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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Cocaine users: think of the environment

If it was April 1, then this story would be a corker. Unfortunately, however, it isn't April 1, and it's genuine. From the UK's moonbat Guardian (reprinted in The Age):
Francisco Santos Calderón, the vice-president of Colombia, appealed to British users of the class A drug [cocaine] to consider the impact on the environment. He said that while the green agenda would not persuade addicts to give up, the middle-class social user who drove a hybrid car and was concerned about the environment might not take the drug if they knew its impact.
Santos said many middle-class Britons who used cocaine were unaware of its environmental impact. "For somebody who drives a hybrid, who recycles, who is worried about global warming - to tell him that that night of partying will destroy 4m square of rainforest might lead him to make another decision."

Only the liberal coke-snorting intelligentsia that read The Grauniad and The Age would be more influenced by the effect cocaine use has on the environment than by more traditional reasons to avoid it, such as, you know, it's illegal...

Read the Guardian article here. (Thanks to Tom Nelson)


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