Monday, July 20, 2020

The Business of Drugs 💉🤑

There is no easy answer for the drug problem. In terms of govnerment regulations, there is legitimate argument to lift some of the prohibitions for research. In terms of recreational use, legalization only makes it easier for users to destroy their lives (although it would probably economically gut the criminal networks). Excessive use of alcohol and marijuana is definitely harmful, but regular use of cocaine, heroin, K2, methamphetamine, etc. are absolutely a road to ruin to anyone going down that path.

This is not just limited to the west. Drugs are greatly expanding in Southeast Asia and Africa. There are criminal networks all over the world. China is also a huge player in this (especially with fentanyl and the synthetics).

The only solution is to stop demand. How do you do that? Maybe the LDS are on to something.  

Amarylis Fox is the host.  She is good (don't hold it against her she is married to a Kennedy)

Rule 5 and FMJRA

Acid Cow: Pic Dump

Bacon Time: Chi Groot!


Hogewash: Quote of the Day

View from Lady Lake: Rule 5

Legal Insurrection: Pelosi on PDX

American Elephants: PDX failed CHOP

Woodsterman: Frazier in CHAZ and Rule 5

The Woodpile Report: Young woman and RIP

The Right Way: Patriot Day and Link-O-Rama

Diogenes' Middle Finger: A Karen Pissed Op-Ed

American Spectator: The Media's Attrocity Narrative

Animal Magnatism: 1776 Project and Gingermageddon

A View from the Beach: Oregon, My Oregon and Stone Free

Political Clown Parade: Plantation JoeFlowing Curves Of Beauty, and 😢

Proof Positive: Vintage Babe of the Week Susan Heyward and Best of the Web

1 comment:

  1. I'll add to my list and have a look as time allows.
    NetFart had a very good series on the drug culture, drug street business, etc. as well; the sad and sick underworld is shown in all it's gory glory.


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