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"WASHINGTON — Aspiring FBI agents who once dabbled in marijuana use won't be barred from getting a job with the elite crime-fighting agency, which has loosened its drug policy amid a campaign to hire hundreds of agents.
"It encourages honesty and allows us to look at the whole person," Berkin said of the revised policy. He said it was too early to tell whether the new standard has encouraged an increasing number of applicants as the FBI attempts to hire 221 agents and 121 intelligence analyst
...I recently read the book "The Secret" and it discusses a "universal knowledge" and the "law of attraction". It explains that people need to teach themselves to connect with these powers in order to achieve what they want out of life and for those who master the techniques, they truly have their own "genie in a bottle" because they actually can make all good things happen.
I honestly think that MJ actually helps people to connect to that "universal knowledge" and the more people that realize this and begin to use it the right way, the more power they will have over the controlling government.
...Since the government is already aware of this, they would know it's in their best interest to keep it illegal.
Originally posted by ADVISOR
The same thing has occured with the CIA as well, check out their site. The job descriptions, state that use over one year is waiverable. Not in those exact words, but that is the general meaning.
Seems our gov is hard up for bodies. Too bad they have such a crappy rep, they would be able to actract decent people.