Fishy smell leads police to stash of cannabis resin

Echo: Cannabis resin like this was found Cannabis resin like this was found

SOMETHING fishy led police to uncover a massive stash of drugs in Laindon.

Officers were called to Hornsby Square, at the Southfields Business Park,  after traders reported “a fishy smell” coming from a unit.

When they gained entry to the lock-up they discovered 3,000 playing- card shaped packets of cannabis resin.

Essex Police have launched an investigation to track down the drug dealers who stashed the hoard.

A business owner close to the site, said he was shocked at the find.

He said: “We saw police at the unit last week.

“They were there most of the day, unloading something.

“We certainly don’t want anything like that going on around here.”

Anyone with information can call DI Henderson on 101.

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6:05pm Mon 9 Dec 13

InTheKnowOk says...

Great news!
Great news! InTheKnowOk

6:05pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Howard Cháse says...

More unhappy newd for the local tokers hoping to stock up before chrimbo.

There will be a big drought on ....
More unhappy newd for the local tokers hoping to stock up before chrimbo. There will be a big drought on .... Howard Cháse

6:13pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

A mere drop in the ocean, there is so much of this around that it is still the same price now as it was over 30 years ago,

.
A mere drop in the ocean, there is so much of this around that it is still the same price now as it was over 30 years ago, . Fred the Phoenix

6:14pm Mon 9 Dec 13

bee.man says...

yeah man , didnt think anyone smoked poo bar anymore.
yeah man , didnt think anyone smoked poo bar anymore. bee.man

7:54pm Mon 9 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority"

and.....

Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?”

http://veyeral.com/p
rofessor-alex-kreit-
asks-why-are-so-many
-violent-criminals-w
alking-free/

Watch the link above and you will find out....

PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME sensiblelos

9:28pm Mon 9 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me jack burrows
our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me jack burrows profondo asbo

1:32am Tue 10 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority"

and.....

Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?”

http://veyeral.com/p

rofessor-alex-kreit-

asks-why-are-so-many

-violent-criminals-w

alking-free/

Watch the link above and you will find out....

PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
Have you managed to find out when those studies you mentioned on the other thread were published?
http://www.thenorthe
rnecho.co.uk/news/na
tional/news/10836237
.Legal_cannabis__sho
uld_be_option_/
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]Have you managed to find out when those studies you mentioned on the other thread were published? http://www.thenorthe rnecho.co.uk/news/na tional/news/10836237 .Legal_cannabis__sho uld_be_option_/ Dr Martin

8:05am Tue 10 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT
ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks sensiblelos

8:55am Tue 10 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT

ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Do you think given the option of buying weed that is taxed from a regulated source (i.e Chemist/pharmacist) or tax free from the illegal dealer, where do you think they will go?

BTW still waiting for the publication dates of those studies
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Do you think given the option of buying weed that is taxed from a regulated source (i.e Chemist/pharmacist) or tax free from the illegal dealer, where do you think they will go? BTW still waiting for the publication dates of those studies Dr Martin

9:07am Tue 10 Dec 13

Blind Haze says...

sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT

ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime. Blind Haze

9:09am Tue 10 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

sensiblelos wrote:
So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority"

and.....

Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?”

http://veyeral.com/p

rofessor-alex-kreit-

asks-why-are-so-many

-violent-criminals-w

alking-free/

Watch the link above and you will find out....

PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
interesting to note the de facto position of the police

http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w
alking-free/

Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no..... sensiblelos

9:41am Tue 10 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT


ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Do you think given the option of buying weed that is taxed from a regulated source (i.e Chemist/pharmacist) or tax free from the illegal dealer, where do you think they will go?

BTW still waiting for the publication dates of those studies
I'm sure the American prohibitionists used the same arguements but what has happened? Is everyone in the US drinking illegal hooch? I think not.
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Do you think given the option of buying weed that is taxed from a regulated source (i.e Chemist/pharmacist) or tax free from the illegal dealer, where do you think they will go? BTW still waiting for the publication dates of those studies[/p][/quote]I'm sure the American prohibitionists used the same arguements but what has happened? Is everyone in the US drinking illegal hooch? I think not. Fred the Phoenix

10:20am Tue 10 Dec 13

Nowthatsworthknowing says...

FANTASTIC NEWS, someones going to have a Happy Happy Christmas, running and hiding from the Druggie Dealer Scumbags, No the Hell , no the hell...
FANTASTIC NEWS, someones going to have a Happy Happy Christmas, running and hiding from the Druggie Dealer Scumbags, No the Hell , no the hell... Nowthatsworthknowing

10:45am Tue 10 Dec 13

leedthered79 says...

It was stashed cos no1 buys that **** anymore lol prob been there 15 years hahaha lol hahaha
It was stashed cos no1 buys that **** anymore lol prob been there 15 years hahaha lol hahaha leedthered79

11:27am Tue 10 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT


ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
[quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!! Fred the Phoenix

11:53am Tue 10 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT



ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
err like with tobacco and alcohol??
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]err like with tobacco and alcohol?? profondo asbo

12:16pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT




ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
err like with tobacco and alcohol??
I think you will find that the vast majority of alcohol and tobacco is purchased legally, I don't know if you know this but even the supermarkets sell tobacco and alcohol now?
.
Leedthered79 has a very good point, that doesn't look like good weed, it looks like the rubbish the criminals were peddling decades ago, mostly henna mixed with ketamine, horrible stuff, but that's what the criminals will do and that is why given an official source of weed with good quality controls I am sure that most people would choose to buy that rather than poor quality stuff like this.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]err like with tobacco and alcohol??[/p][/quote]I think you will find that the vast majority of alcohol and tobacco is purchased legally, I don't know if you know this but even the supermarkets sell tobacco and alcohol now? . Leedthered79 has a very good point, that doesn't look like good weed, it looks like the rubbish the criminals were peddling decades ago, mostly henna mixed with ketamine, horrible stuff, but that's what the criminals will do and that is why given an official source of weed with good quality controls I am sure that most people would choose to buy that rather than poor quality stuff like this. Fred the Phoenix

