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40 Kinds Of Meow Meow Flood Britain: Daily Mail More Toxic Than all Of Them

WHO knew that when meow meow was banned, the kids too worried about taking illegal drugs – and too scared to get caught buying them – would get on the internet and start looking for another legal high? Well, clearly not the Daily Mail which thunder with news:

Flood of new ‘legal high’ drugs hits Britain despite crackdown on meow meow

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Posted: 17th, January 2011 | In: Reviews | Comment (1)

Was Sadistic Sabrina Barber A Victim Of Mephedrone?

REMEMBER meow meow, aka mephedrone, the legal toxin that became an illegal high when the departing Labour Government wanted to look tough and made it illegal? It was linked to deaths but never actually proven to be responsible for any. Well, the Mail has news of the drug, and how it is implicated in a brutal and sadistic attack in Plymouth Hoe:

Sabrina Barber, 16, was high on miaow-miaow as she launched a ‘sustained and savage’ 90 minute attack on terrified Naomi Morrison, 17.

Reading that you could deduce that Barber was not responsible for her actions. It wasn’t her, yer honour, it was the drugs.

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Posted: 16th, January 2011 | In: Key Posts, Reviews | Comments (2)

‘Britain’s First Mephedrone Death’ Is Not So: Lancashire Girl Killed By Toxic Blend

REBECCA Cardwell, 19, is the country’s first person to die from mephedrone – aka ‘bubble’ and ‘meow meow’ – and now an illegal Class B drug. Well, so the story goes.

She took a wrap of the drugs at a house in Colne, Lancashire.

She had paid £5 of the £25 for the drugs, which had been adulterated with small amount of two other party drugs and amphetamines.

Laura Main RIP: Abused By Meow Meow And The Tabloids

Three days later Miss Cardwell was dead. It’s a tragic story. But the question should be: what killed her? Mephedrone was linked to deaths in the tabloids when it was a legal drug. But it never killed anyone. It was made illegal with great haste by an outgoing Labour Government keen to look tough. Now someone has died. And the story goes that it was the headline-making drug that caused the fatality.

The Lancashire Telegraph is adamant:

AN East Lancashire teenager has been confirmed as the country’s first official victim of the newly-illegal party drug Mephedrone.

The title of the article is:

‘Plant food’ party drug mephedrone killed Colne teenager

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Posted: 13th, October 2010 | In: Reviews | Comment

Ban On Cannabis Leads To Creation Of Mephedrone And More Dangerous Drugs: Who Knew?

SO. Sky News heads to China and discovers – shock horror – that the Chinese chemists are creating new compounds to circumvent the ban on mephedrone, aka meow meow.

Laura Main RIP: Abused By Meow Meow And The Tabloids

Meow meow was a drug linked to deaths in the UK. It was never proven than meow meow caused a death on it own, just that people who had died had taken the stuff, along with other uppers and downers – including alcohol and tobacco, those big Government cash crops.

Naphyrone Is New Meow Meow, Say Kidz

Sky meets sellers at Chemchallenger Biotech in Shanghai. They meet with the company’s director, Jacky Wu, who offers to sell and deliver up to 100kg of the drug.

Sky says a new form of chemical cannabis is available”.

Yeah, “chemical cannabis”. Because natural cannabis, that grows like, well, weed, is banned.

MDAI Is The New Mephedrone, With Added Sparkle

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Posted: 9th, June 2010 | In: Reviews | Comment

Health Alert: Jedward’s Shake And Vac Does Not Contain Mephedrone

WHEN we spotted Jedward – John and Edward Grimes – stood on the pavement of London shaking white powder about, fears of an anthrax infestation were alleviated when we noted that the X Factor products had become the faces of Shake ‘n’ Vac, a white, powdery substance that rids the carpet of foul smells.

It’s a marketing campaign. And the hope seems to be that the icons of dazed and confused youth will take Shake ‘n Vac to their young fans’ hearts, possibly with the same gusto as the youth embrace meow meow, Sherbet Dip Daps, Vim and all other household products.

Jedward Gallery

Their agents got in touch to remind us that Shake ‘n’ Vac is not a drug that makes you sing and dance as you get the stench of cat wee out of your rug. Shake ‘n’ Vac is a narcotic-free matter that should neither be snorted nor injected.

