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Billionaire businessman Sir Richard Branson, English business magnate and investor and founder of Virgin Group with more than 400 companies, thinks the situation with drug regulations we see today is heading precisely in the same direction as back in those days during the prohibition. Richard Branson is part of the Global Commission on Drug Policy, which is comprised of former world leaders who want the problem with drugs to be approached as a health issue instead of a criminal offense and would implement vastly different drug policies if they had their time in power over again.

Yes! Our war for the legalization of cannabis has an official new supporter! This time it’s the one we are hoping to have enough power to make a real difference in our ongoing war. It is the famous hacker group “Anonymous” that has announced to launch a big campaign dedicated to the legalization of marijuana. “Anonymous” is of course well known for their actions to help Wikileaks and for recently attacking the websites of DOJ, FBI, Universal Music, MPAA and RIAA after the MegaUpload takedown. Already for some time there were rumors about this group wanting to use their cyber-power to campaign against the war on drugs and now it seems that the group has begun the Phase 1 of the campaign we have all been waiting for.

US Waves White Flag In Disastrous 'War On Drugs'

At least, that's the opinion of Hugh O'Shaughnessy in an article on Th

Richard Branson: Time To End The War On Drugs

The War on Drugs is unwinnable. Billions and billions of Dollars and Euros are wasted every year, with a result that's less than 0. And that's already going on for decades. You know that.

The War On Drugs Is Out Of Control

The film crew of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (HCLU) is attending the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Los Angeles, California.

Majority Of Americans Ready to Legalize Marijuana

As was the case last year, most respondents believe the “War on Drugs” has been a failure.

Vision: A Peaceful End To The Drug War

The international war on drugs isn't stopping drug use or trafficking - but it is ruining lives.