Tuesday, September 30, 2014

China expands Trimeth Labs (legal drug Increases Persuasiveness 35%!)

Trimeth Lab persuasion Chinese mind control drug Xiamen Amoy opium trade opium wars amoy mission amoy missionariesI was shocked to learn that my adopted home of Xiamen is China's leading player in its proliferation of a nefarious drug that, though still legal in Western nations, has been proven to increase the masses' susceptibility to persuasion by up to 35%.  Xiamen is literally the epicenter of this Chinese narcotic epidemic, with more Chinese mind control Trimeth Labs per capita than any other Chinese city.

This powerful drug is called 1, 3, 7-trimethylxanthin, or Trimeth for short, and Xiamen has more Trimeth labs per capita than any other Chinese city in part because of our historical heritage as a 19th century International Settlement and center of the opium trade, which brought with it Western virtues and vices alike.

Research in the West has conclusively proven that Trimeth does increase one's persuasive ability (or one's susceptibility, should one naively imbibe prior to a war of wits. The good news is that a Trimeth trafficker can rely upon the drug's diabolic influence only if their argument is sound in the first place. Use of Trimeth on unwary victims is futile, in theory at least, when attacking with shaky or fallacious arguments.

By the way--you probably know 1, 3, 7 trimethylxanthin by its common, caffeine, which is trafficked with brazen openness in Xiamen Trimeth Labs under the cover of coffee shops with such innocuous names as McDonalds, Starbucks and KFC.

3 EZ Steps to Improve YOUR Persuasive Up To 35%? 
1st, make sure you have a sound argument.
2nd, administer a generous dose of 1, 3, 7 trimethylxanthin, aka caffeine, at least 45 minutes in advance (it takes this long to take effect upon the victim).
3rd, Go for it, because you've got the edge!

And how about 49 more ways to be more persuasive? My scoop on Xiamen's nefarious role in Trimeth Trafficking began while I was preparing for a Xiamen University School of Management class, and my review ng of the fascinating book, Yes! 50 Scientifically Proven Ways to be Persuasive, by Goldstein, Martin and Cialdini. Though less than 300 pages, 50 Ways is a great compilation of practical ways for anyone to increase their persuasive prowess. Amazon has both the paperback version of 50 Ways and a Kindle version, both for less than $10 (you don't need a Kindle device; just download the free Kindle software and view the books on your phone or computer, as I do).

And Enjoy Amoy! with Dr. Bill's Amazon eBooks!
Bill Brown
Xiamen University

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