A Brighton MP and the city's top policeman have called for personal drug use to be decriminalised as part of a radical rethink on the war on drugs./facepalm
Well, why not? With the Greens in charge, life will soon resemble a drug-addled dreamworld anyway…
Chief Superintendent Graham Bartlett said that a different approach should be looked at to tackle Brighton and Hove’s position as the UK’s drugs death capital.If Brighton really is the ‘UK’s drugs death capital’, how do they plan to prevent this by legalising drugs? Are the council going to personally quality-control all drugs in the city?
Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas said the “war on drugs has failed”.
Well, clearly not:
However Ch Supt Bartlett stressed that the manufacture and supply of drugs should remain a crime.So, just how’s that going to work, then? How’s that going to reduce your illegal drugs kill ratio?
I mean, are there any adults running things in Brighton?
Ch Supt Bartlett said:...“Providing people with treatment not only resolves their addiction – thereby minimising risk of overdose, drug related health issues, anti social behaviour and dependence on the state, for example – but cuts the cost to the community by reduced offending.”You’re clearly a moron. This is a recipe for failure on a scale never before seen...