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What a Piece of Sh*t is Man

The Trojan Horses Of Feminism

Fools And Feminists

Equality Between Men and Women Is Not Achievable

Eight Horrible Facts

Women - Weak and Pathetic?

Were Women Oppressed in the West?

Women And Children

Some BBC Propaganda Tricks

Slap That Face

Only Women Are Offered An Alternative To Domestic Violence

The NSPCC Needs To Be Stopped

Printing Money

A Permanent Gender War?

Calm Before The Storm

The Governing Elite

Rape Baloney

                               

 

Drugs Ranking

Drugs: the real deal 
This is the first ranking based upon scientific evidence of harm to both individuals and society. It was devised by government advisers - then ignored by ministers because of its controversial findings 
Published: 01 August 2006 

1: Heroin (Class A) 
ORIGIN: Vast majority comes from poppy fields of Afghanistan 
MEDICAL: Sedative made from the opium poppy. Can be smoked or injected to produce a 'rush'. Users feel lethargic but experience severe cravings for the drug 
NO. OF UK USERS: 40,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 744 
STREET VALUE: 30-100 a gram 
DANGER RATING: 2.75/3 

2: Cocaine (Class A) 
ORIGIN: Made from coca shrubs from Colombia and Bolivia 
MEDICAL: Stimulant made from leaves of the coca bush. Increases alertness and confidence but raises heart rate and blood pressure and users will crave it 
NO. OF UK USERS: 800,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 147 
STREET VALUE: 30-55 a gram 
DANGER RATING: 2.25/3 

3: Barbiturates (Class B) 
ORIGIN: Synthetic lab-made drugs, used to be prominent in clubs 
MEDICAL:Powerful sedatives. Widely prescribed as sleeping pills but dangerous in overdose and now superseded by safer drugs 
NO. OF UK USERS: Not many 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 14 
STREET VALUE: 1-2 a tablet 
DANGER RATING: 2.10/3 

4: Street Methadone (Class A) 
ORIGIN: Synthetic drug similar to heroin but less addictive 
MEDICAL: Similar to morphine and heroin and used to wean addicts off these drugs because it is less sedating. Street versions may be contaminated 
NO. OF UK USERS: 20,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 200 
STREET VALUE: 2 a dose 
DANGER RATING: 1.90/3 

5: Alcohol (Legal) 
ORIGIN: Brewed across the world in many different forms 
MEDICAL:Central nervous system depressant used to reduce inhibitions and increase sociability. Increasing doses lead to intoxication, coma and respiratory failure 
NO. OF UK USERS: Most adults 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 22,000 
STREET VALUE: 2.25 pint of lager 
DANGER RATING: 1.85/3 

6: Ketamine (Class C) 
ORIGIN: Anaesthetic drug popular on club and rave scene 
MEDICAL:Intravenous anaesthetic used on humans and animals which, when taken in tablet form, creates hallucinatory experiences 
NO. OF UK USERS: Unknown 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: N/A 
STREET VALUE: 15-50 a gram 
DANGER RATING: 1.80/3 

7: Benzodiazopines (Class C) 
ORIGIN: Tranquilisers used to beat anxiety and insomnia 
MEDICAL:The most common prescription tranquillisers. Effective sedatives which have a calming effect, reducing anxiety, but are addictive 
NO. OF UK USERS: 160,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 206 
STREET VALUE: Prescription drug 
DANGER RATING: 1.75/3 

8: Amphetamines (Class B) 
ORIGIN: Synthetic stimulants snorted, mixed in drink or injected 
MEDICAL:Man-made drugs that increase heart rate and alertness. Users may feel paranoid. Newer form, methamphetamine, is addictive 
NO. OF UK USERS: 650,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 33 
STREET VALUE: 2-10 a gram 
DANGER RATING: 1.70/3 

9: Tobacco (Legal) 
ORIGIN: Most of the leaf comes from the Americas 
MEDICAL: Contains nicotine, a fast-acting stimulant which is highly addictive. Tobacco causes lung cancer and increases the risk of heart disease 
NO. OF UK USERS: 12.5m 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 114,000 
STREET VALUE: 4.50 a packet 
DANGER RATING: 1.65/3 

