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Foetal Drug Issues

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 3:16 pm Wed 20th June 2018

Foetal Alcohol Syndrome became a recognisable problem and while this remains an issue for pregnant women we may be on the cusp of a much larger problem.

These are issues that I don’t have any great understanding of so I’m writing generally about recently expressed concerns that prompt this post as I can see the need to be concerned.

Meths may be the first drug to significantly impact our education system by complicating learning difficulties and even creating new ones.

I understand that the relationship between meths and children’s education is currently surfacing at intermediate level as an unknown quantity and is not well understood.

I read this morning that meths is contributing to an increase in our female criminal population as it is apparently an ‘easy low cost business opportunity’.

Females, mothers, actively involved in P houses must increase the child consequences.

Given the nature of our current education system that is not boy friendly the possibility of added learning difficulties and life long consequences is an additional threat.

We may not be prepared for this or even adequately researching the current situation.


  1. But the real cake in that P article was some feminist bitch carrying on about the 500 hundred increase in prison numbers that was all P related and it was the fault of men who were sitting back watching them do it.

    They worry about New Zealand’s image – anyone sensible person in the international arena reading that would wonder what the journalist was on or whether they’d already fucked their brain.

    It was pathetic.

    Comment by Evan Myers — Thu 21st June 2018 @ 9:15 am

  2. Interesting conversation;

    “So, you are a meth addict?”


    What was your daughter’s name again?”


    [I did hear right]

    Comment by Downunder — Wed 27th June 2018 @ 9:27 am

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