Nine-year-old rushed to hospital for tests after hurting herself on addict’s syringe

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Abid Hussain at the children’s play area in Devonshire Park Councillor Abid Hussain at the children’s play area in Devonshire Park

A nine-year-old girl is undergoing tests for diseases, including HIV-AIDS, after accidentally stabbing herself on a heroin addict’s discarded syringe as she played hide-and-seek in a Keighley park.

She shrieked in pain as she hid in dense bushes beside the playground at Devonshire Park having been jabbed in the arm by a dirty needle – one of many littering the undergrowth.

Her horrified parents took her to Airedale Hospital where she was kept in overnight as doctors gave her emergency injections to counteract blood diseases including hepatitis B and C.

Tests on the syringe showed it had been freshly used and contained traces of heroin.

Now the worried family must endure a three-month wait to find if the poor child has been infected with any diseases – including HIV-AIDS.

Anti-crime campaign group Stop The Thieves In Keighley was alerted to the incident, which happened on Saturday.

Its spokesman said: “The family were at the playground in the afternoon and the girl was running in and out of shrubs playing hide and seek when there was a terrible shriek.

“A junkie’s needle had gone in her arm. It’s awful, now the parents have to wait and pray she will be all right.

“Devonshire Park has recently become a problem area with drug users cooking up and using in the bushes.

“Our group has taken lots of pictures of the dangerous debris and I called Bradford Council which sent out an emergency cleansing team to try to clear up the needles.”

West Yorkshire Police confirmed it was investigating the incident and Bradford Council said specialist cleaners had been sent to the park in the Highfield area. Councillor Abid Hussain, who is defending his Keighley Central seat for Labour in the elections for Bradford Council later this month, condemned addicts who use the park.

“I am working with Keighley Town Council and all other agencies to create a new Friends of Devonshire Park to try to find a long-term solution to this sort of thing,” he said.

“Of course we try to protect our children and if we get people working together to protect the park it will help prevent problems like this.

“The community needs to reclaim such spaces and hopefully a Friends of Devonshire Park will be launched within the next two weeks.”

The ward’s Conservative candidate Akbar Ali said he was aware of drug litter problems in the Highfield area which were concerning residents.

“There are drug hotspots in Keighley and in fact I am having a meeting with local police on Friday to discuss this very issue,” Mr Ali said.

Liberal Democrat candidate Pauline Rogan was not available for comment but fellow Keighley hopeful Judith Brooksbank said: “Drug-taking and leaving paraphenalia everywhere is obviously wrong and illegal. Every sympathy must go to this little girl.”

UKIP Keighley Central candidate George Firth said Keighley streets needed more law enforcement. Rohman Ali, the Green Party’s candidate in the ward, was unavailable for comment.

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7:43am Thu 1 May 14

flashdonut says...

Absolutely horrendous. I hope the girl has nothing more than a scratch. As for the low life that discards a needle next to kids play area, I hope he burns. A vile creature not fit for this planet.
Absolutely horrendous. I hope the girl has nothing more than a scratch. As for the low life that discards a needle next to kids play area, I hope he burns. A vile creature not fit for this planet. flashdonut
  • Score: 41

8:10am Thu 1 May 14

Size3_ says...

Absolutely horrific! My daughter is 9 and I couldn't imagine the prospect of her entire life being ruined by someone's irresponsibility and complete disregard for others......in a playground for God's sake!!!
Absolutely horrific! My daughter is 9 and I couldn't imagine the prospect of her entire life being ruined by someone's irresponsibility and complete disregard for others......in a playground for God's sake!!! Size3_
  • Score: 32

8:41am Thu 1 May 14

Joedavid says...

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https://www.youtube. com/watch?feature=pl ayer_detailpage&v=oW GfKc5R8-o Joedavid
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9:00am Thu 1 May 14

FinlandStation says...

Why is there so much drug use in Bradford? It's ruining too many innocent lives.
Why is there so much drug use in Bradford? It's ruining too many innocent lives. FinlandStation
  • Score: 26

9:11am Thu 1 May 14

thatsnotmyname says...

FinlandStation wrote:
Why is there so much drug use in Bradford? It's ruining too many innocent lives.
Its a city
[quote][p][bold]FinlandStation[/bold] wrote: Why is there so much drug use in Bradford? It's ruining too many innocent lives.[/p][/quote]Its a city thatsnotmyname
  • Score: -16

10:18am Thu 1 May 14

Not so simple says...

Poor girl. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I pray you soon receive excellent news that this incident has not done any damage to you whatsoever.

For the junkie that leaves a needle adjacent to a child's play area: I wish you had more sense and did not abuse drugs. The junkie may think life is full of stress and not worth living,but how dare you leave needles in an area that can harm innocent children. You should be ashamed of yourself. Most people
Would not bat an eyelid if you overdosed and were found dead under the rock you crawled out from.

