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Drugs in Swansea 21:07 - May 13 with 2125 viewsDarran

Coming from Liverpool.

https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/drugs-swansea-liverpool-paul-hickm

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Drugs in Swansea on 23:21 - May 13 with 1514 viewsNotLoyal

Do you see a link in disliking a whole area of people to recent threads ?

No I didn't invent the tit wÁnk you stupid fcking twát Oh ... Shhhhh, yes it's me, I think I really p1ssed that bloke from Aberdare off. Don't tell him.
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Drugs in Swansea on 06:37 - May 14 with 1412 viewsWarwickHunt

Take a day off, Dar FFS...
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Drugs in Swansea on 09:08 - May 14 with 1309 viewsLeonWasGod

Scum. A 60 year old from Swansea involved at this end too - what the feck is wrong with some people. This won't stop while people still want their coke or fix though.
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Drugs in Swansea on 09:12 - May 14 with 1304 viewsVincent_Vega

Phucking awful this trade is, these low lives benefiting from misery.

However if it's cheaper to have half a gram of Charlie than it is to get a round in the demand will always be there.

Boycott Shampoo......Demand Real Poo!!!

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Drugs in Swansea on 09:59 - May 14 with 1255 viewsDarran

Drugs in Swansea on 06:37 - May 14 by WarwickHunt

Take a day off, Dar FFS...


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Drugs in Swansea on 10:00 - May 14 with 1252 viewsWarwickHunt

Drugs in Swansea on 09:59 - May 14 by Darran

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Drugs in Swansea on 10:01 - May 14 with 1250 viewsjackrmee

This is not a new phenomena

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Drugs in Swansea on 10:03 - May 14 with 1244 viewsDarran

Drugs in Swansea on 10:00 - May 14 by WarwickHunt

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Drugs in Swansea on 10:20 - May 14 with 1228 viewsWarwickHunt

Drugs in Swansea on 10:03 - May 14 by Darran

I bounce? 🤷🏻‍♂️


Typo. Fûck off.
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Drugs in Swansea on 10:25 - May 14 with 1218 viewsDarran

Drugs in Swansea on 10:20 - May 14 by WarwickHunt

Typo. Fûck off.


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Drugs in Swansea on 12:18 - May 14 with 1145 viewsWarwickHunt

Drugs in Swansea on 10:25 - May 14 by Darran

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Thank fùck I'm not from Liverpool or I'd never hear the end of it...
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Drugs in Swansea on 12:21 - May 14 with 1139 viewsDarran

Drugs in Swansea on 12:18 - May 14 by WarwickHunt

Thank fùck I'm not from Liverpool or I'd never hear the end of it...


Cockney twàt.

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Drugs in Swansea on 13:00 - May 14 with 1104 viewsNeath_Jack

Drugs in Swansea on 09:08 - May 14 by LeonWasGod

Scum. A 60 year old from Swansea involved at this end too - what the feck is wrong with some people. This won't stop while people still want their coke or fix though.


Legalise it then.

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Drugs in Swansea on 16:17 - May 14 with 983 viewsDafyddHuw

Drugs in Swansea on 13:00 - May 14 by Neath_Jack

Legalise it then.


Amen brother.

About time this country started being grown up about drugs consumption, like the rest of Europe, Australia, NZ, parts of America ecen (which is unbelievable).

We own our bodies. It's nobody's business what we do with them.
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Drugs in Swansea on 21:49 - May 14 with 841 viewsFlashberryjack

Drugs in Swansea on 16:17 - May 14 by DafyddHuw

Amen brother.

About time this country started being grown up about drugs consumption, like the rest of Europe, Australia, NZ, parts of America ecen (which is unbelievable).

We own our bodies. It's nobody's business what we do with them.


Legalise Heroin and Cocaine ?
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Drugs in Swansea on 22:14 - May 14 with 820 viewsPentyrchJack

Drugs in Swansea on 16:17 - May 14 by DafyddHuw

Amen brother.

About time this country started being grown up about drugs consumption, like the rest of Europe, Australia, NZ, parts of America ecen (which is unbelievable).

We own our bodies. It's nobody's business what we do with them.


I agree it is a question of people choosing whether they want screw up their lives (and their family) by doing hard drugs, what I disagree with is working to pay the social security bills and NHS bills of cokeheads who decide not to work and contribute to society.

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Drugs in Swansea on 23:20 - May 14 with 772 viewscontroversial_jack

Drugs in Swansea on 21:49 - May 14 by Flashberryjack

Legalise Heroin and Cocaine ?


Yes, legalise, regulate and control it! It would put the dealers out of business, cut crime, reduce prison overcrowding cut deaths from overdoses and it would be possible to offer addicts help rather than penalise them.Many a person has had their career prospects ruined by minor convictions

It's been done successfully in some other countries with great success
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Drugs in Swansea on 07:35 - May 15 with 688 viewsswanforthemoney

Drugs in Swansea on 23:20 - May 14 by controversial_jack

Yes, legalise, regulate and control it! It would put the dealers out of business, cut crime, reduce prison overcrowding cut deaths from overdoses and it would be possible to offer addicts help rather than penalise them.Many a person has had their career prospects ruined by minor convictions

It's been done successfully in some other countries with great success


Don’t disagree with the theory but which countries have legalised cocaine and heroin successfully?

