The majority of recreational cannabis consumers are content to take their chances with the law instead of choosing to change the laws, hiding in the shadows out of the line of site from the well-armed and well-funded drug warriors fighting this so-called war on drugs.
The majority of cannabis activists are patients who must confront the law to change the laws out of medical necessity, forced to the frontline, which places them directly in line of site of the well-armed and well-funded drug warriors fighting this so-called war on drugs.
This poses a serious problem to ending this so-called war on drugs, the war on all people who consume cannabis, when it is our casualties fighting the battles while our able bodied seek shelter from the melee.
This war will not end until those of us who are abled stand up and speak out for ourselves, and those who are disabled, and tell our elected leaders that it is time to end marijuana prohibition to usher in the new age of peace and prosperity for all peoples.
- The Geography Of Drug Prohibition (andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com)
- Former Mexican President’s Passionate Call to the US: Stop Bloodshed And Legalize Drugs (talesfromthelou.wordpress.com)
- California Medical Association Calling For Medical Cannabis (hailmaryjane.com)
- SFist Tonight, 10/23: ‘Shake That Sin,’ The War on Drugs, ‘Aurelie Laflamme’s Diary’ (sfist.com)
- Former Mexican President, Vincente Fox, Blames U.S. for Mexican Drug War Casualties (hailmaryjane.com)
- Why More Americans Support Legalization of Marijuana (cherrygurl28.wordpress.com)
- Corruption Through the Ages (cherrygurl28.wordpress.com)
- Mexico and the War on Drugs: Time to Legalize (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- Who should control the cannabis market? (ozdrugpolicy.wordpress.com)
- California Medical Association Backs Legalization Of Marijuana (inquisitr.com)
- Stand Up and Speak Out: High Time To End Marijuana Prohibition (trixterphillips.wordpress.com)