West of the Mississippi, Crystal Meth is Still Killing More People Than Fentanyl

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 28, 2019

Meth seems so retro.

I guess it really is a different world out West.

I think part of the thing is that meth is really a gay drug that some rural whites did for a while because there were no opioids. Downtrodden white people are pretty much always going to be naturally more drawn to opioids.


According to CNN, reports from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics reveal that though fentanyl is still the deadliest drug in America, some parts of the U.S. see more fatalities from methamphetamine.

The report states that in 2017, fentanyl was associated with 38.9% of all drug overdose deaths, an increase from 2016, when it was associated with 29% of all fatal overdoses.

Despite this, methamphetamine was the drug most associated with overdoses in the western half of the country.

According to the CDC, the number of people dying from overdoses involving psychostimulants (such as methamphetamine and cocaine) rose above 10,000 in 2017. This was a 37% increase from what it had been in 2016.

Methamphetamine was the drug most frequently involved in overdose deaths in Louisiana, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming, Arizona, California, Hawaii and Nevada and Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

I guess it’s also just due to general cultural trends.

Probably not many faggots in Montana.

You know what the solution to this is, though?

We asked Charlie Kirk and the solution is very simple, but not easy:

  • Mass immigration from India to replace white people
  • Endless billions to Israel so they can have gay sex
  • Wars in the Middle East

That is the only way we are going to fix these problems.

You might not like it.

But that is the conservative answer.