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  • My Own Personal Words On Gangstalking Drug Dealers

    Theres always a RAY of NOBBY sunshine at the end of a drug deal, And MANY More Too, YOU Just Have To Wait And Watch
    Nonces Will Always Give YOU Enough Rope, They Just Cant Stop

    First off, if im a Pedo Nounce, or a Sex Case, as my Gangstalkers seem to call me, though i have NO Police Record, then what are all of my Gangstalkers called in what They Do On A Daily Basis, and Every Day?,
    Especially after my investigations have found that my Gangstalkers are all Drug Users, and Dealers, that really have not only Enslaved Kids with there Drugs, but actually Killed Young Children???,


    Also Its YOU that have orphaned many kids through drug related deaths, Even to the extent of YOU dealing drugs to your own kids, and Vise Verser
    Because i have loads of documented, and recorded information on you ALL,
    including those that have died in public toilets, with needles hanging out there arms, or the women youve beat on a daily basis
    YES your well respected for it, and im sure your proud too
    SO WHAT ARE YOU CALLED???, Apart from Cowardly Nonce Scumbags, I MEAN WHERE DO YOU REALLY THINK YOUR CLASSED IN SOCIETY???

    Infact WHY Dont You Lot Come Have A One To One Lie Detector Test With Me, And Lets Get Some Real Truth Going, I Mean YOU Can Really Expose Me Then, Cant YOU???, Let Everyone Know What I Am, And YOU Think Of ME..........
    Well Instead Of Being Behind My Back, Following Me About Like The Pervert Nonces YOU ALL Are, Infact Leave Your Names Addresses, And Telephone Numbers In A Message, And We Can Arrange A Live Debate With Lie Detector Tests Set Up At The Masonic Nonce Lodge...


    The Poem Below describes what you scumbags do, and theres no pride to be had in it at all, So Shame On YOU ALL for what you do
    Look at this site here, and the stories on the left hand side, and not only see how people die, but how mothers, and fathers leave there children through scum like you :
    www.drugfreeworld.org/real-life-stories.html

    Plus what about all the babies that are born to addiction in hospitals??
    What of the babies killed through a mother taking drugs while pregnant??
    What of kids living in hell, and being mistreated, and always getting nothing, because there mums, and dads are selling there toys for drugs??,
    Because we all know where there money is being plied into giving you a good living, and life??

    THIS WHOLE SECTION I HOPE WILL SHOCK NORMAL PEOPLE INTO DOING SOMETHING ABOUT PEOPLE LIKE YOU
    Because if people really investigate, they would see its the same old people year in, and year out who are responsible for the drugs we see on our streets in the UK,
    Who are respected in our society as gods, and are on the untouched list, because of freemasonry

    Infact theres a growing global consensus that it is time to end the war on drugs. This war has had catastrophic effects on human health, human rights and global safety.
    Hundreds of thousands have died from the violence associated with the illegal drug market, fatal drug overdose and AIDS.
    Millions of others are living with HIV and serious medical conditions as a result. Hundreds of billions of ££££s have been spent on prisons and law enforcement.
    Families, neighborhoods and countries have been devastated by organized crime, corrupt governments and black market economies. The victims of this senseless war are unacknowledged and undefended.
    Without public input and pressure, governments are often reluctant to change policies, regardless of how ineffective they are.

    Heroin and opiate addiction, including cocaine spares no pity for race, gender, age, class, or financial status, or any other form of arbitrary separatist identification, as you will see posted within these forums, which i hope will educate you, and get you on board to help
    Theres also people out there who are responsible for these drugs, and who are killing our families, and neighborhoods every day, who are untouched by the law, because of there respect, and protection, which hopefully together we can bring them into the light, and expose them for what they are in life

    Ultimately, it is up to the individual to make the choice to live or die, weather its from drugs, or alcohol, or anything else
    But maybe, just maybe, through education and truth, we can start to see, and understand the real signs of a struggle within a person to be clean, and those who keep them enslaved through no fault of there own, as the peer pressure keeps them under control
    I mean do we seriously think its not right to grass a scumbag dealer, who will think nothing of enslaving our kids, and families, to years of hell

    Maybe it is time we stop being so selfish as we ignore the struggles of all our addicted people, weather young, or old, in exchange for the hope, that we can all work together to make these dealers truly feel the way they should in our communities
    Isn’t it time to wake up? As the choice is within us all to stop these dealer within our communities, weather there family , or not

    Just think if we could stick heroin in our cars, or use cocaine as an oil, we would soon see our governments start a war to take over the poppy fields to control it Etc, Etc
    Why do our governments do nothing, when they know it brings so much misery to everyone???