12:51pm Tue 10 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT





ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
err like with tobacco and alcohol??
I think you will find that the vast majority of alcohol and tobacco is purchased legally, I don't know if you know this but even the supermarkets sell tobacco and alcohol now?
.
Leedthered79 has a very good point, that doesn't look like good weed, it looks like the rubbish the criminals were peddling decades ago, mostly henna mixed with ketamine, horrible stuff, but that's what the criminals will do and that is why given an official source of weed with good quality controls I am sure that most people would choose to buy that rather than poor quality stuff like this.
you did ask....

http://www.theguardi
an.com/uk/2009/sep/0
6/cigarette-smugglin
g-uk-organised-crime
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]err like with tobacco and alcohol??[/p][/quote]I think you will find that the vast majority of alcohol and tobacco is purchased legally, I don't know if you know this but even the supermarkets sell tobacco and alcohol now? . Leedthered79 has a very good point, that doesn't look like good weed, it looks like the rubbish the criminals were peddling decades ago, mostly henna mixed with ketamine, horrible stuff, but that's what the criminals will do and that is why given an official source of weed with good quality controls I am sure that most people would choose to buy that rather than poor quality stuff like this.[/p][/quote]you did ask.... http://www.theguardi an.com/uk/2009/sep/0 6/cigarette-smugglin g-uk-organised-crime profondo asbo

1:14pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

Yes we know there is some criminal activity but the vast majority of tobacco and alcohol is purchased legally, do pay attention.
Yes we know there is some criminal activity but the vast majority of tobacco and alcohol is purchased legally, do pay attention. Fred the Phoenix

2:03pm Tue 10 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

http://www.dailymail
.co.uk/news/article-
2095829/Seizures-cou
nterfeit-alcohol-inc
rease-fivefold-years
-criminals-target-lu
crative-market.html
http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2095829/Seizures-cou nterfeit-alcohol-inc rease-fivefold-years -criminals-target-lu crative-market.html profondo asbo

2:18pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Blind Haze says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT



ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society?

Nice plan.
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society? Nice plan. Blind Haze

2:30pm Tue 10 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Blind Haze wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT




ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society?

Nice plan.
haha. not only that - you have to go further. it must all be unregulated, untaxed and have no duty payable on it. if any of those things exist there is scope for criminal activity.
[quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society? Nice plan.[/p][/quote]haha. not only that - you have to go further. it must all be unregulated, untaxed and have no duty payable on it. if any of those things exist there is scope for criminal activity. profondo asbo

4:45pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Yes we know there is some criminal activity but the vast majority of tobacco and alcohol is purchased legally, do pay attention.
I think £3 billion (estimation) in lost revenue is a lot of money, and a lot of fags and booze.

http://www.publicati
ons.parliament.uk/pa
/cm201212/cmhansrd/c
m120327/halltext/120
327h0001.htm
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: Yes we know there is some criminal activity but the vast majority of tobacco and alcohol is purchased legally, do pay attention.[/p][/quote]I think £3 billion (estimation) in lost revenue is a lot of money, and a lot of fags and booze. http://www.publicati ons.parliament.uk/pa /cm201212/cmhansrd/c m120327/halltext/120 327h0001.htm Dr Martin

4:48pm Tue 10 Dec 13

A_Myers says...

LOLZ, what playing cards are you using?
LOLZ, what playing cards are you using? A_Myers

5:02pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority"

and.....

Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?”

http://veyeral.com/p


rofessor-alex-kreit-


asks-why-are-so-many


-violent-criminals-w


alking-free/

Watch the link above and you will find out....

PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
interesting to note the de facto position of the police

http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w

alking-free/

Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....
So you say police are going after drug dealers "that cause harm to society" and are not going to arrest all the stoners

What point are you trying to make?

Still after the publication dates of those studies, don't forget now
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....[/p][/quote]So you say police are going after drug dealers "that cause harm to society" and are not going to arrest all the stoners What point are you trying to make? Still after the publication dates of those studies, don't forget now Dr Martin

6:34pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

Blind Haze wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT




ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society?

Nice plan.
Assumption assumption assumption. You of all people should know that I do not advocate legalising anything that is SERIOUSLY harmfull, only cannabis which would be best regulated if the Government actually grew it and taxed it.
[quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society? Nice plan.[/p][/quote]Assumption assumption assumption. You of all people should know that I do not advocate legalising anything that is SERIOUSLY harmfull, only cannabis which would be best regulated if the Government actually grew it and taxed it. Fred the Phoenix

7:09pm Tue 10 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT





ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society?

Nice plan.
Assumption assumption assumption. You of all people should know that I do not advocate legalising anything that is SERIOUSLY harmfull, only cannabis which would be best regulated if the Government actually grew it and taxed it.
and then put you on the govt register of dope dependants as per uruguay...whoops - the fly in the ointment
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society? Nice plan.[/p][/quote]Assumption assumption assumption. You of all people should know that I do not advocate legalising anything that is SERIOUSLY harmfull, only cannabis which would be best regulated if the Government actually grew it and taxed it.[/p][/quote]and then put you on the govt register of dope dependants as per uruguay...whoops - the fly in the ointment profondo asbo

7:24pm Tue 10 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority"

and.....

Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?”

http://veyeral.com/p


rofessor-alex-kreit-


asks-why-are-so-many


-violent-criminals-w


alking-free/

Watch the link above and you will find out....

PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
interesting to note the de facto position of the police

http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w

alking-free/

Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....
Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote:

"There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law."

PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this...

Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever"

Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below.....

search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF
Ow
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....[/p][/quote]Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote: "There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law." PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this... Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever" Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below..... search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF Ow sensiblelos

8:33pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT






ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society?

