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Question: Should all drugs be legalized?
Yes - 65 (34.8%)
No - 57 (30.5%)
Not all - 65 (34.8%)
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March 14, 2018, 12:47:14 PM
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i think it shuld be lealised. when the first generations of people start dying on the street people will realise they dont want to end up like that and stop doing it. its educational to have junkies out on the street. if you saw a junkie that has no teeth, that is homeless and hungry and crazy, before you took any hard drug you'd know where it can and will take you. as a substance enthusiast i have come to conclude that not all substances are ment for human consumption so maybe we shuld just let evolution run its course. the ones that want to inject toilette cleaning chems into them shuld be shown how it begins, how it is and how it ends. it's all fun and games until somebody you know dies. but hey, that is no reason to ban everything. governments are "protecting people" and "acting responsibly" so that people dont have to be responsibile themselves i think it's a wrong approach. but hey, weed is  almost legal now, who cares. BANNING DRUGS IN PUBLIC PLACES ON THE OTHER HAND IS A MUST. i dont want people snorting cocaine and shooting heroin or doing crystal meth in the street or a regular day cafe, just like i dont want them urinating on the street or having sex, or any other similar actions that are ment for your own privacy of your own four walls.
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March 14, 2018, 09:01:48 PM
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Some of the drugs, especially natural ones should be available legally to the ones with legal age. Synthetic durgs are dangerous, they are created to get rid of seriously strong viruses, bacteria & cancer cells. Or to get an advantage against an enemy in war. They shouldn't be handled by street dealers. Legalize it all the way and keep the synthetic ones in hospitals.

Right now, there isn't any regulations that are effective, no matter what they do, people are still selling drugs to minors in schools, which is way more dangerous.
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March 14, 2018, 09:57:21 PM
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This is a very sophisticated matter but I am certain that one thing is clear that the stupid dead on war on drugs policy which is normal around the globe is wrong and does not work.

And i can not emphasize enough that problem is not the drugs but the humans psychology .

There is so little going in to mental education and teaching emotional hygiene and so much going in to jailing people for drug trafficking, selling and worst of all - using them after they already are hooked.

I am not saying that we have to make everything available in the McDonalds but we have to slowly change the way we do things,/

I believe that legalization of weed is a good example which we can analyze and use for possible next steps. I strongly believe that some part of tax money from weed sells should be used to educate people.
what did society gain from legalization?
How many $$ we take away from crime syndicates?
How many lives we saved which were the conscience of drug-related crimes?

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March 15, 2018, 12:43:11 PM
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I not in favor of legalizing drugs. Even only 18 ywar old and above can buy it in the market. This will destroy the future our society. Because there are too many addict on the street. And i think our society will be more dagerous.
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March 19, 2018, 01:33:51 PM
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My vote is yes, for those over 18 years of age. I think all drugs should be available over the counter. Instead of creating black markets for drugs, why not have it open market and just propagandize the dangers?

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Wow. That's a pretty even split in votes. We're at 2/2/2!  Shocked

Edit2: 20 / 14 / 17. Legalization of all drugs is winning. Noice.

This will be up to how those drugs such as marijuana be used. If it deems that it may be beneficial to a person such as using it as a medical management in certain diseases, then they may reconsider drugs to be legalized  but with upmost restriction and with specifications because not all drugs were beneficial to one's health or had positive effects. With the idea of having it open in market, it is a good idea provided that they will disclose the whole information about a certain drug.
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March 20, 2018, 04:28:08 PM
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The liberalization of drugs aims to reduce the ban on drugs. Liberalization may consist of decriminalization of drugs or legalization of drugs.
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March 21, 2018, 05:51:42 AM
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I only ask for consistency. Either legalize drugs or ban the alcohol.
Both are equally harmful to people and society when abused and both should be treated equally.
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March 23, 2018, 08:11:27 AM
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My vote is yes, for those over 18 years of age. I think all drugs should be available over the counter. Instead of creating black markets for drugs, why not have it open market and just propagandize the dangers?

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Wow. That's a pretty even split in votes. We're at 2/2/2!  Shocked

Edit2: 20 / 14 / 17. Legalization of all drugs is winning. Noice.

Legalisation of all drugs is not a cure it does allows us to address
Many of the problems associated with drug use
These are created prohibition for an effective  drug policy.
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March 23, 2018, 08:21:34 AM
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depends on drugs. Is weed a drug?
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March 23, 2018, 09:55:06 AM
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I think not all drugs should be legalized as people who know some of their properties tend to misuse them for the purpose of getting stoned and the unfortunate part about this is people will always find other means to get them so this drug fight is far from over.
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March 23, 2018, 07:37:36 PM
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My vote is yes, for those over 18 years of age. I think all drugs should be available over the counter. Instead of creating black markets for drugs, why not have it open market and just propagandize the dangers?

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Wow. That's a pretty even split in votes. We're at 2/2/2!  Shocked

Edit2: 20 / 14 / 17. Legalization of all drugs is winning. Noice.

