THE SAD BALLAD OF 3-MMC SUBSTANCE ABUSE. ++ Why 3-MMC had to go! ++ Recent Changes in Dutch Drug Legislation ++ The Dutch List 1a amended to the Opiate Act: Whole Substance Classes to be banned in the Netherlands by Mid 2022 ++ Don’t fall for the now-or-never hype!

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The Sad Ballad of 3-MMC Substance Abuse Rave

It had always been the elephant in the room: When we criticized Dutch vendors for using fake return addresses even for orders shipped within the Netherlands, some might not have realized, but they did it because they knowingly sell drugs to children. Moneymaking must be a beautiful thing…

That your greed, tendency towards cannibalism, your habit of compulsory lying, almost fascist message control by manipulating the published opinion in the most unethical ways, smearing corrupt forum admins to boost sales; Well, that your stupidity is the reason for you soon to bake smaller buns is not free of irony. 😉

FOR EVERYONE ELSE:
THIS IS A ROUNDUP ON RECENT AND UPCOMING CHANGES IN DUTCH DRUGS LEGISLATION.

Contents

  1. 3-MMC had been known to attract school children already 9 years ago. Bitch had to go!
  2. Vendors play the shitty substabces games again. Save your money and treat yourself with something nice.
  3. Recent Changes in Dutch Drug Legislation as of October 2021 at a glance: 3-MMC was finally banned
  4. Outcomes of Risk assessment of 3-MMC by the Dutch CAM.
  5. Paul Blokhuis, Dutch State Secretary for Health, Welfare and Sport reminds of the long-lost Art of Solidarity
  6. Parents of deceased Pepijn (14) make appeal: ‘Let’s think about what we do to our children
  7. What else got banned?
  8. Dutch vendors break the law if they relocate a warehouse to, e.g., Spain!!!
  9. “Downwright lousy”: Dutch Cannibal NPS vendors already advertising a 3-MMC replacement, a Methamphetamin with unknown toxicologic profile.
  10. The Dutch are high 24/7 – some say this tragedy asks for new ideas and approaches like the government allowing safe (or at least nit dangerous substances)
  11. The Dutch 1a – A broader ban planned for 2022 – Banning whole substance classes. A few examples of drugs that will become illegal in the Netherlands soon.
  12. Don’t fall for the hype! They all sell you shit right now. You will only be disappointed. Wait for the next articles.
  13. Got not time to read? THE WHOLE ARTICLE PUT IN A NUTSHELL. #SERVICE

3-MMC: Bitch had to go!

After 4-MMC got banned everywhere, the NPS “industry” started selling pointless shit substances. 4-MMC had already vanished about half a year before the ban; they would send you unpleasant and disappointing, mislabeled alternatives like the later, in 2010, openly advertised “NRG 1” (Naphyrone) and, also announced in 2010, “NRG 2” (4-MEC / 4-EMC). “NRG 3” was claimed to be a questionable blend containing the stimulant NEH and the Dissociative MXE, and by 2012, 3-MMC aka “NRG-4” was finally discovered by Swedish authorities. As far as I can tell, a structural isomer of 4-MMC had never been legal in most countries.

SINCE I WAS ASKED:

I may have wasted about 120 on shit substances those days and decided to not care about NPS for three or four years at all. I am not under the impression I could have missed anything.

This would be my recommendation to all of you asking me about vendor recommendations.
The quality they offer is just shit right now. Pass on it, don’t fall for that stupid marketing hype.

Safe your money and treat yourself to something nice! 🎈

René

Even worse, EMCDDA (European Drug Monitoring, the EU partner organization of the US DEA) already in 2012 described the prevalence of Novel Synthetic Designer Drugs abuse to be attached to a cohort of teenagers (~16-24):

EMCDDA Report 2012

See pages 91 ff. for studies showing that teenagers started doing allegedly legal synthetic designer drugs

The German Pharmacy Newsletter urgently appeals to young people (younger than 30 years) to strictly stay avoid taking any psychoactive substances. Only at the age of about 30 years, the brain has fully developed, and intoxication causes more minor damage!

