Monday, September 21, 2009

Retired chief constable Tom Lloyd

Tom Lloyd, former chief constable of the Cambridgeshire Constabulary in the UK, has written an opinion piece about the failure of the War on Drugs:
Several generations have now lived under the shadow of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, including police officers like me who became increasingly disillusioned with its effects. Despite all the money and effort poured into the so-called "war on drugs", the inexorable spread of drugs and the accompanying damage is powerful testament to failure. What we are doing is not only very expensive and misdirected activity, but actively counterproductive and harmful.


  1. Great article! He knows a lot.

    And he spelled nearly every word right! ;-) Those crazy Brits. :-)

  2. How to combat
    Drug Prohibitionist Opinion Formers,

    ## The Media

    ## Medicine

    ## The Law

    ## Politics

    Exactly as Zionist psychiatrists
    would combat Holocaust Deniers.

    Frontal Lobotomy.


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