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1,058.  Here’s what we can do to change the world right now to a better ride: take all of that money we spend on weapons and defence each year and instead spend it feeding, clothing and educating the poor of the world, which it would many times over, and not one human being excluded, and we can explore space together, both inner and outer, in peace.  I believe that God left certain drugs growing naturally upon our planet to help speed up and facilitate our evolution.  (Life's Like That & God & World & Armaments & Weapons & Poor & Space & Drugs & Evolution)  Bill Hicks, Revelations, LDominion Theatre London

 

43,676.  Not all drugs are good now.  Some of them are great.  ibid.

 

 

28,961.  If you want to understand a society, take a good look at the drugs it uses.  And what can this tell you about American culture?  Well, look at the drugs we use.  Except for pharmaceutical poison, there are essentially only two drugs that Western civilization tolerates: Caffeine from Monday to Friday to energize you enough to make you a productive member of society, and alcohol from Friday to Monday to keep you too stupid to figure out the prison that you are living in.  (United States & Drugs)  Bill Hicks

 

 

97,778.  I don’t do drugs … I want to thank management for offering … The war on drugs is hypocrisy, man.  It’s not going to work.  It’s a lie … The war on drugs is really a cock-sucker, isn’t it?  (Comedy & Drugs & Hypocrisy)  Bill HIcks, Sane Man   

 

43,673.  Today, a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration — that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively.  There is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we're the imagination of ourselves.  Here’s Tom with the weather.  (Drugs & LSD & News)  ibid.

 

 

43,674.  I’ve taken drugs before and er I had a real good time.  Bill Hicks, Chicago, One Night Stand

 

 

43,677.  They lie about marijuana.  Tell you pot-smoking makes you unmotivated.  Lie!  When you’re high, you can do everything you normally do just as well — you just realize that it’s not worth the fucking effort.  There is a difference.  (Drugs & Cannabis & Lie)  Bill Hicks

 

 

43,678.  Here is my final point ... About drugs, about alcohol, about pornography ... What business is it of yours what I do, read, buy, see, or take into my body as long as I do not harm another human being on this planet?  And for those who are having a little moral dilemma in your head about how to answer that question, I’ll answer it for you. NONE of your fucking business.  Take that to the bank, cash it, and go fucking on a vacation out of my life.  Bill Hicks

 

 

43,679.  I loved when Bush came out and said, ‘We are losing the war against drugs’.

 

You know what that implies?  There’s a war being fought, and the people on drugs are winning it.  Bill Hicks

 

 

44,023.  Mushrooms grow naturally on the planet - they’re against the law.  Marijuana grows naturally on the planet - it’s against the law.  Do you think making Nature against the law a bit unnatural?  (Drugs & Cannabis & Mushrooms)  Bill Hicks  

 

 

99,614.  The bankers who launder the drug money … You want to slow down that drug traffic, you got to start to execute a few of these fucking bankers … Let’s bring back crucifixion … Naked upside-down crucifixions on TV once a week at the half-time football game.   (Comedy & Banksters & Crucifixion & Drugs)  George Carlin live in New York July 1997 

 

 

88,175.  Sex and drugs and rock and roll

Is all my brain and body need

Sex and drugs and rock and roll

Are very good indeed.  (Sex & Drugs & Rock)  Ian Dury & The Blockheads

 

 

108,627.  ‘There’s only two things that’ll happen to a young man that decides he wants to be a drug dealer: he’s going to prison, or he’s going to the graveyard: those are his only two options.’  (Crack & Drugs)  Crackhouse USA, 2010    

 

 