[###QUOTE/SOURCE### following | 2do]

An interesting anecdote: Real 4-MMC, they told me, could now/still be ordered from Russia if I were interested. I disbanded that email account. Until today, 4-MMC (Mephedrone) is a severe problem in Russia. It is a cheap, highly psychotic drug with high addiction potential. Russia, until today deals with a 4-MMC pandemic.

9 years later, 3-MMC was finally banned in the Netherlands.
Recent Changes in Dutch Drug Legislation as of October 2021:

Overheid.nl: NPS banned in the Netherlands as of 27 October 2021 by amending substances like 3-MMC, Benzodiazepines, Fentanyl-Analogs, Tryptamines, and Cannabinoids to schedule I and schedule II of the Dutch Opiate Act.

Source: Dutch Government, Overheid.nl – https://zoek.officielebekendmakingen.nl/stb-2021-504.html

The updated Dutch Drugs legislation at a glance

Implementing International Directives

The Netherlands finally implemented some recommendations/agreements on banning certain Novel Psychoactive Substances as agreed with and issued as Directives by the EU Commission, recommendations/agreements on scheduling substances as issued under the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs by the WHO/UNODoc (= CND (The Commission on Narcotic Drugs)).

Also, on the recommendation of the Dutch State Secretary of Health, Welfare, and Sport, Mr. Paul Blokhuis from 19 July 2021, who had requested the Dutch Coordination Point Assessment Monitoring new drugs (CAM) to carry out a multidisciplinary risk assessment into the harmfulness of 3-MMC as a matter of urgency.

The Dutch goverment assigned a Risk assessment on 3-MMC

This risk assessment done by the Dutch CAM (Institution coordination point Assessment and Monitoring of new drugs) was completed in May 2021 and contains the recommendation to place 3-MMC on list II of the Opium Act.

The CAM considers placement on List II justified in view of the increasing popularity of this drug, especially among young people, signals that indicate addiction potential of this drug and an increase in the number of health incidents related to 3-MMC use.

3-methyl-methcathinone or 3-MMC is a new psychoactive substance (NPS) that belongs to the 3-MMC synthetic cathinones and has been found on the drug market for several years. In 2020, signals were received about a noticeable increase in the use of this drug and concerns about the health effects of this use. The number of reports of mild to severe incidents due to 3-MMC use has increased, as has the demand for information about the drug. User experiences indicate an addiction potential of 3-MMC. The easy availability, low price, and legal status may lower the threshold for use.

The CAM concluded that there is not known enough about 3-MMC to justify adding it to List 1 on the basis of the information available at that time, as with hard drugs such as cocaine and heroin placed on List I of the Opium Act. In other words: Although having caused fatalities and produced addicts and health problems, especially among teenagers, there is not enough reliable scientific data available that could have justified to make 3-MMC a schedule I.

By placing 3-MMC on list II of the Opium Act, the easy availability due to the legal status is prevented and the user group is warned of the negative effects of using this substance. The recommendation of the CAM has been followed and
has led to this decision adding 3-MMC to list II to the Opium Act.

Findings of the Dutch experts and the government:

Research has shown that the drug 3-MMC poses health risks. This conclusion is based on the increased number of health incidents due to the use of 3-MMC and signals that indicate an addiction potential of this drug. At the same time, there is an identifiable increase in the use of 3-MMC by groups of (vulnerable) young people in particular, which is partly caused by the easy availability of the drug.

That is why the government chooses to prohibit the trade in the drug 3-MMC, by adding it to list II.

The aim of these rules is to ensure that fewer people have access to the means 3-MMC. The rules are therefore justified in the interest of public health.

It is important here that less far-reaching measures such as warnings on the packaging or restrictions on sales will not be sufficient to protect public health.

A complete ban is the only effective measure because no safe use is possible.

Further resources

Dutch State Secretary of Health by Paul Blockhuis with a statement to act in Solidarity
Dutch State Secretary of Health by Paul Blockhuis with a statement to act Solidarity

Source: https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/regering/bewindspersonen/paul-blokhuis

“With this ban we are counteracting the easy availability of 3-MMC and we are sending a clear signal to the often young users: this stuff is dangerous, stay away from it. We didn’t want to wait a moment longer, given the worrying signals we received about 3-MMC. At the same time, there is a broader problem with designer drugs. We can no longer lag behind the facts in this respect and therefore proceed to a broad ban on designer drugs as soon as possible.”

