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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:24 pm    Post subject: Overdose Crisis in a Canadian city Reply with quote

One of my themes, on this board, is that the elites are chasing different political and social policy goals than those that are needed by the population.

The trust-fund Prime Minister thinks that climate change and gender issues are the really really really important and that we can do better.

This is a Vice video of a working class family in Sault Ste Marie. This is representing more and more of the lives being lived out in Canada right now. Of course, it's different form Sault Ste Marie in Thunder Bay or Saskatoon, or Halifax ... and it focuses on the drug aspect of the problem at the end, but the first 15 minutes, showing the background, is a realistic and typical depiction of working class life in Canada these days.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2kqgX2KjTY

Climate change? Do you think the people in this video care?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

trudeau seems to address issues in the media , so if something is a big deal on the nightly news , he wants to be seen addressing it . I don't get the feeling he is the type to try and discover an issue and create a solution for it


the overdose crisis is clearly real , I think the situation in Sault Ste Marie is accurate and reflective of what is happening in other communities .

but its difficult to know whats really going on as overdoses aren't often reported and even deaths often aren't revealed to the general public , obituaries often don't say the person overdosed

from what I've read in the police news online there has been fentanyl , heroin and cocaine arrests for trafficking all over Ontario , not just anyone city or region but all over the place . its clear there is a significant street demand for these drugs and dealers looking to make easy money are willing to sell them


although there doesn't seem to be a clear solution , that's one thing I picked up when I watched parts of that video the other day . what exactly is the solution ? long term are these addicts going to go into treatment ?
the increased awareness of the drug crisis by paramedics has likely saved many lives as has naloxone , the death count would be significantly higher if not for it
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:53 pm    Post subject: Re: Overdose Crisis in a Canadian city Reply with quote

Bugs wrote:
One of my themes, on this board, is that the elites are chasing different political and social policy goals than those that are needed by the population.

Elites? You must be triggered to use that word. Its a completely stupid phrase only worthy of Doug Ford and his idiots .


Anyhow, perhaps you should have looked first?

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/substance-abuse/prescription-drug-abuse/opioids/responding-canada-opioid-crisis.html

Reading , do you think people read or just like to make up things? LOL!
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2018 9:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I hope the comments of TC don't discourage the gentle reader from watching the video and understand that it is a description of life for one family in what once was industrial Canada, and use it for insight.

I confess, I don't even know how to reply to somebody who judges things by the use of a single word, "elites". In any case, the word isn't used in the video. He seems to feel that his condemnation is sufficient. He doesn't have to do anything but express his emotions, and the argument goes away.

But the elites in this country are screwed up. Look at the chaos they have brought down on the Progressive Conservatives of Ontario.

My question is: why isn't this 'in politics'?

Sorry, I've wasted too many keystrokes on the troll already. There is no 'good faith' in him. It isn't an honest exchange. It's a waste of time.

When he has a point, I'll respond.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

could only watch the first twenty minutes ... it is all too sad ... i cannot understand how tptb have permitted this problem to fester for so long ... how are the dealers able to operate so easily???
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 11:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

All good questions. Here's something our native brothers are doing.

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Indigenous Communities Across Canada Move to Banish Drug Dealers
March 20, 2017 by Red Power Media, Staff

The Atikamekw community of Obedjiwan, located about 600 kilometres north of Montreal, uses banishment.

The controversial tactic of banishment is catching on in Indigenous communities across Canada.

Fighting rampant drug use, advocates say the tool should be used against drug dealers.

Bobby Cameron, the regional chief for the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, is among many prominent figures publicly endorsing the strategy.

He estimates in Saskatchewan alone, 10 First Nations communities have implemented a banishment policy for individuals suspected of dealing drugs.

Bobby Cameron says banishment can be used as one of several approaches to addressing drug abuse on reserves. (Adam Hunter/CBC)

“And there are many more who have begun the discussion.”

Trina Roache, the Atlantic correspondent for APTN National News, says it’s difficult to tackle criminal behaviour in small communities because going to the authorities is risky.

“People don’t want to go forward because they’re going to be labelled as a rat,” Roache tells Anna Maria Tremonti.

