The National Organization to Reform Marijuana Laws

In fact, the National Organization to Reform Marijuana Laws (NORML) has admitted that medical marijuana was only being promoted as a step toward legalizing all drugs and that it was just one way of making marijuana more acceptable. Why is this? It is proven that the more acceptable a drug, the more its use increases, especially among teenagers and young children. Since 1992, marijuana use among teenagers has doubled, with major increases being seen since legalization. This has been attributed to legalization campaigns which promoted marijuana as beneficial. 87% of teenagers in drug treatment programs use marijuana as their drug of choice. Marijuana is the most used illegal drug and it is what makes the Mexican mafia rich. Think about that the next time you sit down for a Mexican meal at your local Mexican restaurant. How many little white boys and girls have been bought into white slavery and robbed of their heritage for that taco?

First time users of marijuana increased from 1.4 million in 1989 to 2.3 million in 1998. 49% of teenage users had tried the drug at age 13 years or younger. According to a New Zealand study done last year, young people who smoke a joint are 50-60 times more likely to move to harder drugs. Right now, many Americans view marijuana as harmless, thanks to the legalization campaigns. These people probably view heroin as harmful, and would do everything they can to keep heroin out of their children’s hands. Remember, however, that corruption is a slow process, and those who advocate legalizing marijuana are doing so just as a stepping stone to legalizing all drugs. And this viewpoint that marijuana is harmless has led to the increased use among children, which further increases their risk of using so-called “harder” drugs. Also, ER visits related to marijuana have increased from 15,706 in 1990 to 87,150 in 1999. This directly corresponds to the legalization effort.

Still think marijuana is harmless? How much are drug users costing us? Not only are we paying for the DEA, and the farce of the so-called “war on drugs,” (which most honest policemen will tell you is putting money in certain big politicians’ pockets and certain sacred cow criminals who are in bed with our government), prisons and incarcerated individuals, and so on, we are also paying for the medical treatment of injuries related to drug use, drug treatment programs, lost work time, long term effects of drug use, etc. Unbelievably, there are people who desire to legalize all drugs. Why? Perhaps their agenda is to dope up Americans so that they have no desire to look into issues of American sovereignty or what it means to really be a free people (or even to be a homogenous people at all) a little more closely. Who, in fact, is behind all of this?