New Study Finds Drugging Civilians Makes Them More Accepting of Mass Migration

A new academic study found that drugging the native population withe “love hormone” oxytocin makes them more accepting of mass migration.

Look for Democratic leaders to make this drug mandatory in the near future.

The Sun reported:

Academics note that people tend to be more ‘altruistic to family and friends than to perfect strangers’ – but think they know how to change this.

WESTERN people become more charitable to migrants when fed the “love hormone” oxytocin and exposing them to peer pressure, German scientists have claimed.

Researchers from the University of Bonn said that humans tend to be generally kinder to friends and family than strangers.

But this natural tendency can be overridden by getting humans to take oxytocin and then setting up a “social norm” which pushes people into accepting migrants.

“The combined enhancement of oxytocin and peer influence could diminish selfish motives,” said Professor Rene Hurlemann from the department of psychiatry.

“Given the right circumstances, oxytocin may help promote the acceptance and integration of migrants into Western cultures.”

The suggestion that Westerners should be given drugs to make them more welcoming to foreigners is likely to be hugely controversial.

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