“When [dealers] are charged, they come back, and sometimes the case can fall apart because there’s that intimidation factor.”

And Cameron says drug dealers and gangs on reserves are targeting children as young 10.

He goes on to explain that the terms of banishment vary between communities. But typically banishment would apply to individuals charged with drug dealing, and those who are banished may return to the community after a few years if they demonstrate rehabilitation.

‘Banishment is not new … For hundreds of years, long before any government set foot on these ancestral lands — there was banishment.’ – Bobby Cameron

But Cameron stresses banishment is one tool among many that should be used in fighting drug abuse on reserves.

He says resources for treatment, education about the impacts of addiction, and ownership of the Indigenous justice system are also crucial.

And communities that want to use banishment may meet legal hurdles. There are concerns the policy could be challenged under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

But Hadley Friedland, a professor of law at the University of Alberta, says this may be an opportunity to refine the relationship between the Canadian legal system and Indigenous law.

“We’ll start seeing successes, and it will be a great springboard for conversations about implementing Indigenous laws and making Indigenous communities safe.”

“We need to look the other way as well, and say ‘what have we created that makes drug dealers find First Nations such an enclave to go to?’ We don’t want First Nations carrying that load for of all Canadian society.”
https://redpowermedia.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/indigenous-communities-across-canada-move-to-banish-drug-dealers/


The gentle reader should understand that, in tribal societies, the community is defined by and organized through kinship, with an interface with the bureaucracy. These people are banishing their cousins, brothers, sisters, and so on. It's not a trivial thing -- in fact, in traditional kinship societies, being banished in one short of capital punishment.

In the traditional society, being alone in the woods often meant a short life. But in our time, it means dumping their problems on the greater society.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2018 10:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Winnipeg Liberal MP Ouellette calls on all MPs to combat meth crisis, after being ‘solicited’ for sex by two young addicts in his riding office
By ABBAS RANA NOV. 19, 2018

Liberal MP Robert-Falcon Ouellette says meth addicts have showed up at his Winnipeg Centre constituency office several times in the recent past, cornered his staff behind their desks, yelled and screamed at them, and offered him sex, which he declined.

Rookie Liberal MP Robert-Falcon Ouellette is urging all MPs to come up with a co-ordinated strategy to address the issue of meth addiction, which he says will spread to all regions of the country in the coming months.

A Winnipeg Liberal MP is calling on all MPs to come up with a national strategy to deal with a “huge, massive, and terrible meth crisis” that he’s dealing with now in his riding, and is predicting will spread to other regions of the country if not addressed immediately through nationally coordinated action.

“We’re the canary in the coal mine,” said rookie Liberal MP Robert-Falcon Ouellette (Winnipeg Centre, Man.) in an interview last week with The Hill Times. “It’s coming, it’s going to hit the East soon because the meth is much cheaper, and right now the market is being flooded with this. It’s going to be a problem for them [all MPs], at some point.”

Mr. Ouellette represents an inner-city riding with a high percentage of people living in poverty, people with disabilities, newcomers, and Indigenous people, and he said the meth-addiction issue has been slowly building up in the Winnipeg area. The chief reason, he said, is that meth is cheaper compared to other drugs, and gives users an easy, long high. He said the drug is produced in Mexican factories, and while it’s illegal in Canada, the market is flooded with huge supplies of meth.

“It makes you feel so good, apparently,” said Mr. Ouellette, who won the riding in the last election with 54.5 per cent of the vote and by 8,981 votes. “It lasts 16 hours and creates a psychosis because you don’t sleep, and you go, and you go, and you go, and you get to the point where all of a sudden, the glass overflows.” [....]
https://www.hilltimes.com/2018/11/19/winnipeg-liberal-mp-ouellette-solicited-sex-exchange-money-constituency-office-two-young-meth-addicted-women-calls-mps-work-together-fight/176443
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This is an example of a MP finding out a bit about the people he 'represents' ... are we to think that before this incident, he didn't know???? Or that if she'd be cuter, and didn't smell of glue, there might have been a different outcome?

I shouldn't pick on this MP. He's actually in the lead. He shares a social condition with most politicians of every stripe. They don't represent us so much as pursue their advantages. in differing degrees. Good for this one for speaking out ... most don't.

