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Thomas asks…

Why do police enforce so many unjust laws, did they forget our country is supposed to be about freedom?

Colorado clinics were raided this last week by the DEA. Classic pigs… terrorizing law abiding farmers and taking medicine from sick people.. is it any wonder why people hate cops in the USA?

You think this is the only example? Every day there are countless examples of the government henchmen enforcing tyranny as the globalist desperately try to strengthen the illusion of authority.

Not only that but had one of these innocent farmers defended themselves, from the government thugs breaking and entering into their property, they would be in prison for life because the state has a monopoly on violence.

Stop kidnapping people for victimless crimes! Stop enforcing laws that go against natural law. We have a right to do what we want with our bodies as long as we do not cause physical or economic harm onto others.

And none of this bullshit you guys spew about drugs not being victimless because we have to pay for their health care. By that logic we would need to ban fast food/junk food, alcohol, cigarettes, microwaves, cell phones, cleaning products, and way more because those are all damaging to our health. There is a much bigger healthcare need for those dying from diseases caused by their poor food diet compared to the healthcare need of druggies

Also the bullshit about not being victimless cause drug addicts steal to fuel their habit? When the **** did I say that theft was victimless. I said the act of using drugs is victimless, but to punish all drug users because some drug users steal is ridiculous. ” Okay son I know you are doing nothing but sitting here and putting a substance into YOUR body but since some other people who use that same substance commit burglaries I am going to have to kidnapp you for hurting but because of what you MIGHT do” Arresting all drug user because they might commit an actual crime is no different than arresting black people because they may commit a crime (Discrimination!)

ohh and the last bullshit they try to use is that drug user fund the cartels, ummm not governments do. If the government stopped this fascist war on drug and companies began selling them the drug cartels would be out of business like that

Not only is enforcing the drug war morally wrong, but it is against the constitution, which you are sworn to protect! Don’t believe it is against the constitution? Let me pose a question, why was it necessary to amend the Constitution in order to prohibit the drug alcohol? And, while you are cogitating on that, how is it possible to prohibit other drugs without going through the formal amendment process?

Start defending the constitution and stop defending the ruling class!
I copied and pasted because I forgot about my last question and I came back to it today and the answers were horrible
I didn’t elect those representatives and neither did the majority of the American people. The president and most of congress are selected not elected. We have the illusion of choice but it is all decided beforehand.

Think I am above others? Umm no these rules should apply to all of us equally. I think it is sad that you are so indoctrinated by state and subservient to the ruling class, that when someone has an opinion that goes against it/them you feel the need to defend the state/ruling class that is responsible for your enslavement. Can anyone say Stockholm Syndrome?

Tijuana answers:

Prohibition Statistics
• Alcohol Prohibition (MSNBC)
A) Arrests for drunkenness and disorderly conduct up 41%
B) Homicides, Assaults, and batteries up 13%
C) Number of Federal convicts up 561%
D) Federal Prison Population up 366%
E) Total spending on penal institutions up 1,000%
Host “We have the same exact kind of enormous jumps in incarceration, crime, and prison expenditure under this current pot prohibition.”
• Each year the United States spends 350 billion dollars on the war on drugs.
• On any given day in the United States 1 in 9 African American males between the ages of 20 and 34 is incarcerated.
• Mexico declares war on drug cartels in December of 2006 (BBC)
A 2006: 270 drug related deaths
B) 2009: 16,337 drug related deaths
• Judge Jim Gray (Reason TV)
– In 1990 we were only half as successful in prosecuting homicides as we were in 1980 due to the Reagan administration ratcheting up the drug war. This due to prosecutorial resources being devoted to drug related “offenses”.
– In Holland marijuana use is legal for everyone 16 and older. Coffee shops include marijuana. The minister of health recently held a press conference in which he stated that marijuana use within his country was half that of the United States both for adults and teenagers. He claimed that they had succeeded in making pot “boring”.
• Drug offenders in prisons and jails have increased 1,100% since 1980. Nearly 6 in 10 persons in prison for a drug offense have no history of violence or high-level drug selling activity ( November Coalition)
• According to the UN, drug prohibition has seen increases in the use of opiates, cocaine and marijuana to the effect of
-Opiates 34%
-Cocaine 27%
-Marijuana 8.5% (Worldwide presumably. CNN)
• Prison Population (BBC)
-United States: 2,193,798
-China: 1,548,498 (overall population 1,344,130,000)
-Russia: 874,161
-Brazil: 371,482
• According to DEA: (Google Tech Talks)
-4 million drug users in 1965 (2% of overall population)
-112 million drug users in 2003 (46% of overall population)
• Wholesale cocaine costs 60% less / Heroin costs 70% less (Google Tech Talks)
• Heroin overdose rate: (Google Tech Talks)
– 1979 = 28 deaths per 100,000 users
– 2003 = 141 deaths per 100,000 users
• Approximately $30,000 per year per inmate
• 39 Million drug arrests under drug prohibition
• 1914 = 1.3% addicted to drugs/ 2002 = 1.3% addicted to drugs (Google Tech Talks)
• % of crimes resolved by arrest or other means (Google tech talks)
– 1965: Murders 91%
– 2006: Murders 60.7%, Forcible rape 40.9%, Robbery 25.2%, Aggravated Assault 54.0%, Burglary 12.6%, Larceny-theft 17.4%, Motor vehicle theft 12.6%
• Decriminalized Drugs
1. Netherlands 1976
2. Portugal 2001
3. Mexico 2009
4. Argentina 2009
• Marijuana use by tenth graders in Netherlands: 28% / Marijuana use by tenth graders in the United States 41% (Google Tech Talks)
• Marijuana use: U.S. Lifetime prevalence = 37% / Netherlands = 17% (Google Tech Talks)
• Heroin Use: U.S. Lifetime prevalence = 1.4% / Netherlands = 0.4% (Google Tech Talks)
• After decriminalization, Portugal drug use by ages 13-15 decreased by 25%/ 16-19 decreased by 22%
– Heroin overdose deaths decreased by 52%
– HIV infections reported by drug users decreased by 71% (Google Tech Talks)
• Netherlands homicide rate per 100,00 population: 1.5/ U.S. Homicide rate per 100,00 population 5.6 (Google Tech Talks)
• United States imprisons more of its’ own population than any country in the history of the world. (TV Show “QI”)
Cited video titles are listed as follows:
1. End the Failed War on Drugs — Cenk on MSNBC
2. Did You Know — War on Drugs Edition
3. Portugal Legalizes Drugs. Crime Usage Falls.
4. Mexico’s War on Drugs: War on Drugs Edition
5. United States of Prison
6. CNN: Time to End the War on Drugs?
7. Drug War Failure in Mexico
8. What Happened When Portugal Decriminalized Drugs?
9. The War on Drugs has Failed
10. Stephen Fry on American Prison Facts
11. Jim Gray on The Six Groups Who Benefit From Drug Prohibition

