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Jeffrey Dhywood
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Investigative writer - Author of "World War-D: the case against prohibitionism. A roadmap to controlled re-legalization."
Investigative writer - Author of "World War-D: the case against prohibitionism. A roadmap to controlled re-legalization."

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Audacious, well-planned and executed, there are no words to describe the most spectacular evasion of the century of the most powerful drug lord in the world. And no better illustration of the dismal failure of the war on drugs.

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It will take more than words to drive to the  polls people who otherwise rarely bother to vote but nonetheless contributed substantially twice to Obama's victories: drug policy reform advocates.
http://www.world-war-d.com/2014/07/17/obama-promise-massive-drug-policy-reform-again-will-he-deliver-this-time-around/

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World-War-D: a meticulous, logical and reasoned indictment of the war on drugs and prohibitionism; a detailed roadmaps to controlled re-legalization. Spread the word around you! Help raise awareness to the urgency of global drug policy reform! 
http://www.world-war-d.com/

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When Jason Collins came out of the closet on Monday, he got a call of support from President Obama and ex-president Clinton.
 When Michael Phelps was caught smoking pot, he was disciplined and had to apologize profusely even though President Obama and ex-president Clinton both smoked pot in their youth. http://www.world-war-d.com/
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Deep roots into society of Narco-trafficking & organized crime: 
The longer narco-trafficking is allowed to flourish, the deeper the roots it grows into society, the harder it becomes to eradicate it.
Alcohol prohibition lasted only 13 years, but it took the US, the most powerful country on earth, more than 50 years to somewhat curb the power of the mafias.
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The real crime is to give control of the illegal drug marketplace to organized crime. 
 Are organized societies capable and willing to manage and control psychoactive substances, instead of leaving it to organized crime?
http://www.world-war-d.com/2013/01/27/prohibition-in-a-market-economy/

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Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina is emerging as an unlikely leader in the fight for global drug policy reform.

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