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BREAKING THE TABOO From the Bransons, narrated by Morgan Freeman, inolving huge names including Bill Clinton & Alan Sugar. New docu most missed!

 
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BREAKING THE TABOO From the Bransons, narrated by Morgan Freeman, inolving huge names including Bill Clinton & Alan Sugar. New docu most missed!
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'The War on Drugs has failed. After 50 years of prohibition, illicit drugs are now the third most valuable industry in the world after food and oil, all in the control of criminals. Drugs are cheaper and more available than ever before. Millions of people are in prison for drugs offences. Corruption and violence, especially in producer and transit countries, endangers democracy. Tens of thousands of people die each year in drug wars.


Improving our drug policies is one of the key policy challenges of our time. The time for action is now.'

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I'll watch later, thanks for sharing Op.
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Re: BREAKING THE TABOO From the Bransons, narrated by Morgan Freeman, inolving huge names including Bill Clinton & Alan Sugar. New docu most missed!
thanks op

enjoyed that - it would make sense to legalise and tax drugs
state dispensed , state owned and the state profitting

allow people the choice to taker safe drugs - at a cost -profiting the state and those areas which will take over the support of drug users - health , education and police

win win


we just need to remove the judgement from people who use drugs - the majority of which do so in a non addicted fashion
and make the profits for all instead of the criminals
and focus attention on problem drug use -which would be a whole lot less problematic with the criminal aspect of supply removed

personally i'd rather go and get good weed at a decent price ,from my GP/ local pharmacy - quality assured etc


than some scrubby flat of a friend of a friend

and i'd rather see that profit from my 'consumer choce' being treated in the same way other choices i make as a consumer are - eg taxed

anyway- thanks

good watch
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Re: BREAKING THE TABOO From the Bransons, narrated by Morgan Freeman, inolving huge names including Bill Clinton & Alan Sugar. New docu most missed!
Legalizing SOME drugs makes sense.

Question: WHY would you think that Morgan Freeman and Bill Clinton's participation would be "draws?!" Oh, that's right -- this is GLP aka SHEEPland.
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Re: BREAKING THE TABOO From the Bransons, narrated by Morgan Freeman, inolving huge names including Bill Clinton & Alan Sugar. New docu most missed!
Legalizing SOME drugs makes sense.

Question: WHY would you think that Morgan Freeman and Bill Clinton's participation would be "draws?!" Oh, that's right -- this is GLP aka SHEEPland.
 Quoting: Hahahaha 28872856


The movie was made for sheeple, not GLP-people. So it actually does make sense to use popular people. And the signal it sends is pretty clear. It's a victimless crime to take drugs, and to give druggies a fine or throw them in jail, helps noone. Even the argument that druggies do bad things to get drugs is false, since we already have laws against theft and robbery. So I'd like to see a new approach to this.

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