[ibogaine] IT IS http://www.ethnogarden.com EOM

Søren Løvfelt isl46726 at image.dk
Tue Feb 18 12:07:02 EST 2003


Thanks Brett..
I have ordered HCL to be on da safe side.I had heard what you just
wrote.Thanks for the info.:o)

Soren
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brett Calabrese" <bcalabrese at yahoo.com>
To: <ibogaine at mindvox.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 5:51 PM
Subject: Re: [ibogaine] IT IS http://www.ethnogarden.com EOM


> Soren,
>
> EthnoGARDEN (at ethnogarden.com) is in Canada, they
> sell their own flavor of ibogaine extract (pans out at
> about 30% alkaloids), iboga root (bark?) as well as
> ibogaine HCL.
>
> EthnoPLANET (at ethnoplanet.dk) sells what appears to
> be a low quality iboga root, there were negative
> reports posted about their product. IMO, not a good
> idea to try a detox with it even if they will ship it
> to you... If you did (try) it may require several
> ounces (or more) of the stuff.
>
> Brett
>
> --- Søren_Løvfelt <isl46726 at image.dk> wrote:
> > Its not ethnogarden
> > Its www.ethnoplanet.dk
> > Sorry
> >
> > Soren
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Brett Calabrese" <bcalabrese at yahoo.com>
> > To: <ibogaine at mindvox.com>
> > Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 4:54 PM
> > Subject: Re: [ibogaine] IT IS
> > http://www.ethnogarden.com EOM
> >
> >
> > >
> > > --- "A. Artze Associates" <aaasj at coqui.net> wrote:
> > > > http://ethnogarden.dk  does not work, anyone
> > else
> > > > have a place to go?
> > > >   ----- Original Message -----
> > > >   From: Søren Løvfelt
> > > >   To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > >   Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 4:36 AM
> > > >   Subject: Re: [ibogaine] how the right views
> > the
> > > > anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >   As to the best of my knowledge,Indra is not
> > open
> > > > anymore.
> > > >   However you can obtain exstract,and HCL at
> > > > http://ethnogarden.dk
> > > >
> > > >   I hope you can use this.:o)
> > > >
> > > >   Søren
> > > >     ----- Original Message -----
> > > >     From: A. Moore
> > > >     To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > >     Sent: Monday, February 17, 2003 11:40 PM
> > > >     Subject: Re: [ibogaine] how the right views
> > the
> > > > anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >     Sweetheart, what connotation does that
> > imply?
> > > >
> > > >       ----- Original Message -----
> > > >       From: Søren Løvfelt
> > > >       Sent: Monday, February 17, 2003 1:57 PM
> > > >       To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > >       Subject: Re: [ibogaine] how the right
> > views
> > > > the anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >       Sounds like a very good move.Ibo will be
> > much
> > > > better  for everybody.Okay some could get their
> > > > Methadone,but most people would benefit from Ibo
> > I`m
> > > > sure.
> > > >
> > > >       Soren
> > > >         ----- Original Message -----
> > > >         From: A. Artze Associates
> > > >         To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > >         Sent: Monday, February 17, 2003 10:35 PM
> > > >         Subject: Re: [ibogaine] how the right
> > views
> > > > the anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >         Have you ever read your history? The
> > lack of
> > > > might have had an ill effect upon you!
> > > >         No sweetheart, I don't do drugs, but I
> > am
> > > > most certainly attempting to get the local
> > > > government to drop their methadone program and
> > use
> > > > ibogaine.
> > > >           ----- Original Message -----
> > > >           From: Sandra K
> > > >           To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > >           Sent: Monday, February 17, 2003 5:16
> > PM
> > > >           Subject: Re: [ibogaine] how the right
> > > > views the anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >           Question, have you tried Ibogaine yet?
> > For
> > > > some reason, I think it may have a very profound
> > > > effect on you...
