The Buddhist Christian, on LSD

Any moral message that can be taken from Christianity is immediately undermined by the fact Christianity holds the loophole to entire avoid moral judgement: faith. A good person receives no rewards if they are not faithful, and a bad person receives no punishment if they are faithful. I’ve argued before that this is the catastrophic… Continue reading The Buddhist Christian, on LSD

Legalising Drugs: stop the War on Drugs

During prohibition, alcoholism rates tripled. That’s how good making thing illegal is at stopping people from doing them. For every person that abused alcohol before prohibition, there came three. That is the opposite of what such a law is for. Evidence suggests abuse levels are lower where the drugs are legal (I’m still thinking prohibition,… Continue reading Legalising Drugs: stop the War on Drugs

The Cartels want the Drugs to be illegal

Illegal drugs cartels make huge amounts of tax-free money. If you don’t believe me, I know a small one-man operation that makes £11,000 every three months. Profit. If the ‘legalise drugs’ debate were to start again in the UK, and said one-man operation who I know had any business sense, that one-man operation would fight… Continue reading The Cartels want the Drugs to be illegal

Legalising All Drugs

Two years ago a friend of mine drunk herself into a stupor and ended up in hospital having her stomach pumped, at risk of alcohol poisoning. Within two days she was happy and appeared to be better. But she was not better; the doctors informed her it would take around 3 months for her liver… Continue reading Legalising All Drugs