Alcohol Worse than Hard Drugs? WHO Strikes Again, as the Amsterdam Experiment is Swept Under the Rug.

Oh, how many fraudulent studies do we have to expose in connection to the UN’s WHO? 

First, it was their propaganda for socialist medical systems, which, based on differences in collection of mortality data and a fundamental flaw in inferences drawn from mortality tables, incontrovertibly created widespread ignorance amongst the pseudo-intellectuals regarding “how good” European socialist healthcare is.

Now, in the progressive quest to create their army of easily manipulated, disengaged, distracted, drug-addicted drone-citizens – the same WHO players and front organizations produce a study to “prove” that alcohol and tobacco are worse than smoking pot and doing hard drugs.

Unbelievable.

To you, our WHO detractors, are you ready for a wallop?

Your study is flawed fundamentally and thusly:

Using your statistics for death by alcohol-related car accidents, heart, mental health, and cancer complications in contrast to that of hard drugs presumes that both alcohol and hard drugs enjoy the exact same persistence in society.  It also presumes that data collection for black market health impacts (drugs) is even nearly as accurate as data collection for legal instances of gluttonous impact (alcohol).

Statistically?  Your inputs are double-invalidated.

The success of the war on drugs has been exactly to create that disparity of prevalence, geniuses.  If heroin was as common as beer, you would see the statistics you used for alcohol-related health issues skyrocket.

What kind of a wishful-thinking drone would even get a notion that there is an ounce of merit in your claim?  You just have to walk into a rehab center to see the mental health impacts of hard drugs, and the other health impacts.  Here is what you need to do to correct your study and measurements:

Make your model assume that smoking crack and pot becomes as frequent and common as smoking a cigarette and drinking a beer.  Multiply the hard-drug related deaths, suicides, crime, health issues, heart issues, and the rest by the same factor.

Now your entire model implodes on itself.  But this much was already obvious amongst objective people with common sense. 

The hard drug substances themselves are much more potent, and the physiological response and health impact is much more acute for pot vs. tobacco, and crack vs. alcohol.  If we legalize, and normalize the consumption of hard drugs, and when it becomes as commonplace as cigarettes and beer, the social and economic impact will be one of the darkest chapters of human history.

When ideology trumps objectivity, ignorance covers common sense.  As the Mayor and police of Amsterdam claim “we are in the midst of modern slavery” in regards to unabated legalization of prostitution and drugs, progressives are desperately trying to get the poisonous legalization policies of Amsterdam spread, and populations hooked, before analysis of the failures of Amsterdam take root.

It baffles my mind how dedicated the progressive evolutionary socialists are to collapsing the systems and freedom in the West.  They would ruin millions of lives, and bankrupt our healthcare system with drug treatment and catastrophically expensive end-of-life care, and shortened productive lives, just to move the world towards their ideal vision.

Meanwhile, the progressives’ favored “State Capitalists” (communists) in China and Russia continue to grow their economic output to equalize the West, as they send their own drug users to slave prison camps for 7 years, and execute their drug dealers by firing squad.

The timing of George Soros’ scheme and California ballot measure?  Not a coincidence, as we posited in this article:

Most Conservatives Don’t Have a Clue about Fabian Socialism–Pot Legalization is a Dependent-Creation Scheme

As for the latest volley: Read the story

Published in: on November 2, 2010 at 2:43 AM  Leave a Comment  

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