The Rational Triumvirate! Regulate – Educate – Revenue Generate (Legalise Cannabis/NHS Heroin/Decriminalised Possession of All Drugs)

The pursuit of liberty, deficit reduction and a safer society along the way…

Cannabis represents a massive commercial opportunity that up to now has only been available to organised crime. The jobs and tax revenues that would stem from a cafe culture would be a welcome addition to the legal economy, and by definition would be taking money and jobs from the criminal underworld.

Heroin is the most damaging of the illegal drugs. Registering addicts and giving them free heroin in clinics along with clean needles, safe doses and therapy, offers the best value for all of society. A vast amount of the theft and burglary in this country is due to acquisitive crime to fund a heroin addiction. This would virtually disappear with NHS heroin clinics.

We are currently in control (a bit) of the largest heroin producing nation in the world. Perhaps us purchasing the good from the farmers rather than the war lords might go some way to creating some jobs and stability in Afghanistan. There is also a global shortage of medical morphine which would represent a decent export for the country.

Decriminalising possession for personal use of all illegal drugs is simply an attempt to reduce our prison population and free the police from the burden of dealing with such a prevalent, yet victimless crime. It is a liberal and realistic approach to a problem that is not going to go away.

Why is this idea important?

The pursuit of liberty, deficit reduction and a safer society along the way…

Cannabis represents a massive commercial opportunity that up to now has only been available to organised crime. The jobs and tax revenues that would stem from a cafe culture would be a welcome addition to the legal economy, and by definition would be taking money and jobs from the criminal underworld.

Heroin is the most damaging of the illegal drugs. Registering addicts and giving them free heroin in clinics along with clean needles, safe doses and therapy, offers the best value for all of society. A vast amount of the theft and burglary in this country is due to acquisitive crime to fund a heroin addiction. This would virtually disappear with NHS heroin clinics.

We are currently in control (a bit) of the largest heroin producing nation in the world. Perhaps us purchasing the good from the farmers rather than the war lords might go some way to creating some jobs and stability in Afghanistan. There is also a global shortage of medical morphine which would represent a decent export for the country.

Decriminalising possession for personal use of all illegal drugs is simply an attempt to reduce our prison population and free the police from the burden of dealing with such a prevalent, yet victimless crime. It is a liberal and realistic approach to a problem that is not going to go away.

Declassification of Psilocybin & Psilocin producing fungi (Magic Mushrooms)

 

Clearly magic mushrooms are a mind altering drug and so should not be abused or misused, just like alcohol should not and that's why there are many laws surrounding alcohol. Similar laws should be in place with magic mushrooms. Just like with alcohol there should be a minimum age for consumption, for example 18 years, to purchase or consume them. Just as with alcohol, only shops licenced to do so, should be allowed, protecting the consumer, and helping to fund the government in fighting real crime.

Mushrooms should also be grown solely by licenced growers who's premises are checked to ensure they are being grown in conditions without potentially harmful contaminants and that only licenced species of mushroom are being sold.

finally, they should come with warnings and education, just as with alcohol. Warnings for the side effects, people who should not consume them, how they should be taken and situations it might be unsafe etc.

 If all these measures were put into place, the government could have complete control of the situation, taking it out of the hands of criminals, educating people of the risks rather than ignoring them and allowing individuals to continue a practice that has gone on for over 11,000 years

Why is this idea important?

 

Clearly magic mushrooms are a mind altering drug and so should not be abused or misused, just like alcohol should not and that's why there are many laws surrounding alcohol. Similar laws should be in place with magic mushrooms. Just like with alcohol there should be a minimum age for consumption, for example 18 years, to purchase or consume them. Just as with alcohol, only shops licenced to do so, should be allowed, protecting the consumer, and helping to fund the government in fighting real crime.

Mushrooms should also be grown solely by licenced growers who's premises are checked to ensure they are being grown in conditions without potentially harmful contaminants and that only licenced species of mushroom are being sold.

finally, they should come with warnings and education, just as with alcohol. Warnings for the side effects, people who should not consume them, how they should be taken and situations it might be unsafe etc.

 If all these measures were put into place, the government could have complete control of the situation, taking it out of the hands of criminals, educating people of the risks rather than ignoring them and allowing individuals to continue a practice that has gone on for over 11,000 years

Men Seeking Prostitutes are Not Criminals; Protect Them

The suggestion that men who seek prostitutes are criminals is evil spin. It serves no one but those seeking to expand their power base. Customers are ordinary men who want sex outside of their current relationship(s) or who simply lack the seduction skills to start a relationship.

