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Yay no more drugs!

 

Why are we giving out 5 million dollars for the capture of someone that will just be replaced by someone else? You are talking about millions if not billions of dollars and we are naive enough to think capturing a leader guy will help? It will slow them down at most.

 

Solution is so totally ****ing simple. Legalize drugs. Nuff said.

 

 

http://news.yahoo.com/mexico-purported-gulf-drug-cartel-leader-caught-041619198.html

 

I like the guns btw. El Diablo engraving lol. So ****ing cliche.

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Rick Rude says drugs are gonna be around regardless of what we do. It's up to us as human beings to have the will power to say "I would rather be a good productive member of society than to sit around collecting a check off of others hard work while I shoot junk in my veins or snort it up my nose."

 

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Yay no more drugs!

 

Why are we giving out 5 million dollars for the capture of someone that will just be replaced by someone else? You are talking about millions if not billions of dollars and we are naive enough to think capturing a leader guy will help? It will slow them down at most.

 

Solution is so totally ****ing simple. Legalize drugs. Nuff said.

 

 

http://news.yahoo.com/mexico-purported-gulf-drug-cartel-leader-caught-041619198.html

 

I like the guns btw. El Diablo engraving lol. So ****ing cliche.

 

That wont be stopin them if anything it will get worse.

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Rick Rude says drugs are gonna be around regardless of what we do. It's up to us as human beings to have the will power to say "I would rather be a good productive member of society than to sit around collecting a check off of others hard work while I shoot junk in my veins or snort it up my nose."

 

LOL, Rude died from a drug overdose and admitted to anabolic steroid use.

 

It is a true statement though.

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If they legalised drugs' date=' it wouldnt make a difference. As with guns, people are the problem here[/quote']

 

It would most def destroy the problem. During prohibition how bad was violence? How much violence is associated with the distribution of liquor now? Its as simple and basic as that.

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It would most def destroy the problem. During prohibition how bad was violence? How much violence is associated with the distribution of liquor now? Its as simple and basic as that.

 

so you're saying that if the same number of people that drink alcohol used drugs, there would be less violence? Not a chance. Theft, assault, fraud and many more offences would skyrocket. The strain on the healthcare system would become enormous too

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so you're saying that if the same number of people that drink alcohol used drugs' date=' there would be less violence? Not a chance. Theft, assault, fraud and many more offences would skyrocket. The strain on the healthcare system would become enormous too[/quote']

think of the money the government could raise through taxing drugs like they do with booze.

 

Reinvest that money in the health service and the problem is covered

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so you're saying that if the same number of people that drink alcohol used drugs' date=' there would be less violence? Not a chance. Theft, assault, fraud and many more offences would skyrocket. The strain on the healthcare system would become enormous too[/quote']

 

I am saying that if you legalized drugs we would have less crime. Probably more druggies but less crime. Especially less awful crime. This whole head chopping off and staking the heads on the border is a bit offensive, wouldnt you agree?

 

The strain on the healthcare system already exists. Thats a whole different discussion. But **** it lets crunch numbers.

 

If you legalize drugs then the "war on drugs" ceases. How much have we spent on the "war on drugs"? Billions? How much was the US offering for the guy they just captured? 5 million. All the cash and resource and energy can go back into the system. We already have druggies they aint going anywhere. Ill take a few more druggies for less wasteful spending and less horrific ****ing crime.

 

Think about it... Why do you not do heroin? Im willing to bet because you are aware it will **** you up? Because its illegal is hardly the case for most people abstaining from use.

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Rick Rude says drugs are gonna be around regardless of what we do. It's up to us as human beings to have the will power to say "I would rather be a good productive member of society than to sit around collecting a check off of others hard work while I shoot junk in my veins or snort it up my nose."

 

Most hard core addicts support their habits by stealing; shoplifting, burglary, robbery, etc.

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I am saying that if you legalized drugs we would have less crime. Probably more druggies but less crime. Especially less awful crime. This whole head chopping off and staking the heads on the border is a bit offensive' date=' wouldnt you agree?

 

The strain on the healthcare system already exists. Thats a whole different discussion. But **** it lets crunch numbers.

 

If you legalize drugs then the "war on drugs" ceases. How much have we spent on the "war on drugs"? Billions? How much was the US offering for the guy they just captured? 5 million. All the cash and resource and energy can go back into the system. We already have druggies they aint going anywhere. Ill take a few more druggies for less wasteful spending and less horrific ****ing crime.

 

Think about it... Why do you not do heroin? Im willing to bet because you are aware it will **** you up? Because its illegal is hardly the case for most people abstaining from use.[/quote']

 

if heroine, meth, coke etc. were all legal, more people would use them, more people would become dependant. You would generate more tax? drug addicts can't hold down jobs? how would they pay tax? your tax would have to increase to make up for that. there would be a knock on effect of supermarkets increasing the price of things to make up for the amount that would be shoplifted. And would you really be comfortable knowing that there are more drug addicts out there? What's your personal experience of drug addicts? They are not nice to be around

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if heroine' date=' meth, coke etc. were all legal, more people would use them,[/b'] more people would become dependant. You would generate more tax? drug addicts can't hold down jobs? how would they pay tax? your tax would have to increase to make up for that. there would be a knock on effect of supermarkets increasing the price of things to make up for the amount that would be shoplifted. And would you really be comfortable knowing that there are more drug addicts out there? What's your personal experience of drug addicts? They are not nice to be around

to the bold, based on what evidence? they are freely available in most places now, so why aren't more people using drugs now?

