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Thailand’s Health Minister Anutin defends Cannabis Bill in parliament


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38 minutes ago, nobodysfriend said:

small minority ? I doubt that ....

It is not so much a small minority which I think it is a minority the problem is that it is wanted by an even smaller minority of those that actually vote

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1 hour ago, Aussieroaming said:

Not to mention his pecuniary interests.

you jealous ? maybe you should of got in on the action and made some investment too.

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10 hours ago, peter zwart said:

Im afraid for mr Anutin that his reputation under the thai people has gone south. Dont think he have any chance anymore to be the next PM. 

He's never been popular Besides his home province of Burriram.

 

He's consistently polled in low single digits.  

 

 

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11 hours ago, peter zwart said:

Im afraid for mr Anutin that his reputation under the thai people has gone south. Dont think he have any chance anymore to be the next PM. 

Yeah, but he has the baht to buy it..

 

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Do you own your body or are you owned by the government? If you own your body then it is none of their business what you do with it including misuse it. If they own your body then you are a slave. Up to you. 

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1 hour ago, Snig27 said:

You only need to read that data to understand that you are talking drivel. There are mild effects that result from use but generally far less damaging than countless other things. Coffee has similar side effects. 

 

 

I will continue to put my faith in peer reviewed studies published in respected scientific journals.

 

 Come on then, back up your opinion with some peer reviewed studies then?  Or do you prefer talking through your anus?

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13 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Thai Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul told members of parliament today (Thursday) that liberalisation of cannabis remains the government’s policy, but there are controls to prevent its non-medical use.

Zero controls, by their own admission it's a free for all..

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

What MPs have described as a ‘distorted’ marijuana bill which was supposed to control the recreational use of the drugs has instead provided a framework for just that which it was supposed to suppress with minor, obvious and insignificant restrictions.

Exactly... farcical non-medical use law.

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

It is an issue which will decide the future course of the populist Bhumjaithai Party which has now staked its future on the mission to legalise pot and placing it at the centre of the economy.

As we thought.. Sex, Drugs and Alcohol 

3 things for which Thailand is well known for.

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4 hours ago, daveAustin said:

Amusing seeing all the reefer madness jobs piling on these threads. Give it up folks. 

I don’t get it like there  some competition between Drunks and Pot Heads , Give it up Drunks 

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