State Secretary Blokhuis (VWS)

28 Ocotber, 2021

(Source: https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/regering/bewindspersonen/paul-blokhuis/nieuws/2021/10/28/designerdrug-3-mmc-vanaf-vandaag-verboden)

In Memoriam Pepijn Remmers. A 14-year-old who died under the influence of the synthethic designer drug 3-MMC.

Open letter: Parents of 14-year-old Pepijn who died under the influence of 3-MMC make appeal: ‘Let’s think about what we do to our children.

Writing and sharing the candid letter helps Pepin’s parents to process the loss. They also hope to be able to give a message to other parents. ‘What we feel now is that our adolescents are more vulnerable than we think. Their brains are still forming. They need so much care in this corona time. They may be even more vulnerable than the elderly over 80. Their ‘underlying suffering’ is of a very different order than that of the seniors, but just as fragile. Let’s hold them. Really get to know. Support. They need us, they need each other.’

The letter concludes with, it seems, an outright message to the cabinet. ‘For God’s sake, let’s think carefully about what we are doing to each other and our children with drastic measures to eradicate a virus that hardly bothers them themselves, and that will never go away.’

Slowly but surely, the parents noticed that Pepijn ended up in a rut. He wanted tension in his life again. Go on an adventure again. After an evening of socializing with his friends, his drug use came to light, about a week before his death. It was 3mmc, a designer drug (..). “But it’s legáál!” was his defence. ‘His adolescent brain did not yet understand that what is legal is not necessarily OK. He seemed impressed. He vowed not to use drugs anymore, because the aftereffects were bad for him. It sounded convincing.’

Worsening problems

Several youth care providers have been seeing an aggravation of the problems that play a role among children for some time, the Inspectorate for Health care and Youth (IGJ) observed last week. Both youth mental health care, youth care and parenting help see an increase in suicidal behavior and eating disorders. (..)

In recent months, children have increasingly been calling or chatting with the Kindertelefoon about topics such as loneliness and depression, according to research based on chat and telephone calls.

DPG Media: https://www.ad.nl/binnenland/ouders-overleden-pepijn-14-doen-oproep-laten-we-nadenken-wat-we-onze-kinderen-aandoen~a07cef38/

What else got banned in October?

List I (Schedules I) was amended

  • 4-CMC (Amphetamine/Cathinone)
  • 4F-MDMB-BINACA (Cannabindoid)
  • 4F-MDMB-BICA (Cannabinoid)
  • MDMB-4en-PINACA (Cannabinoid)
  • 5F-AMB-PINACA (Cannabinoid)
  • 5F-MDMB-PICA (Cannabindoid)
  • AB-FUBINACA (Cannabinoid)
  • alpha-PHP (A-PHP, Amphetamine/Pyrovalerone)
  • CUMYL-PEGACLONE (Cannabinoid)
  • crotonylfentanyl (Fetanyl Opiate)
  • diphenidine (Ketamine)
  • DOC (Psychedelic)
  • isotonitazene (Nitazene Opiate)
  • N-ethylhexedron (Hexen, Amphetamine/Cathinone)
  • 3-methoxyfencyclidine (3-Meo-PCP, Ketamine)
  • valerylfentanyl (Fentanyl Opiate)

    …were placed on list I of the Opium Act.

List II (Schedules II) was amended

  • 3-MMC (Amphetamine, Cathinone)
  • Clonazolam (Benzodiazepine)
  • Diclazepam (Benzodiazepine)
  • Etizolam (Benzodiazepine)
  • Flualprazolam (Benzodiazepine)
  • Flubromazolam (Benzodiazeine)

    …were placed on list II of the Opium Act.

INTERESTING

While RC SCENE, of course, does not mention shady vendors still offering Fentanyl, the Netherlands obviously still is a major hub for distributing Fentanyl worldwide. They entered this shady business with the former Darknet Drug Dealer Alex P. from Research Group Netherlands / The Real RC and never seem to have given up the habit…

The now-banned Benzodiazepines placed in List 2 are gold-plating – WHO recommendations proposed to make them schedule IVs.