This country is too soft on junkies with the millions of pounds of public money spent helping them. Yet they have absolute no regard for the well being of child. Yes junkies have issues but this is just not acceptable. Time this government does what most other developed and civilised countries do: death penalty to dealers and drug pushers as well as immediate rehab away from family and friends for a minimum of 2 years. If they go back on drugs then 5 years rehab away from family and friends.

The current system has failed and continues to ruin lives by not acting as a deterrent. Hang the dealers as te vile snakes they are: no excuse to ruin a life.
Poor girl. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I pray you soon receive excellent news that this incident has not done any damage to you whatsoever. For the junkie that leaves a needle adjacent to a child's play area: I wish you had more sense and did not abuse drugs. The junkie may think life is full of stress and not worth living,but how dare you leave needles in an area that can harm innocent children. You should be ashamed of yourself. Most people Would not bat an eyelid if you overdosed and were found dead under the rock you crawled out from. This country is too soft on junkies with the millions of pounds of public money spent helping them. Yet they have absolute no regard for the well being of child. Yes junkies have issues but this is just not acceptable. Time this government does what most other developed and civilised countries do: death penalty to dealers and drug pushers as well as immediate rehab away from family and friends for a minimum of 2 years. If they go back on drugs then 5 years rehab away from family and friends. The current system has failed and continues to ruin lives by not acting as a deterrent. Hang the dealers as te vile snakes they are: no excuse to ruin a life. Not so simple
  • Score: 18

10:34am Thu 1 May 14

thatsnotmyname says...

Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs?
Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs? thatsnotmyname
  • Score: -10

10:51am Thu 1 May 14

Albion. says...

FinlandStation wrote:
Why is there so much drug use in Bradford? It's ruining too many innocent lives.
Because selling illegal substances is a licence to print money for very little effort and in the very unlikely event of you being caught the penalties are inadequate. Especially easy if you have an "uncle" willing to import it.
[quote][p][bold]FinlandStation[/bold] wrote: Why is there so much drug use in Bradford? It's ruining too many innocent lives.[/p][/quote]Because selling illegal substances is a licence to print money for very little effort and in the very unlikely event of you being caught the penalties are inadequate. Especially easy if you have an "uncle" willing to import it. Albion.
  • Score: 20

11:18am Thu 1 May 14

Not so simple says...

thatsnotmyname wrote:
Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs?
It softies like you who have allowed this great country to be ruined.

Wake up and smell the coffee or the smell of failure.

This country has had a drug and drinks problem for years. Titus salt wouldn't allow a pub or drinking or those from particular walks of life that drink to be anywhere near his village : was this guy crazy or major investor in the area! He was an investor who seen that booze destroys lives and destroys the productivity of a healthy country in terms of business and welfare.

This civilised country had the opiate wars with The East aka China which resulted in us British hijacking Hong Kong:
Do you know why we British had this opiate war? Well we British, well
Our peers in the civilised government of the day wanted to control the supply of heroin and use the huge profits made from this trade to finance us to continue going around the world and exploit resources be it land, minerals or use people as slaves.

Now the pooh has been hitting the fan for a fair few years with kids taking drugs and entering into a life of crime: wow we are a model
Of civilisation and impose our way of living around the world. A dealer or smuggler is caught with drugs and gets 3- 20 or more years in jail: wow! All those drug addicts lives the dealer or smuggler has ruined are not worth anything? Why because we lock up the dealers for a few years if they get caught and if they do not get caught they can make a lot of money very quickly at the expense of ruining the lives of people's children....get your priority right and let's lock these dealers so they get hanged, watch how the level of drugs and supply falls the wannabe dealers get to see their icons being hanged in public and their assets taken by the state.

If the law of this land was a detterent then you would have very little or no
Crime at all.

But you will differ as your soft civilised approach cannot allow people
To be punished for the irresponsible actions they take to ruin this county and our cities.

To you I say: read up on the number of junkies as per population in china, Singapore, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia. Read up on the number of drug dealers in these countries that get hanged and act as a detterent for the rest of the population.

