Category Archives: CANADA

VINTAGE PROPAGANDA AND TRUTH… Themes in Chemical Prohibition: Sec 5 – The Drug News Bot

VINTAGE PROPAGANDA AND TRUTH Source: Themes in Chemical Prohibition: sec 5 – Drug News Bot NIDA: Themes in Chemical Prohibition, William L. White, 1979 http://www.druglibrary.org/schaffer/History/ticp.html 5. The Drug Is Associated with the Moral Corruption of the Young, Particularly Their Sexual Corruption “You’re in paradise until the blast wears off and you’ve got to face reality again: you’re hooked, chained, a teenage dope addict.” Chemicals have long been inextricably linked in prohibitionist literature with the sexual corruption of young people. Joan. Fran. Rauch attacked chocolate in…

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WATCH – Damage Done: The Drug War Odyssey – Documentary Video

“Meet a group of maverick cops – and former cops – who have put in decades fighting the war on drugs. They may be libertarians, Republicans, socialists or evangelical Christians, but they all believe strongly that drug prohibition is a terrible mistake and that all illicit drugs should be in the hands of government, not under the control of criminals. John Gayder, a currently employed constable with nearly 20 years experience, is our guide to the world of pro-legalization cops. Among this group is the…

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Lawyer answers 5 most common questions about Canada’s impaired driving law changes – Cannabis Life Network

On December 18, 2018, impaired driving laws in this country underwent a massive overhaul. Lawyer Sarah Leamon answers the 5 most common questions about changes to Canada’s impaired driving laws. 1. How have impaired driving laws changed? 2. Why have the impaired driving laws changed? 3. Does this mean that it is zero tolerance for alcohol and driving? 4. Can I refuse to provide a breath sample? 5. What can I do to protect myself against an unreasonable demand for a breath sample? Featured image…

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Cannabis referendum: NZ must be wary of replacing one ‘Reefer Madness’ with another – The Listener

With 40 states in the US yet to legalise cannabis, the industry is spending big money to promote the drug. Anyone who dares express reservations about the growing momentum to liberalise recreational cannabis use in New Zealand is apt to be directed to one of the substance’s most revered and celebrated enthusiasts. “Lively up yo’self and don’t be no drag,” sang Bob Marley in a reggae anthem that sums up the zeitgeist. The current criminalisation of cannabis has few defenders, either for its effectiveness in…

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The Trudeau Deception – His stance on legal marijuana

“Federal Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau is a neo-conservative with better public relations than his counterpart Stephen Harper…. In fact, aside from his stance on legal marijuana, there is essentially no difference between him and Harper…The only thing that separates Trudeau from the other candidates is his stance on legalization. But what Trudeau is advocating is not the end of prohibition, it’s just a different version of it.” – Dan Dicks https://youtu.be/RmZtjiHCY0s

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Pot smokers feel ‘cheated’ by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Recreational marijuana users who worked hard to elect Prime Minister Justin Trudeau now feel “cheated” by his support of a police crackdown on storefront dispensaries, a cannabis industry spokesperson says. Abi Roach, a director with the Cannabis Friendly Business Association, said marijuana consumers helped the federal Liberals gain a majority government based on an expectation that he would allow small businesses to sell weed legally to recreational users. Trudeau has promised to introduce legislation designed to legalize pot in the spring. The crackdown that has…

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