Tuesday, 20 June 2006

Politicians should say what they think about drugs

In the 16 December 2010 edition of The Daily Telegraph, Andrew M. Brown, the editor of Catholic Life, suggested that 'politicians should say what they really think about drugs'.

The better to identify who to string up when the time comes? Because so many of them seem to be up for legalising even the most dangerous drugs nowadays?

'Fraid not, after telling us that, Bob Ainsworth, the minister responsible for narcotics policy between 2001 and 2003, called for an end to the ‘war on drugs’, Brown said, 'Mr Ainsworth’s remarks are to be welcomed.'

Glenn Greenwald, a 'libertarian' Jewish Yank, 'simply thinks that the current system is causing more harm than good'.

The PC Crowd and the New World order never 'simply' think anything. They work out what damage their malice aforethought will do well in advance. However, that 'the current system is causing more harm than good' is obvious. 'We should try something different.'

Oh yes, but we shouldn't be trying what Brown, Ainsworth and Greenwald wish to foist upon us. Here's what should be done.

Execute the immigrant drug Barons and deport their families. Confiscate the 'billions... channelled to their criminal networks'. Flog and brand the immigrant dealers, confiscate their ill-gotten gains and then deport them and their families.

Flog the indigenous dealers and have them 'doing the jobs we don't want to do any more' for ten years. Flog the criminal users and have them 'doing the jobs we don't want to do any more' for three years.

All users who fund their habit through crime, who happen to be foreign-born, to be deported at the end of their sentence. Along with their families.

Of course, if none of these things are done and Messrs, Brown, Ainsworth, Greenwald get their way, the never-ending war upon our heritage, history, values, standards and culture will continue.

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