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IF YOU CAN CONTROL IT AND RESTRICT IT, YOU CAN PROFIT FROM IT 💊 THE DRUG WAR IS A (((RACKET)))

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⁣Special thanks to Albert-Q:
https://www.bitchute.com/channel/albert_q-minion/

I'll bet VfB raised a few of your eyebrows with my responses to the CASTLEGATE video, in which some commenters posted that they believe the producer of the video had an issue with cocaine...well, are you all aware that it, along with cannabis and opium, were MEDICINALLY ADMINISTERED as a matter of course?!?

Once upon a time, Americans had access to REAL MEDICINES...but that changed in 1873 - the year the Bauer Crime Empire took over our medical system.

What's that? You never heard of the BCE? Why, sure you have - they just changed their surname to Rothschild [their identifying symbol was a red shield 🔴]

Let's begin with a couple of links directly pertinent to said issue 🎓

The first is one I've dropped in comments: https://www.drugwarrant.com/ - they have an absolutely fantastic link today:
https://www.drugwarrant.com/2023/01/alleged-cannabis-links-to-psychosis-busted/

Just a wee bit: "Question: Is state cannabis legalization or commercialization associated with increased rates of psychosis-related health care claims?

Exposure: State cannabis legalization policies were measured for each state and month based on law type (medical or recreational) and degree of commercialization (presence or absence of retail outlets). […]

Main Outcomes and Measures: Outcomes were rates of psychosis-related diagnoses and prescribed antipsychotics. […]

Conclusions and Relevance: In this retrospective cohort study of commercial and Medicare Advantage claims data, state medical and recreational cannabis policies were not associated with a statistically significant increase in rates of psychosis-related health outcomes. […]

Findings: In this cohort study of claims data from 63,680,589 beneficiaries from 2003 to 2017, there was no statistically significant difference in the rates of psychosis-related diagnoses or prescribed antipsychotics in states with medical or recreational cannabis policies compared with states with no such policy. […]

Meaning: The findings of this study do not support an association between state policies legalizing cannabis and psychosis-related outcomes […]"

Huh

The next one is tied to the thumbnail:
https://www.dailydot.com/uncli....ck/oregon-decriminal

"Oregonians voted to pass Measure 110 on Tuesday, making Oregon the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize the possession of illegal drugs, including cocaine, heroin, oxycodone, and methamphetamine, OPB reports. The new measure, which takes effect Feb. 1, will reclassify possession of small amounts of drugs as a civil violation, resulting in a $100 fine that violators can avoid by taking a health assessment. Selling and making drugs will remain illegal."

So - suborn a necessary service; criminalize and replace products that work with hot garbage that leaves on the brink of death but with the ability to pay - such a deal, goyimzes!

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