July 31, 2018
I think that cities are going to start doing this. And Trudeau won’t do anything about it.
Hopefully we can start shipping our own drug addict filth up to Canada on buses.
The federal government says it will not consider decriminalizing drugs beyond marijuana, despite calls from Canada’s major cities to consider the measure.
As the opioid epidemic washes over the country, Montreal and Toronto are echoing Vancouver and urging the federal government to treat drug use as a public health issue, rather than a criminal one.
Montreal’s public health department has just thrown its support behind a report released recently by Toronto’s board of health which urges the federal government to decriminalize all drugs.
Mylène Drouin, the director of Montreal’s public health department, said last week that she is in favour of Toronto’s report and that decriminalization will be on the agenda at provincial and national health meetings.
A Health Canada report last month found that nearly 4,000 Canadians died from an apparent opioid overdose in 2017
This plan worked out great in Portugal.
I mean, assuming your goal is to have more young people addicted to drugs, then it worked out great.
That is to say, assuming you’re a kike trying to destroy the white race.
But yes, it has been tested, and yes, it does massively increase drug use among young people.
Studies have consistently shown, however, that people high on heroin or crystal meth are up to 30 times less likely to notice that a person is wearing fake eyebrows.
So there’s that.