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Posted: 4th, May 2010 | In: Celebrities | Comments (5)

N-Dubz Dappy Does Meow Meow: Cocaine Dealers Amazed

NOW that meow meow, aka mephedrone is illegal, here’s a picture of “vilethreatening N-Dubz front man, Pob look-alike Dappy, snorting the stuff following a gig.

The best bit about the Sun’s picture is that Dappy is said to be “hoovering” up the plant food through a rolled up bank note. He is in a “grimy back office”, and not on a yacht or swanky penthouse or any other super slick venue where you take real cocaine.

Meow meow is billed in the tabloids as the cheaper alternative to cocaine. But given that Dappy is a popstar and using an actual bank note – although it might be Greek fiver or one of these – meow meow seems to be a drug in its own right.

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Posted: 28th, April 2010 | In: Celebrities | Comment

MDAI Is The New Mephedrone, With Added Sparkle

MEOW Meow is banned. Mephedrone is too pricy and risky now that it’s illegal. If you’re gonna takes risk you might as well buy some cocaine. So. Got any Sparkle? You know, MDAI. Got any? The Star says “experts say it could be lethal”.

The Mirror says Sparkle is the new big thing:

Danger drug meow meow’s successor MDAI could flood Britain

To help you to identify it, the Mirror produces a picture of a small bag containing a smattering of white powders.

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Posted: 19th, April 2010 | In: Reviews | Comment (1)

Mephedrone Madness: Blackburn Man First To be Nicked For Meow Meow

THE fist mephedrone raid – that’s meow meow to you; or whatever you kids are now calling ti and shopping for – took place in Blackbun, Lancashire. Police raced to Livesey Branch Road and with the cry “FIRST!” scooped 30 bags of the noxious plant food.

Meow meow, or ‘bubble’ as Blackburn locals call it, became illegal last night. And the local bobbies were quick to nap a 21-year-old man, who was also growing cannabis.

Says the Lancashire Telegraph:

Mephedrone has been linked to several deaths across the country after it began to be used as a substitute for illegal drugs like ecstasy and cocaine.

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Posted: 17th, April 2010 | In: Reviews | Comment

Laura Main RIP: Abused By Meow Meow And The Tabloids

MEOW MEOW has been banned. And rightly so. Nothing keeps the kids off drugs like banning them. Meow Meow is to be a Class B drug, and anyone caught with it “could face a five-year prison sentence”. The Scotsman has the facts, but the Sun has the sensation. Laura Main has died. Or as the Sun puts it:


So. The bright Aberdeen University graduate died from taking mephedrone. Finally we’ve got a clear link between the toxic plant food and a fatality. Says the Mail:

Law student who led ‘Lady Asbo’ double life as escort died after taking meow meow

In the Sun, Laura Main is “law student” first and foremost. Online she is “a pretty law student”.

She was also Eve, an escort for the “elite” Bunnies of London.

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Posted: 16th, April 2010 | In: Reviews | Comments (19)

Media Says Mephedron ‘Killed’ Wesley Sharples As Gordon Brown Ignores Ban

MEOW MEOW has not been banned. The papers were wrong. The drugs, also know as mephedrone has not been banned because Parliament has broken up for the election that Gordon Brown called.

If your son or daughter dies from meow meow, then you know who to blame. Blame Gordon Brown. You’ll find him on your doorstep looking tough, and later on the back benches in Westminster.

Says Gordon Brown:

“They have been misled into believing they were taking a drug which did not have lethal qualities.”

Misled by whom? Meow meow is legal. Gordon Brown could have helped to make it illegal had he only waited a short while longer to put his premiership to the vote. But Gordon and the wonks say it is legal. So legal it is.

But the drug is deadly, say the media and Gordon, despite there being no firm evidence that it is.

The Scotsman hears of 23-year-old Wesley Sharples who “was found with gunshot wounds at his flat in Bolton, Greater Manchester”.

Says the paper:

Police were unable to confirm reports that he may have taken the dance drug mephedrone, known as Meow Meow, after inviting friends to his home on the day he died.

Such are the facts. So, let us not turn the traffic death of a young man into a scare story.

