The War on Drugs is a War on the People

By Adam Withnall – Independent

‘War on Drugs’ has made no difference to number of users and actively harms public health, major study concludes

The five-decade long international “War on Drugs” started by US president Richard Nixon has harmed the public health and should be scrapped in favour of a process of decriminalisation, a major new report has concluded.

Anti-drug policies and laws have had “no measurable impact on supply or use” and cannot be justified on scientific or public health grounds, according to the authors of study commissioned by the Johns Hopkins Ivy League university and The Lancet.


Barry Obomber telling the truth for once .

The report presents “compelling evidence” that countries such as Portugal and the Czech Republic have decriminalised non-violent minor drug offences with positive results, including “public health benefits, cost savings, lower incarceration [rates] and no significant increase in problematic drug use”.

Urging action from countries such as the US and UK which still have highly strict drugs policies, the authors called on governments to consider “regulated markets” for cannabis like those in Uruguay and the US states of Washington, Colorado, Oregon and Alaska.(continued at source).

Cultocracy note :

The war on drugs in the UK has been used as an excuse to target & criminalize individuals & whole communities . Meanwhile the state security apparatus has grown disproportionately into a bloated tool of oppression with bulging coffers . The war on drugs is a racket & has developed into a method of control created by self serving parasitical cultocrats aimed directly at the lower stratas of society . The War on Drugs is a War on the People .

Related :

  1. The cost of drug laws: £16 billion
  2. The day police told Parliament to end the war on drugs
  3. The rest of the world is leaving Britain behind on drug reform
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