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UN to Obama Administration: Punish Washington and Colorado for Undermining Global Drug War

UN to Obama Administration: Punish Washington and Colorado for Undermining Global Drug War

Posted by William Grigg
November 20, 2012 04:23 PM

"Local" police prosecute the UN-centered "War on Drugs" in Wilson, North Carolina

The “war on drugs” didn’t begin with Richard Nixon. It is an outgrowth of a 1961 United Nations document called the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, which created the framework for a global drug prohibition jihad.

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Big E

Have a look at this article:

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It's all about money.

Illegal drugs are a huge revenue for all who have their fingers in that coffer. Has nothing to do with any altruistic efforts.

So state rights mean nothing...the UN (shadow gov?) is the law maker and enforcer? Guess so...

The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
Ron Paul - The Revolution

Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

table sugar can kill

table sugar can kill diabetics if they eat too much at once, maybe we should regulate sugar "for the good of everyone". after all, you don't *need" sugar to survive, you can get energy from other sources; it is also quite addictive, look at all of the overweight people drinking sodas 24/7. the funny thing is, sugar has caused more deaths than cannabis. heck, even drinking too much WATER has caused more deaths.

I don't get that message

the message I get is that the war on drugs is global, and people are dying globally from the US involvement, which many wonder, why the USA does not do something about their own problem?

I think this is a great conversation, because I also believe that cannabis is a ticket into freedom, and it's wonderful if we can do that globally while working on this issue locally.