Wednesday, 23 November 2016
POLICE WARN ON ILLEGAL DRUGS
Post Courier 22 November 2016 P.6
Lae Drug Squad Constable David Timothy engaged in the Law and Order Awareness program in Lae city said that students must keep away from smoking, chewing and having access to Facebook.
Smoking, chewing of betel nut and taking illegal substances such as drugs and homebrew are destroying young people today.
Drug abuse has been shown to alter gene expression and brain circuitry which in turn affects human behaviour and interferes with the individual's ability to make voluntary decisions which leads to illegal activities.
We discourage students, especially females to be near family members who are drug addicts. Police reports that many cases are related to sexual offences, murder and robbery as the result of smoking marijuana.
Consumption of illegal drugs has resulted in many people being mentally affected and roaming the streets while others are behind bars.
Comment: Foreign paedophiles of the United Nations will tell us that children have the RIGHT to take drugs and that parents have no RIGHT to stop them.
The United Nations Charter of Children's Rights tells parents that children have the RIGHT of association.
That means that they have the RIGHT to associate with drug addicts, paedophiles and drug pushers. Parents have no RIGHT to stop them. UN paedophiles are the enemy of family.