Do you recall the MP from Kenora who raised the issue of addiction, with examples from her riding? And how she was chastised for being racist?

To give you an idea of the scale of this problem nationally, the condo-building boom in Vancouver and Toronto, as well as other places, is partially fueled by underground drug money being "washed". It's not the only factor, but the money involved is of such scale that investment consultants weigh its effect in making investment decisions.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 9:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( I recalled seeing this thread a while back , saw this article online , unfortuently things in the Soo appear to have gotten worse not better since the CTV / vice documentary aired .

this article from a few days ago . talks about 3 recent overdose deaths and 4 other deaths which occurred a month or so ago . all within the city of Sault Ste Marie . 7 drug deaths is very high for a city that size )



Three more die in the Soo of opioid overdoses

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Published on: December 2, 2018 | Last Updated: December 2, 2018 11:13 AM EST


Three more Sault Ste. Marie residents are dead of suspected opioid overdoses.

One man and two women, ranging in age from their late twenties to late thirties, have died since Wednesday. Two of the deaths happened Friday night or Saturday morning, Const. Sonny Spina of Sault Ste. Marie Police Service said.

At least one of the three died at a residence. The three overdoses happened “across the city,” said Spina.

The deaths follow four other overdoses, also thought to be linked to opioids, about a month ago.

It’s “too early to tell” if there was any foul play in the most recent deaths, said Spina. Autopsies will be done. There’s “nothing glaring” connecting the three most recent overdoses to each other or to the earlier deaths.

“It’s something that is definitely being investigated,” said Spina. Seven drug fatalities in the span of about four weeks is “definitely concerning.”

Police are investigating if the narcotics taken by the trio were from the same source.

“There’s not a concentrated location where we’re seeing this happen,” said Spina. “It’s affecting everyone across the city equally.”

Persons who die of opioid overdoses know there is a risk of using narcotics, such as heroin or cocaine, but likely didn’t intend to use opioids themselves.

“The problem is that they don’t recognize, or realize, these drugs are now mixed with some kind of opioid (that) has a very, very fast and dangerous effect on their body,” said Spina. “The safest thing is for them to assume that, yes, (their narcotic) has it.”

Early warning signs of opioid poisoning are drowsiness, slow heart rate, difficulty breathing, clammy cold skin and trouble walking or talking.

Naloxone can temporarily reverse the impact of opioids.

“If you suspect someone is experiencing opioid poisoning, and you are unsure of what they have taken, you will do no harm by giving naloxone,” police say. “Side effects are extremely rare.”


https://www.nugget.ca/news/local-news/three-more-die-in-the-soo-of-opioid-overdoses
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good for you, RCO. This is not something that should be considered in the same category as marijuana.

There were about 2500 drug deaths in all of Canada except Quebec in 2016, but the rates vary a lot. The national rate is about 8.8/100,000.

Just to make it more real, that's not quite 7 a day or 48 corpses a week. The GTA -- greater Toronto area -- has a population of about 6,500,000. if the drug death rate were the national rate, that would mean that there are 572 drug deaths a year in Toronto, Mississauga, Pickering etc. Way more than the gun deaths that cause the gun control freaks to get animated.

The drugs that kill are not entirely opioids, but they figure prominently. The other relevant factoid is that these figures have been going up rapidly since 2015.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( I also saw this article about 2 non fatal drug overdoses in Sturgeon Falls , another sleepy northern Ontario city ( population of only 14,000 ) . where there has been a large number of drug related incidents in recent years

its weird I had a relative who moved there for some reason and I recall being in that town 15 or 20 years ago ( but haven't been back since ) and don't ever remember drugs or crime being a problem. going downtown or to the restaurants it seemed like sesame street . really a rather innocent place . to think that sort of town has a hard drug problem is hard to wrap your mind around )


POLICE DIGEST: PurpleH detected in Sturgeon Falls

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Published on: December 4, 2018 | Last Updated: December 4, 2018 11:08 AM EST


PurpleH detected in Sturgeon Falls

The West Nipissing Police Service said officers responded to two separate calls to assist EMS at two different homes in Sturgeon Falls Nov. 30.

