I'll vote for you if you can get me uk citizenship.look at portugal and how the drug use has gone way down, even in the netherlands where weed is legal not half as many people smoke it like people in england do.
legalize all drugs, i even feel that strongly about it i wanna go into politics. Maybe i am having a mid life crisis, but it worked for boris johnson so why not me?
As a card carrying member of the capital "E" Elite, I can assure you, this is not the purpose of our task forces.Exactly, I commented above before I read this post of yours.
It's a much wider picture. There is a hell of a lot of helpful, medicinal, therapeutic, healing and supportive avenues, treatments, therapies, herbs etc etc, which the Elite have a taskforce pulling strings to keep back from us, stop us being happy, comfortable, free and well.
The ideology we are talking about requires a massive overturn of power and control and redesign of the entire world.
The plug needs to be pulled first. That may actually be about to happen. We are at a remarkably crucial point in time. It really is make or break time for humanity, mostly hinged upon one very significant approaching November day.
The plug could well be pulled for the better of us all.
It could also be well and truly cemented in.
Or...everything in this world currently could end up going down the plug as happened the previous 6 timed civilisation on earth reached this point of final showdown of consciousness awakening vs consciousness suppression.
As concerns medical use, cocaine is already used medically as there isn't a vasoconstrictor that can match it. Its uncommon, but old school ENT's and ophthalmologists still use it to do nose surgery and eye surgery. I conceptualize legalization in this context more like how weed is in legal states or alcohol. Where is it grown now? I don't think consumption would rise so dramatically that you we would require significantly more acreage than is already being used. In a legal regime, there wouldn't be the environmental devastation that is seen from clandestine labs and illegal growing, so in theory it should improve the environmental situation from this. Don't get me wrong, I am someone who has experienced first hand just how destructive and addictive cocaine can be, heroin and cocaine are the only two drugs with addiction incidences above 20%, even meth is lower than 20%, around 16%-17% (meth is also prescribed legally FYI for ADHD and obesity). I think it is exactly because of how destructive it can be, and how dangerous it is that I don't think consumption would rise significantly. People are generally pretty good at evaluating risk and making choices that align with survival. Heavy cocaine use isn't one of those things. Also fun fact: in the 1890s, during America's first cocaine epidemic, the Philippines was the world's largest producer of coca used for cocaine production.Let's say we'd legalize and sell cocaine in pharmacies - where the fuck would we grow it, considering it takes around 370 kilos of coca-leaves to get one kilo of cocaine?
I disagree with you. None of my friends would buy coke from a dealer, but they would fiend if it was legal. I would definitely expect cocaine-use to skyrocket if it was as easy as buying a six-pack.I don't think consumption would rise so dramatically that you we would require significantly more acreage than is already being used.
People are generally pretty good at evaluating risk and making choices that align with survival.
Yes, use might go up initially, but when people saw the effects it had on them and others, they would stop or seriously temper their use.I disagree with you. None of my friends would buy coke from a dealer, but they would fiend if it was legal. I would definitely expect cocaine-use to skyrocket if it was as easy as buying a six-pack.
And the medical use of cocaine?
"Medicinal use of cocaine has decreased as other synthetic local anesthetics such as benzocaine, proparacaine, lidocaine, and tetracaine are now used more often"