Abolishing Civil Liberties in The Name of Fighting Terrorism


Abolishing Civil Liberties in The Name of Fighting Terrorism

Published on 11 Aug 2013

Sunday broadcast Guest Host and Infowars Nightly News reporter David Knight discusses the topics of NSA, Snowden and the loss of civil liberties at large in our country.
David Knight continues with the topic of IRS targeting small businesses across america, the Government using fear mongering and terror threats to remove the constitution and strip the public of our rights.

http://www.gsk.com.au/about-us_poppy-production.aspx
Tassie poppies – helping the world

GSK supplies 25% of the world’s medicinal opiate needs from poppies grown by farmers in Tasmania.

Through significant developments and the application of innovative research and development, GSK continues to contract with and assist Tasmanian farmers to grow poppy crop, directly contributing to the word’s medicinal opiate needs. The opiates are extracted from the poppies at our factory in Port Fairy, Victoria and are used in a range of pharmacy and prescription medicines worldwide.

We are continually researching how to develop new varieties of poppy and improve growing techniques that will increase the poppy and alkaloid yields, and make the crop safer.

http://www.abc.net.au/rural/tas/content/2012/03/s3454206.htm
World demand pushes huge increase in Tasmanian poppy production

The world demand for poppies is set to increase Tasmania’s poppy production by up to 50 per cent in the next 12 months.

President of Tasmanian Poppy Growers Glynn Williams is in Vienna for the Commission for Narcotic Drugs annual conference and says farmers in Tasmania have been given a challenge to meet the expected demand.

He says production figures released at the conference confirm Tasmania could increase poppy production in the next year to 30 thousand hectares.

Glynn Williams says Tasmanian farmers must meet the demand or farmers in other Australian states could take up the challenge.

http://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/prod/parlment/publications.nsf/key/Medicalcannabis/$File/Medical+cannabis,+Issues+Backgrounder+Feb+2013.pdf

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How do I prevent milia? – BeautyTalk

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I get these a lot and I have had a surgen remove them with a needle. ….
If you have a jar of honey and see that the honey is crystalizing, use that with lemon juice …

http://www.americanfreedomradio.com/Time_4_Hemp_12.html

http://www.americanfreedomradio.com/listen_live.html

http://www.americanfreedomradio.com/Time_4_Hemp_13.html
May

05/20/2013 Monday – Joint-Host, Mary Lynn Mathre and Al Byrne, co-founder of http://www.medicalcannabis.com/ with guest Norman Elliot Kent

05/16/2013 Thursday – Joint-Host, Paul Stanford, founder of http://www.HEMP.org with guest Steve Lach, owner of http://www.celebrationpipes.com.

http://aca.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=8683050

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https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/prod/parlment/hansart.nsf/V3Key/LC20110826033

Drug abuse is a health problem, and drug use should be regulated and subject to restrictions that are similar to those currently applying to alcohol and tobacco. Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Australia recognises that even in a post-prohibition world, all drugs can cause harm and create a potential for addiction, and that this requires appropriate regulation and control. The group believes that all persons suffering from drug abuse afflictions and addiction should be provided with a variety of help, including safe usage education, drug treatment and drug maintenance programs.

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Australia will support independent research to demonstrate that an end to drug prohibition will control criminal justice expenditures, reduce disease and uptake, and that a fraction of those savings would be more than sufficient to pay for expanded addiction services. Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Australia believes that adult drug use, however dangerous, is a matter of personal freedom as long as it does not impinge on the freedom or safety of others. Adult drug abuse is a health problem and not a law-enforcement matter, provided that the abuse does not harm other people or the property of others. Patrons of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Australia include the Hon. Michael Kirby, AC, KCMG, Dr Alex Wodak, AM, Director, Alcohol and Drug Service, St. Vincent’s Hospital, Bernadette McSherry and Nicholas Cowdrey, QC. On 16 June 2011, the fortieth anniversary of President Richard Nixon‘s “war on drugs”, former President Jimmy Carter, who was the 2002 winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, commented in the New York Times:

Marijuana Cures Cancer? Still Illegal – YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQfx51XHhRg

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4 Responses to Abolishing Civil Liberties in The Name of Fighting Terrorism

  1. PeterBDunn says:

    Marijuana Cures Cancer? Still Illegal – YouTube

  2. pamea says:

    Understanding the Politics in having your citizens & community in a state of fear. Terrorism and the Politics of Fear
    Front Cover

    David L. Altheide
    2 Reviews
    Rowman Altamira, 01/01/2006 – Political Science – 247 pages
    In this powerful new book, sociologist David L. Altheide demonstrates how the mass media constructs a politics of fear in America. He argues that politicians and decision-makers bear much of the blame for the promotion of fear among citizens, resulting in the loss of civil liberties in return for greater protection. From a social interactionist perspective, Altheide presents his thesis that fear-as-entertainment informs the production of popular culture and news, generates profits, enables political decision-makers to cynically manipulate citizens, and can lead to major institutional changes, even war. The author dissects in turn: a modern propaganda campaign in the justification of the invasion of Iraq to the American people; the expansion of control and surveillance on the Internet; and the construction of a ‘hero fighting terrorism’ to promote patriotism, in the story of a promising young Arizona sports hero, Pat Tillman, who joined the Army and was killed by his fellow Rangers in Afghanistan. This thoughtful treatment of a timely subject will be indispensable to teachers and students of sociology, media, politics, and criminology studies.
    More »http://books.google.com.au/books/about/Terrorism_And_the_Politics_of_Fear.html?id=VFESgXUTD-8C&redir_esc=y
    By banning one drug & leaving alcohol so freely available is beyond my comprehension.
    I could write a chapter on its own comparing Alcohol Deaths to ‘Weed’ or forbidden substance Herbals.. http://www.ibtimes.com/last-call-alcohol-related-deaths-british-women-soaring-1353699

  3. pamea says:

    Who is against this?

    IT’S MY PARTY, I’LL DRINK IF I WANT TO
    BY:TROY BRAMSTON From: The Australian June 03, 2013 12:00AM

    THE temperance movement reached its apogee in Australia during World War I when it was successful in pressuring several state governments to introduce early closing times for pubs.

    While these groups helped to educate the public about the dangers of alcohol abuse and preached teetotalism, they failed to win support for the prohibition of alcohol.

    A century later, there are signs the ideological fervour of the temperance movement is being revived. But not by well-meaning Christian or women’s groups.

    Government-funded political activists are mounting a moral war on alcohol, targeting the most minimal levels of alcohol consumption”.

    –They subscribe to a nanny-state philosophy. Plain packaging of cigarettes and the alcopops tax (which failed to reduce the consumption of sugary alcoholic drinks) are examples of the interventionist response they are encouraging. Now there’s talk of a tax on fatty foods.”
    READ MORE http://www.theaustralian.com.au/opinion/columnists/its-my-party-ill-drink-if-i-want-to/story-fnbcok0h-1226655456872
    You can dob them in if they are smoking hooch or driving under the influence … But harming themselves & their unborn child, & later neglecting to feed & shelter them.. It is a case of ”Mind your own business, old girl!

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