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Neo-Nazis: Jews are trying to get America stoned on legal Marijuana!

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posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 04:45 PM
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originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: nwtrucker

originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: nwtrucker

originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: nwtrucker

Valid point. A glass of wine at dinner isn't illegal....last time I checked.


Neither will Cannabis be illegal once it's legalised.

Funny thing that.

And while they are sipping their relaxing, mind-altering glass of wine "messing with thought, mood, production and even driving" (to use your quote) they are, in practically the same breath, deriding cannabis smokers for doing EXACTLY the same thing.

Unbelievable.


Spare me your indignation. Using a glass of wine, or any booze for that matter, as a justification to legalize pot...and the trend won't end there, will it,.. is bull.




I can't let nonsense, lies and hypocrisy surrounding the subject be allowed to stand.

You have been influenced too much by "Reefer Madness" in your criticism of cannabis.


No nonsense at all. The thread refers to cannabis. In fact, I am anti-drug. Period. Compared to other drugs cannabis is a minor issue. I am anti-drug. All of them.

I would promote the nation toward less drugs, not more. No comrpomise.


Do you drink? Do you enjoy that glass of wine with dinner that you referenced earlier?

If so then you are NOT anti-drug and you are a hypocrite - just like most others who deride cannabis.


Uh, huh, So by your logic, if you support legalization of pot, but not heroin, then your the hypocrite. The legalization of pot but not ALL drugs, your a hypocrite.

So does the same logic apply to you?
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posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 04:46 PM
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a reply to: nwtrucker

Sorry I missed your answer do you drink? partake in a little booze every now and then?.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 04:54 PM
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originally posted by: MikeA

originally posted by: nwtrucker
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

Sure has been a lot of money 'invested' in these links.......


Big Pharma must love it.

FYI. I'm anti-drugs of any form. Less, not more. Less popular. Less accepted. Not more. No compromise.


I am anti-DEA bs restrictions. I take oxycontin prescribed by my doctor for a broken back caused by a drunk not a stoner. I take a legal document to a legal pharmacy and then HOPE they have enough to fill it. Why, because they are only allowed to order so many pills at a time. They are not allowed to tell me if they have them over the phone. I have to go to each store with my script. I can get no more than a 30 day supply. My insurance won't fill it early so I have to plan around it. I can't get it filled outside of Arizona, and on and on. Bottom line, I can get all the pills I want off the street easier than I can by legal means. No law will ever stop people from doing something. The only people effected by laws are the ones who were not the problem in the first place.


I have a bottle of it here. Recent shoulder surgery. You can have it. Took two the first night and wouldn't give that poison to my worst enemy.

The stuff will or already has messed you up. The drunk is no better than the stoner. You know perfectly well why there are the barriers to easy access to it.

Personally, I couldn't care less about your convenience in obtaining it.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:11 PM
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originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: nwtrucker

originally posted by: SaturnFX

originally posted by: nwtrucker
FYI. I'm anti-drugs of any form. Less, not more. Less popular. Less accepted. Not more. No compromise.



Thanks Dad, but I'll make my own decisions on my body....you can feel free to do what you want with yours.


No problem, son. Mess with me or mine in your stoned state? You'll be messing with my rights....


Name 1 "stoner" that's ever messed with anyone. Just 1. Being stoned doesn't make you violent, it makes you want to eat munchies, play video games, be creative, create art and music, admire the world around you and, of course, post on ATS - among MANY other peaceful and non-violent activities.

Thank you, however, for confirming, with your nonsense and falsities about "stoners", that you have completely succumbed to "Reefer Madness"


Yawn. Oh, let's see. Where was all the protest on the Cheech and Chong movies, then??? A bit exaggerated. But not much. Stoners.

There are many who react with sadness- if not indifference- when someone they're close to are stoned compared to when they are straight.

Fully as pathetic as a drunk.

Of course, the drunk will argue with indignation that he can do as he pleases, as well.

Passive? Yes. Unless it becomes part of a drug 'cocktail' that is becoming the norm in this society. The vastly increased strength of it...up our way it's known as 'B.C. Bud'.

Yes, I have personal experience in combining booze with a doobie in my youth and it was scary and dangerous. Having worked in a drug rehab, yes stoners in rehab, as well.

This is truth. I don't lie. I have better things to do than piss off stoners, pushers and those with financial interests in spreading the wealth of drug production beyond Big Pharma at the expense of our children and society, overall.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:14 PM
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a reply to: nwtrucker

Remind me never to invite you to any party.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:14 PM
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originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

originally posted by: nwtrucker
Don't 'hate' any of 'em. I fear for the future of this society. This is but one of those fears.

