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Evidence from Switzerland suggests that prescribing heroin can reduce crime and increase levels of employment among addicts. While still illegal in the UK, c…


  1. @invisibleisolation If you look at the research, illegal drugs are actually
    highly available in the US despite the fact that they have the highest
    incarceration rate in the world. The US has some of the highest usage rates
    in world. Prohibition has not stopped people from using drugs in the
    slightest. Why do you want to jail addicts when treatment would be cheaper
    and more effective for helping them? PS calling me an drug addict doesn’t
    help your argument. Look up “ad hominem.”

    Posted by Inferno350

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 3:47 pm

  2. Yeah, might as well legalize drugs like they did in China in the 1800’s.
    Opium(heroin) smoking houses would spring up like popcorn, and every week
    or so there will be a news story about some meth user holding some kid
    hostage(like in thailand). Beautiful.

    Posted by jaymorpheus11

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 4:14 pm

  3. I hate how they just use the term “drug” As if you can just get all illegal
    substances and group them into one category. There are drugs out there that
    aren’t harmful to you, most notably the psychedelics such as LSD,
    psilocybin, and DMT. Comparing psychedelics to drugs like coke and heroin
    is like comparing fruit juice to soda.

    Posted by Andre Valentine

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 4:56 pm

  4. think off all the cartels being gone if we do this yes were going to get
    some problems but hey are you are you obligated to buy them no…

    Posted by TeHDeStrOyER101

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 5:22 pm

  5. 53:27 that explosion looked so real!

    Posted by dachicagoan

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 5:54 pm

  6. I think when you take a person’s choice away no matter what it is only
    makes them want it back. I myself love to make my own choices right or
    wrong and as an adult reject being told what to do. It makes me want to do
    it more. We learn from our bad choices! Usually.

    Posted by Cheryl Bowcutt

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 6:16 pm

  7. The problem with this documentary is that it portrays legalization a black
    and white issue. The choice is not a binary one between prohibition and
    legalization, but rather a large range of options within a legal framework
    utilizing tailored regulations for each drug. This documentary shows just
    one form of legalization where drug companies make recreational drugs for
    profit. I am not for a profit based model. I am for a harm reduction model
    that keeps business interests out.

    Posted by Inferno350

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 6:57 pm

  8. legalize it, so all the dummies can kill themselves…

    Posted by Strugglebuggie TV

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 7:17 pm

  9. people better wise up and stop looking for reasons to degrade or harm our
    fellow citizens.because while the government is busy fanning the flames of
    division amongst us they are busy plotting the gradual and eventual removal
    of our ability to maintain our freedom as individuals in this country. this
    includes EVERYBODY not just “them,them,and them”. “fear not for whom the
    bell tolls,it tolls for thee”. wake up before your put down.

    Posted by vidbaugh

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 7:38 pm

  10. they’d try to find negative reasons, but in a world where people debate
    &look at both the positives & negatives of the issue objectively &
    honestly, eventually scientific facts win out. that s the only way to go
    about it. im well aware there r lots of people with strong biases against
    drugs, & many of them r too closeminded to reason with. but as generations
    pass & more people realize the myths & realities about things (and not just
    drugs, there’s religion, politics, etc.) there’ll be a change.

    Posted by MisterNickOtine

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 7:57 pm

  11. You can find this info at wikipedia under “drug liberalization” and a story
    from the Global Post is also on the ‘net.

    Posted by JR B

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 8:28 pm

  12. what is the song played in the background called it sounds so weird lol but
    so good at the same time the 1 in the beginning :D? any1 no?

    Posted by Ibrahim Eid

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 8:48 pm

  13. Ima need to buy a gas mask….

    Posted by GIOVANNI94825

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 9:09 pm

  14. Just curious, you don’t ever drink or smoke, right?

    Posted by crobc1

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 9:52 pm

  15. I notice that all the opinions expressed against legalization are simply
    anecdotes. Multiple studies have reliably and continuously show that
    legalization will save both lives and money. Results should start showing
    up as some forward thinking countries analyze the data from their
    liberalization policies, but Portugal’s decriminalization policy has been
    in place for over 10 years. Results show half the drug addicts as before
    and a far healthier population.

    Posted by JR B

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 10:14 pm

  16. @vidbaugh most ppl have some personality disorder traits which could then
    be put as a pyschopathic tendecies but doesnt mean that there a pyschopath
    or a antisocail disorder as pyschophathics are nott labled that any more
    its down to personality disorders

    Posted by uk7roomdaddy

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 10:32 pm

  17. @MisterNickOtine but a crack head has the right to wash the adulterants
    from there coke so please dont knock a crack head thats like me insulting
    aperson who injects heroin even tough i may love chasing the dragon do you
    get my point

    Posted by uk7roomdaddy

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 11:32 pm

  18. Except you can’t die from mushrooms, LSD or DMT. I also don’t understand
    what you mean by “too intense.”Caffeine can be too intense for some people

    Posted by Andre Valentine

    Link | February 21st, 2014 at 11:51 pm

  19. @jaymorpheus11 fffs please so its okay for pepole to rob and abuse with
    great violence for alcohol every week end 100s are in hospital as of
    fighting best thing is the person theyve assaulted is either there best
    friend or partner hey great but start drinking again

    Posted by uk7roomdaddy

    Link | February 22nd, 2014 at 12:15 am

  20. @uk7roomdaddy you are absolutely right, i apologize.

    Posted by MisterNickOtine

    Link | February 22nd, 2014 at 12:26 am

  21. I know this is a very unpopular opinion and people are going to belabor me
    for saying this but I truly believe everyone should have at least one real
    good mushroom fueled hallucinogenic experience in there life. It really
    does open your eyes and make you realize whats important in life and you
    cant OD from it and most of the time people don’t ever want to do it again
    because it can be very intense and on top of that is not an addictive

    Posted by bombhillsnotpeople0

    Link | February 22nd, 2014 at 12:28 am

  22. anything can be harmful if abused. You take medicine from your doctors and
    you can die if you take 1 too many pills than they suggest. Some drugs are
    too intense for humans, but we can all agree that prohibition of drugs is
    doing the opposite of what we want. it is actually harming our world rather
    than helping it. Legalizing is the answer, however it must be regulated.
    Its all about the facts.

    Posted by Takiado

    Link | February 22nd, 2014 at 12:57 am

  23. If used in moderation, neither coke or herion are very harmful but they
    both have a high risk of abuse. I really don’t care if one is worse than
    the other. Both can still fuck you up and if anything herion is worse than
    cocaine, at least if you go by its addictive properties. I also believe the
    difference between the psychedelics and harmful drugs is of greater
    significance than the difference than coke and herion.

    Posted by Andre Valentine

    Link | February 22nd, 2014 at 1:54 am

  24. 5:28 HAPPENS all the time whilst they are illegal, why not try to prevent
    more use or at least provide safer methods and ways to stop instead of
    ignoring it and criminalising it and creating a black market. and what
    about freedom, we forget about that so easily these days!! as others have
    said people will do it one way or another so they should be able to do it
    freely if they are not hurting others…

    Posted by Jordan Howell

    Link | February 22nd, 2014 at 2:21 am

  25. 7-11 would be selling alot of marijuana cigerets if it were legal in the
    usa lol….i know that much…….and the government would get like 1
    trillion dollors in taxes from those sales…….sounds like a win /win

    Posted by Shane Mcmahon

    Link | February 22nd, 2014 at 2:57 am

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