Canvassing for Opinion - aka "Blairs Brain on Cannabis"

IMHO prohibition sentiment requires inherent addiction to status quo, an incapacity to visualise beyond the here and now and a desperate desire to know others might feel the same... Reform is not revolutionary, rather it is evolutionary. Having survived banging your head against a brick wall the evolutionist relishes having stopped. / Blair

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Helen Clark's Seed Bed and for SHORE issue.

Dear Phil, the sheep is on the right
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> I feel that your comments regarding Helen Clark require a response.
>
> ...But its just as well Helen is not being invited to give an
> opinion as to whether she deserves a toilet brush award
> for lying and deception, not to mention malfeasance!!!!
> (Golly!)

Someone who, in choosing not to intervene (do nothing to prevent harm to another human being) is as complicit as those who conspire to do so.

Negligence is an unlawful behavior. Malfeasance describes negligence in service of others. The standard of proof associates profit or gain (tangible or otherwise) with degrees of complicity. I suggest the governership of a nation is at the tall end of this non-monetised scale. Helen Clark's sorry arse is every bit deserving of an applied toilet brush. The only matter in question is the vigor at it should beapplied and perhaps more interestingly, seen to be done.

The process of review of the law may not have produced 'legalisation' but since Helen Clark in her '94 conclusion said of Helen Shaw at Waikato University,

I would like to end my address today by reissuing the challenge Helen Shaw made at the Cannabis and Health conference in Wellington last October to

have the courage to use to best effect the available information and understandings on marijuana.
Commission sound research to provide a scientific base to underpin present and future policies and programmes; and
Be honest and address the real issues (not just the politically safe ones) in a sensible productive and purposeful way.

If we can explore alternative policies with open minds and without petty political agendas intruding, I believe a consensus on a new, more rational approach may well emerge.

Helen Shaw was given to understand that the review would be as embracing, that the EACD was a 'safe pair of hands' and due process would not bow to mammon.

I heard the expression "House Nigger" used on Linda Clark's Radio New Zealand Nine to Noon this morning. Malfeasance not just a malediction describing Helen Clarks eleven years of perpetuated misadministration.

I like the comic metaphor of whuppin the old girl with a toilet brush for this dereliction [especially] if the weekends political choices are prohibitory.

Helen Clark's Seed Bed and for SHORE issue must be to fix what's broken now, any delay is prohibition in drag.

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