A pox on ALL of them.


So here in the "Land of the Free", how many people is too many locked behind bars getting routinely humiliated / brutally oppressed / beaten / gang raped / shanked for years on end while being socialized into becoming hardcore criminals for bad habits / addictions / stuff that annoys you / bad personality traits / social deviance / etc??

A. 3,000,000
B. 5,000,000
C. 10,000,000
D. 50,000,000
E. 100,000,000

And have you ever been tested for being a psychopath / sociopath?

Did you kill lots of baby puppies and kittens as a child?



False. The vast majority are in prison for pushing drugs. Criminal activities in obtaining those drugs or money. You know it or should.

There's no room for mere 'users'. But then users enjoy that 'bliss'.....



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:16 PM
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Is it even true that Jews are behind the legalization of marijuana? I see no evidence



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:26 PM
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originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: nwtrucker


Choice, choice. Here's MY choice. I disagree.

As far as the semantics of state rights, goes, none is supplanted. Jurisdiction rules. If your in Washington St.- I am- don't bring your pot on Federal turf. Your ass will be grass.....


And what happened to the government shouldn't decide for the people?

I can't count how many times I've seen you slam liberals for wanting big government, yet here you are advocating billions spent a year between DEA, DOJ, prisons and taking away billions in revenue for states who have legalized.

What do you say to the states legalizing having less problems with real drugs? Using some of the revenues for schools and rehab programs for people with problems?

That's less taxes for you.

But let's not forget the truth. Many people who are to clingy to ideology want a country of like minded thinkers, not a free one. And that goes for the left as much as the right.

The real America is one of liberty, one of freedom of thought. So long as what you do doesn't hurt me, I don't care.

But in this case, what you advocate does hurt me and millions of Americans, whether it's lack of rights or paying taxes on laws passed to protect other industries like lumber and big pharma.

Sounds great, but the moral busybody handwringers freak out when they realize their neighbor may be having more fun than them. Can't have that. outlaw pot, porn, booze, sex out of wedlock, rock music, dresses above the knee, swearing, etc etc...the killjoy crowd has always been around. It serves as a marker to show how far we've come as a society of liberties when they become more and more redfaced that people are doing what they want.

I always laugh at the puritans who claim small government and states rights, then immediately want sweeping federal programs in your bedroom, parlor, den, etc. hypocrites is putting it mildly.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:27 PM
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originally posted by: darkbake
Is it even true that Jews are behind the legalization of marijuana? I see no evidence


More importantly, who cares. the people support it.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:33 PM
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a reply to: CriticalStinker

It you who is promoting it. Not my ignorance. I highly doubt you've worked in a drug rehab.

My experience, both personal and professional is what my views are based on. In general, all drug use is mind altering. Therefore perception altering.Yes, pot is comparatively benign. These days, cock-tailed, that isn't the case.

Yes, on occasion I will pair a glass of wine with the meal. I would forgo that pleasure if it was banned and would give it up totally, if my daughter gave up her efforts to become a wine expert. I can visibly see the changes even one glass causes to my beloved daughter. I loath it.

I believe I'm not the only one who feels that way, but apparently, I'm the only one to voice it.

Less drugs is better. Not even more.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:36 PM
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I never thought i would see Neo - Nazi and Jew in the same sentence


Can someone Please , please send them round to mine - i am all out and had to settle for a nice Merlot wine



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:38 PM
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originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: nwtrucker


A stoned society is a less safe one. Less productive. I say change your life, not the current chemical content of one's brain.


That's your opinion.

For those of us who have smoked and held high profile jobs.... Well, your comment just seems silly.

Ever heard of the law of diminishing returns? Sometimes being stressed and uptight can be as debilitating as anything. Notice more Americans are on anti depressants per capita than most developed countries.

Mental health is different for everyone.

And we're talking about something less harmful than caffeine. So if it doesn't hurt, why do you care?


Less harmful than caffeine? There's proof positive for my views. LMAO.

It does hurt. The momentum is to more and more drugs. More acceptability, more profit. All your points strike as nothing but justification. Rationale. No more, no less.

I envision a drug free society. Not a drug dominated one. But that's just me.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:41 PM
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a reply to: nwtrucker


While I don't agree with your stance on pot, I will always defend your right to say it.


I don't "partake" (as the kids say).



But I've always found that laws like seatbelts, helmets for motorcycles, personal use of drugs, to be inhibitive of individual freedoms.



