Man, I just can’t even tell you how much I hate being right all the time.
But here we are again.
It was just before 8 p.m. in late June in the Kensington section of Philadelphia when Rosalind Pichardo, founder of the nonprofit Operation Save Our City, rushed to aid a young man in the middle of an opioid overdose.
“Sunshine, you want us to call the paramedics?” she asked the man. He remained unresponsive.
Pichardo worked for 15 minutes to revive him using the overdose-reversal drug Narcan.
After she saved his life, she wrote a name inside her pocket-size Bible. His was 410 — all are the names of those she has saved. She calls them her “sunshines.”
“I write in here everyone that means something to me, everyone that everybody else rejected and stigmatized, everyone else,” she said.
There were 1,150 drug-overdose-related deaths last year in Philadelphia, 80 percent of them from opioids, particularly the synthetic opioid fentanyl. It’s too much for one woman to take on alone.
A crisis within a crisis
Pichardo has worked the streets since 2017 trying to beat back an epidemic that has stymied city planners and health professionals for years. Her work got even harder this spring.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the opioid crisis has steadily worsened. More than 35 states report increases in opioid-related deaths, according to the American Medical Association, which issued a paper July 20 citing local media reports of “increases in opioid-related mortality — particularly from illicitly manufactured fentanyl and fentanyl analogs.”
Overdoses nationwide jumped by 42 percent in May, The Washington Post reported last month, although not all of them were fatal, according to the Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program, or ODMAP, a federal initiative that collects data from ambulance teams, hospitals and police.
ODMAP’s June report found a 17.59 percent increase in overdoses reported during the period of stay-at-home orders, March 19 to May 19. Over 61 percent of participating ODMAP counties reporting increases.
In Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, dispatch calls for overdoses increased by more than 50 percent in March and April compared to the same period last year. Franklin County, Ohio, reported 50 percent more deaths in the first four months of 2020 than in the same period last year, according to the county coroner, who also reported a pattern of weekend spikes during the pandemic.
Fight for safe injection site in Philadelphia
Pichardo doesn’t want to do it alone. She wants her sunshines to have a safe space to go, where they aren’t at risk of dying alone in alleyways or on park benches. That’s why she believes in a city-supported supervised injection site.
In Philadelphia, the pandemic’s impact on the opioid crisis led to renewed calls by harm reduction advocates, the city’s district attorney and other activists for the nonprofit group Safehouse to open the country’s first government-sanctioned supervised injection site. Such a site would allow people who use opioids to use drugs with medical staff members on hand to save lives in the event of overdoses.
“This is a prime example of why we need Safehouse,” Pichardo said, pointing to the overdose we witnessed as a high-risk, potentially fatal — yet avoidable — scenario. “The gentleman was using alone. He was on the ground by himself. If we weren’t around, he would’ve died. It’s really that simple.”
Safe injection sites may be a new idea in Philadelphia, but it’s a tested idea. There are more than 100 safe injection sites around the world. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a safe injection site known as Insite has been in operation for over a decade, run by Vancouver Coastal Health, the regional health network. Since Insite began operating, there have been no deaths inside.
They are going to legalize public drug use across the country under the guise of “it’s safer.”
Maybe some of the people involved in it actually believe that it is safer. (I’m sure it maybe kind of is safer, if you have government workers helping people to shoot up with fresh clean needles and so on.) But the actual agenda is something different. The actual agenda is to ensure that people go to drugs rather than resistance against the regime.
Opioids are almost entirely a white problem. For some reason, white people just really like these kinds of drugs, whereas black and brown people tend to prefer crack cocaine or amphetamines.
Moreover, drug use has a direct correlation to IQ. People with higher IQs use drugs much more frequently, and are generally more open to trying drugs.
What’s even more, people with higher IQs are more prone to emotional disorders caused by environmental stress (obvious connection to drug use there).
Scientific American has a good article about this:
To explain their findings, Karpinski and her colleagues propose the hyper brain/hyper body theory. This theory holds that, for all of its advantages, being highly intelligent is associated with psychological and physiological “overexcitabilities,” or OEs. A concept introduced by the Polish psychiatrist and psychologist Kazimierz Dabrowski in the 1960s, an OE is an unusually intense reaction to an environmental threat or insult. This can include anything from a startling sound to confrontation with another person.
Psychological OEs include a heighted tendency to ruminate and worry, whereas physiological OEs arise from the body’s response to stress. According to the hyper brain/hyper body theory, these two types of OEs are more common in highly intelligent people and interact with each other in a “vicious cycle” to cause both psychological and physiological dysfunction. For example, a highly intelligent person may overanalyze a disapproving comment made by a boss, imagining negative outcomes that simply wouldn’t occur to someone less intelligent. That may trigger the body’s stress response, which may make the person even more anxious.
I’m experiencing that, looking at this unfolding situation. I’m sure a lot of you are too.
Meanwhile, retards are coming at me, saying the economy hasn’t really collapsed, or that Donald Trump is going to win easily, or actually if Joe Biden wins the election things will get better (???). I envy these retards, because they will not feel the pain until it actually arrives. I’m feeling it as if it had happened already, as I play all of these things out in my brain.
I’m not going to go on drugs, but I can certainly see why someone would. I’m lucky enough to have a purpose, and a job that is going to keep going regardless. Virtually no one has these advantages that I have.
By creating a high availability of drugs in the middle of a crisis, you’re targeting high intelligence white men, getting them on hooked on drugs. This necessarily takes them out of the game. We do not have fentanyl addicts who are out there fighting the good fight.
We are still right now in the calm before the storm, because the economy has not yet collapsed. When the rug finally gets pulled, we’re going to see people really start to snap. That is when you’re going to see people ready to embrace simply becoming drug addicts, as no one is going to see any future anyway. Basically, becoming an injection opioid addict is a form of committing suicide. If you’ve made that decision because you were caught in a social simulation designed to cause you to make that decision, you’ve effectively been murdered.
What the government is planning to do with these drugs is a genocide. All of this was designed to directly and specifically target white men for death on a mass scale.
We know that millions of people in the third world will die from starvation as a result of the lockdown. More millions of whites are going to die from drugs and suicide. Billions are going to have their lives completely destroyed in various ways.
We still have the government and media claiming that all of this is worth it because we prevented grandma from dying of the flu. Right now, they’re out there making the claim that it’s all worth it, for the flu. They’re increasing the extreme measures, despite the fact that we’ve probably already reached herd immunity.
There are no adults to swoop in and fix this situation. We are just here, doomed.