reply to post by JohnySeagull
In complete agreement with everything you've written Johnny, not just this post i'm replying to, but pretty much all of them.
The drugs issue is bunk, always has been and probably always will be.
Blair - "Our new policy: Youths caught drunk and disorderly, will be marched by the police to the nearest cashpoint and fined £100 on the spot" a
few days later that policy went away, after Blair's teenage son was picked up pissed on the street causing trouble...surprising that.
Cameron - caught with Cannabis at Eton but wasn't expelled, just given 'Lines'..here's one of them i suspect "smoked a few joints at
Eton...didn't like it much" but admits he took illegal drugs all the same, and presumably, according to government must have supported organised
crime, and is now a heavy drug addict, as according to the Gov Cannabis 'is a gateway drug to hard drugs' nevertheless Cameron becomes Prime
Minister of GB.
Osborne we know about his penchant for coke and illegal prostitution thanks to this thread.
Prince Harry - Caught multiple times with Cannabis, pissed etc. etc. not even a police caution. There are young men and women, in prison RIGHT NOW who
have had their lives ruined by the state's hypocrisy, the soft drugs on the other hand, and rather ironically didn't harm them at all.
The list goes on and on i suppose. Same in the USA too...we have Clintons 'I didn't inhale quip' and Obama admits he 'tried pot'.
It's the pot calling the kettle black, that's what it is.
It's little wonder these Sky 'news' (and i used the word news lightly) muppets are laughing, look who owns most of Sky...and who until recently
also owned thenewsoftheworld too..it just surprises me, how many are taken in by this BS brainwashing.