Habituation to the use of plant medicines that politicians have taken great pains to demonize -- as opposed to official use of blessed medicines from Big Pharma, which doctors claim it is our duty to take every day of our lives. Thus America is in the midst of an addiction crisis that psychiatrists don't even recognize: the fact that 1 in 4 American women are addicted to Big Pharma antidepressants, many harder to quit than heroin. Is addiction bad? Depends whether Big Pharma is getting its cut or not.
Someone who intuitively knows that there's a world of helpful psychoactive drugs out there and believes he or she should have access to them. The Drug Warrior must ignore that demand because he or she believes that psychoactive plant medicine is a priori evil. So instead of discussing the problems with drug law, the Drug Warrior pathologizes the patient for wanting those substances. Instead of characterizing the patient as someone demanding their rights, they are demonized as an "addictive personality."
New form of barbarism, replacing the outdated practice of burning books. Ambitious tyrants realized in the 20th century that burning books merely affected WHAT people can think, while burning plants impacted HOW they can think and HOW MUCH (by denying them access to consciousness improving medicines).
Christian Science Sharia
Another name for the Drug War. Christian Science is the religion that holds that we do not need drugs (only prayer) to get by in life, whereas the term "Sharia" denotes a set of strict religiously based laws. The Drug War is Christian Science Sharia since it involves a strict government initiative to force Americans to take a jaundiced Christian Science view of drugs, at least when it comes to those that exhibit psychoactive properties.
Clean. Refers to a human body that contains only substances of which American politicians approve. One is clean if they only drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes. You can even be clean if you're an addict -- as long as you are addicted to Big Pharma antidepressants. In the old days, Benjamin Franklin used opium but he was considered clean, as was Freud when he used coke. In today's superstitious drug war era, where we judge people by the substances that they imbibe, neither of them would be considered clean. They wouldn't be considered clean because drug warriors have a dirty mind and can only see hedonism and licentiousness in drug-taking, refusing to realize the obvious truth that 'drugs' have improved creativity and productivity throughout the ages.
Word used to describe all those Americans who were not the least bit bothered by the fact that the DEA barged onto Jefferson's Monticello in 1985 to confiscate the Founding Father's poppy plants.
Go-to drug for Sigmund Freud, which has subsequently been demonized with a full-court press of drug war propaganda associating cocaine with bloody money and handguns -- all the time failing to point out that it is the drug war itself which brought the bloody money and the handguns into the picture in the first place.
Drug War propaganda disguised as a TV show genre, in which Christian Science Law Enforcement cracks down on those who dare to use (or worse yet, sell) Mother Nature's plants for the purposes of improving one's mood and/or mental focus. The police are thereby the enforcement arm of the American Psychiatric Association, ensuring that anyone who seeks mood improvement will dutifully shun Mother Nature's bounty and become addicted to Big Pharma's expensive meds instead.
Another term for television cop shows, since they always associate illicit drug use with crime and sorrow, completely ignoring folks like Freud and Ben Franklin, who used coke and opium respectively in order to live more fully, not to fry their brains. But drug war propaganda insists that substances can only cause problems once they have been demonized by politicians. Of course, most of the problems arise because prohibition places the distribution of plant medicines in the hands of the underworld.
Christian Science enforcement agency, tasked with enforcing Drug War Sharia, which is the outlawing of all naturally occurring psychopharmacological therapies. (Christian Science is the religion that tells us we should not use 'drugs', but have faith in God instead, preferably in Jesus Christ, of course.) When it's not busy demonizing and outlawing godsend plant medicines that could bring psychological relief to billions, the D E A is poisoning the American people by spraying marijuana plants with paraquat, a weed killer that has been shown to cause Parkinson's disease. The D E A is depicted in films torturing and murdering suspects at will (especially Mexican and Russian suspects) and snickering at the personal legal protections provided by the US Constitution. Although these events take place in movies, the D E A is in no hurry to denounce such films as slander. And the producers of the films make it clear that the heroes of such fascist propaganda are the anti-American D E A agents who string up suspects on meat hooks. Why? Because they dared to sell plant medicines of which politicians disapprove.
Someone who is so hideously evil that they will actually sell... wait for it, folks... MOTHER NATURE'S PLANT MEDICINES... thereby ignoring Big Pharma's monopoly on creating mood medicine and Psychiatry's monopoly on distributing it.