    Why do we as a society put up with drug dealers every day, and that nothing is ever done about it???
    Just look at the deaths we see every day from drugs, and the many families destroyed by it, why are these drug dealers looked up to as heroes??, and will never ever seem to get there doors crashed in, or arrested???
    Who is responsible for this failure???, and is it really acceptable to you???

    I can show you dads, and mums dealing drugs to there own kids, and in the same light, i can also show you kids dealing drugs to there own mums, and dads like its a natural thing to do in life
    I can show you kids who have lost dads to drugs, and i can show you kids that have lost mums to drugs
    I can show you much more than this, and a whole host of other drug related crime against society,
    but is it really acceptable to us, and the normal thing in life to us now??

    Does anybody really care that people are using this as a way to enslave us, and our families???
    That our kids will live in poverty, buying there drugs year in, and years out, while we sit at home worrying sick from one day to the next, hoping are kids aint going to die from an overdose, or even when the addiction will finally all end, while THEY will live like kings, and sleep in peace at homes valued over £100,000, if not more?

    Where therell have it right off in miami for a holiday, when our children will still be running about the streets for a drug fix??
    Where they will have great big church weddings, or even a wedding abroad in an exotic warm climate, while our kids are even lucky to even get married in a registry office

  • #2
    Read this site for help, and advice, as its very, very good, its called The Parental Underground :
    www.parentalunderground.com/

    Read this on the Drug War, and Politics, from the same site, which partly states what i said above, and why our governments do nothing :
    www.parentalunderground.com/drugwar.html

    This is also a good blog site for information called My Daughters Addiction :
    daughteraddiction.blogspot.co.uk/

    Another great Global Site called Faces Of The Drug War, there drug fact section goes for the UK too, so think about it :
    www.facesofthedrugwar.com/

    And finally another great site called Drug Free World :
    www.drugfreeworld.org/real-life-stories.html

    I Hope Everyone Wakes Up To YOU Scumbags

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    • #3
      Children of Meth Users

      Children are particularly vulnerable to the health effects associated with meth labs. Children are generally more at risk than adults to environmental hazards because:

      they have immature organ systems, faster metabolic rates, and weaker immune systems
      they eat more food, drink more fluids and breathe more air per pound of body weight
      they are less able to protect themselves
      their behaviors (crawling, dirt eating, hand-to-mouth) expose them to more hazards.
      Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) data showed that 30% of labs nationwide, and 50% of Minnesota labs had children living in them at the time of seizure. Illegal meth labs pose the greatest danger to children living where drugs are made. Children in meth labs are exposed to the highest levels of chemicals. They are at risk of explosion, fire, chemical burns, and are often neglected and abused by drug-using parents.

      Other hazards to children in these chaotic environments may include exposure to weapons, finished drugs and unsanitary conditions. Children in adjacent apartments, and those who live in former lab properties that have not been adequately cleaned are also at risk. Additionally, growing evidence shows risk to fetuses from exposure to ingested drugs and toxic chemicals in the home environment. Studies in Washington, Iowa and California show that childhood exposure to toxic meth lab chemicals can result in damage to kidneys, liver or spleen, and may lead to violent behavior. Absorption of methamphetamine through the skin may cause rapid heart rate, hypertension, seizures, or solvent intoxication. Therefore, children taken from meth lab environments should be evaluated at a hospital or clinic.

      Children of meth makers take a hit
      TULSA -- The dirty faces and filthy clothes belong to abandoned rag dolls, but the children Danielle Bishop finds living where meth is made cry real tears.

      They come from homes where what's cooking in the kitchen can kill them. Their sippy cups sometimes share a refrigerator shelf with toxic chemicals.

      Their tiny bodies reveal what their parents may deny -- exposure to methamphetamine often as homemade as mom's apple pie.

      "One kid told me how his dad makes it," said Bishop, a child crisis detective with the Tulsa Police Department. "He said, 'He puts the pills in there and shakes it up, and then he ...'

      "That boy was six years old."

      More than 1,250 clandestine methamphetamine-making operations were found in Oklahoma last year, many times in homes where children eat, sleep and play.

      Law officers won't breathe the air in these homes, entering only in head-to-toe protective gear. And yet, they find teddy bears and toy cars lying next to dangerous chemicals used to make meth.

      Last September, a 7-year-old Foyil boy grabbed a Mason jar of what he thought was water from his refrigerator and took a drink. What he drank, police said, was lye intended for the manufacturing of meth.

      He lived, but "the kid will never be the same," said Dr. William Banner, who treated the child at Tulsa's St. Francis Hospital and described his esophagus as burned away.

      In July, a 2-year-old McCurtain County girl was hospitalized after ingesting an unknown amount of the drug. Law officers who went to her home found glassware, acids and solvents used in meth-making. They also found toys.

      Children in Oklahoma also have been present when volatile makeshift labs exploded into flames.