Proposals to criminalise men seeking prostitiutes are based on the feminist lie that prostitutes are exploited women. While this is no doubt true in a small minority of cases it is far from true generally. Women who enter prostitution do so because it is very lucrative. They can earn a 4-figure sum daily. A sum that's untaxed. (Is this really exploitation?)

But I would go further. Common practice amongst prostitutes and pimps is take the customer's money and not deliver the sex he has paid for. Pimps — often gangsters — threaten him with violence.

This is clear extortion. It is robbery. It should be regarded as a crime. A customer should not fear that legal authorities would turn away from him if this situation arose — let alone arrest him after being robbed in this topsy-turvy world of feminism.

Why is this idea important?

The suggestion that men who seek prostitutes are criminals is evil spin. It serves no one but those seeking to expand their power base. Customers are ordinary men who want sex outside of their current relationship(s) or who simply lack the seduction skills to start a relationship.

Proposals to criminalise men seeking prostitiutes are based on the feminist lie that prostitutes are exploited women. While this is no doubt true in a small minority of cases it is far from true generally. Women who enter prostitution do so because it is very lucrative. They can earn a 4-figure sum daily. A sum that's untaxed. (Is this really exploitation?)

But I would go further. Common practice amongst prostitutes and pimps is take the customer's money and not deliver the sex he has paid for. Pimps — often gangsters — threaten him with violence.

This is clear extortion. It is robbery. It should be regarded as a crime. A customer should not fear that legal authorities would turn away from him if this situation arose — let alone arrest him after being robbed in this topsy-turvy world of feminism.

De-criminlaise drugs

A huge amount of crime is being fuelled by the criminalisation of drug-taking.  The current laws are the modern-day equivalent of the Prohibition, and are spawning an international and national criminal mafia on an even bigger scale, costing huge sums of money in terms of policing, imprisonment, as well as human misery.  Properly-regulated sale of drugs would solve all these problems.

Why is this idea important?

A huge amount of crime is being fuelled by the criminalisation of drug-taking.  The current laws are the modern-day equivalent of the Prohibition, and are spawning an international and national criminal mafia on an even bigger scale, costing huge sums of money in terms of policing, imprisonment, as well as human misery.  Properly-regulated sale of drugs would solve all these problems.

Revoke prison sentence for church feats.

According to my sources the previous administration made it illegal to hold a church feat without a license. They also introduced a two year prison sentence for the same.

It is one of their 5000 new criminal offenses. If this law still exists it should be struck down at once.

Why is this idea important?

According to my sources the previous administration made it illegal to hold a church feat without a license. They also introduced a two year prison sentence for the same.

It is one of their 5000 new criminal offenses. If this law still exists it should be struck down at once.

Repeal of drug prohibition laws.

Control and regulate the distribution and sale of all recreational drugs. Accept the inevitability of recreational drug use and the failure of prohibition. Make drug use (including nicotine and alcohol) safer for everyone, both the user and society in general.

 

The logic for repealing drug prohibition laws is overwhelming and unassailable. Why are some drugs such as alcohol and nicotine perfectly legal whilst other less harmful drugs, such as cannabis and MDMA, illegal? It makes no sense why so much time, money and effort goes into criminalising people who seek alternative and safer forms of intoxication. It makes no sense why criminal gangs are given a near monopoly on one of the most lucrative industries in the world. It also makes no sense why two of the most toxic drugs, alcohol and nicotine, can be marketed and advertised to children.

 

Drug prohibition makes no sense. Our current form of selective drug prohibition makes even less sense. Educate people honestly about drugs and their various effects and then allow them to make their own decisions. Surely this is a basic and obvious human right.

Why is this idea important?

Control and regulate the distribution and sale of all recreational drugs. Accept the inevitability of recreational drug use and the failure of prohibition. Make drug use (including nicotine and alcohol) safer for everyone, both the user and society in general.

 

The logic for repealing drug prohibition laws is overwhelming and unassailable. Why are some drugs such as alcohol and nicotine perfectly legal whilst other less harmful drugs, such as cannabis and MDMA, illegal? It makes no sense why so much time, money and effort goes into criminalising people who seek alternative and safer forms of intoxication. It makes no sense why criminal gangs are given a near monopoly on one of the most lucrative industries in the world. It also makes no sense why two of the most toxic drugs, alcohol and nicotine, can be marketed and advertised to children.

 

Drug prohibition makes no sense. Our current form of selective drug prohibition makes even less sense. Educate people honestly about drugs and their various effects and then allow them to make their own decisions. Surely this is a basic and obvious human right.