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U.N. and DEA Agents Tell Feds To Overturn Washington State's New Marijuana Law

Our "Dear Leader" (The United Nations), along with several former U.S. DEA agents, is urging the Obama Administration to overturn Washington State's recent law (which decriminalizes personal use of marijuana).

The U.N. says THEY have the authority do to so because the new pot law breaks international treaty agreements.


I understand the former DEA agents (who rely on bad laws and federal intervention into state issues for their livelihoods), but for them to partner up with the U.N. to thumb their noses at the U.S. Constitution, is treasonous at least.

The federal government should charge every one of these DEA rats with TREASON against the citizens of the United States.

We had better get on top of this attempt to usurp STATE'S RIGHTS NOW, or down a bigger New World Order rat-hole we'll go.

For the record, I don't use pot - couldn't care less about it.

But I voted FOR this new law because the resources needed to enforce, arrest, charge and imprison people who use pot is ridiculous and hypocritical.

Case in point; I use alcohol, so who am I to tell ANYONE ELSE not to use THEIR drug of choice?

AND...How many people involved in prosecuting pot-users drink alcohol or use other drugs themselves?

Oh, I think we know.

WE THE PEOPLE of Washington State have spoken, and we don't need the U.N. (let alone ex-federal employees who should know better), to infringe on our rights as citizens of a (supposedly) sovereign state.


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Setting precedent...

...for subsequent fraud surrounding the UN gun ban treaty.

(comment repeated from a similar thread)

Saw it on the U.N. access channel


they expect to be a secret ruler of our constitution and they expect us to sit on our pricks.... pah!


A true flower can not blossom without sunlight and a true man can not live without love.

UN doesn't want states cutting into their profit margins

Drugs are probably one of the biggest imports, albeit illegal, of the United States. Because drugs are illegal in the US, they come into this country with considerably profitable results. I'm sure Mexico, Columbia, Bolivia, Afghanistan...,who rely on growing drugs for a large share of their 'unofficial' GDP, are worried that what happened in Colorado and Washington might snowball throughout the US. They can't sit idly by as their market evaporates. They are only trying to protect their economies. Sad, really.

Turning the other cheek means standing up to your oppressors when they strike you down.
We need to wake up!

Yeah, that really IS the sad reality. Who really thinks the UN

...gives a damn about what drugs people use?

Hell, they FINANCE the drug trade.


The idea that an individual owns his or her own life is anathema to the U.N.

They thrive on dependence, poverty, wars, military occupations, despots, dictators, tyrants and hate.

THAT is the docterine of the U.N.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

"WE THE PEOPLE of Washington State have spoken"

and we've been very clear: cannabis is here to stay. Now and forever.


If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Seems to me

Obama has not jumped on it because he's wanting the UN to jump on it.

I voted you up Granger, but someone voted you down.

I tend to agree that this is a possibility.

But I hope Obama does not get swayed by the pressure. To date, Holder has not done anything to overturn or interfere with our new law.

But the heat is really getting turned up by the desperate U.N. now.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

i think Obama might actually want pot legalized...

...he didn't even bat an eye when Chicago decriminalized it, and with his boy Rahm in there who let that pass, there is a growing movement and chance that the city legalizes it sooner than later, which would thus snowball through the state, and then the midwest, and then the whole country :P

We can hope that's the scenario right? lol