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    prohibition does not work in non fascist regimes

    fight the power

    legalize dont critisize




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    Yeah...
    Are you reading this Jeremy Kyle you little brown nosing do gooder ars3hole.
    God I hate that guy.

    Man: Mr kyle, we better evacuate the studio, were being nuked
    Jeremy Kyle: Well you wanna get off your backside and stop smoking the cannabis mate, get a job and support your family.

    According to him cannabis is satans doodey.

    Cloud fookin cookoo land that man.

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    that guy sounds like a douchebag who needs to get gang raped by a group of sliver back goriellas

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    the man is a f***in bottom feeder
    who profits from other peoples misery and desire to make an arse of themselves on tv for money

    gang rape is too good for the c**t
    "THE TIME HAS COME TO END PROHIBITION"

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    Lets not get off topic with that CUNT, the media is probably the most useless they have ever been at moment, we re run with propoganda and told everything we must do with explanations that dont even agree with scientific discovery, we dont listen becuase you cant when people are wrong, just promise urself that even if u get caught u start again, then they cant win whatever.




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    I see a horizon,but its still way out there,soon we will reach it.

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    good work dekay, couldn't agree more
    keep er lit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pierre View Post
    lol that i admit that was a stoner 'give me back my weed' line
    but u cant approach it in any other way now...

    if u want to do this properly join LCA
    Pierre is right join the LCA everyone. we've just voted to re-register as a political party. visit the web site www.lca-uk.org , or visit the FB page. Just to let you all know there is a pro cannabis rally being held on the 7th may at speakers corner in hyde park.

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    I hope the mods dont mind me putting that link up in the last post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenwhitewidow View Post
    I hope the mods dont mind me putting that link up in the last post.
    No mate the LCA is a fine link.




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    high all. the goverment wont legalize cannabis as they cant controll it. plain and simple. if wales get there law making powers and then dont legalize cannabis then maybe we'll see a revalotion in this fine green country. shame if it came to that but that the way there pushing us. enough is enough.

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    nice thread Dekay....

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Smith View Post
    Alcohol Vs Marijuana
    Which is more detrimental to the British public?

    (all information used is as close to government sources as I could possibly find to avoid unauthentic issues raised & questioned)


    Alcohol

    “The Strategy Unit’s analysis last year showed that alcohol-related harm is costing
    around £20bn a year,
    and that some of the harms associated with alcohol are getting
    worse.”
    Tony Blair (statement published 2004 so is with regards to 2003)
    (http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-file...olstrategy.pdf)
    (Note:This financial figure will have an offset due to the revenue tax & duty charges on imported alcohol of which as of yet I cannot find a valid government figure for.)


    In 2007, the male alcohol-related death rate was 18.1 deaths per 100,000 population, more than twice the rate for females of
    8.7 per 100,000. Males accounted for approximately two-thirds of the total number of deaths. There were 5,732 alcohol-related deaths in men and 2,992 in women. The rate of male deaths has almost doubled from 9.1 per 100,000 population in 1991
    (http://www.statistics.gov.uk/cci/nugget.asp?id=1091)

    The annual cost of alcohol misuse includes:
    • 1.2m violent incidents (around half of all violent crimes);
    • 360,000 incidents of domestic violence (around a third) which are linked to
    alcohol misuse;
    • increased anti social behaviour and fear of crime – 61% of the population perceive
    alcohol-related violence as worsening;
    • expenditure of £95m on specialist alcohol treatment;
    • over 30,000 hospital admissions for alcohol dependence syndrome;
    • up to 22,000 premature deaths per annum;
    • at peak times, up to 70% of all admissions to accident and emergency
    departments;

    • up to 1,000 suicides;
    • up to 17m working days lost through alcohol related absence;
    • between 780,000 and 1.3m children affected by parental alcohol problems; and
    • increased divorce - marriages where there are alcohol problems are twice as likely
    to end in divorce.
    ( http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-file...olstrategy.pdf)












    Marijuana


    Currently, the number of cannabis users in the UK is estimated at more than three million.
    (http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/pdfs05/hosb1605.pdf)