Finally, I really have faith in the Dutch government seriously wanting to push back and prosecute the organized crime/drug trafficking cannibals that we usually refer to as NPS vendors.

VERY INTERESTING!

NEWS!

Placing the aforementioned substances on the List I and List II respectively means that articles 2 and 3 of the Opium Act prohibit the placing, cultivation, preparation, processing, sale, delivery, supply, transport, presence, or manufacture of the substances within or outside the territory of the Netherlands.”

This means that the Dutch are NOT ALLOWED TO SOURCE/SELL ANY OF THE RECENTLY BANNED SUBSTANCES NEITHER IN THE NETHERLANDS NOR IN, e.g., SPAIN !!!!

Vendors like Chemistry-King, The Real RC, Predator, 3mmc4cmc, and probably many more are certainly breaking the law.

Cannibal NPS Vendors immediately lauched a 3-MMC alternative. 3-MMA is a seemingly problematic Methyl-Methamphetamin.

A few days after the ban on the controversial designer drug 3-MMC, Dutch webshops have already started offering its ‘successor’. A worrying development, according to the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport. Addiction treatment institutions Jellinek and Novadic-Kentron warn drug users that they should beware of the consequences of the completely unknown substance. “Because you really are your own guinea pig.”

The ban on the previously legally available 3-MMC came into effect on Thursday after months of discussions. The drug became increasingly popular in recent years and caused a series of (health) incidents throughout the country. With frequent use, the drug can lead to palpitations, insomnia, and tense muscles. Several users have died from the effects of the cheap and easily available drug.

Due to a small adjustment, it is just another substance and does not fall under the opium law.

Daniëlle Ketelaars of Novadic-Kentron

“Downright lousy”

The Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport is not happy about it. “The fact that providers are trying to come up with as comparable an alternative as possible to 3-MMC is downright lousy and worrying for public health and the well-being of people,” says spokesman Ruben van Dorssen.

“But it’s not surprising. Precisely in order to be able to tackle these types of situations better in the future, State Secretary Blokhuis is working on a bill that will allow entire groups of new psychoactive substances to be tackled at once.”

Addiction care institutions are also not surprised by the rapid rise of the new party drug. “When substances are banned, you often see that providers respond to this by offering a new substance that is not ‘yet’ on the opium law,” explains prevention worker Daniëlle Ketelaars of Novadic-Kentron. “Often these substances are very similar, but due to a small adjustment, it is just another substance and does not fall under the opium law. But just because a drug isn’t on the opium law doesn’t mean it’s not harmful to you.”

The danger of a new substance is that little is known about the possible risks, says Ketelaars. “It hasn’t been used much yet, so we don’t really know what the effects are. So you are actually your own guinea pig.” Jellinek, one of the largest Dutch institutions for addiction care, agrees. “We are completely in the dark about what this new drug does to people. The fact that webshops are now pushing this is therefore not a good development,” says a spokesperson.

New ideas needed?

According to addiction care institution Jellinek, it is high time that the government chooses a different approach to the drug problem. “All studies show that banning hard drugs has had very little effect on consumption in the Netherlands. Then you can happily continue with that, but where and when does it stop? We think it is much safer to release such resources into society in a controlling way. So regulate. That way you have influence on how and where Dutch people use it and what the quality of the drug is. I think it’s time to have that discussion.”

The Dutch 1a – A broader ban planned for 2022

Incidentally, this is not the first time that a new variant of a prohibited drug has come onto the market. “We saw it with 4FA, for example. This was widely used a few years ago and eventually resulted in relatively many health incidents, such as brain hemorrhages. After the incidents, it was then placed on the opium law,” says Ketelaars.

In the meantime, the outgoing cabinet is working on a broader ban on designer drugs. The idea behind this is to ban entire groups of raw materials that have the same basic chemical structure, so those producers can less easily come up with a newly legal product. Last Friday, the proposal was discussed in the Council of Ministers and approved.

The Council of State is now being asked for advice and then it will be presented to parliament for consideration. The ministry hopes that the law (Dutch 1a) will be active by mid-2022.

