Drugs and Proper Usage Guide Paid by Australian Taxpayers?

January 22, 2011 12:15 PM EST – by Larry Seely

Former AIDS Council of New South Wales, known now as ACON, has published a four page guide on how to correctly snort cocaine and other party drugs. The publication is in part a guide to prevent the spread of AIDS.

In the publication it teaches users how to use common house utensils for snorting cocaine. Other tips in the pamphlet include: rinse nostrils after snorting, chop powdered drugs finely before use, and don’t mix your utensils with other users.

The pamphlet is available at health offices and the internet and is paid for with $8 million thatACON receives from the State Government of NSW.

Nicholas Parkhill serves as the chief executive of ACON and has said that the booklet is a reproduction of a previous pamphlet and that it has been checked by drug and alcohol experts. Parkhill was quoted “This is not a ‘how to use drugs guide’ but a ‘how to reduce the harms associated with drug use guide’.

This surprise here is that another country other than the United States has developed such garbage on the taxpayer dollar.

 

Author: Garry Burns

Gary Burns is an Australian anti-discrimination campaigner. He successfully tested the homosexual vilification provisions of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 with a complaint of personal homosexual vilification against broadcaster John Laws and Sydney radio station 2UE that concluded in his favour in 2002.[1] Burns went on to front public interest cases against high profile figures and media establishments for unlawful homosexual vilification.

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