Nice plan.
Assumption assumption assumption. You of all people should know that I do not advocate legalising anything that is SERIOUSLY harmfull, only cannabis which would be best regulated if the Government actually grew it and taxed it.
and then put you on the govt register of dope dependants as per uruguay...whoops - the fly in the ointment
Who cares? I don't. And why would our govt copy anything they do in Uruguay???
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society? Nice plan.[/p][/quote]Assumption assumption assumption. You of all people should know that I do not advocate legalising anything that is SERIOUSLY harmfull, only cannabis which would be best regulated if the Government actually grew it and taxed it.[/p][/quote]and then put you on the govt register of dope dependants as per uruguay...whoops - the fly in the ointment[/p][/quote]Who cares? I don't. And why would our govt copy anything they do in Uruguay??? Fred the Phoenix

8:37pm Tue 10 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

so a straight answer...yes or no.

would you go on a govt list of dope dependants?
so a straight answer...yes or no. would you go on a govt list of dope dependants? profondo asbo

8:51pm Tue 10 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT







ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society?

Nice plan.
Assumption assumption assumption. You of all people should know that I do not advocate legalising anything that is SERIOUSLY harmfull, only cannabis which would be best regulated if the Government actually grew it and taxed it.
and then put you on the govt register of dope dependants as per uruguay...whoops - the fly in the ointment
Who cares? I don't. And why would our govt copy anything they do in Uruguay???
and would you tick the box to have you details marketed...?
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society? Nice plan.[/p][/quote]Assumption assumption assumption. You of all people should know that I do not advocate legalising anything that is SERIOUSLY harmfull, only cannabis which would be best regulated if the Government actually grew it and taxed it.[/p][/quote]and then put you on the govt register of dope dependants as per uruguay...whoops - the fly in the ointment[/p][/quote]Who cares? I don't. And why would our govt copy anything they do in Uruguay???[/p][/quote]and would you tick the box to have you details marketed...? profondo asbo

8:53pm Tue 10 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me los bell-endos
our lives are so hollow and empty we need to escape the mundanity of our own existence yeah. high five me los bell-endos profondo asbo

11:55pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority"

and.....

Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?”

http://veyeral.com/p



rofessor-alex-kreit-



asks-why-are-so-many



-violent-criminals-w



alking-free/

Watch the link above and you will find out....

PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
interesting to note the de facto position of the police

http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w


alking-free/

Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....
Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote:

"There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law."

PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this...

Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever"

Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below.....

search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High

http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF

Ow
Harking back to a bygone age

Do you know when those publications were published , have you forgotten?
That's the cannabis for you
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....[/p][/quote]Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote: "There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law." PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this... Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever" Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below..... search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF Ow[/p][/quote]Harking back to a bygone age Do you know when those publications were published , have you forgotten? That's the cannabis for you Dr Martin

12:09am Wed 11 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

Asbo, nope I wouldn't go on a list of dope dependents because I am not dependent on anything. But at my age why should i care about going on a list of people who like the odd smoke? Having my details marketed is a completely different matter.
.
Harking back to a bygone age Mr Martin? Over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are a fool.
Asbo, nope I wouldn't go on a list of dope dependents because I am not dependent on anything. But at my age why should i care about going on a list of people who like the odd smoke? Having my details marketed is a completely different matter. . Harking back to a bygone age Mr Martin? Over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are a fool. Fred the Phoenix

12:19am Wed 11 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Asbo, nope I wouldn't go on a list of dope dependents because I am not dependent on anything. But at my age why should i care about going on a list of people who like the odd smoke? Having my details marketed is a completely different matter.
.
Harking back to a bygone age Mr Martin? Over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are a fool.
no it's your dope buddy that keeps doing that
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: Asbo, nope I wouldn't go on a list of dope dependents because I am not dependent on anything. But at my age why should i care about going on a list of people who like the odd smoke? Having my details marketed is a completely different matter. . Harking back to a bygone age Mr Martin? Over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are a fool.[/p][/quote]no it's your dope buddy that keeps doing that Dr Martin

7:42am Wed 11 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

FACT/COMMENT OF THE DAY

even the old bigots will need to medically use marijuana one day....

A new study suggests that marijuana may help prevent erectile dysfunction in individuals most at risk.

STOP THE WAR ON FACTS
FACT/COMMENT OF THE DAY even the old bigots will need to medically use marijuana one day.... A new study suggests that marijuana may help prevent erectile dysfunction in individuals most at risk. STOP THE WAR ON FACTS sensiblelos

8:52am Wed 11 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

sensiblelos wrote:
FACT/COMMENT OF THE DAY

even the old bigots will need to medically use marijuana one day....

A new study suggests that marijuana may help prevent erectile dysfunction in individuals most at risk.

STOP THE WAR ON FACTS
Ha ha ha! Thanks for starting my day with a smile!
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT/COMMENT OF THE DAY even the old bigots will need to medically use marijuana one day.... A new study suggests that marijuana may help prevent erectile dysfunction in individuals most at risk. STOP THE WAR ON FACTS[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha! Thanks for starting my day with a smile! Fred the Phoenix

9:26am Wed 11 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
FACT/COMMENT OF THE DAY

even the old bigots will need to medically use marijuana one day....

A new study suggests that marijuana may help prevent erectile dysfunction in individuals most at risk.

STOP THE WAR ON FACTS
perhaps this might help you

"Preventing Marijuana-Induced Memory Problems With Over-The-Counter Painkillers"

if it's bad now just wait till you get to old salty's age
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: FACT/COMMENT OF THE DAY even the old bigots will need to medically use marijuana one day.... A new study suggests that marijuana may help prevent erectile dysfunction in individuals most at risk. STOP THE WAR ON FACTS[/p][/quote]perhaps this might help you "Preventing Marijuana-Induced Memory Problems With Over-The-Counter Painkillers" if it's bad now just wait till you get to old salty's age Dr Martin

11:13am Wed 11 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

My memory and the memory of all the people I know that have been toking since the sixties is still fine, most are top class professionals and I am seriously considering enrolling for my third degree this year, beat that pretend Doctor.
My memory and the memory of all the people I know that have been toking since the sixties is still fine, most are top class professionals and I am seriously considering enrolling for my third degree this year, beat that pretend Doctor. Fred the Phoenix

11:30am Wed 11 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

That's very good well done, but your mate on the other hand has difficulty answering a simple question, or he has realised he has used publication that are almost as old as he is
That's very good well done, but your mate on the other hand has difficulty answering a simple question, or he has realised he has used publication that are almost as old as he is Dr Martin

