(12-06-2015, 05:09 AM)SpiritMasonChazz Wrote:
There probs they create are our probs. I think they have bigger probs they want to inflict on humanity. Gov is just a gathered representation from the people for the people. The prob is them and they are growing out of control and not in touch with real life and balance.
They are all legitimate mafia. Every last one of them. In truth, we form government to ensure and protect the freedom that is already inherently ours.
When governments overstep that boundary they become legal mafia, and are useless crosses we carry around.
(12-06-2015, 05:08 AM)JayRodney Wrote: It would ƒükk up the US prison industrial complex. While Obama attempts to stay "cool" and "relevant", it's obvious as hell he's ƒükking pwned by the banks, big pharma and insurance lobbyists.
Must suck to be their bitch.
Can't go setting the cash cow free.
I am not your rolling wheels, I am the highway
I am not your carpet ride I am the sky
I am not your blowing wind, I am the lightning
I am not your autumn moon, I am the night
They only care about preservation of the status quo.
You know, any time the US declares war on this or that... it's a given it will fail miserably.
But as common sense would dictate, rather than end the war on everything, they just keep ramping it up.
The corruption is overwhelming.
The US has another year of that bullshit to somehow endure.
Amazing how the left and their cheerleaders the MSM seem all progressive and shït on the surface, but just right underneath the fluffy PC/SJW rhetoric are establishment right wing corporate fascists.
10 years ago, I was accused of working for the DNC at GLP, I was a really strong supporter. The current US regime left me so disenfranchised I had to run away screaming.
I don't do the cognitive dissonance corporate hippie thing very well.
Okay so I had some time to collect my thoughts on this and Trudeau specifically mentions restricted access on one hand and Canadian youth on the other, so it may be that the restrictions would pertain to youth under a certain age. Because some studies do show using THC regularly damages a growing brain function. If this is his aim, then I would agree with this course of action, that is, if he can fund more studies on this because the existing studies leave more questions unanswered.
"But there's an important caveat here: Those who used the most marijuana in the Meier study had lower IQs to begin with. Dr. Gregory Tau, a psychiatrist and drug abuse researcher at Columbia University, says there's a chicken-and-egg dilemma with many marijuana studies, including this one.
"It's very possible that there's something very different to begin with among teenagers who tend to get into trouble with marijuana or who become heavy users," Tau says. "They could have subtle emotional differences, perhaps some cognitive functioning differences."
Maybe everyone needs cognitive dissonance acceptance and 'how to deal' classes?
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