Source; Sebastiaan Quekel 01-11-21, https://www.ad.nl/binnenland/zorgen-om-volksgezondheid-door-opvolger-partydrug-3-mmc-dit-is-ronduit-belabberd~a2b1578f/

The Dutch 1a ammendment to the Opiate Act – What to expect?

NEWS!

Last week, the proposal for the Dutch 1a was discussed in the Council of Ministers and FINALLY approved. The ministry hopes that the new law will be in force by mid-2022.

Bill Blokhuis and Grapperhaus soon to place whole substance groups of designer drugs on list Ia of the Opium Act

Ferd Grapperhaus, Dutch Minister of Justce
Ferdinand Grapperhaus, minister van het ministerie van Justitie en veiligheid

6 March 2020

Drug producers and traffickers are creative in finding ways to circumvent the Opium Act. They do this, for example, by developing new psychoactive substances (NPS), also known as designer drugs. These are new substances that are very similar to hard drugs that are already on the List I of the Opium Act but are not yet prohibited in our country. (..) The problem is that if such a new substance is brought under the Opium Act, a new substance is made with a slightly different composition so that the substance falls outside the drug legislation. In order to halt this development, State Secretary Blokhuis (VWS) and Minister Grapperhaus (J&V) are today consulting a bill that makes it possible to also ban substance groups.

List Ia

The proposal is to add a new ‘List Ia’ to the Opium Act, which criminalizes certain high-risk substance groups. By placing a substance group under the Opium Act, all substances that can be derived from the basic chemical structure of a substance are banned in one fell swoop. For example, a whole group of designer drugs does not get a chance in advance, regardless of the specific composition. In Germany and Belgium, such a ban is already being successfully implemented. State Secretary Blokhuis and Minister Grapperhaus aim to protect public health as well as to prevent the production and trade of these substances.

State Secretary Blokhuis: “The substances that are on List I of the Opium Act are there for a reason. These are drugs with demonstrably high health risks. Of the designer drugs derived from this, we can assume that they can just as well cause great health damage. Consider, for example, substances that are derived from a heavy substance such as Fentanyl. As a precaution, we are therefore now taking measures. By banning certain groups of substances, we also remove the impression among users that these substances are not so harmful, because they are initially legally on the market.”

Minister Grapperhaus: “Behind designer drugs is a harsh world in which people are intimidated and threatened, in which our residential areas and our environment are seriously endangered and serious criminals make enormous financial profits that threaten to corrupt our legal economy through money laundering. This legislative amendment helps to tackle this subversive crime. Drug manufacturers and traffickers now often know how to escape the dance with new substances. By banning certain groups of substances, our investigative services can act more quickly. We can also work more together internationally and better comply with requests for legal assistance from other countries, where these substances are already banned.”

Three substance groups

In the consultation, Blokhuis and Grapperhaus propose to place three substance groups on List Ia of the Opium Act and thus ban them. These are three common substance groups that have already been banned abroad by this means and that are derived from individual substances that are already on the List I of the Opium Act. With this ban on certain substance groups, users are warned about the health risks associated with these designer drugs. At the same time, it contributes to the fight against drug crime, which has partly moved to the production and trade in these substances that are not (yet) prohibited.

Substances derived from 2-phenethylamine, cannabimimetic or synthetic cannabinoids, and substances derived from 4-aminopiperidines.

The Dutch 1a amendmend to the Opiate Act – The Law (still a draft) machine-translated and in English:

What does that mean in practice?
Which substances will be bannend in the Netherlands in 2022?

Few examples of what to expect

PHENYLTAMINES

Psychedelic Amphetamines

  • DOC
  • DOI

Amphetamines

  • 2-FA
  • 2-FEA
  • 2-FMA
  • 3-FA
  • 3-FEA
  • 3-FMA
  • 3-MMA
  • 4-FMA

Empathogenes

  • 5-APDB
  • 5-MAPD
  • 6-APDB
  • MDPH

Psychedelic Phenethylamines:

  • 2C-C
  • 2C-D
  • 2C-E
  • 2C-P
  • 2C-T-4
  • 2C-T-9
  • 2C-B-FLY
  • 3C-E

Other Phenyltamines

  • 4F-MPH
  • Isopropylphenidate

etc.