The officers learned that people had overdosed, although both men survived.

Further investigation leads officers to believe the overdoses are linked to the consumption of PurpleH, a dangerous combination of heroin and fentanyl mixture.

“Police warn those who are using street drugs to use extreme caution as these drugs are extremely potent and potentially fatal,” the service said in a release.

Purple heroin has been confirmed to be heroin mixed with fentanyl or carfentanil and can also be sold under the name purple or purp.

Carfentanil is an opioid that is used by veterinarians for very large animals like elephants. Carfentanil is 100 times stronger than fentanyl. An amount the size of a grain of salt, or 20 micrograms could be fatal to a person.

Overdose symptoms include:

• blue lips or nails

• dizziness and confusion

• can’t be woken up

• choking, gurgling or snoring sounds

• slow, weak or no breathing

• drowsiness or difficulty staying awake

https://www.nugget.ca/news/local-news/police-digest-purpleh-detected-in-sturgeon-falls
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Good for you, RCO. This is not something that should be considered in the same category as marijuana.

There were about 2500 drug deaths in all of Canada except Quebec in 2016, but the rates vary a lot. The national rate is about 8.8/100,000.

Just to make it more real, that's not quite 7 a day or 48 corpses a week. The GTA -- greater Toronto area -- has a population of about 6,500,000. if the drug death rate were the national rate, that would mean that there are 572 drug deaths a year in Toronto, Mississauga, Pickering etc. Way more than the gun deaths that cause the gun control freaks to get animated.

The drugs that kill are not entirely opioids, but they figure prominently. The other relevant factoid is that these figures have been going up rapidly since 2015.




Sault Ste Marie only has a population of 73,368 , so 7 drug deaths in just 2 months is a very high number . the article also doesn't discuss if there were other deaths earlier this year which I'd imagine is highly likely in such a place or exactly how many people have died so far this year from drugs


I recalling hearing that Sault Ste Marie only had 2 murders this year so far ( which might be considered a lot for that city ) , 1 in Feb and 1 in Nov . neither article states what type of weapon was used if any , so I doubt either was a shooting . drug deaths out number murders by a large amount in that city



https://www.saultstar.com/news/local-news/sault-man-charged-with-second-degree-murder


https://www.sootoday.com/city-police-beat/sault-man-charged-with-second-degree-murder-after-man-found-dead-on-morin-street-836638
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2018 9:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( the drug situation appears to be more severe in some of these northern areas then we realise , with news of yet another significant drug seizure in Sturgeon Falls , involving many hard drugs we typically wouldn't expect to see in such a small city )


Police seize suspected heroin-fentanyl mixture

West Nipissing Police Service
West Nipissing Police Service


CTV Northern Ontario
Published Wednesday, December 5, 2018 6:28PM EST



It happened in Sturgeon Falls, just west of North Bay.

During the early morning hours of December 4, West Nipissing Police Service officers were on general patrol on John Street in Sturgeon Falls.

The officers observed a man walking in the area and a short time later, the officers observed same man walking out from behind a building.


He was stopped by police and questioned after his backpack, that was hidden a short distance away, his located. Upon searching the man and the backpack, police seized a substantial amount of street drugs and money.

Officers seized:
• over 16 grams of suspected Purple H (heroine/fentanyl mixture),
• 13 grams of cocaine,
• 17 grams of Crystal Meth,
• over 1700 methamphetamine pills (speed),
• 158 grams of marijuana,
• and over $2500.00 cash.

The street value of the drugs is estimated at approximately $26,000.

A 42-year-old man from Sturgeon Falls now faces five counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of property obtained by crime and breach of Probation.

