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Prohibition Poisening

Postby ProfWag » 23 Feb 2010, 06:17

For those of you (okay, For Skepcop) who thinks that I am incapable of being negative towards anything our US Government does, I present to you the following:
http://www.slate.com/id/2245188/?GT1=38001

It was definitely not the brightest time for our government here in America.
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Re: Prohibition Poisening

Postby ciscop » 23 Feb 2010, 12:12

thats so sad...

thanks for sharing the story
i never knew about that.. is incredible

some conspiracy theories do have a backbone
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Re: Prohibition Poisening

Postby tiger » 23 Feb 2010, 15:38

They should do that now with the current illegal drugs. It would be easy to find illegal drugs and inject them with poison without the drug pushers knowing. Could be done when the drugs are imported. It would be a lot better method than the current method.

If you give any argument to say that this is bad I will use the same argument to show the current policy is just as bad or even worse.

The great advantage of my method is that it will greatly reduce the number of illegal drug addicts at low cast. Once these people are dead or cured then there will be far fewer people trying to sell illegal drugs.
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Re: Prohibition Poisening

Postby ProfWag » 23 Feb 2010, 21:44

tiger wrote:They should do that now with the current illegal drugs. It would be easy to find illegal drugs and inject them with poison without the drug pushers knowing. Could be done when the drugs are imported. It would be a lot better method than the current method.

If you give any argument to say that this is bad I will use the same argument to show the current policy is just as bad or even worse.

The great advantage of my method is that it will greatly reduce the number of illegal drug addicts at low cast. Once these people are dead or cured then there will be far fewer people trying to sell illegal drugs.

They did, as recently as 35 years ago. From the article:

"I did, however, remember the U.S. government's controversial decision in the 1970s to spray Mexican marijuana fields with Paraquat, an herbicide. Its use was primarily intended to destroy crops, but government officials also insisted that awareness of the toxin would deter marijuana smokers. They echoed the official position of the 1920s—if some citizens ended up poisoned, well, they'd brought it upon themselves. Although Paraquat wasn't really all that toxic, the outcry forced the government to drop the plan. Still, the incident created an unsurprising lack of trust in government motives, which reveals itself in the occasional rumors circulating today that federal agencies, such as the CIA, mix poison into the illegal drug supply."
And yes Ciscop, there often times is a basis for conspiracy theories...
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Re: Prohibition Poisening

Postby ciscop » 24 Feb 2010, 01:14

Poisening illegal drugs!?!??!
nah!

they should legalize them
here in mexico we are own by those scumbags
if you make them legal (at least pot) you take away half of their money and their power
you screw them.

that´s the only way
whoever wants to gets high will get high anyway
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Re: Prohibition Poisening

Postby tiger » 24 Feb 2010, 04:37

Do you realize the harm making illegal drugs legal will do?
- Many people have jobs because of illegal drugs. These include a large minority of people in the law enforcement business.
- The reputation of the USA would be ruined.
- Many politicians would be ruined. They only get elected because they support 'get tough on crime' policies.
- Impact on religion?
- Reputation of governments would be impacted. They have been saying how dangerous certain drugs are. Then to say make them legal would make people question everything else they do.

No, making illegal drugs legal is not an option. You need to find another option.
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Re: Prohibition Poisening

Postby ciscop » 24 Feb 2010, 06:08

well..

reading history
you get that the reasons for outlawing pot were simply racists
the quote from the american senator was something like
¨mexicans and black guys use them to get white girls and hear jazz music¨

im sorry but that is a retarded reason to ban pot
i am not saying coke or heroin or mushrooms or anything else
just pot

take half of their money

the war on drugs is an illusion
violence has only increased thx to that
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Re: Prohibition Poisening

Postby ProfWag » 24 Feb 2010, 06:52

I'm going to run for President with the slogan "Legalize Pot and Prostitution!" Wish me luck!
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Re: Prohibition Poisening

Postby tiger » 24 Feb 2010, 17:04

Looks like ciscop and I have a similar opinion on illegal drugs. See you in three days.
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