- Nov 12, 2022
Some very interesting stats here regarding homeless deaths in what is considered a "wealthy" county. Fentanyl for the win.
No one said they were dumb! LolHomeless is such a nice term for government funded professional addicts.
Remember people, alcohol is also a drug.
Give them an apartment, they move into the street and 'rent' their tax payer paid apartment for drug money.
The only way they are going to fix the fentanyl problem is by making drugs legal. If an addict can get a prescription for oxy or heroin and use pharmacy grade drugs it will shut down the cartel. But that will never happen. It’s highly probable this country hasn’t gone bankrupt because we’re paid off by the Cartel. Just my thoughts. Wouldn’t be surprised. I mean shit. Between Covid and fentanyl one might think there’s a conspiracy to depopulate the country/ world. And rumors of “A Great Reset”, we are probably just pawns getting screwed up the ass because powerful people want to save the planet. Too bad they can’t create a virus or drug that only kills The Right. LolSome very interesting stats here regarding homeless deaths in what is considered a "wealthy" county. Fentanyl for the win.
Who would think that allowing them to congregate in one place with unfettered access to drugs would lead to drug users who find themselves homeless to flock there? LA is a different situation to any other city. The homeless are the symptom, Californians are the disease. When you said "we bear responsibility" yes you do. I however do not. You still live in a city that does not have enough housing for its residents. You choose to still live there despite the fact that you could leave and have more disposable income. People are supposed to migrate to where you have optimal access to resources. Californians uniquely all hail from a lineage that has followed a gold rush and didn't move on when the gold ran dry.
There's already well documented solutions to the drug problem. Switzerland's model took 20 years to completely solve their drug crisis from the day they decided to transition from criminalization to treatment. Oddly in the US the camps seem to be authoritarian or anarchist in terms of drug policy. Both of which are well documented as abject failures in terms of policy.
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