Like you said, " Instead of creating black markets for drugs ".
- Black market means legalize something illegal.
- Black market could be selling things that are dangerous

Like guns, people who are seeking for their own profit are selling drugs at black market. They don't care about the danger that their buyer will face. They only care about profit ( that's the seller vision about drugs selling )
Imagine if guns are legal and available at open market, and sold to the inappropriate person. Same as drugs, if drugs are legal and available for open market. Drugs consumption will raise in a large number and it will be even harder to control the negative effect of using drugs. I think drugs are not for selling, so they don't need to be open in the market. Only the appropriate person who can use drugs for them or for the others, like Doctors or etc.
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March 24, 2018, 08:12:33 PM
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March 25, 2018, 02:48:59 PM
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I am against prohibition because it does not bring money into the coffers of the state through taxes and above all leaves the business in the hands of organized crime. if I want to smoke a joint, I do it even if it's illegal. on heavy drugs like cocaine heroines are contrary, but a regularization of the substance would make it more pure and less "toxic". in conclusion, I am in favor of light drugs
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March 27, 2018, 11:59:01 PM
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My vote is yes, for those over 18 years of age. I think all drugs should be available over the counter. Instead of creating black markets for drugs, why not have it open market and just propagandize the dangers?

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Wow. That's a pretty even split in votes. We're at 2/2/2!  Shocked

Edit2: 20 / 14 / 17. Legalization of all drugs is winning. Noice.

I dont agree on this, because for me taking prohibited drugs is kind of maximun self destruction, and do you think the governments of leaders of the world would allow that?. It just like dropping your own nuke to your own country. Come on  Cool.
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March 28, 2018, 03:51:17 PM
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I think there is not this question, because it is very difficult to decide, what will be the best for all of the people on the world. Democracy say something, but on the other hand we must think about protection of the population...
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April 01, 2018, 04:07:24 PM
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I think drugs should be legal and regulated. With strict warning as to how they can mess a person's life up. It would at least drive violent drug dealers out of business. Of course corporations are in a sense just as bad as people. The people who run them that is.

I think I favor some drugs that are considerable enough to be legalize for distribution, with regulation of course.
There are good aspects on this that can be appreciated as much as benefited to the right people. Take for
instance Medical Marijuana, I think it's a good step making it legal, since government regulations comes
with the process. People who really need it might benefit well and their conditions alleviated.
As long as the proper authorities and powers are involved.
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April 02, 2018, 01:51:33 AM
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No, in the philippines drugs are not allowed. Pres.Duterte prupose a project that is called "Oplan Tokhang" which also means to elliminate/ Inprison the people who have been proven to use drugs. Not everyone can see the point, but the news reported a lot of killing activity such as "a father raped and killed her daugther". Drugs can do no good to people who does'nt know how to control it.
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April 02, 2018, 04:34:40 PM
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Drugs destroy people but not only, it destroys the family and random people who don't ask anything, and a family doesn't ask to be destroyed.



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Dont believe the hype.

The UN estimate there are over 200 million recreational drug users in the world of which only 10% of those have addiction issues.  The majority of drug users get high without any major consequences.

When big pharma release a new drug they also have small percentage of users that will experience bad side effects but that does not mean their drug is not acceptable and useful.

The war on drugs is a made up war and drug prohibition was created for political reasons not for health reasons.

The biggest drug dealer in the world is the CIA so as long as there is war on drug it is more profitable for them.

here is one example of how it should be.


Dr Shulgin who rediscovered a drug in 1973 and called it MDMA never expected it to be such a massive party drug.  He saw its therapeutic value.

MDMA or Molly in its purest form and at the right dose is not dangerous but the media have demonized it.

however for the last 15 yrs it has been studied and has gone through extensive testing and control groups  and now the FDA have licensed it for treating PTSD.

2 sessions on MDMA with a therapist cures PTSD for life.  

There are many other drugs that are 'illegal' and therefore 'dangerous' that have immense beneficial value for humans







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April 02, 2018, 07:30:57 PM
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Dr Shulgin who rediscovered a drug in 1973 and called it MDMA never expected it to be such a massive party drug.  He saw its therapeutic value.

MDMA or Molly in its purest form and at the right dose is not dangerous but the media have demonized it.

however for the last 15 yrs it has been studied and has gone through extensive testing and control groups  and now the FDA have licensed it for treating PTSD.

2 sessions on MDMA with a therapist cures PTSD for life.  

There are many other drugs that are 'illegal' and therefore 'dangerous' that have immense beneficial value for humans



Totally agree with you man, I was born in country with strong anti-propaganda about drugs. But when I started to travel around the world, I´ve met a lot of people smoking weed, taking MDMA and cocaine. And they were absolutely normal, may be, even more normal that the majority. They had good jobs and open mind. Also I've started to found more and more articles about positive effect of MDMA and where top CEO's from Silicon Valley use MDMA and cocaine, and all the things run smoothly.
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April 03, 2018, 12:18:38 PM
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Dr Shulgin who rediscovered a drug in 1973 and called it MDMA never expected it to be such a massive party drug.  He saw its therapeutic value.

MDMA or Molly in its purest form and at the right dose is not dangerous but the media have demonized it.

however for the last 15 yrs it has been studied and has gone through extensive testing and control groups  and now the FDA have licensed it for treating PTSD.

2 sessions on MDMA with a therapist cures PTSD for life.  

There are many other drugs that are 'illegal' and therefore 'dangerous' that have immense beneficial value for humans



Totally agree with you man, I was born in country with strong anti-propaganda about drugs. But when I started to travel around the world, I´ve met a lot of people smoking weed, taking MDMA and cocaine. And they were absolutely normal, may be, even more normal that the majority. They had good jobs and open mind. Also I've started to found more and more articles about positive effect of MDMA and where top CEO's from Silicon Valley use MDMA and cocaine, and all the things run smoothly.

thanks man

If anyone wants to know the real reason prohibition came into place it is fully explained in this book by Christopher Snowden.


https://velvetgloveironfist.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/art-of-suppression.html
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