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My family has no idea that it was me who called the police on my drug dealing brother. I believe family comes first but not at the expense of civilized society.

My family has no idea that it was me who called the police on my drug dealing brother. I believe family comes first but not at the expense of civilized society.

 
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Individuals in our society care nothing about you or your brother, unless there is something they can gain from it.
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1 up. That is right. Someday the Op will realize when they are in the gutter, especially when your character and reputation is on the line, the only people who will be there for them is family
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I nearly called on my oldest son because of the danger he was putting his life into. So I'm with you. We have a responsibility and I'm proud of you for taking it on.
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I almost turned in my sister when she brought drugs in my home that were found by my kids. Good for you OP
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To the 2nd poster. Just because you come from the same womb doesn?t mean you are family. My brother is a true low-life and I am glad I severed all ties with him. No more midnight phone calls asking to borrow money or to crash on my couch and mooch food all the while refusing to get any kind of job. He even stole my stereo one time.True family love is built on mutual respect, not mutual genes.
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Then you have to look at your parents as to why your brother turned out the way he did
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You need to familiarize yourself with Kohlberg's stages of morality. A fixation on law and order is the result of stunted growth.
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Junkies work hard all day long getting money. Then they give ALL of the money to the pusher. While the pusher
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CONTINUED...While the pusher
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GODDAMN it,admin, if you are PORO-slaver just say so. If you think the OP was wrong then you support slavery!!!
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What I am DETERMINED to say is that anyone that thinks the OP was wrong should just admit to yourselves that you would've been the type to justify slavery also. Junkie/Pusher. SLAVE/MSATER. NO DIFFERENCE.
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family are just like anyone else. they don't deserve special treatment. if they are a** ****s, tell them to f*** off. if your friends or anyone else is an a** ****, tell them to f*** off. love the people who deserve love, no matter who they are.
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The OP was right and so is the poster who is trying to say that if you think the OP is wrong then you support slavery. The drug industry is essentially about slavery to it's core. Users are slaves to the drug and the addiction and the pushers are slaves to the manufacturer/cultivator. The threat of death is always present if someone tries to break free. Adm - why are you blocking that guys comments?
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My 22 year old son was arrested for selling and so ruined his professional medical career. Now, at 26 he works at a sub shop and I fronted him this months rent.
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Good for you OP!
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I would turn in a family member. I don't care if they were stealing from me. I would just slap the snot out of them. I know no one in the world cares about my welfare. Family is all we have and the more you fight with them(calling them a** ****s when you think it is right to do so)you are destroying the only real and true cohesion that exists in your life.
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You know there are several problems with using and/or pushing drugs. First off, the user is not the person they were when they were "family". The drug is in charge and they make some really stupid decisions. That doesn't change the fact that they are flesh and blood. Hopefully turning in your brother will help him get the help he truly needs. The next point is for the 22 year old with the ruined medical career. I wish things like this could be broadcast from building tops so people will learn first hand that drugs are the destroyer of futures. The world makes drugs attractive. We have to find a creative way to bring truth out and crack that attraction. Just say no was a good campaign in its' day, but times have changed and it's time for a new campaign. Collectively we as a people could find a way to get the message out there. Talk to your council persons, law enforcement agencies. We have to do something.
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