End the War Sex and the War on Drugs


Why should something you can give away for free be illegal to sell? It makes no sense

It is time to end the War on Sex and the War on Drugs in America. Both are colossal failures in regards to their effectiveness at stopping the world’s oldest profession and eliminating drug seeking behavior.

Trading sex for material wealth or higher social status is the very essence of what being a woman is. They do it all the time, day in and day out whether they realize it or not. This behavior is not going away, as it is ingrained in the human genome.

Men ALWAYS pay for sex one way or the other. If you think a woman is interested in you because you are such a fine human being you are a Beta or Omega who’s got another thing coming. Females are strategic about their sexual and mating practices and the oft-quoted Briffault’s Law sums the transaction up best, whether it involves leaving a Benjamin on the night stand or signing over the deed on your home after a frivorce:

The female, not the male, determines all the conditions of the animal family. Where the female can derive no benefit from association with the male, no such association takes place.

That’s not a hypothesis. That’s not a theory. It’s a LAW. Sadistic lawmakers should let that one sink in before they destroy men’s lives for paying up front for sex instead of making a balloon payment at the end. Because those are the options if a man plays around with the fire known as marriage in Anglo America, or instead wisely avoids that legal cesspool altogether.

America continues to wage one of its insane Wars on Normal Human Activity with the War on Sex. There needs to be a cease fire in this culture war.


The War on Drugs creates more crime and more dead people than legalizing drugs would

War on Drugs

Ah, the War on Drugs. Started by Nixon and now totally overblown into a full scale paramilitary force terrorizing a man growing a pot plant in his own home.

At the very least the last three Presidents are known to have used either marijuana or cocaine, both or worse drugs at some point (and possibly many points) in their lives. Bush II was rumored to have a raging coke habit at one point in his life. Clinton’s brother reportedly told DEA agents Billy Jeff “had a nose like a vacuum cleaner.”

So, moral authorities they are not.

The same leaders also have dirty drug running laundry stretching back to the administration of Poppy Bush, as both that family and the Clinton crime family are implicated in the transportation of cocaine through Mena, AR in the late 80s and early 90s.

Then there’s Afghanistan. As reported by Common Dreams:

The cultivation of opium poppy in Afghanistan—a nation under the military control of US and NATO forces for more than twelve years—has risen to an all-time high, according to the 2013 Afghanistan Opium Survey released Wednesday by the United Nations.

According to the report, cultivation of poppy across the war-torn nation rose 36 per cent in 2013 and total opium production amounted to 5,500 tons, up by almost a half since 2012.

“This has never been witnessed before in the history of Afghanistan,” said Jean-Luc Lemahieu, the outgoing leader of the Afghanistan office of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, which produced the report.

Here’s how the game works if you haven’t figured it out.

With all prohibitions on everything from alcohol to sex to drugs, banning things just sends the activity into the underground and creates crime and gangs, i.e. Al Capone who arose during the prohibition on alcohol.

Alcohol was legalized, and unsurprisingly the gangs went away!

Politicians know this. Which is why their motto is, “Pass a law, create a business.” In this case, a “business” of government thugs arresting people for things at least the past three Presidents did including snorting cocaine, if not being fully involved in the full scale transportation and distribution of the drug while killing anyone who found out about the government’s dirty little secret in Mena.


The first rule of politics is accuse others of your misdeeds to deflect from your own guilt

Hypocrisy and Control

Ron Paul seems to be the only politician willing to give us Realtalk on the Drug War, rather than the normal mushroom treatment the American sheeple get in which politicians feed us figurative manure and leave us in the dark. Paul tells us what’s up:

I don’t like the drugs, but I’ll tell you what… As much as I don’t like those drugs, I really don’t like the drug war. I think it’s much more dangerous. A lot more people have died in the drug wars than have died from the drugs. In fact, more people have died from prescription drugs than they do from the illegal drugs.

He’s absolutely right. The War on Drugs has shifted drug seeking behavior from street corner drug dealers to doctors, pharmacists and drug companies who have gladly filled the vacuum with prescription opioids. Prescription drugs now kill FAR more people than street drugs. The new Prohibitions have also created dangerous black markets for drugs (and sex, too) just like the aforementioned black market that developed during the prohibition of alcohol.

