Bring it On: Battle Looms with the United Nations Over Pot Legalization

A couple of weeks ago, following Colorado and Washington’s historic vote to become the first states to legalize marijuana for recreational use, I wrote a piece titled Colorado Legalizes Marijuana: Your Move Eric Holder, which subsequently went viral.  At the time, I had only anticipated a battle with the Feds, but now the most useless and corrupt organization on the planet has weighed in – the United Nations.

The head of the UN drug watchdog (the International Narcotics Control Board or INCB), Raymond Yans, has come out in a press release essentially instructing the Attorney General of the United States to enforce Federal Prohibition of pot against the rights of the states to implement a law that is not only Constitutional, but a perfect example of a free people deciding what they want for themselves.

Perhaps that is why the United Nations is so panicky about the legislation in Colorado and Washington.  The organization consists of a bunch of global government craving control freak bureaucrats, and as such I welcome this battle as an opportunity to marginalize it further and expose them for the undemocratic creeps they really are.  Anyone remember the massive corruption within the UN’s Oil for Food Program?  I wouldn’t let these clowns shine my shoes let alone decide what every citizen in every corner of the planet can put into their own bodies.

From the UN press release:

VIENNA, 15 November (UN Information Service) – The President of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), Raymond Yans, has voiced grave concern about the outcome of recent referenda in the United States of America that would allow the non-medical use of cannabis by adults in the states of Colorado and Washington, and in some cities in the states of Michigan and Vermont. Mr. Yans stated that “these developments are in violation of the international drug control treaties, and pose a great threat to public health and the well-being of society far beyond those states”.

He went on to further state that for the international drug control system to function effectively, to achieve its aim of ensuring availability of drugs for medical purposes while preventing their abuse, the conventions must be universally adhered to and implemented by all States. In this regard, Mr. Yans stressed that national laws, policies and practices in drug abuse prevention and control should be fully aligned with the conventions.

The INCB President requested the Government of the United States to take the necessary measures to ensure full compliance with the international drug control treaties within the entire territory of the United States, in order to protect the health and well-being of its citizens.

The full press release is here.  It’s one page, I suggest you read it.  Such an intense concentration of hyperbole, panic and propaganda could only be created by the United Nations.

In Liberty,
Mike

22 thoughts on “Bring it On: Battle Looms with the United Nations Over Pot Legalization

  1. Uruguay completely legalized pot this year after years of just turning a blind eye to it. Rather than fight corruption and cartels the govt will allow people to register and but it…from the government.

    Someone at the UN must have passed a com over that one.

  2. The mayor of Copenhaguen wants to legalize cannabis in a orderly fashion since…well, prohibition doesn´t stop ANYONE from buying and consuming cannabis, although it must provide a sweet stream of revenue through fines.
    The reaction in southern Sweden is hilarious, the politicians went ape shit. Copenhaguen is just a mile long bridge away from Swedens southernmost city, Malmö, but it´s still a foreign country that passes any laws they damn well please.

  3. Cannabis counters mind-control… A nation of stoners is a nation that can’t be as easily manipulated by media-lies. It would also mean profit losses for bankster-owned big-pharma, synthetic textiles industry, fewer instances of cancer (so losses for big hospital industry) fewer people in prison (so losses for private-owned prison industry)

    It’s a win for the people and a MAJOR setback for the wannabe rulers.

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  6. The same UN were 2 kilos of coke were found In the NYC HQ mail room this summer. Same UN who nominated Mugabee from Zimby head of tourism a know convict and killer. Wake up sheep !

  7. Assertion from a neuro-psychiatrist: “We cannot vote for or against the ‘toxicity’ of a drug. How much a drug impairs cell structure or chemical function is neither subject to nor governed by congressional committee, public referendum, or the federal constitution. . . . Chemically, marijuana is a far more dangerous drug than most of the scientifically ignorant media and North American consumer have been duped into believing.”

    • UN BANKSTERS and money laundering.
      How come do these UN scumbags tolerate the Pentagon and NATO scum doing great business in opium in Afghanistan or the Netherlands in cannabis ? Its all about money laundering and protecting bastards like Bush and Clinton and Roclerfeller all implicated in the racket. Most US president families were in illegal drug dealing. FDR also was in the business. Most of them also Skulls and Bones by the way.

  8. Who cares what the UN says or does? They can kiss my ass. The fact that they try and pass laws concerning other countries citizens tells you exactly what kind of people they are. They have no power over me because I say so. If you don’t like it, seek professional help.

  9. I don’t give two shits what the subject matter is, Just the thought of that group in any way suggesting they may exercise control in any fashion over any part of the U.S. for any reason is enough to send a big message and exempt states from the controlled substances act which vote to legalize it. Soon it would be legal in all 18 current mmj states!

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  12. Maybe they (The UN) can come over here and (try and) take my pot away when they come after my guns?? Always coming out with these edicts that are only important to themselves. Do they really think anyone here (except the usual suspects) listens, let alone follows such….un-American, autocratic blather?? The world would be a much better place if the UN was abolished and the phrase never uttered again. And this nonsensical diatribe from one of their one-worlder European numb-skulls only proves my point. What’s a UN and why would we need one anyway??

  13. Yans, and any other mere mortal who wishes to prohibit Cannabis, is welcome to pound sand.

    The prohibition of Earth’s most widely beneficial plant species is a crime against humanity. It shall NOT stand.

    -Richard P Steeb, San Jose California

  14. What drug user did not get their drug of choice yesterday?
    The War on Drugs is a war on the taxpayer, filling prisons with ordinary citizens that if they had chosen to drink a plant rather then smoke a plant would still be walking the streets.

  15. The UN – what a joke.

    As if we don’t have enough Big Brother butting in to our lives with the US Federal Govt., we need the UN telling us how to lead our own lives?

    Let’s ask the folks of Congo & Rwanda how that’s working out for them…

  16. The UN must be in a quandary. As an implementer of the NWO they want to see the sheeple subdued and controllable. Pot may be looked upon as such a contributor, but the problem is, they cannot allow any one anywhere do ” do their own thing” so on balance they have to try and impose a top-down homogeneous environment. When it comes to a civil war in the US against gun-control they will no doubt rejoice at the disunity since the ‘de facto’ outcome will be an even tougher discipline in the US with all the pro-gun faction taken out by the Government’s stockpile of Dum Dum [soft-nosed, maximum damage, illegal] ammo.

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