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Dzho 1 | 1
5 Aug 2017  #1
Hello,

I was wondering how easy is it to get cocaine in Warsaw?
Bobko 9 | 149
5 Aug 2017  #2
Watch out for the Nigerians selling baby laxative outside clubs.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,436
5 Aug 2017  #3
Take it from me Poland is one of the last places you want to be caught in posession of drugs, even worse if you deal them.

99.9999% of the poulation would turn you in , no one would care a jot at how you may suffer at the hands of the police, even worse if you go to jail as a foreign drugy, don't come to Poland unless you are clean and intend to stay clean.
OP Dzho 1 | 1
5 Aug 2017  #4
You guys are right - staying clean is the best. Thanks
dolnoslask 5 | 2,436
5 Aug 2017  #5
staying clean is the best. Thanks

Poland is a wonderful place to visit, you won't need drugs to have a good time here , trust me.
stuckinsweden
6 Aug 2017  #6
Read this webehigh.org/warsaw-poland/ hope this help
Harry
6 Aug 2017  #7
99.9999% of the poulation would turn you in

What a load of rubbish!

how easy is it to get cocaine in Warsaw?

Judging by the way it appears to have been snowing in the toilets of some clubs, I'd say it can't be that hard. Why you'd want to is another matter though.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,436
6 Aug 2017  #8
to have been snowing in the toilets of some clubs, I'd say it can't be that hard

The OP has already stated "You guys are right - staying clean is the best. Thanks"

So why do you feel the need advertise drug use in Poland if only to tempt a guy to come here and cause himself and Poland harm.

There is a thing caled social responsibilty Harry, thats an important part of being a Polish citizen.
Harry
6 Aug 2017  #9
So why do you feel the need advertise drug use in Poland

Why do you feel the need to lie about my posts? I'm not advertising anything, I'm saying that some people here do drugs, statement of fact.

There is a thing caled social responsibilty Harry, thats an important part of being a Polish citizen.

Yes, there is and it is. That's why the Poles I know would rather help somebody who has a problem than simply cause more problems for them by reporting them to the police and having them sent to prison. If we wanted to we could have the addicts in this neighbourhood arrested pretty much every single day in summer, as they spend most of the summer sitting on benches in a daze, but nobody ever calls the police. Ambulances yes, from time to time; police or Straz, never. Perhaps your views of what Poles do and do not do differ somewhat from actual practice.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,667
6 Aug 2017  #10
There's a huge social stigma against reporting people to the police as well. Hard to imagine that 99.99% of people he knows would report them, unless he (to quote Polly) is exclusively friends with ex-SB snitches.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,436
6 Aug 2017  #11
reporting them to the police and having them sent to prison.

There are alternatives in Poland for drug users, but for dealers it's jail for sure.

Poland "Treatment Not Jail" Drug Law Now in Effect

stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle/2011/dec/09/poland_treatment_not_jail_drug_l

I am not sure if a foreigner in possesion of drugs would be offered the above option.
jon357 63 | 14,134
6 Aug 2017  #12
I was wondering how easy is it to get cocaine in Warsaw?

Any expensive nightclub (N.B. not the cheap ones).
dolnoslask 5 | 2,436
6 Aug 2017  #13
Any expensive nightclub

No need to tell the kid where to buy drugs, he has already said "You guys are right - staying clean is the best. Thanks"

What if it were your child on the internet planning a trip to buy hard drugs, please take a moment to think.
jon357 63 | 14,134
6 Aug 2017  #14
No need to tell the kid where to buy drugs

Always useful to know. There's quite a scene in Warsaw, for those who like nightlife. One key thing though, the poorer people cant afford much of any quality, so the dealers tend to be in the more expensive places.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,436
6 Aug 2017  #15
Always useful to know.

You surprise me Jon especially when you do so much to help people in desperate situations.

Hard drugs lead to crime,prostitution even the funding of terrorism, it can leave a person in a desperate state and worse to their own death, with all the hurt, loss and the pain that is left to those they leave behind.
jon357 63 | 14,134
6 Aug 2017  #16
Hard drugs lead to crime

If everything was legal, there'd be no crime.

prostitution

Historically, alcohol has been more likely to lead people to that, though the causes are complex.
johnny reb 17 | 3,873
6 Aug 2017  #17
One key thing though, the poorer people cant afford much of any quality

Therefore they have to turn to a criminal life to support their addictions.

If everything was legal, there'd be no crime.

Oh B.S. jon, if an addictive drug was legal and the poor could not afford to support their habit they would turn to a criminal life to do it.

Your quote is most laughable.
Let me rephrase it for you, "if bank robbery, murder, rape, home invasion were legal there would be no crime." LOL
jon you are smarter then that and no doubt are sitting at your job bored out of your head and just want get a rise out of dolnoslask to have someone to argue with.

