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Reading Paul and Reg's books made me look a bit harder at my own community, a went doon the pub last friday to catch up wi an auld pal that recently moved back into the area, its been a while since a wis in there so a didny realy ken what to expect, i wis shocked to say the least, im only 19 and i was one of the oldest people in there and whats worse in was the only one no oot ma nut on Eckys, coke and god knows what else, givin the circles iv been known to move in being shocked at ppl on drugs seems stupid but most of these kids were barely older than 15, needless to say i wis in and quickly out, im pretty new to this forum and was glad to find it as it shows am not alone in thinking this so much gone wrong with this country, from street level up, any feed back or advice or any similar stories would be appreciated, thanks
(sorry aboo the spelling, didny spend much time in skool lol)

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hi ross,i know what you mean,when you say about the young people taking drugs,ect,i never felt sorry on people like that i thought its there life,let them get on with it.but now thinking to myself, i say maybe they have there reasons for doing this,as much as i disagree with taking drugs,the young people nowadays have not got much going for them,no jobs,no where to hang about,maybe something has happened to them,and think this is the only way out.i am not saying all young people are like this but i think more should be done to help the young people,above all else though they have to help themselves,just my opinion.

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Hi ross & welcome to the ferrisconspiracy.com
 
Thank you for the post as it is very much relevant to this forum that we attract young people like yourself, we want to hear what you have to say in relation to drugs & young people so thank you for posting your views.

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I totally agree with frankie, i live in a tiny wee village in fife where there is little or nothing to do, this sort of thing gets to me as there a huge problem with herion here and i can only wonder if kids gettin into so called softer drugs so young might result in them getting into harder stuff later, everybody knows everyboys business where i live,everyone knows who the dealers are and the police are a fuckin joke, often to scared to even get out there van if there no more than a few ppl hanging around, a supose it just pisses me of that these cunts would sell coke to teenagers, seriuosly fuckin there lives up, im no angel but id like to think iv got a semi good head on my shoulders, sum of these ppl dont know the damage there doing, rant over, cheers for listening guys :-)


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Reading Paul and Reg's books made me look a bit harder at my own community, a went doon the pub last friday to catch up wi an auld pal that recently moved back into the area, its been a while since a wis in there so a didny realy ken what to expect, i wis shocked to say the least, im only 19 and i was one of the oldest people in there and whats worse in was the only one no oot ma nut on Eckys, coke and god knows what else, givin the circles iv been known to move in being shocked at ppl on drugs seems stupid but most of these kids were barely older than 15, needless to say i wis in and quickly out, im pretty new to this forum and was glad to find it as it shows am not alone in thinking this so much gone wrong with this country, from street level up, any feed back or advice or any similar stories would be appreciated, thanks
(sorry aboo the spelling, didny spend much time in skool lol)

Drugs are a waste of time. They destroy your memory and your self-respect and everything that goes along with with your self esteem.
 

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cheers for all the info hammer6, there should be more places like this where ppl can come for advice and friendly chat without being hounded over there views and oppinions


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Thank you for the feedback Rossfife...
 
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is this sort of thing going on everywhere? or just in wee nowhere villages like mine where there nothing to do? this worlds got very scarey over my short 19 yrs, i know we shouldnt fear the future but these kids are our countrys future


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Young people like you must tell us how you feel, what the problems that you see and how things can change.
 
There are far too many so-called experts who never listen to the younger generation.
 
You have a voice, now you have a platform here @ http://www.ferrisconspiracy.com to tell us your views.
 
Thank you once again and as always KEEP IT REAL...

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iv been reading online about locals in mexico taking the law into there own hands when the community came in to disrepair due to some coke dealers taking over, they got them in the middle of the night and hung them, a bit far but youv got tae give it to there community spirit lol


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  Hi Rossfife really good post here and thanx Hammer6 for the info . Rossfife just look over the water from where you stay and Edinburgh like every place in Scotland have the same problems. A lot of the resposibiity can be put at the door of the so called gangsters like McCraw etc etc, who infiltrate and bully young people into getting hooked on crack and herion.  One guy in my area took on the "gangsters" and hounded them out although he got shot he ended up with a 6 year stretch.  He should have been given a fucking medal !The "so called gangsters" got a 14 year stretch. However the gangsters families are now terrorising the scheme. I approached one of their mothers only to be told my house would be torched if  I questioned her families activities.Aye Right !
 Where I live we never go to the police we deal with the problem ourselves. Physically I could never beat this family but I have dubbed graffitti about them all over the housing scheme. These bullies are the scum of the earth they are hopeless when you collar them on their own,they need heavys to do their dirty work for them. No matter what they do to me I will always stand up to them

  The local authorities when discussing youth facilities within communities never engage with young people therefore excluding them from decision making processes. For Fuck's sake Give Youths A Chance !

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aye theres a few so called gangsters round my way, dick heads who deal a bit eh smack and think there the fuckin Adams family, i live in Ballingry, youv probs no heard of it but its been in the news lately due to a few larger drug bust been done, these familys have recently looked to the local ned gangs to deal for them, 15yr olds dealin coke, mental, i think they feel that gettin kids to do it takes some heat of them, i think watchin the film Outlaw has put a few ideas in my head lol but seriuosly whats happend? Reading vendetta ect Paul talks about the code, this definitly doesnt exist anymore, what a world eh

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Where I live we never go to the police we deal with the problem ourselves. 


Great posts folks,

Its just a shame Dejavu that not everyone sees it that way, my mother (63yrs) had a heroin addict living upstairs from her and they tortured her with folk going in all hours of the night and when she asked them to stop she just got a mouthful so getting pissed off with them there was an argument one day and she lamped one of them with her walking stick and then had a right go at him the result she appeared at court as he got her charged she ended up on 6month probation Saying that it wasnt long after the word grass was all over his wall along with a few more choice words I agree with what you say about the young ones not getting a chance as a lot of the boys and girls i see still shock me having addictions at 16 and 17 which they have struggled with from as young as 12........scary stuff

Great Post Ross and good to hear your opinions 
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my mother (63yrs) had a heroin addict living upstairs from her and they tortured her with folk going in all hours of the night and when she asked them to stop she just got a mouthful so getting pissed off with them there was an argument one day and she lamped one of them with her walking stick and then had a right go at him the result she appeared at court as he got her charged she ended up on 6month probation
ITS ALL WRONG KANEY IS IT,WHERES THE JUSTICE IN THAT.YOUR MOTHER WAS THE VICTIM IN THIS, NOT THEM TROUBLEMAKERSIT SHOULD HAVE BEEN THE OTHER WAY AROUND THEM GETTING THE 6 MONTH PROBATION.GOOD ON YER MUM FIR STANDING UP TO THEM

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