Drug Prohibition Statistic Playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL970FD94A018B8275

“The prestige of government has undoubtedly been lowered considerably by the prohibition law for nothing is more destructive of respect for the government and the law of the land than passing laws which cannot be enforced. It is an open secret that the dangerous increase in crime in this country is closely connected with this.”
-Albert Einstein

“Prohibition will work great injury to the cause of temperance. It is a species of intemperance within itself, for it goes beyond the bounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man’s appetite by legislation, and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes. A Prohibition law strikes a blow at the very principles upon which our government was founded.”
– Abraham Lincoln

David asks…

What are some Good news about the mexican drug war? Reguarding travel and safety?

Since i only see Bad news about it What are Some good news? IkNOW for a fact! That there has to ve good news about it! Like about traveling and safety Ineed to know please answer my question Thank you very Much God bless you

Tijuana answers:

There won’t be any until they slow down on their drug war on scale back on gun control

Prohibition Statistics
• Prison Population (BBC)
-United States: 2,193,798 (overall population 313,900,000)
-China: 1,548,498 (overall population 1,344,130,000)
-Russia: 874,161
-Brazil: 371,482
• Alcohol Prohibition (MSNBC)
A) Arrests for drunkenness and disorderly conduct up 41%
B) Homicides, Assaults, and batteries up 13%
C) Number of Federal convicts up 561%
D) Federal Prison Population up 366%
E) Total spending on penal institutions up 1,000%
Host “We have the same exact kind of enormous jumps in incarceration, crime, and prison expenditure under this current pot prohibition.”
• Each year the United States spends 350 billion dollars on the war on drugs.
• On any given day in the United States 1 in 9 African American males between the ages of 20 and 34 is incarcerated.
• Mexico declares war on drug cartels in December of 2006 (BBC)
A 2006: 270 drug related deaths
B) 2009: 16,337 drug related deaths
• Judge Jim Gray (Reason TV)
– In 1990 we were only half as successful in prosecuting homicides as we were in 1980 due to the Reagan administration ratcheting up the drug war. This due to prosecutorial resources being devoted to drug related “offenses”.
– In Holland marijuana use is legal for everyone 16 and older. Coffee shops include marijuana. The minister of health recently held a press conference in which he stated that marijuana use within his country was half that of the United States both for adults and teenagers. He claimed that they had succeeded in making pot “boring”.
• Drug offenders in prisons and jails have increased 1,100% since 1980. Nearly 6 in 10 persons in prison for a drug offense have no history of violence or high-level drug selling activity (November Coalition)
• According to the UN, drug prohibition has seen increases in the use of opiates, cocaine and marijuana to the effect of
-Opiates 34%
-Cocaine 27%
-Marijuana 8.5% (Worldwide presumably. CNN)
• According to DEA: (Google Tech Talks)
-4 million drug users in 1965 (2% of overall population)
-112 million drug users in 2003 (46% of overall population)
• Wholesale cocaine costs 60% less / Heroin costs 70% less (Google Tech Talks)
• Heroin overdose rate: (Google Tech Talks)
– 1979 = 28 deaths per 100,000 users
– 2003 = 141 deaths per 100,000 users
• Approximately $30,000 per year per inmate
• 39 Million drug arrests under drug prohibition
• 1914 = 1.3% addicted to drugs/ 2002 = 1.3% addicted to drugs (Google Tech Talks)
• % of crimes resolved by arrest or other means (Google tech talks)
– 1965: Murders 91%
– 2006: Murders 60.7%, Forcible rape 40.9%, Robbery 25.2%, Aggravated Assault 54.0%, Burglary 12.6%, Larceny-theft 17.4%, Motor vehicle theft 12.6%
