Canada Wants to Cancel Firearm Sales and Transfers, but Are Now Looking at the Decriminalization of Hard Drugs like Meth and Cocaine
In an odd turn of events, Canada is testing out the decriminalization of certain hard drugs like methamphetamines and cocaine. Oddly, just five years after calling the opioid crisis a public health emergency, they are now trying a new way of doing things even though the crisis has only skyrocketed as time has gone on.
I know there are many different ways of thinking about this. We all know the war on drugs in America hasn’t worked and, therefor, many just want all drugs decriminalized. That being said, it’s still very odd to see the tranny of gun control going all in up there in Canada, only for them to turn around and decriminalize hard drugs. Maybe the World Economic Forum’s own ideas on ‘needing to drug everyone who is useless’ is part of the plan in Canada? After all, Trudeau has followed the WEF’s ideology almost to a ‘T’ so far.
Canada will allow adults to possess a combined total of 2.5 grams of opioids, cocaine, methamphetamines and MDMA (also known as Extasy and Molly) for a time-limited three year trial. So, firearms are a ‘no’ and hard drugs are a ‘yes.’ The Canadian government is instructing law enforcement that even though these drugs are still illegal, if you are an adult found in possession under the legal limit, you will simply receive information on available health and social services. Your drugs WILL NOT be taken.
Federal minister of mental health and addictions, Carolyn Bennett, stated on Tuesday that “for too many years, the ideological opposition to harm reduction has cost lives”.
On top of all this, you have Edmonton police “dancing away crime” up there in that lost country known as Canada. Check out our first episode in our new video series, STATE OF THINGS, which covers everything in this article.
Are you a Canadian? A little mad at how hard we are being on your country? Don’t worry, most countries are pretty screwed right now. The USA isn’t far behind…
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