Which part of what has been done has been effective, efficacious or efficient? Remind me please… everything that has been ‘anti-P’ seems only to on evidence produced more of the problem than existed before.
- (see NZ Herald Kiwi of the Year Award - Awarded to Holmood post the Jan Molenaar /Napier Armed Siege, again an unintended consequence and 'function' of poor drug policy
This is entirely predictable. “P” prevalence is a function of poor drug policy not the pharmacology of the drug.
If such policy as we have now is to be lauded, it cannot be lauded for its success. Mr Holmes waxes lyrical about his own family circumstances but then endorses the very system that has both failed him and others, but worse, has contributed to the very mess he sets out to clean up.
That ranks alongside stupidity and to nominate any ‘award of merit’ would be to bring the award itself into disrepute.