• Decriminalized Drugs
1. Netherlands 1976
2. Portugal 2001
3. Mexico 2009
4. Argentina 2009
• Marijuana use by tenth graders in Netherlands: 28% / Marijuana use by tenth graders in the United States 41% (Google Tech Talks)
• Marijuana use: U.S. Lifetime prevalence = 37% / Netherlands = 17% (Google Tech Talks)
• Heroin Use: U.S. Lifetime prevalence = 1.4% / Netherlands = 0.4% (Google Tech Talks)
• After decriminalization, Portugal drug use by ages 13-15 decreased by 25%/ 16-19 decreased by 22%
– Heroin overdose deaths decreased by 52%
– HIV infections reported by drug users decreased by 71% (Google Tech Talks)
• Netherlands homicide rate per 100,00 population: 1.5/ U.S. Homicide rate per 100,00 population 5.6 (Google Tech Talks)
• United States imprisons more of its’ own population than any country in the history of the world. (TV Show “QI”)
Cited video titles are listed as follows:
1. End the Failed War on Drugs — Cenk on MSNBC
2. Did You Know — War on Drugs Edition
3. Portugal Legalizes Drugs. Crime Usage Falls.
4. Mexico’s War on Drugs: War on Drugs Edition
5. United States of Prison
6. CNN: Time to End the War on Drugs?
7. Drug War Failure in Mexico
8. What Happened When Portugal Decriminalized Drugs?
9. The War on Drugs has Failed
10. Stephen Fry on American Prison Facts
11. Jim Gray on The Six Groups Who Benefit From Drug Prohibition

Drug Prohibition Statistic Playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL970FD94A018B8275

“The prestige of government has undoubtedly been lowered considerably by the prohibition law for nothing is more destructive of respect for the government and the law of the land than passing laws which cannot be enforced. It is an open secret that the dangerous increase in crime in this country is closely connected with this.”
-Albert Einstein

“Prohibition will work great injury to the cause of temperance. It is a species of intemperance within itself, for it goes beyond the bounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man’s appetite by legislation, and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes. A Prohibition law strikes a blow at the very principles upon which our government was founded.”
– Abraham Lincoln

Linda asks…

Why do people think we have a moral obligation to obey the Illegitimate authority of the ruling class?

I am sorry if you cannot see it but the whole system is corrupt. Politicians are no longer of the people, by the people, nor for the people. Presidents, and most of congress, are selected not elected. The ruling class makes sure that those who win are those who will be useful to their tyrannical and evil ambitions. Obama’s policies are just an extension of those of George W Bush’s, and had Romney won he would have continued the NDAA, Patriot ACT, War on Drugs, War of Terror, IRS/Income Tax, Federal Reserve, and NSA just like Obama.

Supreme court justice and former Monsanto employee Clarence Thomas has ruled in favor of Monsanto every time. Is that justice? I don’t know how you guys think we have any obligation to obey the laws made by the corrupt criminal megalomaniacs who claim to be our rulers?

We have a moral obligation to do what we deem to be right, not what some political crook says is law. The idea that the state is any more capable of determining right from wrong than we are is ridiculous. And the idea that we need to bow down to the state to have safety and peace is equally insane.



did you not read? We do not have the power to change our rulers through elections as most are conditioned to believe. Nobody agrees with my politics? A bunch of people do and more and more join the fight every day. However even if we did choose our rulers and laws it is still wrong. Democracy is nothing but mob rule where 51% can take away the rights of 49%

Tijuana answers:

