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Holland Bans Magic Mushrooms

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posted on Apr, 26 2008 @ 08:31 AM
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Holland Bans Magic Mushrooms


news.sky.com

Holland is banning hallucinogenic "magic mushrooms" after several accidents, mostly involving tourists
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posted on Apr, 26 2008 @ 08:31 AM
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Sigh


Some people cant handle there DoC (Drug of Choice) and it spoils it for ever one else

Came up with some of my best Conspiracy's while in the holy city of dam and before this turns in to anti drug thread

If you Smoke or Drink Alcohol on a daily/weekly basis then that is far worse for you then a Twice a year trip to dam to free the mind



news.sky.com
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on Apr, 26 2008 @ 10:05 AM
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Now here is a controversial thread. The mushroom ban is indeed on the horizon. In polls the law to ban the drug is slightly favoured by the government although the left wing tends to see no reason too. It will be a rather tricky law to put together because when this mushroom is put on the opium list, it is forbidden to grow the thing. The dried mushroom is illegal but the fresh ones are not because of it growing in the wild so you virtually can’t forbid growing it. That particular maze in law enforcement leaves the drug being tolerated like weed is.

Now they want to ban it all together so the newbie tourists don’t hurt themselves and others whilst thinking they can fly to the moon without a proper countdown from flight control. There are some issues to be dissolved though. This mushroom, it seems, is in use for ages as a sacred trip to heaven. I never heard of the religion and I don’t think there are much ‘mushroomies’ left but when they ban the drug the religious purpose will be left out of the box (freedom of religion) And I think we’ll see one forgotten religion ‘speeding’ into the twenty-first century over night when the law is enforced.

The land owner thing is another hot item that is not easily overcome. If them being left out of the law you will see gardens full of mushrooms and innocent looking people stating to the police that they just came to grow where they grow. (hands in the air eyes to the heavens shouting hallelujahs.)

Now if the landowners are to be included in the law, it becomes rather nerve staking to be one.

This bill isn’t there yet.

It’s controversial one way or the other. By banning the drug it wont be, it’ll just plummet into darkness, finding it’s way to the market under the shroud of crime, thus getting mushroom dealers pushing the drugs in places were you don’t want it to be pushed. Schoolyards for example.

I am not pro drugs but do think it is better to have it distributed ‘legally’ then to lose it out of sight. There is some wisdom in tolerating ‘soft’ drugs. One is that you know where to flyer info on the drug or what the location is to get help losing the habit. Even sending ‘missionaries’ to talk to users is an option. Try that at your local dealer and live.




posted on Dec, 17 2008 @ 12:15 PM
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The mushroom is now officially illegal in the Netherlands, which is surely a conspiracy. The reasons the politicians give for putting the mushroom on the black list are totally crap.

In a country like Holland where we used to have the most freedom in the world it is unbelievable that they make a law against mushrooms and not against cannabis at the same time.

My guess is the government not only has become aware of the fact that mushrooms make communication possible with creatures from other dimensions, but they now decide that since there is a growing number of people becoming AWARE also they want to prevent it.

The question remains why?



[edit on 12/17/2008 by leapoffaith]



posted on Dec, 17 2008 @ 12:22 PM
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posted on Dec, 17 2008 @ 12:25 PM
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For the cost of one vacation to Amsterdam, a person could set themselves up for the rest of their lifetime. Or take a vacation to the Gulf Coast. Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida come to mind for cost conscious mental travelers.

Too bad about Amsterdam though. Man made poison like alcohol and narcotics do far more damage than God's own natural sacramental blessings.



posted on Dec, 17 2008 @ 12:27 PM
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you're right..people can't handle it and it is ruined now. one thing though is shroomies are not going to go away. people are not going to stop taking them now. we now have instant criminals. just add water, makes their own sauce

[edit on 17-12-2008 by thing fish]



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