The extra-judicial enforcement of Christian Science Sharia, to ensure the starvation of those heretic job seekers who dare to use Mother Nature's bounty for psychological improvement and healing.
Drug war. Make-work program for law enforcement. It's a project to demonize plant medicines, a Quixotic crusade against Mother Nature, which actually causes all of the problems that it purports to be solving.
Drug warriors. Those who superstitiously believe that ostracized plant medicines can be bad without regard for the way that they are used or by whom. Anti-scientific Chicken Littles who scapegoat substances and hold them responsible for all social problems, big and small.
Drugs. Popular substances of which politicians do not approve, especially plant medicine whose sale does not profit pharmaceutical companies. 'Drugs' never existed in the past, in the way that America has defined them. To the drug warrior, 'drugs' are responsible for all sorts of behavior. They are thus the universal scapegoat, allowing politicians to ignore real problems: starting with the drug war itself, which causes all the violence that it claims to be fighting. There was no drug problem in Ancient Egypt. There was no drug problem in Ancient Persia. There was no drug problem in Ancient Rome. There was no drug problem in the Mongol Empire. There is only a drug problem today because politicians have turned psychoactive substances into the scapegoat for all social problems. If kids misuse substances, it is an education problem, not a drug problem. It is also a political problem, if this misuse happens where drug laws have kept kids from learning the truth and forced them onto harder substances because so many of the non-harmful ones have been mindlessly outlawed.
Barbaric brain-damaging treatment for severe depression rendered necessary by the DEA's outlawing of godsend plant medicines such as psilocybin.
Counter-revolutionary book of the Bible that falsely claims that God made plants for everyone (when in reality He created plants specifically for government to dole out or withhold as it sees fit).
Propaganda arm of the drug war, creating motion pictures in which the murder- and torture-friendly DEA are the heroes. See, for instance, "Running with the Devil," in which a hypocritical cigarette smoking DEA agent played by Natalie Reyes tortures and murders Americans because they attempted to sell naturally occurring plant medicines.
John C. Lawn
DEA Chief who poisoned American pot smokers in 1980 by lacing marijuana crops with paraquat, a deadly weed killer that has since been shown to cause Parkinson's disease.
Pejorative name for those who use psychoactive substances of which politicians disapprove, whether said persons are truly addicted or not. This term reveals the anti-nature metaphysics of the drug war, in that it explicitly refers to mother nature's plant medicines as "junk." That's funny. Last I heard, God looked at his creation and concluded that it was good.
Poisoning your enemy with weed killer. This term derives from the fact that DEA Commissioner John C. Lawn laced marijuana plants with paraquat in the 1980s, a weed killer that was subsequently found to cause Parkinson's Disease. SAMPLE SENTENCE: "You better watch out, Bill: I think that wife of yours is trying to lawn you!"
Americans who fret about the supposed dangers of re-legalizing drugs, selfishly failing to recognize the thousands that are needlessly killed, injured and arrested every year thanks to America's unprecedented scapegoating of psychoactive substances. If the drug warrior was really worried about young people, he or she would denounce the drug war, for it has created so much violence that it originated the whole cop show TV genre and the drug-war movie genre, in which cops laugh at Jeffersonian rights, scorn natural law, and refer to otherwise law-abiding substance users as scumbags, that language of dehumanization that we haven't heard since the fall of the Nazis in World War Two.
Holy Big Pharma substances prescribed by doctors. Typically addictive, and considered a moral duty to take every day of one's life. (compare with evil drugs)
Any foreign politician of whom the American president does not approve. This label is generally applied in order to shore up stateside support for an invasion, since there's nothing that Americans love to hate quite so much as a drug dealer -- one of those evil people who has the gall to actually sell plant medicines to consenting adults.
The idea that there are basic rights that government cannot abridge, like the right to access the plants and fungi that grow at our very feet. America was under natural law from the writing of the Declaration of Independence until 1914, when the Harrison Narcotics Act first criminalized a plant.
