Thursday, October 2, 2008

You always knew that George Soros was a political mastermind, but I never suspected he was the world's largest drug dealer

These are actual excerpts from the speech by Calvina Fay of the Drug Free America Foundation at the World Forum Against Drugs. [h/t Drug War Rant]

I could not make this shit up.

As David Evans mentioned, In the United States, there is a very large and very well financed movement to normalize and legalize drug use and drug trafficking. Much of that movement is funded by a name that many of you know - George Soros, a convicted criminal who has publicly labeled himself as an atheist and yet has claimed that he is God...

Mr. Soros is about power and fame. His philosophy is to destroy societies that he does not like and then recreate them using his "open society" model. He destroys by creating chaos. And what better way to create chaos in society than to have a drug-addicted population that dominates. To have societies with drug-friendly laws and policies will certainly contribute to creating this chaos.
As in some other countries, Mr. Soros seeks to destroy our political system in the US and to create chaos in our judicial and law enforcement systems and even in our military.

He has contributed millions to the drug legalization movement as well as bought many of our politicians....

And speaking of getting well - let's talk a minute about the fraudulent campaigns to legalize marijuana as a so-called medicine. This illusion that has been created by the Soros minions that marijuana is a so-called medicine is a huge violation of human rights!

Truly sick people who deserve legitimate medical treatment have been duped into believing that marijuana will help them, while in reality it is hurting them. All because a special interest group is advancing a hidden agenda to normalize and legalize marijuana use. The sad thing is that people smoking pot probably do feel better even if they are not getting better but they could also feel better by smoking crack cocaine or injecting heroin. Will these be the next drugs to legalize as so-called medicine?


There are two brief things I want to say here:

1) If George Soros really is bankrolling drug legalization efforts, I owe him an apology for thinking he'd never done a damn thing I approved of in his life.

2) Thank God we have people in America like Steve Kubby.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

As much as I support many of the initiatives you profess--here we part ways. Having worked in states where I could dispense THC, and did so gladly--the control still needs to be in place. If drug addiction mirrors at all what alcohol addiction has done to individuals, families, homes and society, then yes..regulation must prevail. The fall-out from this affects generations. The individual decision often yields a mass consequence. The unknown here is which person/user is responsible...and which person/user we end up being responsible for. This crap shoot isn't worth it to me, and I will yield to the feds and law.

tom said...

I knew there was a reason I liked /. where people who don't give a pseudonym post as "Anonymous Coward"

Terry Wright said...

Great stuff!

The speech by Calvina Fay is the epitome of how anti-drug groups operate. It is full of blatant lies and conspiracy theories. It is the best example yet of why these zealots fail to gather the support of rational people.

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