The Clash: Is it time to legalise marijuana?

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  1. Recreational use of skunk etc is NOT dangerous as described here, this is a typical uninformed view from a person who knows nothing about the subject. It is views like this that have prevented the uptake for decades and proves beyond doubt that people don't understand the reason why it was outlawed in the first place, which was based on greed, outright lies and racism of the 1930 era of American politics. No one has ever died from cannabis use, only the terrible politics

  2. Yes legalise it if tereasa May's husband can grow 40 acres of it in Norfolk and export it for millions to big pharma why cant we?…….. also I'll add the uk drugs minister Victoria Atkins (person who hands the license to grow out) husband is also an shareholder in gw pharmaceuticals 🇬🇧 google it british is/was worlds largest exporter of cannabis 🤔 gets the noggin joggin

  3. It should definitely be legalised, but our backwards government is too stupid to do it. Everyone smokes it anyway. You might as well legalise it and sell it at approved shops like in Amsterdam. People then know what they are buying, it can raise tax revenue and the money is out of the hands of organized crime.

  4. Weed is for losers plus it damages cognitive function. Keep it banned, we have enough crap on our shelves that’s poisoning us. We need to promote a healthy society not a one that promotes stupidity and weakness.

  5. Legalise it legislate it set up shops to sell it tax it make it better and cheaper that the criminals and put them out of business. Do the same for all drugs, the difference between legal and illegal drugs is taxation.

  6. I smoked ALOT of it as a teenager, it properly fucked my mind up so I quit and haven't smoked it since and even now as an adult in my late 20s there are still some lingering effects, however the reality is whether its legal or not, people are smoking it by the millions, the law has absolutely no effect on whether people will use it or not, there is literally no benefit to keeping it illegal, might as well get some taxes back from the legal sale of it and take some precautions to minimise harm.

  7. No it isn't. Even considering such a notion is playing right into the hands of those liberal elites who hate us. They want a passive population of stupefied addicts. Soma in Huxley's A Brave New World.

  8. No one smokes weed and wraps their car around a tree at 125mph, goes home and beats their wife and kid, or sucker punches someone onto the concrete. No one smokes so much weed that they black out and do something stupid, other than eating entirely to much candy and greasy foods. No one overdoses.

  9. CBD for medical use sure, no for recreational, here in Canada we have some social issues due to legalization of cannabis. Unforeseen consequences are; having to lock cookies away from children & having to retire all drug dogs, they cannot be retrained. Plus every neighborhood and apartment building stinks of weed the whole time.

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