May 31 (Reuters) – Canada will temporarily decriminalize the possession of some illegal drugs like cocaine, MDMA and opioids for personal use by adults in British Columbia (B.C.) to help tackle a burgeoning drug abuse problem in the province, the government said on Tuesday.

The substances would remain illegal, but adults found in possession of up to 2.5 grams of the illicit substances will no longer be arrested, charged or have their drugs seized, according to an official statement.

Cool, so it’s legal now. That’s what legal means. It means you won’t face any consequences for doing said behaviour.

B.C., Canada’s westernmost province and the epicenter of the country’s overdose crisis, had requested the federal government for such an exemption in November.

The exemption, a first in Canada, is intended to reduce the stigma associated with substance use and make it easier for people to approach law enforcement and other authorities to seek guidance.

“Reduce the stigma,” is a term these propagandists use a lot. It means “we want more of this.” By “reducing the stigma,” around drug use, you get more drug use. Good thing none of the drugs they’re legalizing here are seriously addictive. Oh except for meth and cocaine, and opioids. Other than that, there are no downsides. 

“Eliminating criminal penalties for those carrying small amounts of illicit drugs for personal use will reduce stigma and harm and provide another tool for British Columbia to end the overdose crisis,” said federal Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Carolyn Bennett.

Federal Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Carolyn Bennett

No it will literally do the opposite you lying bitch. Nobody who has ever had a child overdose on these drugs supports this. Nobody. What is needed is harsher penalties for the doctors who over-prescribe opioids, street dealers, Sacklers, and yes, end users. This doublespeak is intended to drive you crazy, but make no mistake, this policy will lead to more Canadians dying of overdoses on our streets. And it will also make our streets less safe for you or I to walk down.

Over 26,000 people died from opioid-related overdoses roughly between 2016 and 2021 across Canada. Since 2016 in B.C., when the province declared a public health emergency, over 9,400 deaths have been recorded due to overdose.

“Substance use is a public health issue, not a criminal one,” said B.C.’s Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Sheila Malcolmson, adding that the exemption will help the province in fighting the crisis.

Yes, these people are evil, and no, you don’t need to take any of this seriously. Doing the opposite of common sense isn’t genius, they just think it’s funny to have you dying of opioids.

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  1. Great article as usual but there is one thing I disagree with;

    “What is needed is harsher penalties for the doctors who over-prescribe opioids, street dealers, Sacklers, and yes, end users.”

    I agree until the last part. The worst punishment for end users is making them get clean and sober long term. Not just a couple months in jail where they’re thinking about how high they’re going to get the day they get released or thinking about how high they got yesterday while in jail since drugs are easy to obtain in jails these days.

    If we want to end the drug crisis two things need to be done:

    One, the jews especially and also any other groups who usually distribute and sell the drugs such as mexicans, blacks, and chinese need to be eliminated or deported.

    Two, we need to deport basically all of the immigrants from the last 30 years or so back to their homeland and send the white “liberals” with them to serve as their benevolent rulers so they will improve the place and stay there. The reason behind that is so we can bring back jobs to the U.S.A. (and cananada too I reckon) and give our people a sense of purpose and a way to make a living and support a family. If they’re too busy doing living a good life then they usually will not have the time or desire to do drugs.

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