The clear evidence that marijuana doesn’t make you mellow and relaxed…

By May 24, 2020 Recent News

With the debate on legalising marijuana well under way, the common perception of the dope user is a relaxed mellow chilled-out smoker – just minding their own business. Love, peace and harmony.

That is far from the truth. Since launching our campaign to educate and encourage kiwi families to investigate the full evidence and harms of legalisation, we’ve received some lovely messages of support interesting messages.

WARNING: Explicit language and content.

and here’s the one we’re referring to the authorities….

Disturbing. People are more than welcome to challenge us on our views and debate the issue – but preferably using words with more than 4-letters. And without encouraging us to commit suicide.

Is this the real effect of marijuana that ex-New York Times journalist Alex Berenson has highlighted in his new book?

“An eye-opening report from an award-winning author and former New York Times reporter reveals the link between teenage marijuana use and mental illness, and a hidden epidemic of violence caused by the drug—facts the media have ignored as the United States rushes to legalize cannabis.”

We’ve invited Mr Berenson to NZ. Urgently.