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What was at the bottom of the Rabbit Hole I call making Hemp legal was not only painful for me to fully understand, and one I cant turn my back on.
Hemp the War on Drugs the understanding of everything going on it more wild that can be belived.
Lets try again, shall we far too many have died are in jail becuse of the idea of Hemp
Whistleblower, Lt. Scott Bennett will discuss the covert missions of the real drug dealers in world. The War on Drugs has its roots in an international mechanism developed over hundreds of years. The purveyers of this kind of sorcery are some of most evil creatures ever found in the midst of the rest of humanity. The power of greed in corrupt government justifies sacrificing tens of thousands of innocent lives in maintaining that power. The hidden structures of money laundering and the need to destroy people that threaten the monopoly of power requires a matrix of secret society and intelligence agency cooperation that creates a symbiosis of corruption and necessary acts of murder and treason against the people these felons pretend to represent. We have an amazing presentation tonight and a special guest with information that officially documents this kind of corruption and treason. This will be a call in show in the second hour. I am your host, Michael-Jay
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will be discussing the xenophobia that's happening in South Afrika; what xenophobia acutally is; how it affects all people of Afrikan descent and why Black nationality is so controversial in the USA . We will also discuss the "War On Drugs" aka The War On Black America. Join us.
On this week's What's Important Now Radio program Tom Sears starts a series on drug addiction. With more states starting to legalize marijuana, prescription drug abuse on the rise, and narcotics destroying lives isn't it time we fight back? We are standing up against this killer. Americans are dying everyday. Parents are losing children, and children are losing parents. It is time to fight back. This program will be the beginning of an ongoing discussion. Join us every week as we tackle this all important topic.
“It has become clear to me that while we fill our prisons with low-level drug offenders, the illegal drug trade, drug abuse and addiction continue in the face of the 'War on Drugs.'"
During the 1980s, David witnessed first-hand how the lives of young men and women were drastically changed as they were sentenced to decades in prison as a result of their involvement in drugs.
Later, as a professor of criminal justice and legal studies, David became convinced that the “War on Drugs” is an unsound policy and is, in fact, doing great harm to our society in many ways. As a professor, David began to notice and conduct research into how our nation’s drug policies lead to prison overcrowding and a disconnect in our social priorities. His research is what led him to LEAP. “It has become clear to me that while we fill our prisons with low-level drug offenders, the illegal drug trade, drug abuse and addiction continue in the face of the “War on Drugs.” Until drugs are legalized and addiction and abuse are treated first and foremost as public health issues, the nation will face continuing problems resulting from overcrowded criminal dockets, overcrowded prisons, deaths as a result of drug overdosing, street violence, the spread of
The War on Drugs and its impact on the U.S. Part 3.
We pick up the discussion from last week and take a closer, and possibly more personal look, at this internal struggle to control illegal substances.
There are two pieces of the pie: Supply Reduction or Demand Reduction. Which is the right approach? Which is the most effective and efficient way to fight this war? Is it doomed from the start because we are fighting to win a war, when we should fighting to win the battle?
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Tune in live to You Never Know with Donney Jackson @ 11:00AM CST, Saturday, May 9, 2013 on blogtalkradio.com/donneyjackson
Have drug dealers hit yourneighborhood? Are drug dealers just around thr corner of your house? Has the value of your house gone down? Have the police been patrolling your neighborhood? I bet not as often as they use to! Alex cardinale and I will be discussing the War On Drugs in the world and in the neighborhoods. Hear about corruption in the police force, possibly in yoir neighborhood and within the world effrort to eradicate drug cartels. Call in live at 1-347-677-1837
Tonight Chris, Mark, and Jeff are joined by Comedian/Activist N.A. Poe to discuss the failed war on drugs along with topics of the progression cannabis decriminalization & legalization. And who knows what else we'll get into, you never know with us! Tune in!
Meet Augustus Sol Invictus. He is the Libertarian Candidate running to fill Marco Rubio's Senate seat. Mr. Ivictus will discuss his campaign and his "Hot Topics" about the War on Drugs and the War on Terror.
Call-in Lines WILL be open: 646-716-7978
This week we will be interviewing Edward Forchion AKA NJ Weedman! NJ Weedman is a black man who has been through the judicial system a couple times and won! He will tell us more about his thoughts on the system and we will talk to him about jury nullification! We will also talk to Nadia Fischer from the Why Tommy Foundation and find out her thoughts about minorities and the system. We will hear from Jason Hernandez, who was in prison for 17 years because of the drug war. He was the first Latino who was recentely granted clemency by President Obama. Find out his thoughts about the war on drugs and why he feels it is a war on minorities. This show is going to be amazing, make sure you tune-in!
Regular Guests include Craig Cesal (serving life in prison), Stephanie Landa, Mindi Griffiths, Miggy 420, Tom Korby, Dr Allen and more! Our show brings the voices for you help you understand the trauma going on with those and those possess, sell or cultivate cannabis. Over 50 people are serving life sentences and have been in since the 80's. Through a series of shows, you will hear from their family members and the prisoners themselves. This show is an effort to remind the world of their sacrifices. Voices of Cannabis War is hosted by Eugene Fischer (who spent 25 years of a life sentence in federal custody for our plant) and Kristin Flor (who's father died shackled to a bed because our plant is federally illegal). It is presented to you by volunteers, Becca Nichols, Mindi Griffiths, Kristin Flor and Eugene Fischer.
Tonight we'll discuss the failed War on Drugs which has cost the american tax payer billions upon billions of dollars. It's one of the worst wastes of tax payer money in history (aside from war itself) and is a battle which allows crime to blossom and violence to erupt. It's a war over some obscure sort of reinforced authoritarian morality over mental stimulation (Beer & Tobacco; which kills a holocaust worth of folk yearly are legal. Marijuana has never killed a single human being and is illegal) and tonight we will have a no-holds barred coversation on this dicey issue. We'll attack the sacred cows of tobacco & alcohol and talk truth over the nature of narcotics in human history
Listeners are encouraged to call in. As always, we're open lines tonight.
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The war on drugs has been a total failure say leading authors and psychologists. It has cost the country almost a trillion dollars.
Dr Mike Rezz a criminal psychologist and an expert in substance abuse says by decriminalizing drugs abusers and making them pay for their drugs legally, would infact see a fall in substance abuse similar to the ending of alchol prohibiton.
Portugals drug rate fell dramatically when it decriminalized drugs and the Swiss model saw a staggering drop in crime in area's where clinics were based for addicts to buy their drugs at $10.00 a go.
Professor Ian Gilmore, former president of the conservative Royal College of Physicians has said the use of illegal drugs should be decriminalized, ‘drastically reducing crime and improving health’.
Some questions need to be answerd. Should people be criminalized for substance abuse? Who is profiteering from criminalisation and what action is being taken to prevent the 35,000 or so deaths each year from "legal" prescription drugs.
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