Prohibition Statistics
• Prison Population (BBC 2006)
-United States: 2,193,798 (overall population 313,900,000)
-China: 1,548,498 (overall population 1,344,130,000)
-Russia: 874,161
-Brazil: 371,482
• Alcohol Prohibition (MSNBC)
A) Arrests for drunkenness and disorderly conduct up 41%
B) Homicides, Assaults, and batteries up 13%
C) Number of Federal convicts up 561%
D) Federal Prison Population up 366%
E) Total spending on penal institutions up 1,000%
Host “We have the same exact kind of enormous jumps in incarceration, crime, and prison expenditure under this current pot prohibition.”
• Each year the United States spends 350 billion dollars on the war on drugs.
• On any given day in the United States 1 in 9 African American males between the ages of 20 and 34 is incarcerated.
• Mexico declares war on drug cartels in December of 2006 (BBC)
A) 2006: 270 drug related deaths
B) 2009: 16,337 drug related deaths
• Judge Jim Gray (Reason TV)
– Stated In 1990 we were only half as successful in prosecuting homicides as we were in 1980 due to the Reagan administration ratcheting up the drug war. This due to prosecutorial resources being devoted to drug related “offenses”.
– In Holland marijuana use is legal for everyone 16 and older. Coffee shops include marijuana. The minister of health recently held a press conference in which he stated that marijuana use within his country was half that of the United States both for adults and teenagers. He claimed that they had succeeded in making pot “boring”.
• Drug offenders in prisons and jails have increased 1,100% since 1980. Nearly 6 in 10 persons in prison for a drug offense have no history of violence or high-level drug selling activity (November Coalition)
• According to the UN, drug prohibition has seen increases in the use of opiates, cocaine and marijuana to the effect of
-Opiates 34%
-Cocaine 27%
-Marijuana 8.5% (Worldwide presumably. CNN)
• According to DEA: (Google Tech Talks)
– 4 million drug users in 1965 (2% of overall population)
-112 million drug users in 2003 (46% of overall population)
• Wholesale cocaine costs 60% less / Heroin costs 70% less (Google Tech Talks)
• Heroin overdose rate: (Google Tech Talks)
– 1979 = 28 deaths per 100,000 users
– 2003 = 141 deaths per 100,000 users
• Approximately $30,000 per year per inmate
• 39 Million drug arrests under drug prohibition
• 1914 = 1.3% addicted to drugs/ 2002 = 1.3% addicted to drugs (Google Tech Talks)
• % of crimes resolved by arrest or other means (Google tech talks)
– 1965: Murders 91%
– 2006: Murders 60.7%, Forcible rape 40.9%, Robbery 25.2%, Aggravated Assault 54.0%, Burglary 12.6%, Larceny-theft 17.4%, Motor vehicle theft 12.6%
• Decriminalized Drugs
1. Netherlands 1976
2. Portugal 2001
3. Mexico 2009
4. Argentina 2009
• Marijuana use by tenth graders in Netherlands: 28% / Marijuana use by tenth graders in the United States 41% (Google Tech Talks)
• Marijuana use: U.S. Lifetime prevalence = 37% / Netherlands = 17% (Google Tech Talks)
• Heroin Use: U.S. Lifetime prevalence = 1.4% / Netherlands = 0.4% (Google Tech Talks)
• After decriminalization, Portugal drug use by ages 13-15 decreased by 25%/ 16-19 decreased by 22%
– Heroin overdose deaths decreased by 52%
– HIV infections reported by drug users decreased by 71% (Google Tech Talks)
• Netherlands homicide rate per 100,00 population: 1.5/ U.S. Homicide rate per 100,00 population 5.6 (Google Tech Talks)
• United States imprisons more of its’ own population than any country in the history of the world. (TV Show “QI”)
Cited video titles are listed as follows:
1. End the Failed War on Drugs — Cenk on MSNBC
2. Did You Know — War on Drugs Edition
3. Portugal Legalizes Drugs. Crime Usage Falls.
4. Mexico’s War on Drugs: War on Drugs Edition
5. United States of Prison
6. CNN: Time to End the War on Drugs?
7. Drug War Failure in Mexico
8. What Happened When Portugal Decriminalized Drugs?
9. The War on Drugs has Failed
10. Stephen Fry on American Prison Facts
11. Jim Gray on The Six Groups Who Benefit From Drug Prohibition

BBC Prison Statistics: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/spl/hi/uk/06/prisons/html/nn2page1.stm
Drug Prohibition Statistic Playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL970FD94A018B8275

“The prestige of government has undoubtedly been lowered considerably by the prohibition law for nothing is more destructive of respect for the government and the law of the land than passing laws which cannot be enforced. It is an open secret that the dangerous increase in crime in this country is closely connected with this.”
-Albert Einstein

“Prohibition will work great injury to the cause of temperance. It is a species of intemperance within itself, for it goes beyond the bounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man’s appetite by legislation, and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes. A Prohibition law strikes a blow at the very [most basic] principles upon which our government was founded.”
– Abraham Lincoln
For information as to why drugs are illegal see my answer here: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140105024131AA1kW4Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQit8wnYpiU (All videos combined into one)

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