Philippines Legalizing Death Penalty for Bringing Drugs to a Party

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 6, 2019

Just going ahead and killing people for small amounts of drugs would be a workable solution for the American problem if there was some reason we couldn’t close the border.

But we can’t do either.

White people just have to all die from fentanyl, as punishment for slavery and the Holocaust.

Phil Star:

The House of Representatives has approved on third and final reading a bill to reimpose the death penalty on persons found in possession of drugs at social gatherings or meetings.

Voting 172-0, the lower chamber approved House Bill 8909 that amends Republic Act 9165 or the “Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.” The Senate must pass a counterpart bill for the proposal to be sent to President Rodrigo Duterte for his signature.

The measure amends Section 13 of the act, which would now read, “Any person found possessing any dangerous drug during a party, or at a social gathering or meeting, or in the proximate company of at least two persons, shall suffer the penalty of life imprisonment to death and a fine of five hundred thousand pesos (P500,000) to ten million pesos (P10,000,000), regardless of the quantity and purity of such dangerous drugs.”

The new bill also expands the definition of drug trafficking as “illegal cultivation, culture, delivery, administration, dispensation, manufacture, sale, trading, transportation, distribution, importation, exportation, chemical diversion, and possession of any dangerous drug and/or controlled precursor and essential chemical.”

Persons found within any place of sale of illegal drugs would be presumed involved in the trade unless proven otherwise.

This is basically just the formalized, legal version of death squads.

The thing about drugs is: people are going to die either way.

So why not kill them first before the infection spreads?