War on Drugs
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The War on Drugs -- Actually, the term is a misnomer. There is no war on penicillin or atorvastatin. Rather, the substances targeted by the War on Drugs have one thing in common: they have psychoactive effects that many people want to experience. These effects may be those, like hallucinations, that the state does not ever want you to experience; or those, like empathy, that the state does not mind you experiencing, but only by means that the state approves. Here are some thoughts about the ...
1967, The Diggers declared “death” of the hippie movement and burned an effigy of a hippie in Golden Gate Park. The Haight-Ashbury scene had deteriorated, it simply could not accommodate the influx of hundreds of thousands of hippies. Many hippies, some no older than teenagers, took to living on the street, panhandling, and drug dealing. Malnourishment, disease, and drug addiction grew prominent in the Haight community. The moved died in the Haight but was still alive in the U.S. "Baby Boome...
The Hypocrites Iron Fist - The PC Movement in light of the War on Drugs - (TRULY EPIC! image HEAVY!), page 1 - 7/16/16 - n my recent and short period of SJW realization, some of my first impressions of this whole affair is it's beyond any metric in boundless hypocrisy than anything I've observed before it, and 'this is all like some crazy mass Social Group Warfare (SGW) agenda'. The meaning of such an "SGW agenda" is another analysis for another day.