Adastra issued a retraction and clarification. However, Slater Vecchio LLP announced a proposed class action lawsuit against Adastra which was reported two weeks after the announcement and retraction.
2nd Update: There seems to be a great deal of backpedaling. The intent of Justin Trudeau to sell cocaine in BC is clear. Now the company is back peddling and saying they're just allowed to manufacture it. Common sense asks what they intend on doling with it after they manufacture it? The intent is to sell it. The intent is not to stock pile it forever.
There has been a whirlwind of events, both good and evil, that I need to catch up on. The first announcement is that Justin Trudeau has officially become a cocaine dealer in Langley to the astonishment of the BC NDP. Previously I reported that "BC Premier David Eby said he’s astonished that the federal Health Department gave the green light to a Langley cannabis company to produce, sell, and distribute cocaine."
When that controversial announcement was made it was met with denial and misdirection. Now we discover the denial and misdirection were simply more lies. It has been brought to my attention that a pot dispensary in Langley will indeed be selling cocaine to the public as part of Justin Trudeau's trial run at being a cocaine dealer while he tests BC's decriminalization laws.
The decriminalization of small quantities of cocaine does not authorize the manufacture or sale of cocaine. The intent of the law was to help addicts get treatment. It was not to help Justin Trudeau become a cocaine dealer. Justin Trudeau is the tasmanian devil. Stop him before he destroys everything in his path. The BC NDP have the legal right and moral obligation to shut that dispensary down as soon as it starts selling cocaine to the public and arrest anyone involved. The city could simply revoke their business license and force them to close. It's their moral duty.
Unbelievable. "Legal cocaine". I can't believe I just typed those two words one after the other. I guess we know what Justin's drug of choice is, not surprising really.ReplyDelete
It might be really interesting who owns that dispensary.
This is ridicoulous! And the police are gonna stand by and just let shops pedal cocaine? I find this very hard to beleive and the chance of this man being robbed are extremely high.ReplyDelete
By someone with a death wish perhaps. In the same way as legal grows are supplemented by illegal in the legal weed market, you just know there will be more demand for coke than can be made by this little "permitted" production operation. Guess where it will come from? There is only one organization that consistently imports large quantities of coke into B.C. so now you have an educated guess as to who owns that dispensary if you looked deeply enough.Delete
At a press conference in BC on Friday, Premier David Eby suggested that Adastra significantly “misrepresented the nature of the licence.”ReplyDelete
That's what we were told. I'm working on confirming the allegation. We all know what Justin Trudeau's real agenda is.Delete
Well folks tell me what's better a college kid wants to party and gets a gram of fentanyl laced coke and dies or he buys coke from legit source that is clean and lives to see another day? You will never win the war on drugs I hate trudummy but this is a step in the right direction. Next sell clean heroin for addicts so they dont die from carfentanil!ReplyDelete
That is their deceptive argument and I completely reject it. First you call me a liar and insist they're not doing it, then you argue in support of them doing it. That decretive lie is a trap to promote addiction and crime so they have justification to force the WEF's agenda on us. It is the problem, reaction, solution paradigm.Delete
Your argument to sell cocaine “legally” is laced with delusion. You suggest that the “college student” needs drugs to “party” and WHY does he need drugs to party? You suggest the “college student” is ignorant to the dangers of street drugs yet will purchase anyway knowing the risk (of death). Here’s a concept, how about NOT doing drugs and still able to “party.” Why do you think no war on drugs is the answer to not winning the war on drugs? No one is that ignorant to think we are going to “win the war” on drugs, as long as there are users there will be sellers, you know the old supply/demand theory. BUT we can try to minimize the damage of street drugs - hows that for a battle?Delete
Your heroine model is currently in place on the downtown Eastside and it is an EPIC failure!Delete
Get in your car and go check it out.
An elephant is eaten a bite at a time. For example, whether one agrees or disagrees with the legalization of weed, it's a fact that the whole "medicinal" thing was a camel's nose under the tent enroute to the nationwide legalization we now have. There does appear to be medical value, but that whole concept was drastically abused as an excuse by those who wanted to smoke weed anyway and have it made legal, and they all admit it now. No one is saying anything about "medicinal cocaine" yet, but it can't be long, there are people who want to legalize it all.ReplyDelete
That is clearly their agenda. Everyone has to draw a line in the sand at some point or they will keep pushing and keep eroding our morals until we have none left. When we have no morals left, we have no society left.Delete
Exactly. The age old phrases apply in these areas:ReplyDelete
Careful what you wish for….
Build it and they will come …
Pandora’s Box …
Can of worms ….