International Drug Policy
International Drug Policy
"We recognize that focusing on drugs and weapons, without stopping the money, is not going to stop the cartels," Assistant U.S. Treasury Secretary David Cohen told the AP...."
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"But it's a deterrence, official says
The Treasury official played down the importance of the low returns, saying the act is designed mostly as a deterrent to keep drug organizations out of the U.S. financial system."
STOP FUELING GANGS, TRIBAL WAREFARE, & DRUG CARTELS!!!
Why are our governments spending OODLES of cash fighting drug warefare? Develop an Internation Drug Policy that is adaptive, and flexible.
Get rid of the pill problems by restricitng those (insert bad word here) government drugs!! Make naturally accuring plants as worthless as cabbage!!
If everyone has lots of it, there is no drug trade. Like I said earlier....
.....why does this make so much sense......?
Drugs that need to be decriminalized!!!
"Khat, while illegal in the North America, is legal in much of Europe, East Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula."
"Psilocybin mushrooms are non-addictive although they do create short term increases in tolerance of users"
"The cultivation of cannabis is currently illegal in __________(<---insert country here), with exceptions only for medical usage. However, the use of cannabis by the general public is broadly tolerated..."
"...Cannabis use has been found to have occurred as long ago as the third millennium B.C. In modern times, the drug has been used for recreational, religious or spiritual, and medicinal purposes. The United Nations (UN) estimated that in 2004 about 4% of the world's adult population (162 million people) use cannabis annually, and about 0.6% (22.5 million) use it on a daily basis. The possession, use, or sale of cannabis preparations containing psychoactive cannabinoids became illegal in most parts of the world in the early twentieth century. Since then, some countries have intensified the enforcement of cannabis prohibition, while others have reduced it."
Lophophora williamsii (pronounced /loʊˈfɒfərə wɪlˈjæmsiaɪ/), better known by its common name Peyote, (from the Nahuatl word peyotl), is a small, spineless cactus. It is native to southwestern Texas and through central Mexico. It is found primarily in the Chihuahuan desert and in the states of Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosi among scrub, especially where there is limestone.
Absinthe.....who cares? Legalize it, with the sales of Tequila and such.
Any more that I might have forgotten? This is a big planet.....I am sure to have missed something.