Saturday, February 2, 2019
Aspiring to something higher: Dealing with BC Corruption
Drug and gang enforcement in BC has been compromised since the Kelowna Summer Jam back in 2012. However, it was compromised right before that as well as long before that. In Julian Sher's book The Road to Hell: How the Biker Gangs Are Conquering Canada Allen Dalstrom was quoted as saying when it came to organized-crime investigations, the RCMP had done “f--- all here for 25 years”. He was referring to how the RCMP scuttled Operation Phoenix.
Nothing has changed. That's why we need to put organized crime back under provincial jurisdiction like Ontario and Quebec. Bob Paulson's exit interview proved that the RCMP have absolutely no desire whatsoever to investigate organized crime. They just want the budget without doing the work. When the RCMP loses billions of tax dollars from it's terrorist budget every year, that is organized crime. Their continued tax fraud is disturbing.
Now that pot is legal we need to focuss on getting harder drugs off the street especially fentanyl. Kelowna has started to arrest street level fentanyl dealers and Surrey needs to follow their example. That is the New York Model. Seizing the proceeds of crime is not the New York Model. That is the corrupt LA model when Freeway Ricky was leading the US crack epidemic.
The UN and the Hells Angels have the right to sell legal pot just like Andy Richards has the right to sell cop pot. Allowing one but not the other is a conflict of interest. As for hard drugs, we need to promote treatment not addiction. That will save lives. It's that simple.