MSG To The Government – RE: The Public Are Aware That You Have Been Purposely Deceiving Us For 70 Years!

Dear Public Servants, the Government of The United Kingdom,

I write to inform you that we, the public of Great Britain, are growing ever more aware of the fact that successive governments have been purposely deceiving us regarding the prohibition of cannabis for approximately 70 years.

We are aware of the racist, unethical, immoral, unjust, unlawful and wholly discriminate propaganda that revolves around the entire issue of the state's attempt to hood-wink society. Almost every conceivable prejudice has been thrown at the issue, no matter how absurd, in an attempt for the state to protect the lie. Such illogical maintenance of the lie continues to this day and we, your electorate, are fully aware of your futile attempts to keep your necks above the waters of public knowledge. It is a dangerous situation to have the electorate over-take it's government in this manner.

The Internet is alive with overwhelming evidence to counter each and every one of the state's unsubstantiated claims against cannabis. Such evidence has also been provided by your electorate here on this website and under this topic. The "free" citizen is easily able to research evidence that will acknowledge that, indeed, they are trusting an untrustworthy government.

We, the people and your electorate, demand that you immediately cease lying to us and begin a process of reconciliation with your electorate so that we may once again be able to trust the people that we elect. We demand an apology and an admission of complicity in the corrupt deceit of society. We also demand an immediate repeal of cannabis prohibition and it's full legalisation.

An open lie cannot be upheld! The State has been found out! WE KNOW!!! Continuation of such deceit of the public in the face of overwhelming and publicly accessible evidence to the contrary will simply result in an ever diminishing respect, confidence and trust of the state by the electorate. The lie simply cannot be maintained.

Yours sincerely,

Rationalist.

Why is this idea important?

Dear Public Servants, the Government of The United Kingdom,

I write to inform you that we, the public of Great Britain, are growing ever more aware of the fact that successive governments have been purposely deceiving us regarding the prohibition of cannabis for approximately 70 years.

We are aware of the racist, unethical, immoral, unjust, unlawful and wholly discriminate propaganda that revolves around the entire issue of the state's attempt to hood-wink society. Almost every conceivable prejudice has been thrown at the issue, no matter how absurd, in an attempt for the state to protect the lie. Such illogical maintenance of the lie continues to this day and we, your electorate, are fully aware of your futile attempts to keep your necks above the waters of public knowledge. It is a dangerous situation to have the electorate over-take it's government in this manner.

The Internet is alive with overwhelming evidence to counter each and every one of the state's unsubstantiated claims against cannabis. Such evidence has also been provided by your electorate here on this website and under this topic. The "free" citizen is easily able to research evidence that will acknowledge that, indeed, they are trusting an untrustworthy government.

We, the people and your electorate, demand that you immediately cease lying to us and begin a process of reconciliation with your electorate so that we may once again be able to trust the people that we elect. We demand an apology and an admission of complicity in the corrupt deceit of society. We also demand an immediate repeal of cannabis prohibition and it's full legalisation.

An open lie cannot be upheld! The State has been found out! WE KNOW!!! Continuation of such deceit of the public in the face of overwhelming and publicly accessible evidence to the contrary will simply result in an ever diminishing respect, confidence and trust of the state by the electorate. The lie simply cannot be maintained.

Yours sincerely,

Rationalist.

Video’s in support of legalisation of cannabis and drugs.

The idea here is to give people easy access to some video's that are based in scientific fact and public opinion. Please view the video's in order to better acquaint yourself with the facts of the issue at hand:

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Why is this idea important?

The idea here is to give people easy access to some video's that are based in scientific fact and public opinion. Please view the video's in order to better acquaint yourself with the facts of the issue at hand:

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Review of Prohibition

Just two things:–

1. The prohibition of drugs has been a complete failure and actually causes more damage.

2. We need to review all drugs, including tobacco, alcohol, caffeine, legal highs and illegal use of prescription-only medicines, on a level playing field with no preconceptions.

I would expect our liberal (?) government to set up a review as soon as possible with a view to making recommendations on a comprehensive reform of legislation on drug use and supply.  But perhaps they are too conservative(?) for this?

Think of the extra tax revenue we could raise during the recession!

Why is this idea important?

Just two things:–

1. The prohibition of drugs has been a complete failure and actually causes more damage.

2. We need to review all drugs, including tobacco, alcohol, caffeine, legal highs and illegal use of prescription-only medicines, on a level playing field with no preconceptions.

I would expect our liberal (?) government to set up a review as soon as possible with a view to making recommendations on a comprehensive reform of legislation on drug use and supply.  But perhaps they are too conservative(?) for this?

Think of the extra tax revenue we could raise during the recession!

Make cannabis a controlled drug – legalise and regulate it

Cannabis is not a controlled drug, despite what politicians and police may tell you. A substance cannot be said to be "controlled" unless the trade in that substance is controlled.

Prohibition – the policy applied to cannabis – makes any control of the trade impossible because:

1: We have no idea who sells cannabis
2: We have no idea where cannabis is sold from
3: We have no way to control what is sold in terms of strength, purity or – and this is perhaps the most important aspect – type; different types or strains of cannabis contain different ratios of THC and CBD which may be very important if the claims of a link to mental ill-health are true.
4: There can be no restriction on the trade such as age limits
5: Dealers often don’t know what they’re selling – the only qualification needed to be a dealer is unaccountability.