11:46am Wed 11 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Dr Martin wrote:
That's very good well done, but your mate on the other hand has difficulty answering a simple question, or he has realised he has used publication that are almost as old as he is
the spammer has a terminal case of self righteous denial. add that to the list of unpleasant side affects of sustained dope use. that reminds me spam fritters for lunch.
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: That's very good well done, but your mate on the other hand has difficulty answering a simple question, or he has realised he has used publication that are almost as old as he is[/p][/quote]the spammer has a terminal case of self righteous denial. add that to the list of unpleasant side affects of sustained dope use. that reminds me spam fritters for lunch. profondo asbo

12:45pm Wed 11 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

Nothing wrong with old publications if the conclusions are still valid, and as I said before, over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are fools. Ah but then you are the sort of people who blindly believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed whatever the consequences, They would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago.
Nothing wrong with old publications if the conclusions are still valid, and as I said before, over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are fools. Ah but then you are the sort of people who blindly believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed whatever the consequences, They would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago. Fred the Phoenix

12:56pm Wed 11 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Nothing wrong with old publications if the conclusions are still valid, and as I said before, over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are fools. Ah but then you are the sort of people who blindly believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed whatever the consequences, They would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago.
Godwins law
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: Nothing wrong with old publications if the conclusions are still valid, and as I said before, over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are fools. Ah but then you are the sort of people who blindly believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed whatever the consequences, They would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago.[/p][/quote]Godwins law Dr Martin

1:12pm Wed 11 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Dr Martin wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Nothing wrong with old publications if the conclusions are still valid, and as I said before, over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are fools. Ah but then you are the sort of people who blindly believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed whatever the consequences, They would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago.
Godwins law
interesting. is there an equivalent law for cannabis threads and the mention of the daily mail or the term bigot?
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: Nothing wrong with old publications if the conclusions are still valid, and as I said before, over 160 years ago Thomas Jefferson said "If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so". That is still just as relevant today as it was then. Deny that and you are fools. Ah but then you are the sort of people who blindly believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed whatever the consequences, They would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago.[/p][/quote]Godwins law[/p][/quote]interesting. is there an equivalent law for cannabis threads and the mention of the daily mail or the term bigot? profondo asbo

2:36pm Wed 11 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

I wish there was profondo
I wish there was profondo Dr Martin

2:46pm Wed 11 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Dr Martin wrote:
I wish there was profondo
maybe we are witnessing the birth of the martin-asbo law
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: I wish there was profondo[/p][/quote]maybe we are witnessing the birth of the martin-asbo law profondo asbo

3:00pm Wed 11 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

The Martin Asbo law is obviously to believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed blindly at all costs whatever the consequences, As I said, they would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago.
The Martin Asbo law is obviously to believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed blindly at all costs whatever the consequences, As I said, they would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago. Fred the Phoenix

6:16pm Wed 11 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
The Martin Asbo law is obviously to believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed blindly at all costs whatever the consequences, As I said, they would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago.
where do you draw the line? taxes are morally wrong but i pay tax. guess payment of tax is not an issue for too many cannabis dependants eh los bell-endos?
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: The Martin Asbo law is obviously to believe that the law is the law and must be obeyed blindly at all costs whatever the consequences, As I said, they would have liked you in Germany seventy years ago.[/p][/quote]where do you draw the line? taxes are morally wrong but i pay tax. guess payment of tax is not an issue for too many cannabis dependants eh los bell-endos? profondo asbo

6:56pm Wed 11 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority"

and.....

Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?”

http://veyeral.com/p



rofessor-alex-kreit-



asks-why-are-so-many



-violent-criminals-w



alking-free/

Watch the link above and you will find out....

PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
interesting to note the de facto position of the police

http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w


alking-free/

Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....
Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote:

"There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law."

PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this...

Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever"

Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below.....

search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High

http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF

Ow
PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS)..

“When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.”

Winston Churchill 1935.

Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view.

So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT

Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history...

FACT OF THE DAY.

While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.”
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....[/p][/quote]Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote: "There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law." PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this... Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever" Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below..... search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF Ow[/p][/quote]PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS).. “When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.” Winston Churchill 1935. Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view. So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history... FACT OF THE DAY. While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.” sensiblelos

7:03pm Wed 11 Dec 13

leedthered79 says...

U still waffling on zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz get a grip
U still waffling on zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz get a grip leedthered79

7:23pm Wed 11 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

looks like spam for dinner too...oh dear.
looks like spam for dinner too...oh dear. profondo asbo

8:11pm Wed 11 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

forget fishy smells. i can only smell spam here...
forget fishy smells. i can only smell spam here... profondo asbo

11:01pm Wed 11 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority"

and.....

Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?”

http://veyeral.com/p




rofessor-alex-kreit-




asks-why-are-so-many




-violent-criminals-w




alking-free/

Watch the link above and you will find out....

PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
interesting to note the de facto position of the police

http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w



alking-free/

Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....
Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote:

"There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law."

PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this...

Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever"

Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below.....

search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High

http://www.youtube.c


om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF


Ow
PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS)..

“When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.”

Winston Churchill 1935.

Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view.

So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT

Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history...

FACT OF THE DAY.

While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.”
harking back to a bygone age "again", its good to see you have used an up to date study rather than ones that are at least 25 years old.

Back to your current study which also says " Interestingly, the authors also point out that different types of marijuana may play a role in the outcome of schizophrenia"
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....[/p][/quote]Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote: "There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law." PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this... Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever" Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below..... search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF Ow[/p][/quote]PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS).. “When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.” Winston Churchill 1935. Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view. So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history... FACT OF THE DAY. While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.”[/p][/quote]harking back to a bygone age "again", its good to see you have used an up to date study rather than ones that are at least 25 years old. Back to your current study which also says " Interestingly, the authors also point out that different types of marijuana may play a role in the outcome of schizophrenia" Dr Martin

11:14pm Wed 11 Dec 13

leedthered79 says...

Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....
Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote: "There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law." PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this... Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever" Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below..... search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF Ow
PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS).. “When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.” Winston Churchill 1935. Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view. So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history... FACT OF THE DAY. While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.”
harking back to a bygone age "again", its good to see you have used an up to date study rather than ones that are at least 25 years old. Back to your current study which also says " Interestingly, the authors also point out that different types of marijuana may play a role in the outcome of schizophrenia"
1 way 2 find out, roll a fat 1
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....[/p][/quote]Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote: "There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law." PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this... Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever" Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below..... search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF Ow[/p][/quote]PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS).. “When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.” Winston Churchill 1935. Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view. So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history... FACT OF THE DAY. While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.”[/p][/quote]harking back to a bygone age "again", its good to see you have used an up to date study rather than ones that are at least 25 years old. Back to your current study which also says " Interestingly, the authors also point out that different types of marijuana may play a role in the outcome of schizophrenia"[/p][/quote]1 way 2 find out, roll a fat 1 leedthered79

11:24pm Wed 11 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority"

and.....

Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?”

http://veyeral.com/p




rofessor-alex-kreit-




asks-why-are-so-many




-violent-criminals-w




alking-free/

Watch the link above and you will find out....

PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
interesting to note the de facto position of the police

http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w



alking-free/

Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....
Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote:

"There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law."

PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this...

Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever"

Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below.....

search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High

http://www.youtube.c


om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF


Ow
PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS)..

“When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.”

Winston Churchill 1935.

Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view.

So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT

Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history...

FACT OF THE DAY.

While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.”
They study also found that a family history of schizophrenia increased the risk of developing schizophrenia, regardless of whether or not an individual used cannabis.

more alternative news in time, same old rhetoric to follow.....
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....[/p][/quote]Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote: "There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law." PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this... Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever" Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below..... search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF Ow[/p][/quote]PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS).. “When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.” Winston Churchill 1935. Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view. So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history... FACT OF THE DAY. While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.”[/p][/quote]They study also found that a family history of schizophrenia increased the risk of developing schizophrenia, regardless of whether or not an individual used cannabis. more alternative news in time, same old rhetoric to follow..... sensiblelos

11:31pm Wed 11 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

leedthered79 wrote:
Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME
interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....
Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote: "There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law." PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this... Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever" Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below..... search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF Ow
PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS).. “When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.” Winston Churchill 1935. Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view. So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history... FACT OF THE DAY. While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.”
harking back to a bygone age "again", its good to see you have used an up to date study rather than ones that are at least 25 years old. Back to your current study which also says " Interestingly, the authors also point out that different types of marijuana may play a role in the outcome of schizophrenia"
1 way 2 find out, roll a fat 1
No thanks, I don't want to be labeled a smelly stoner
[quote][p][bold]leedthered79[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: So, the Association of Chief Officers admit that "tackling cannabis factories is not considered a priority for most British police forces, with operations to tackle the supply of class A drugs such as heroin and cocaine a higher priority" and..... Professor Alex Kreit Asks: “Why Are So Many Violent Criminals Walking Free?” http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Watch the link above and you will find out.... PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME[/p][/quote]interesting to note the de facto position of the police http://veyeral.com/p rofessor-alex-kreit- asks-why-are-so-many -violent-criminals-w alking-free/ Why are there so many violent criminals walking free? the link above will assist those who do not know , the police already do know this, thats why they are focusing their scarce resources on drug dealers that cause harm to society and the FACT is Cannabis is proven to be one of the safest drugs known and used in our society by close to 3 million people in the uk....are the police going to arrest all cannabis consumers ..no.....[/p][/quote]Martin Luther King, in his famous "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," called on all Americans to actively but peacefully oppose laws that were morally wrong. King wrote: "There are just laws and there are unjust laws. I would agree with St. Augustine that an unjust law is no law at all... One who breaks an unjust law must do it openly, lovingly...I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and willingly accepts the penalty by staying in jail to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the very highest respect for law." PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS CRIMINALIZES 10s if not 100's of thousands of people for "consumption only" worldwide.. this is an unjust law and many countries know this and intend to change their policies to reflect this... Even in some states in the USA, marijuana is now legalized and more and more states and countries will follow....its that domino effect..."you cant sustain a lie forever" Isn't it ironic that a speech decades ago is still just as relevant today as it as always been... and for those who want to know the facts about taxes the lies and the racist prohibition polices see the link below..... search you tube- The Union - Business Behind Getting High http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=7qbtYY4HF Ow[/p][/quote]PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE there are those that dismiss facts, studies, comments all ignored even in CAPS( I DO NOT DEBATE WITH TROLLS).. “When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong–these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.” Winston Churchill 1935. Any less relevant now, no. I do not post to debate with trolls but to provide facts and comments for those enlightened enough to consider an alternative view. So fast forward to 2014 and Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.FACT Well done fred for stating the obvious re germany, but of course there are those that cannot learn from history so it has to be spelt out because it is those that cannot learn from history... FACT OF THE DAY. While many still debate the potential for marijuana to cause schizophrenia, researchers at Harvard Medical School say there has “yet to be conclusive evidence that cannabis use may cause psychosis.”[/p][/quote]harking back to a bygone age "again", its good to see you have used an up to date study rather than ones that are at least 25 years old. Back to your current study which also says " Interestingly, the authors also point out that different types of marijuana may play a role in the outcome of schizophrenia"[/p][/quote]1 way 2 find out, roll a fat 1[/p][/quote]No thanks, I don't want to be labeled a smelly stoner Dr Martin

1:19am Thu 12 Dec 13

smiffy22 says...

Blind Haze wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT




ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society?

Nice plan.
Ah, the neievety of the drug-addled mind. You're wasting your time, they will argue black is white if it favours their addiction.
Regards,
Smiffy22
[quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]So your idea is to legalise everything thus eliminating the criminal from society? Nice plan.[/p][/quote]Ah, the neievety of the drug-addled mind. You're wasting your time, they will argue black is white if it favours their addiction. Regards, Smiffy22 smiffy22

7:36am Thu 12 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

More medicinal benefits of cannabis proven to be relatively safe in comparison to those legal drugs ; aspirin , alcohol , nicotine et al.

