Meria with Dennis Bohlke – Safer Arizona

Tshirt_Greenb10/22/13 Meria interviews Dennis Bohlke, author of the Arizona Marijuana Initiative and treasurer of Safer Arizona. Any amount of marijuana is a felony in Arizona – why? Decriminalizing vs. Legalizing; Az. is the 6th most incarcerated State in the USA; drug war is a failure except for the cartels; Uruguay legalized it; an initiative is a last resort in Az; Arbitrary imprisonment; Az, the Alabama of the 21st Century; Religious groups in charge; the medical marijuana lobbies against it – they are a monopoly; Harm Reduction Bill; 70 yrs of lies about marijuana; citizens thought of and treated like livestock; class warfare; don’t want you to THINK; Police get Federal dollars for drug arrests; Medical card – a protection racket; peace officers are now enforcement officers; what’s in the initiative? should be sold and taxed the same as alcohol; the Nanny State and your lack of freedoms; SB1070 was an acceptance of Hitler; the 2nd Amendment and lots more. Very informative show.




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4 Responses to "Meria with Dennis Bohlke – Safer Arizona"

  1. Valerie says:

    Hi Meria:
    This was an excellent broadcast—just ‘chock-full-of’ facts and critical information. Many praises to you for inviting this guest on your show. Also, praises to Dennis Bohlke for heading this initiative as well as his role in the Political Action Committee.

    What’s happening in Arizona is awful and another warning to other states to wake up and take ‘preventative’ action now because we’re next. We must think that way when we learn about abuse of authority taking place in any other state (or country). Even if we are not marijuana smokers, this pushes ‘that which ultimately, all things considered, serves a greater purpose’ in the right direction. I really think the comment you made that marijuana relaxes people so that they ‘think’ more is eye opening.

    A thinking society is a very scary thing to the ruling class. I found the discussion about these different industries lobbying the initiative’s effort out of concern to maintain their monopoly—all at the expense of people’s lives, very interesting and sad. Thank you for another great transmission.

  2. Meria says:

    thank you! I thought it was excellent too and suggest everyone take a listen.

  3. debalexander2000@aol.com says:

    This was a very enlightening interview. I learned a lot about the workings of my own state government that I did not know. His exhortation to start at the lowest (and very accessible) level of government to petition for change is a very good idea.

  4. Meria says:

    yes, quite the learning experience.

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