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Wake up & smell the Ganj

Posted by fo4URm 
Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 12, 2010 08:58AM
It needs saying (apparently) the war on drugs needs to come to an end, for all that is sane in the world. I hope u all agree.

Here's a vid that's a must see on the blueprint of post legalization .

& here's a excellent podcast on Drug reform, with some tunes also...

Goatlab Radio Drugs Special

Enjoy smiling smiley
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 12, 2010 11:39AM
everything in moderation
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 12, 2010 11:43AM
excess is the bes....t
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 14, 2010 01:11PM
I guess i should put up the Tranform web link also

Transform Link

I think the world would be a much greater place right now if it wasn't for this war on drugs

Oh & bring back more social commentary like Bill Hicks



Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 14, 2010 07:14PM
The monged-out face of the guy taking mushrooms is an advert for total human annihilation.
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 15, 2010 06:48AM
Ganjina. I was thinking the other day, that stoner pussy is potentially a horribly disgusting thing.
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 15, 2010 07:52AM
No less than stoner cock.
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 15, 2010 04:38PM
What?! Given the extra oozing of ganjina fluids, I think it's the nature of the beast to be less appealing if not washed properly. Some women are scary when properly bathed, sooo...

Like if you had to choose between an extremely hardcore L.A. homeless male or female crotch to stick your face into and eat out, I bet you would choose the male. OR NOT! It's like an ultimate battle between sanitation and homophobia.
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 16, 2010 05:12PM
haha, this time I am truly lost...
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 17, 2010 04:04AM
peace omG !!
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 28, 2010 05:06PM
Saw this last night & thought of this post tongue sticking out smiley
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 31, 2010 01:27AM
Its all about the Mephadrone here atm man
thank god Salvia's staying the F out of it
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 31, 2010 04:40AM
dyuuuuude. . .
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 31, 2010 06:41PM
re Mephedrone - yesterday's headline on the local paper here was "GOVERNMENT SET TO BAN BUBBLES".. I prefer the name "miaow miaow" though.
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
March 31, 2010 10:31PM
I was reading up on Salvia, sounds nice smiling smiley I might give it a try.

Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 01, 2010 03:35AM
hhahaha, if that comments not tinged with irony it soon will be. you go do that man. ;-]

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Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 27, 2010 08:27AM
Clegg = Pro legalization?


I would like to see no war on drugs & no nukes in the budget. Makes a shedloada sense moneywise.

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Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 27, 2010 08:44AM
it's funny, the article made mention of the fact that the current lib/dem policy is to see the drugs advisory council independent from government and for it's suggestions to be followed by government. The article seems to imply that given in past, they have still pushed for pot to be classified as illegal, although with less harsh penalties as aC class drug.

What they fail to mention is that the whole reason for letting these things be decided by the advisory council, is that as a group, they have over the past years been moving in a much more liberal direction on drugs policy than either the tories or labour. The lib/dems can probably see that by this seemingly benign move that they can fundamentally shift drug law in the UK.

Well that is my reading of it.


So was this drugs thing dragged up to discredit clegg, englanders? Will it work.

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Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 27, 2010 09:14AM
I'm all 4 Clegg, he's our Obama smiling smiley but we will never get him or anything he/we want because our voting system is skewed. It was about 1/3 the vote each last time for our main 3, but labour got approx 44 seats, tories only about 5, and libdem like 3. Doesn't make sense, but only libdems want to change that, weird.

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Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 27, 2010 09:41AM
Thanks for reading btw, I wasn't trying to dis Clegg, i wana know if he means business smiling smiley I did read in the sun last night, so it was the 26th addition, the title of article "Vote Clegg, Get Brussels" or something, i can't find online. But he gave no reason why but said drug legalization is bad & getting rid of nukes/ not upgrading them = bad. It made me real mad, i think i was swearing more often, this election business is really mentally effecting me, nightmares of a tory government maybe confused smiley
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 27, 2010 09:49AM
Oh & the seats i got a lil wrong (before someone corrects me) i got those figures from memory of the tv last night, i'm not sure what they were talking about now, but what i said is still true, about a 1/3 the votes each & this is how it ended up...
Seats won at 2005 general election
Labour 355
Conservative 198
Liberal Democrat 62
Democratic Unionist 9
Scottish National Party 6
Sinn Fein 5
Plaid Cymru 3
Social Democratic & Labour Party 3
Independent 2
Ulster Unionist 1
Respect 1
Speaker 1
Total no. of seats 646
Labour majority at 2005 general election 64

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Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 27, 2010 09:57AM

Results of the United Kingdom general election, displayed in a ring chart. The inside ring shows the proportion of the vote each party got. The outside ring shows the number of seats each party got. Standard party colors from the English Wikipedia are used
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 27, 2010 10:56AM
not having a mandatory vote is a problem as well.
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 27, 2010 12:25PM
Yeh that would help, a lot of people just don't give a dam & have no clue. Which is worrying, but understandable, life's too short for this shit smiling smiley I'd like to see mandatory cannabis in Parliament, discussions with real experts. They don't seem to know/care about anything todo with debt/money, education or a lack of work. Just popularity, it makes me sick godamit! lol
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 28, 2010 03:21PM
I think we should get big votes, like the election just for changing one policy, like war on drugs, our nukes, or the war in Iraq. It would have helped there, most people were working/earning a living on protest days & every train into London was fully full of protesters, you couldn't get anymore into London to say No! So why do we have absolutely no power? From what i understand most people don't agree with everything a "party" has to offer. So isn't this the best way to understand & get what the public wants. Concentrate on solving one problem at a time, focused & when new information comes up, review.

