Progress is slow but picking up speed!!

Welcome to our website!! Come one, come all and help us to END the Insane drug war! It will not be easy but it must be done! I need your comments, ideas, insights, connections, your efforts and actions to make this website a worldwide center for ending the drug war monstrosity. You can post anonymously of course! 

I started this weblog about 9 months ago and knew it’d take time to develop it.  I’ve been hampered by some medical issues(drug war related)–  stealing my time  and energy– but have forged ahead to build the site as I can.  And thanks to Mr. Peter Guither at   I think  I have  arrived at synergistic  launch point .
I have a large wish list for this site:      More  visuals, more videos, state by state–country by country–county by county action forums, many more pages and planning possibilities, a jukebox with drug war songs and music, a sitemap, finishing on pages published, regular postings, it goes on and on. Please feel free to co-author this evolving  labor of love!  I’ll try to put in an open post page tonight!
More to Come–especially with your well appreciated help!  

Drug War Action Center

Malcolm Kyle says:

Prohibition has finally run its course; the lives and livelihoods of hundred’s of millions of people (users and non-users) worldwide have been destroyed or severely disrupted; many countries that were once shining beacons of liberty and prosperity have become toxic, repressive, smoldering heaps of hypocrisy and a gross affront to fundamental human decency. It is now the duty of every last one of us to insure that the people who are responsible for this shameful situation are not simply left in peace to enjoy the wealth and status that their despicable actions have, until now, afforded them. Former and present Prohibitionists must not be allowed to remain untainted or untouched by the unconscionable acts that they have viciously committed on their fellow human beings. They have provided us with neither safe communities nor safe streets. We will provide them with neither a safe haven to enjoy their ill-gotten gains nor the liberty to repeat such a similar atrocity.

Prohibition has (again) evolved local gangs into transnational enterprises with intricate power structures that reach into every corner of society, helping them control vast swaths of territory while gifting them with significant social and military resources—those responsible for this shameful policy—parasitic prohibitionists—should not go unpunished!