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Drug users: Should they be shot on sight?

 
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DEA bait thread. LOL
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"No I am talking about illegal and serious drugs here like crack LSD Meth and Marijuana."

Bahahaha, what? 2 of those(LSD and weed) have almost no negative effects, unless you're just simply not intelligent enough to handle the effects of the substance, like a bad trip. If you're gonna say weed and LSD are bad, then alcohol has to be on there too then, since it is more addictive and more damaging than both combined. While we're at it, we might as well add caffeine, so if you've ever had coffee or a soda, well tough luck, firing line for you according to AC
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Should we give our officers the tools they need to execute suspected drug users on sight? I see no reason why not. Drug users are responsible for a great deal of pollution, and they are undesirable. Many other nations already allow for the execution of drug dealers. Why not drug users? We could use sophisticated technology such as helmet cams and night vision in order to make entertaining reality TV shows involving officers gunning the druggies down in the darkness. In fact, we could have the officers give all the jail inmates a "get-out-of-jail-free-card" by getting them to voluntarily take bath salts in exchange for an immediate release from jail in to the outskirts of town where the killing squads lurk.
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Good that you say this. Now we know one of the people to take and make sure you are hung until you are dead. you like death then we of the activated DNA will help you...You are scum and worst of all is that you do not know that you are fly infested horse shit..Death will come for you walking talking monkey...It will be a very good day when we know that people like you are gone...Go and crawl back to the hose shit you where birthed from
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Responsible drug use is part of a healthy adult lifestyle. Sure, you could go your whole life without, but that would be like choosing to die a virgin. There is no virtue in that and only limits your human experience for no good reason. Anything can be destructive if abused but most drugs are not nearly as dangerous as we've been led to believe when used responsibly and in moderation.
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does OP drink coffee?


caffeine works more actively on dopamine receptors than cocaine


just a FYI
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Yeah, same as parking violators.
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Shooting drug dealers makes more sense dickhead
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Well i agree with a number of opinions here and on both sides of the fence. Hmm. Having taken the usual recreational drugs over the years on and off myself, experimented a good bit i suppose, i have seen the darker side of drugs and the nefarious people who are involved with them.

It is very true that, there are some very dangerous caricatures in this world on a daily basis. Many of these i would say are habitual users of, or occasional abusers of certain hardline drugs and or alcohol. It doesn't really matter, the end results of their anarchy is all to familiar to a more brighter world which strives to be.

But there are dangerous people in our world, regardless if drugs are involved or not. The younger generation who are getting into drugs, at an ever increasing age, they are the dangerous, loose cannon feral kids who we here so much about here in the Uk.

I found both sides of people who experiment with drugs, fun, insanely funny individuals who really are "out there", odd caricatures never to be forgotten, and sadly the incriminating minds, dangerous and very unhinged.

The punishment never fits the crime, so the victims continue to endure through their piece of darkness and lack of justice.
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Well i agree with a number of opinions here and on both sides of the fence. Hmm. Having taken the usual recreational drugs over the years on and off myself, experimented a good bit i suppose, i have seen the darker side of drugs and the nefarious people who are involved with them.

It is very true that, there are some very dangerous caricatures in this world on a daily basis. Many of these i would say are habitual users of, or occasional abusers of certain hardline drugs and or alcohol. It doesn't really matter, the end results of their anarchy is all to familiar to a more brighter world which strives to be.

But there are dangerous people in our world, regardless if drugs are involved or not. The younger generation who are getting into drugs, at an ever increasing age, they are the dangerous, loose cannon feral kids who we here so much about here in the Uk.

I found both sides of people who experiment with drugs, fun, insanely funny individuals who really are "out there", odd caricatures never to be forgotten, and sadly the incriminating minds, dangerous and very unhinged.

The punishment never fits the crime, so the victims continue to endure through their piece of darkness and lack of justice.
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Great post. Thanks for sharing your experience and knowledge. Very interesting.
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Wait until they are breaking into your house.
Then blow their "brains" out.
You'll be doing them, and the world, a favor.
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Well i agree with a number of opinions here and on both sides of the fence. Hmm. Having taken the usual recreational drugs over the years on and off myself, experimented a good bit i suppose, i have seen the darker side of drugs and the nefarious people who are involved with them.

It is very true that, there are some very dangerous caricatures in this world on a daily basis. Many of these i would say are habitual users of, or occasional abusers of certain hardline drugs and or alcohol. It doesn't really matter, the end results of their anarchy is all to familiar to a more brighter world which strives to be.

But there are dangerous people in our world, regardless if drugs are involved or not. The younger generation who are getting into drugs, at an ever increasing age, they are the dangerous, loose cannon feral kids who we here so much about here in the Uk.