      But what really worries doctors and authorities is the unknown -- the long-term effects on children daily exposed to chemical contamination where they live.

      "We're having hundreds and hundreds of kids exposed to these labs who are not getting the help they need," said Jerry Harris, an agent with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics.

      So far this year, 19 of 25 children have tested positive for the drug after being taken from suspected Tulsa County meth labs. Four of the 25 couldn't be tested, because they were too dehydrated to produce urine.

      No one knows exactly how children are exposed, said Dr. Penny Grant, who works with Bishop at the Children's Justice Center in Tulsa.

      Their parents may smoke meth, baby bottles may share the dishwasher with meth-making beakers and meth may be made in the kitchen, "where they cook the food," she said.

      Some of the exposed children she has examined show developmental delays, particularly in speech, she said. But it's hard to know if that is from meth or because of other factors, such as neglect when meth-addicted parents fall into a deep sleep for days.

      The legacy of meth's rapid spread in Oklahoma may prove to be the expense of special education down the line, she said. Studies have found children exposed to cocaine don't show some delays until they are school age.

      "If we don't intervene when we can, we're going to have big problems," Grant warned. "I don't think we've seen the peak effects yet."

      Federal authorities reported 103 children present in meth labs in Oklahoma in 2002, but investigators like Bishop say such cases are woefully underreported.

      Already this year, Tulsa police have found 40 children in 130 suspected meth-making operations.

      Once treated by police as an afterthought during meth busts, children are now considered potential witnesses and victims.

      "We'd release the kids to a relative," said Cpl. Mike Parsons, "and as soon as the parent would be released from jail, the kids would be stuck right back in that environment."

      Now in Tulsa County, narcotics agents and child welfare workers act as investigative teams through the Justice Center. Doctors trained to collect forensic evidence examine and test the children for the drug. The Department of Human Services finds them a place in foster care.

      When children are found in meth labs, prosecutors can charge the meth makers with child endangerment. But Bishop said mothers in particular escape the worst punishment, in part because males often take the blame for the meth making so their children won't be taken away.

      "We had one lady say meth made her a better mom because she could stay up with her kid and keep the house clean," Bishop said. "The house was a mess."

      Filth is common in homes where meth is made.

      Parsons shows photo after photo of living rooms that are nothing but mounds of dirty clothes, carpet burned with acid and kitchen countertops overflowing with encrusted dishes and beakers of half-cooked meth.

      Toilets often sit full of feces, the plumbing long eroded by the flushing of chemical waste.

      And the children are often found dirty, sometimes with no underwear or shoes. They come to Bishop hungry and thirsty. And boys and girls as young as 5 commonly act as caretakers to their little brothers and sisters, a job she suspects they often have in their neglected homes.

      "What tells us a lot," she said, "is when they go to the shelters, they're happy to go."

      Last year, more than 2,000 children were present during meth lab seizures nationwide, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Twenty-two were injured and two killed.

      Ninety percent of meth labs, said Harris, of Oklahoma's narcotics bureau, likely are never found.

      "We don't know how these kids are suffering," he said.

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      • #4

        Meth Babies

        Meth babies are children of meth users who have experienced the dangerous effects of meth. Children are particularly vulnerable to the health effects associated with meth labs.

        Meth babies are generally more at risk than adults to environmental hazards because:

        they have immature organ systems, faster metabolic rates, and weaker immune systems
        they eat more food, drink more fluids and breathe more air per pound of body weight
        they are less able to protect themselves
        their behaviors (crawling, dirt eating, hand-to-mouth) expose them to more hazards.
        Meth babies whose parents use or make meth are often neglected. Many are thin and hungry. They can have toxic chemical residue on their skin and toys. Many have respiratory problems. All suffer emotional problems. Barbara Knox, a pediatrician at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, says it's too soon to know what long-term effects these meth babies will suffer. Knox says most of the research focuses on babies born addicted to meth. It's a repeat of 20 years ago when the focus was on babies born addicted to crack. And like then, doctors and researchers have more questions than answers.

        Knox says some things are clear. She says if a woman uses meth early in her pregnancy, there's a greater chance the baby will experience brain damage or even pre-birth strokes.

        "These children were starting to have neurological damage, and some damage to their organs as well as to the respiratory system," says Knox.

        Dr. Knox says most doctors don't know what to look for in newborns. For instance, if meth babies first stool sample is tested, doctors can tell what the mother ingested over the previous six months. But if that first sample is missed, future tests can only verify what the mother took in, over the last 48 hours.

        In Anoka County, Minisota at least one baby born each week is addicted to meth. In one month, there were as many as 11 babies born with meth in their system.

        "It happens left and right," says Jacki Humphrey, a social worker. "We have a lot of pregnant users we're following, that may or may not test positive at birth. But then there's always some we've never heard of until the baby is born."