In addition we can't even study the user group. Because the use of cannabis is illegal there is no way to take valid statistical measurements of the consumers or of what they are buying. This is why the move from imported hash to so-called "skunk" went unnoticed for 10 years by the authorities who claim to be in control.

Why is this idea important?

Cannabis is not a controlled drug, despite what politicians and police may tell you. A substance cannot be said to be "controlled" unless the trade in that substance is controlled.

Prohibition – the policy applied to cannabis – makes any control of the trade impossible because:

1: We have no idea who sells cannabis
2: We have no idea where cannabis is sold from
3: We have no way to control what is sold in terms of strength, purity or – and this is perhaps the most important aspect – type; different types or strains of cannabis contain different ratios of THC and CBD which may be very important if the claims of a link to mental ill-health are true.
4: There can be no restriction on the trade such as age limits
5: Dealers often don’t know what they’re selling – the only qualification needed to be a dealer is unaccountability.

In addition we can't even study the user group. Because the use of cannabis is illegal there is no way to take valid statistical measurements of the consumers or of what they are buying. This is why the move from imported hash to so-called "skunk" went unnoticed for 10 years by the authorities who claim to be in control.

Make cannabis a controlled drug – legalise and regulate it

Cannabis is not a controlled drug, despite what politicians and police may tell you. A substance cannot be said to be "controlled" unless the trade in that substance is controlled.

Prohibition – the policy applied to cannabis – makes any control of the trade impossible because:

1: We have no idea who sells cannabis
2: We have no idea where cannabis is sold from
3: We have no way to control what is sold in terms of strength, purity or – and this is perhaps the most important aspect – type; different types or strains of cannabis contain different ratios of THC and CBD which may be very important if the claims of a link to mental ill-health are true.
4: There can be no restriction on the trade such as age limits
5: Dealers often don’t know what they’re selling – the only qualification needed to be a dealer is unaccountability.

In addition we can't even study the user group. Because the use of cannabis is illegal there is no way to take valid statistical measurements of the consumers or of what they are buying. This is why the move from imported hash to so-called "skunk" went unnoticed for 10 years by the authorities who claim to be in control.

Why is this idea important?

Cannabis is not a controlled drug, despite what politicians and police may tell you. A substance cannot be said to be "controlled" unless the trade in that substance is controlled.

Prohibition – the policy applied to cannabis – makes any control of the trade impossible because:

1: We have no idea who sells cannabis
2: We have no idea where cannabis is sold from
3: We have no way to control what is sold in terms of strength, purity or – and this is perhaps the most important aspect – type; different types or strains of cannabis contain different ratios of THC and CBD which may be very important if the claims of a link to mental ill-health are true.
4: There can be no restriction on the trade such as age limits
5: Dealers often don’t know what they’re selling – the only qualification needed to be a dealer is unaccountability.

In addition we can't even study the user group. Because the use of cannabis is illegal there is no way to take valid statistical measurements of the consumers or of what they are buying. This is why the move from imported hash to so-called "skunk" went unnoticed for 10 years by the authorities who claim to be in control.

Make cannabis a controlled drug – legalise and regulate it

Cannabis is not a controlled drug, despite what politicians and police may tell you. A substance cannot be said to be "controlled" unless the trade in that substance is controlled.

Prohibition – the policy applied to cannabis – makes any control of the trade impossible because:

1: We have no idea who sells cannabis
2: We have no idea where cannabis is sold from
3: We have no way to control what is sold in terms of strength, purity or – and this is perhaps the most important aspect – type; different types or strains of cannabis contain different ratios of THC and CBD which may be very important if the claims of a link to mental ill-health are true.
4: There can be no restriction on the trade such as age limits
5: Dealers often don’t know what they’re selling – the only qualification needed to be a dealer is unaccountability.

In addition we can't even study the user group. Because the use of cannabis is illegal there is no way to take valid statistical measurements of the consumers or of what they are buying. This is why the move from imported hash to so-called "skunk" went unnoticed for 10 years by the authorities who claim to be in control.

Why is this idea important?

Cannabis is not a controlled drug, despite what politicians and police may tell you. A substance cannot be said to be "controlled" unless the trade in that substance is controlled.

Prohibition – the policy applied to cannabis – makes any control of the trade impossible because:

1: We have no idea who sells cannabis
2: We have no idea where cannabis is sold from
3: We have no way to control what is sold in terms of strength, purity or – and this is perhaps the most important aspect – type; different types or strains of cannabis contain different ratios of THC and CBD which may be very important if the claims of a link to mental ill-health are true.
4: There can be no restriction on the trade such as age limits
5: Dealers often don’t know what they’re selling – the only qualification needed to be a dealer is unaccountability.

In addition we can't even study the user group. Because the use of cannabis is illegal there is no way to take valid statistical measurements of the consumers or of what they are buying. This is why the move from imported hash to so-called "skunk" went unnoticed for 10 years by the authorities who claim to be in control.