Those are some of the wisest words I've ever seen on the Arrse Website, and slap bang in the middle of a shitty, gratuitous thread.
I seem to remember the US administration courting Central American drug-dealers during the Reagan years (not kicking them in the face) because it served their sick, selfish underhand agenda. All drugs should be decriminalised or legalised tomorrow, like alcohol - but I suppose if that were to happen, it might undermine certain governments. How could the CIA hijack the drug market for its own ends and continue to launder sackloads of dirty dollars?
am i the only one who feels sorry for the alligator? The residual shite in his veins would probably kill the poor animal. Isn't there a more humane method of disposing of them? Like pay-per-view death matches
Legalising something that isnât good for the health isnât big and isnât clever. We already have tobacco and alcohol but why open another can of worms and expense for the Global sorry, National Health Service? Legalising drugs, increased availability, the feckless decide to give it a try because it's 'safer' and legal, get hooked equals more addicts. Junkies would still rob/kill for a fix legal or otherwise, something alcoholics donât do a lot of (as opposed to drunken berserkers).
I have no problem with someoneâs cannabis plant in the greenhouse for personal/restricted consumption or officially sanctioned 'herbal' remedies for the relief of pain. Small scale operation, unlikely to have the late Pablo Escobarâs heirs paying a visit to the legal competition.