"Too often today, people are ready to tell us,
'this is not possible; that is not possible'.
I say, whatever the true interest of our country calls for, is always possible!"

- Enoch Powell.

Tuesday, 31 May 2011

No To Methadone - Yes To Hard Recovery

A short time ago in the north Shropshire town of Market Drayton, a young addict died from an overdose. He was on the methadone programme.

For those who do not know, methadone is used to 'treat' heroin addicts. However, methadone does not cure an addict of his addiction - it merely fills the gap.

Addicts 'cut' their methadone with all manner of harmful substances in order to make it last longer.

Addicts are often abusive to the staff in chemists and frighten regular customers.

Addicts who run out of methadone go back to their dealers for more heroine because methadone does not cure the addict. They steal to fund their un-cured addiction.

The 'soft-on-drugs' mainstream politicians and their left wing views are completely failing our communities and they are not helping the drug addicts either.

Crime and anti-social behaviour are becomming unbearable for the ordinary law abiding citizens in our communities because our politicians are completely unable and unwilling to fix this nation's ills.

In the video below, our friend Mike Coleman from Stoke explains the situation in Meir, which is a stone's throw away from north Shropshire and could indeed represent any number of estates across our country today.

Drug dealers should face the death penalty, and our politicians should be tried for the crime of utterly failing out communities.

Drug addicts should not be pampered with methadone - they should be locked up and put through a 'cold turkey' programme, then be parolled and face weekly drug tests.


  1. Hang drug dealers ... Sounds like a good title for a party campaign to me.

  2. Thanks for the comment.

    When I attended a Hustings as part of my General Election campaign, I told the local people that those convicted of extremely serious crimes should face hanging, and at least 90% of those gathered there cheered and clapped.

    The public supports tough action for serious criminals BUT OUR ESTABLISHMENT DOES NOT.

    Cllr Phil Reddall