10: Buprenorphine (Class C) 
ORIGIN: Can be made in a laboratory 
MEDICAL: More expensive alternative to methadone used to wean addicts off heroin. Preferred by some addicts because it leaves them more 'clear headed' 
NO. OF UK USERS: Unknown 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: N/A 
STREET VALUE: Unknown 
DANGER RATING: 1.55/3 

11: Cannabis (Class C) 
ORIGIN: Plant is easily cultivated in temperate climates 
MEDICAL: Leaves of the cannabis sativa plant or resin can be smoked or eaten. It is a relaxant but stronger forms can also cause hallucinations and panic attacks 
NO. OF UK USERS: 3m 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 16 
40-100 an ounce 
DANGER RATING: 1.40/3 

12: Solvents (Legal) 
ORIGIN: Organic compounds found in glues, paints, lighter fluid 
MEDICAL: Includes glue, gas lighters, some aerosols and paint thinners. Produces euphoria and loss of inhibitions but can cause blackouts and death 
NO. OF UK USERS: 37,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 53 
STREET VALUE: 9.99 a tin of paint 
DANGER RATING: 1.35/3 

13: 4-MTA (Class A) 
ORIGIN: Amphetamine derivative; similar effects to ecstasy 
MEDICAL: Amphetamine derivative, similar to ecstasy, and also known as 'flatliners'. Popular dance drug, producing feelings of euphoria 
NO. OF UK USERS: Unknown 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: N/A 
STREET VALUE: Unknown 
DANGER RATING: 1.30/3 

14: LSD (Class A) 
ORIGIN: Hallucinogenic, synthetic drug more popular in 1960s 
MEDICAL: Man-made drug that has a strong effect on perception. Effects include hallucinations and loss of sense of time. A 'bad trip' can cause anxiety 
NO. OF UK USERS: 70,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: N/A 
STREET VALUE: 1-5 a tab 
DANGER RATING: 1.25/3 

15: Methylphenidate (Class B) 
ORIGIN: Medicine, similar to amphetamines 
MEDICAL: The chemical name for Ritalin, the stimulant drug used to treat children with attention deficit hyperactive disorder which helps them concentrate 
NO. OF UK USERS: Unknown 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: N/A 
STREET VALUE: Unknown 
DANGER RATING: 1.20/3 

16: Anabolic Steroids (Class C) 
ORIGIN: Hormones used by bodybuilders and sportsmen 
MEDICAL: Synthetic drugs that have a similar effect to hormones such as testosterone. Used by body builders to increase muscle bulk 
NO. OF UK USERS: 38,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: N/A 
STREET VALUE: 7.99 a tablet 
DANGER RATING: 1.15/3 

17: GHB (Class C) 
ORIGIN: Synthetic drug, sold as 'liquid ecstasy' 
MEDICAL: The date rape drug, Gammahydroxybutyrate, is a sedative that has a relaxing effect, reducing inhibitions, but can lead to stiff muscles and fits 
NO. OF UK USERS: Not many 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 3 
STREET VALUE: 15 a bottle 
DANGER RATING: 1.10/3 

18: Ecstasy (Class A) 
ORIGIN: Synthetic drug in tablets; popular in dance scene 
MEDICAL: MDMA or similar man-made chemicals. Causes adrenaline rushes and feelings of wellbeing but also anxiety and high body temperature 
NO. OF UK USERS: 800,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: 33 
STREET VALUE: 1-5 a pill 
DANGER RATING: 1.05/3 

19: Alkyl Nitrites (Legal) 
ORIGIN: Liquid, better known as 'poppers'; inhaled 
MEDICAL: Gives a strong, joyous rush and a burst of energy for a few minutes which quickly fades and can leave a powerful headache 
NO. OF UK USERS: 550,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: N/A 
STREET VALUE: 2-6 for 10ml 
DANGER RATING: 0.95/3 

20: Khat (Legal) 
ORIGIN: Green-leaf shrub grown in region of Southern Africa 
MEDICAL: Natural stimulant, its leaves are chewed to produce a feeling of wellbeing and happiness. Popular with the Somali community 
NO. OF UK USERS: 40,000 
NO. OF UK DEATHS IN 2004: Not many 
STREET VALUE: 4 a bunch 
DANGER RATING: 0.80/3


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