Tuesday, October 27, 2009

National party keen to see "P" remains on the streets

Simon Bridges and the National Party have been beguilling the public with hollow promises and propaganda since they got into power, and in a recent column in the local newspaper, Simon Bridges - National MP tells the public how they intend to rid us of the "P" problem, but I am not taken in for one millisecond by his handsome smile, popularity seeking propaganda exercises.

You see in their effort to make you believe they are doing something to eradicate the evil drug "P" from the streets, this solutions-bereft party are just promising to do more of exactly the same that has been done and failed before, because the only real solution to the problem would not be a popular one, so instead of actually fixing the problem, they want talk you into believing they are fixing it.

If you were to poke yourself in the eye with a sharp stick you would find it very painful. Why then try poking yourself in the eye with a sharp stick again and again just to see if it still hurts?
Some would have learnt their lesson the first time, but not the National party - oh no - they keep on poking that stick in there, just hoping that one day it won't hurt.

The reason they continue to do that is because it is not their money they spend in doing it! Easy come, easy go - Poke - Ouch!

Well, here is a prediction for you (and remember, I am not getting paid for my predictions like simple Simon) I predict "P" will still be available despite the additional bucket-loads of taxpayers money they intend to waste in their previously tried and failed attempts at ridding us of the "P" scourge that they themselves precipitate. It will be more expensive because it may be harder to get, and there will be more armed robberies as addicts put the lives of innocent New Zealanders at risk in their struggle to feed their addiction. A stronger, more dangerous drug made from dried mushrooms and toothpaste (or whatever) will be developed, and the major political parties will all start the process of poking themselves in the eye with sharp sticks again.

It is quite obvious that these people don't want to eradicate "P" otherwise they would stop doing the things that have failed in the past - they just want to be seen to be seen to be trying, and which quite frankly is a pitiful waste of their time and my money and a danger to the lives of innocent Kiwis.

I predict that the very measures that they favour to fix the problem will ensure that the problem continues to plague us, therefore making them the cause of the problem!

It is time to face the harsh and realistic facts. Make no mistake, no matter what the government do, and regardless of how much education and prohibition is in place, some people will still chose to take "P." (and other drugs for that matter)

To reduce the harm caused by "P" - and everybody will agree this is the most harmful and evil drug ever to hit the streets - then drug takers need to have options (which they dont have at present because they are also illegal, and hard to obtain)

Legalise all drugs, make them available from legitimate pharmacies and manufacturers.
Spend the money wasted on the ineffective and totally useless war on drugs on TRUTHFUL, FACTUAL drug education (as opposed to the sensationalism and demonisation of cannabis), and rehabilitation programmes.

Drug problems should be the concern of drug takers
Stop forcing the problems of drug takers onto innocent, non-drug takers


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