Leni Robredo’s proposal to decriminalized drug use in the country was met with ridicule on social media.
Of course, Robredo’s supporters refuse to see their idol humiliated so they defended her on social media using the line of argument below.
“Decriminalizing drugs doesn’t mean legalizing it, means treating it as a mental/psychological issue.”
Instead of helping Leni Robredo, it appears her supporters have bring more harm than good against Robredo.
Fil-Am blogger Edwin Jamora aka Reyna Elena took to Facebook castigating Robredo and her supporters for espousing the decriminalization drug use without consulting Google.
Did I tell you that it is a waste of time arguing with Yellowturds trying to know something but they really don’t know nothing?! Eto. Sabi nang bruhilda:
“Decriminalizing drugs doesn’t mean legalizing it, mga ungas!
It means treating it as a mental/psychological issue. Boplaks!”
Ampotangina! Kala mo kung sinong very sharp PhD grad na parehas lang kaming graduate nang Talahib, except that gumanda ako!
The 1st problem of these people is not knowing what drugs were decriminalized in Portugal. The 2nd problem is that they don’t know the difference between matter a versus matter b! Feeling lang nila, basta ba maka-birada with criticism, intellectual na ang mga zabrayninanya!
Buksan ang mga tenga!
What was decriminalized in Portugal ay cannabis (marijuana), heroine, and cocaine at hindi SHABU! Lintian!
Ang heroin ay depressant.
Ang shabu ay stimulant.
“A depressant, or central depressant, is a drug that lowers neurotransmission levels, which is to depress or reduce arousal or stimulation, in various areas of the brain. Depressants are also occasionally referred to as “downers” as they lower the level of arousal when taken.”
“Stimulants (also referred to as psychostimulants) is an overarching term that covers many drugs including those that increase activity of the body, drugs that are pleasurable and invigorating, or drugs that have sympathomimetic effects. “Due to their rendering a characteristic “up” feeling, stimulants are also occasionally referred to as “uppers”[by whom?]
See the difference? Depressants are downers. Stimulants are uppers.
So, saan napasok ang health solution?! Ganito yon!
Yong mga gumagamit nang heroin, at eto ang gusto nila in Portugal, ay tumuturok and they share needles. Dahil sa sharing, dugo to dugo, nag-i-ispread ang HIV. In Portugal, malaki ang prevalence nang HIV, so ang programa nila was to reduce HIV at hindi crimes kaya health solution sa kanila! Kasi nga, depressant sya which leads to risky sexual behaviou at hindi crime. Klaro?
Ngayon, eh ano naman ang shabu.
Ang shabu is a stimulant! These are drugs na ang sabi ay pleasurable and invigorating kaya nga tawag eh uppers. Pag high ka sa drugs na to, nag-hahanap ka nang pleasurable things kiver kung sino pa man kaharap mo and this causes criminal behavior kaya you will read na ultimo tatay, kapatid or uncle eh pinag-re-rape na mga anak, kapatid at lola nila. Korek? Did you not read that on the headlines?! Sa Portugal, me mga instances bang ganito? Google nyo. Kaya pag pinuksa mo shabu, puksa den crime. Klaro? Ok?! Shabu is not a health issue!
Mga linti na mga manol!
Your thoughts please!
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Fil-Am blogger lectures Robredo on shabu: Google nyo. Kaya pag pinuksa mo shabu, puksa den crime