Personal Choice

This is the story of 2000 Capetonians protesting against the prohibition of marijuana on 4 May 2013.
Prohibition is a harmful law that makes criminals out of people who choose to use a drug that affects only themselves and no-one else. Prohibition is the doctrine that allows and encourages the police to arrest people for marijuana possession, use, growing and sale. Arrest, forced court appearances and imprisonment are violent, unethical acts that do clear harm to people’s lives, unlike the use of marijuana, which harms no one. Whether you are for or against marijuana on a personal level, it should not be up to any person to forbid any substance from another person. The only person you may make that choice for is yourself.

Thanks Dave Dornbrackfor the video

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