On March 14th, Identity Evropa activists paid a visit to Purdue Pharma’s headquarters in Stamford, CT, to demonstrate against the corporation’s role in our country’s opioid crisis – a crisis that kills more than 115 Americans every day.

For those unaware, Purdue Pharma pleaded guilty in 2007 to “criminal charges that they misled regulators, doctors and patients about the drug’s risk of addiction and its potential to be abused.”

Drug overdoses (mostly opioids) killed roughly 64,000 Americans in 2017, which is a 21% increase from 2016. This means that more Americans died due to drug overdoses in 2017 than died during the entire Vietnam War. This crisis disproportionately affects working class White Americans – the only demographic in America with an increasing death rate, which is a phenomenon rarely seen outside of war or famine.

To make things worse, these same White Americans are now watching as their country is rendered unrecognizable due to mass immigration.

We demand reform, or America will be lost.