posted on Jan, 30 2016 @ 01:48 AM
a reply to: rockintitz
If you've looked into the Calais camp you'll know the atrocious conditions are cultivated for a number of reasons. Mainly to stimulate donations. As a
side effect of the depressing conditions excessive drug use will certainly occur. Dealers will capitalise on this.
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, had a lump of white snot fall out of his nose on camera in parliament. He saw it fall and looked a little foolish.
I'm sure it doesn't do him any harm. Give's him the 'edge' as one misguided ATSer put it.
Researchers have further detailed the mechanism by which
high doses of coc aine kill neurons: they cannibalize themselves through the cellular process of autophagy
All sorts take drugs for all sorts of reasons. Unless you're picking them from the wild or growing them you need some sort of collateral to pay. Like
donated goods for example.
The point here is some will try to stick to the storyline that these people are all poor, lost souls who desperately need a meal and a dry bed.
Therefore they can't possibly be sitting around in cafes eating fine food and openly buying drugs. Yet all the foodie bloggers who visit the camp
can't get over the high quality of the food they encounter. Some even saying it's the best they tasted in France.
Meth, heroin, coke and of course plenty of weed and hash. Sounds a lot like the festivals we used to have, just with a much larger proportion of the
more addictive, brain eating itself type drugs.
edit on 30 1 2016 by Kester because: (no reason given)