Like most people nowadays you're deluded into thinking the government has the power to control everything
That's not what I said, nor is it what could sensibly be assumed that I was implying. All i'm saying is that the government has control over what's legal and thus what you can be prosecuted for being in possession of. I'm not saying they have the power to stop people from being able to buy drugs, because I accept they're readily available if you know where to look, i'm simply saying the government's control over legislation is a factor which regulates the availability of drugs.
If you knew what it's really like on the streets, you wouldn't be making such naive comments
Lol! You know absolutely nothing about my background so i'm not sure what it is exactly that's informing you to make such assertions.
Fact is, right now, it's easier for 15 year old kids to get their hands on cocaine than alcohol.
...and you're basing this on what evidence?
You really think drug dealers give a shit about the age of their customers? Repressing any industry down towards a black market always causes more problems than it solves.
I didn't say anything about drug dealers worrying about the age of their customers
Drugs will always be available, but if they were legal they'd be more available
, and marketed in such a way so as to try and convince people to buy them. This would, without any shadow of a doubt
, result in more people taking drugs than you get at the moment. As such, a natural consequence of that would be that more people would become addicted to drugs.
You may get by with dealing in hyperbole normally but let's be honest, you're talking complete nonsense and you only have a point when you try to misrepresent me