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The Sociopolitical Blog Entry from Dark Enlightenment's blog

The House of Representatives approved a far-reaching measure on Thursday to prevent the Department of Justice from interfering with state marijuana laws, including those allowing recreational use, cultivation and sales.

It is naive to proclaim it is NOT a matter of time for national legalization and those obligatory federal taxes that will follow,  but does it need to go any further than this?  Does big government need to step on the state's right to autonomy ? 


All states regulating themselves seems ideal.  Why does 'big brother' need to force ALL states into utopic leftist submission? Why can't that godforsaken fence when it is kicked the fuck over identify itself as kicked the fuck over?  The west coast states have Cannabis rights and all gender restrooms, while Oklahoma has God and Jesus bird licence plates. 


Yet, It is ok for a conservative to appeal to a large government when Planned Parenthood clinics are killing masses of dividing cells that deserve that chance to divide! You must acknowledge their theocracy or go burn eternally on a lake of magma. If not the government will make you.


Consistency must be limited to only the party line rhetoric and then lost somewhere on the Appalachian Trail.  

I also apologize for the rare occurrence where I discuss current sociopolitical events from a human perspective.

You are leaving an incredibly large swath of the population. All those employed by the federal government, from service personnel to DoD employees, it is still Illegal, still a schedule one narcotic.  


This is an instance I support national de-scheduling with states allowed to make their own regulatory laws like with alcohol after prohibition.  An example with alcohol would be California vs. North Carolina.  In California hard alcohol is available everywhere that can get a license, In North Carolina there are state controlled stores for all alcohol not beer and wine.   I remember the one I went to being called "ABC".

Perhaps the Bible Belt would likewise approve only state controlled cannabis outlets?

Anyways, this is my argument for the national legalization and disallowment of states to outright ban the sale of cannabis to those over 21, much in the same way The Supreme Court forever ruled on civil unions.

In 2013-2017 I worked on Camp Pendleton on an overnight shift.  It would seem every Friday and Saturday morning around 2 AM every MP in the area would code 3 their asses towards housing areas. 

I asked a Warrant Officer (DoD sponsor) I worked for what was happening. "At this time? Domestic altercation."

What wonders PTSD does.  What greater wonders alcohol and PTSD does.  Yet, over yonder you have study after study of the sedating psychological benefits of indica heavy strains, and the anti-depressant benefits of a sativa strain. Seems a perfect combination.

In my opinion, PTSD should be considered like a developed bipolar disorder, or at least some thing close. The highs and crashes are the same. The reckless mania and need for thrills crashes into an alcohol fueled brawls all too often.

My thoughts always were you can't expect a battle hardened  killer to fully reintegrate because nothing will ever be as awesome as it was.  From Vietnam to Enduring Freedom everyone ends up on a motorcycle for a reason.  Alcohol is probably not the best thing here. 

So why is alcohol promoted by culture while cannabis condemned? "Reefer Madness" retarded arguments were still being cited by former Attorney General, Jeff Sessions as recently as 2018. Plain to see, the death grip of the DRAGNET remains. Propaganda and "ALCOHOL IS NOT A DRUG!" 

Alcohol is ingrained into Americana and the hierophant smiles as the old ways are being upheld. You are to enjoy this wonderful intoxicant because it goes with Jesus and football on Sundays. Upholding tradition are the dying ones, the last batch of brass to oxidize. Reevaluation is a waiting game of generational turnover.  Also, there are those gentlemen in white suits wilting in that southern humidity to consider.

Lobbyists of both big alcohol and tobacco are facing a dwindling costumer base as beer becomes an artisan market and everything touching the cannabis trade turns to gold.  Another situation of generational turnover. 


I am picturing a willow shrouded porch, magnolia trees, and fat white coronaries in waiting fretting over the shrinking revenue while choking on cigars and sipping their mint juleps.  Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil without the transsexual.  And this makes me see a faint light of the eventual exodus from the stranglehold of dated southern conservative values finally dying with their hosts.


And they even have a theme song!


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T.Volt
Jul 30
I have a conspiracy theory, which is more or less along the lines of reverse psychology. You want someone to do something, tell them they can't have it, especially if it feels good, and it will be all they pursue. Weed turns people into retards, in most cases. So does beer, but more obnoxious.
Also as a ploy, stop people from getting more upset by letting loose on your squeeze, give them some of what's needed, and the bait is consumed.
I have a conspiracy theory, which is more or less along the lines of reverse psychology. You want someone to do something, tell them they can't have it, especially if it feels good, and it will be all...See more
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PlasmoticJezebel
Jul 31
The federal government never had the right to rule one way or another concerning the sale of any drugs. This has always been a state's rights issue. Those who dared speak-out against and oppose the federal government's blatant over-reach were silenced due to the stigma that comes with being seen as pro-drug. Such is the power of social stigma - a principle which the "satanist" with any amount of cognitive ability need not be reminded of.The federal government never had the right to rule one way or another concerning the sale of any drugs. This has always been a state's rights issue. Those who dared speak-out against and oppose the fe...See more
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