Unjust Us

Joshua Bender
Apr 24 · 2 min read

It’s good when we can ingest what we need for energy, health, and well being. Actual freedom of choice should cover the well being.

Every herb and drug is going to be a benefit to somebody at some time. If a substance causes someone harm, treatment should be available along with practical information and appropriate warnings to the public.

We must not be arbitrarily judged. We should do what we are capable of to the best of our knowledge. We have data on treatment and rehabilitation. The survey’s been in a long time. Treatment works.

You can’t collect data on punishment and revenge, and they are not ours to command, nor on our pay scale.

Problem solving is not taught in a system that requires a class of vulnerable people.

The war on drugs is as stupid as it sounds. What can we declare forbidden, other than misbehavior? Anything else is oppressive. When superiority looks at itself, it sees what it wants to see. Superiority has the deficiency of hatred. The war on drugs only works if you don’t believe in health care. Denying care would implicate hatred, ironically something that should be a consideration of health care.

People who have hatred can not think things through.

Hatred’s thoughtlessness takes away the mentality that is our strength. That’s why hatred is arguably the bane of humanity and should be of concern to all.

Thank you for your time.

Joshua Bender

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