The caring nature of some are far reaching and in many unexpected places, without any help from government or local authorities. And this is such a case. Here in the UK we seem to have Tzar's who offer very little.
It is more alarming that billions are being spent on supposed prevention, yet at the same time drug abundance is only to clear. Who do we blame for that. The poor grower, the slightly richer exporter, the dealer or the governments who are perhaps turning a slightly blind eye to events, yet at the same time implying that they are trying to control the situation. I would lay a bet, that there are as many people employed in drug control as there are in supply and manufacture.
In the report it was mentioned that booze played a big part in the death rates, and that fact is often published. Yet at the same time governments make vast amounts of money through taxation of this commodity.
Not far from where I live is a local government 'half-way' house, which accommodates families for approximately 12 month durations. At present we have a Russian family living there. Husband and wife in late 20's mid 30's with two children. On occasions the husband is found walking the streets in a slight state of drunkenness. This we are told is due to 'past experiences' that he suffered in confinement in his land of birth. The irony of all this, is that they seem a well educated family.