> > > >
> > > >           ----- Original Message -----
> > > >           From: "A. Artze Associates"
> > > >           Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 16:56:46 -0400
> > > >           To:
> > > >           Subject: Re: [ibogaine] how the right
> > > > views the anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >           Let's see, in WWII, the French lasted
> > > > about twenty minutes with the Germans, we came
> > in
> > > > and assisted them while half became the Vichy
> > > > government full of yellow stripped backed
> > bastards!
> > > > We lost over 150,000 of our men on French soil.
> > The
> > > > school where the signing of the surrender of the
> > > > Germans today does not even have a sign posting
> > the
> > > > historical value of that building.
> > > >           Between the Vichy French and the Neo
> > Nazi
> > > > Germans, who both sell to Saddam equipment to
> > make
> > > > WMD, had you gone simply along with the USA,
> > Saddam
> > > > would have capitulated! Now he is clamoring a
> > win
> > > > just as he did when the UN forces stopped short
> > of
> > > > 30 miles outside of Baghdad during the Gulf War.
> > > >           This is not a preemptive strike we are
> > > > about to give Iraq on or about March 1st, it
> > will be
> > > > a week of darkness and we own the night! It will
> > be
> > > > the continuation of the Gulf War, that the
> > bastard
> > > > Saddam had claimed success to! Then went over
> > ten
> > > > years of Saddam stroking the UN and went about
> > his
> > > > business building up WMD with the help of the
> > French
> > > > and the Germans!
> > > >           Should Iraq use the WMD to defend
> > himself,
> > > > then it will be a terrible way to find out that
> > we
> > > > were right, terrible because there will be lots
> > of
> > > > collateral damage as we will level Baghdad,
> > > > something that could have been avoided if the
> > yellow
> > > > bellied French would have had the balls to side
> > with
> > > > the USA!
> > > >           You don't seem to know your history!
> > At
> > > > the end of WWI, Germany conceded to disarm and
> > never
> > > > to arm themselves again. Hitler (a Saddam look
> > > > alike!) just went about his business arming to
> > the
> > > > teeth, and the League of Nations did nothing,
> > just
> > > > as the UN and NATO are doing today - wake up!
> > > >           We made a big mistake in being loyal
> > to
> > > > the French in Viet Nam, Ho Chen Min, loved
> > America
> > > > and for what it stood for. He tried to get close
> > to
> > > > us, but out of loyalty to the Damn French we did
> > > > not. He was not a Communist, but a Nationalist,
> > he
> > > > was drawn to Russia because he needed assistance
> > in
> > > > his fight to unite his country, we blew it
> > there!
> > > >           Sorry JT, but this is one war we need!
> > > > After 9/11, if the Muslims want peace (Islam in
> > > > Arabic) then they better earn it. The other
> > Middle
> > > > East Arab countries do not want us in Iraq, we
> > have
> > > > a nasty habit of installing Democracies, a form
> > of
> > > > government that threatens all of the
> > Dictatorships
> > > > there!
> > > >             ----- Original Message -----
> > > >             From: Joshua Tinnin
> > > >             To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > >             Sent: Monday, February 17, 2003 4:49
> > PM
> > > >             Subject: Re: [ibogaine] how the
> > right
> > > > views the anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >             > Saddam is a menace equal to the
> > > > combination of Hitler and Stalin and needs to be
> > > > taken out.
> > > >
> > > >             Hogwash. Pure bullshit.
> > > >
> > > >             Sorry, didn't mean to drag out a
> > > > political thread, but seriously, that's
> > unmitigated
> > > > government-sponsored propaganda you're spewing,
> > and
> > > > it's even more hyperbolic than they are about
> > it.
