"It belongs to the piperazine class of phenothiazines and is extremely potent; more potent than haloperidol and around fifty to seventy times the potency of chlorpromazine."
While fluphenazine certainly is a highly potent neuroleptic, I don't think it's more potent than haloperidol. Most sources I have state, that the neuroleptic potency of fluphenazine dihydrochloride administred orally or intramusculary is somewhere between 30 and 40 (maximum 50) chlorpromazine-equivalents; haloperidol is stated to have CPZeq. of 50 in all sources I have to my disposition; thus, fluphenazine is slightly less, or maximaly equaly potent, compared to haloperidol; in one publication, intramuscular fluphenazine decanoate is stated to have a potency of about 115 - 130 CPZeq's, but then again, haloperidol decanoate . is stated to have potency of 110 - 125 CPZeq.-- 00:12, 1 May 2007 (UTC)
Mr. Perkins does not involve America, American institutions or individuals in his assertions, but when Major George Racy Jordan was in charge of the massive 'lend-lease airlift' operations from Great Falls, Montana, to Russia via Alaska, he queried the transshipment of considerable amounts of sodium fluoride via Fairbanks, Alaska, to Russia. He was told "frankly" that it was to put into the drinking water in the prisoner-of-war camps to take away their will to resist.