[Firearms & Liberty] The War on Drugs

Foreward by Scott Ostrander

Nothing in the history of the United States has been more destructive to the Bill of Rights, than what is commonly referred to as "The War on Drugs." The government does this through the RICO laws and other civil forfeiture laws, which clearly violate the Fourth, Fifth and Eighth Amendments, such as property seizure without a warrant or even an arrest! But these laws have no moral or Constitutional basis.

As the Libertarian party so eloquently stated:

"Because only actions that infringe on the rights of others can properly be termed crimes, we favor the repeal of all federal, state, and local laws creating "crimes" without victims." And even more to the point:

"The so-called "War on Drugs" is a grave threat to individual liberty, to domestic order and to peace in the world; furthermore, it has provided a rationale by which the power of the state has been expanded to restrict greatly our right to privacy and to be secure in our homes.

"We call for the repeal of all laws establishing criminal or civil penalties for the use of drugs and of "anti-crime" measures restricting individual rights to be secure in our persons, homes, and property, or limiting our rights to keep and bear arms."

So, in the spirit of personal liberty, this information is presented and the argument that the War on Drugs is not only un-Constitutional, violating personal privacy and self-ownership rights, but it has become a War on People. Further and further draconian measures and cruel paramilitary law enforcement techniques are being used on our citizens, simply because the government wrongly believes that it was given the right to determine what we the People can and cannot ingest.

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