Inside the mind of the man who will kill more people than HITLER did

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Articles, Causes, Petitions

 

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Crystal Methaphetamine

The biggest mass murderer of them all, known only as Uncle Fester.

He is the man who has distributed manuals over the internet, making it possible for anyone with half a brain to start their own TIK (Crystal Meth) lab.

I enclose the introduction page of the easy to follow manual. What you will notice is that the spread of TIK or Crystal Methamphetamine is the successful attempt of one man’s mission to kill millions of people by using others to do it. He is pure evil and completely arrogant.

Sadly, he is very successful….

Pigs Peak Pigs granted leave to appeal

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Causes, Petitions

Pigs keep stealing

Pigs Peak casino was granted leave to appeal today. This means that the Swaziland based company will be opening their portals shortly to begin trading again in South Africa while they prepare to challenge the recent High Court decision against them.

Warren Whitfield who is the Addiction Action Campaign (AAC) founder and C.E.O. said, “We’ve called them Pigs because we are aware that since Pigs Peak casino has begun trading in South Africa, they have not paid taxes for any of the billions of Rand’s that they have taken from South Africans, nor have they given one cent to gambling addiction treatment or prevention organisations such as AAC. They are operating under grey areas of the law, have milked South Africa of wealth and caused much harm to problem gamblers without giving anything back.”

Whitfield said, “This decision will ultimately lead to these grey areas being tightened and hopefully will expose online casinos for the opportunistic ruthless capitalists that they are”.  Ends

For more information contact:  AAC CEO Warren Whitfield – 076-387-7444 or warren@aac.org.za

S.A. Addiction Industry Accountability Petition

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Petitions

  • South Africa is addicted to tax from corporates who sell addictive products or services. Government must become independent of its dependency to sin taxes.
  • South Africa’s dependency to income derived from addictive products and or services, actually ENABLES ADDICTION. Sin taxes should be used exclusively for the purposes of treatment as well as addiction prevention.
  • Industries that sell addictive products or services should be held financially accountable for the treatment costs of people who are addicted to their products etc. Namely cigarette, alcohol, casinos, pornographers and pharmaceutical companies.
  • The country’s consciousness concerning the severity of addiction in S.A. needs to change. Government must become actively involved in educating South Africans about the dangers of using ANY substance, product or service which is addictive.
  • More people in S.A. are addicted to a substance, product, service or behaviour than there are people living with HIV/AIDS. Government must publicly admit this fact and present a plan of action to the South African people on how they will strive towards a society free of addiction.
  • The most dangerous addictive services and products are all legal. If alcohol or cigarettes were invented today, they would be illegal because they are so dangerous. Government must do everything in its power to remover these products from the South African market place.
  • S.A.’s drug consumption is double the world norm.
  • More than 15% of South Africans are problem drug users.

What is the AAC’s purpose?

  1. To be a national addiction / substance abuse partner in addressing the issue effectively.
  2. To be the most well informed organisation on the issue of addiction in S.A.
  3. To maintain the availability and relevance of information and statistics.
  4. To challenge but also assist Government in becoming transparent on taxes collected from “sin” industries.
  5. To challenge but also assist Government & “sin” industries to use taxes and profits generated from these industries for: i) a national addiction prevention program focused on 7 year olds & upwards which is integrated into the national education curriculum & ii) A national addiction treatment program which reaches out to the poor i.e. a program that can be understood by illiterate people, which is in their own language & culture-specific.
  6. To lobby in parliament & work with various political leaders in changing the laws of South Africa in order to depopularize addictive products and services.
  7. To lobby in parliament & work with various political leaders in changing the laws of South Africa, to make prison sentences more severe for drug dealers & traffickers.
  8. To work with the criminal justice system in creating diversion treatment programs for people who commit criminal offences under the compulsion of addiction or substance dependency. Such programmes would aim to keep them out of prison so that they can first complete an addiction / substance dependency treatment programme. Those who respond well could have charges withdrawn or receive reduced and/or suspended sentences with the prospect of heavier penalties if they re-offend.
  9. To establish an independent AAC recovery assistance fund which would help all South Africans receive proper addiction / substance dependency treatment regardless of race, religion, age, gender or sexual preference.

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