posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 09:46 PM
My reply was not hate-filled, merely inquisitive, as you explained no reasoning for your statments, Mr. Messiah.
Not all other nations with those laws restricting drug use have those laws based on racism. However, here in the U.S., they are based on racism.
Opium, coc aine, marajuana, and heroin used to be legal, and a lot of people would use them, it was no big deal. Then, when people in the
government were trying to restrict immigration, they came up with the idea to ban opium, coc aine, marajuana, and heroin to keep out certain
ethnic groups. Opium-chinese; coc aine,heroin-blacks;marajuana-hispanic. Obviously, these laws were racist in nature.
What does you being an atheist have to do with anything, anyway? Huh? Just wanna get some attention, make yourself feel special, good about yourself?
"Oh! Look over here! I'm an atheist! That means I'm smart! I have to be if I'm an atheist! Hey! Pay attention to me!" That is kind of what I
imagine in my head after reading that. If you haven't noticed, the good guys aren't too abundant these days. You are right, the enemies in the
"war"s on terror and drugs are vague, not like in the cold war, where the enemy was communism, mainly russia and countries that russia supported.
That is a lot clearer than one man in a group of 500 with a plastic sack filled with heroin up his bunghole. Or one man out of 1500 in a town that is
going to blow up a cafe later that afternoon.
You think that good will prevail over "evil", just like some people think santa claus exists. For those people smuggling the drugs, and those using
them, they are doing a good job, they are good people. The pigs trying to stop them are horribly evil! So who is going to triumph then? Hmm?
Our nation wishes to solve our answers with guns simply because it is the easiest way, no diplomacy involved, no intelligent conversations or what
have you. Kind of like some police actions we are involved with right now. We could have thought it out a bit more before going in, but hey, what is
thinking good for?