On 03 Dec 2012, at 20:40, meekerdb wrote:

On 12/3/2012 4:53 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:

You might be right, I am not sure. Then, the fear sellers did not need the climate change for imposing tyranny: food and drug works already very well. (Cf Obama and the NDAA).

And they might be related, as Henry Ford said already in before 1930, "--why use petrol and steel for doing car, when we can build them entirely using Hemp, which can be renewed each year?". The possible climate change might be a consequence of the lies on paper, steel, medication, oil, etc.

The deeper problem might be education, which get worst more or less since Nixon, almost everywhere. People are not encouraged to think by themselves. they still need leader, hero, etc. It is old social mammal genes in play. We are apes with atomic bomb, which confuse p -> q and q -> p, all the time.

As long as cannabis is illegal, you can be sure that politics is biased in the favor of lying minorities.

So do you conclude from the recent legalization of Marijuana in three U.S. states and even it's commercial production in Colorado that the bias has shifted?

The UN has asked Obama to quickly "solve that problem". The bias has no changed at the feds level, nor at the international mafia level.

But the cops of LEAP do a good work, and some hope is reasonable. But the "financial" interest of powerful (financially) minorities will remain quite string for a long time. What seems correct is that more and more educated people begin to understand that about cannabis, there has only been lies and unfair speculation. The scientists expert on cannabis, rare in America due to the schedule 1 constraints (forbidding to do research on it) are unanimous that cannabis is a million times safer than alcohol, tobacco, aspirin, chocolate, city air, etc.

Also, it is clearer and clearer that prohibition always augment the production and consumption of drug. In The Netherlands where cannabis is decriminalized completely, the young people does not smoke cannabis, as it looks like too clear that they want to look like an adult, and it is not well seen.

Kids have a much higher probability to use an illegal drug than a legal drug, because when a drug is made illegal, the market is offered to unscrupulous people who will not ask the ID to the buyer.


"Prohibition... goes beyond the bound of reason in that it attempts to control a man's appetite by legislation and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes. A prohibition law strikes a blow at the very principles upon which our government was founded" -Abraham Lincoln


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