Our demands are simple:
- acknowledge that cannabis is a dangerous drug and a prime factor in countless acts of suicide and psychopathic violence, and that no amount of ‘regulation’ will eliminate this danger;
- acknowledge that the alleged medicinal benefits of particular aspects of cannabis are a red herring to soften attitudes to the pleasure drug and ensure that certain corporations are well placed if and when the pleasure drug is legalised;
- admit that since around 1973 cannabis has been decriminalised in all but name, and that this has been a grave mistake;
- begin punishing possession: a caution for a first offence, a mandatory six-month prison sentence and £1000 fine thereafter.