Researchers at the University of Nottingham conducted a meta-analysis of previous studies, reports the Nottingham Post, concluding that cannabinoids could reduce the severity of stroke as well as improve neurological outcomes.

and did i mention;why are so many violent criminals walking free? link below

http://www.learnlibe
rty.org/videos/why-a
re-so-many-violent-c
riminals-walking-fre
e

and

its due to Cannabis Prohibitionists "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
More medicinal benefits of cannabis proven to be relatively safe in comparison to those legal drugs ; aspirin , alcohol , nicotine et al. Researchers at the University of Nottingham conducted a meta-analysis of previous studies, reports the Nottingham Post, concluding that cannabinoids could reduce the severity of stroke as well as improve neurological outcomes. and did i mention;why are so many violent criminals walking free? link below http://www.learnlibe rty.org/videos/why-a re-so-many-violent-c riminals-walking-fre e and its due to Cannabis Prohibitionists "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." sensiblelos

2:35pm Thu 12 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

i see we have in house spamming capabilities these days. think i preferred the outsourced variety.

Those who cannot remember the past...what like blindly following the US into iraq, afghanistan and sub-prime residential mortgage backed securities?
i see we have in house spamming capabilities these days. think i preferred the outsourced variety. Those who cannot remember the past...what like blindly following the US into iraq, afghanistan and sub-prime residential mortgage backed securities? profondo asbo

2:50pm Thu 12 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

the toking grandad to the podium please....
the toking grandad to the podium please.... profondo asbo

4:51pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Minceir. says...

When the UK follows the Uruguay path I believe it would be fair to allow a period of grace and an amnesty for those involved in cannabis production/distribut
ion to run down their stocks or hand them over to the government agencies responsible for monitoring the trade and collecting the taxes.
What do we think? 10 years before legalisation of the entire industry in UK?.
When the UK follows the Uruguay path I believe it would be fair to allow a period of grace and an amnesty for those involved in cannabis production/distribut ion to run down their stocks or hand them over to the government agencies responsible for monitoring the trade and collecting the taxes. What do we think? 10 years before legalisation of the entire industry in UK?. Minceir.

5:00pm Thu 12 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

Minceir. wrote:
When the UK follows the Uruguay path I believe it would be fair to allow a period of grace and an amnesty for those involved in cannabis production/distribut

ion to run down their stocks or hand them over to the government agencies responsible for monitoring the trade and collecting the taxes.
What do we think? 10 years before legalisation of the entire industry in UK?.
nah...not in your lifetime
[quote][p][bold]Minceir.[/bold] wrote: When the UK follows the Uruguay path I believe it would be fair to allow a period of grace and an amnesty for those involved in cannabis production/distribut ion to run down their stocks or hand them over to the government agencies responsible for monitoring the trade and collecting the taxes. What do we think? 10 years before legalisation of the entire industry in UK?.[/p][/quote]nah...not in your lifetime profondo asbo

5:05pm Thu 12 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

you know in uruguay they keep a state register of dope addicts to restrict the amount of thc consumption per individual per month. can i count you as a maybe?
you know in uruguay they keep a state register of dope addicts to restrict the amount of thc consumption per individual per month. can i count you as a maybe? profondo asbo

5:25pm Thu 12 Dec 13

leedthered79 says...

Wow ur amazing lol
Wow ur amazing lol leedthered79

5:40pm Thu 12 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

sensiblelos wrote:
More medicinal benefits of cannabis proven to be relatively safe in comparison to those legal drugs ; aspirin , alcohol , nicotine et al.

Researchers at the University of Nottingham conducted a meta-analysis of previous studies, reports the Nottingham Post, concluding that cannabinoids could reduce the severity of stroke as well as improve neurological outcomes.

and did i mention;why are so many violent criminals walking free? link below

http://www.learnlibe

rty.org/videos/why-a

re-so-many-violent-c

riminals-walking-fre

e

and

its due to Cannabis Prohibitionists "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
We come full circle again..oh i forgot;

-Not only is it a proven fact that Cannabis is one of the safest drugs know to man
- Not only is it a proven fact that there are many many medicinal uses for cannabis
-Not only do (most) UK Police forces concentrate on Class A drug enforcement
-Not only have many many many countries either decriminalized/legal
ized cannabis or are now considering decriminilization

But it is also a PROVEN FACT that Cannabis is less addictive than legal drugs including Alcohol, nicotine, prescription drugs, and in most studies caffeine....

Knowing all the above the government may continue for political reasons ONLY to continue to criminalize individuals but they cannot sustain a lie forever and 53% of the uk want to see cannabis decrimilised/legaliz
ed and close to 3 million users know that , its just a matter of time, 10 years ago hardly any US states decriminalized/legal
ized cannabis and now look ...the uk will follow if only for tax revenue purposes knowing that it is one of the safest non addictive drugs known to man.....

STOP THE LIES-PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME..

Those who support prohibition cannot say anything new , same old rhetoric.......
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: More medicinal benefits of cannabis proven to be relatively safe in comparison to those legal drugs ; aspirin , alcohol , nicotine et al. Researchers at the University of Nottingham conducted a meta-analysis of previous studies, reports the Nottingham Post, concluding that cannabinoids could reduce the severity of stroke as well as improve neurological outcomes. and did i mention;why are so many violent criminals walking free? link below http://www.learnlibe rty.org/videos/why-a re-so-many-violent-c riminals-walking-fre e and its due to Cannabis Prohibitionists "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."[/p][/quote]We come full circle again..oh i forgot; -Not only is it a proven fact that Cannabis is one of the safest drugs know to man - Not only is it a proven fact that there are many many medicinal uses for cannabis -Not only do (most) UK Police forces concentrate on Class A drug enforcement -Not only have many many many countries either decriminalized/legal ized cannabis or are now considering decriminilization But it is also a PROVEN FACT that Cannabis is less addictive than legal drugs including Alcohol, nicotine, prescription drugs, and in most studies caffeine.... Knowing all the above the government may continue for political reasons ONLY to continue to criminalize individuals but they cannot sustain a lie forever and 53% of the uk want to see cannabis decrimilised/legaliz ed and close to 3 million users know that , its just a matter of time, 10 years ago hardly any US states decriminalized/legal ized cannabis and now look ...the uk will follow if only for tax revenue purposes knowing that it is one of the safest non addictive drugs known to man..... STOP THE LIES-PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME.. Those who support prohibition cannot say anything new , same old rhetoric....... sensiblelos

5:44pm Thu 12 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

flagged as spam
flagged as spam profondo asbo

5:48pm Thu 12 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

i'm counting you as a definite for the state list of dope dependants los bell-endos....
i'm counting you as a definite for the state list of dope dependants los bell-endos.... profondo asbo

6:46pm Thu 12 Dec 13

sensiblelos says...

