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Wenn man ehrlich ist, hat das Verbot nichts gebracht. Heutzutage ist die Beschaffung von Cannabis genauso einfach, wie sich Zigaretten an der Tankstelle zu holen. Im Gegenteil.
Das amerikanische Modell zur Cannabisregulierung sollte uns als bestes Beispiel dienen. Alles wird versteuert. Was ich auch von sehr hoher Bedeutung finde, ist, dass chronisch Kranken, die Cannabis zur Linderung ihrer Leiden konsumieren, der Zugang erleichtert wird. Vielmehr einen kontrollierten und verantwortungsvolleren Umgang mit Cannabis. Liane D. Cannabis wird dabei systematisch erst seit den 30er Jahren des Die Abgabe des Cannabis kann z.
Opiate, Amphetamine gestellt werden. Darauf sollten Suchtforschung, Suchthilfepraxis und vor allem Suchtpolitik vorbereitet und mit Antworten versehen sein. Menschen mit psychischen Problemen z. Die biographisch relevanten Entscheidungen sollten auf der Basis fundierten Wissens und reflektierter Informationen geschehen. Diese Effekte werden im Bereich des Cannabiskonsums besonders deutlich.
Diese Politik hat sich inzwischen als Irrweg erwiesen und sollte in Bezug auf Cannabis schleunigst beendet werden.
Zum Zweiten wird die notwendige Erweiterung der medizinischen Versorgung mit Cannabis genannt. He looks for contrary evidence suggesting the War Against Drugs has been a good, positive campaign. None of them wish to return to a criminalization response to cannabis use. What Colorado and Washington States did was decriminalize possession of a small amount of cannabis that can be bought from licensed shops or a small amount can be cultivated at home for personal use. But decriminalization is a start for a permanent state of peace between governments and drug users.
Hari suggests that this is the direction we are heading but the world is years away from the first stage of decriminalization. Legalization appears to be down an even longer road. How long? Who really knows? Hari reminds us that in B. In our past, in other words, there was no war against drugs. This is a recent invention, like the war against terror. A metaphor expanding war to contain enemies who are largely hedonists or true believers, and to throw them into a battlefield.
What had been legal conduct had been made by law criminal conduct. This happened in the s, and Hari takes us through Ansingler baiting the American population with racial hatred Latinos who were blamed for the evils of cannabis. For example Ansingler apparently had absolutely no problem convincing the Americans that cannabis would turn a normal person into a slavering murderer.
Hari says we laugh at that now, because almost most people sooner or later have been exposed to someone who is stoned, and in experience over decades not a single stoned pot-smoking slavering murderer has been found among the non-slavering killers arrested by the police. But in people believed it to be true no one thought of examining whether the science proved that hypothesis. We can easily fall into the Dunning-Krueger trap of believing ourselves to be superior in knowledge, ability, and intellect to others, and quite unable to see our own limitations that lead to misery and death.
Hubris and subjective, instinctual beliefs have acted as the squadron leader for military adventures against people with different beliefs and values. The War on Terror like the War Against Drugs is an organized death march against people with values and behavior we fear. Like when Cheney, Rumsfeld, and Bush, Jr.
When both wars started—the war on drugs and the Iraq war—there were shared communities that united not just by religion but by association with racial hatred, prejudice, extreme ideology, and a threat of sufficient emotional wallop that leads to hysteria. Ansingler and Bush both showed how the only talent required is the skill to deepen fear until hysteria sets in and at that tipping point no one is asking for facts, or very few and that are dismissed as traitors, and you get your war.
One day people may look at Bush and his officials and laugh, how did people believe such lies? We can say that because we patronize those who lived 80 years ago because they had no way to knowing otherwise.
They were exactly like us. Fear soothes doubts and the rational concern to support action with facts. Instead we only get subjective opinion. Deliberative Literature is a pushback against those who use subjective opinions to stoke fear in order to acquire, maintain and exercise power especially the exclusive right to use violence against others.
What started with racial incitement against the Latinos became the bedrock of a de facto apartheid program in many states and large cities. In the last couple of decades the super rich are regular features online and in the print media. We have discovered what this means—a huge amount of wealth and income has been distributed to sports stars, entertainers, technological moguls, and inheritance.
Being born into a rich family means you have a valet to help pull up your bootstraps. The poor and uneducated in Columbia, Mexico and Southeast Asia, not to mention Africa, are rarely in the running in the international competition for the super-wealth status.
In Prohibition, the criminalization is a sure way for the poor to become super rich or dead or both. Attach illegality to some product or service that makes people feel good—one that exploits chemical hooks to reduce the edge of fear, depression, boredom, or loneliness—and the results will be predictable.
People want to be free of those shadows that befall them. Drugs, booze, cigarette, sex. Not everyone wants to meditate. People want a social way out, which takes them out of their head. Then the real fear starts as those who have found an unlimited supply of workers to sell a highly demanded product for a huge profit. Hari illustrates that never has a war so enriched a criminal class in the name of saving the ordinary citizen, their children and family from taking drugs.
Hari is good at highlighting the hypocrisy of someone like Harry Ansingler who arranged a long terms supply of heroin to an addicted US senator in return for his return for the prohibition against drugs. Also as Ansingler was dying of cancer he passed the rest of his days injected with morphine, transporting him into a state of calm where he might avoid pain and suffering and the knowledge of the pain and suffering he had released onto the world.
Every country would carve faces into their Fear Mountain. As the wise man says, the future is always ahead of us; we never occupy anything other than the present, trying to understand the scrambled events of the past, and to predict what plausible state of affairs will likely come next.
We mostly get the past and the future wrong but that never stops us from seeking answers and believing our answers are mostly right when in reality our instincts have proved an unreliable guide. We need to adjust our attitude to the meaning of victory when it comes to war.
If it were that, the biggest, meanest, most heavily armed and technologically advanced nation would always win. As America foreign wars have shown since the end of WWII you can still lose the meter race even though you are the fastest runner because in reality it was never a meters it was a marathon through an unmarked, alien landscape.
The Japanese and Germans were completely and utterly defeated and a new economy and political structure was rebuilt after the war ended. That created an expectation about the meaning of war, victory and peace.
Unfortunately the expectation of victory has proved illusory and a dangerously wrong guide to the outcome of military campaigns in the post-WWII world. Kukris shows evidence of the losing hand dealt to superpowers in waging conflict. By the nature of conflict had also changed from wars between nation states to internal conflict within nation states.
Until, of course, the established order is painted with the brushstroke of terrorism. No wonder most people remain confused who are the good guys and bad downloads.