The internet is great for a lot of things. Chatting with friends, buying nail polish remover, playing video games and of course, trying heroin. Technology is so advanced these days that one doesn’t need their friendly neighborhood junkie to get hooked anymore. Just get a relatively fast internet connection and go to Youtube.

Youtube Makes People Heroin Addicted

YOUTUBE VIDEO TURNS ORDINARY PEOPLE INTO JUNKIES

In what starts off as a seemingly innocent video, quickly turns into a blasphemous showing of human destruction. A pair of nice couples sits at a desk, joyfully telling the world about their past drug experiences. These are your average, 20-30-year-oldsĀ that probably hold a steady job, read books and perhaps call their mom on the weekend. Not for long.

HEROIN DESTROYS LIVES RIGHT BEFORE OUR EYES

In a mere matter of minutes, we see these stand-up members of society quickly dissolve into the frail, denigrate scum of the earth that people call junkies. Gone is the bright hope in the eyes. Destroyed are their future ambitions and dreams. All these people have now to look forward to is dirty streets and the time. The time between their next hit. When it will come, they may never know. The game of heroin is a cruel spectacle of lies, deceit, and lost love. If it wasn’t for Youtube, perhaps these people would still have a chance in life. To start a family, to own a modest home and keep up with the latest Kardashian news. That, my friends, is a life to admire. Not this, heroin nonsense the kids are into now.

AMERICAN DREAM SQUANDERED ON THE INTERNET

Youtube should be punished for ruining the American dream. Just like Apple is helping terrorism efforts by backing privacy, Youtube is completely responsible for making these attractive, young folks heroin addicts. Where is Donald Trump when you need him? He surely would take a stand against this. Did Trump use heroin to get where he is today? Absolutely not. He probably played a part in the corruption that surrounds the whole drug trade in America, but that isn’t the point. Youtube is killing the youth and it needs to stop.

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