108,010.  And soon Democrats began competing with Republicans to prove they could be even tougher on them [possessors of small amounts of drugs] than their Republican counterparts.  And so it was president Bill Clinton who escalated the drug war far beyond what his Republican predecessor even dreamed possible.  And it was president Clinton that championed laws denying federal financial aid to drug offenders for college.  It was president Clinton who championed laws banning people with criminal convictions from access to public housing so that people wouldn’t have housing upon release from prison.  It was the Clinton administration that championed laws denying even food stamps under federal law who were once caught with drugs.  (Clinton & Democrats & Drugs)  Michelle Alexander, author The New Jim Crow, cited Hillary Clinton: Republican for President, Reich-Wing Watch 2016

 

 

94,817.  The war was declared with proper fanfair by President Bush in early September 1989 – or rather, re-declared, following the convention established twenty years earlier by President Nixon when he issued the first such dramatic declaration ... There are, however, a few problems.  The decline in 1989 simply continues a trend that began in 1985-6 for cocaine and in 1979 for other illicit drugs.  Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy

 

94,821.  There are good reasons why the CIA and drugs are so closely linked.  Clandestine terror requires hidden funds, and the criminal elements to who the intelligence agencies naturally turn expect a quid pro quo.  (Drugs & CIA)  ibid. 

 

94,824.  The US government is perhaps the world’s leading drug peddler, even if we put aside the US role in establishing the hard drug racket after World War II and maintaining it since.  How did this major story fare in the media blitz?  It passed virtually unnoticed – and needless to say, without a hint of the obvious conclusion.  ibid.

 

94,829.  With their contributions to the growth and punishment of the underclass, the Reagan-Bush administrations helped to create the current drug crisis, yet another fact that merits headlines.  And the current ‘war’ may well exacerbate the crisis.  (Drugs & Bush & Reagan)  ibid.

 

94,839.  The drug war seeks to undermine civil liberties with a broad range of measures, such as random searches based on police suspicion, aimed primarily at young Blacks and Hispanics.  The attack on civil liberties has aroused some concern, though not because of the increased abuse of the underclass.  ibid.

 

 

81,821.  Oh, Watson.  The needle.  (Murder & Horror & Drugs & Detective)  The Hound of the Baskervilles 1939 starring Basil Rathbone & Richard Greene & Wendy Barrie & Nigel Bruce & Lionel Atwill & John Carradine & Barlowe Borland & Beryl Mercer & Morton Lowry & Ralph Forbes et al, director Sidney Lanfield, closing words

 

 

2,178.  The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes of mind.  (Life’s Like That & Drugs & Mind)  William James

 

 

75,318.  I bought a gun and chose drugs instead.  (Gun & Drugs)  Kurt Cobain

 

 

4,468.  People took such awful chances with chemicals and their bodies because they wanted the quality of their lives to improve.  They lived in ugly places where there were only ugly things to do.  They didn’t own doodley-squat, so they couldn’t improve their surroundings so they did their best to make their insides beautiful instead.  (People & Drugs & Body)  Kurt Vonnegut, Breakfast of Champions
 

 

6,183.  Anyway, no drug, not even alcohol, causes the fundamental ills of society.  If we’re looking for the source of our troubles, we shouldn't test people for drugs, we should test them for stupidity, ignorance, greed and love of power.  (Society & Drugs & Stupidity & Ignorance & Greed & Power)  P J O’Rourke

 

 

11,456.  As well as cigarettes, drugs that you can buy over the counter became an obsession in Damien’s work.  (Art & Cigarette & Drugs)  Noel Fielding, Damien Hirst: First Look

 

 

43,909.  Narcotics: they can alter minds and ruin lives.  Users are often stigmatised, even reviled.  Many users end up in prison.  Yet there are some people who have won the right to take illegal drugs.  In California State law allows this woman to smoke marijuana as her medicine.  (Drugs & Cannabis)  Legal Drugs

 

43,910.  Governments can and do make exceptions to the blanket ban on drugs when there is evidence they can help treat the sick, when they used as a sacrament by the devout, or when it comes down to the issue of saving the lives of addicts.  Some governments permit people to take illegal narcotics.  But for many drugs remain dangerous and taboo.  ibid.

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