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My Stepson's Best Friend OD'd Today--Build The Damn Wall NOW!

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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 07:10 AM
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a reply to: MrBuddy

Addiction is the result of childhood trauma.
Look up Dr Gabor Mate and addiction on youtube.... it may educate you on all addictions.




posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 07:20 AM
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"My step son's best friend died because of drug issues and bad parenting, everyone else around is also in hard drugs somehow, apparently we live in gotham city but who cares abouy how they got into it , right?

I will use this to move forward my stupid political obsession and i really dont waant to care about why those kids have the drug problems in the first place"

Who cares! build the waahh
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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 07:39 AM
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a reply to: IAMTAT

Some truths on Heroin you may not be aware of.

The Bayer arm of the Rothschild family patented Heroin

In 1898, the Bayer pharmaceutical company began an aggressive marketing campaign to sell its commercial preparation of Heroin. That was the name they gave to their formulation of diacetylmorphine, or the product of boiling morphine for several hours. Heroin was heavily promoted as being non-addicting, and therefore an excellent treatment for morphine addiction. Bronchitis, tuberculosis and other cough-inducing illnesses were also treated with Heroin. In 1906, the American Medical Association approved Heroin for general use and recommended that it be used in place of morphine.


It has been proven that various agencies within the US have been responsible for the importation and distribution of Heroin read Operation Mind Control by Walter Bowart. this is a book which Is based on FOI files from the CIA the CIA work for the Catholic church who the Rothschilds work for as well, the catholic church Is just a vehicle of the ruling classes those of whom you do not get told their names.
The catholics religion is Saturnalian worship or In english terms aliens from Saturn have a look put a space after saturn

90% of all heroin overdoses are because the person drinks alcohol.
Virtually all of the Illegal drugs are just pharmaceutical products amphetamine was the first In 1880
Calgam (B15 or pangamic acid from I-herb.com) was developed by the Russians to wean people off of drugs and alcohol It works.

Who do you think controls the drug cartels when they have satellite imaging that can reach below the surface of the earth and have the ability to drop a bomb anywhere they like with a drone, they could wipe out the coc aine or heroin industry within a week If they chose to.
But how are they going to keep the population dumbed down and all looking in the wrong direction.

And caffeine drinks could be renamed liquid coc aine as they are the same chemically in the body
Wheat contains opiates this is what makes us addicted to food
Break down the word catholic,
cath can be derived from cathar meaning pure
aholic Is latin for addicted to food and drink
add on the roman god of agriculture Saturn
add on the adam and eve story is related to paying the catholic church a 10% tithe
177 countries have signed up to the catholics Jus Cogens law.
Catholic means purely addicted to food and drink

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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 08:36 AM
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originally posted by: IAMTAT

originally posted by: iplay1up2
a reply to: IAMTAT

I am sorry for your loss. My Niece, has been a heroine addict for 10 years. I know what it is like. The thing is, yes the drugs come from Mexico, however they come through the ports of entry, 90% of the time.


Thank you. I'm sorry you're dealing with this too.
Most heroin and opioids come in through the US/Mexico border.
www.politifact.com...


Yes, usually smuggled over the legal entry/exit points - at least 90% estimated and a lot of that is by Americans for Americans. The wall wouldn't make any significant difference.



posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 09:10 AM
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originally posted by: uncommitted

originally posted by: IAMTAT

originally posted by: iplay1up2
a reply to: IAMTAT

I am sorry for your loss. My Niece, has been a heroine addict for 10 years. I know what it is like. The thing is, yes the drugs come from Mexico, however they come through the ports of entry, 90% of the time.


Thank you. I'm sorry you're dealing with this too.
Most heroin and opioids come in through the US/Mexico border.
www.politifact.com...


Yes, usually smuggled over the legal entry/exit points - at least 90% estimated and a lot of that is by Americans for Americans. The wall wouldn't make any significant difference.


How does anyone quantify what/how much actually comes into the country unobserved/un-intercepted from the vast unprotected areas of the immense border?

Logic dictates that it's a huge amount.



posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 09:17 AM
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Personal responsibility. Don't blame only the dealers



posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 10:18 AM
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a reply to: IAMTAT

Sad to say this but your step-son is probably lost as very very few people manage to kick this habit and stay away from this type of drug .

I have tried my hardest with 2 friends who got hooked but nothing worked , one died the other i let go to do his own thing in life .

