When Nixon was running for re-election, many young people imagined that Eagleton’s Democratic party had made up its mind to stop sending men with guns to shoot people over marijuana. Almost nobody eligible to have the guns pointed at them read political party platforms. Unlike 1932, newspapers in 1972 made a point of not publishing party planks, thanks to the Nixon Anti-Libertarian Law.(link) The resulting level of ignorance and wishful thinking was summed up by cartoonist Shel Silverstein.
Joe Biden, who continues to oppose legalizing cannabis, said that more states should “recognize the significant costs to their economy when people with certain non-violent criminal records can’t fully contribute to their full talents and capacity.” However, “even when the states want to give that person a second chance and seal or expunge a certain non-violent criminal record, the record keeping-systems are so outdated, they don’t know how to do it.”(link)
Yet the Dems STILL want the federal government sending unionized looters out to confiscate homes, vehicles and bank accounts while pointing loaded pistols at people. Where in the papers do you see this clearly spelled out?
In 1972 exactly NO newspapers informed voters of the Libertarian Party’s plank calling for decriminalization of marijuana and entheogens such as mescaline, LSD, psilocybin and mushrooms, DMT and DET, and even bugbear drugs from South american plant leaves and Vietnamese and Afghani poppies. Why?
Nixon’s Anti-Libertarian Law still pays newspapers tax dollars to ignore the LP.(link) WaPo, the NYT and Chicago Tribune–in fact, every paper in the country would rather see you shot or rot in prison before giving up the political bribe your money pays them to lie, conceal and dissemble in an effort to reduce the efficacy of law-changing Libertarian spoiler votes.(link)
I will never buy another paper from those kleptocracy abettors, and I’ve voted the straight Libertarian Party ticket since the dawn of understanding as to what is going on.(link) But if you want to vote Kleptocracy, go ahead. Just do not expect any sympathy from me when your door comes flying in, your dog and kids are shot on a no-knock warrant and it turns out to be another wrong address.(link)
Brazilian Sci-fi from 1926 featuring the usual beautiful daughter of a scientist touting prohibition and racial collectivism in America’s Black President 2228 by Monteiro Lobato, translated by J Henry Phillips (link)
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