Also read up on what is a civilisation? Yes you may note that one of the oldest continuous civilisations in the world is that of China: even a certain Marco Polo would confirm this for you but you probably are smarter and more travelled then him. Enough said
[quote][p][bold]thatsnotmyname[/bold] wrote: Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs?[/p][/quote]It softies like you who have allowed this great country to be ruined. Wake up and smell the coffee or the smell of failure. This country has had a drug and drinks problem for years. Titus salt wouldn't allow a pub or drinking or those from particular walks of life that drink to be anywhere near his village : was this guy crazy or major investor in the area! He was an investor who seen that booze destroys lives and destroys the productivity of a healthy country in terms of business and welfare. This civilised country had the opiate wars with The East aka China which resulted in us British hijacking Hong Kong: Do you know why we British had this opiate war? Well we British, well Our peers in the civilised government of the day wanted to control the supply of heroin and use the huge profits made from this trade to finance us to continue going around the world and exploit resources be it land, minerals or use people as slaves. Now the pooh has been hitting the fan for a fair few years with kids taking drugs and entering into a life of crime: wow we are a model Of civilisation and impose our way of living around the world. A dealer or smuggler is caught with drugs and gets 3- 20 or more years in jail: wow! All those drug addicts lives the dealer or smuggler has ruined are not worth anything? Why because we lock up the dealers for a few years if they get caught and if they do not get caught they can make a lot of money very quickly at the expense of ruining the lives of people's children....get your priority right and let's lock these dealers so they get hanged, watch how the level of drugs and supply falls the wannabe dealers get to see their icons being hanged in public and their assets taken by the state. If the law of this land was a detterent then you would have very little or no Crime at all. But you will differ as your soft civilised approach cannot allow people To be punished for the irresponsible actions they take to ruin this county and our cities. To you I say: read up on the number of junkies as per population in china, Singapore, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia. Read up on the number of drug dealers in these countries that get hanged and act as a detterent for the rest of the population. Also read up on what is a civilisation? Yes you may note that one of the oldest continuous civilisations in the world is that of China: even a certain Marco Polo would confirm this for you but you probably are smarter and more travelled then him. Enough said Not so simple
  • Score: 15

1:22pm Thu 1 May 14

RollandSmoke says...

When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal
When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal RollandSmoke
  • Score: -15

1:28pm Thu 1 May 14

justjustice says...

We dont need death penalties, we need a system which punishes criminals!

Why else are there so many uninsured drivers in the Bradford district. Why pay £1000 per year when they can pay £250 and get 3 points to their license if and when they are caught. And again they may only be caught every several years and you'd be lucky if they even have a driving license!
So when the crime pay more than being the responsible driver, if is we who are paying for their crimes!

The same goes for drug dealing, even if they spend a year in jail, it's a nice comfortable life with little hardship, and they also get to learn new tricks of the trade from others who are in prison. The come out knowing more and still have all their ill-gotten gains waiting for them to spend on their uninsured expensive cars.

Now instead of a comfy cell, if prisoners were in undesirable cells and had to do back-breaking work every day for their entire sentence, I am sure they will learn a lot faster not to reoffend.

I'd rather see them suffer for their entire sentence than be killed, but only to keep those who complain about the 1% of innocent people who could be killed. But then these people would complain that prisoners deserve a nice life in prison!
It's prison! It's not supposed to be nice, and they are in there because they did someone no-so-nice to other innocent undeserving people!
We dont need death penalties, we need a system which punishes criminals! Why else are there so many uninsured drivers in the Bradford district. Why pay £1000 per year when they can pay £250 and get 3 points to their license if and when they are caught. And again they may only be caught every several years and you'd be lucky if they even have a driving license! So when the crime pay more than being the responsible driver, if is we who are paying for their crimes! The same goes for drug dealing, even if they spend a year in jail, it's a nice comfortable life with little hardship, and they also get to learn new tricks of the trade from others who are in prison. The come out knowing more and still have all their ill-gotten gains waiting for them to spend on their uninsured expensive cars. Now instead of a comfy cell, if prisoners were in undesirable cells and had to do back-breaking work every day for their entire sentence, I am sure they will learn a lot faster not to reoffend. I'd rather see them suffer for their entire sentence than be killed, but only to keep those who complain about the 1% of innocent people who could be killed. But then these people would complain that prisoners deserve a nice life in prison! It's prison! It's not supposed to be nice, and they are in there because they did someone no-so-nice to other innocent undeserving people! justjustice
  • Score: 20

1:28pm Thu 1 May 14

RollandSmoke says...

In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.
In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves. RollandSmoke
  • Score: -10

1:46pm Thu 1 May 14

RollandSmoke says...

thatsnotmyname wrote:
Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs?
We are not a civilised country and never have been. We are the biggest murderers, rapists, drugs dealers in the world and that's just our elites although they get the useful idiots to do all the dirty work. The world has been destroyed by the people of this tiny island. Sometimes we are nice though and we sell other countries the arms with which to defend themselves before going in an blowing ten colours of **** out of them for having those weapons.
[quote][p][bold]thatsnotmyname[/bold] wrote: Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs?[/p][/quote]We are not a civilised country and never have been. We are the biggest murderers, rapists, drugs dealers in the world and that's just our elites although they get the useful idiots to do all the dirty work. The world has been destroyed by the people of this tiny island. Sometimes we are nice though and we sell other countries the arms with which to defend themselves before going in an blowing ten colours of **** out of them for having those weapons. RollandSmoke
  • Score: -3

2:04pm Thu 1 May 14

Not so simple says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.
Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not
Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens.

However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons.

The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.[/p][/quote]Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens. However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons. The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment. Not so simple
  • Score: 13

2:24pm Thu 1 May 14

bd7 helper says...

