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How New Cannabis Prohibition Laws Created Crime in Holland


Members of local government in Holland decided to implement stricter marijuana laws which then gave more power to violent street dealers that began to take o…

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  1. just legalise it everywhere. it’s much better for you than the legal drug,
    booze.

    Posted by Chew lIts

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 1:37 am

  2. Let the guy learn the difficult way.. “Don’t bring a knife to a gunfight..”

    Posted by TubeDeviant

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 2:37 am

  3. it used to be legal to grow ,they want the market for them self,

    Posted by MrPpholterman

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 3:30 am

  4. Prohibition is really not the solution. This is just like America in the
    1920’s.

    Posted by Jonas Goos

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 4:23 am

  5. we got to get rid of this evil government

    Posted by Maria Jose

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 5:13 am

  6. did anyone see him run?

    Posted by kgkgii ook

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 5:16 am

  7. Huh

    Posted by crystal monroe

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 5:42 am

  8. How New Cannabis Prohibition Laws Created Crime in Holland

    Posted by Giuseppe Fiorentino

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 6:10 am

  9. To cripple a country/state/territory/etc you need to cripple its economy.
    But why cripple something like that? The answer is to gain CONTROL.
    Remember, CONTROL is POWER. Criminalizing a commodity that is popular
    amongst citizens & tourist alike will hurt an economy. But how does that
    help gain POWER/CONTROL? That’s a good question because the regulations
    that were on this commodity were already there and arguably, CONTROL was
    already in place. But CONTROL over a commodity isn’t what is sought after
    here. It’s CONTROL over people that brings the true motive to light.

    It’s simple once you think of it. When something is criminalized that is
    also very popular and sought after a criminal opportunity arises and is
    capitalized on almost instantly. Economy is not only affected by the loss
    of sales of this commodity but there are increases in spending on law
    enforcement. Everything from walking extra beats/patrols in areas of
    rising crime where this commodity (now illegal to sell to most people who
    used to buy from reputable places), all they way up to increased cost of
    jail overhead from the increased prison population from
    users/pushers/distributors/manufacturers (growers) of the now illegal
    commodity.

    Increased crime is the number one reason security measures increase.
    Create enough of this sort of thing and the next thing you know people
    will be forced to submit to random searches on the street, proving identity
    when no suspicion isn’t justified or warranted, and in all, a decrease in
    privacy erupts.

    Privacy IS a liberty and too often liberties are taken away in the name of
    keeping the public safe. Some say they don’t mind the invasion of privacy
    because they now feel safer from the criminals…. the criminals that were
    created by criminalization of the commodity in the first place. To me,
    liberty (my liberties) IS my freedom and when I’m free I feel safe. Take
    away my liberties and you take away my freedom.
    In the endgame citizens will be living a so called “safe” and “free” life
    while accepting law enforcement tactics and strategies the sit on the edge
    of martial law.

    CONTROL of the people IS the endgame! Giving up liberties for protection
    from criminals that were naturally created by laws or fixes that were put
    in place and essentially were unneeded, unwanted, and unwelcomed is one of
    the processes or tactics used to gain this CONTROL over it’s people… To
    gain POWER over it’s people.

    In a free society the people should hold POWER over their government; not
    the government holding POWER over it’s people. Government shouldn’t govern
    and protect not dictate and CONTROL.

    Posted by William Brockett

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 6:25 am

  10. Must watch this video…!!

    Posted by armor bearer

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 6:55 am

  11. Government is incapable of learning so history repeats. Obviously some
    crony of the Dutch state benefits from this immoral stupidity.

    Posted by Travis Harrell

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 7:39 am

  12. Thanks to Ronald Kreeft for sharing on fb.

    6. 58 min, english spoken, uploaded 14 aug 2013
    Intro, quote; ,, Members of local government in Holland decided to
    implement stricter marijuana laws which then gave more power to violent
    street dealers that began to take over the market. When the governments
    realized this was happening, they eased up on some of the laws again. When
    the coffeshops were allowed to sell cannabis to tourists again, members of
    these gangs threatened coffeshop owners because their business was being
    taken away from them, This video shows footage of one of the street dealers
    threatening a coffeshop owner and the experience of the person who was
    filming the confrontation.

    Check out the JDTV channels:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/JDTVHQ
    http://www.youtube.com/user/JDTVbyKat

    o, end quote..