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to the bold' date=' based on what evidence? they are freely available in most places now, so why aren't more people using drugs now?[/quote']

 

purely my opinion. if weed was to be legalised, I wouldn't have a problem with that, but for people to readily have access to heroin, coke or meth can never be a good thing

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if heroine, meth, coke etc. were all legal, more people would use them, more people would become dependant.

 

Thats true. But again ask yourself why you dont do drugs. There would PROBABLY be more users but not some crazy number. I dont do drugs cuz that **** will **** me. Not because the law says I cant.

 

You would generate more tax? drug addicts can't hold down jobs? how would they pay tax? your tax would have to increase to make up for that.

 

Yes. And lots of drug addicts have jobs. Im in the Restaurant industry and I can tell you a nice number of them do coke/heroin. One guy even mixes them. And ill tell you what hes a beast on the floor lol. But hes totally ****ed. 30 yrs old and most of his veins have collapsed. CEOs do mad coke as well. Even doctors will do lines. :eek: Ruh Roh.

 

there would be a knock on effect of supermarkets increasing the price of things to make up for the amount that would be shoplifted.

 

Thats not true. Funny though.

 

And would you really be comfortable knowing that there are more drug addicts out there? What's your personal experience of drug addicts? They are not nice to be around

 

Theres drug addicts out there? NO WAY.

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purely my opinion. if weed was to be legalised' date=' I wouldn't have a problem with that, but for people to readily have access to heroin, coke or meth can never be a good thing[/quote']

 

They have even more access now. Kids especially. Its easier for kids to get hard drugs than it is for them to get alcohol.

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purely my opinion. if weed was to be legalised' date=' I wouldn't have a problem with that, but for people to readily have access to heroin, coke or meth can never be a good thing[/quote']

all these drugs are widely available in most towns, yet not everyone is using them. Just because you make them legal therefore taking the drugs out of the hands of the dealers, and dosent mean more will take them. It means they will be safer

 

It would mean the drugs would be regulated and cleaner than the drugs on the streets so therefore the health issues wouldnt be as bad. dealers mix and cut there drugs with all sorts of **** to make them go further and thats what the majority of deaths and health problems arise from, not the drugs but the cutting compounds dealers use.

 

just because you make it legal dosent mean its bad, it would actual be good.

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all these drugs are widely available in most towns' date=' yet not everyone is using them. Just because you make them legal therefore taking the drugs out of the hands of the dealers, and dosent mean more will take them. It means they will be safer

 

It would mean the drugs would be regulated and cleaner than the drugs on the streets so therefore the health issues wouldnt be as bad. dealers mix and cut there drugs with all sorts of **** to make them go further and thats what the majority of deaths and health problems arise from, not the drugs but the cutting compounds dealers use.

 

just because you make it legal dosent mean its bad, it would actual be good.[/quote']

 

Now don't you go hitting people with common sense man. People don't want to accept that the "War on Drugs" hasn't done anything except put power and money into the hands of drug cartels and gangs, and has done nothing to stem the flow or usage of drugs.

 

People think just because something is legal that the entire world will spin into a drug induced haze and cease to operate. The people that have a tendency to do drugs are already doing them. The people that don't are not.

 

This isn't rocket science, and has been prove in poll after poll, study after study, etc.

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Now don't you go hitting people with common sense man. People don't want to accept that the "War on Drugs" hasn't done anything except put power and money into the hands of drug cartels and gangs' date=' and has done nothing to stem the flow or usage of drugs.

 

People think just because something is legal that the entire world will spin into a drug induced haze and cease to operate. The people that have a tendency to do drugs are already doing them. The people that don't are not.

 

This isn't rocket science, and has been prove in poll after poll, study after study, etc.[/quote']

 

 

i have seen the good and the bad. I have also been involved in many programmes to help with addictions and if they had better funding thru a tax on drugs then they could actually help more people off them. legalisation is the only logical step to gain any control over the drug problem

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Yay no more drugs!

 

Why are we giving out 5 million dollars for the capture of someone that will just be replaced by someone else? You are talking about millions if not billions of dollars and we are naive enough to think capturing a leader guy will help? It will slow them down at most.

 

Solution is so totally ****ing simple. Legalize drugs. Nuff said.

 

 

http://news.yahoo.com/mexico-purported-gulf-drug-cartel-leader-caught-041619198.html

 

I like the guns btw. El Diablo engraving lol. So ****ing cliche.

 

If they got El Chapo Guzman it could help maybe. The guy makes Escobar, the Ochoa's, Griselda Blanco etc. seem like they were small fries.

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