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20 july 2018 9:22 am the second part of my attack on marijuana legalisation the bow group has now provided the second part of the recording of the meeting at the house of commons where i attacked the growing tendency in politics to accept the feeble arguments for the legalisation of marijuana: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40hcdrexhdg&feature=youtu.be july 20, 2018 comments (3) categories: cannabis , war on drugs(alleged) | permalink share this article: facebook twitter google+ messenger linkedin digg it newsvine fark nowpublic reddit 19 july 2018 9:43 am the rules in response to public demand, here are the rules by which this blog seeks to keep its comment threads civilised and lawful: we fight a constant battle here (not always successfully) to keep the unhinged away. i have many times explained the moderation of comments here. i can't help it if nobody pays any attention, or if everyone thinks i am lying. here is how we do it: the site is published in london by a british newspaper company and therefore must abide by the laws of england, which are more restrictive of certain types of speech than those of the usa. . posting under multiple names is not allowed. postings longer than 400 words are strongly discouraged and not normally permitted, but may be allowed if natural justice requires it (as when a contributor has been criticised at length by me). coarse and offensive language is not permitted. i am the sole and final judge of what constitutes coarse and offensive language. telling falsehoods about me or about other contributors is not allowed. time is permitted for correction of such falsehoods, but if it is not done in time, the contributor will be excluded. in general, persistent breach of any of these rules will get you excluded. crazy and incoherent postings, and commercial advertisements, are not allowed i am not personally in charge of selecting or posting comments, a task handled by mailonline moderators, though i sometimes intervene in the case of what i regard as errors or injustices. the moderators of mailonline have a very hard job to do and sometimes forgiveably err on the side of caution. contributors should keep copies of their postings, if they want to complain about injustice. july 19, 2018 comments (17) | permalink share this article: facebook twitter google+ messenger linkedin digg it newsvine fark nowpublic reddit 18 july 2018 4:18 pm a few days in the low countries long ago, when flying was expensive and trains were cheap, and there was no channel tunnel, and amsterdam was not yet mainly famous for marijuana, i went to what we then called ‘holland’, travelling from harwich to the hook. it was a radical change. until then, my foreign journeys (including a ride on the now-forgotten ‘golden arrow’ from london to paris in 1965) had always begun at the rather tatty and unromantic victoria station. this started at liverpool street, in some ways my favourite london terminus with its fascinating first world war memorial to captain charles fryatt ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/charles_fryatt ), whose extraordinary judicial murder by the germans was an example of the ‘frightfulness’ with which we associated them even in the relatively civilised combat of 1914-18. liverpool street, being in the serious city, used, for me, to have a slightly thrilling air of distilled power and retained - far later than the rest of london - the edwardian imperial grandeur of the capital. it was not really a holiday place. in those days it also gave a glimpse of other bits of the past – first, the enormous ‘improved industrial dwellings’, great dingy workers’ barracks which crowded down to the edge of the line (if these grim blocks, dispiriting whether shrouded in drizzle or baking in the sun, were ‘improved’ what had it been like before?); then the perfectly preserved 1920s stations of unfashionable suburbs such as maryland and forest gate, with their once ultra-modern blue name plates and cream tiles, on which you might have expected to see moustached city clerks in celluloid collars and bowler hats, straight out of the era of baldwin and ramsay macdonald. london could not then afford to discard the past as it has since. and then the wistful, forgotten east coast, facing towards that part of europe which leads (if you keep going far enough) to moscow and then on to china, not to frivolous france, the gateway to the latin lands and the mediterranean. setting out for harwich for the boat to the hook was a more puritan journey than those to dover, folkestone or newhaven. i think i had always preferred these eastern approaches, and was thrilled, when i arrived, by the serious dark brick and protestant aspect of the netherlands, under sombre skies. i was also influenced by one of my favourite films, hitchcock’s ‘foreign correspondent’, set in the last days before war broke out in 1939, in which the hero and heroine, having stumbled across evil nazi plotters in amsterdam, escape their sinister pursuers on the harwich boat, actually pulling away from the quay as the villains run towards the gangplank. i had perhaps still hoped to find that slow, quiet holland of narrow, ancient streets, canals, somnolent grey afternoons perfumed with the aromas of strong coffee and cigar smoke, and of course windmills (those who have seen ‘foreign correspondent’ will know just how important –and rather sinister – a windmill can be). but these things only survived as shadows. the modernisers had, as usual, got there before me, with their concrete and their bright lights and their straight lines. but i still like it, and have been back more than once. i have also come to like the very similar and rewarding flemish part of belgium, likewise full of beguiling towers, first-rate steak and chips, glorious art, and excellent railways. but of course it has another aspect. on my first visit to amsterdam, the guidebooks and travel-writers urged me to visit the red light district with its prostitutes sitting in illuminated windows, then a sign of the netherlands’ much-advertised liberalism. they did not warn me of how distressing the sight would be, even to me, in those days a supposedly liberated ‘progressive’ who ought not to have minded. the drugs would come later, and i often think, when i meet the kind of modish person who likes to proclaim that he is ‘european first, british second and english last’ that it is the netherlands that such people dream of as the model and example, with its allegedly relaxed morality, its state multiculturalism and its modernity – a sort of europeanised, welfare state version of the usa. even the motorways, perhaps the most hideous artefacts of modern man, have a sort of niceness about them, as if they had been designed by dick bruna and all the lorries are being driven by miffy. they weren’t. they aren’t. it’s a bit beguiling. but only a bit, and , as i confirmed last week on a visit (by train) to the calvinist ‘green heart’ of the netherlands around gouda (north of rotterdam, south of amsterdam, east of the hague) , plenty of dutch people loathe permissive amsterdam and are exasperated that foreigners think that city is typical of their way of life. i was there to launch a dutch translation of my book ‘the rage against god’, now eight years old and the last relic of a public argument about religion which i had with my late brother. of all my books this is one of two (the other is my 1999 ‘abolition of britain’, about to be reissued with a new introduction) which continues to sell reasonably well. i have met people in australia who have read it, and in north america, but it came as something of a surprise when the wonderfully named blauwe tijger (blue tiger) publishers approached me with plans for a dutch edition. last week i went out to the netherlands to launch it, on the banks of a canal in gouda (oddly enough, in trying to pronounce this city’s name in a ‘foreign’ way, we get it completely wrong. the locals call it ‘xhowda’. i gave a shor

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