug Abuse” June 23, 2016 by Greg Eghigian, PhD
Theodor Morell.4 Redlich’s analysis painted a picture of Hitler in power as a man with a laundry list of maladies, some more severe than others.
Before the outbreak of war in 1939, Hitler’s complaints included insomnia, eczema, and GI discomfort. His health is known to have declined considerably, starting in 1941. Redlich cited a host of ailments, including tinnitus, severe headaches, dizziness, impaired vision, abdominal spasms, impairments in motility and, during the final year of the war, jaundice, laryngitis, runny nose, more bouts of GI spasms, tremor of his hands, and conspicuous difficulties in locomotion (evidence of Parkinson disease).In 1945, his GI symptoms and tremors worsened, eventually leaving him unable to move around completely on his own. In treating these symptoms over the years, Morell prescribed for Hitler a cocktail of medications that included opiates (morphine, oxycodone), barbiturates, cocaine, amphetamines, and bromides. In the end, Redlich drew a conclusion that has been repeated frequently ever since: that “Hitler abused amphetamines, particularly between 1939 and 1943, (and) was temporarily impaired by such abuse.”