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Former Global Leaders Admit the Fake 'War on Drugs' is a Complete Failure

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« on: June 02, 2011, 05:50:50 pm »

War on drugs not working, says global commission
Governments should decriminalise drug use, according to high profile panel, including Kofi Annan and Richard Branson
http://www.activistpost.com/2011/06/war-on-drugs-not-working-says-global.html



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The global war on drugs has failed and governments should explore legalising marijuana and other controlled substances, according to a commission that includes former heads of state and a former UN secretary general.

A new report by the Global Commission on Drug Policy argues that the decades-old "global war on drugs has failed, with devastating consequences for individuals and societies around the world." The 24-page paper was released on Thursday.

"Political leaders and public figures should have the courage to articulate publicly what many of them acknowledge privately: that the evidence overwhelmingly demonstrates that repressive strategies will not solve the drug problem, and that the war on drugs has not, and cannot, be won," the report said.

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