Tag Archives: war on drugs

Responses

I hear that the President of Philippines has struck back & ‘promised’ daily executions, in the Drug war.. that he obviously has no intention of stepping back from ! The report said that under previous Presidents, their country had effectively … Continue reading

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Mr President.. murderer

I see on Al Jazeera, that the new President of Philippines has proudly announced, that when he was Mayor of Davao city, he rode around on a motorcycle, ‘looking for trouble & dealing with criminals’.. esp. Drug Dealers/users. This included … Continue reading

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Proposition 64

I heard discussion (Independent USA media; ‘DemocracyNow’) on the upcoming ballots, that will run in 35 USA states plus D.C. (on their federal election day: 8 November), 9 states will include Prop. 64, to further ‘relax’ prohibition of cannabis (aka … Continue reading

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Clear message

I watched a documentary last evening, titled: ‘How to make money selling Drugs’ (made in USA).. it highlighted the majority of issues around the WAR on Drugs & all the misinformation around it: 1) the massive black-market that has arisen … Continue reading

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The Unwinnable War

The longer it goes on, the more it seems obvious that the WAR on DRUGS is totally unwinnable. I base this on the following issues : 1) it’s not actually a WAR on Drugs.. BUT a WAR on people, who … Continue reading

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Ongoing War

Today Australians, Kiwis, Turks & others remember the ANZAC Gallipoli campaign in 1915 during WW1.. BUT I think it only fitting that many of us remember all those who have fallen or suffered in the ‘Ongoing WAR on Drugs’.. maybe … Continue reading

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UNGASS week

UN General Assembly, Special Session to review Int’l Drug policy begins tomorrow.. 19-21 April (UNGASS) in New York. Whilst the word from NZ politicians is a ‘very softly, softly’ approach (with likely little or no real change).. I read & … Continue reading

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