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Mexico Wants to Decriminalize All Drugs and Negotiate With the U.S. to Do the Same

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Decriminalization of everything. All of it. Think of the money we'll save. Close down the prison system. No more cops, judges, lawyers etc. Drunk drivers, murderers, speeders, drug addicts, petty thieves.... let God sort it out.
Um....... guns? Seems a way to get fed / state approval for drugs so you loose your right to have firearms because you chose weed over personal responsibility. The end game is never the topic at hand. It might take them another generation or two but they will get there.......
 

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this is about social engineering, not freedom to catch a buzz

seattle, san fran, other ghettos are shining examples of their goal of keeping more criminals in our society

this topic serves that master
 

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Put 50 gallon drums of coke on all city corners, free to use, no crime, we eliminate the drug cartels and the junkies stealing to support their drug habits and we can close half the jails, let those so inclined do themselves in
 

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It's been interesting to watch the "status quo" corrupt gov't and criminal supporters squirm on this topic. They see a potential big revenue and prison industry stream of money for their criminal friends might disappear and they roll out the propaganda thick as a brick...

"Fear what may happen..."
"Fear what new druggies will be created"
"Fear how access to drugs will go ballistic"
"Fear how much it will cost us to rehab all these new drug users which will definitely be created"
"What will we do with all those empty beds in the prisons"
"Big pharma is against it, so many are against it, it's not really much better than some alternative..."
"It's probably not much change from what we have today. It's a toss up, it's the lesser of 2 evils..."

I say "TOTAL BULLSHIT" to all of that. Lies, distractions and fear fomenting as usual.

What they're afraid of in actuality is the people will save some money by ending the war on drugs. What they are really really afraid of is that criminals will lose their biggest revenue stream. What they're also afraid of is that addicts will be able to openly admit to their medical condition and be able to seek help without being thrown in prison alongside hardened criminals.

This has been an extremely informative thread.

Just telling it like I see it.
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You can buy coco leaves on the internet. Chew em up, or make a tea with them. It's a stimulant but not like cocain. I tried it and I liked it a lot. To much money for what it is though. I'll stick to weed and shrooms.
 

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same vein with decrim the dope dealers/dope heads -- 'criminal justice reform' = poisoning our society by keeping the worst among us to continue their proclivities. i consume a lot of crime/sentencing. it is INSANE what is going on. here' one (of many) recent examples

https://www.rollingstone.com/cultur...ski-georgia-teen-girl-assualt-torture-830393/

Man Gets No Prison Time For Torturing Teenage Girl, Holding Her In a Dog Cage

A 33-year-old Georgia man will serve no prison time after keeping a teenage girl in captivity for a year, imprisoning her in a dog cage and allegedly forcing her to have sex with him against her will.

On Thursday, Michael Wysolovski pleaded guilty to first-degree cruelty to children and interstate interference with custody. He was sentenced to 10 years probation and eight months in prison, though the judge said that since he had already served prison time in the lead-up to his trial, he had already completed his sentence. Wysolovski will also have to register for the sex offender database for life.
 

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#48
It took a while, but the insanity of the War on Drugs and Prohibition is finally sinking in.
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Decriminalizing the victim-less "criminals" will concurrently provide ample space for the REAL PERPS within the secured confines of the myriad penal hotels for CONUS alone.

And Mexico has quite a lenghty archipelago of penitentiaries.

Interesting timing also in that regard, yes?
 
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I really respect Obrador for taking this position. This has huge potential to save hundreds of thousands of lives and make society more stable and more civilized. It could really change Mexico for the better and serve as another example for other countries to follow.
 

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same vein with decrim the dope dealers/dope heads -- 'criminal justice reform' = poisoning our society by keeping the worst among us to continue their proclivities. i consume a lot of crime/sentencing. it is INSANE what is going on. here' one (of many) recent examples

https://www.rollingstone.com/cultur...ski-georgia-teen-girl-assualt-torture-830393/

Man Gets No Prison Time For Torturing Teenage Girl, Holding Her In a Dog Cage

A 33-year-old Georgia man will serve no prison time after keeping a teenage girl in captivity for a year, imprisoning her in a dog cage and allegedly forcing her to have sex with him against her will.

On Thursday, Michael Wysolovski pleaded guilty to first-degree cruelty to children and interstate interference with custody. He was sentenced to 10 years probation and eight months in prison, though the judge said that since he had already served prison time in the lead-up to his trial, he had already completed his sentence. Wysolovski will also have to register for the sex offender database for life.
That "judge" needs talkin to by a group with a rope!