Mexico coming undone at the seams: why ALL drugs should be legalised absolutely everywhere.


David Davis

We stand aghast, at the possibility of “military intervention by the USA” against – of all places – Mexico. We know that, since “drugs” are grown in Latin America, and since Mexico is in the way of their transfer to “Film Stars” and wannabes in British North America, where these things are officially illegal to have or trade, that therefore mexico will be on the road of transfer.

This is all very well and ought not to matter. Cars and lorries carrying cocaine and other stuff whose names I can’t remember ought to be able to cross Mexico as though it was anywhere. The problem arises because – and only because -  it is locally illegal to have, sell or use these substances, in the points of destination.

This has several effects:-

(1) It makes the substances themselves more desirable in the eyes of certain people. They will want it more because “The State” says they shouldn’t have any at all at all at all, for their own good at all at all at all .   Nsty useless Hollywood delinquents film stars will leak details of their use of it, and because they are pretty and shaggable (and that’s just the men) you will want to do it too, as you are sheeple because the liberals Stalinists have told you to become so.

(2) It makes it risky and unprofitable and demoralising, for legitimate businesses to supply the stuff. If you wozz an off-licence, would YOU want to supply cocaine to any willing buyer, if you got raided every week by the rozzers for doing it, and had your shop smashed up by them (rozzers) and were put in jug?

(3) It makes the risks of supplying it worthwhile, for shysters and hoods, who don’t mind having to shoulder the boring business of killing people including police and soldiers, in the course of securing their hold on the distribution of of their stuff, to you. The £5-a-day habit, if the stuff was legally sold through chemists even including the impost of State Taxation, becomes the £100-a-day habit if you have to buy it through hoods who have to insure themselves – at your cost -  for their own risk against both the State and against other hoods who want to compete, for what is really a rather small niche sector.

(4) it makes jobs for Police rozzers. Rozzers are inherently tormented people, who ought not to have got like that; they need psychiatric help, and quickly.  Just as you ought not to want to be a criminal, also you ought not to want to be a policeman in the 21st century: what does that desire say about you, and your morals, and world-view, as a person?

So the way forward is quite clear. ALL drugs have to be legalised, in all jurisdictions, preferably by yesterday. This will have a number of good effects:-

(1A) The “Police”, currently a pantomime collection of gamma-minus droids unfortunately increasingly supplied with real guns as opposed to things that shoot out a flag which says “bang”, and who are “employed” by their “states”  not in chasing real muggers, robbers, burglars and killers but in harrassing “drug dealers”, “motorists”, “paedophiles”, “racists”, “terrorists”, “non-payers of council tax”, “TV-license-evaders” and “climate-change-deniers”, will find that their workload is decreased alarmingly. We will “need” fewer of them. Good.

The main solution to civilisation’s ills is

fewer Laws,

and more and better people.

There may even be “calls for” “FEWER POLICE ON THE STREETS”. I think that in a civilised society, the police ought to be invisible: see poll below.

(2A) The use of “drugs”, which is to say substances currently classified as drugs”, by all people, will fall dramatically. or it may not: I do not know. But I think it will fall.

(3A) The legalisation of “drugs” will mean that Galxo-Smith-Klein, Schering-Plough, Ciba-Geigy, and all the others, will be abot to compete legally for whatever market they think they can get. Adverttisisng will be allowed. Advertising is the best way to garotte bad stuff fast. The purity and quality of products will thus rise, and the price will fall to the point where the “State” will come in.

(4A) The “State” will take a take. Where GSK wants to sell you your Ecstasy for 50p a go, via the chemist down the road in Shaky-street (PR8  . . . ) , the State will take £4 or so, making it about the price of 20 fags. What’s the point of going and doing crime, if it’s only that much? You can get it from your dosh you that get “on the sick”.

OK so the “State” wins, win-win in the short run. But it’s got to justify how it needs to spend so much less on policing, since there’s so much much less less petty crime going on down.

That in itself will be tremendous fun to watch.

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8 responses to “Mexico coming undone at the seams: why ALL drugs should be legalised absolutely everywhere.

  1. Legalized non Pharm drugs is stupid, immoral, very shallow one or two dimensional thinking at best. Do your homework and see what it has done to other countries that have tried it. Health quality down, marriage destroyed, work productivity inhilated, etc… . Idiocy is danderous.

  2. Jay:

    That’s what we’re trying to tell you: “Idiocy is dangerous.” When e.g. heroin was free in prescription in the UK, we had just 1,600 users leading mostly healthy, productive lives.

    Even more dangerous than idiocy is rampant authoritarianism. Who the Hell are you, to tell me what medications to use? Whose health is it? Who the Hell are you, to tell technologists they cannot develop and sell better, safer medications?

    Take your rotten medical cartel and shove it where it hurts…

    Tony

  3. I would love to quote “Take your rotten medical cartel and shove it where it hurts…”
    on our site! Love it!

  4. NOT THAT I AGREE with Mr Tony AT all but I still love the quote!

  5. tothewire:

    In fairness, the template is owed to the late, great Samuel Edward Konkin III (SEK3). Sam was so great!

    For a graphic visualization of the general idea, try this:

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=0HWf0MoS-xk

    Best,

    Tony

  6. Good on yer, Tony.

    You show ‘em! I didn’t realise this was such a sore subject, or that there were really many people who think like Jay: very odd really.

    But perhaps there are, for the gear’s all still illegal to have, and we don’t see that many 500,000+ angry demos in favour of legalisation.

  7. Dave:

    If you read of public demos against the drug war, who would you immediately think might be organizing them?

    Best,

    Tony

  8. *ahem*
    http://devilskitchen.me.uk/2009/01/k-is-for-kids.html

    Prohibition’s failed. It doesn’t take a genius to see that.