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>> No. 94963 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 8:14 am
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The criminal drug trade is run by dangerous people whose evil has no limits... I won't stand by while evil gangs exploit our children, writes Home Secretary PRITI PATEL

Today, the Government is publishing a ten-year drugs strategy. Our focus is on reducing crime, saving lives, and sending a clear message to the criminals – if you peddle these substances across our community, we will come after you with the full force of the law.

By breaking the cycle of crime, we will support treatment and recovery for drug addicts. We will work in schools on prevention to intervene early, and support young people and families who are vulnerable and in need of help. And, when drug misusers are sentenced, they will be referred into treatment, as will prisoners after their release.

As we work to cut and reduce the demand for drugs, we will impose tougher sanctions for those who break the law. This means tougher penalties for those so-called ‘recreational’ users, such as students who ignorantly take drugs with no thought to the criminality they are supporting and those they are exploiting. Their actions are directly leading to an increase in violent crime and people dying – but they pay no price.

That will change. We will bring down the harshest possible legal sanctions and consequences for these users, including criminal sanctions, fines, curfews, compulsory drug- awareness courses and the removal of their passports.

It is a fact that certain people are more likely to fall into the drugs trap than others. It is a sad truth that misuse is rife among those who are homeless, and it is also more frequent in northern cities, seaside towns and central London boroughs. It is in everyone’s interests that we beat the problem.


https://www.Please don't ban me.co.uk/debate/article-10278595/Home-Secretary-PRITI-PATEL-wont-stand-evil-criminal-drug-gangs-exploit-children.html

Hide your passports, lads. Priti is coming for them.
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>> No. 94964 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 8:17 am
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That seems at least partially intended to be a distraction while they bring in
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/boris-johnson-plans-to-let-ministers-throw-out-legal-rulings-qxdwm0jw5
Much like the furore over the party last year is distracting everyone from the policing bill.
>> No. 94965 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 8:38 am
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>>94964

Or a distraction from all the beak they found in the Commons bogs.

>The Sunday Times reports all but one of 12 lavatory areas in Parliament that were tested showed traces of cocaine

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-59539589

Priti is making the entire country her paypig subs and I for one welcome it. Thank you for the punishment, Mistress Patel.
>> No. 94966 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 8:42 am
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>>94965

Them letting ministers overturn the law if they feel like it is a hell of a lot more important than any of the shrill cries which drown it out about them hypocritically taking cocaine. If anything, that article now just feels like bait to draw focus further by bringing that aspect in.
>> No. 94967 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 9:21 am
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>>94966
Make a thread about it then?
>> No. 94968 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 9:26 am
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>>94967

This is a thread about it.
>> No. 94969 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 9:29 am
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>>94965
It's not a distraction from that, world's most naive man, because the story about Parliament being overrun with drugs came from government. The whole thing is posturing nonsense that doesn't actually deal with any of the problems it proclaims to.
>> No. 94970 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 11:07 am
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So when do we think Priti is going to reintroduce the death penalty, then?
>> No. 94971 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 11:17 am
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>>94970
Could well start the proceedings for it next year, using the case against the father and step-mother of that Arthur kid as a pretext.
>> No. 94973 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 11:29 am
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>>94972
Shut the fuck up.
>> No. 94975 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 11:55 am
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>>94974
There's nothing fucking funny about what her and her ideology of slowburn fascism, you fucking prick. I hope you get a fucking fat embolism from a really bad fracture.
>> No. 94976 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 11:59 am
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>>94974
>>94975
Trolled to tears.
>> No. 94977 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 12:00 pm
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>>94975
>There's nothing fucking funny about what her and her ideology of slowburn fascism, you fucking prick.

That sentence doesn't make any sense. Have you got steam coming out of your ears?

Priti Patel is undeniably a terrible human being, but she's got a certain allure about her.
>> No. 94978 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 12:09 pm
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Is it just me or has there been a lot more 'How dare you joke about this' stuff in the past few months?
>> No. 94979 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 12:24 pm
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>>94978

It's just you.
>> No. 94980 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 12:27 pm
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>>94978

I can't say I've noticed it, but there is at least one mod who will ban anyone that offends his sensibilities. Try and have a debate with them and you'll inevitably get banned for having a different opinion.
>> No. 94981 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 12:32 pm
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>>94980

Seems like the only way you'd think that is if you're ban evading.
>> No. 94982 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 12:38 pm
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>>94981

Not me, guv. I could tell what where this thread was going to go the moment I saw the picture of Priti Patel as the OP because you're a bunch of sex pests.

