CISTA or MISTA, they’re all crackpots!

The UK pro-drugs party called CISTA (which stands for Cannabis is safer than alcohol) could have chosen the word “MISTA” (Marijuana is safer than alcohol) for their ne’er do well party, because marijuana is a form of cannabis.

This dangerous party received over 500 votes in West Tyrone in the recent Westminster election. So that means one of two things, i.e that over 500 people in West Tyrone use cannabis/marijuana and/or that over 500 people in West Tyrone want such drugs legalised. It could mean both i.e over 500 people use the drug and want it legalised so they can smoke pot legally.

Cannabis/marijuana is dangerous and many murders and accidents have been committed/caused by those under the influence of the drug (see our recent post entitled “What do these killers have in common?”)

Cannabis use has also been implicated in the development of schizophrenia.

Alcohol is not safe and neither are drugs. Oh be wise and do not listen to the twisted, dangerous rhetoric of those seeking the legalisation of drugs. Never ever give a pro-drug party your vote. Keep them from wielding the levers of power, because all they have to offer is a lifetime of addiction, misery and possibly death.

4 thoughts on “CISTA or MISTA, they’re all crackpots!

  1. You said, “Cannabis/marijuana is dangerous and many murders and accidents have been committed/caused by those under the influence of the drug”

    It’s a safe bet that many, many more murders have been committed/caused by those under the influence of religion, and even just christianity.

    • Roman Catholicism, NOT Evangelical Christianity, was the driving force behind both of the examples you gave i.e the Crusades and the Spanish Inquisition.
      Regarding the Crusades, Pope Urban 2nd called upon the Knights of Christendom to push back the conquests of Islam at the Council of Clermont in 1095 (see Christianity Today/The real history of the Crusades.”

      The Spanish Inquisition was a Roman Catholic driven anti-Christian persecution of Protestant believers. Had my husband and I been alive during the Inquisition, the Roman Catholic church may well have burned us as “heretics” because we believe that salvation is found in Christ and NOT in the RC Church (or any other church for that matter.)

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