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Jan 17 2021

Decriminalizing Magic Mushrooms

Impending single party rule by Democrats means that many of freedoms will be curtailed: economic freedom, freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, et cetera. However, restrictions on degeneracy will continue to be loosened. Next after marijuana will be hallucinogenic mushrooms.

From Somerville, Massachusetts, which is rumored to be even moonbattier than neighboring Cambridge (home of Harvard):

The city council unanimously passed a resolution last Thursday saying that that no city employee or department, including police, should use any city funds or resources to assist in the enforcement of laws imposing criminal penalties for the possession of entheogenic plants by adults.

“Entheogenic” means hallucinogenic.

This mainly applies to magic mushrooms, which remain illegal under state and federal law. But then, marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance under federal law; somehow that doesn’t stop it from being legalized in states throughout the country.

A sign that a society is decaying is that sometimes laws are enforced rigidly, but other times they are ignored.

Maybe more people taking hallucinogenic drugs is what we need to arrest our decline. If legalizing shrooms doesn’t work, we can try LSD next.

On a tip from Jack D.


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