July 10, 2017
For eons, kike journalists, kike sociology professors, kike politicians and other luminaries of progress and civilization have assured us stupid goyim that the “slippery slope” is just a fallacy that we’re using because we have no better arguments.
It turns out, once again, that not only is the slippery slope real, but it’s more slipperier than anyone could’ve predicted.
The Oregon legislature passed two bills Thursday decriminalizing small amounts of six hard drugs, including cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and ecstasy.
The first of the two bills now headed to the governor’s desk, HB 2355, decriminalizes possession of the drugs so long as the offender has neither a felony nor more than two prior drug convictions on record, according to the Lund Report. The second, HB 3078, reduces drug-related property crimes from felonies to misdemeanors.
Notice that they’re still not fully decriminalized, but that’ll come as soon as they figure out the current law is racist, because you know all seven and a half niggers in Oregon all use drugs and all have multiple convictions.
Republican State Sen. Jackie Winters claimed the war on drugs as it currently exists amounts to “institutional racism” due to how more frequently minorities are charged with drug crimes than whites.
What did I just say?
“There is empirical evidence that there are certain things that follow race. We don’t like to look at the disparity in our prison system,” Winters said during a hearing. “It is institutional racism. We can pretend it doesn’t exist, but it does.”
You can pretend most niggers aren’t clinically retarded and prone to criminality of every kind, but they are. And you can’t change biology, no matter how much you try.
This was caused by poverty. We all know the saying “I’m so hungry I could rape a horse,” right?
The second bill reduces mandatory minimum sentences for many property crimes and also increases the number of previous convictions necessary for a felony charge. It provides $7 million in funding for diversion programs to help lower Oregon’s prison population.
Sterilization would be much cheaper, and would actually work.
Winters and other supporters of the bills argue the answer to America’s drug crisis is treatment, not prison time.
“It would be like putting them in the state penitentiary for having diabetes,” Democratic Rep. Mitch Greenlick told the Lund Report. “This is a chronic brain disorder and it needs to be treated this way.”
People with diabetes don’t whack people in the head for money when they need a fix. Somebody who’s on heroin is not even a minimally functional human being, and your stupid little programs won’t help 99% of them. The only solution to the drug problem is a healthy all-White society, everything else is just a waste of money.
For any of you reading this that are on drugs – quit. Right now. If you really can’t manage your day-to-day life without some mind altering substance, at least make sure it’s alcohol and not this crap. A man can still function by drinking a couple of bottles of wine a day, unlike heroine or cocaine, which are essentially an even dumber form of suicide. I drank an entire bottle of red wine in the last hour, and I can still do anything I could when I’m sober, including watch anime, write this article, then watch more anime.
You too can live the dream, but only if you don’t take drugs. So, like, don’t take drugs, okay?
Just say no