I found both sides of people who experiment with drugs, fun, insanely funny individuals who really are "out there", odd caricatures never to be forgotten, and sadly the incriminating minds, dangerous and very unhinged.

The punishment never fits the crime, so the victims continue to endure through their piece of darkness and lack of justice.
 Quoting: CaptiveR 17046975


Great post. Thanks for sharing your experience and knowledge. Very interesting.
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No problem. Glp should always be about the users and their experience and knowledge and not just the thread titles themselves, even if this one is antagonistic.
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Maybe we should then shot meat eaters, then vegitarians , people who wear blue or people with holes in thier socks? WTF.
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Yep! SMOKE 'em if they SMOKE up

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Yep! SMOKE 'em if they SMOKE up

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Just kidding!!
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Should the cops that drink coffee to get them through their 24 hour shifts start shooting each other?

Caffeine is a drug, and you are an idiot.
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No I am talking about illegal and serious drugs here like crack LSD Meth and Marijuana.
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What if pot were legal, 15 or so states allow it.

So if the listed drugs were not illegal, leave em alone or murder away like a muslim, op???
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lsd should be mandatory...
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hey OP you did not answer my question.

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Absolutely ALL drug user should be shot on site! No questions asked!iamwith Except if those drugs are approved by the FDA, or Guvment.
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I wonder how many fat fuckers are falling for this troll, banging away at the keyboard complaining about useless tax eating druggies while they load up on a few more pizzas and a lifetime of state benefits and healthcare due to obesity.
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Should the cops that drink coffee to get them through their 24 hour shifts start shooting each other?

Caffeine is a drug, and you are an idiot.
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No I am talking about illegal and serious drugs here like crack LSD Meth and Marijuana.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17495082


Marijuana and LSD aren't drugs, they're brain vitamins.
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Brain vitamins?

You sound retarded.
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An apt answer then to a retards question.
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Should we give our officers the tools they need to execute suspected drug users on sight? I see no reason why not. Drug users are responsible for a great deal of pollution, and they are undesirable. Many other nations already allow for the execution of drug dealers. Why not drug users? We could use sophisticated technology such as helmet cams and night vision in order to make entertaining reality TV shows involving officers gunning the druggies down in the darkness. In fact, we could have the officers give all the jail inmates a "get-out-of-jail-free-card" by getting them to voluntarily take bath salts in exchange for an immediate release from jail in to the outskirts of town where the killing squads lurk.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17495082


Here's an interesting bit of news for you, OP.

Did you know that the US Constitution actually prohibits government from regulating what you put into your body or what you do with it? See, what is written in the Constitution after the Preamble is what protects our inalienable rights given to us by God and not men among which are the pursuit of Life, Liberty and Happiness. The government was never given the power to legislate morality - that was considered, by commonsense, to be the purview of the family and the community which included the church. All of these laws that regulate, forbid and make illegal the use of any substance are, in fact, unconstitutional as they take away a person's right to pursue Life, Liberty and Happiness as the individual sees fit.

Now, do I think that putting harmful substances in the body is a wise thing? Hell no. But I respect the right of an individual to make bad choices. Putting the drug in their body is their right, however, how they behave afterwards is where the law comes in. If their behavior threatens the Life, Liberty and Happiness of another sovereign individual, it is the responsibility of Legislators to create law which provides for the protection of each individual's rights without restricting the rights of other individuals. This is why there should only be punishment for the behavior and not for the act of using the substance.

Most people don't understand this which is why we have ended up with the police state so many people bitch about.
 Quoting: Éireann


Éireann is 100% correct, the way of life is really simple... We all have rights, my rights end where yours begins. It's really that simple. Now having someone tell you what you can eat or drink or smoke is bad enough, but to have someone that wants to kill you for it is just plain asinine.


The sad thing is that there are people that really believe they have the right to kill others and they use some insane justifications.


Now this idea of killing drug users because they may pose a threat to others smells like that movie with Tom Cruise called "Minority Report". You can't kill someone because they "may" do something. It doesn't work that way in the west.

Drugs were around before man...They have helped man survive on this planet with their medicinal qualities. Their uses in religious practices is documented. Their use in recreation is a relief to humanity when used responsibly.

To all the people that agree with the OP on this...I don't hold it against you, it is your lack of understanding, education, compassion, information, and experience, that and the fact that you are more than likely repeating someone else's feelings toward the matter as you have no experience to actually form an opinion on the subject.