> > > > Britain, and later the US, carved up what was
> > left
> > > > of the Ottoman Empire into the puppet
> > nation-states
> > > > that exist today in the Middle East. Now, the US
> > is
> > > > considering doing it again, no matter that the
> > > > hegemony never ended, and that our efforts to
> > > > support "freedom" included bringing Saddam to
> > power,
> > > > helping to form Al Q'aeda and supporting the
> > > > fundamentalist Muslims against the Soviets,
> > which
> > > > later became the Taliban. Oh, and the fact that
> > we
> > > > also supported the Shah of Iran for a while,
> > until
> > > > it was no longer convenient. Meanwhile, our
> > > > government says that the democratically-elected
> > > > Chavez in Venezuela is illegitimate, and has
> > been
> > > > involved in attempted coups to overthrow him, as
> > > > well as instigating and engineering anti-Chavez
> > > > protests. He's not illegitim! ate in the least,
> > but
> > > > he does not kowtow to the US at all, which is
> > > > frustrating oil barons who want a piece of it.
> > But
> > > > Uribe in Colombia is a different story, and
> > we've
> > > > been more than happy to support his chainsaw
> > > > paramilitary to straighten things out, you know,
> > in
> > > > the name of freedom. Well, actually, it's
> > because
> > > > there is a pipeline there which is crucial to
> > the US
> > > > and to Colombia's military, which has been
> > attacked
> > > > by rebels repeatedly to hit the government and
> > > > foreign investors the hardest where it hurts
> > most,
> > > > in the pocket. The government takes care of
> > things
> > > > down there by hiring brutal mercenaries to
> > terrorize
> > > > the rebels and any civilians who are around them
> > or
> > > > who happen to be in the way, all with tacit US
> > > > acceptance, of course. And this is all just the
> > tip
> > > > of the iceberg.
> > > >
> > > >             You might want to read some of what
> > Mark
> > > > Twain wrote about the US' intervention in the
> > > > Phillipines, which was much more similar to the
> > > > current situation than it is to WWII and Hitler,
> > or
> > > > Stalin. We were nation-building there, too. But,
> > > > just to be clear, it's never a good idea to
> > trust
> > > > your leaders when they are waging pre-emptive
> > war in
> > > > the name of "freedom," because that's never the
> > real
> > > > reason. It's imperialistic. If you don't believe
> > me,
> > > > I can point you to Perle and Wolfowitz's vision
> > to
> > > > re-shape the ME, which is driving current
> > policy. We
> > > > might as well be Britain talking about Africa,
> > but
> > > > nobody seems to be thinking about the last
> > Empire,
> > > > amd how it badly bungled things (which helped
> > hasten
> > > > its demise). And most of this change of
> > perspective
> > > > from a Republic to an Empire stems from Woodrow
> > > > Wilson's foreign policy, one of an imperialistic
> > > > power, acting with the supposed benefit of the
> > > > world, but really acting purely out! of
> > > > self-interest (which is to be expected).
> > > >
> > > >             And, every Empire falls eventually,
> > even
> > > > the US. Dubya's just getting us to the end that
> > much
> > > > faster.
> > > >
> > > >             - jt
> > > >               ----- Original Message -----
> > > >               From: A. Artze Associates
> > > >               To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > >               Sent: Sunday, February 16, 2003
> > 2:07
> > > > PM
> > > >               Subject: Re: [ibogaine] how the
> > right
> > > > views the anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >               On or about March 1st, we will
> > attack
> > > > Iraq. It should not be referred to as
> > "preemptive"
> > > > strike but rather the continuation of the Gulf
> > War,
> > > > as they did not adhere to their promises when we
> > > > kicked their butts. This is deja vue, the
> > useless
> > > > League of Nations after WWI when Germany agreed
> > > > never to rearm. The League did nothing and WWII
> > came
> > > > about. Saddam is a menace equal to the
> > combination
> > > > of Hitler and Stalin and needs to be taken out.
> > If
> > > > the UN has not got the balls, then they are in
> > the
> > > > same league as the useless League of Nations.
> > The
> > > > Vichy French, and the Neo Nazi Germans be
> > damned!
> > > > They have short memories!
> > > >               Should Iraq use WMD against the
> > US, it
> > > > would be a terrible way to show the World we
> > were
> > > > right, terrible because we will wipe out Baghdad
> > > > from the face of this Earth!
