Wow! There already is a “war” on drugs, but now the powers-that-be are declaring a "state of emergency”. What does this mean for the regular denizens of Harm City, James?
As a preamble, in my opinion, every person who overdoses and dies from heroin [I have had two in my family] is a person best gotten rid of. When I hear of a record ten overdoses in a day or some such shit I pump the fist of victory, for these are generally palefaces and the removal of palefaces that are so weak that they must shoot heroin to get through the day is a cleansing of my race, a strengthening of its quality.
First, Jeremy, how did we get here?
During the so-called unrest of April-May 2015, which was in fact a dual riot and purge planned by the Cripps, The Black Gorilla Family and parties unknown [although I suspect the Justice Department], unimagined loads of heroin were trucked into Baltimore as these gangs enjoyed zero police coverage for a full ten days! Ten days, not an eye in the sky, what can three gangs do with that? They can drive down the street coast of heroin to the point where retail prices in rural Maryland will drive the Oxy market down and convert pill poppers to juice shooters. We even have heroin homesteaders from outlying areas, affluent white teens who have moved to Baltimore and prostitute themselves to the hoodrats to get dope money. Recently expanded bus routes and Uber and Lift sedan services have enabled retail at 7-11s and Walmarts throughout Maryland, tapping into this supply. This Mother load did tale a big Federal hit last year, but it was literally just the tip of the iceberg. Imagine running a retail business for a year without having to make purchases? These gangs have been able to divert money from normal wholesale sourcing into developing alternative networks, one of which is smuggling dope via military channels. This is no more ingenious than watching American gangster with Denzel.
What this has meant to everyday Joes like me in Harm City and Harm County is:
1. There has been nearly zero police patrolling in nearly two years, which has increased black on white violence ten fold, but has also enabled me to carry a knife with little fear of police reprisals.
2. Grocery store clerks in Baltimore City have rescheduled their breaks to 4 a.m. so they can watch the armored columns of police, SWAT and feds snaking into ghetto hoods to take down five stash houses per week. [Note, this has failed to even reduce the flow of dope.]
3. Drug slinging on corners has become so dangerous that younger teens now beat up and rob and carjack whites rather than work on dope corners, which has pulled older men out onto the corners, who would rather face police wrath and BGF lead than continue to be berated by the BT-1000 with whom they cohabitate.
What will the frantic order of the fat bastard squatting in Annapolis mean for every day Joes like me, and Columbine Joe, and Smitty across the street, meaning paleface pedestrians?
1. We will be routinely stopped and questioned by uniformed cops for the crime of being on foot and white in a drug zone—which is everywhere now. Smitty, granted, is taking a stroll to cop some dope, which harms no one but himself.
2. If I get caught with a prescription pain pill [which I keep for emergencies. I carried one for three weeks until needing it after I coughed and reignited a back injury this week] on me on my way to work, I could be jailed.
3. Mostly, this means more cops looking for drug activity, pushing more Dindu criminals into mugging, mobbing and burglary work.
Mostly, the effects are long term, like having Overdose kits in every school and treating junkies like a special handicapped group with their own specific rights and privileges, thus encouraging teen and child addiction to increase. And so the rotting carcass of Modernity continues to fester.
“Gov. Larry Hogan is declaring a state of emergency to battle Maryland's heroin and opioid epidemic. The governor made the announcement Wednesday morning at the Maryland Emergency Management Agency. "I will be signing an executive order declaring a state of emergency in response to rapid escalation of the heroin and opioid crisis in our state," Hogan said. States of emergency are usually associated with weather events. Hogan said he considers the heroin opioid epidemic in Maryland to be a natural disaster, as deaths involving the drugs have doubled in the state in the last year. "With this continuing threat increasing at such an alarming rate, we must allow for rapid coordination with our state and local emergency teams," Hogan said.”
Md. gov declares state of emergency for heroin epidemic