I just hope that when you have children they grow up to be responsible recreational drug users to see if you still feel that way.
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Should we give our officers the tools they need to execute suspected drug users on sight? I see no reason why not. Drug users are responsible for a great deal of pollution, and they are undesirable. Many other nations already allow for the execution of drug dealers. Why not drug users? We could use sophisticated technology such as helmet cams and night vision in order to make entertaining reality TV shows involving officers gunning the druggies down in the darkness. In fact, we could have the officers give all the jail inmates a "get-out-of-jail-free-card" by getting them to voluntarily take bath salts in exchange for an immediate release from jail in to the outskirts of town where the killing squads lurk.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17495082


Here's an interesting bit of news for you, OP.

Did you know that the US Constitution actually prohibits government from regulating what you put into your body or what you do with it? See, what is written in the Constitution after the Preamble is what protects our inalienable rights given to us by God and not men among which are the pursuit of Life, Liberty and Happiness. The government was never given the power to legislate morality - that was considered, by commonsense, to be the purview of the family and the community which included the church. All of these laws that regulate, forbid and make illegal the use of any substance are, in fact, unconstitutional as they take away a person's right to pursue Life, Liberty and Happiness as the individual sees fit.

Now, do I think that putting harmful substances in the body is a wise thing? Hell no. But I respect the right of an individual to make bad choices. Putting the drug in their body is their right, however, how they behave afterwards is where the law comes in. If their behavior threatens the Life, Liberty and Happiness of another sovereign individual, it is the responsibility of Legislators to create law which provides for the protection of each individual's rights without restricting the rights of other individuals. This is why there should only be punishment for the behavior and not for the act of using the substance.

Most people don't understand this which is why we have ended up with the police state so many people bitch about.
 Quoting: Éireann


Éireann is 100% correct, the way of life is really simple... We all have rights, my rights end where yours begins. It's really that simple. Now having someone tell you what you can eat or drink or smoke is bad enough, but to have someone that wants to kill you for it is just plain asinine.


The sad thing is that there are people that really believe they have the right to kill others and they use some insane justifications.


Now this idea of killing drug users because they may pose a threat to others smells like that movie with Tom Cruise called "Minority Report". You can't kill someone because they "may" do something. It doesn't work that way in the west.

Drugs were around before man...They have helped man survive on this planet with their medicinal qualities. Their uses in religious practices is documented. Their use in recreation is a relief to humanity when used responsibly.

To all the people that agree with the OP on this...I don't hold it against you, it is your lack of understanding, education, compassion, information, and experience, that and the fact that you are more than likely repeating someone else's feelings toward the matter as you have no experience to actually form an opinion on the subject.

I just hope that when you have children they grow up to be responsible recreational drug users to see if you still feel that way.
 Quoting: Chucky Sagan

Sorry maybe i have missed something but where do my rights end and yours begin? Or, to make it fair, my rights begin and yours end?
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I've read a few things on Marijuana, it seems our brains and bodies are hardwired for the reception of Cannabinoid's. Question is why would our governments make illegal something our bodies are hardwired to accept?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Cannabinoid receptor
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The cannabinoid receptors are a class of cell membrane receptors under the G protein-coupled receptor superfamily.[1][2][3] As is typical of G protein-coupled receptors, the cannabinoid receptors contain seven transmembrane spanning domains.[4] Cannabinoid receptors are activated by three major groups of ligands, endocannabinoids (produced by the mammalian body), plant cannabinoids (such as THC, produced by the cannabis plant) and synthetic cannabinoids (such as HU-210). All of the endocannabinoids and plant cannabinoids are lipophilic, i.e. fat soluble, compounds.

There are currently two known subtypes, termed CB1 and CB2.[5][6] The CB1 receptor is expressed mainly in the brain (central nervous system, CNS), but also in the lungs, liver and kidneys. The CB2 receptor is expressed mainly in the immune system and in hematopoietic cells.[7] Mounting evidence suggests that there are novel cannabinoid receptors[8] that is, non-CB1 and non-CB2, which are expressed in endothelial cells and in the CNS. In 2007, the binding of several cannabinoids to a G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) in the brain was described.[9]

The protein sequences of CB1 and CB2 receptors are about 44% similar.[10] When only the transmembrane regions of the receptors are considered, amino acid similarity between the two receptor subtypes is approximately 68%.[4] In addition, minor variations in each receptor have been identified. Cannabinoids bind reversibly and stereo-selectively to the cannabinoid receptors. The affinity of an individual cannabinoid to each receptor determines the effect of that cannabinoid. Cannabinoids that bind more selectively to certain receptors are more desirable for medical usage.
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Should we give our officers the tools they need to execute suspected drug users on sight? I see no reason why not. Drug users are responsible for a great deal of pollution, and they are undesirable. Many other nations already allow for the execution of drug dealers. Why not drug users? We could use sophisticated technology such as helmet cams and night vision in order to make entertaining reality TV shows involving officers gunning the druggies down in the darkness. In fact, we could have the officers give all the jail inmates a "get-out-of-jail-free-card" by getting them to voluntarily take bath salts in exchange for an immediate release from jail in to the outskirts of town where the killing squads lurk.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17495082


Here's an interesting bit of news for you, OP.

