The American Nightmare Revealed! (Exhibit C)


What better place to start a heroin “epidemic” than West Virginia, one of the poorest of the fifty U.S. Corporation’s satellites. I guess the CIA decided to dump a large portion of that Afghan grown heroin, which the US military has been guarding all these years, in West Virginia. How convenient, eugenically speaking:

Heroin Epidemic So Severe that Many Funeral Homes can’t keep up with Demand

Saturday, March 11, 2017 by: Thomas Dishaw

(Natural News) Heroin has flourished in West Virginia over the past decade, especially since officials cracked down on prescription drugs. In 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, West Virginia’s drug overdose death rate stood at 41.5 cases per 100,000 residents, the highest rate in the country and nearly three times the national average.

This epidemic is now causing a strain on funeral homes as well as a state funded program that provides burial assistance for impoverished families. West Virginia’s “Indigent Burial Program” has existed for decades, but with the increase of heroin-related deaths, their resources are being depleted at a faster rate. And as overdoses rise many funeral homes are finding that they cannot keep up with the demand for services.

The Indigent Burial Program is a unique program because a majority of states don’t provide such services at the state level, and most of the ones that do, limit them to recipients of Medicaid, SNAP or other social programs for the poor. Frederick Kitchen, president of the West Virginia Funeral Directors Association, said the state Department of Human Services earmarks almost $2 million a year to help cover the burial costs for destitute individuals. The state offers funeral homes $1,250 per person to cover expenses in cases where the deceased has no funds nor anyone willing or able to pay the funeral costs. (RELATED: Get all the news Google is trying to hide from you at

The program has paid for so many burials for citizens who have died from drug overdoses that in 2014 they were out of money by June. In 2015, the program’s budget was completely drained by March. For this current fiscal year set to end in June, 1,508 burials have already been submitted for payment through the Indigent Burial Program, according to Allison Adler, a spokesperson for state DHHR Secretary Bill Crouch.

How did things spiral this far out of control? West Virginia was ranked the third poorest State in 2016. The median household income is $42,019; they have the highest unemployment rate of 6.7%, and the 7th highest poverty rate of 17.9%. West Virginia’s population is one of the largest recipients of government assistance programs such as SNAP and Medicaid. Economic despair, widespread unemployment, inadequate mental health facilities and a sense of isolation in communities have all contributed to the widespread abuse of heroin…

{Sojourner note: eugenics at its best, weeding out “the deplorables”, as Hillary calls them, those considered “not fit for life” by the elite-pigs who own and operate this American Nightmare!}

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