[Ibogaine] ibogaine and scary fascism

jon jfreed1 at umbc.edu
Thu Jan 27 14:30:23 EST 2005


> Well, my viewpoint is that it's fine for governments to introduce humane
> coercive measures to bring socially errant addicts towards therapy and
> meaningful
> change in their lives, to push them a bit, basically. I guess the opposite
> to this is that it's not fine to do it, which would seem to be the
> position
> that you're taking. So, how do I feel about that, well, I feel OK about
> it.


sure...that makes sense.... kind of like how the national socialist party
introduced coercive measures to bring those pesky socially errant jews
towards meaningful change in their lives....

damn those people who think they know how to best live their own lives.
thank goodness for governments, they always know what's best for
everyone's well-being. like those poor socially errants iraqis living
without democracy, i'm sure they're all so much better off now that uncle
sam has stepped in and shown them what's best for them. or those poor
socially errant native americans with all that beautiful pristine land to
worry about. good thing we took it off their hands for them.




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