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  1. Anon[235] • Disclaimer says:

    I don’t know whether Scott’s stepson overdosed on fentanyl or heroin laced with fentanyl. My understanding is that latter isn’t uncommon. Further, it’s not uncommon for someone to purchase what they think is pure(ish) heroin and end up instead purchasing heroin laced with fentanyl. This laced heroin is easy to overdose on because it looks just like normal heroin. However, fentanyl is something like fifty times as potent as pure heroin. So the buyer potentially inadvertently takes 50x the dose they were expecting and dies. The obvious libertarian response is that in a Free Society with legal drugs, selling such a product would constitute fraud, and if someone died as a result of this fraud, the perpetrator would face commensurate consequences.

    I realize this is unrelated to your broader critique of libertarianism, but it bears mentioning in my opinion.

    • Agree: Liza
  2. A libertarian is just a cuck. Libertarians blab about how everyone can make their own decisions and we can all come up with some voluntary consensus. However, in order to make wise decisions, IQ is necessary and IQ is related to race. Also, libertarians will babble about how people will naturally associate with each other. On what basis is natural association determined? Again, IQ/race. Libertarians are just another version of cuck pope Frannie who said he would not judge. Their “freedom” is based on not judging. Life is all about judging.

    Also, many people have no ability to properly control themselves. Look at the obesity crisis. People do not have to take drugs (unless for health reasons), they do not have to smoke or drink. But, people do have to eat. If people cannot control their eating, how can we expect them to control other vices? Also, I’m not just against drugs like cocaine, heroin and marijuana. Legal drugs like Prozac and Ambien are causing huge problems. I knew a woman who was taking Prozac. I asked her why. She said it was because she couldn’t deal with her personal problems. Her problems were just everyday problems that most people who don’t take drugs have. She had a son and she was taking care of her aging mother. She didn’t like the problems they caused so she went to a doctor and got Prozac to help her deal with her problems. She would act strange when she was on Prozac. Pure degeneracy and madness.

    And, these addicts cause many problems for people who aren’t addicts. We are reaching a critical stage and people with addictions will have to be separated. They are wasting our time and resources. Life is short and I don’t want to spend it dealing with people who cause their own problems. Many people are born with disabilities through no fault of their own. I have no problem helping people like this. But people who are healthy and can work and yet decide to become some kind of addict, they have to be separated from normal society.

    I don’t feel sorry for Scott Adams. The kid was 18 so he could do what he wanted according to Scott’s philosophy. What kind of values did they teach this boy? I’m not saying that every kid turns out okay, but without a proper moral upbringing, the likelihood of a kid going bad increases.

    Again, all this boils down to making judgments, setting standards, outlining boundaries – anathema to libertarians.

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