George Soros will travel to Uruguay to support legalization of marijuana

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http://www.expansion.com/2013/09/24/latinoamerica/economia/1380023326.html

The President of Uruguay, José Mujica, met in New York with billionaire investor George Soros, philanthropist and supporter of liberal political causes, which confirmed a visit to Uruguay to support the process of legalizing marijuana as considers the country as a “laboratory” whose example can be useful to the world. “We realize that Uruguay will be a laboratory and if experience can succeed, can serve the world. Everyone will be watching the country,” Mujica Soros indicated. “Soros insists that the general policy regarding drug leads does not work”, said Mujica, after his meeting with the billionaire, and added that there must be a “conceptual change” in the United States.

The president has again pointed out that the new regulation Uruguay is “a serious policy” and that there is a “viva la pepa, free love,” but includes a “population control,” the Uruguayan newspaper El Pais . Moreover, Soros has acknowledged that he is aware that changes internationally on the subject of drug legalization depend on the success of Uruguay and its new approach in the field. The billionaire pointed out that the states of Colorado and Washington, in the United States, also try to implement a similar process in the regulation Uruguayan consumption of marijuana. The Open Society Foundation, an organization that Soros founded in 1979 and is headquartered in New York, has followed the situation in Uruguay on drugs for more than two years, when he began to make “some funding” to prolegalización local movements of cannabis. Since then, the Foundation has remained linked with Uruguayan organizations prolegalización.

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gotta watch this sneaky prick..there would be something very political about this support..nothing happens by accident..

401

~ by seeker401 on September 29, 2013.

9 Responses to “George Soros will travel to Uruguay to support legalization of marijuana”

  1. There is lots of money to be made in the legalization of marijuana. It’s a simple as that. No conspiracy needed.

    • The conspiracy is that they don’t say they are doing it to make money. They say its for other reasons and soros would use the popularity of such a movement for his political endeavours.

    • it isn’t just that there’s money to be made, it’s about who is making it. the *only* way for the government and the corps to get in on the action is to legalize it.

  2. http://rt.com/news/uruguay-marijuana-senate-legalize-949/

    Uruguay is just one step away from becoming the first country in the world to legalize marijuana. On Tuesday, the Senate is to vote on a historic bill that would regulate the production and sale of cannabis for adults at a price of $1 per gram.

    The legislation, put forward by President Jose Mujica, was approved by the lower chamber of congress in late July. It is believed that the bill’s passage through the Senate is almost certain given that Mujica supporters, the leftist Broad Front hold the majority in the upper chamber.

    The measure is meant as a social experiment aimed at reducing drug-related crime. For over a year, president Mujica, 78, has been actively campaigning for the law that will give the government control and regulatory power over the entire chain from the production and harvesting to the sale and consumption of pot.He has also urged foreign governments to support the move.

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    George Soros will travel to Uruguay to support legalization of marijuana
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    http://www.expansion.com/2013/09/24/latinoamerica/economia/1380023326.html

    The President of Uruguay, José Mujica, met in New York with billionaire investor George Soros, philanthropist and supporter of liberal political causes, which confirmed a visit to Uruguay to support the process of legalizing marijuana as considers the country as a “laboratory” whose example can be useful to the world. “We realize that Uruguay will be a laboratory and if experience can succeed, can serve the world. Everyone will be watching the country,” Mujica Soros indicated. “Soros insists that the general policy regarding drug leads does not work”, said Mujica, after his meeting with the billionaire, and added that there must be a “conceptual change” in the United States.

    The president has again pointed out that the new regulation Uruguay is “a serious policy” and that there is a “viva la pepa, free love,” but includes a “population control,” the Uruguayan newspaper El Pais . Moreover, Soros has acknowledged that he is aware that changes internationally on the subject of drug legalization depend on the success of Uruguay and its new approach in the field. The billionaire pointed out that the states of Colorado and Washington, in the United States, also try to implement a similar process in the regulation Uruguayan consumption of marijuana. The Open Society Foundation, an organization that Soros founded in 1979 and is headquartered in New York, has followed the situation in Uruguay on drugs for more than two years, when he began to make “some funding” to prolegalización local movements of cannabis. Since then, the Foundation has remained linked with Uruguayan organizations prolegalización.

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