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Legalization Of Drugs

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Max-the-3rd, 16 February 2017.

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  1. Legalization of drug,

    what do you think? is the present system working?

    personally I would have them all legalized, from you hardest class A to your mild recreational C's and D's
    I don't think the system in place works. if legalized they can be clean controlled substances where the tax on the product can be placed into the struggling N.H.S to help treat them when they eventually end up there.
    I have dibbed and dabbed extensively in my youth and still think the most addictive drugs are the legal ones, alcohol and cigarettes.
    I could go on like this for a while but would rather hear what you have to say?
     
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  2. Pearls

    Pearls #PearlsTechSupport

    No never, I have seen the damage drugs do first hand and trust me its not from hard core ones. I am deadly against all forms and they should never be made legal.
     
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  4. Legalized? Eh? You mean the likes of cocaine and heroine.. ?
     
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  5. but if they are already so readily available from street gangs where the money gained is used to promote further crime, would it not be better that the money collected by the government can then be used for N.H.S.
    what has been happening for the past 20 year is clearly not working. its going to happen. should it not be controlled just like prostitution?
     
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  6. yes all.
     
  7. Why?
     
  8. Therapon

    Therapon Admin Sprtr

    Not sure about this at all. Legalisation may help reduce some of the risks by providing purer drugs and might also help reduce the violence associated with the sale of illegal drugs. However my brother died several years ago, the root cause was drug taking.
    So even if legislation could reduce the risk of contaminated drugs taking them still has to be a game of russian roulette and a drain on the NHS. Overall Id say no.
     
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  9. I guess you know the harmful effects cocaine has on the heart?
     
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  10. read above, they are already being used daily by thousands. the moneys gained are funding more crime. stop the money, less crime.x
     
  11. i am very aware, but it is going to happen, nothing has changed in 20 years and nothing has got any better. something has to change?
     
  12. Has to change as in make it legal? Are you feeling ok?
     
  13. may argument is not for drugs being a good thing, they are awful but the system we have in place clearly dose not work.
     
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  14. should the money from drugs go back to street gangs or back to the government to help with addiction that dose and will always be here?
     
  15. Are you on drugs?
    Ok i have battled with a very close family member with drugs.. he found it difficult to get his hands on drugs had it been legal.. maybe it would have been easier, much easier therefore much easier to culminate in his death.
    The NHS battle daily with addicts. If it where legal.. surely they would be battling against more?
     
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  16. Marjuhana.. to heroine.. bit of a difference.. madness just madness..
    Im at a loss...
     
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  17. Admin

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    Exactly which I know of, as has @Therapon above which I didn't know..
    I think this thread should be thought about very carefully before people post.
    Will be watching.
     
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  18. I'm a lighthearted person.. but im away before i let rip :D because on this occassion i just might ;)
    Will be interesting to see peoples perspective's
     
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  19. I am not on drugs.
    if people want to they will,
    if taxed, money can be used for rehab programs to help people come off something that is very poorly funded at present. take the money and control away from the dealers and we are one step closer to stopping the problem for good,
    the dealers want junkies.
    the government want to help them.
    dose it not make seance the money is in the hands of the people who want to help?
     
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  20. Lovernotfighter

    Lovernotfighter PV Sprtr

    I believe drug should be illegal, do I do also think we have our drugs policy all wrong in britian. I say this because for me drug use is a public health issue rather than a criminal one.
     
  21. so is it better to go on the way it is? pushers selling to junkies and using the cash to fund bigger crime, purchase guns and promote prostitution?
     
  22. Agree a public health issue that is very poorly funded, how do you fund it better? any better options?
     
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  23. but at least the choice would be there for them, a cleaner alternative and as i have said so many times now the tax on the product can be used for rehab and re education. but no may you are right lets just keep giving all the money tho the dealer because that has worked so well up until now.
     
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  24. Lovernotfighter

    Lovernotfighter PV Sprtr

    I think the first step is to get people to see it as a public health thing before worrying about funding
     
  25. and there for should not be helped and there addiction should be left to the hands of the criminals?
     
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