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    At least one of the iops mentioned in this article are on this forum, not sure how much truth there is to the article but here is the link to it-

    https://www.theguardian.com/society/...ders-addiction

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    Yes, the same story is also in The Times. The guy running the website has a 100,000 dollar watch on his wrist.

    It looks like the UK will soon pass legislation tightening up on prescribing and then selling prescription medication without contacting the patients normal doctor first.

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    I can see it being stopped all together, so anyone wanting some should perhaps get them as fast as they can before our beloved,just looking after us all politicians ban the sale online out-right.

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    There's a vast number of IOPs out there when one goes down 3 more come up many are the same people
    But with different info as to ordering shipping and location
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    ouch. interesting how their emphasis is on "intellectual property crime" and i wonder what the basis for counterfeit meds is-are they all tested?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommygun View Post
    At least one of the iops mentioned in this article are on this forum, not sure how much truth there is to the article but here is the link to it-

    https://www.theguardian.com/society/...ders-addiction
    i love how his pregnant wife is taking hundreds of pks and it's the pharmacy's fault. yet i never see alcohol producers being blamed for alcoholism. maybe all alcoholics should start suing alcohol companies, bars, and the government which lets them operate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notcharlotte View Post
    i love how his pregnant wife is taking hundreds of pks and it's the pharmacy's fault. yet i never see alcohol producers being blamed for alcoholism. maybe all alcoholics should start suing alcohol companies, bars, and the government which lets them operate.
    I SO agree with you. As long as folks keep holding someone else responsible for THEIR behavior, then the “bad apples” make everyone suffer. What you put in your body is YOUR responsibility. She’s also the one who broke the rules and lied and gave fraudulent info to said pharmacy- and all that is supposed to be the pharmacy’s fault? Just like doctors are supposed to somehow “know” who’ll become addicted and completely trash their life over a medicine? It’s crazy. I just don’t get it...
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    Theres a panorama documentary on BBC1 tonight about the so called ease of buying meds online,from the preview its about buying things like xanax,diazepam,alps etc.UK media seems to be pushing this a lot recently,think the docs on around 8.30pm .
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    It's like this: politicians are intellectually mediocre, lazy parasites. Their two biggest fears are: (1) having their own deeds exposed (bribe taking, tax evasion, pedophilia, etc.), (2) being thrown out of office and having to earn a living like responsible citizens.

    Every 4 years they have to seduce us into voting for them, which is terribly inconvenient for them, as campaigns cut into their social debauchery. They have no solutions to the socio-economic problems of society, indeed, many of the laws they passed created them in the first place. Since they cannot solve real problems, they have to create problems that they can rail and carry on about.

    So, the easiest thing to do in a calvinistic, repressed society is to go after drug users. After all, you have no right to feel good...suffer and toil is your lot in life (unless, of course, you're an elected official). Drug users beome the Ogres, the enemies of all that is good and right. The propaganda is so extreme, every time you see one of these fake news series on drug use, they show you addicts falling out with needles in their arms, faces scarred up by meth "bugs", gangs dealing dope on the street corner.

    What they don't show you is someone's grandma being kicked out of her doctors office and cut off from needed pain meds (Jeff Sessions justs rubs his hands in glee every time he thinks about that one, I'm sure). Or, the poor shlub that puts a gun in his mouth and pulls the trigger because the pain becomes too much to deal with, day after day (it's the guns! ban them!).

    It's pretty clear that the end game here is to ban these drugs altogether at some point. After all, why keep them around? The patents have expired so Big Pharma cannot make a killing on them anymore. And you know, what's good for big business is...well...good for big business, and their bribe-taking allies in congress.

    I'm don't ranting now, I'm going to take my daily dose and throw the middle finger to this disaster of an administration.
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    It never ceases to surprise me that every 4 years people will actually vote for these corrupt snake oil sales men without even really thinking about it,cant speak for other countries but in the UK the current lot in office are running the country into the dirt and sit there laughing about it, you would have thought getting away with one of the biggest lies put out there,WMDs in Iraq would have made everyone realise what a bunch of devious liars we had as politicians but still the shit show rolls on and on.
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    just watched a new documentary on EU prescribing and Romanian loopholes in which i was actually able to goto the websites in which they ordered their products from . you guys in the EU have it made.
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    But what happens when we leave the EU ? Thats a whole other shit show to deal with,Brexshit,well done whoever voted for that calamity.Already talk of meds running out so they are being stock piled but who will they be for ?

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    I don't like the sound of that ...

    What about people who don't live in the UK ?

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    Nobody really knows how it will affect us,many believe it could be 50 years to get over the potential consequences of the UK leaving the EU, a lot of businesses are closing down already,stores on high streets closing down,lots of people losing jobs at the moment,the UK pound is losing its value,nobody really knew what they were voting for,we were not given a hell of a lot of the facts and consequences of leaving the EU,a lot are regretting vote leave due to our politicians seemingly not knowing what the hell they are doing about Brexit,deals,no deals,hard brexit,soft brexit.
    Its just one big mess,a huge mountain of a mess.
    No doubt,it could be having consequences for other countries as well that have not even been thought about,its us with the least that will suffer the most,but as if our politicians with lots of money behind them actually care about the little people at the bottom suffering due to their politicians greedy self interests.

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    Ye, I know a lot of blokes (working class - builders/ plumbers/ sparkys etc) who never vote in local/ general elections but whom did make the effort to vote for brexit, purely on the basis they were convinced it would result in significantly less immigrants coming into the uk. There were no other considerations as to the many economic consequences and nearly all of them now regret that vote and are now in favour of a re-vote on this referendum. I’m all for democracy but the masses should have been excluded on this one (like we are on most other issues) and the vote left to those in power (love them, or hate them) in consultation with various experts - basically those who would cast a vote, knowing the full implications of such a massive decision. Having said that, it was the conservatives that allowed the public vote, probably to gain popularity with the proletariat who would never have otherwise voted to re-elect Cameron - a man who looks like he should be blowing a trombone in a lurpack advert - who was anti-brexit probably thinking it would be the same result as 1975. I’m not big on politics, but like most, have a futile opinion, of which many, I’m sure, will find disagreeable.
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  18. This feels like the beginning of the end of an era.. let's hope the good sources/smart pharmas see this coming and take measures to stay two steps ahead. Otherwise we're gonna lose all options!!
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    The eu seems to be crumbling so brexit might have been a good move. Big government is always more crooked than small government and farther away from the people. Why would anyone want an unelected bureaucrat in brussels deciding their fate?
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    Not only is the President of the EU, Jean-Claude Juncker, unelected, his father fought for Hitler.
    The EU is going to collapse. Good for the UK trying to get out of that mess. Hopefully Italy will be next country to do it.
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    Actually a lot of those in Brussels are elected,they are called members of the European parliament.
    Not that it makes a difference,those we have elected in Westminster are the biggest bunch of crooks around,bleeding the country dry for their rich friends and themselves,only about 50 years of economic instability according to one of the wealthy clowns who will never feel the cold on his back,rest of us will have to face the reality of this crap for years to come,the UK government doesnt care a damn about the poverty it creates for us all to deal with,too busy counting all their money made from robbing the public purse then blaming it all on the EU.
    **** em all,parasites.

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