We got to find away to stop this now before it gets worse
We got to find away to stop this now before it gets worse bd7 helper
  • Score: 3

2:25pm Thu 1 May 14

Andy2010 says...

Not so simple wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.
Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not
Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens.

However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons.

The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.
Well said

Its time to build more prisons. Anyone caught dealing anything whatsoever = life imprisonment. Anyone caught importing or exporting = death penalty
[quote][p][bold]Not so simple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.[/p][/quote]Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens. However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons. The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.[/p][/quote]Well said Its time to build more prisons. Anyone caught dealing anything whatsoever = life imprisonment. Anyone caught importing or exporting = death penalty Andy2010
  • Score: 9

2:31pm Thu 1 May 14

Andy2010 says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal
Give it a rest with all your conspiracy cr4p you read on the truthseeker or various other guff internet sites.

Next you will be telling us the Lee Rigby murder was all staged by actors....oh hang on you already have.

Says it all really
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal[/p][/quote]Give it a rest with all your conspiracy cr4p you read on the truthseeker or various other guff internet sites. Next you will be telling us the Lee Rigby murder was all staged by actors....oh hang on you already have. Says it all really Andy2010
  • Score: 12

2:39pm Thu 1 May 14

RollandSmoke says...

Andy2010 wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal
Give it a rest with all your conspiracy cr4p you read on the truthseeker or various other guff internet sites.

Next you will be telling us the Lee Rigby murder was all staged by actors....oh hang on you already have.

Says it all really
Feel free to google any facts I present to find a source that you are more comfortable with. Now be quiet or I'll bash you at 30-40mph with some steel tubing with a wall thickness of about 4mm. Do you think it might bend?
[quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal[/p][/quote]Give it a rest with all your conspiracy cr4p you read on the truthseeker or various other guff internet sites. Next you will be telling us the Lee Rigby murder was all staged by actors....oh hang on you already have. Says it all really[/p][/quote]Feel free to google any facts I present to find a source that you are more comfortable with. Now be quiet or I'll bash you at 30-40mph with some steel tubing with a wall thickness of about 4mm. Do you think it might bend? RollandSmoke
  • Score: -15

2:42pm Thu 1 May 14

Andy2010 says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
Andy2010 wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal
Give it a rest with all your conspiracy cr4p you read on the truthseeker or various other guff internet sites.

Next you will be telling us the Lee Rigby murder was all staged by actors....oh hang on you already have.

Says it all really
Feel free to google any facts I present to find a source that you are more comfortable with. Now be quiet or I'll bash you at 30-40mph with some steel tubing with a wall thickness of about 4mm. Do you think it might bend?
nah your ok

I prefer just to simply read your amusing ramblings about stuff. Lightens the mood around here
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal[/p][/quote]Give it a rest with all your conspiracy cr4p you read on the truthseeker or various other guff internet sites. Next you will be telling us the Lee Rigby murder was all staged by actors....oh hang on you already have. Says it all really[/p][/quote]Feel free to google any facts I present to find a source that you are more comfortable with. Now be quiet or I'll bash you at 30-40mph with some steel tubing with a wall thickness of about 4mm. Do you think it might bend?[/p][/quote]nah your ok I prefer just to simply read your amusing ramblings about stuff. Lightens the mood around here Andy2010
  • Score: 8

2:53pm Thu 1 May 14

RollandSmoke says...

Not so simple wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.
Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not
Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens.

However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons.

The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.
What about those who are just following orders when they kill innocents with weapons?. What about the pharmaceutical companies who harm people with anti-depressants even after they have been shown to be ineffective and to double the risks of suicide or self harm in young users because there's a profit in it?. All totally legal. Do you blame the soldier? Do you blame the employee at the drugs company?
[quote][p][bold]Not so simple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.[/p][/quote]Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens. However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons. The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.[/p][/quote]What about those who are just following orders when they kill innocents with weapons?. What about the pharmaceutical companies who harm people with anti-depressants even after they have been shown to be ineffective and to double the risks of suicide or self harm in young users because there's a profit in it?. All totally legal. Do you blame the soldier? Do you blame the employee at the drugs company? RollandSmoke
  • Score: -8

2:56pm Thu 1 May 14

Andy2010 says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
Not so simple wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.
Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not
Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens.

However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons.

The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.
What about those who are just following orders when they kill innocents with weapons?. What about the pharmaceutical companies who harm people with anti-depressants even after they have been shown to be ineffective and to double the risks of suicide or self harm in young users because there's a profit in it?. All totally legal. Do you blame the soldier? Do you blame the employee at the drugs company?
Your comparing Doctors and Soldiers to drug dealers.

