UK Law currently states that hunting with dogs is illegal. Yet how many charges have the police brought against these illegal hunts? We all know the illegal hunts happen. The police have become a support network for these criminal hunts protecting them from prosecution. If the charges do go before the CPS the police have messed up do badly that the evidence and charges are usually dropped. British law should be upheld by the law enforcers, they should not be bending it at will to protect their paymasters. Oust corrupt police officers ✊
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Uri Davis writes Israel's Nation State Law is exactly in tune with the values outlined during Israel's founding. In fact the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel passed in 1948 never established a principle of equality or respect of national or ethnic origin.⠀
- Israeli police Prevented Palestinian demonstrators as they try to disperse a protest against a parade marking Jerusalem Day, in front of Damascus Gate outside Jerusalem's Old City May 20, 2012. Jerusalem Day marks the anniversary of Israel's capture of the Eastern part of the city during the 1967 Middle East War. In 1980, Israel's parliament passed a law declaring united Jerusalem as the nationally. (Photo: Mahfouz Abu Turk/APA Images).⠀
- Uri Davis (L), an Israeli member of the Palestinian political party Fatah, talks to Zakaria Zubaidi (R), a senior member of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades who laid down his arms in 2005, during a Fatah conference in Betlehem, August 10, 2009. (Photo: Musa al-Shaer/Getty Images).⠀
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
MARIJUANA Part 1
Q: What is marijuana?
A: Marijuana is the product of the hemp plant, cannabis sativa, containing the
psychoactive chemical delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other related
compounds. Popular names/slang for the drug include cannabis, weed, pot, reefer,
hash, chronic, and ganja.
Q: How do people use marijuana?
A: Marijuana is typically smoked using rolled paper cigarettes (joints), pipes, water
pipes (bongs), and vaporizers. However, the drug is also mixed into edibles and
drinks and extracted into potent oils and waxes.
Q: How does marijuana affect users?
A: Marijuana use impacts the human body both physically and mentally. The “high”
from the drug typically causes distorted senses, impaired judgment, lack of balance
and coordination, increased appetite, and trouble solving problems.
on Drug Abuse (NIDA) DrugFacts details short-term and long-term effects of
marijuana on the brain. The timing of the substance’s onset and effects depends on
how it is used.
Q: Is all marijuana the same?
A: No. Marijuana has various plants, hybrids, toxicity and purity levels, is grown under
varying conditions, and is sold in dissimilar amounts at dispensaries. According to
the NIDA, today’s THC concentrations in marijuana average close to 15 percent
compared to approximately 4 percent in the marijuana of the 1980s.
Q: How many people use marijuana?
A: The information below presents the most current research estimating marijuana use: • The 2016 World Drug Report estimates that there are 182.5 million global cannabis users in 2014, or 3.8 percent of the world. • The National Survey on Drug Use and Health reports more than 22.2 million Americans aged 12 or older were current users of marijuana in 2015, or 8.3 percent of the total population. Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit
drug in the United States. • “Marijuana has been the most widely used illicit drug since 1975,” according
to the most recent Monitoring the Future study.
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