In case you didn’t know, here is a list of links to information about the on-going atrocity that is the denial of pain medicine to people who are suffering.
Healing the Sick
Shining Light in the Dark
Freeing the Captives
Feeding the Hungry
We are Legalizers.
Without legalization there is no hope.
— Legalizing Doesn’t Mean Proselytizing —
Legalization Can Instantly Reduce:
Deaths, Disease, Crime, Corruption, & Addiction
Like Harm Reduction?
Legalization is the Good, Better and Best option to do so.
Please don’t make the perfect the enemy of the good.
Ummm…it’s not a place you want to send your kids.
Drug War killings proof of lawlessness
http :// www . ManilaTimes . Net / drug-killings-proof-of-lawlessness-ai/281953/
THE wave of “terrifying” drug killings is an indication of lawlessness and not crime control, human rights group Amnesty International (AI) said on Wednesday.
Following in the failed steps of United States drug laws as promoted by the likes of …
Looking for someone other than me to inform you on various aspects of history with regards to opium and heroin?
19:12 […] [Jesus] has a name written on him that no one knows but he himself.
3:12 […] I [Jesus] will write on him the name of my God and the name of the city of my God, the new Jerusalem, which is coming down out of heaven from my God; and I will also write on him my new name.
2:17 […] I [Jesus] will also give him a white stone with a new name written on it, known only to him who receives it.
Fred Morris, a preacher for 61 years, spent 33 of them in Latin America and tells LEAP about his encounter with a CIA agent bringing drugs INTO the United States.
Prohibitionists Say Squeezing Drugs Out of Society Works, Jack A. Cole Proves Prohibition Causes the Opposite
In this short video John P. Walters reassuringly implies to the students, faculty and attendees of a debate about drug re-legalization that Drug War and Prohibition work, it’s just a matter of squeezing them out of society, thus achieving a drug free world.
What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul?
- Reporter, host, and producer for the Drug Truth Network
- Former Military Police
- Speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
- Nonresident Research Associate - James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy - Rice University
- Partner - Drug Policy Alliance
- Board Member - Drug Policy Forum of Texas
- Board Member - National African American Forum
- Board Member - End Mass Incarceration - Houston
- Board Member - Christians Against Prohibition
The website featuring the book is: EndTheDrugWar.us. It currently features an excerpt, the index of interview subjects (from Donald Abrams, to Kevin Zeese), quotes from early reviewers, and of course some links to buy it in various formats.
To visit, learn more, and buy the book
Easter: Jesus Arrested in SWAT Raid via Snitch, Threatened with Overwhelming Punishment by Prosecutors, and Later Murdered!
Roughly 2,013 years-ago Yeshua (Jesus) lay dead in a cave, the victim of intense persecution by the religious, political, economic, and military leaders of the day.
Neill Franklin’s Personal Journey Learning that Violence and Tragedy Inevitably Arise from Prohibition
When Neill Franklin started out undercover he was told not to carry a gun, “drug dealers don't carry guns. Everyone will know you’re a cop. Carry a switchblade.”
Yet another needless and pain-filled death caused by the prohibitionists and their supporters.
Evil drug prohibition laws caused another needless, shame filled, and painful death; foreshadowing what awaits the Prohibitionists and their supporters.*
Confused or befuddled as to why anyone would ever take drugs? Ever hear someone say there are a million reasons why people use drugs? Or perhaps you think there is only one reason why people take drugs: they are loser druggies just looking to get high? Did you know Jesus was accused of that? Whatever the harshest words were at the time, I’m sure those were the ones used against him.
In this essay you will learn of the few key reasons — the isolated variables — as to why people have tried — and why people use — drugs.
The few key reasons why people have tried — and why people use — drugs, all can have a range of inclusion from zero to significant. The variable Time works with this model and is not rejected but respected.
Dear Drug Policy Reform Advocates,
I would like to see us use another term for addiction other than disease.
Over the years and decades, a lot has been written with regard to the "moral decay" of society in the United States, and even other countries around the world.