ALCOHOL 4TH MOST DANGEROUS DRUG IN BRITISH DRUG STUDY! Weed SAFE! Jah Praise!

ALCOHOL 4TH MOST DANGEROUS DRUG IN BRITISH DRUG STUDY! Weed SAFE! Jah Praise!

In the biggest study of it’s kind and Alcohol has been shown to be the fourth most harmful substance in use in the UK, behind Methamphetamine, Heroin and Crack Cocaine.

Cannabis has been shown once again to be the least harmful drug in use by UK citizens.

If everyone is a criminal (or at least 8million in the UK) then does the law relating to the criminalisation of cannabis realistically have any application? I don’t think so.

If more people smoked weed at weekends, casualty wards all over the land would be empty, because when alcohol use goes down, violence goes down.

When cannabis use goes up, I speak for myself here, but I have never ‘kicked anyone’s head in’ (as would be the appropriate lingo for your average pissed up knobhead)

Peace and Groovy Vibes

Scone, Groovy

RUSSELL BRAND VS PETER HITCHENS ON NEWSNIGHT – UK DRUG POLICY

Here’s a clip from Newsnight of Russell Brand debating drug policy with the right wing editor of The Mail on Sunday, Peter Hitchens. Personally I think it’s brilliant that Brand is alerting the public to the need for a rapid rethink of our drugs policy in the UK.

Abstinence based recovery is the only way forward without knowing deep down that you are well and truly substance dependant. Brand is bang on! We need to urgently relax our attitude to a problem we will always have and need to tackle differently.

A point that Mr Brand failed to mention on Newsnight is that at least 50% or perhaps a far higher amount of class A/B/C drug users are not addicted, work full time jobs, and don’t have a destructive relationship with any drug. There are responsible users out there.

Also many many drugs are classed as ‘A’ when they have no addiction potential, and very little risk involved, certainly less than alcohol. For example, DMT, LSD, 2CB, 2CI and Cannabis Oil are all still classed as an ‘A’ in the eyes of the law, It is virtually impossible to get addicted (certainly not physically) to any of these drugs.

Good on you Russell for springing the issue further into the public consciousness.

Peace and Grooves

Scone

MENTAL CRAZY USA HOME TEENAGE DRUG TESTING KITS!!!! WTF!!!!?

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Initially I will begin by saying, that this is an infringement of school kids human rights (to get fucked up on smack and crack in school!) But seriously it is very bad news, but thankfully only for kids getting  trollyed on –

COCAINE, MDMA, OPIATES, METHAMPHETAMINE, BENZODIAZEPINES, OXYCODONE, CANNABIS

The key problem with parents or teachers drug testing teenagers is, the majority of people caught and disiplined will be for Cannabis for two reasons, firstly cannabis is the most commonly used, and secondly it stays in the system for the longest amount of time.

After a long weekend and plenty of fluids most people can flush out just about everything else!

And…… What about the hippy kids?

Because surely the groovier kids won’t be taking oxycodone and cocaine? What about the one’s who experiment with DMT, 5meo-DMT, 2-CI, 2-CE, 2-CB, AMT, Philocybin (magic mushrooms), LSD, Bromo Dragonfly, MDA, 25i-NBOM, 25c-NBOM, the list of psyche’s could go on for ever…

My point is – THIS DRUG TEST IS DISCRIMINATE AGAINST PEOPLE WHO TAKE MAINSTREAM AMERICAN DRUGS (as they are more likely to get caught)

AND IT GIVES ENJOYERS OF PSYCHEDELICS A VERY EASY RIDE AS THEY HAVE A LICENSE TO GET INCREDIBLY HIGH, AND TRIP BALLS IN LESSONS! AND COMPLETELY EVADE DETECTION!!!!

Has the U.S truly gone barking mad? Now I’m from the UK, and we don’t have schools and parents testing kids for drugs, which is the way it should be!

QUESTION – Why do sniffer dogs and drug testing kits, both only have the ability to test for a very small quantity of the variety of drugs out there?

Obviously dogs have a limit to acquirable knowledge (or so you would think) but we clearly don’t have the technology to test for and identify ANY random substance in the blood, correct me if i’m wrong,

That’s all for now my delicious readers,

Scone out, Groove on