CATHINONES

  • 3-CMC
  • Ethcathinone (ETH-CAT)
  • Ethylone (βk-MDEA)
  • Hexedrone (NEH)
  • NEP (N-Ethylpentedrone)
  • Pentylone (βk-MBDP)
  • A-PiHP

etc.

CANNABINOIDS

  • 5F-ADB
  • 5F-AKB48
  • 5F-PB-22
  • 5C-AKB4NM-2201
  • STS-135
  • THJ-018
  • THJ-2201

etc.

List of soon to be banned substances/substance classes inspired by:
https://www.changingperspective.info/nieuws/lijst-stoffen-verboden/

To Put It In A Nutshell

In October, the Dutch government banned A-PHP, 3-MMC, 4-CMC, as well as some Fentanyl-Analogs, Cannabinoids, and Benzodiazepines.

Last week, the proposal for the Dutch 1a was discussed in the Council of Ministers and FINALLY approved. This means this law will become reality. The ministries (Grapperhaus and Blokhuis will prepare that law) hope that the new law will be in force by mid-2022. This change in Dutch Drugs legislation is known as the Dutch 1a and will ban whole substance classes: Cathinones, Amphetamines, Cannabinoids, Opiates, Phenyltamines, and maybe more – my knowledge in chemistry is a tad poor. Also, NPS vendors will finally be able to be prosecuted and convicted for selling toxic waste.

This new law will not only prevent fucking retarded Cannibals aka Dutch NPS Vendors selling dangerous drugs (also) to children and teenagers but will definitely prevent the world from being poisoned or killed by obscure hazardous substances like 3-MMC or 4-FA in the future.

Scientists describe 3-MMC as follows:

The CAM considers placement on List II justified in view of the increasing popularity of this drug, especially among young people, signals that indicate addiction potential of this drug and an increase in the number of health incidents related to 3-MMC use. 3-methyl-methcathinone or 3-MMC is a new psychoactive substance (NPS) that belongs to the 3-MMC synthetic cathinones and has been found on the drug market for several years. In 2020, signals were received about a noticeable increase in the use of this drug and concerns about the health effects of this use. The number of reports of mild to severe incidents due to 3-MMC use has increased, as has the demand for information about the drug. User experiences indicate an addiction potential of 3-MMC. The easy availability, low price, and legal status may lower the threshold for use,” and further: “The ban on the previously legally available 3-MMC came into effect on Thursday after months of discussions. The drug became increasingly popular in recent years and caused a series of (health) incidents throughout the country. With frequent use, the drug can lead to palpitations, insomnia, and tense muscles. Several users have died from the effects of the cheap and easily available drug.

About 4-FA:

Incidentally, this is not the first time that a new variant of a prohibited drug has come onto the market. “We saw it with 4FA, for example. This was widely used a few years ago and eventually resulted in relatively many health incidents, such as brain hemorrhages. After the incidents, it was then placed on the opium law,” says Ketelaars.

In Memoriam Pepijn Remmers, a 14-year-old who died under the influence of 3-MMC, RC SCENE is strongly in favor of Grapperhaus’ and Blockhuis’ plans.

Drug dealers are fucking freaks, lowlife cannibals, braindead sociopaths. They never cared about not selling their stuff to children, instead, they even infiltrate each and every forum on the planet, work with bribed and corrupt forum admins and dozens of fake accounts. All they see is money. I found more friends in China than in the Netherlands.

In the spirit of Pepijn's parents Gaston & Titia:
'Let's think about what we do to our children.'

PLEASE, DO NOT FALL FOR THIS CYNICAL HYPE AND TRY TO STOCK UP DRUGS.
PRETTY MUCH EVERYONE IS SELLING SHIT SUBSTANCES NOW.

I WILL ELABORATE ON THIS AND PROVIDE A FEW EXAMPLES OF REALLY DISAPPOINTING TRASH SUBSTANCES THAT CERTAIN SHOPS OFFER RIGHT NOW IN A FORTHCOMING ARTICLE.

Thank you for sticking with RC SCENE! 😎

SCHILLER balladen RAVE

Philipp Hochmair & Die Elektrohand Gottes

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(OUT NOW: The CD was released on 29 October 2021)

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