The UN has released their annual World Drug Report, "a comprehensive overview" of the drug consumption and production habits of people across the world. According to the findings designed to support the agenda, marijuana is the drug of choice across the planet. The report restricts its scope to "illicit" drug users and traffickers, but does not fail to mention the "licit" use of tobacco far exceeds the "illicit" use of weed, thus justifying in advance the existence of the UN and its orchestration of a "multilateral drug control system."
The increasing potency of marijuana -- spurred on by hydroponic growers in places such as B.C. -- means the world should no longer consider pot a "soft" drug, according to a report released Monday by the United Nations.Marijuana is bound to be more popular than crack, precisely because its effects are milder, more pleasureable and less harmful to the user. Individuals generally concerned with their own preservation don't typically choose the most destructive substances around and even if cocaine was classified as a "licit" drug, most people would probably choose coffee instead. And so what if they don't, except:
Criminals love the drug war for driving up the profits on simple plant substances that would otherwise be cheaper than wheat. Their counterparts in the law enforcement business love the drug war for providing a never ending excuse for increasing budgets to accomplish the impossible, and the opportunity to go after easy targets like pot growers instead of tackling more dangerous and difficult problems like the actual violent criminals we are supposedly paying them to pursue in the first place.But let us not digress. Bird flu might not be the more pressing pandemic of our time if "we" are to believe the United Nations of Collective Bullshit. Global warming is responsible for increased cannabis use. Stop growing food and save the planet:
"The cannabis pandemic, like other challenges to public health, requires . . . a consistent commitment across the political spectrum and by society at large," Costa said in his statement.Tell that to the chemotherapy patient seeking relief from their afflictions.
Sorehead on Social Engineering:
Engineering is the application of force to physical objects in ways that produce actively useful products-mechanisms, machines and other items.
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Posted by Lisa Turner on Tuesday, June 27, 2006