And I'm all about the freedom.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:41 PM
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originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: nwtrucker


Choice, choice. Here's MY choice. I disagree.

As far as the semantics of state rights, goes, none is supplanted. Jurisdiction rules. If your in Washington St.- I am- don't bring your pot on Federal turf. Your ass will be grass.....


And what happened to the government shouldn't decide for the people?

I can't count how many times I've seen you slam liberals for wanting big government, yet here you are advocating billions spent a year between DEA, DOJ, prisons and taking away billions in revenue for states who have legalized.

What do you say to the states legalizing having less problems with real drugs? Using some of the revenues for schools and rehab programs for people with problems?

That's less taxes for you.

But let's not forget the truth. Many people who are to clingy to ideology want a country of like minded thinkers, not a free one. And that goes for the left as much as the right.

The real America is one of liberty, one of freedom of thought. So long as what you do doesn't hurt me, I don't care.

But in this case, what you advocate does hurt me and millions of Americans, whether it's lack of rights or paying taxes on laws passed to protect other industries like lumber and big pharma.


I loath Big Pharma. I believe you supporters are duped by their intentions and goals. I have no problem with free thinkers. I have a problem with a drug dominated society.

It does hurt you. You just ignore it. Or couldn't care less.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:41 PM
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I watched a program last night on tv, that highlighted some of the fake articles from Russia that encouraged strife and conflict between American Blacks and Whites, even going so far as to arrange protests.

I wonder if this could be some of their mess, in an effort to cause unrest and conflict with our Jewish community?

I would be very wary of this.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:44 PM
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originally posted by: CriticalStinker

originally posted by: nwtrucker

originally posted by: NobodyToldMe

originally posted by: nwtrucker

originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: Southern Guardian

Yanks are big enough and ugly enough to get stoned (legally or illegally) all-by-themselves - the law has, is and will continue to be ignored in this regard. No jews, no Trumps, no Sessions and most certainly no politically divisive racists will ever change this little factoid.






There are plenty who do not get stoned, as well. That includes English, Canadians....et al. Many who obey laws. Many who dislike stoners with their 'natural' mind altering chemicals messing with thought, mood, production and even driving.

The rest? I suppose the signal example would be the professional athlete who loses 100s of thousands in pay to indulge. Profoundly....dumb.


Man you must really hate alcohol then. I mean hate with a passion. Do you protest in front of your local package store? Not go to any restaurant that serves the Devil's Drink?

You better or you are just a hypocrite spouting #e.


Don't 'hate' any of 'em. I fear for the future of this society. This is but one of those fears.

A pox on ALL of them.


There are plenty of oppressive governments with all kind of laws you'd like.

If you don't like freedom there are plenty of choices for you to go to.

Some of us want more freedom, or rather revert back to what the country was built on before it got micromanaged.


Your drug freedom effects those of use that don't use. Workers, family members, friends. Transportation.

You and your ilk seems blind to it. There are a few of use that aren't. Difference of opinion, I suppose.

Personally, methinks you all protest too much.....



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:46 PM
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originally posted by: testingtesting
a reply to: nwtrucker

Sorry I missed your answer do you drink? partake in a little booze every now and then?.


Used to. These days, maybe a glass of wine paired with a meal once a week or two. To forego you 'ahah', I would not even do that if it was illegal and would gladly give up even that small indulgence, if asked.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:47 PM
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originally posted by: testingtesting
a reply to: nwtrucker

Remind me never to invite you to any party.


We are of accord.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:51 PM
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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: nwtrucker


While I don't agree with your stance on pot, I will always defend your right to say it.


I don't "partake" (as the kids say).



But I've always found that laws like seatbelts, helmets for motorcycles, personal use of drugs, to be inhibitive of individual freedoms.



And I'm all about the freedom.





I can't argue that your wrong, either. What's going on drug-wise in this country is unbelievably dire. Worse, the lack of interest in that fact or the indifference to it, speaks to me that we don't have long left as a society.

My interest is in my daughter and my grandchildren's, politically, morally and the lack of concern beyond mere personal freedom and convenience. JMO, though.



posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 05:52 PM
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originally posted by: nwtrucker

originally posted by: testingtesting
a reply to: nwtrucker

Sorry I missed your answer do you drink? partake in a little booze every now and then?.


Used to. These days, maybe a glass of wine paired with a meal once a week or two. To forego you 'ahah', I would not even do that if it was illegal and would gladly give up even that small indulgence, if asked.


But who gives one the right to take away your right to do it if you want to, if it doesn't hurt anyone?

That's the point.

Sounds like you're anti-freedom.
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