[ibogaine] war on drugs
carlambarnes at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 6 18:17:40 EDT 2002
I don't know maybe those people don't know about
ibogaine or don't care about it one way or the other.
I don't have any idea who they are.
I found this link, it's funny, the bush conspiracy
explained for complete dummies. Worked for me :-)
--- Dana Beal <dana at cures-not-wars.org> wrote:
> >I clicked through some of the links under Mindvox
> >most of them I've seen before but this one I
> >then I noticed that drugwar also links it. What
> >exactly is the Cato institute?
> >What it's saying is the same thing all the
> >war people have been saying for a long time, but
> >doing it in a very unemotional way. I've been
> >the rest of the site and I guess it's a Libertarian
> >Party site, but what they look like they want to do
> >throw the entire government into the garbage. It's
> >just the war on drugs, they look like they disagree
> >with almost everything.
> >I think I'm a Democrat at least I've voted that way
> >before, but I'm not sure things got any better
> >Clinton, did they? The Republicans want to keep the
> >war on drugs going why? I'm not clear on that
> >The Libertarians just want to get rid of the entire
> >government period and every site of theirs has a
> >anti drug war section.
> >Who out of all this wants to keep the war on drugs
> >going??? And who is doing anything to support
> >ibogaine, it doesn't look like really anybody
> >the people on this list and what they do offlist.
> >Did I miss something obvious? I'm getting confused.
> >Oh yes, Cato is http://www.cato.org
> Why is David Boaz of Cato colluding with NORML and
> Ethan Nadelman to
> keep ibogaine out of the drug legalization
> David Boaz is on the Board of NORML. Understand:
> they "not against
> Ibogaine." It's "just a side-issue." But ask
> yourself--which is more
> responsible for "the drug problem?" Some people
> smoking pot, or the
> fact the government is withholding the cure for
> The prohibitionists charge that legalization will
> lead to "an
> explosion of addiction." The legalizers fail to
> point out that
> legalization would include ibogaine, so that it's
> impossible to
> predict what would happen to addiction rates without
> factoring in the
> And the legalizers keep losing the argument. So is
> Cato Institute
> really doing legalization a favor by keeping
> maintaining a consensus
> not to investigate or discuss Ibogaine in the DRA,
> Commonsense for
> Drug Policy?
> Cato Institute is also responsible for designing
> the Bush taxcut and
> the plan to use Social Security to play the
> stockmarket. They're
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