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In 2001, Portugal decided to legalize hard drugs. This is what happened. (+Poll)

 
Anonymous Coward
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09/19/2009 08:01 PM
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Funds for black projects in this country... how else are they going to build their deep hidey holes and underground bases for when the SHTF? 88 miles of underground tunnels alone beneath the Denver Airport? Records storage... my ass.
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Are you sure it's 88 MILES? Wow. That's a lot of removed dirt. Please enlighten.
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09/19/2009 08:10 PM
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09/21/2009 03:49 PM
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09/21/2009 04:59 PM
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So, OP, what you say is that dealing with illegal drugs is much more profitable that in a market (country) where it's legalized?

But, the US laws say that drugs like cocaine, LSD, and such, are illegal...

Wait... wait...

Oh...

OH I SEE!
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And, of course, PIN this.
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09/21/2009 05:02 PM
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You'd think we learned from prohibition, but noooo...

When drugs are outlawed, only outlaws have drugs.
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Remind me again why drugs are illegal in the U.S.?

bonghit
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Because it's a very profitable business to some people who work for a goverment that publicly consider the drug business something illegal.

Let me introduce you, the black budget.
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09/21/2009 05:23 PM
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What an indictment of where the USA sits.....

Yes (55) 73.3%
Only for Soft drugs (15) 20.0%

93.3.% require drugs instead of seek the cosmic reality within.

What a very sad state of affairs USA.....

Whatever led America to go this way?

Do you realise that is exactly what the TPTB planned and the people of USA bought it hook, line and sinker 93.3% wishing to legalise drugs to keep you dumbed down!

Oh boy are you in trouble it is no surprise that Jesus Christ said 'It is the house that Jack built and the Church of Satan."

Lotus
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Eden (OP)

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Lotus, please descend back to Earth.
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09/22/2009 02:08 AM
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Don't be a dipshit Lotus Feet. The drug war is a war against the people. We are talking about putting the law back in it's correct relationship with society.
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09/22/2009 03:07 AM
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Vested interests here in the US will fight this type
of postive change tooth and nail. They make BIG MONEY
as functionaries of the drug war and off of illegal
drugs too. It will take massive public (voter) mobilization
to mainfest this type of change here in the US.
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Vested interests here in the US will fight this type
of postive change tooth and nail. They make BIG MONEY
as functionaries of the drug war and off of illegal
drugs too. It will take massive public (voter) mobilization
to mainfest this type of change here in the US.
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Exactly.

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