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GanjaGuru
03-12-2006, 08:42 PM
I have come to the conclusion that the only people who get busted are competition. Like Alcohol drugs cannot be controlled and the only solution to destroying any black market is legalization. America makes billions of dollars which are used for everything from military spending to other costs or lining the pockets of the CIA. It is only logical to assume that they import the supply of North Americas coke from Columbia. which is why they crack down on Canada and Mexico for marijuana. Every time it is brought up in government up here our politicians are pressured into not legalizing including threatning our economy. Drugs really aren't that bad if you can get from a safe clean source Marijuana up here has been prooven to be quite benificial. Cocoa,LSD,Mushrooms,MDMA,Ibogaine and others have many benifits not only psychologically but physically as well.

I know right away people will say "What about our kids?". Well Regulation is the answer i mean we don't ban automobiles or alcohol just because a minor might get a hold of them but at least it will be more difficult to obtain. retailers would ask for ID as where street people do not. the conspiracy is that 1) they do not have a pharma logo on them and 2) the U.S. government relies on drug money to keep the economy afloat. Drugs could be taxed and the money put into proper educational programs and not propaganda "this is your brain on drugs" because let's face it the ads do not work. usage is higher and so is demand. As long as there is a demand their will be a supplier. by eliminating the crime aspect you would not see gang violence due to drug money because you eliminate the black market.

Legalization and regulation are the keys to a safer and more peaceful and stable society with ciolent gangs losing their main revenue a drop in crime will happen i guarentee it.

Indred
03-12-2006, 09:07 PM
I think you are right. To legalize and tax would lessen crime and give some control over the problem. Since, they do not do this there must be a reason and my guess is it is a sinister reason.

Jimbo
03-12-2006, 10:16 PM
Profiting Illegally From Drugs They Make Illegal ??? - :-o :-o :-o

Profiting Illegally From Drugs They Make Illegal ???
Think about it, If they were legal, then "they" would need to put them in the books...

About Marijuana

"Marijuana laws are based on prejudice and fear and exist because people in power have discovered how to make a LOT of money on the side by keeping prohibition in effect AND look good while having fun doing it. But the supply never really changes - marijuana is always everywhere - and we are paying a LOT for this poor service.

If you honestly believe Cannabis Prohibition is doing our country a good service, I and millions of others like me IMPLORE you to begin your own research on our marijuana laws. Begin by doing searches with questions like, "When/why was cannabis first made illegal?" or "What is marijuana/cannabis/hemp?" and begin to see for yourself. You will be glad you did, even though it will also make you mad if you have a heart."
http://makepotlegal555.org/WHY-

The Police State Road Map

"In March 1998, the CIA Inspector General testified that there had existed a secret agreement between the CIA and the Justice Department, wherein "during the years 1982 to 1995, the CIA did not have to report the drug trafficking by its assets to the Justice Department."(84)(85) As Michael Levine commented, "..[to]a trained DEA agent this literally means that the CIA had been granted a license to obstruct justice in our so-called war on drugs; a license that lasted, so the CIA claims, from 1982 to 1995." That understanding remained in effect until August of 1995, when Attorney General Janet Reno rescinded the agreement. The CIA collusion with allied drug traffickers led to the formation of a protected narcotics pipeline, resulting an increase in supply and drop in price. Former DEA agents have repeatedly pointed out that 50%-70% of the cocaine entering the U.S. went via drug cartels that enjoyed CIA protection.(86) Despite the exponential growth in spending on the alleged "drug war", illicit drugs are cheaper and purer than they were two decades ago, and continue to be readily available. Between 1981 and 1998, the price of heroin and cocaine dropped sharply while their levels of purity rose."

http://www.policestateplanning.com/id19.htm

The Police State Road Map (Downloadable PDF)
http://www.policestateplanning.com/download_pdf_version.htm
http://www.policestateplanning.com/download/psrm.pdf (1.4Mb)

Thank God for "Freedom Of Speech"...
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GanjaGuru
03-12-2006, 11:45 PM
It is only logical to legalize Look at holland they did it and they have like a 2% hard drug usage rate because of proper rehad programs and education. they do not throw their citizens in gulags for 25 years r more for smoking a joint.

Alcohol kills more people a year then any illegal substance combined and cigarettes even more. It seem like the worst things for you are legal.

LaDominio
03-13-2006, 12:21 AM
And now Iím sure you see that none of this is by any means a coincidence.

Bouncer
03-13-2006, 02:12 PM
Well, it's like they say: there are out-laws, and then there are in-laws. The biggest problem I see is that organized crime will not let go easily. It's tough to go legit without government help, you know? And the gov't probably won't grant a lot of territory to the competition.
However, I believe that legalization will reduce a lot of violent crime and theft.

BTW, no offence to anyone, but that is the reason I don't watch The Sopranos. The real crooks are into child porn, kidnapping, torture, murder, mutilation, and extortion of good people. If they would just stay underground and pick on thugs like them, we wouldn't have the troubles we are having, no?