Oh dear
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Not so simple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.[/p][/quote]Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens. However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons. The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.[/p][/quote]What about those who are just following orders when they kill innocents with weapons?. What about the pharmaceutical companies who harm people with anti-depressants even after they have been shown to be ineffective and to double the risks of suicide or self harm in young users because there's a profit in it?. All totally legal. Do you blame the soldier? Do you blame the employee at the drugs company?[/p][/quote]Your comparing Doctors and Soldiers to drug dealers. Oh dear Andy2010
  • Score: 8

3:10pm Thu 1 May 14

RollandSmoke says...

Andy2010 wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
Not so simple wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.
Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not
Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens.

However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons.

The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.
What about those who are just following orders when they kill innocents with weapons?. What about the pharmaceutical companies who harm people with anti-depressants even after they have been shown to be ineffective and to double the risks of suicide or self harm in young users because there's a profit in it?. All totally legal. Do you blame the soldier? Do you blame the employee at the drugs company?
Your comparing Doctors and Soldiers to drug dealers.

Oh dear
Are the dealers the problem or are the drugs Barrons the problem? The low level dealers would not exist without the extremly rich Barrons that fund the operations. Or do you think that the smack head selling tenner wraps is the one shipping this crap in?
[quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Not so simple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.[/p][/quote]Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens. However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons. The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.[/p][/quote]What about those who are just following orders when they kill innocents with weapons?. What about the pharmaceutical companies who harm people with anti-depressants even after they have been shown to be ineffective and to double the risks of suicide or self harm in young users because there's a profit in it?. All totally legal. Do you blame the soldier? Do you blame the employee at the drugs company?[/p][/quote]Your comparing Doctors and Soldiers to drug dealers. Oh dear[/p][/quote]Are the dealers the problem or are the drugs Barrons the problem? The low level dealers would not exist without the extremly rich Barrons that fund the operations. Or do you think that the smack head selling tenner wraps is the one shipping this crap in? RollandSmoke
  • Score: -7

3:29pm Thu 1 May 14

Andy2010 says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
Andy2010 wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
Not so simple wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.
Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not
Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens.

However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons.

The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.
What about those who are just following orders when they kill innocents with weapons?. What about the pharmaceutical companies who harm people with anti-depressants even after they have been shown to be ineffective and to double the risks of suicide or self harm in young users because there's a profit in it?. All totally legal. Do you blame the soldier? Do you blame the employee at the drugs company?
Your comparing Doctors and Soldiers to drug dealers.

Oh dear
Are the dealers the problem or are the drugs Barrons the problem? The low level dealers would not exist without the extremly rich Barrons that fund the operations. Or do you think that the smack head selling tenner wraps is the one shipping this crap in?
Both are the problem

Without each other neither could exist so hang em all....sorted
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Not so simple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: In any of the countries that our troops have illegally invaded the little girl may have had some depleted uranium stabbing into her as she played but even if it never touched her her health would be destroyed due to it. We British love to take the moral high ground but we are only deluding ourselves.[/p][/quote]Most would agree that killing/harming innocents with weapons or drugs is not Morally or ethically acceptable no matter which part of the world this happens. However what do you do to ensure that people do not harm innocents with drugs and weapons: Logic and science will agree that one needs a serious approach to halt such people harming innocents with drugs or weapons. The ultimate deterrent is that those who kill/harm innocents using weapons or drugs can expect no sympathy from a society who has been so soft for best part of a century that we have locked criminals up for years with no real indisputable drop in crimes in the drug supply world and weapons used to kill people: the people of this society have been fair and soft long enough: now is the time to put our foot down and say " if you hurt someone using drugs or weapons, you can expect capital punishment'. Worked when the civilised world tried the villains at the Nuremberg trials: nobody complained about hanging homicidal maniacs as common sense prevailed. Today the common sense is to protect the criminals and rehabilitate them so they can blend in with society. Enough is enough and it's time the people who run this country showed we have a spine strong enough to make sweeping changes to the system of punishment.[/p][/quote]What about those who are just following orders when they kill innocents with weapons?. What about the pharmaceutical companies who harm people with anti-depressants even after they have been shown to be ineffective and to double the risks of suicide or self harm in young users because there's a profit in it?. All totally legal. Do you blame the soldier? Do you blame the employee at the drugs company?[/p][/quote]Your comparing Doctors and Soldiers to drug dealers. Oh dear[/p][/quote]Are the dealers the problem or are the drugs Barrons the problem? The low level dealers would not exist without the extremly rich Barrons that fund the operations. Or do you think that the smack head selling tenner wraps is the one shipping this crap in?[/p][/quote]Both are the problem Without each other neither could exist so hang em all....sorted Andy2010
  • Score: 8

3:54pm Thu 1 May 14

G_Firth says...