You used the same tactic when you tried to promote your Progressive Thinking about homosexuality in Poland propaganda.
Drugs (cocaine) is a very dangerous drug that has killed many people, destroyed their families, lost their businesses and cost people who do not do it a lot of heartache, money and quality of life because of people who have got addicted.

SO before you tell us again how cocaine "enriches" Poland's nightlife culture please think again what you are promoting here to these kids.
jon357 63 | 14,134
6 Aug 2017  #18
they have to turn to a criminal life to support their addictions.

That sounds like something from the Daily Mail.

the poor could not afford

The intrinsic value of most intoxicating substances is a few pennies per gram. The high cost is due to scarcity caused by illegality and greed.

SO before you tell us again how cocaine "enriches"

"Again"??? Who said anything about "enriches". Don't put words into people's mouths.
johnny reb 17 | 3,873
6 Aug 2017  #19
That sounds like something from the Daily Mail.

No jon, I have seen it first hand in Jamaica with the poor kids.

most intoxicating substances is a few pennies per gram.

Unfortunately that is not the case with cocaine now is it

Who said anything about "enriches".

You are promoting the use of these class one narcotics in Poland as children's play so they seem harmless and acceptable to the Polish and European youth that read your Progressive Propaganda here.

Now grow up and knock it off.
jon357 63 | 14,134
6 Aug 2017  #20
Unfortunately that is not the case with cocaine now is it

Yes it is. The high cost is because of the legal status.

Now grow up

Now grow up yourself, and actually think about the situation.

Making particular substances illegal hasn't worked, hasn't stopped anything - in fact it's done nothing except increase law-enforcement costs and made organised criminals rich.
johnny reb 17 | 3,873
6 Aug 2017  #21
The high cost is because of the legal status.

O.k., got ya now.
The end product however, even if it was free, would not be acceptable in any civilized society because of it's effects.
Cocaine is a drug that always promises but never gets you there.......you need more and more and more and it is never enough while alcohol will eventually get you there so you have had enough.

and actually think about the situation.

Don't have to think about it jon, I have experienced enough first hand with family and friends of the only two end results of drugs and alcohol addiction which are either prison or death.
jon357 63 | 14,134
6 Aug 2017  #22
would not be acceptable in any civilized society

Yet cocaine is frquently used in many 'civilised' societies. The countries with the most repressive legal situations often have the highest levels of use. Criminalising it just doesn't work.

while alcohol will eventually get you there so you have had enough.

That too causes increased tolerance - for some people there is never enough.
johnny reb 17 | 3,873
6 Aug 2017  #23
Yet cocaine is frquently used in many 'civilised' societies.

Name three where it is legal.

Criminalising it just doesn't work.

Yet it sure helps encourages people to make the wise choice so they don't become a burden to society.
Liberals don't change their minds, they just change the subject which was they have to turn to a criminal life to support their addictions.

for some people there is never enough.

And these people either end up in prison or dead.
jon357 63 | 14,134
6 Aug 2017  #24
Name three where it is legal.

Who said anything about "where it is legal"

Yet it sure helps encourages people

Yet plenty still use it.

And these people either end up in prison or dead.

Indeed. Alcohol is a bad thing.

If the OP wants to find ching in Warsaw, he'll find it.
johnny reb 17 | 3,873
6 Aug 2017  #25
Yet plenty still use it.

Stupid is as stupid does.

If the OP wants to find ching in Warsaw, he'll find it.

If the OP wants to find blow in any country he will find it.
Our debate though is let's not encourage him to screw up his life.
jon357 63 | 14,134
6 Aug 2017  #26
f the OP wants to find blow in any country he will find it.

He wants ching - in Warsaw, it's a few specific venues, and in those places it's quite overt.
johnny reb 17 | 3,873
6 Aug 2017  #27
He wants ching - in Warsaw,

Let's discourage him so he doesn't get into any unnecessary trouble and finds a nice time in Warsaw without it.
What ya say jon, ya with us or against us ?
jon357 63 | 14,134
6 Aug 2017  #28
any unnecessary trouble and

Foreign nightclubs are always trouble.

What ya say jon, ya with us or against us ?

I wouldn't want to see him in a Polish prison cell, so yes.

If he's really desperate, he can come via Czech where possession is decriminalised and it's easy to buy.
johnny reb 17 | 3,873
6 Aug 2017  #29
Let's discourage him so he doesn't get into any unnecessary trouble.......What ya say jon, ya with us or against us ?

I wouldn't want to see him in a Polish prison cell, so yes.

Ah good then you are with us...........or wait, you say you are but in reality you are not.

If he's really desperate, he can come Czech where it's easy to buy.

So you are not with us to encourage the kid to stay out of trouble then by encouraging with support of other avenues to cop cocaine.

This is why your Progressive thinking is so unwelcomed here jon, you insist on destroying instead of edifying the young adults here.
Poland should deport people like you that want to destroy it's society.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,667
6 Aug 2017  #30
Poland should deport people like you that want to destroy it's society.

EU citizens cannot be deported, except in a couple of very restricted circumstances.


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