Germany to legalise cannabis.

SmallTown

Well-known member
Questioning it with an example of a plant that is both natural and legal? I don't see how that does anything other than add weight to that argument.
It adds weight to the argument if you think heroin should be legal I guess. But someone else got annoyed when I pointed this out to them
 

BlindBoyGrunt

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OK maybe I'll explain because, as usual for this place you're getting stupidly angry.

What exactly were you advocating by arguing that Heroin is no more addictive than a popular and legal drug such as alcohol? it sounds very much like you were promoting it's use.

If I'm wrong and you were arguing that alcohol should be illegal then I apologise. I find that a more reaosnable stance than arguing pro heroin.

Also we are digressing here: My point was people seem to be arguing the cannabis should be legal because it's "Natural" and I was just pointing out that so is heroin, as it's plant derived as well.
Nobody is getting stupidly angry, or even just angry but if you make false accusations against me and then, when asked for evidence you fail to provide any I will tell you to STFU in the calmest way possible. But let's address this post anyway.

Firstly, Nowhere did I say that Heroin is no more addictive than alcohol, I said that opium probably wasn't.

Secondly, to illustrate the absurdity of the illegality of cannabis I alluded to the fact that Heroin and alcohol are both bracketed among the drugs which are most harmful and dangerous.

Thirdly, nowhere did I advocate the abuse of Heroin, that only happened in your head.
No need for that. I had a valid point that he hasn't been able to answer. It' snot my fault people would rather get angry and rage than explain themselves.
This from the man who failed to produce any evidence when requested. So allow me to explain myself. In 2010 a group of 20 leading UK drug experts rated alcohol thus:

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As you rightly point out, alcohol is legal, but the relative safety of cannabis makes its legal status a sham.
 

Randy

Well-known member
Nobody is getting stupidly angry, or even just angry but if you make false accusations against me and then, when asked for evidence you fail to provide any I will tell you to STFU in the calmest way possible. But let's address this post anyway.

Firstly, Nowhere did I say that Heroin is no more addictive than alcohol, I said that opium probably wasn't.

Secondly, to illustrate the absurdity of the illegality of cannabis I alluded to the fact that Heroin and alcohol are both bracketed among the drugs which are most harmful and dangerous.

Thirdly, nowhere did I advocate the abuse of Heroin, that only happened in your head.

This from the man who failed to produce any evidence when requested. So allow me to explain myself. In 2010 a group of 20 leading UK drug experts rated alcohol thus:

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As you rightly point out, alcohol is legal, but the relative safety of cannabis makes its legal status a sham.
That's an interesting chart you've posted there Grunt. Cheers for that. Makes fascinating reading.
 
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