In short, any War on Normal Human Activity (whether you view that activity as good or bad) is really about:

  1. Creating problems with people’s lives to create profit
  2. Passing laws to create businesses/bureaucracies
  3. Extending the government’s control over your personal life
  4. Conditioning the populace using B.F. Skinner’s techniques

Be careful the smiling faces and crooked lies of the political class. They’re the wolves, and we are the sheep.

Bringing the discussion full circle, banning fucking for money is also aimed at achieving the same above objectives for social engineers and human farmers. End the War on Sex. Selling sex should absolutely be legal for two consenting adults in a free society. End the War on Drugs. Portugal did, and the results speak for themselves. The only problem is…what to do with all the unemployed government thugs after freedom is given back to the citizens?

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  • Totally agree on both fronts. I don’t even use drugs but could care less if others do. Alcohol is legal and has the same effects.

    The war on sex is far worse though since sex is a normal natural human desire. To punish any consenting adults for exchanging cash for sex is beyond dumb and a waste of law enforcement time. It doesn’t harm anyone and making it legal would make it safer for everyone involved, especially the girls. You could have legal brothels like we’ve had throughout human history-it would be just like going to the strip club.


  • Rel,

    I would like to point out one thing: that organized crime would exist even if drugs were legalized. It existed before Prohibition; it continued to exist after Prohibition was repealed; and will continue even if the wars on both drugs and sex were repealed tomorrow, because they’d find another business to enter. Organized crime WILL find a raison d’etre.

    Now, as to drugs and sex, I think both should be legalized. Regardless of the moral considerations (and I was for their prohibition in the past on moral grounds, BTW) one has, making sex and drugs illegal simply DOES NOT WORK; they’re still widely available! In fact, they’re MORE widely available now than they were in the past, as evidenced by the drop in cocaine’s price; in both nominal and real terms, coke costs LESS now than 30 years ago. The government would be better served by doing what they did with alcohol: regulate it and tax it. It would bring more money into gov’t coffers, and it would reduce the requirement (and concomitant spending) for increased law enforcement resources (human and otherwise).

    I mean, if you try to prohibit supply of a desired product (e.g. stamp out coca production Colombia); if you try to stamp out production in one place; that production will just move elsewhere. Sure, coca production was pretty much eradicated in Colombia, but that production simply moved south to Peru, which, OBTW, has become the world’s NUMBER ONE coca producer! If it’s stamped out in Peru, it’ll simply move to Chile, Bolivia, or perhaps Brazil. If there’s a market for a product, some enterprising individual WILL serve that market-duh! That’s just the way it is.

    As for the demand side, just legalize drugs already! The vast majority of people who do them are simply looking for a good time, looking for an escape, etc. They’re not bad or violent! Why lock them up and ruin their lives? Why ruin the lives of their families and loved ones? As I stated above, the gov’t would be better served by regulating and taxing drugs. People would be safer too, because then their content could be controlled; drugs wouldn’t be cut with goodness knows what.

    Those are my thoughts for the wars on drugs and sex; end them already! Make them legal, and we’ll all be better off. If gov’t insists on having a piece of the action, then they could regulate, control, and tax these things; they already do it with alcohol. During Prohibition, some unscrupulous producers would make methanol, or wood alcohol, which causes blindness; after Prohibition, this hasn’t been a problem. The same will happen if drugs and sex are legalized.



  • It’s interesting that you have a scene from the movie, Scarface, featured here. It was Al Pacino’s character, Tony Montana, who said: First you get the money, then you get the power. When you get the power, then you get the chicks…


  • I would tell Donald Trump he needs to seriously consider rolling back on all things feminism:
    1) Affirmative Action repealed
    2) Title IX repealed
    3) Women’s suffrage repealed
    4) Alimony and Child Support repealed
    5) False rape accusers get the maximum penalty meted out to the accused
    6) False sexual harassment accusers get the maximum penalty meted out to the accused.

    Make America Great For Men Again!


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