Did you know that the US Constitution actually prohibits government from regulating what you put into your body or what you do with it? See, what is written in the Constitution after the Preamble is what protects our inalienable rights given to us by God and not men among which are the pursuit of Life, Liberty and Happiness. The government was never given the power to legislate morality - that was considered, by commonsense, to be the purview of the family and the community which included the church. All of these laws that regulate, forbid and make illegal the use of any substance are, in fact, unconstitutional as they take away a person's right to pursue Life, Liberty and Happiness as the individual sees fit.

Now, do I think that putting harmful substances in the body is a wise thing? Hell no. But I respect the right of an individual to make bad choices. Putting the drug in their body is their right, however, how they behave afterwards is where the law comes in. If their behavior threatens the Life, Liberty and Happiness of another sovereign individual, it is the responsibility of Legislators to create law which provides for the protection of each individual's rights without restricting the rights of other individuals. This is why there should only be punishment for the behavior and not for the act of using the substance.

Most people don't understand this which is why we have ended up with the police state so many people bitch about.
 Quoting: Éireann


Éireann is 100% correct, the way of life is really simple... We all have rights, my rights end where yours begins. It's really that simple. Now having someone tell you what you can eat or drink or smoke is bad enough, but to have someone that wants to kill you for it is just plain asinine.


The sad thing is that there are people that really believe they have the right to kill others and they use some insane justifications.


Now this idea of killing drug users because they may pose a threat to others smells like that movie with Tom Cruise called "Minority Report". You can't kill someone because they "may" do something. It doesn't work that way in the west.

Drugs were around before man...They have helped man survive on this planet with their medicinal qualities. Their uses in religious practices is documented. Their use in recreation is a relief to humanity when used responsibly.

To all the people that agree with the OP on this...I don't hold it against you, it is your lack of understanding, education, compassion, information, and experience, that and the fact that you are more than likely repeating someone else's feelings toward the matter as you have no experience to actually form an opinion on the subject.

I just hope that when you have children they grow up to be responsible recreational drug users to see if you still feel that way.
 Quoting: Chucky Sagan

Sorry maybe i have missed something but where do my rights end and yours begin? Or, to make it fair, my rights begin and yours end?
 Quoting: Sir France's Beercan


I think you're under the impression that I made that up...It's an old saying, I simply use it as a sort of measuring stick. No one actually has the right to tell you what you can or cannot consume.

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OP is a fucking retard. Drugs are a gift from God. Dude needs to listen to some Bill Hicks routines. The war on drugs is a war on personal freedom. Coffee is a drug as is tobacco as is alcohol as is cocaine as is opium as is cannabis. Without drugs we would be in a pretty shitty position and there would be no art or music like we know it. If more people put shit up their nose or inhaled, instead of spending all their time in church being brainwashed the world would be a much healthier place to live. Addictions and the negative aspects of drugs ONLY exist BECAUSE OF the war on drugs. That time a hundred years ago and more when all the foundations of modern society were being laid. . . Yeah, people were real fuckin high on drugs. But nobody looks back and sees a nation of degenerates we see a height of culture that cannnot be matched even now. More drugs! More freedom! More culture!
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Basically druggies are lazy so and sos who are a burden to humanity.Most of them will never do a days work in their life and leave it up to taxpayers to buy them drugs so they can get stoned and sit doing sfs day in,day out untill they die of old age.
Yes,best to at least euthanise the ones who dont work.
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Should the cops that drink coffee to get them through their 24 hour shifts start shooting each other?

Caffeine is a drug, and you are an idiot.
 Quoting: Sleeping Giant


No I am talking about illegal and serious drugs here like crack LSD Meth and Marijuana.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17495082


Marijuana and LSD aren't drugs, they're brain vitamins.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 430043

Brain vitamins?

You sound retarded.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17495082


Try them first.
You might like them...
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It's obviously a troll thread, but in fact the only real way to fight the drug epidemic is to go after the users not the sellers. The sellers are just good capitalists taking on some risks.

It is the users that are the problem. They are in fact funding nefarious groups like terrorists, Mexican drug Lords, and the CIA.

I propose we crack down hard on users by forcing them to pay for years of drug rehab. If they shirk that then it's off to forced labor in the work camps to pay off their debt to society and to sober up and maybe learn some new skills.