> > > >               If the Muslims want a Jihad, by
> > God
> > > > that is what they will get. So that one day my
> > great
> > > > grand son will ask his father, daddy, what's a
> > > > Muslim?
> > > >               Now kindly take my name off this
> > > > useless chat line or whatever it is called!
> > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
> > > >
> > > >                 ----- Original Message -----
> > > >                 From: preston peet
> > > >                 To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > >                 Sent: Sunday, February 16, 2003
> > 4:36
> > > > PM
> > > >                 Subject: Re: [ibogaine] how the
> > > > right views the anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > http://www.drugwar.com/nyciraqprotest.shtm
> > > >
> > > >                 "The real patriots are standing
> > up
> > > > in the shadow of the United Nations today
> > > >                 and saying Give Peace a Chance"
> > Rev.
> > > > Al Sharpton, speaking at the NYC Peace
> > > >                 Demonstration, February 15, 2003
> > > >                 "Martin Luther King once said
> > that
> > > > if mankind doesn't put an end to war, war
> > > >                 will put an end to Mankind."
> > Harry
> > > > Bellefonte, speaking at the NYC Peace
> > > >                 Demonstration, February 15, 2003
> > > >                 New York Joins the World on the
> > Road
> > > > Towards Peace-
> > > >                 Defying Court Order, Hundreds of
> > > > Thousands March in NYC, Joining With
> > > >                 Millions World-Wide Who Today
> > Said
> > > > "No War!"
> > > >                 by Preston Peet
> > > >                 for DrugWar.com
> > > >                 February 15, 2003
> > > >                 (image)
> > > >                 Adam and Jeremy want Bush to
> > pursue
> > > > Peace
> > > >                 If the city officials of New
> > York
> > > > really were trying to stop people from
> > > >                 marching against war on Iraq by
> > > > refusing to issue a permit, and thought
> > > >                 having U.S. District Judge
> > Barbara
> > > > S. ! Jones rule against allowing a march
> > > >                 permit to be issued would stop
> > > > marchers, they failed miserably. With figures
> > > >                 ranging from a 100,000
> > guesstimate
> > > > from an NYPD spokesperson, to attendee
> > > >                 estimates of around 750,000,
> > people
> > > > young and old, of myriad nationalities,
> > > >                 races and creeds, filled the
> > streets
> > > > of mid-town Manhattan today with a
> > > >                 veritable carnival of civil
> > > > disobedience for peace. Ignoring the
> > > >                 court-ordered ban on marching,
> > > > protestors exercised their Constitutional
> > > >                 right to public protest,
> > marching,
> > > > telling Bush and the world in firm, loud
> > > >                 voices that not all US citizens
> > are
> > > > blindly buying into any proposed
> > > >                 pre-emptive strike and a
> > subsequent
> > > > war against Iraq, and will not be cowed
> > > >                 into silence.
> > > >                 snip-
> > > >                 Read Article and See Photos at
> > above
> > > > URL
> > > >
> > > >                 ----- Original Message -----
> > > >                 From: Vector Vector
> > > >                 To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> > > >                 Sent: Saturday, February 15,
> > 2003
> > > > 10:50 PM
> > > >                 Subject: [ibogaine] ! how the
> > right
> > > > views the anti-war movement.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >                 this is so sick. but read it.
> > the
> > > > other side speaks.
> > > >
> > > >                 .:vector:.
