SEXUAL “Stimulus” 
Viagra Plant Fumes Have Men, Women and Dogs Walking Around Sexually Aroused 
 Insider Comment:

Not ONLY will you read about Ireland with Viagra in the air, but continue

reading you will find out that a Chinese

liquor company in China was adding Viagra in some liquor brands, and

there’s more – continue reading you will

learn that South Korea purchased a massive supply of Viagra.

During a recent journey to Ireland, some of the team

reporters heard about Viagra in the air in the Irish Town of Cork.

This is only one article of many that discloses how the Irish people in this

town were sexually modified into lustful

sexual predators.

We must ask ourselves is Viagra being used in the overhead aerosol

spraying programs and in the water supply in “selected neighborhoods” to

create immorality,

multiple sex partners, sexual disease spreading, increased child trafficking,

sexual abuse, divorces, pedophilia, more rapes,

provocative designer fashions as sex clothes, and a society so preoccupied

with sexual stimulations they are

unable to recognize Viagra and other sexual stimulus as a weapons


This is a quote from one of the articles:

According to the report from 1998, some locals were annoyed by journalists who wrote that the chemical plant made area dogs horny. Others felt less welcoming toward the presence of big manufacturers.

Martin O’Driscoll told the paper at the time, “Next they’ll be making artificial penises in this village,” which was a jab at the artificial limbs made at the Johnson and Johnson plant.

But O’Driscoll also had some concerns about safety too, as he told the publication.

“Pfizer told us what they were pouring into the water was 100 percent safe, but it’s farcical (absurd) to suggest that any chemical company is completely clean.”

RESIDENTS of a tiny Irish village where Viagra is manufactured have complained that fumes from a nearby factory have been giving them a hard time.

Pharmaceutical firm Pfizer have produced the erectile dysfunction drug in Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork for the last two decades.

Villagers claim that Ringaskiddy’s proximity to the plant and its “love fumes” has been giving local men – and even their canine friends – enormous sexual powers.

Barmaid Debbie O’Grady told the Sunday Times: “One whiff and you’re stiff. We’ve been getting the love fumes for years now for free.”

Ms O’Grady’s mother, Sadie, said that living in Ringaskiddy is a blessing for men who suffer “problems in that department”, adding that there is “something in the air”.

The widow added: “I’m a flirtatious woman, a lot of us are. You just have to have a spark, that’s all. There’s a lovely man waiting down the road for me”.

Pfizer said in a statement that the stiff whiff was nothing more than an “amusing” myth, but there were no hard feelings.

“Our manufacturing processes have always been highly sophisticated as well as highly regulated,” they said.

Nevertheless, residents remain scared stiff that something more sinister is going on.

Psychiatric nurse Fiona Toomey, who recently returned to the village after five years in America, said that local dogs “walk around in a state of sexual excitement”.

“I think that Viagra must have got into the water supply,” she said.

“I’m convinced that’s what happened at the very beginning before they were so closely regulated.”


Chinese police are investigating if two distillers in the southwestern region of Guangxi added impotence treatment drug Viagra to their liquor in the latest food-safety scare in China.

The Liuzhou Food and Drug Administration said that it found the Guikun Alcohol Plant and the Deshun Alcohol Plant in Guangxi’s Liuzhou city were putting Sildenafil, more commonly known as Viagra, into three of their baijiu products.

Baijiu is a fiery grain liquor that commands high prices in China.

Law enforcement officers have confiscated 5,357 bottles of the suspected products, 1,124 kg of raw alcohol and a batch of white powder labeled Sildenafil, in a case worth more than 700,000 yuan ($112,726), according to a statement posted by the Liuzhou Food and Drug Administration on its website on Saturday.

The case has been transferred to the police, the statement said.

The products were all marketed as having health-preserving qualities, it said.

Food safety is a chronic problem in China and public anxiety over cases of fake or toxic food often spreads quickly.

In June, state media said Chinese customs have seized around 3 billion yuan ($483 million) worth of smuggled meat, some more than 40 years old and rotting, the latest in a grim series of food safety scares.

In 2013, Chinese police said they broken a crime ring that passed off more than $1 million in rat and small mammal meat as mutton.

($1 = 6.2097 Chinese yuan)


The office of embattled South Korean President Park Geun-hye has confirmed a mass-purchase of Viagra pills, but said the medication was intended to treat altitude sickness for the president and her staff.

An opposition MP originally claimed that Park’s office had bought large quantities of the drug-which is usually associated with treating erectile dysfunction-after which ‘Viagra’ became the most-searched term online in South Korea, Reuters reported Wednesday.

According to opposition MP Kim Sang-hee, the presidency purchased 364 pills in December 2015, including 60 blue Viagra pills and a generic version of the drug.

Park’s spokesman Jung Youn-kuk confirmed the purchase but said that the pills had been purchased to treat altitude sickness for presidential staff during a trip in May to Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda-the capital cities of which are all at high altitude.

“We bought them, but they were left unused,” Jung told reporters.

Researchers have previously claimed that Viagra can have a mild impact on treating severe altitude sickness. The drug relaxes blood vessels and allows blood to flow more freely, which can counter the effects of high altitude, where the lack of oxygen can cause vessels to constrict, particularly in the lungs.

The issue comes on the back of widespread protests in South Korea calling for Park to step down after allegations that she allowed a close friend, Choi Soon-sil, to influence government affairs.

Park has since publicly apologized for seeking Choi’s counsel, and offered to work with the parliamentary opposition to form a new cabinet, but opposition parties and some members of the government are reportedly preparing to try and impeach her.

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