    Studies have varied in the methods used to detect psychotic symptoms.
    Only one study has had the statistical power to assess whether
    cannabis use precedes the onset of an illness that meets the full
    diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia.
    The Council concluded that the evidence supports a causal association
    between the use of cannabis, in adolescence, and the later development
    of schizophrenia; although the evidence for this relationship is clearly
    more complicated than when it considered this previously.
    The Council also considered that the evidence supporting a dose-response
    relationship was more persuasive than previously. The Council remains
    uncertain about whether early cannabis use, before the age of 15 years,
    is associated with an additional increased risk. Nevertheless, the
    magnitude of the effect of cannabis use on the subsequent development
    of schizophrenia does not appear to be substantial, in the population as
    a whole
    , with the cannabis preparations used during the late 1990s.
    The peak incidence of schizophrenia in males (aged 20 to 24 years) is
    approximately 15.9 per 100,000 person years, and in females (where
    the peak incidence is at age 25 to 29 years) the peak incidence is 7.5
    per 100,000 person years. Assuming that heavy users of cannabis
    have a two-fold increased risk of developing schizophrenia, based on the
    model discussed earlier, it can be estimated that the increase in
    annual risk:
    • for males (aged 20 to 24 years) would be 1 in 3,100 to 1 in 1,900;
    and
    • for females (aged 25 to 29 years) would be 1 in 9,900 to 1 in 5,300.
    (http://drugs.homeoffice.gov.uk/publi...08?view=Binary)

    (NOTE: although no Government statistics have yet been published on this website that show annual deaths relating to Marijuana consumption alone, a link between cancer and smoking in general is understood to be quite high.
    Also its worth mentioning Gordon Brown made reference to "lethal" strains of Cannabis on British streets on GMTV's morning show around the time of re-classification which contradicts having no figures or statistics to show anyone having died from what is labeled as lethal)

    (NOTE: No government figures could be found on this website detailing the cost or financial burden of Marijuana consumption alone to the British tax payer through policing measures to combat Marijuana neither any figure as to the cost to the NHS, although I understand there is some economical benefit derived from fines issued as a penalty for possession of cannabis)
    A recent publication in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences from the Scripps Research Institute in California investigated the effects of binge alcohol consumption upon the adolescent brain. Many recent studies have already demonstrated that adolescence is a time of increased vulnerability of the brain to chemical insults. Furthermore, to make this issue even more timely, binge alcohol consumption by teenagers is increasing. The neuroscientists at Scripps discovered that binge alcohol consumption is particularly injurious to a region of the brain called the hippocampus. The hippocampus plays a critical role in learning and memory. Within the hippocampus are a group of cells that continually produce new brain cells, called neurons, throughout our life. This process of cell renewal is called "neurogenesis;" whenever this process is impaired we have trouble forming new memories and we develop the symptoms of depression, to mention just two consequences.

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    think the problem is with the 24/7 stoner that run out of money then start stealing to buy there stuff....
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    Prepare for the government hypocrisy and spin to reach news heights with Sativex now granted a UK licence - it's right there on the GMPharma website. We are told that cannabis is harmful and naughty but clearly this is only if we make a decision to self-medicate outside the current laws for pleasure or pain relief, whether physical or mental.

    If however big pharma grows the plant to make a simple alcohol tincture (no clever science here), for the medical community to buy to prescribe to a patient then that's all good. The cynic in me says those with a vested interest in the profits to be made from this type of product don't want any old idiot without a labcoat and chemistry degree to be growing it. Sativex is very very expensive, but if we're now saying cannabis has clear medical applications then why not legalise?

    The state doesn't want the kids (or old blokes approaching middle age) to get high, but they do want pharma companies to make a profit and pay corporation tax. It's easy to look hip in opposition by appearing to be relaxed about it but political expediency always prompts a hasty reversal after an election is won.

    In summary, BAWS!!

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    I've just created a hybrid between big pharma and the auto industry.

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    The gw pharma site lists a huge number of medical conditions which cannabis can relieve (and that is now official, so any government official who now says that cannabis has zero medicinal value will now be speaking out against gw pharma)

    Hypocritical cunts the lot of them. Man, I have never been so angry in my life as the past few weeks.

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    Exactly!! Will it stop them? Certainly not.

    It's also doubtful that they would ever be challenged by a journalist citing the GW Pharma example. I too quiver with impotent rage at the ocean of bullshit we have our heads collectively dunked in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pierre View Post
    the biggest arguement against weed is that it can bring out underlying mental health problems if u smoke as much as u possibly can
    that goes on everythnik buddy sorry i eat to much sugar i will get mental issues same as most things even fruit if i eat to much bananas i will get undiered health problem....

    just smoke 5 js a day ;P

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