> > > >
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 > Volume 1
> > Thursday,
> > > > February 13, 2003              By
> > > >                 > David
> > > >                 > Horowitz
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 This is the first issue of The
> > War
> > > > Room in its
> > > >                 > new
> > > >                 > non-partisan format, now
> > published
> > > > under the auspices of
> > > >                 > www.frontpagemag.com. The War
> > Room
> > > > is a tactical guide for
> > > >                 > conservatives
> > > >                 > and centrists in framing
> > issues
> > > > that divide our nation and affect its
> > > >                 > future. We are now engaged in
> > a
> > > > war that may last a generation,
> > > >                 > against
> > > >                 > international foes whose main
> > > > weapon is terror and whose principal
> > > >                 > targets are civilians. In
> > these
> > > > circumstances it is vital that a
> > > >                 > bi-partisan cons! ensus be
> > formed
> > > > on defense of the homeland. One
> > > >                 > requirement of this defense is
> > > > greater unity on the home front. It is
> > > >                 > important that domestic
> > issues,
> > > > which have the potential to divide
> > > >                 > Americans, be resolved in a
> > manner
> > > > that strengthens rather than
> > > >                 > weakens
> > > >                 > the nation. The divisive
> > issues in
> > > > American politics are those that
> > > >                 > tend
> > > >                 > to divide us along the fault
> > lines
> > > > of class, gender and race. The War
> > > >                 > Room believes that these fault
> > > > lines do not run along a
> > > >                 > Democrat-Republican bias but
> > are
> > > > the product of a political left that
> > > >                 > is
> > > >                 > hostile to the national
> > > > foundations. The War Room believes that the
> > > >                 > values of American
> > individualism
> > > > and democracy, rooted in the
> > > >                 > Founding,
> > > >                 > form the basis for our
> > national
> > > > unity and are the essential elements
> > > >                 > of
> > > >                 > our national strength. *
> > > >
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 > The "Anti-War" Movement
> > > >                 > Is A Bigger Problem Than You
> > Think
> > > >                 >> For over a year our country
> > has
> > > > been at war with a terrorist foe that
> > > >                 > can infiltrate our borders
> > with
> > > > weapons of mass destruction. We are
> > > >                 > divided in our homeland on two
> > > > fronts. Reasonable people may disagree
> > > >                 > over tactics and priorities in
> > > > fighting this war -- for example over
> > > >                 > which hostile agency or state
> > to
> > > > take on, and at which point in time.
> > > >                 > There have been critics of the
> > > > Administration's war policy from both
> > > >                 > the
> > > >                 > Democrat and Republican side
> > of
> > > > the aisle. But these critics share a
> > > >                 > common concern for the defense
> > of
> > > > this country, and in the end they
> > > >                 > support our government and our
> > > > nation against its foes.
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 > Not so the other opposition to
> > the
> > > > war, which is a radical movement
> > > >                 > with
> > > >                 > Marxist roots, whose origins
> > go
> > > > back to the Vietnam War and whose
> > > >                 > political base is American
> > > > universities. This opposition to the war
> > > >                 > on
> > > >                 > terror manifested itself
> > withi! n
> > > > weeks of 9/11 with aim of opposing an
> > > >                 > American military response to
> > the
> > > > al-Qaeda attacks. Its agendas are
> > > >                 > not
> > > >                 > "pacifist" and are not
> > inspired by
> > > > dissatisfaction with any
> > > >                 > particular
> > > >                 > American war or policy, but
> > with
> > > > the American system itself. It is a
> > > >                 > movement which cannot be
> > appeased
> > > > and which is willing to collaborate
> > > >                 > with America's enemies.
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 > Every major "anti-war"
> > > > demonstration to date, including the
> > > >                 > demonstrations on the Capitol
> > Mall
> > > > in October and January has been
> > > >                 > organized and controlled by a
> > > > self-styled Communist group called the
> > > >                 > Workers World Party, and its
> > front
> > > > "International A.N.S.W.E.R." The
> > > >                 > figurehead of this
> > organization is
> > > > former Attorney General Ramsey
> > > >                 > Clark
> > > >                 > and its organizer is Brian
> > Becker,
> > > > a member of the secretariat of the
> > > >                 > World World Party. The WWP is
> > > > aligned with the North Korean Communist
> > > >                 > regime and along with its
> > figur!
> > > > ehead has supported the North
> > > >                 > Vietnamese
> > > >                 > torturers of American POWS,
> > the
> > > > Ayatollah Khomeni regime in Iran,
> > > >                 > Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam
> > > > Hussein.