Sorry but does Keighley Central councillor Abid Hussain actually know where Keighley Town Council is as there is no record of him even attending a single council meeting.
There are several solutions to this problem that range from park rangers to fully enclosing the park to only be open at set times of the day.
We could use a system that has proven to be very successful in other countries and instal sharp bins in the well known areas of use.
Its a sad sign of the times we live in that children can't be left to just play without fear of risk to their well being.
My heart goes out to the child and her family and its up to not only KTC but also BMDC that we should be doing everything in our power to make our parks safe for everybody.
I only hope that this incident goes some way to pointing out that drug use not only effects the user but also the innocent people young and old around them.

Cllr George Michael Firth
KTC Fell Lane and Westburn Ward
Keighley Central Candidate
Sorry but does Keighley Central councillor Abid Hussain actually know where Keighley Town Council is as there is no record of him even attending a single council meeting. There are several solutions to this problem that range from park rangers to fully enclosing the park to only be open at set times of the day. We could use a system that has proven to be very successful in other countries and instal sharp bins in the well known areas of use. Its a sad sign of the times we live in that children can't be left to just play without fear of risk to their well being. My heart goes out to the child and her family and its up to not only KTC but also BMDC that we should be doing everything in our power to make our parks safe for everybody. I only hope that this incident goes some way to pointing out that drug use not only effects the user but also the innocent people young and old around them. Cllr George Michael Firth KTC Fell Lane and Westburn Ward Keighley Central Candidate G_Firth
  • Score: 10

5:38pm Thu 1 May 14

Not so simple says...

G_Firth wrote:
Sorry but does Keighley Central councillor Abid Hussain actually know where Keighley Town Council is as there is no record of him even attending a single council meeting.
There are several solutions to this problem that range from park rangers to fully enclosing the park to only be open at set times of the day.
We could use a system that has proven to be very successful in other countries and instal sharp bins in the well known areas of use.
Its a sad sign of the times we live in that children can't be left to just play without fear of risk to their well being.
My heart goes out to the child and her family and its up to not only KTC but also BMDC that we should be doing everything in our power to make our parks safe for everybody.
I only hope that this incident goes some way to pointing out that drug use not only effects the user but also the innocent people young and old around them.

Cllr George Michael Firth
KTC Fell Lane and Westburn Ward
Keighley Central Candidate
Mr Firth.
Sir this article and comment relates to matters surrounding a child being potentially put at risk from disease or illness due to a junkie leaving a needle near a child's play area. The starting commentary from you appears to suggest that you have used this opportunity to have a dig at the councillor mentioned in this article.

Raise your local political concerns with your fellow politicians and not use this story to reiterate what most people think of politicians : opportunist's who are just not in touch with the masses. But then again all publicity is good publicity for those in the limelight ain't it.
[quote][p][bold]G_Firth[/bold] wrote: Sorry but does Keighley Central councillor Abid Hussain actually know where Keighley Town Council is as there is no record of him even attending a single council meeting. There are several solutions to this problem that range from park rangers to fully enclosing the park to only be open at set times of the day. We could use a system that has proven to be very successful in other countries and instal sharp bins in the well known areas of use. Its a sad sign of the times we live in that children can't be left to just play without fear of risk to their well being. My heart goes out to the child and her family and its up to not only KTC but also BMDC that we should be doing everything in our power to make our parks safe for everybody. I only hope that this incident goes some way to pointing out that drug use not only effects the user but also the innocent people young and old around them. Cllr George Michael Firth KTC Fell Lane and Westburn Ward Keighley Central Candidate[/p][/quote]Mr Firth. Sir this article and comment relates to matters surrounding a child being potentially put at risk from disease or illness due to a junkie leaving a needle near a child's play area. The starting commentary from you appears to suggest that you have used this opportunity to have a dig at the councillor mentioned in this article. Raise your local political concerns with your fellow politicians and not use this story to reiterate what most people think of politicians : opportunist's who are just not in touch with the masses. But then again all publicity is good publicity for those in the limelight ain't it. Not so simple
  • Score: -4

5:41pm Thu 1 May 14

The Hoffster says...

Andy2010 wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal
Give it a rest with all your conspiracy cr4p you read on the truthseeker or various other guff internet sites.

Next you will be telling us the Lee Rigby murder was all staged by actors....oh hang on you already have.

Says it all really
Opium production has increased ten-fold since we invaded Afghanistan. It's all on record, buddy.

No conspiracy; just the truth (as sickening as it is).

