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News / Re: Norway and decriminalization
« Last post by carl on February 26, 2021, 08:38:06 PM »
Ivermectin ;)
Pop one pill, and gone.
Isn't that standard worldwide?

Otherwise: DDT! Just make it yourself, chloral hydrate and a halobenzene, catalysed by sulfuric acid.
Tsjerk made it and its really a miracle drug.

But back on topic: way to go norway!

Have they also legalis decriminalised cannabis plants at the same time, like in the czech republic?
News / Re: Norway and decriminalization
« Last post by maker on February 26, 2021, 08:28:47 PM »
scabies = bad.
There are treatments though.
I actually did not know that was a problem there, just an artifact due to me being an introvert.
Rules / Re: RULES
« Last post by embezzler on February 26, 2021, 03:53:18 PM »
Reminder: keep posts timeless! Don't post and work it is really poor behavior.
News / Re: Norway and decriminalization
« Last post by skektek on February 26, 2021, 12:01:54 PM »
if it was not for the norwegian scabies I would be there in a second.

having suffered them at a backpackers I can say that I will probably stay a million miles from the place  :P
News / Norway and decriminalization
« Last post by NeonCortex on February 24, 2021, 02:05:33 PM »
The Norwegian government wants to reform drug policy so that possession and less use of drugs is decriminalized. The purpose of the reform is to shift the focus from punishment to care for addicts. But the opposition calls the proposal "a gift package for the gangs".

On Friday, Norway's Minister of Education Guri Melby, from the Liberal Left (V) and Minister of Health Bent Høie, from the Conservative Conservatives (H), presented the Government's proposal for a new drug policy. According to the so-called "drug reform", the purchase, possession and own use of small amounts of drugs should no longer be punishable. The aim of the reform is to minimize the stigma of drug addicts seeking help and providing care to those who want it, inspired by the drug policy pursued in Portugal since 2001.

- Ten years of current drug policy have taught us that punishment does not work, but on the contrary can make things worse, says Guri Melby at a press conference.
- The zero vision of a drug-free Norway will be replaced by a more humane goal. Human rights must form the basis of all drug policy, she continues.

If the proposal is adopted , it will no longer be a criminal offense to carry, for example, five grams of cocaine, heroin and amphetamines, one gram of MDMA and up to 10 grams of cannabis. The Norwegian government emphasizes that this is a decriminalization and not a legalization of drugs.

- We still signal that drugs are banned, but that health and medical care take precedence. All other drug use and possession must be punished as is already done today, says Bent Høie.

The reform proposal is based on the conclusions of the Norwegian Drug Reform Committee, which in addition to the decriminalization of small amounts of drugs has also proposed mandatory follow-up of users who have sought care. The third governing party, the Christian People's Party (KRF), did not participate in the press conference and does not support the reform proposal, but will vote for it in the Storting as a compromise. The party hopes that the opposition will demand changes in the proposal and wants, among other things, to keep the punishment for possession and use of small amounts of drugs, writes VG .

The Center Party follows the same line as KRF and calls the reform proposal "a gift package for the gangs". The Norwegian Nurses' Association writes in a statement that it fears that decriminalization will lead to increased abuse among young people.

- We who work with young people in healthcare know that it takes a long time before they admit that they have problems with drugs, says the association's chairman Ann Karin Swang to VG.[/quote]


On 3 February, INCB briefed Member States on the content of its 2020 Annual Report and Precursors Report, which will be launched worldwide on 25 March 2021, together with a special report marking the 60th and 50th anniversaries of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs and the 1971 Convention on Psychotropic Substances.



mmmm, that's some nice bedtime reading  ;D

Wowzers, is really 6 kg of a substituted benzaldehyde in the Netherlands and Belgium really enough to make it worthwile to watch? That's bizarre.
News / Re: Amen. Someone real whgo stands up.
« Last post by ketosis on February 11, 2021, 04:34:44 PM »
Always say 'No comment"  If you say something like that, the media machine, a truly heartless creature, will basically ruin your life.  Or at least substantially increase your sentence, simply due to social pressure on the judge/prosecutor.
Why would they? I mean is it that bad to say such thing? I thought that it would be more of a dark humour joke...

No because they would love it. It would be interesting and unique.  And next thing you know, your face is on the front page of newspapers worldwide.
The prosecutor and judge suddenly find them selves in a position of not just deciding the fate of one person, but the burden of setting a new precedent will be upon them.  So unless you think our country is about to legalize synthing hard drugs, and public opinion agrees, I would not advise saying anything, especially something unique and interesting
News / Re: Amen. Someone real whgo stands up.
« Last post by some_one on February 11, 2021, 10:57:22 AM »
Lahey is awsome! But bubbles is even better :-D

"DECENT!" is my phone's message tone lol.
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