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War on Drugs is Useless? (11 pics)

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Should we legalize drugs or not?

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№1 Author: candysack (27 Nov 2013 03:25) Total user comments: 1436


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i am curious how the decriminalization of marihuana in washington and colorado last year will turn out in the long run because if it works,it could pave the way for state controlled weed dsitribution which would eliminate horrendous act of people being smuggled in the UK and kept as slaves to maintain those weed farms... and could stop several other associated illegal activities
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№2 Author: MathIsHard (27 Nov 2013 03:33) Total user comments: 1404


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Things are inherently legal. It's over-zealous 'moralists' and pandering politicians that make things criminal. Cannabis is safer than alcohol or tobacco, but because undesirable Mexican's were thought to always have a stash on them, they outlawed it (the cannabis).

Criminalizing things is a method of control. Just ask a republican how they feel about business regulations.



whatevs -_-
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№3 Author: adzhoe (27 Nov 2013 04:42) Total user comments: 14959


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interesting...
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№4 Author: jmc (27 Nov 2013 07:20) Total user comments: 0


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MathIsHard,
http://norml.org/about/item/ma

rijuana-law-reform-timeline

also...the main reason cannabis is outlawed was because it made cheaper paper and grows faster than tree. roosevelt owned a few acres of trees that he sold to paper companies. so he got cannabis outlawed so he wouldn't lose money from the product. not even because of its drug properties.
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№5 Author: Zigg (27 Nov 2013 13:42) Total user comments: 33


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if they make drug legalized and the government will be the mass producers, syndicates will be bankrupt
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№6 Author: A FORMER user. (25 Dec 2013 16:10) Total user comments: 0


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This "war on drugs" is one of the worst things to happen to modern society! Yes it sounds like a wonderful idea to take away drugs and treat the "seeking" behavior, but I can tell you from past experience of myself and current from family members; if a person intends on doing some kind of drug or seeking some sort of "high" there is practically NOTHING you can do about it. Now, yes there are many out there that this is untrue for and many that would benefit from the things suggested in this movie, but overall I would say it is an exercise in futility! All you have to do is look to prohibition, when our government outlawed booze, and see the destruction and chaos that it caused. Did it solve anything? NO. Did people try to get help for alcohol addiction, if they had it? Possibly. Did it make things worse overall? DUH! I maybe crazy or called a fool for my views, but I feel that they should just legalize it all and control it as they do alcohol/smokes. Then offer greatly improved treatment programs with the funds gained, for those who want to turn their lives around, and let the rest do as they see fit. Who are we to say what they put into their bodies after all? If the government legalized it all and highly taxed it, cartels would not be able to compete and horrible crimes like the be-headings in Mexico may not occur. Also just think of the weight taken off the shoulders of our prison systems...so many people in prison for NON violent drug crimes. Sorry, but I would rather save the space for a rapist or murderer in my prison, than a person who refuses to stop getting high. Think a plan like this won't work? Look into the drug laws of Portugal and how it's changed their country the last 10 years. Sure there are those who still criticize it, but most agree it is a better alternative. To those who have lost family members or friends to addiction's I am truly sorry and you have my deepest condolences. I know how you feel as I have lost both myself, but I still believe that our system is broken and simply punishing addicts and/or removing all drugs from society is a narrow minded with undertones of communism. America is the greatest country in the world and I for one feel that we can definitely do better than this "war on drugs".

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