You can make life easy for yourself and pretend it's all nonsense but it's there for all the world to see.
[quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: When our troops entered Afganistan the Taliban had been eradicating the poppy crops and they were only producing 20% of world supply. After over a decade of us having troops there they are now producing over 90% of world supply. It doesn't take a genius to work out why this is. Someones profiting very nicely out of it and it isn't the anyone in Afganistan. Yes us British have a long history of waging wars using drugs as a weapon. Our Government is currently at war with the weak and the vulnerable and this is merely another weapon in their arsenal[/p][/quote]Give it a rest with all your conspiracy cr4p you read on the truthseeker or various other guff internet sites. Next you will be telling us the Lee Rigby murder was all staged by actors....oh hang on you already have. Says it all really[/p][/quote]Opium production has increased ten-fold since we invaded Afghanistan. It's all on record, buddy. No conspiracy; just the truth (as sickening as it is). You can make life easy for yourself and pretend it's all nonsense but it's there for all the world to see. The Hoffster
  • Score: 1

7:18pm Thu 1 May 14

alive and awake says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
thatsnotmyname wrote:
Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs?
We are not a civilised country and never have been. We are the biggest murderers, rapists, drugs dealers in the world and that's just our elites although they get the useful idiots to do all the dirty work. The world has been destroyed by the people of this tiny island. Sometimes we are nice though and we sell other countries the arms with which to defend themselves before going in an blowing ten colours of **** out of them for having those weapons.
You do pedal some tripe, this is the only Country in the World you might get away with the ridiculous statements you come out with. I think you should have your benefits stopped for 3 months or until you learn to behave yourself.
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thatsnotmyname[/bold] wrote: Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs?[/p][/quote]We are not a civilised country and never have been. We are the biggest murderers, rapists, drugs dealers in the world and that's just our elites although they get the useful idiots to do all the dirty work. The world has been destroyed by the people of this tiny island. Sometimes we are nice though and we sell other countries the arms with which to defend themselves before going in an blowing ten colours of **** out of them for having those weapons.[/p][/quote]You do pedal some tripe, this is the only Country in the World you might get away with the ridiculous statements you come out with. I think you should have your benefits stopped for 3 months or until you learn to behave yourself. alive and awake
  • Score: 6

8:11pm Thu 1 May 14

RollandSmoke says...

alive and awake wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
thatsnotmyname wrote:
Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs?
We are not a civilised country and never have been. We are the biggest murderers, rapists, drugs dealers in the world and that's just our elites although they get the useful idiots to do all the dirty work. The world has been destroyed by the people of this tiny island. Sometimes we are nice though and we sell other countries the arms with which to defend themselves before going in an blowing ten colours of **** out of them for having those weapons.
You do pedal some tripe, this is the only Country in the World you might get away with the ridiculous statements you come out with. I think you should have your benefits stopped for 3 months or until you learn to behave yourself.
You can think what you like. I can say what I like for now, but even when I can't you can still think what you like. It's just a shame really that you're not that good at thinking. Good job you let others do your thinking for you really.
[quote][p][bold]alive and awake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thatsnotmyname[/bold] wrote: Please tell us all what 'civilised' country kills people as punishment for dealing drugs?[/p][/quote]We are not a civilised country and never have been. We are the biggest murderers, rapists, drugs dealers in the world and that's just our elites although they get the useful idiots to do all the dirty work. The world has been destroyed by the people of this tiny island. Sometimes we are nice though and we sell other countries the arms with which to defend themselves before going in an blowing ten colours of **** out of them for having those weapons.[/p][/quote]You do pedal some tripe, this is the only Country in the World you might get away with the ridiculous statements you come out with. I think you should have your benefits stopped for 3 months or until you learn to behave yourself.[/p][/quote]You can think what you like. I can say what I like for now, but even when I can't you can still think what you like. It's just a shame really that you're not that good at thinking. Good job you let others do your thinking for you really. RollandSmoke
  • Score: -7

8:46pm Thu 1 May 14

Alhaurinrhino says...

All heroin addicts should be given a huge lethal dose of heroin to send them on their way.
All convicted heroin dealers should be injected with a huge syringe full of heroin addicts blood and then be left to rot on Rockall.
Neither group should be allowed to live amongst us.
All heroin addicts should be given a huge lethal dose of heroin to send them on their way. All convicted heroin dealers should be injected with a huge syringe full of heroin addicts blood and then be left to rot on Rockall. Neither group should be allowed to live amongst us. Alhaurinrhino
  • Score: 6

9:35pm Thu 1 May 14

RollandSmoke says...

Alhaurinrhino wrote:
All heroin addicts should be given a huge lethal dose of heroin to send them on their way.
All convicted heroin dealers should be injected with a huge syringe full of heroin addicts blood and then be left to rot on Rockall.
Neither group should be allowed to live amongst us.
Should you actually be allowed to call for people to be killed? Isn't that a criminal offence? What if one of you're none too bright right wingers (and lets face it that covers about all of them the rest being extremely intelligent and manipulative psychopaths) took it on themselves to carry out you're wishes and administer a lethal injection to another human being who's only real crime is falling victim of the drugs trade which in itself is completely just a consequence of prohibition? If they were caught and they said you gave them that idea would you be happy to stand trial for incitement to murder which is basically what this is? Which of the two categories of right wingers that I suggested do you suppose I think you are?
[quote][p][bold]Alhaurinrhino[/bold] wrote: All heroin addicts should be given a huge lethal dose of heroin to send them on their way. All convicted heroin dealers should be injected with a huge syringe full of heroin addicts blood and then be left to rot on Rockall. Neither group should be allowed to live amongst us.[/p][/quote]Should you actually be allowed to call for people to be killed? Isn't that a criminal offence? What if one of you're none too bright right wingers (and lets face it that covers about all of them the rest being extremely intelligent and manipulative psychopaths) took it on themselves to carry out you're wishes and administer a lethal injection to another human being who's only real crime is falling victim of the drugs trade which in itself is completely just a consequence of prohibition? If they were caught and they said you gave them that idea would you be happy to stand trial for incitement to murder which is basically what this is? Which of the two categories of right wingers that I suggested do you suppose I think you are? RollandSmoke
  • Score: -10

