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Post time 2009-6-17 10:46:44 |Display all floors
Well, one must take into consideration the history of narcotics.... specifically within China.

If anyone's decision on the matter deserves the utmost respect, it is the decision that China has made for itself. Other countries may address the situation differently, but few nations on earth have the benefit of experience in dealing with the scale that China had to endure.

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Post time 2009-6-17 10:48:28 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2009-6-17 09:48



I don't know whether this is the right place to discuss this issue; a couple of yearsback the CD banned a western poster  immediately after his post in which he wondered why the Chinese are so strict about anti-drug measures appeared.  


It was a bit different, wasn't it. The discussion was about opium, not about cannabis. Needless to say that I'd like all of these drugs to remain banned.

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Post time 2009-6-17 10:54:35 |Display all floors
Originally posted by skip876 at 2009-6-17 10:53


Thanks for clarification and input.

What about "hemp"? Any problems with that?



from HEMP, Opium

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Post time 2009-6-17 11:05:10 |Display all floors
Originally posted by skip876 at 2009-6-17 11:53





What about "hemp"? Any problems with that?

Hemp is cannabis, isn't it? My answer incl. it. There is no reason for civilized countries to legalize it.

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Post time 2009-6-17 11:18:05 |Display all floors
Originally posted by skip876 at 2009-6-17 10:43


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i dont hide,

the problem with your study is not that it it didnt find evidence, but rather that it was not possible to connect it in such a way so as to defy any and all hippy pots heads that could in anyway find an excuse or reason there is no scientific conclusive  bulletproof, airtight evidence

it cant keep the munchie mice out

Marijuana is bad for the society, its dangerous, people drive cars while high, there is no instant drug-test to see if someone is using Marijuana, it makes decision-making ability dangerously incomprehensible, and people operating machinery or working could suffer or cause great injury or loss of life

people at home will not be raising their families well

you think thee anti-drug law is a western thing, but its also very Chinese.

even if it is illegal, it would still get about as much action in traditional Chinese medicine as some of the rarest drugs for only of the rarest ailments

Chinese believe that its very unhealthy and bad for the body to use any such drugs beyond what a traditional Chinese doctor would prescribe for the diagnosis and treatment of an ailment according to traditional Chinese medicine

no Chinese would "smoke pot" like in Hawaii or America or UK , except that they were being very uncaring, self-destructive, and wasting their lives away

China has a population of 1.4 billion, these kids g to school 7 days a week 14 hours a day just to get into a good middle school, high school then college, then get a good job

Chinese are far too clever and intelligent to throw their life away on drugs, they care far too much for the quality of their lives and the financial stability for their families and the welfare of the parents an children and grandparents and grandchildren

Marijuana has No place in China

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