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Jul 03 2023

Wages of Decadence Paid in Canada

Romans 6:23 tells us that the wages of sin is death. This applies to moonbat-approved decadence in general. Where better to confirm it than at Vice News?

The man who opened the first store in Canada openly selling tested heroin, cocaine, meth, and MDMA has died of an overdose.

Jerry Martin died in Vancouver on Friday, a few days after he was hospitalized due to a suspected fentanyl overdose, according to his partner Krista Thomas. He was 51 years old.

Vice News presents his drug-dealing as a noble crusade inspired by his stepbrother dying of an overdose — just as Martin went on to do. It was a mission of mercy worthy of Mother Teresa:

“Jerry believed that people were self-medicating their trauma and so long as they were doing that, they needed a safe supply to do it,” Thomas said.

This he proved by self-medicating his problems away for good.

In May, Martin opened The Drugs Store—the first brick-and-mortar shop in Canada and the U.S. openly selling drugs that had been tested to ensure they did not contain fentanyl of other harmful adulterants.

No harmful adulterants in the poison. That’s reassuring.

Sensibly, Martin was promptly arrested.

British Columbia is in the midst of a three-year pilot project decriminalizing small amounts of drugs, but selling remains illegal. The province also has safe supply projects where drug users are given pharmaceutical alternatives to street drugs, including prescription heroin. But harm reduction activists and addictions experts have told VICE News these programs are still not widely accessible.

At the time of Martin’s arrest, Vancouver police said they supported harm reduction services but “drug trafficking will continue to be the subject of enforcement.”

Martin was only slightly ahead of his time. Anyone reckless enough to visit Vancouver a few years from now will see stores like his up and down the street. There will be no problems with police — so long as no one criticizes drag queen story hour.

On a tip from Rob A.


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