Minceir. wrote:
When the UK follows the Uruguay path I believe it would be fair to allow a period of grace and an amnesty for those involved in cannabis production/distribut

ion to run down their stocks or hand them over to the government agencies responsible for monitoring the trade and collecting the taxes.
What do we think? 10 years before legalisation of the entire industry in UK?.
likely,
decriminalized in spain, netherlands, Czech republic, USA ,switzerland, portugal etc etc ....the UK cannot sustain the lies for much longer especially bearing in mind that 53% of the uk want to see decriminalization and the billions of pounds of revenue that will be recived in taxation....
its only a matter of time...there are those hypocrtitcial cigarette smokers and alcohol drinkers who want to keep cannabis illegal but sense and facts will prevail in time.... its happening in other countries it will happen here.....
[quote][p][bold]Minceir.[/bold] wrote: When the UK follows the Uruguay path I believe it would be fair to allow a period of grace and an amnesty for those involved in cannabis production/distribut ion to run down their stocks or hand them over to the government agencies responsible for monitoring the trade and collecting the taxes. What do we think? 10 years before legalisation of the entire industry in UK?.[/p][/quote]likely, decriminalized in spain, netherlands, Czech republic, USA ,switzerland, portugal etc etc ....the UK cannot sustain the lies for much longer especially bearing in mind that 53% of the uk want to see decriminalization and the billions of pounds of revenue that will be recived in taxation.... its only a matter of time...there are those hypocrtitcial cigarette smokers and alcohol drinkers who want to keep cannabis illegal but sense and facts will prevail in time.... its happening in other countries it will happen here..... sensiblelos

8:47pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Dr Martin says...

sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
More medicinal benefits of cannabis proven to be relatively safe in comparison to those legal drugs ; aspirin , alcohol , nicotine et al.

Researchers at the University of Nottingham conducted a meta-analysis of previous studies, reports the Nottingham Post, concluding that cannabinoids could reduce the severity of stroke as well as improve neurological outcomes.

and did i mention;why are so many violent criminals walking free? link below

http://www.learnlibe


rty.org/videos/why-a


re-so-many-violent-c


riminals-walking-fre


e

and

its due to Cannabis Prohibitionists "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
We come full circle again..oh i forgot;

-Not only is it a proven fact that Cannabis is one of the safest drugs know to man
- Not only is it a proven fact that there are many many medicinal uses for cannabis
-Not only do (most) UK Police forces concentrate on Class A drug enforcement
-Not only have many many many countries either decriminalized/legal

ized cannabis or are now considering decriminilization

But it is also a PROVEN FACT that Cannabis is less addictive than legal drugs including Alcohol, nicotine, prescription drugs, and in most studies caffeine....

Knowing all the above the government may continue for political reasons ONLY to continue to criminalize individuals but they cannot sustain a lie forever and 53% of the uk want to see cannabis decrimilised/legaliz

ed and close to 3 million users know that , its just a matter of time, 10 years ago hardly any US states decriminalized/legal

ized cannabis and now look ...the uk will follow if only for tax revenue purposes knowing that it is one of the safest non addictive drugs known to man.....

STOP THE LIES-PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME..

Those who support prohibition cannot say anything new , same old rhetoric.......
Richard Branson and high tax man might be happy to pay tax on their low THC weed, but I think they will be in the minority
[quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: More medicinal benefits of cannabis proven to be relatively safe in comparison to those legal drugs ; aspirin , alcohol , nicotine et al. Researchers at the University of Nottingham conducted a meta-analysis of previous studies, reports the Nottingham Post, concluding that cannabinoids could reduce the severity of stroke as well as improve neurological outcomes. and did i mention;why are so many violent criminals walking free? link below http://www.learnlibe rty.org/videos/why-a re-so-many-violent-c riminals-walking-fre e and its due to Cannabis Prohibitionists "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."[/p][/quote]We come full circle again..oh i forgot; -Not only is it a proven fact that Cannabis is one of the safest drugs know to man - Not only is it a proven fact that there are many many medicinal uses for cannabis -Not only do (most) UK Police forces concentrate on Class A drug enforcement -Not only have many many many countries either decriminalized/legal ized cannabis or are now considering decriminilization But it is also a PROVEN FACT that Cannabis is less addictive than legal drugs including Alcohol, nicotine, prescription drugs, and in most studies caffeine.... Knowing all the above the government may continue for political reasons ONLY to continue to criminalize individuals but they cannot sustain a lie forever and 53% of the uk want to see cannabis decrimilised/legaliz ed and close to 3 million users know that , its just a matter of time, 10 years ago hardly any US states decriminalized/legal ized cannabis and now look ...the uk will follow if only for tax revenue purposes knowing that it is one of the safest non addictive drugs known to man..... STOP THE LIES-PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME.. Those who support prohibition cannot say anything new , same old rhetoric.......[/p][/quote]Richard Branson and high tax man might be happy to pay tax on their low THC weed, but I think they will be in the minority Dr Martin

11:22pm Thu 12 Dec 13

profondo asbo says...

doc,it's bs. nothing more than ideological pie in the sky. you try to deal with the detail eg the utopian uruguayan state register of dope dependants (try life out there...no please, we really would rather you did) or the issue of "unjust" laws being selectively disobeyed ie anarchy and the silence from the pro lobby is deafening or the irrelevant spam dump just gets ramped (more realistically).

brother can you spare a spam filter or more preferably gulag for the dependants (and that includes you white van man)?
doc,it's bs. nothing more than ideological pie in the sky. you try to deal with the detail eg the utopian uruguayan state register of dope dependants (try life out there...no please, we really would rather you did) or the issue of "unjust" laws being selectively disobeyed ie anarchy and the silence from the pro lobby is deafening or the irrelevant spam dump just gets ramped (more realistically). brother can you spare a spam filter or more preferably gulag for the dependants (and that includes you white van man)? profondo asbo

10:57am Mon 16 Dec 13

Bernard Fatsack says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT





ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME

Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014;

Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana.

Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs.

.....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks
Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.
Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!!
err like with tobacco and alcohol??
I think you will find that the vast majority of alcohol and tobacco is purchased legally, I don't know if you know this but even the supermarkets sell tobacco and alcohol now?
.
Leedthered79 has a very good point, that doesn't look like good weed, it looks like the rubbish the criminals were peddling decades ago, mostly henna mixed with ketamine, horrible stuff, but that's what the criminals will do and that is why given an official source of weed with good quality controls I am sure that most people would choose to buy that rather than poor quality stuff like this.
didn't Goldie looking Chain write a song about this stuff: "Soapbar"

Burning holes in clothing for decades without an ashtray
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: STOP PROHIBITION-PROHIBIT ION SUPPORTS ORGANIZED CRIME Its happening on the 1st JANUARY 2014; Colorado will become the first state in America to tax the sale of marijuana. Under new legalisation cannabis sales will have a 25% levy placed on them to pay for public school construction and the marijuana industry costs. .....looks like things are now changing.....UK TO FOLLOW....money talks[/p][/quote]Prohibition supports the law - criminals support organised crime.[/p][/quote]Err that is not what history or the facts today tell us. The criminals run the business when it's illegal, they go away when it's legal, don't you know anything?!!![/p][/quote]err like with tobacco and alcohol??[/p][/quote]I think you will find that the vast majority of alcohol and tobacco is purchased legally, I don't know if you know this but even the supermarkets sell tobacco and alcohol now? . Leedthered79 has a very good point, that doesn't look like good weed, it looks like the rubbish the criminals were peddling decades ago, mostly henna mixed with ketamine, horrible stuff, but that's what the criminals will do and that is why given an official source of weed with good quality controls I am sure that most people would choose to buy that rather than poor quality stuff like this.[/p][/quote]didn't Goldie looking Chain write a song about this stuff: "Soapbar" Burning holes in clothing for decades without an ashtray Bernard Fatsack

5:43pm Thu 2 Jan 14

Dr Martin says...

Dr Martin wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
sensiblelos wrote:
More medicinal benefits of cannabis proven to be relatively safe in comparison to those legal drugs ; aspirin , alcohol , nicotine et al.

Researchers at the University of Nottingham conducted a meta-analysis of previous studies, reports the Nottingham Post, concluding that cannabinoids could reduce the severity of stroke as well as improve neurological outcomes.

and did i mention;why are so many violent criminals walking free? link below

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its due to Cannabis Prohibitionists "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
We come full circle again..oh i forgot;

-Not only is it a proven fact that Cannabis is one of the safest drugs know to man
- Not only is it a proven fact that there are many many medicinal uses for cannabis
-Not only do (most) UK Police forces concentrate on Class A drug enforcement
-Not only have many many many countries either decriminalized/legal


ized cannabis or are now considering decriminilization

But it is also a PROVEN FACT that Cannabis is less addictive than legal drugs including Alcohol, nicotine, prescription drugs, and in most studies caffeine....

Knowing all the above the government may continue for political reasons ONLY to continue to criminalize individuals but they cannot sustain a lie forever and 53% of the uk want to see cannabis decrimilised/legaliz


ed and close to 3 million users know that , its just a matter of time, 10 years ago hardly any US states decriminalized/legal


ized cannabis and now look ...the uk will follow if only for tax revenue purposes knowing that it is one of the safest non addictive drugs known to man.....

STOP THE LIES-PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME..

Those who support prohibition cannot say anything new , same old rhetoric.......
Richard Branson and high tax man might be happy to pay tax on their low THC weed, but I think they will be in the minority
still no answer to this one then stoner?
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sensiblelos[/bold] wrote: More medicinal benefits of cannabis proven to be relatively safe in comparison to those legal drugs ; aspirin , alcohol , nicotine et al. Researchers at the University of Nottingham conducted a meta-analysis of previous studies, reports the Nottingham Post, concluding that cannabinoids could reduce the severity of stroke as well as improve neurological outcomes. and did i mention;why are so many violent criminals walking free? link below http://www.learnlibe rty.org/videos/why-a re-so-many-violent-c riminals-walking-fre e and its due to Cannabis Prohibitionists "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."[/p][/quote]We come full circle again..oh i forgot; -Not only is it a proven fact that Cannabis is one of the safest drugs know to man - Not only is it a proven fact that there are many many medicinal uses for cannabis -Not only do (most) UK Police forces concentrate on Class A drug enforcement -Not only have many many many countries either decriminalized/legal ized cannabis or are now considering decriminilization But it is also a PROVEN FACT that Cannabis is less addictive than legal drugs including Alcohol, nicotine, prescription drugs, and in most studies caffeine.... Knowing all the above the government may continue for political reasons ONLY to continue to criminalize individuals but they cannot sustain a lie forever and 53% of the uk want to see cannabis decrimilised/legaliz ed and close to 3 million users know that , its just a matter of time, 10 years ago hardly any US states decriminalized/legal ized cannabis and now look ...the uk will follow if only for tax revenue purposes knowing that it is one of the safest non addictive drugs known to man..... STOP THE LIES-PROHIBITION SUPPORTS ORGANISED CRIME.. Those who support prohibition cannot say anything new , same old rhetoric.......[/p][/quote]Richard Branson and high tax man might be happy to pay tax on their low THC weed, but I think they will be in the minority[/p][/quote]still no answer to this one then stoner? Dr Martin

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