Anyone with information about this occurrence is asked to contact the West Nipissing Police Service at 705-753-1234. For those who wish to remain anonymous, there are three ways to contact the Near North Crime Stoppers. Call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), text the word “Nipper” plus the tip information to CRIMES (274637), or submit a tip online at nearnorthcrimestoppers.com.

https://northernontario.ctvnews.ca/police-seize-suspected-heroin-fentanyl-mixture-1.4206342
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This is another angle on life in Ontario ... it probably isn't that different in other provinces though I think this is a lot more prevalent in the metropolitan areas ... let's put it this way, in modern day Canada, probably every high school has more weirdos cruising around for young boys than girls ... yet we pretend that it's the girls who are at risk.
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122 alleged pedophiles busted across Ontario in a single month
Brad Hunter
Updated: December 5, 2018 10:15 PM EST

They feed their vile addictions in basements, in the shadows and late at night as the world sleeps.

These men and women are hunting for new thrills to add to a twisted catalogue of depravity.

One cop once told me he could put every graduating officer in the ACC (now the Scotiabank Arena) and they could spend the rest of their lives trolling the sewer for pedophiles.

On Wednesday, Ontario Provincial Police announced the result of just a single month’s investigations into child exploitation.

The heartbreaking results are eye-popping. And deeply troubling.

During November, the OPP and its 26 regional partners across the province laid 551 charges against 122 people while identifying 55 alleged child victims and referring them for help.

Among this twisted roster are teachers — past and present — emergency services personnel, military members, gamers, heavy metal singers and others who are active in local communities.

But detectives say what they uncovered in November was just “the tip of the iceberg.”

To wit: Investigators discovered 834 unique IP addresses accessing child pornography during November.

Some of the victims were as young as three years old.

“Some of these victims are so young, they cannot report the crimes because they have not uttered their first word,” OPP Insp. Tina Chalk told reporters.
https://torontosun.com/news/local-news/122-charged-with-child-exploitation-in-ontario-in-november?fbclid=IwAR2_2kho0PvEeKl7FJrB6WW8QKYlVZTUDwZiQxkSiQluvLEk5i_bvsJKTP8
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I have no answers. I am not on a crusade against homosexuality. I think this is a hatefully written story. For the record, people who watch porn aren't my problem either. It's the sexual culture that our present educational establishmet is so actively shaping.

Putting together one's own sexuality is profoundly one's own business, and not something that state social engineers should feel free to alter as a reaction to pressure groups.

The schools are 'normalizing' homosexuality by taking away the traditional social defenses young men had against advances. Any natural revulsion they might feel is now described as a kind of mental illness -- homophobia. In these schools, being a homophobe is akin to being a racist. The schools are even encouraging boys to wear dresses and makeup. Almost nobody in the heterosexual population wants this for their children, but it is imposed on them.

That's the way I feel. Otherwise, consenting adults ... I have no doubt that there are lots of homosexuals who basically agree with me.
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This is another angle on life in Ontario ... it probably isn't that different in other provinces though I think this is a lot more prevalent in the metropolitan areas ... let's put it this way, in modern day Canada, probably every high school has more weirdos cruising around for young boys than girls ... yet we pretend that it's the girls who are at risk.

There is of course nothing to back up this assertion? And why is it more an urban than rural thing? Or did you mean more of them in urban settings....which may be true due to sheer numbers.

But my experience is exactly the opposite , although I will not suggest that it is more a rural than urban problem.
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122 alleged pedophiles busted across Ontario in a single month
Brad Hunter
Updated: December 5, 2018 10:15 PM EST

They feed their vile addictions in basements, in the shadows and late at night as the world sleeps.

These men and women are hunting for new thrills to add to a twisted catalogue of depravity.

One cop once told me he could put every graduating officer in the ACC (now the Scotiabank Arena) and they could spend the rest of their lives trolling the sewer for pedophiles.

On Wednesday, Ontario Provincial Police announced the result of just a single month’s investigations into child exploitation.

The heartbreaking results are eye-popping. And deeply troubling.



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I have no answers. I am not on a crusade against homosexuality.

Wait...are we talking about pedophiles or homosexuals?

Why conflate the two. The facts are gays are not pedo's in any way shape or form.

We know you want to link them, but educated folks know not to.


One cannot use an apple to compare an orange.
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It's the sexual culture that our present educational establishmet is so actively shaping.

Our education establishment does no such thing.

Society shapes sexual culture. Schools do not teach sexuality, they teach sex education.
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The schools are 'normalizing' homosexuality by taking away the traditional social defenses young men had against advances.

