Once upon a time, Colorado was a Red state.  It was a land of miners and cowboys.  It was the Wild West.

Then Colorado became the first state to legalize recreational marijuana.

Apparently that has not be enough to deaden the mind against whatever misery rampant Liberalism causes in people.  The people of Denver are now pushing forward with a ballot initiative to legalize magic mushrooms.

Magic mushroom decriminalization just got 8,000 signatures closer to being on Denver’s ballot

Activists who hope to make Denver the first U.S. city to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms moved a step closer to that goal Monday by turning in ballot petitions.

The initiative, if approved by voters in the May municipal election, would apply to the use and possession of psilocybin mushrooms, also called magic mushrooms, by adults 21 and older — by making it the lowest law-enforcement priority and barring the use of city resources to impose penalties.

Though psilocybin mushrooms are classified as an illegal drug federally, the strategy echoes earlier moves in Denver to decriminalize marijuana prior to state voters’ approval of legalization in 2012.

Who cares about federal law anymore, if you live in a Blue State, you can do whatever you want.  It’s not like the federal government is going to go in and arrest the politicians that openly violate it.  Just ask any gun owner who has had his rights under the Safe Passage clause of FOPA violated by New York.

Once this passes in Denver, you know it will spread to the rest of the state.

Also, it looks like Colorado isn’t alone in this.

In Oregon, activists plan to seek a 2020 statewide ballot measure that would allow the use of mushrooms for people with medical needs.

One word: Portland.

Drug use is a crutch.  Happy, emotionally fulfilled people do not need a mind altering substance to cope with their lives.

Over and over we see that it is the most Liberal, most Progressive areas of the country that are working to legalize and/or decriminalize drugs.

It is these same places that the costs of living are the highest, the streets are the dirtiest, Antifa/BLM/SJW activists roam the streets tormenting people, and the traditional virtues are looked down upon as antiquated and bigoted.

It’s these people who shut down comedians and write article after article about how to torment family members at holiday dinners over political nonsense.

When they have been made so miserable that they can’t stand it anymore, they legalize marijuana.

They give the lowest of the low free needles and let them shoot up opiates in parks.

When pot isn’t strong enough anymore, apparently mushrooms are the next drug of choice.

Eventually, these Progressive Blue States are going to made up of three demographics:

  1. The super wealthy Progressive elite who live walled off from the misery they create.
  2. Illegal immigrants and their un-assimilated children who work as a low paid servant class.
  3. Citizens stoned out of their gourds, whose job it is to vote for the Progressive elite that legalize the drugs and give them free stuff.

Writing about Progressive America is the worst Orwell Huxley ideological ship fanfiction I can imagine.

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By J. Kb

5 thoughts on “The Soma Initiative”
  1. Its gonna come down to guys like us getting involved in local politics by getting on town councils/ selectmen. Or moving to red states and steamrolling liberals til they move to the northeast

  2. I disagree with the idea that drug use has a singular, applicable to all cause. I’m not 100% sure that is what you are saying here, but it sounds pretty close.

    Drugs should not be illegal. I have believed this since I was 16. I say this and I don’t do any drugs myself, have smoke pot maybe 4 times, and I barely drink or smoke tobacco anymore. In my opinion it is idiotic like any other prohibition.

  3. Hate to burst your bubble on CO being a red state, but this is the state that had Patsy Schroeder for years in congress ( the Nancy Pelosi/ Diane Feinstein of her day), and was reliably voting in Dems for governor for 4 decades at least. Red state? Maybe in the 50s…

    Otherwise your post is spot on

    1. The Boulder area has been Blue since the 1960’s when it was a hippy commune. But Colorado was a reliable Republican voting state for a long time, from 1964 to 1992, and then again until 2008. Yes, Colorado went for Dole in 1996.

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