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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Take Wall Street #takewallstreet

Take Wall Street #takewallstreet:
We bought it
We create our own employment
Let's 


Create Jobs:
1. End the War on Drugs;

2. Substitute Treatment; and 


3. Let the President know that each  
and every child is entitled to a computer. 


He's listening at:


http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact


Who ever controls the regulation of  Medication /Drugs Controls the 99%
We've all seen the pictures; we can help our selves 
We don't live in Somalia 

where citizens (now called pirates) are controlled economically through brutal oppression by pitting different clans/gangs (Civillian members of society) against each other. 




http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact
















We do have a message to take to the President and his cabinet and our representatives that make up the ‘House’ Take this message to the President:

JOB Creation Bill:

About Prohibition: The Twenty-first Amendment ending national prohibition became officially effective on December 15, 1933. 1.This is at minimum a class action Habeas Corpus calling for a review of all drug related convictions. 2. A jobs bill. That puts a computer in the hand of every child.


Prohibition is  “an affront to the whole history of mankind.” “Winston Church Hill” It is a the best way of assuring  the split between the haves and the have nots a 1:99  percent ratio.
http://babyalgebratoys.blogspot.com/2011/10/take-wall-street-takewallstreet.html calls for an end to drug prohibition (e.g. some form of legalization), and its replacement with some sensible framework in which drugs can be regulated and controlled instead.
Company Overview:
Pull out of the War on Drugs
Calls for an end to drug prohibition (e.g. some form of legalization), and its replacement with some sensible framework in which drugs can be regulated and controlled  and taxed instead.
Mission:
1. Enact some form of legalization of drugs, probably involving regulation, globally.

2. End mandatory minimum sentencing, and reduce the use of arrests and incarceration.

3. Medical freedom, including medical marijuana, making methadone prescribing easier, and freeing pain prescribing from the chilling effect of the DEA.

4. Harm reduction, including needle exchange programs, heroin maintenance, 911 Good Samaritan laws for when people have to report overdoses, for example.

5.Create Jobs relative to: 1.Ending drug prohibition, 2.Replacement legislation and the redistribution of wealth to include the meeting the basic needs of all North Americans by any means necessary .
3.  Humanitarian placement of a computer in the hand of every child.

The Twenty-first Amendment ending national prohibition became officially effective on December 15, 1933. 1.This is at minimum a class action Habeas Corpus calling for a review of all drug related convictions. 2. A jobs bill. That puts a computer in the hand of every child.








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