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Now This Is Harm Reduction!
« on: August 29, 2015, 12:47:13 PM »
sub's gotta be honest, this is as much hope as one has had for this disease of a species of his, since years back when one thought the U.S. govt actually was a democracy, and not the 2 faced, fascist, capitalist, wolf-in-sheep's clothes, criminal enterprise it actually is!!!!

had almost forgot what hope for anything better was! but John Brown, I say, if it didn't pull up an ol' chair,  and have dinner and drinks with us heathens here in the chow hall!! Who woulda thunk it!!!? God damn Police(prison police;guards) in here in the chow hall eating meat patties with us convicts and inmates........John Brown I say!!!! Fucking Wonders Really Do Never Cease........A World Fraught With Magic And Wonder, It Is....................There May Be Hope Yet !!!!

Shit fire, if this is how good unruly optimism feels, sub might put that 'ol cynical pessimist with the snide and sarcastic streak of optimism of his, into lockup/isolation/holding cell, and let this hopeful feller live out here in the free world for a bit, in general population!

Hot Damn!

Now one might be jumping the gun a bit here with joy and hope for something better for these parasitic scabs of a species, such as our human constituency; and you may call it unruly optimism, you may call it downright obtuse!!..... but the plain & simple fact of the matter is.........That this really is good news, that things like this actually exist, and are not just mirages in the middle of a dry ass desert, as one thought, and honestly believed such things were!

hxxp://www.leap.cc/     Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP)

And check this shit out, these fucking pigs even hold some of sub's own personal beliefs as theirs too!!!! Hot Damn Son!!!
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LEAP Statement of Ten Principles

~~LEAP does not promote the use of drugs and is deeply concerned about the extent of drug abuse worldwide.  LEAP is also deeply  concerned  with  the  destructive  impact  of  violent  drug  gangs and cartels everywhere in the world. Neither problem is remedied by the current policy of drug prohibition. Indeed, drug abuse and gang violence flourish in a drug prohibition environment, just as they did during alcohol prohibition.

~~LEAP advocates the elimination of the policy of drug prohibition and the inauguration of a replacement policy of drug control and regulation, including regulations imposing appropriate age restrictions on drug sales and use, just as there are age restrictions on marriage, signing contracts, alcohol, tobacco, operating vehicles and heavy equipment, voting and so on.

~~LEAP believes that adult drug abuse is a health problem and not a law-­?enforcement matter, if the abuse does not harm other people or the property of others.

~~LEAP believes that adult drug use, however dangerous, is a matter of personal freedom as long as it does not impinge on the freedom or safety of others.

~~LEAP speakers come from a wide divergence of political thought and social conscience and recognize that in a post-­?prohibition world it will take time to strike a proper regulatory balance, blending private, public and medical models to best  control and  regulate “illicit drugs.” 
LEAP speakers are free to advocate their view of better post-­?prohibition stratagems without toeing a LEAP “party line.”

~~LEAP recognizes that even in a post-­?prohibition world, still, drugs can be dangerous and potentially addictive, requiring appropriate regulation and control. Even in a free-­?market economy, reasonable regulation for the purposes of public health is a long-­?standing, accepted principle. Such regulation must not allow casual, unfettered or indiscriminate drug sales.

~~LEAP believes that government has a public health obligation to accurately ascertain the risks associated with the use of each “illicit drug” and a duty to clearly communicate that information to the public by means of labeling and warnings similar to what is done regarding food, tobacco, alcohol and medicine.

~~LEAP believes that an inordinate number of people have been misguidedly incarcerated for violation of zero-­?tolerant, nonviolent, consensual “drug crimes.” The end of drug prohibition will allow those persons to be promptly released, to have their record of conviction expunged, and their civil rights completely restored. However, the repeal  of  drug  prohibition  does  not imply the exoneration from charges for connected offenses, such as violent crimes, gun crimes, theft, or driving under the influence of drugs.
Furthermore, LEAP believes that  people  using alcohol or other drugs must be held accountable for any misbehavior,  which  harms  other people or property of others, while under the influence of mind-­?altering substances.

~~LEAP believes that persons suffering from drug abuse afflictions and addiction, who want help, should be provided with a variety of help, including drug treatment and drug maintenance, even for uninsured addicts.
LEAP believes that with an end to drug prohibition and regained control of criminal justice expenditures, a fraction of those savings would be more than sufficient to pay for expanded addiction services.

~~LEAP recognizes that different “illicit drugs” pose differing risks of harm. As such, in a post-­prohibition world;
LEAP recognizes that an appropriate set of regulations and control for one substance may not be a suitable or sufficient regulation  and  control  for  another  substance. LEAP believes that the nation states of the world and various states within the United States must be given the regulatory latitude to try new models that wisely balance the notions  of freedom over one’s own body with the need for common sense regulation of drugs to reduce death, disease, addiction and harm.



