I do both but nothing harder than alcohol.
I smoke Cannabis whenever I am able to get it, and feel strongly about the laws being reformed on it. No one should spend time in jail for any simple possession of any drug, it is not the laws body’s. We should be the ones who choose what we place in our systems, not a law system.
I think that a world where everyone was on Crack or Heroine for a month would be perfect. Within a year we would have shit finally sorted out. The drug addicts would be dead or jobless and living in drug zones and the rest of us could get on with our lives.
President Trump declined my simple and relatively cheap way of limiting illegal refugees from Mexico-----
You get about a half a dozen or so large helicopters and arm them with Puff The Magic Dragon machine guns they used in Vietnam. They would patrol the border for several miles inland, shooting at anything which shouldn’t be there. With any luck the border vigilantes would get their arses shot off.
These days I suspect armed drones might be cheaper.
I thoroughly agree. It would be much healthier for society in general and supports for the addicts and their extended families. It would place the family in a much better position to not fall into their manipulations for their next fix.
Plus, those that want to move out of that lifestyle - and taxing it would offer up a means for money and a more accurate picture of how drugs are used within society at at levels.
AND the drug cartels would have legal competition lol
I was thinking that as well. I have a great many reasons to despise Hitler and Fascism in general, but one more is that they have discredited eugenics forever, with their evil experiments on living humans, and their euthanasia programmes.
Eugenics might have virtually limitless potential in the field of genetics to eradicate awful diseases and conditions. But I fear whenever it’s mentioned, people will associate it with the appalling behaviour and ideologies of Nazism.
Don’t kid yourself, eugenics research is alive and well. It is practiced in the fields of disease control, aging, and the military is most certainly involved in research. What was the name of the big Viet-nam war experiment where the US rounded up all the retards and sent them into battle. 100,000 (Something)? Guys with IQ’s of 66 were handling guns, stoned out of their minds, walking through the jungles. There is a reason the death count was so high in Viet Nam. To the USA it was an “Experimental War.”
Project 100,000 (also McNamara's 100,000), also known as McNamara's Folly, McNamara's Morons and McNamara's Misfits, was a controversial 1960s program by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) to recruit soldiers who would previously have been below military mental or medical standards. Project 100,000 was initiated by Defense Secretary Robert McNamara in October 1966 to meet the escalating manpower requirements of the American government's involvement in the Vietnam War. Inductees o At va...
When I was 18 (early 90s), I was working at a fast food restaurant to make ends meet. There I met an older guy who was also an employee. He was a Vietnam vet, and was clearly experiencing some mental retardation. But he could buy beer; so, it wasn’t long before we became friends. I always assumed something happened to him in the war, and that somehow resulted in his obvious mental retardation. Simply because I assumed no one in his mental state could be in the US Army (they do have standards!).
Two decades later I read about Project 100,000 and then it hit me. I called him up, and yep: he was part of it. I seems he was born the way he is.
Try and imagine everyone on crack or heroine for a month, what kind of world is it you’re imagining?
One where we don’t use laws to curb people’s want to use these drugs. Some will use them even if it’s a death sentence. They should be encouraged to quit yes. But no law should be made to try to curb that want. You want people to quit we should use encouragement not laws.