Support the proposal for marijuana legalization in Uruguay

Support the proposal for marijuana legalization in Uruguay
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Please add your name to support marijuana legalization in Uruguay, and click to sign at the bottom of the form.

You can also tweet to the following:

Presidency of Uruguay: @SCpresidenciauy

Senator Jorge Larrañaga, @guapolarranaga, leader of Alianza Nacional

Pedro Bordaberry, @PedroBordaberry, President of the CEN colorado, was minister of Tourism and Industry in the Government of Jorge Batlle, the first head of state in the world to call for the legalization of all drugs in 2000, shortly after taking office.

Become a better informed activist and support global drug policy reform! Order your own copy of “Word War-D”, the reference book on prohibitionism, psychoactive substances and drug policy reform!

Learn more about the proposal: http://www.presidencia.gub.uy/wps/wcm/connect/Presidencia/PortalPresidencia/Comunicacion/comunicacionNoticias/gabinete-seguridad-presento-paquete-15-medidas-promover-convivencia-ciudadana

The 20 pages declaration published the Uruguayan government: http://medios.presidencia.gub.uy/jm_portal/2012/noticias/NO_E582/Estrategia.pdf

Learn more about President José Mujica: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jos%C3%A9_Mujica

Jeffrey Dhywood
Investigative writer,
author of “World War D – The Case against prohibitionism, roadmap to controlled re-legalization”, the reference book on prohibitionism, psychoactive substances and drug policy reform

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Author: Jeffrey Dhywood

Jeffrey Dhywood is a European-born investigative writer, lecturer and public speaker, drug policy analyst, author of "World War D – The Case against prohibitionism, roadmap to controlled re-legalization" http://www.world-war-d.com/. Jeffrey Dhywood holds a degree in Mathematical logics (Model Theory). He lived 20 years in the US and is currently living in Latin America. He is also very familiar with Asia, which gives him a good grasp of the global dimension of the War on Drugs, and its global failure. His academic background and his direct experience allows him to bring common sense and sanity to an issue often mired in confusion, misconceptions and preconceptions.

7 thoughts on “Support the proposal for marijuana legalization in Uruguay”

  1. The policy in our country (USA) is based on the premise ‘as long as I have mine.’ As long as I have my beer, wine, martini’s and nicotine I’m going to say no to those who want marijuana, cocaine and heroin because there’s something wrong with them and there’s nothing wrong with me.

  2. Just as President Obama issued an executive order allowing undocumented immigrants meeting certain requirements to avoid deportation, he could end the insane war on drugs–at least the war on cannabis!–at the stroke of a pen. But it goes on because the US government wants complete control over all citizens, within and outside of the United States. How much of NYC’s “stop and frisk” policy is justified by the discovery of a joint in somebody’s pocket? Something surely as innocuous as drinking a beer is criminalized (as beer, wine, and all alcoholic drinks once were, and with the same crime-enhancing and control-justifying results) and the percentage of Americans who know nothing about the real effects are pumped up to fear all “drugs” so that routine harassment, unreasonable search and seizure, can become the new normal. We can only hope that, as other countries seek to reject coverage under the mantle of the US sphere of influence, they will point out how silly this whole scam is (check out the book “It’s Only A Plant”!) and undo the laws that the US bullied them into passing in the first place.

  3. Cannabis is an herb, not a drug! Drugs are addictive, and they kill people, cannabis can not kill anyone! The government needs to allow life saving herbs like cannabis, and restrict killer prescription drugs! They have it all ass backwards right now!

  4. It’s way past the time to cease Nixon’s “War On Drugs” and allow the Americas to utilize marijuana and hemp as it should be and, at the same time, help benefit our health and economy. Unfortunately, here in Canada we have a Prime Minister, Steven Harper, who believes that he’s the next George W. and refuses to even address the plurality of Canadian citizens who would like to see decriminalization at least, if not the outright sale and control of marijuana, though government stores similar to liquor.

    1. vote steven the tyrant harper out of office…………..i only hope america will wake up and see that governments need to be put in their place………………a very small place………………….

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