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We need to legalise the cultivation and possession of Cannabis for personal and medicinal use. The laws that have made it illegal have been exposed recently as being brought in by corrupted American politicians for personal and commercial interests. These laws were added to our laws because American foreign policy demanded it. This was not a decision of our own government or people.

We call on our public representatives to REPRESENT US. Vote for future legalisation.

Criminalisation and prohibition of cannabis, which is consumed by a very large proportion of Irelands people makes no sense. It is costing huge amounts of money, time and resources that would be better spent rebuilding our country or perhaps chasing the real criminals who have enslaved generations of Irish people to debt and recession.

The foundations of the present cannabis legislation and criminalisation through prohibition are based on misconceptions, lies and outright corruption.

Please watch the below links to learn more and see how the rest of the world is changing its stance on the war against cannabis. Then make an informed decision, as I did.

I believe we need to decriminalise the possession and cultivation of small quantaties of cannabis for personal use. . Legaliseing its local production for medical and personal consumers. While encouraging its economic, agricultural and environmental development.

We need to reassess the laws that makes criminals of Irish people. I know most people feel the same way.Please watch the below links to learn more and see how the rest of the world is changing its stance on the war against cannabis. Then make an informed

decision, as I did. 

 

2 Irish Cannabis: The Road to Regulation

Irish Cannabis: Bill Update

3 The True History Of Drug Prohibation & Marijuana!

Graham Hancock on Marijuana

Professor David Nutt - The Inconvenient Truth About Drugs

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This only re-enforces my motivation to voice my concerns.