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Drugs in Swansea on 08:28 - May 15 with 656 viewstheloneranger

Drugs in Swansea on 07:35 - May 15 by swanforthemoney

Don’t disagree with the theory but which countries have legalised cocaine and heroin successfully?


https://www.theguardian.com/news/2017/dec/05/portugals-radical-drugs-policy-is-w



"It is important to note that Portugal stabilised its opioid crisis, but it didn’t make it disappear. While drug-related death, incarceration and infection rates plummeted, the country still had to deal with the health complications of long-term problematic drug use. Diseases including hepatitis C, cirrhosis and liver cancer are a burden on a health system that is still struggling to recover from recession and cutbacks. In this way, Portugal’s story serves as a warning of challenges yet to come"
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Drugs in Swansea on 09:57 - May 15 with 634 viewsvalleyboy

Drugs in Swansea on 23:20 - May 14 by controversial_jack

Yes, legalise, regulate and control it! It would put the dealers out of business, cut crime, reduce prison overcrowding cut deaths from overdoses and it would be possible to offer addicts help rather than penalise them.Many a person has had their career prospects ruined by minor convictions

It's been done successfully in some other countries with great success


It won’t necessarily mean that the drug problem will go away

Yes you may get rid of a lot of drug dealers

But what does that do

Bring the price of drugs down, so addicts can buy more

The problem is much more complicated than to legalise, regulate and control drugs

I can never understand why anyone would ever take drugs in the first place and that include smoking

It’s beyond belief that some people are that stupid.

That by taking something, in where they have no clue where it came from and what the drug was.

That it could do them some serious harm or even kill you

I’m not a religious person as such

But believe that if God wanted you to smoke.

He would put a chimney on top of your head

With something similar if you took drugs
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Drugs in Swansea on 10:26 - May 15 with 613 viewscontroversial_jack

Drugs in Swansea on 09:57 - May 15 by valleyboy

It won’t necessarily mean that the drug problem will go away

Yes you may get rid of a lot of drug dealers

But what does that do

Bring the price of drugs down, so addicts can buy more

The problem is much more complicated than to legalise, regulate and control drugs

I can never understand why anyone would ever take drugs in the first place and that include smoking

It’s beyond belief that some people are that stupid.

That by taking something, in where they have no clue where it came from and what the drug was.

That it could do them some serious harm or even kill you

I’m not a religious person as such

But believe that if God wanted you to smoke.

He would put a chimney on top of your head

With something similar if you took drugs


Drugs won't go away it's always been here, but millions worldwide take recreational drugs and alcohol without any problems whatsoever. Saying ppl shouldn't take drugs is naive and accomplishes nothing as the futile war on drugs has shown.

If it's controlled and regulated however the quality can be improved. It's the impurities that heroin is cut with that does the damage not the drug itself. Collapsed veins, ulcers bad circulation all caused by the cutting agents. Overdoses also occur by users injecting unknown strengths of the drug into their system,They could be taking 40% heroin on a regular basis, next time the dealer messes up and makes it 55%, that's what causes overdoes not the user taking more and more
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Drugs in Swansea on 10:28 - May 15 with 609 viewscontroversial_jack

Drugs in Swansea on 07:35 - May 15 by swanforthemoney

Don’t disagree with the theory but which countries have legalised cocaine and heroin successfully?


Portugal, Switzerland, and Vancouver in Canada. There was even a pilot scheme in liverpool during the 80s which was very successful until the funding was removed.

Certain states in the US are decriminialisng marijuana, it will be interesting to see what happens, certainly their prisons won't be so full
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Drugs in Swansea on 10:34 - May 15 with 604 viewsvalleyboy

Drugs in Swansea on 10:26 - May 15 by controversial_jack

Drugs won't go away it's always been here, but millions worldwide take recreational drugs and alcohol without any problems whatsoever. Saying ppl shouldn't take drugs is naive and accomplishes nothing as the futile war on drugs has shown.

If it's controlled and regulated however the quality can be improved. It's the impurities that heroin is cut with that does the damage not the drug itself. Collapsed veins, ulcers bad circulation all caused by the cutting agents. Overdoses also occur by users injecting unknown strengths of the drug into their system,They could be taking 40% heroin on a regular basis, next time the dealer messes up and makes it 55%, that's what causes overdoes not the user taking more and more


“Drugs won’t go away, it’s always been here”

In your lifetime maybe

But where I live. I can say there was no drugs being used in the late sixties early seventies

What you are doing is making excuses for weak minded people

What good are people to a country if they are high on drugs

No use whatsoever

Just a burden for others
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Drugs in Swansea on 10:45 - May 15 with 593 viewscontroversial_jack

Drugs in Swansea on 10:34 - May 15 by valleyboy

“Drugs won’t go away, it’s always been here”

In your lifetime maybe

But where I live. I can say there was no drugs being used in the late sixties early seventies

What you are doing is making excuses for weak minded people

What good are people to a country if they are high on drugs

No use whatsoever

Just a burden for others


Opium was freely available in the shops of london during the 20s, heroin likewise in the USA. doctors used to give addicts in the US their regular fix of heroin , and these ppl would then go about their jobs, family life etc. Then came the criminalisation of drugs, all that stopped and we saw the rise of illegal dealers and street crime, so, yes drugs have always been here.

The same happened with prohibition in the USA, alcohol was pushed underground, the quality dropped and drinkers turned to strong liqueur rather than beer as there was less quantities to smuggle and bigger profits.Make anything illegal and the demand doesn't go way.

The war on drugs is essentially prohibition
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Drugs in Swansea on 10:48 - May 15 with 592 viewscontroversial_jack

Drugs in Swansea on 10:34 - May 15 by valleyboy

“Drugs won’t go away, it’s always been here”

In your lifetime maybe

But where I live. I can say there was no drugs being used in the late sixties early seventies

What you are doing is making excuses for weak minded people

What good are people to a country if they are high on drugs

No use whatsoever

Just a burden for others


I don't know where you lived, but where i did, drugs were rampant in the late 60s and early 70s, admittedly not as bad as it is today but it was there.
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