I just think it's funny a mod has managed to derail this thread by causing the Streisand Effect rather than choosing not to engage with thirstylad and letting the discourse continue past him unimpeded, IYKWIM.
>> No. 94983 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 12:48 pm
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>>94982

That's one perspective certainly.
>> No. 94984 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 12:52 pm
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>>94983

Well, look what the alternative has achieved. Much better than ignoring the lads who inevitably post "she'd definitely, definitely get it" when a... vaguely human female is brought up?
>> No. 94985 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 1:07 pm
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>As we work to cut and reduce the demand for drugs, we will impose tougher sanctions for those who break the law. This means tougher penalties for those so-called ‘recreational’ users, such as students who ignorantly take drugs with no thought to the criminality they are supporting and those they are exploiting. Their actions are directly leading to an increase in violent crime and people dying – but they pay no price.

Yes, this will definitely work, just like all the other times governments have eliminated drug-adjacent crime by going after end users in the last 50 years.

I can see how people might have sincerely believed this was a sensible strategy back in the 90s but now there's plenty of evidence from countries that have tried it that decriminalisation and legalisation strategies have measurably better results.

A more cynical person than me might be inclined to think this is intended to be selectively enforced against certain groups the government doesn't like, but then again this government isn't exactly known for it's competence or love of evidence based policy.
>> No. 94986 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 1:43 pm
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Pretty sure they're just cynically chasing that maungy pensioner socially conservative vote, because they think (perhaps correctly, in fairness) that's what put them in power in the first place; and Priti is a literal soulless psychopath so she's happy enough to go along with it.

I mean everything else is falling apart around the government's ears, scandal about half the party being bent, broken promises about Are HS2, covid coming back for a third lap, it's a clusterfuck right now. So what else have they got to fall back on but "Erm... We'll erm... What if we bring back caning in primary schools?" to which the over 70s cry in chorus, "YEAH, TOO BLOODY RIGHT. THAT'S THE BLOODY TROUBLE NOWADAYS, UNDER 11s DON'T KNOW NO RESPECT"
>> No. 94987 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 1:47 pm
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>>94985

Does anyone bother to enforce current laws? Drugs are abundant when outside, and the police are more interested in twitter.

>now there's plenty of evidence from countries that have tried it that decriminalisation and legalisation strategies have measurably better results

There's plenty of evidence from South Korea and Japan that enforcing the law works. To reassure you, the Tories will eventually legalise marijuana.

This is not about selective policing but about getting a headline to satiate a few boomers. It'll go the way of the migrant boats: money is spent, nothing changes. Don't worry, in 10 years they'll get 'even tougher' on it.
>> No. 94988 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 2:03 pm
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>>94985
>Yes, this will definitely work, just like all the other times governments have eliminated drug-adjacent crime by going after end users in the last 50 years.

If you start placing curfews on druggies and removing their passport so they can verify their ID you're going to make it a lot harder for them to actually get a job and get back on the straight and narrow.
>> No. 94989 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 2:07 pm
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>>94982
Is that actually what it was? Someone objectified Priti and got banned and their post removed? How come OP image was removed? I thought stuff only got removed if it was illegal or dodgy links.
>> No. 94990 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 2:17 pm
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>>94989

It was literally just a response to whether Patel will bring back the death penalty saying they'd volunteer if it was being crushed by her thighs.

I assume the OP image was removed because it was clearly giving people the horn.
>> No. 94991 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 2:21 pm
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>>94990

... Is that it? Pretty average .gs fare, and at least passably funny.
>> No. 94992 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 2:22 pm
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>>94987
>the police are more interested in twitter.
Utterly braindead. A total neurological flatline.

