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Harm Reduction: “An Ax to Grind” in Drug/Fentanyl Tsunami

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Now, the harm reduction people supporting safe injection sites for drug addicts to continue shooting up illegal drugs are calling people who don’t buy what they are selling, “racist”.

Do you know what people are who don’t buy into the harm reduction agenda?

They are smart enough to know facilitating the use of illegal drugs poisoning a body is not the solution to the drug/fentanyl crisis — not by a long shot.

They are smart enough to know that legalizing or decriminalizing all drugs under the harm reduction agenda is dangerous — very dangerous.

They are smart enough to know that “stigma” is not killing your kids. Drugs, and now fentanyl, flooding our country is killing your kids.

They are smart enough to know that drugs are obtained by your kids over social media such as Snapchat and yet, there is no outrage or accountability.

They are smart enough to know that opening the doors to jails and prisons is not the answer.

They are smart enough to know that tying the hands of law enforcement and disrespecting them is not the answer in an out- of-control drug/fentanyl epidemic.

They are smart enough to know that every politician and attorney general watched fentanyl being brought into our country through an open border by illegal migrants — and did nothing.

They are smart enough to know that there was no outrage at the border. Rather, there were marches, rallies and bullhorns in the Capitol where fentanyl was not considered the enemy — or a weapon of mass destruction — by elected officials.

They are smart enough to question who is being financed by the evil George Soros and The Clinton Foundation to afford huge Winnebago campers to tour the country pitching the dangerous harm reduction agenda.

They are smart enough to know that when a self-proclaimed human rights activist pitches advocacy for pregnant and parenting people who use drugs under the guise of harm reduction is not only criminal, it is lunacy.

They are smart enough to call out anyone who accuses them of being a racist.

They are smart enough to expose anyone promoting illegal drug use while labeling it harm reduction — as the body bags continue to mount.

They are also smart enough to question why “harm elimination” is not the focus with prevention, education and treatment being implemented to save lives — not further poisoning of the body with illegal drugs and imminent death promoting harm reduction.

They are smart enough to know that when books are written pushing the dangerous agenda of harm reduction and citing bogus heroes, there will be “celebrity wannabes” hitching their wagons to the authors.

They are smart enough to know you don’t give cigarettes to someone dying of lung cancer, or give alcohol to someone struggling with the demons of alcoholism. So, why would anyone condone further illegal drugs to someone dying of addiction?

Finally, they are smart enough to know there is a stash of money being made by promoters of harm reduction — and therein lies my “ax to grind.”

Marianne Skolek-Perez

Marianne Perez, Salem-News.com Investigative Reporter, is an Activist for Victims of OxyContin and Purdue Pharma throughout the United States and Canada. In July 2007, she testified against Purdue Pharma in Federal Court in Virginia at the sentencing of their three CEO's - Michael Friedman, Howard Udell and Paul Goldenheim - who pleaded guilty to charges of marketing OxyContin as less likely to be addictive or abused to physicians and patients. She also testified against Purdue Pharma at a Judiciary Hearing of the U.S. Senate in July 2007. Marianne works with government agencies and private attorneys in having a voice for her daughter Jill, who died in 2002 after being prescribed OxyContin, as well as the voice for scores of victims of OxyContin. She is currently working on a book that exposes Purdue Pharma for their continued criminal marketing of OxyContin. Marianne is a nurse, graduated in 1991 as president of her class, and also has a Paralegal certification. Marianne served on a Community Service Board for the Courier News, a Gannet newspaper in NJ, writing articles predominantly regarding AIDS patients and their emotional issues. She was awarded a Community Service Award in 1993 by the Hunterdon County, NJ HIV/AIDS Task Force in recognition of and appreciation for the donated time, energy and love in facilitating a Support Group for persons with HIV/AIDS.
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