Thursday, May 23, 2013

Sisa: Cocaine of the Poor (Part 1 & 2)

Greece's infamous new drug, sisa, is basically meth and filler ingredients like battery acid, engine oil, shampoo, and cooking salt. The majority of its users are poor, often homeless, city dwellers reeling from the psychological and physical impacts of a country in the grip of economic collapse.



Greece's infamous new drug, sisa, is basically meth and filler ingredients like battery acid, engine oil, shampoo, and cooking salt. In part 2, we see how the police, fascists, anarchists, dealers and drug users are all fighting for local supremacy.