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 > At the Mall, the speakers -
> > all
> > > > selected by the Workers World Party -
> > > >                 > denounced America as an
> > > > imperialist aggressor and "the axis of evil,"
> > > >                 > and called for "regime change"
> > and
> > > > "revolution" in the United States.
> > > >                 > An
> > > >                 > imam from a Washington DC
> > mosque
> > > > led the crowd in chants of "Allahu
> > > >                 > Akbar," which is the cry of
> > the
> > > > suicide bombers as they blow up
> > > >                 > innocent
> > > >                 > civilian targets. Mohammed
> > Atta,
> > > > the leader of the 9/11 suicide
> > > >                 > bombers,
> > > >                 > gave these instructions to his
> > > > team: "When the confrontation begins,
> > > >                 > strike like champions who do
> > not
> > > > want to go back to this world.
> > > >                 > Shout,
> > > >                 > 'Allahu Akbar,' because this
> > > > strikes fear in the hearts of the
> > > >                 > non-believers."
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 > John Conyers, the ranking
> > Democrat
> > > > on! the House Judiciary Committee
> > > >                 > was
> > > >                 > a featured speaker at the
> > Workers
> > > > World Party "peace" rally, as was
> > > >                 > former Democratic
> > Congresswoman
> > > > Cynthia McKinney. Representative
> > > >                 > Charles
> > > >                 > Rangel, the ranking Democrat
> > on
> > > > the House Ways and Means Committee
> > > >                 > sent
> > > >                 > a letter of support. In a
> > sister
> > > > demonstration in San Francisco, also
> > > >                 > organized by the Workers World
> > > > Party, California State Senator,
> > > >                 > Democrat
> > > >                 > John Burton, told the
> > protesters
> > > > that the President of the United
> > > >                 > States
> > > >                 > was "full of s___" and was
> > > > "f---ing America."
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 > So appalling were these
> > > > demonstrations that older members of the left
> > > >                 > disassociated themselves from
> > this
> > > > movement in articles that appeared
> > > >                 > in
> > > >                 > leftwing magazines like
> > Salon.com
> > > > and the L.A. Weekly (the latter
> > > >                 > article was written by David
> > Corn,
> > > > Washington editor of The Nation).
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 > On February 15, an anti-war
> > > > protest will ! be held in New York City,
> > > >                 > organized by a new group
> > called
> > > > "United for Peace and Justice." This
> > > >                 > group is headed by Leslie
> > Cagan, a
> > > > Sixties Marxist with a long
> > > >                 > history
> > > >                 > of supporting Communist
> > causes.
> > > > She was a member of the Venceremos
> > > >                 > Brigades organized by Cuban
> > > > Intelligence. She was a member of the
> > > >                 > Committees for Correspondence,
> > a
> > > > faction of the Communist Party USA,
> > > >                 > and
> > > >                 > she is co-chair of the
> > National
> > > > Network on Cuba an organization whose
> > > >                 > purpose is propaganda and
> > > > political support for the Castro
> > > >                 > dictatorship.
> > > >                 > Cagan has warned that, "If
> > marches
> > > > do not work, we will escalate. We
> > > >                 > will have to do things to
> > disrupt
> > > > the normal flow of life in this
> > > >                 > country."(NYTimes, 2/04/03)
> > This
> > > > threat of sabotage should not be
> > > >                 > taken
> > > >                 > lightly given the history of
> > more
> > > > than 1,000 domestic bombings during
> > > >                 > the Vietnam War.
> > > >                 >
> > > >                 > The agendas of the so-called
> > > > "peace ! movement" are pro-Communist and
> > > >                 > anti-American. Its organizers
> > have
> > > > worked with America's enemies in
> > > >                 > the
> > > >                 > past and are continuing to do
> > so
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> > > > "fifth column." Honest dissenters and
> > > >                 > Americans concerned about the
> > > > future of their country should take a
> > > >                 > hard
> > > >                 > look at these protests and
> > those
> > > > who support them.
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