    Posted by Cannabis Around Nations - non profit

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 8:04 am

  13. Well there you have it folks, it is now proven that if you decriminalise
    cannabis use and regulate it, crime goes down. The experiment has shown
    that prohibition is a logical fallacy and puts the control in the hands of
    elements of humanity that have no moral distinctions.
    It creates crime, isn’t it about time the sociopaths in power, who have
    pretty much all smoked it huhum ( but didn’t inhale ) lmfao, that
    regulation and decriminalisation is the solution not criminalisation.
    Just for the PUBLIC RECORD I was a profound cannabis user from the age of
    14 to the age of 40 I very rarely use it now, as I just don’t really feel
    the need to, but if in Holland it’s cannabis not alcohol every time. I have
    a normal life a mortgage, 3 children that are very grounded, cannabis has
    had no adverse affect on my life at all.
    The policy experiment in Holland has proved the huhum ( WAR ON DRUGS ) is a
    lost war, funny there terminology, they seem to love the word “WAR”. It’s a
    waste of time, energy and of course TAXPAYERS BLOODY MONEY !!!!!!!
    

    Posted by Anthony Meehan

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 8:31 am

  14. This Luke Rudkowski really took advantage of the donations he revived, he
    gave his life a world wide vacation tour, and I don’t see him doing
    anything active anymore. I can’t see how anyone supports him, his site, or
    anything about wearechange. America is turning into a police state, NSA
    spying on all Americans, TSA DHS are growing and militarizing our police
    and they are poisoning the people, while economically crippling them and he
    is in Holland doing a puff piece, why?

    Posted by HerosComment

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 8:46 am

  15. Members of local government in Holland decided to implement stricter
    marijuana laws which then gave more power to violent street dealers that
    began to take over the market. When the governments realized this was
    happening, they eased up on some of the laws again. When the coffeshops
    were allowed to sell cannabis to tourists again, members of these gangs
    threatened coffeshop owners because their business was being taken away
    from them,

    Posted by Haji al Kidya

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 9:23 am

  16. How New Cannabis Prohibition Laws Created Crime in Holland

    Posted by Douglas Kuhn

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 10:05 am

  17. No, in America the Street Dealer would have gone to Jail, and the Police
    would have shot half a dozen innocent by standers and beat the crap of
    another half dozen who happen to be standing by with Cell Phone Cameras.

    Posted by blueboyblue

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 10:21 am

  18. Has nothing to do with prohibition. The dumbing down is a symptom of
    alcohol use. What you say makes no sense and keeping prohibition of
    cannabis corrects none of what you claim which I disagree with. So
    prohibition of cannabis results in more prisons, more crime, and
    artificially inflated prices for plant matter. There is absolutely no
    reason to criminalize someone who uses cannabis. Someone who decides to
    drink alcohol can go and buy it legally. This should be the same thing for
    a cannabis use

    Posted by SharkTheArdvark

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 10:59 am

  19. Needs to be viewed on a larger scale.

    Posted by SharkTheArdvark

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 11:13 am

  20. Hello, the reason crime went up when weed got criminalized is not because a
    bunch of addicted pot smokers start going crazy or anything.. Its because
    drug dealers started selling them.. since you could no longer buy it
    legally.. I know dealers most of them don’t even do drugs there just in it
    for the money.. all this shows is that by legalizing it less crime would
    occur.. i don’t do drugs i just think its ridiculous to try to criminalize
    something the the majority of what the people want.

    Posted by Luis Ramiez

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 11:36 am

  21. Gee is he an Arab? who would have thought 😀

    Posted by cascinova

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 12:26 pm

  22. And re: “religions butting in” and whatnot. What the actual hell are you
    talking about? No serious source will ever say that smoking weed is
    beneficial. Sure, marijuana has medical benefits as a herb, but no right
    minded medical expert will tell you that SMOKING it is beneficial.

    Posted by Kisuke Urahara

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 12:33 pm

  23. I seriously doubt that the politicians anywhere are “religious,” except
    perhaps for worshiping the State as God.

    Posted by MillionthUsername

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 1:25 pm

  24. 4:17 neo nazis? seriously?

    Posted by FutureLaugh

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 1:31 pm

  25. EVERYONE is a racist. The ones that don’t admit it are just liars also. I t
    is not an exclusive white thing. I have to agree with you about my fellow
    countrymen, most are a complete embarrassment. They are uneducated (because
    they went to public schools and universities) over opinionated and
    slothful. I like what Iceland has done lately. Look at the content of what
    I comment on and say that you are ok with the behavior.

    Posted by bigbearbland

    Link | January 20th, 2014 at 1:56 pm

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