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LEAP's Proposed Amendments to Drug War Policy~~
PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF UNITED    NATIONS    DRUG TREATIES 2014

Table   of   Contents
EXECUTIVE   SUMMARY III
PREFACE  1
AMENDMENT 7
THE   SINGLE   CONVENTION   ON   DRUGS 8
PREAMBLE  8
STATEMENT OF NEW ARTICLES AND DISPOSITION/AMENDMENT OF FORMER ARTICLES  12
PART   I: INTRODUCTION     12
ARTICLE   1 DEFINITIONS  12
ARTICLE   2 THE   INTERNATIONAL   CONTROL   ORGANS   AND   THEIR   EXPENSES  14
ARTICLE   3 FUNCTIONS   OF   THE   COMMISSION   ON   DRUGS  14
ARTICLE   4 COMPOSITION   OF   THE   INTERNATIONAL   DRUG   CONTROL   BOARD   15
ARTICLE   5 TERMS   OF   OFFICE   AND   REMUNERATION   OF   MEMBERS   OF   THE   BOARD   16
ARTICLE   6 RULES   OF   PROCEDURE   OF   THE   BOARD   16
ARTICLE   7 FUNCTIONS   OF   THE   INTERNATIONAL   DRUG   CONTROL   BOARD  17
ARTICLE   8 RELATIONSHIP   BETWEEN   THIS   CONVENTION   AND   OTHER   AGREEMENTS   AND   LEGAL   INSTRUMENTS  20
ARTICLE   9 SECRETARIAT 20
ARTICLE   10 SUBSTANCES   UNDER   CONTROL  20
PART   II: OBJECTIVE,   GUIDING   PRINCIPLES   AND   GENERAL   OBLIGATIONS 21
ARTICLE   11 OBJECTIVE  21
ARTICLE   12 GUIDING   PRINCIPLES  21
ARTICLE   13 GENERAL   OBLIGATIONS 22
PART   III: MEASURES   RELATING   TO THE   REDUCTION   OF   DEMAND   FOR   DRUGS  23
ARTICLE   14 PRICE   AND   TAX   MEASURES   TO   REDUCE THE   DEMAND   FOR   DRUGS 23
ARTICLE   15 NON-PRICE   MEASURES   TO   REDUCE   THE   DEMAND   FOR   DRUGS  24
ARTICLE   16 REGULATION   OF   THE   CONTENTS   OF   DRUG   PRODUCTS   24
ARTICLE   17 PACKAGING   AND   LABELLING   OF   DRUG   PRODUCTS 24
ARTICLE   18 EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION, TRAINING   AND   PUBLIC   AWARENESS  25
ARTICLE   19 DRUG   ADVERTISING, PROMOTION   AND   SPONSORSHIP  26
ARTICLE   20 DEMAND   REDUCTION   MEASURES   CONCERNING   DRUG DEPENDENCE  27
PART   IV: MEASURES   RELATING   TO THE   REDUCTION   OF   THE SUPPLY   OF   DRUGS   28
ARTICLE   21 ILLICIT   TRADE   IN   DRUG   PRODUCTS   28
ARTICLE   22 SALE   TO   MINORS   29
ARTICLE   23 PROVISION   OF   SUPPORT   FOR   ECONOMICALLY VIABLE ALTERNATIVE ACTIVITIES  30
PART   V: PROTECTION   OF   THE   ENVIRONMENT  30
ARTICLE   24 PROTECTION OF   THE   ENVIRONMENT   AND   THE   HEALTH OF PERSONS  30
PART   VI: QUESTIONS RELATED   TO LIABILITY  31
ARTICLE   25 LIABILITY  31
PART   VII: SCIENTIFIC   AND   TECHNICAL   COOPERATION   AND COMMUNICATION   OF   INFORMATION   31
ARTICLE   26 RESEARCH, SURVEILLANCE   AND   EXCHANGE   OF   INFORMATION  31
ARTICLE   27 REPORTING   AND   EXCHANGE   OF   INFORMATION  33
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ARTICLE   28 COOPERATION   IN   THE   SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL, AND   LEGAL   FIELDS   AND   PROVISION   OF   RELATED         
EXPERTISE  34
PART   VIII: INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS  35
ARTICLE   29 RELATIONS   BETWEEN   THE   COMMISSION   AND   BOARD   AND   THE   WORLD   BANK AND   THE   WORLD HEALTH   
ORGANIZATION   35
PART   IX: SETTLEMENT   OF   DISPUTES   35
ARTICLE   30 SETTLEMENT   OF   DISPUTES   35
PART   X: AMENDMENTS  35
ARTICLE   31 AMENDMENTS   TO   THIS   CONVENTION   35
PART   XI: FINAL   PROVISIONS  36
ARTICLE   32 ENTRY   INTO   FORCE  36
ARTICLE   33 DENUNCIATION  36
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You draw to yourself in this existence and in all others those qualities upon which you concentrate your attention. If you vividly concern yourself with the injustices you feel have been done you, then you attract more such experience, and if this goes on, then it will be mirrored in your next existence. It is true that in between lives there is "time" for understanding and contemplation.

Those who do not take advantage of such opportunities in this life often do not do so when it is over. Consciousness will expand. It will create. It will turn itself inside out to do so. But there is nothing outside of yourself that will force you to understand your issues or face them, now or after physical death.

The opportunity for development and knowledge is as present at this moment, in this life, as it will ever be. If you ignore day-by-day opportunities for development now, no one can force you to accept and utilize greater abilities after death, or between lives. The teachers are there in after-death experience, but there are also teachers here in your existence now.

If man paid more attention to his own subjective behavior, to those feelings of identification with nature that persistently arise, then half of the dictates of both the evolutionists and the creationists would automatically fall away, for they would appear nonsensical. It is not a matter of outlining a whole new series of methods that will allow you to increase your psychic abilities, or to remember your dreams, or to perform out-of-body gymnastics. It is rather a question or a matter of completely altering your approach to life, so that you no longer block out such natural spontaneous activity.

~Seth in TES9 (The Early Sessions Book9) by Jane Roberts - Session 510 - January 19 1970 (Seth is an energy personality essence no longer focused in physical reality for existence, as trance-channeled by author & medium Jane Roberts & her husband Robert Butts from Dec 1964 - Sep 1984 [Jane's Death])