CALLS FOR LEGALIZATION OF SUBSTANCES BY WORLD LEADERS …. TRUTH:.they want the war on drugs to be a failure to tax the drug trade; for he who taxes you owns you .It is cheaper and more lucrative for them  to tax it than chase it with guns

RECOGNITION =LEGALIZATION = TAXATION=PROFITS

by Arthur Owiti

A report from the Global Commission on Drug Policy has called the global war on drugs a failure with calls for Governments to experiment with Laws that legalize some drugs at the same preventive measure with less force.this has met some stiff rejection from USA AND Mexico the former having banned a Kenyan Billionaire Drug Baron from traveling to USA.

American President Obama seeks to freeze the vast assets of Kenyan Member of Parliament Harun Mwau a Drug Kingpin

This is telling yet not quite surprising.THE NWO Elite run the drugs trade at the same time rise up to try and police and now want to write laws to control it ? Affirmative Action for Drug Abusers .

First of all they should not forget that Alcohol is also a drug and Tobacco is one of the most deadliest drugs on planet earth .Nonetheless laws do not change people but just work to bring some kind of order in their use.Much as I respect some  laws on their ability to create some “order”, the NWO Elite use laws to make money.

HOW LAWS  EXPAND THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK AND THE NWO RICH MONEY–BAGS

Abusing Human Rights Laws and Affirmative Action Laws

Remember how back in the day only white men used to vote in America .What brought women and blacks on board ? Well apart from Karl Marx’ observations of the oppressed and the oppressor historic parallel , the issue of Equality was an Income earner because it allowed Government to make money out of their citizens .

The so called Income Tax is now used as an excuse for people to vote and since women and blacks were income earners at the time it was unfair to deny them political rights.This just solidified the tax base and widened the imagination of the rich elite.

Now to widen the tax base they added tax on every item on the land , globally . This is the root of so called Minority rights Laws : TAXES THAT BRINGING IN MASSIVE LEGAL PROFITS.

TAX IS DIVINE PROFIT TO THE STATE BECAUSE IT IS THE ONLY PROFIT THE STATE CAN RUN TO THE BIBLE TO  JUSTIFY

One of the most amended laws in America are the Tax Laws .Here in Africa we stopped counting how many times they are amending sections to create more profit for the elite.

Thus when the issue of Minorities such as Women Rights , Gay Rights , Minority Races and Muslim Rights in Christian Countries or Christian Rights in Muslim countries the Elite arose to be champions of these people not because they care about these issues but because they can tax these people.

This is the origin of census counting …to know the taxable population.Hence the last thing they want is a closet drug dealer, or underground prostitute because they will not be able to tap on a hidden person’s income.

So the more minority rights to be recognized the more the tax base widens .However for Islam it is different as their laws omit them from paying certain taxes thus a country would want to make sure their Christian population remains strong for the tax base to remain as usual if not grow.

You are going to see more laws legalizing prostitution and drugs and many other acts which have never been considered as legal material not because of the so called concern for the society but because it will bring money in these days of depression.

These NWO guys are so desperate about taxing everyone on everything therefore have a law on everything and everyone.

The State will thus have Legal brothels , Legal Marijuana joints because at that time they will not care about your health but the tax.

Yet I am no advocate of Criminalizing every thing as some Christians are tempted to do so in light of the current political and economic chaos because  Legalizing Morality always backfires when the people are not up to it , ask Old Testament Israel.Today people still have the same hearts as those of old thus no new thing under the sun if we pass laws that ban porn or brothels.

As for drugs , this is just an indication of how the NWO Elite have categorically murdered the youth of the world. When Karl Marx called religion the opium of the poor, it is the word Opium that was the crux of the statement .

Arthur Owiti

ps….some two songs about the state of the world  for you

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50jl8703cjE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cn-Hp_DvQ2w

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07:26 am

June 2, 2011

“The global war on drugs has failed, with devastating consequences for individuals and societies around the world,” a high-powered commission whose members include former U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz and former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan warns today.

The report from the Global Commission on Drug Policy goes on to recommend:

— An end to “the criminalization, marginalization and stigmatization of people who use drugs but who do no harm to others.”

— Governments experiment “with models of legal regulation of drugs to undermine the power of organized crime and safeguard the health and security of their citizens. This recommendation applies especially to cannabis.”

— Increases in “health and treatment services [for] those in need.”

— Less focus on the arrest and imprisonment of “people involved in the lower ends of illegal drug markets, such as farmers, couriers and petty sellers. Many are themselves victims of violence and intimidation or are drug dependent. Arresting and incarcerating tens of millions of these people in recent decades has filled prisons and destroyed lives and families without reducing the availability of illicit drugs or the power of criminal organizations.”

— Less emphasis on “simplistic ‘just say no’ messages and ‘zero tolerance’ policies in favor of educational efforts grounded in credible information and prevention programs that focus on social skills and peer influences.”

— A increased focus on “violent criminal organizations, but do so in ways that undermine their power and reachwhile prioritizing the reduction of violence and intimidation. Law enforcement efforts should focus not on reducing drug markets per se but rather on reducing their harms to individuals, communities and national security.”

According to the commission members:

“Vast expenditures on criminalization and repressive measures directed at producers, traffickers and consumers of illegal drugs have clearly failed to effectively curtail supply or consumption. Apparent victories in eliminating one source or trafficking organization are negated almost instantly by the emergence of other sources and traffickers. Repressive efforts directed at consumers impede public health measures to reduce HIV/AIDS, overdose fatalitiesand other harmful consequences ofdrug use. Government expenditures onfutile supply reduction strategies and incarceration displace more cost-effective and evidence-based investments indemand and harm reduction.”

As the BBC notes, though, “the U.S. and Mexican governments have [previously] rejected the findings as misguided.”

The complete list of commissioners:

Members of the Global Commission on Drug Policy

— Asma Jahangir; human rights activist, former U.N. Special Rapporteur on Arbitrary, Extrajudicial and Summary Executions; Pakistan.
— Carlos Fuentes; writer; Mexico.
— Cesar Gaviria; former president of Colombia.
— Ernesto Zedillo; former president of Mexico.
— Fernando Henrique Cardoso; former president of Brazil.
— George Papandreou; Prime Minister of Greece.
— George Shultz; former secretary of state.
— Javier Solana; former European Union High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy; Spain.
— John Whitehead; banker and civil servant, chair of the World Trade Center Memorial; United States.
— Kofi Annan; former secretary general of the United Nations.
— Louise Arbour; former U.N. high commissioner for human rights; Canada.
— Maria Cattaui; member of the board, Petroplus Holdings; former secretary-general of the International Chamber of Commerce; Switzerland.
— Marion Caspers-Merk; former state secretary at the German Federal Ministry of Health, Germany.
— Mario Vargas Llosa; writer; Peru.
— Michel Kazatchkine; executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; France.
— Paul Volcker; former chairman of the Federal Reserve.
— Richard Branson; entrepreneur; founder of the Virgin Group; U.K.
— Ruth Dreifuss- former president of Switzerland.
— Thorvald Stoltenberg; former minister of foreign affairs and U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees; Norway.

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