8:27pm Fri 2 May 14

Alhaurinrhino says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
Alhaurinrhino wrote:
All heroin addicts should be given a huge lethal dose of heroin to send them on their way.
All convicted heroin dealers should be injected with a huge syringe full of heroin addicts blood and then be left to rot on Rockall.
Neither group should be allowed to live amongst us.
Should you actually be allowed to call for people to be killed? Isn't that a criminal offence? What if one of you're none too bright right wingers (and lets face it that covers about all of them the rest being extremely intelligent and manipulative psychopaths) took it on themselves to carry out you're wishes and administer a lethal injection to another human being who's only real crime is falling victim of the drugs trade which in itself is completely just a consequence of prohibition? If they were caught and they said you gave them that idea would you be happy to stand trial for incitement to murder which is basically what this is? Which of the two categories of right wingers that I suggested do you suppose I think you are?
"What if one of you're none too bright right wingers"
Oh the irony!!!
The only one mentioning killing is you, moron.
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alhaurinrhino[/bold] wrote: All heroin addicts should be given a huge lethal dose of heroin to send them on their way. All convicted heroin dealers should be injected with a huge syringe full of heroin addicts blood and then be left to rot on Rockall. Neither group should be allowed to live amongst us.[/p][/quote]Should you actually be allowed to call for people to be killed? Isn't that a criminal offence? What if one of you're none too bright right wingers (and lets face it that covers about all of them the rest being extremely intelligent and manipulative psychopaths) took it on themselves to carry out you're wishes and administer a lethal injection to another human being who's only real crime is falling victim of the drugs trade which in itself is completely just a consequence of prohibition? If they were caught and they said you gave them that idea would you be happy to stand trial for incitement to murder which is basically what this is? Which of the two categories of right wingers that I suggested do you suppose I think you are?[/p][/quote]"What if one of you're none too bright right wingers" Oh the irony!!! The only one mentioning killing is you, moron. Alhaurinrhino
  • Score: 2

10:42pm Fri 2 May 14

RollandSmoke says...

Alhaurinrhino wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
Alhaurinrhino wrote:
All heroin addicts should be given a huge lethal dose of heroin to send them on their way.
All convicted heroin dealers should be injected with a huge syringe full of heroin addicts blood and then be left to rot on Rockall.
Neither group should be allowed to live amongst us.
Should you actually be allowed to call for people to be killed? Isn't that a criminal offence? What if one of you're none too bright right wingers (and lets face it that covers about all of them the rest being extremely intelligent and manipulative psychopaths) took it on themselves to carry out you're wishes and administer a lethal injection to another human being who's only real crime is falling victim of the drugs trade which in itself is completely just a consequence of prohibition? If they were caught and they said you gave them that idea would you be happy to stand trial for incitement to murder which is basically what this is? Which of the two categories of right wingers that I suggested do you suppose I think you are?
"What if one of you're none too bright right wingers"
Oh the irony!!!
The only one mentioning killing is you, moron.
Oh I'm sorry I must have thought lethal dose meant something else. Can you give an impact assessment on the effects to the addict?
[quote][p][bold]Alhaurinrhino[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alhaurinrhino[/bold] wrote: All heroin addicts should be given a huge lethal dose of heroin to send them on their way. All convicted heroin dealers should be injected with a huge syringe full of heroin addicts blood and then be left to rot on Rockall. Neither group should be allowed to live amongst us.[/p][/quote]Should you actually be allowed to call for people to be killed? Isn't that a criminal offence? What if one of you're none too bright right wingers (and lets face it that covers about all of them the rest being extremely intelligent and manipulative psychopaths) took it on themselves to carry out you're wishes and administer a lethal injection to another human being who's only real crime is falling victim of the drugs trade which in itself is completely just a consequence of prohibition? If they were caught and they said you gave them that idea would you be happy to stand trial for incitement to murder which is basically what this is? Which of the two categories of right wingers that I suggested do you suppose I think you are?[/p][/quote]"What if one of you're none too bright right wingers" Oh the irony!!! The only one mentioning killing is you, moron.[/p][/quote]Oh I'm sorry I must have thought lethal dose meant something else. Can you give an impact assessment on the effects to the addict? RollandSmoke
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