"Several Greek police stations have been firebombed in recent months, so the cops have reason to be nervous, especially when they notice that they are being filmed. On our first evening in Athens, a different group of officers approached us and, after spotting our film crew down the street, demanded to see our papers. They deleted our footage and detained us for a couple of hours, until we’d managed to get our passports delivered to the station. Greece is a paranoid place at the moment. The police, fascists, anarchists, dealers and drug users are all fighting for local supremacy and no one trusts anyone else."A young anarchist, interviewed in the streets of Athens, has this to say:
“How can I tell if someone’s a sisa user? It’s easy – they’re unbalanced, unstable, like a psychopath. They have crazy eyes, are talking to themselves and they are very aggressive. I think sisa is the worst drug in the world.”In one of the videos, a user relates that the state of mind after smoking the drug makes one so violent that it's most easy to kill someone ... Known effects of the drug: Aggression, hallucinations, death due to daily use, ulcers in mouth, nose, or intestine, rashes and infections, schizophrenia, emaciation, palpitations and anxiety, logorrhea (incoherent speech) and heart problems.
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