Homosexuality is normal. We have seen throughout history that is so. We have become enlightened to this over the past few decades.
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Any natural revulsion they might feel is now described as a kind of mental illness -- homophobia. In these schools, being a homophobe is akin to being a racist.

If by meaning both are a product of ignorance , ok. If one is a racist they are by definition hateful to another group (race) for no other reason than ignorance. If one is a homophobe, that too stems from ignorance.
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The schools are even encouraging boys to wear dresses and makeup.

Oh? Perhaps you could link to any school that does so. I mean, take all the time you want . But we both know this challenge will go unfulfilled since we both know that no school anywhere does so.
But you have your feelings.....
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Almost nobody in the heterosexual population wants this for their children, but it is imposed on them.

Lots dont. You have that right.

But for reasons you dont quite comprehend. Parents dont want this for their child because of homophobia, ignorance and prejudice that they face. That struggle is real.
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That's the way I feel. Otherwise, consenting adults ... I have no doubt that there are lots of homosexuals who basically agree with me.


I seriously doubt that since most gays would find you ignorant to their plight, ignorant of the issues they face.
For instance? You link pedo's with gays.

That right there means almost none would concur with you.
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Wait...are we talking about pedophiles or homosexuals?

Why conflate the two. The facts are gays are not pedo's in any way shape or form.

We know you want to link them, but educated folks know not to.


This is the definition of paedophilia:

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Pedophilia (alternatively spelled paedophilia) is a psychiatric disorder in which an adult or older adolescent experiences a primary or exclusive sexual attraction to prepubescent children.[1][2] Although girls typically begin the process of puberty at age 10 or 11, and boys at age 11 or 12,[3] criteria for pedophilia extend the cut-off point for prepubescence to age 13.[4] A person who is diagnosed with pedophilia must be at least 16 years old, and at least five years older than the prepubescent child, for the attraction to be diagnosed as pedophilia.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedophilia


The ones who are cruising boys in Grade 8 are not paedophiles. They're homosexuals. True paedophiles are repulsed by approaching adolescence, which turns them off. But in the predatory homosexuals view, a 15-year-old boy is prime grade A stuff ... finger-lickin' good!

30 and 40-year-old men driving around high schools looking for teenager boys are not paedophiles. They are entirely homosexuals. Whoever told you any different was lying.

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Re: sexual normality: Homosexuality may be 'normal' for 3% of the population. But in high schools, a third and more and more young men are 'identifying' as either ''gay" or "bisexual". Besides, in high school they don't even know what they are. They are learning that being male means you are vile, and women can't trust you, blah, blah, blah ...

They have these stupid ideas about it, that sucking dicks is something 'elevating', as if it will bring out the inner poet, or the inner interior decorator in someone. It's all nonsense, of course. (It actually brings out the inner priest.)

TC demands a source, but where is his source for the idea that homosexuality is 'normal' in the sense that is is a 'mainstreet' practice. It's viewed as a shameful and contemptible practice even where it is accepted. It's something to be done in the shadows. Much of the time homosexuals don't even know the name of the person they are having sex with.

One of the great fictions of our time is that homosexual "love"is just like normal people "love" -- except for "loving" people of their own sex. It's a total lie. Homosexual sex is full of domination & submission, master & slave, whips and chains, and leather outfits.
Basically, homosexuality eroticizes degradation.

You don't see gays going to their dates front door with flowers and chocolates. None of that courtship crap.

Where heterosexual love-making is mutual, both parties pleasuring the other as they pleasure themselves, homosexual love is all about one down on their knees before another, about 'scoring' and extreme mixes of power games with sex and (these days) the best drugs in the city. There;s nothing mutual about it.

Ask someone who's been there. What's your source, TC?

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There's another thing about homosexuality people should know. It takes place in the lowest of places. Drug addicts often sell themselves for sex. Prisons are full of it. So are mental hospitals. You would get the idea that homosexuality automatically gave you ten IQ points ... Hollywood has it that way.

There is no doubt that there are also homosexual high-achievers. But at least a part of that picture is that these are men that are relieved of family responsibilities. It's not a little thing, particularly these days.
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Overdose Crisis in a Canadian city

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