Drug demonized by racist American politicians who insist that the world accept alcohol as its one-and-only go-to drug for relaxation and self-transcendence, notwithstanding the fact that the poppy has been used responsibly for millennia by other cultures. Thus Americans travel overseas to burn poppy plants under the cover of preventing American addictions -- failing to realize that by this same logic, the Islamic world could come to America to burn down our grape vines and breweries. Of course, if America really wanted to fight addiction, they would be worried about the 1 in 8 American males and 1 in 4 American females who are addicted to Big Pharma anti-depressants, but such drug use is invisible to Drug Warriors as long as the money it generates is enriching the Fortune 500. Oh, did I mention: Famous opium users included Marcus Aurelius, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson.
Partnership for a Drug-Free America
Drug War propaganda agency behind the most mendacious advertisement of all time: the Christian Science ad campaign known as "This is your brain on drugs," which has bamboozled generations of Americans by associating brain damage with the use of plant medicines of which politicians disapprove. The irony of the campaign is that the brain fogging to which the ad refers is most likely to come from the use of Big Pharma's highly addictive anti-depressants and benzodiazepines, whereas many illegal substances, including psychedelics, cocaine and morphine, are well-known for providing mental clarity, so much so, that the Air Force has required its pilots to use what the drug warrior would derisively refer to as "speed" on certain vital missions.
Contemptuous word for police. Conservatives berate radicals for using this term, failing to realize that their own drug war created the contempt that they decry. No one would demonize police for protecting women and orphans from robbery and murder but when the police are put in charge of a vicious drug war sharia that seeks to deprive human beings of mother nature's plant medicines, then it's to be expected that those who enforce such laws will be treated contemptuously. In short, if you want police to be respected, start by ending America's unprecedented war on psychoactive plant medicines.
Enforcement arm of the American Psychiatric Association, to ensure its monopoly in providing psychopharmacological therapies. Its chief enforcement technique: arresting anyone who dares possess the plants of which American politicians disapprove.
American president whose ultra-violent "Drug War" created the Drug War movie genre and provided the plot for thousands of television cop shows for half a century, meanwhile ruining the lives of minorities and depriving millions around the world of godsend cures by criminalizing and otherwise preventing mere scientific research on the substances of which politicians disapprove.
One of the many Big Pharma meds that the hypocritical drug warrior will never complain about, even though these pills are addictive and targeted at youngsters. See also anti-depressants and benzodiazepines, which the hypocritical drug warrior approves of while yet demonizing plant medicines that were given to humankind by God himself in the Book of Genesis.
the drug problem
The problem that exists by default when we ignore the causal factors of poverty, ignorance and the black market. By focusing on substances (the hated "drugs") rather than social problems and ignorance, conservatives can avoid fixing social problems while yet being able to demonize their hated opponents as drug users. Meanwhile, liberals can medicalize the problem by insisting that "drug users" get help. Both liberals and conservatives ignore social causes. Both ignore the fact that "drugs" have been used responsibly by other cultures for millennia, many have been crucial in religion, and that many American heroes used substances that we now demonize and criminalize, in violation of the natural law upon which America was founded.
There is no drug problem. Or if there is, it is the problem of Big Pharma addicting 1 in 4 Americans to mind-fogging antidepressants that conduce to anhedonia, many of which are harder to kick than heroin. But we ignore that kind of "drug problem" entirely. What further proof do we need that "drugs" are just a political scapegoat, a whipping boy for politicians who have to blame something -- but are loath to blame social arrangements -- including the drug war itself, which encourages dangerous drug use by criminalizing safe alternatives and by demonizing substances rather than understanding them and teaching about them. Meanwhile it makes a rational understanding of drugs impossible by lying about them in "frying pan" ads and censoring any instances of "drug" use by major religions or by heroes of the past (like Marcus Aurelius, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Sigmund Freud... etc.).
This is your brain on drugs
Perhaps the most mendacious American ad campaign of all times. It has bamboozled generations of Americans into believing the Christian Science lie that Mother Nature's plant medicines will fry your brain. The irony is that there are drugs out there that will truly fry your brain by changing your brain chemistry for the worse, but those drugs are legal anti-depressants and they are made by Big Pharma, not by Mother Nature. SAMPLE SENTENCE: "I thought Prozac was working great, until I went to my own parents' funeral, that is, and suddenly realized to my horror that I was feeling nothing at all: THAT was my brain on drugs, ladies and gentlemen, Big Pharma drugs -- whereas Benjamin Franklin used opium and Sigmund Freud used cocaine to SHARPEN their intellects, not to dull them."
War on Plants
Another name for the Drug War. See also Christian Science Sharia