Or as the Daily Mail screams:

Partygoer, 23, blasts himself in head with a shotgun ‘after taking meow meow drug’

But we don’t know that he took that drug, or any drug.

A police spokesman says:

“We have sent blood samples off to toxicology and until we get that back we cannot guess or speculate what he may or may not have taken. These may take several weeks to come back.”

Still, meow meow is a killer, right?. But not in Reading, Berkshire. Not any more since local firm Meph Direct shut up shop.

It told shoppers:

“We regret to announce that prices have risen nationwide due to the manufacturers hiking up their prices and the product becoming increasingly scarce. Please be cautious of other sellers that have not increased their prices as you will find that they are mixing their product with unscrupulous substances.”

Good news, then! Killer drug cut with worming food and Vim. A source at the firm tells the local paper:

“But the media has killed mephedrone. They’ve got their ban and we’re finished.

Anyhow, back to Mr Wesley Sharples, in the Sun:

Last night a Greater Manchester Police source said: “There have been reports from his friends that he may have taken meow meow.”


One neighbour said: “No one knows why it’s happened. He was nice and very polite.”

Still, if Mr Sharples can be used to help the Sun in its campaign – and it is only campaigns that stop newspapers from being all the same – at least he did not die in vain…

Meow Meow: Mephedrone Is This Week’s Scare Story

Mephedrone: Dr Polly Taylor’s Letter To Home Secretary Alan Johnson

Meow Meow: How To Buy The ‘Killer’ Drug In Bulk And Crank Up The Fear

Meow Meow The Panda Bear Goes Nuts

How To Buy Meow Meow From A Labour MP’s Son

Posted: 7th, April 2010 | In: Reviews | Comments (2)

Meow Meow Sold In Chinese Restaurants And Take-Aways

MEOW Meow is here. Mephedrone must be banned. Eric Carlin is unimpressed. Meow meow is being sold in Chinese restaurants and take-aways…

Meow Meow: Mephedrone Is This Week’s Scare Story

Mephedrone: Dr Polly Taylor’s Letter To Home Secretary Alan Johnson

Meow Meow: How To Buy The ‘Killer’ Drug In Bulk And Crank Up The Fear

Meow Meow The Panda Bear Goes Nuts

How To Buy Meow Meow From A Labour MP’s Son

Posted: 2nd, April 2010 | In: Reviews | Comment

Meow Meow: Mephedrone Is This Week’s Scare Story

MEOW Meow, aka mephedrone, is in the news. The Sun talks of a “TWO-WEEK RACE TO BAN MEOW”. The Sun says that in two weeks there is to be an election, maybe, and after that Parliament breaks up.

So. It’s a race against time. Maybe the election should be delayed?

The paper says the drug must be banned “after 26 deaths”. We hear of a girl of 14 “lucky to be alive”. She took meow and collapsed. We’re not told if the girl had any pre-existing medical conditions, had been drinking or taking other drugs, only that she collapsed in a Tesco car park. And the police say she is “lucky to be alive”. Although, she made a full recovery.

It is left to the Swindon Advertiser to complete the picture:

She had taken a cocktail of alcohol and the drug.

No proof yet exists that toxic meow meow specifically resulted in death. In place of facts we do hear from bereft parents who have lost their children. They, understandably, want the drug banned. They want their child’s death to count for something. It’s emotive stuff.

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Posted: 30th, March 2010 | In: Key Posts | Comments (16)

Mephedrone: Dr Polly Taylor’s Letter To Home Secretary Alan Johnson

BAN mephedrone now. Meow Meow must be banned because the newspapers say it is deadly. At Gordon Brown has waded into the meow meow debate, using the plant food as a way to look tough and meaningful. At No 10 Downing Street, York Press reporter Jenny Bell delivered a petition campaigning against the drug mephedrone, accompanied by Tory MP Robert Goodwill. Can the Tories out tough the Labour Party on meow meow?

Meow Meow: How To Buy The ‘Killer’ Drug In Bulk And Crank Up The Fear

Will Mephedrone Man decide the election? Will the legal high be used to feed our fears and enable us to think there are worst things out there than smack, black and tobac? Or will the Government say meow meow just needs to be controlled and tax it?

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Posted: 29th, March 2010 | In: Reviews | Comment