Good luck with what ever path you go down



posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 10:20 AM
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a reply to: IAMTAT

That "logic" flies out the window when you look at any darknet market and realize how many kilos of anything you can name off the top of your head are shipped into this country daily. No border risk involved, just the risk of a customs letter asking if you'd like to claim your seized package.

The postal service doesn't seem to care much, either. Frankly it's probably what's keeping them afloat (aside from Amazon and things like Walmart home shipping) and they're more than likely aware of that.



posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 10:35 AM
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a reply to: stonerwilliam

That's a relatively pessimistic outlook but sadly undeniably true. I am a former junkie. Yes, former. I don't buy into this "I'll always be an addict in recovery" or "it's a disease, treat it as such" mentality. I made a conscious decision to get away from that life and stuck with it for various reasons. I made a conscious decision to play with opiates until I was addicted. We all did. Unless you're forced into addiction for the sex trade or something of that nature, we all did. I won't go into a rant about the nuances of becoming addicted but it's not cut and dry as people seem to think.

Sometimes there's a happy ending. Myself, a few friends and my cousin all went cold turkey at once years ago and never looked back. It's all a matter of easing withdrawal and personal resolve to not go back to that life. Apologies to people that feel differently but that's my personal experience. There's always a choice, as unpleasant as it may be.
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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 10:36 AM
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Don't you think it's time for the junkies to take personal responsibility for their own lives?


Sure thing. When wall critics stop picking and choosing when LAW matters.

Drugs,GUNZ,child trafficking, SEXUAL SLAVERY.

ALL border issues.



posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 10:49 AM
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a reply to: Magnivea

Years ago scientists put rats in a cage with two droppers... 1 containing water the other contained a heroin solution.... the rats went for the heroin and kept going back until they died. The scientists concluded that heroin was very addictive.
The experiment was repeated more recently and instead of the rat just being in a bare cage...... the rat was given toys and mazes.... basically a rat playground...... the rats did try the heroin but rarely.... they prefered the plain water.
Read about it on wiki.... Rat Park.
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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 10:50 AM
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originally posted by: Magnivea
a reply to: IAMTAT

That "logic" flies out the window when you look at any darknet market and realize how many kilos of anything you can name off the top of your head are shipped into this country daily. No border risk involved, just the risk of a customs letter asking if you'd like to claim your seized package.

The postal service doesn't seem to care much, either. Frankly it's probably what's keeping them afloat (aside from Amazon and things like Walmart home shipping) and they're more than likely aware of that.


And there you have it, in a nutshell.

It's a multi-billion dollar industry that everyone is making money from, even the postal service, so walls would be transparent.



posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 10:55 AM
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a reply to: Magnivea

On kicking the habit .

Getting away from the area and old friends is the only way it seems to kick the habit long term , but the people i know seem incapable of going long term they proudly tell you they are clean one week the next they are using again even the ones that come out of jail after many months clean go straight back to using , thankfully it is not something i have ever got into



posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 10:59 AM
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a reply to: MamaJ
Our government uses these cartels. Sure if there’s a wall it would be pretty effective deterrent against easy over the border cartel runs. Did you see the recent movie about the airline pilot who was Recruited by the CIA to run drugs from a difficult location ? They set him up and knocked him off eventually but his evidence lived on. If more of the wall is built and fortified then it will be harder for the cartels and also for our government to pretend they are not involved. Why should we make it easier with all this objection to the wall. Obviously, just legalizing it and setting up safe injection sites only makes it safer for junkies to get their fix but it’s not any kind of real solution. In fact I think it sets the wrong example entirely especially to young people. And by the way, George Soros is very much behind the push to legalize drugs and he has a motive of Open Borders so all this capitulation against securing the border.

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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 11:07 AM
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originally posted by: kelbtalfenek
a reply to: IAMTAT

Sorry to hear about your stepson's death. I've lost 2 coworkers recently to heroin addiction and it's tough.

I don't blame the border though. I blame the CIA and Afghanistan's poppies.

Drugs are going to come in via boat, plane, car, truck, ROVs, unmanned drones and every other possible way. A wall won't stop a single pill, joint or baggie. It just won't. It's not even a symbol of "we don't want your drugs." It's a useless expense for preventing drugs from crossing the border.