        When a meth baby is born, it is taken away from the mother. The mom isn't charged with a crime, but in order to get her baby back the mother has to get treatment and prove to the court she can stay sober. If she can't, her parental rights are terminated and the baby is placed for adoption.

        Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) data showed that 30% of labs nationwide, and 50% of Minnesota labs had children living in them at the time of seizure. Illegal meth labs pose the greatest danger to children living where drugs are made. Children in meth labs are exposed to the highest levels of chemicals. They are at risk of explosion, fire, chemical burns, and are often neglected and abused by drug-using parents.

        Other hazards to children in these chaotic environments may include exposure to weapons, finished drugs and unsanitary conditions. Children in adjacent apartments, and those who live in former lab properties that have not been adequately cleaned are also at risk. Additionally, growing evidence shows risk to fetuses from exposure to ingested drugs and toxic chemicals in the home environment. Studies in Washington, Iowa and California show that childhood exposure to toxic meth lab chemicals can result in damage to kidneys, liver or spleen, and may lead to violent behavior. Absorption of methamphetamine through the skin may cause rapid heart rate, hypertension, seizures, or solvent intoxication. Therefore, meth babies taken from meth lab environments should be evaluated at a hospital or clinic.

        Women who use meth during pregnancy often due irreversible damage to their unborn children. Often babies born to meth addicted mothers are asocial, incapable of bonding, have tremors, have birth defects, and cry for 24 hours without stopping. In addition to these problems babies experience when they are first born to meth addicted mothers, it has been proven that children born to meth addicted parents are at an increased risk of child abuse and neglect.


        What are the dangers of contracting HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis B or C by using meth?

        There is a danger of contracting HIV/AIDS and hepatitis B or C from meth abuse. The danger is much higher in individuals who inject the drug and share injection equipment. Infection with HIV and other infectious diseases is spread among injection drug users primarily through the reuse of contaminated syringes, needles, or other paraphernalia by more than one person. In addition to contracting these diseases from injection equipment, meth abusers often are not concerned about .safe sex. practices, or who they have sex with. This in turn means that they often spread diseases though sex without even knowing that they are infected.

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        • #5
          Drug Poem Thats A Fact :

          I destroy homes, I tear families apart, take your children, and that’s just the start.
          I’m more costly than diamonds, more precious than gold, The sorrow I bring is a sight to behold.
          If you need me, remember! I’m easily found, I live all around you – in schools and in town.
          I live with the rich; I live with the poor, I live down the street, and maybe next door.

          I’m made in a lab, but not like you think, I can be made under the kitchen sink.
          In your child’s closet, and even in the woods, If this scares you to death, well it certainly should.
          I have many names, but there’s one you know best, I’m sure you’ve heard of me, my name is crystal meth.

          My power is awesome; try me you’ll see, But if you do, you may never break free.
          Just try me once and I might let you go, But try me twice, and I’ll own your soul.
          When I possess you, you’ll steal and you’ll lie, You do what you have to — just to get high.
          The crimes you’ll commit for my narcotic charms Will be worth the pleasure you’ll feel in your arms, your lungs, your nose.

          You’ll lie to your mother; you’ll steal from your dad, When you see their tears, you should feel sad.
          But you’ll forget your morals and how you were raised, I’ll be your conscience, I’ll teach you my ways.
          I take kids from parents, and parents from kids, I turn people from God, and separate friends.
          I’ll take everything from you, your looks and your pride, I’ll be with you always — right by your side.

          You’ll give up everything - your family, your home, Your friends, your money, then you’ll be alone.
          I’ll take and take, till you have nothing more to give, When I’m finished with you, you’ll be lucky to live.
          If you try me be warned - this is no game, If given the chance, I’ll drive you insane.
          I’ll ravish your body, I’ll control your mind, I’ll own you completely, your soul will be mine.

          The nightmares I’ll give you while lying in bed, The voices you’ll hear, from inside your head.
          The sweats, the shakes, the visions you’ll see, I want you to know, these are all gifts from me.
          But then it’s too late, and you’ll know in your heart, That you are mine, and we shall not part.
          You’ll regret that you tried me, they always do, But you came to me, not I to you.

          You knew this is would happen, many times you were told, But you challenged my power, and chose to be bold.
          You could have said no, and just walked away, If you could live that day over, now what would you say?
          I’ll be your master, you will be my slave, I’ll even go with you, when you go to your grave.

          Now that you have met me, what will you do? Will you try me or not? It’s all up to you.
          I can bring you more misery than words can tell, Come take my hand, let me lead you to hell.


          Will you be a Mark, or a V.O.M.I.T ???
          Will YOU Keep Respectimg Drug Nonces??

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