“The War on Drugs” explained by Graham Hancock

“When the state sends us to prison for essentially exploring our own consciousness, this is a grotesque abuse of human rights. It’s a fundamental wrong. If I as an adult am not sovereign over my own consciousness, then I am absolutely not sovereign over anything. I can’t claim any kind of freedom at all. And what has happened over the last forty or fifty years under the disguise of the war on drugs, is that we have been persuaded to hand over the keys of our consciousness to the state. The most precious, the most intimate, the most sapien part of ourselves, the state now has the keys. And furthermore, they’ve persuaded us that that’s in our interests. This is a very dangerous situation.”


Nov 25th / Tagged: Graham Hancock Joe Rogan The Joe Rogan Experience awesome consciousness drug policy drug war drugs freedom government individual autonomy individual sovereignty liberty quote self-ownership video war on drugs politics / 52 note †

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