The CIA and I'm sure other government agencies have a shady past in the drug world. Just google CIA and Drugs and you'll get around 23 MILLION hits.
So let’s just make it easier them... yah that should take care of it.



posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 11:13 AM
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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 11:54 AM
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originally posted by: Skid Mark
a reply to: ThirdEyeofHorus
Obviously, you didn't watch the videos or read the linked articles, or even give the post in general much thought.
You’re right... I primarily see your post as an anti wall post and all the reasons why we shouldn’t have a wall, not whether a wall will stop or not stop or deter drug running over the border by cartels. You are obviously going to be against a border wall, no matter what, so its easy to see you are going to support all the pro Open Borders arguments, including the silly arguments about how the wall is going to disrupt the ecosystem. The Sierra Club is one of a number of radical environmental groups used by the Club of Rome and the proponents of Agenda 21. You’ve fallen for it hook line and sinker. As for the Indian res...well
Yah there’s a sovereignty issue there, but I’m pretty sure the CIA and the Democrats don’t give a rats patoot about that. The Democrats primarily use people for more power, just as they did when they gave the tribal residents of the Crow nation in Montana 40$ a head to vote for Jon Tester. Perhaps the Indians tribes really do want to preserve their right to free trade with Mexico and allow rampant drugs to come through their lands. Then so be it. They can also have the karma of the drugs coming through the res.

Sheriff Mark Lamb says illegal immigrants and smugglers come out of the reservation into his county in Arizona, 80 miles north of Mexico. Nearly 3,500 illegal border-crossers were detained in the first month of this year.
www.google.com...
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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 12:10 PM
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How do you know it was not pharmaceutical opioid or source was Mexico?



The opioid epidemic has occurred in three waves. The first wave began in 1991 when deaths involving opioids began to rise following a sharp increase in the prescribing of opioid and opioid-combination medications for the treatment of pain. The increase in opioid prescriptions was influenced by reassurances given to prescribers by pharmaceutical companies and medical societies claiming that the risk of addiction to prescription opioids was very low. During this time, pharmaceutical companies also began to promote the use of opioids in patients with non-cancer related pain even though there was a lack of data regarding the risks and benefits in these patients. By 1999, 86% of patients using opioids were using them for non-cancer pain. Communities where opioids were readily available and prescribed liberally were the first places to experience increased opioid abuse and diversion (the transfer of opioids from the individual for whom they were prescribed, to others, which is illegal).

The second wave of the opioid epidemic started around 2010 with a rapid increase in deaths from heroin abuse. As early efforts to decrease opioid prescribing began to take effect, making prescription opioids harder to obtain, the focus turned to heroin, a cheap, widely available, and potent illegal opioid. The use of heroin increased in both sexes, the majority of age brackets, and all socioeconomic groups. Deaths due to heroin-related overdose increased by 286% from 2002 to 2013, and approximately 80% of heroin users admitted to misusing prescription opioids before turning to heroin

The third wave of the epidemic began in 2013 as an increase in deaths related to synthetic opioids like fentanyl. The sharpest rise in drug-related deaths occurred in 2016 with over 20,000 deaths from fentanyl and related drugs. The increase in fentanyl deaths has been linked to illicitly manufactured fentanyl (not diverted medical fentanyl) used to replace or adulterate other drugs of abuse.

www.poison.org...

not sure the Wall will solve your son's problem or help with his friend's death...

If source was from Mexico...how do you know it was not some corrupt border guard taking bribes to let it in?

Also, the enemy is the pharma companies and one's to blame, in part to some extent...

Then you got to say, where do they get all the opium...

Well, Afghanistan ring a bell?
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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 12:39 PM
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Big Pharma in bed with politicians.... Open Borders, socialized medicine, the dumbing down of the populace and making them unfit to defend our country, illegal invasion; what do these all
Have in common....
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posted on Jan, 20 2019 @ 01:36 PM
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originally posted by: IAMTAT

originally posted by: Pandaram
These are bunch of junkies.. they will die soon. Like how American killed off by invaders germs? So building a wall someone country is stupid.. use the cash to buy more stash.


They're also someone's children!

Get help.


they're also junkies.

if a person got addicted before becoming an adult, i would blame the parents.
if after that, it's his own fault and you know that.

don't get me wrong, i'm all for building that damn wall, but do you really think it'll solve this particular problem?

it will NOT. where's demand, there's supply, and addicted person will do everything to get the next dose. if you think doing anything else than fighting with your stepson's addiction can solve his problem, you're terribly wrong. you could as well just nuke Mexico, it wouldn't change a damn thing. either he'll stop taking drugs, or he's as good as dead.

you may think i'm harsh, but you're in need of a serious reality check.







 
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