>>94989
>I thought stuff only got removed if it was illegal or dodgy links.
Ha! First day?
>> No. 94993 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 2:34 pm
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>>94991

Well, the mod had a bit of a teary that the Patel fantasy was detracting attention away from his super serious posts about this story being a distraction from the real story about the government wanting to turn the country into a police state. When the response to that was a post imagining Patel's smiling face while she asphyxiated you to death he was sent well and truly over the edge so started with the bans and the post deletions.

I guess this makes a change from him deleting his own posts.
>> No. 94994 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 2:36 pm
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It's amazing what people will assume on an [b]anonymous[/i] imageboard.
>> No. 94995 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 2:38 pm
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>>94994

Well, you've only gone and fucked up another one of your posts. I think you need to cool down, mate. Take a breather.
>> No. 94996 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 3:02 pm
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>>94993

You massively overestimate your inference skills.
>> No. 94997 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 3:09 pm
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>>94996

Well, tell me what happened from your perspective instead.

☑ Someone was banned for making the kind of sexual remark you see here on a regular basis.

☑ One of the mods has a bit of a reputation for being a hot-head and making a fool of himself, sometimes sheepishly deleting his own posts once he's cooled down later and realised what a clown he has been.
>> No. 94998 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 3:26 pm
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>>94997

☑ You're paranoid and prone to making false assumptions.

☑ Nobody owes you an explanation especially when you're being a dickhead.
>> No. 94999 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 3:33 pm
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Does anyone know how long the ban was? Anything under 24 hours is just banter. Banning him for longer is of course unacceptable.
>> No. 95001 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 3:49 pm
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>>94999
☑ I don't know.
☑ Using these tickboxes makes me feel important and authoritative.
>> No. 95002 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 3:50 pm
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Taken at face value.
>> No. 95003 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 4:57 pm
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>>94995
Lol. Lmao.
>> No. 95004 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 7:07 pm
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>>94963
>By breaking the cycle of crime, we will support treatment and recovery for drug addicts.

>we will impose tougher sanctions for those who break the law.
These two sentences really don't go together...

>such as students who ignorantly take drugs.
Oh.
So yeah you can read that as "We're going to go out of our way to hand criminal records out to young , otherwise law-abiding people, thereby sabotaging their future opportunities to be useful productive members of society."

What the actual fuck is wrong with this governement.
>> No. 95005 Anonymous
6th December 2021
Monday 7:12 pm
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I'd support the deletion of this thread if it wasn't such a delightful demonstration of the perverse, ouroborotic nature of .gs shitposting. >>94998 is clearly a bellend though.

>>95003
If this doesn't get a ban then I'll drink another beer. Don't think I won't.
>> No. 95006 Anonymous
7th December 2021
Tuesday 6:06 am
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>>95005
It's a prime example of what can go wrong when you give someone mod powers and it goes to their head.

I'm fairly certain the mod is the one you've identified as clearly being a bellend.
>> No. 95007 Anonymous
7th December 2021
Tuesday 9:43 pm
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>>94970
Give the public what they want.

https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics/trackers/should-the-death-penalty-be-reintroduced-for-the-murder-of-a-child
>> No. 95008 Anonymous
7th December 2021
Tuesday 10:45 pm
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>>95007

52% of the British electorate would never lead us astray.
>> No. 95009 Anonymous
8th December 2021
Wednesday 7:45 am
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>>95008
It's the will of the people.
>> No. 95010 Anonymous
8th December 2021
Wednesday 11:56 am
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>>95007
As the world's most naive man, I'm unreasonably confident that if people actually stopped and thought about the capital punishment, we could swing this.

Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a meeting with a solicitor regarding my purchase of London bridge.
>> No. 95011 Anonymous
8th December 2021
Wednesday 12:14 pm
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>>95010
Considering how popular it is amongst Tory voters it's a surprise more of their MPs aren't explicitly in favour of it.

I bet if we started targeting the right backbenchers we could make some real traction with this.
>> No. 95015 Anonymous
8th December 2021
Wednesday 5:10 pm
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>>95012
.gs is not your personal army, teenlad.
>> No. 95016 Anonymous
8th December 2021
Wednesday 5:45 pm
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>>95012
One of our politest posters is a dog botherer furry, so no,I won't.

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