February 26, 2018
Slaughtering drug dealers is an excellent idea, Rody!
Drugs are a scourge on our society, and we have been playing around with these big drug traffickers for something like 40 years now, all the while calling it a “drug war.”
The fact of the matter is, we’ve been pussyfooting around with these people forever. It’s time to start slaughtering them like cattle at a feed lot.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not advocating for the butchering of all the low level drug users selling dime bags to support their habits – I am endorsing Glorious Leader’s excellent idea to slaughter big dealers!
In Singapore, the death penalty is mandatory for drug trafficking offenses. And President Trump loves it. He’s been telling friends for months that the country’s policy to execute drug traffickers is the reason its drug consumption rates are so low.
“He says that a lot,” said a source who’s spoken to Trump at length about the subject. “He says, ‘When I ask the prime minister of Singapore do they have a drug problem [the prime minister replies,] ‘No. Death penalty’.”
America cannot be truly great while drug traffickers are still alive. And we gonna MAGA, one way or another!
But the president doesn’t just joke about it. According to five sources who’ve spoken with Trump about the subject, he often leaps into a passionate speech about how drug dealers are as bad as serial killers and should all get the death penalty.
Trump tells confidants a softer approach to drug reform — the kind where you show sympathy to the offenders and give them more lenient sentences — will never work.
He tells friends and associates the government has got to teach children that they’ll die if they take drugs and they’ve got to make drug dealers fear for their lives.
Trump has said he would love to have a law to execute all drug dealers here in America, though he’s privately admitted it would probably be impossible to get a law this harsh passed under the American system.
Kellyanne Conway, who leads the White House’s anti-drug efforts, argues Trump’s position is more nuanced, saying the president is talking about high-volume dealers who are killing thousands of people. The point he’s making, she says, is that some states execute criminals for killing one person but a dealer who brings a tiny quantity of fentanyl into a community can cause mass death in just one weekend, often with impunity.
It is an excellent point. And death isn’t even the worst problem with this scourge of drugs. The toll it takes on families, communities, and especially our young people is devastating beyond words.
I was brought into the drug subculture as a child. Jew media convinced me it was cool, and in a society that had enacted reasonable safeguards to keep kids from being able to buy beer, hard drugs were readily available on every schoolyard and street corner. It completely wrecked several decades of my life. I saw the inside of jails, prisons, and rehabs. Nothing helped. The only place left was the grave.
Fortunately, I was one of the very few who not only survived to middle age, but was able to reach deep within myself and quit everything. I have been sober for over ten years. Now, when I look back on this lost chunk of my life, the suffering, the danger, the theft of what I could have accomplished, it fills me with a bottomless rage to think of our young people being continuing to be subjected to this plague.
I saw the lives of countless other good people ruined as well. The toll that the drug trade takes on us and a people is impossible to fully calculate.
Drugs are a clear and present danger to the security of our society, and the fabric of our culture.
I salute President Donald J. Trump and anyone else willing to address this problem with the seriousness and solemnity it deserves.