Am i dumb?

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Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 28, 2010 03:54PM
Here's some of the parties policies on Drug Reform...
LibDem.pdf states....

3.1.4 While retaining the criminal
penalties on the statute book, we
therefore propose to issue policy
guidance that it is not in the public
interest to prosecute individuals for
possession of cannabis for their own use,
cultivation of small numbers of cannabis
plants for their own use, or social supply
of cannabis. As defined in the Runciman
report, social supply covers a member of
a small social group who supplies
another member or members of that
group believing he was acting on behalf
of the group, which shared a common
intention to use the drug for personal
consumption. It would not apply to use
in, or supply to, any group including
minors, and we would certainly expect
supply to minors to be vigorously
prosecuted. We would accompany this
by implementing the Runciman
recommendation to repeal sections 8 (c)
and (d) of the MDA, so that it would no
longer be an offence for the occupier or
manager of premises to allow
consumption (as opposed to supply) of
cannabis on their premises.
3.1.5 There is a logical argument for
legalisation of the supply chain for
cannabis. But current international legal
obligations make this impossible. We
therefore propose that, unless and until
there is international agreement to
change the UN Conventions, we go no
3.1.6 These steps would bring many
benefits, ending the huge waste of police
and court time on cannabis possession
charges, and lifting the threat of
criminalisation from many otherwise
law-abiding citizens. By permitting own
use cultivation and social supply, they
would allow cannabis users considerable
scope to acquire cannabis without
resorting to criminal pushers. This would
in turn reduce the number of people who
may become involved in harder drug use
through contact with criminal pushers
offering a range of drugs, and cut the
profits of organised crime.

3.1.7 We have given consideration to
extending the policy of non-prosecution
to supply of cannabis through specially
licensed cafes, along the lines they exist
in the Netherlands. However, we have
rejected this because we believe that
commercial supply to customers on this
basis would constitute a clear breach of
the UN Conventions incompatible with
our commitment to international legality.
The wholesale supply to the cafes
themselves would be an even more
blatant Convention infringement. These
cafes would also involve local
authorities in regulating and licensing
operations dependent on a relationship
with organised crime for their
continuation in business. We are also not
convinced that the number of users
dependent on criminal suppliers would
be substantially reduced.

In summery we would have it sorted until the UN gets it's ass into gear smiling smiley or is that wrong?
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 28, 2010 06:04PM
yes that's wrong
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 29, 2010 05:53AM
the UN !! lol.
Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 29, 2010 06:54AM
sad smiley please can you correct me, i am a lil dumb, i get things wrong a lot smiling smiley Good way to learn tho. I heard somewhere LibDems plan to change cannabis to class C & Ecstasy to class B & have no real convictions on C & B (just against criminals) only A.

I was originally against votin4any of the main 3 parties i think it's lazy (like you've been media seduced) & tactical. But until a voting reform what can we do? Bastards!

And for some reason my three main policies i care about has become, nukes/drugs & war (in that order). I think if we focus on those wastes/boosts* in/to our economy who wouldn't want to give free/generous health,education&pensions packages.

* I have said before on this thread the end to cannabis prohibition would be great & hears why...

Let the stoners heal the world with their love plan ....part 1

A lot of this assumes people will go for a pure thc pill option or something less harmful than joints if legalized.

1. Resources - being allowed/made to grow, make things (anything) from hemp
2. people have more money and better health for the economy (50%+ in prison are from drug related crimes, free up time & space for more horrible types)
3. gang and crime down..way down = less fear also (fingers crossed) less knive stabby, gun shotty pricks4all!
4. music, film and food up (hopefully so much so all is free everywhere unless xtra mega gd quality/preparedness)
5. Takes away the need for tabacco and the ouch that comes with, better4ecomony
6. More people will have to get jobs (dealers)
7. tax benefits for all.
8. better understanding for all (hopefully)
9. less drunks (hopefully seen as more shameful and wrong)
10.better drug misuse awareness
11.possible evolution benefits (we {humans} might act faster to avoid stupid deaths from climate change - oops too late)
12.more resources period..v important in development
13.better education, better information (Internet rulez)
14.co2 benefits (if people r made to grow then more so)
15.medical benefits
16.destory racism and create world peace (probably not, but 1 can dream..ban the bomb!)
17.Act now and get out of recession free!! grinning smiley

Cons...these generally only effect the weak of mind (Please avoid mating with these grinning smiley )
1. People more tranced to government evilness
2. some do become more stupefied/tranced
3. odd mental effects for few
4. paranoid delusions... of people with control could be scary, if well hidden (if u cant control paranoya u shouldnt b a stoner)

On that note tho in one of those videos up there, it tells your McCain was fuckt on Ambient or something, driving to work at 3 in the morning smiling smiley

& in one of the videos again it mentions a Gerbil experiment that proves people tend not to misuse drugs & be less violent if our society has enough room/freedom & happiness.

That was a ramble sorry..Peace

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Re: Wake up & smell the Ganj
April 29, 2010 07:07AM
( Pure THC without help from other cannabinoids is frightening, rushing, unsettling, etc. Edibles or vaporizing are the most healthy. )
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