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DEPRIVING SOMEONE WITH A CHRONIC DISORDER OF MEDICATION IS BARBARIC PERSECUTION IN 21ST CENTURY AMERICA

Imagine that you reached the pinnacle of your career.  You worked very hard to get on the corporate ladder, spending your whole life trying to reach that 10-to-20 year window when you would make it to an executive-level position, and suddenly, the medication you are taking to correct a chronic medical disorder is snatched from your grasp.  Your life begins to deteriorate because you can't function at your job. You work from home so no one will notice that you are not normal. You begin to feel the effects of the disorder during the middle of a conference call and suddenly you realize that everyone wants to know what happened to you.  You don't tell them the truth.  You make up a lie because you don't want them to know what you're going through.   Illness is worse than death in today's corporation because then someone has to think what to do.  Someone has to terminate you and you don't want to hear that.  You go to  see doctor after doctor.  The most frustrating thing is that the medication you  need is available.   The only problem is that you can't get to it because in the 21st century physicians rarely write prescriptions for controlled substances.   They can't!  The government won't let them because an illegal version of the drug is being used by teenagers in raves.   You probably don't even know what a rave is.  

Then, one day, after your boss breaks down and cries because he has to let you go... after the executive staff say goodbye as if they were attending your funeral, you go out one night and just happen to pass by one of these raves while walking down a street.  You see two idiotic punks as high as kites picking a fight with one another.  They are probably doing  that street version of the drug you need to work, and you clench your fist and with all the vengeance in the world you could muster up, you throw one of them up against the wall.  Your teeth are clenched.  Sirens sound and in the flash of red lights, the other thug brushes up against you and you let go of the youth you have smashed up against the wall.  The police come, take a look at you and let you go as the others, half your age are searched, cuffed, and you could care less about seeing the rest of what happens to them.  But somehow, you feel sympathetic as you make your way home.  

You reach into your pocket before taking off your coat.  There's something inside and you pull out a strange vile with liquid.  So that's what the one thug was doing when he brushed up against you.  He was dumping his goods on you so he wouldn't get into trouble.   The son of a B!

But now, there you are, standing with the serum that medical doctors denied you.  You open the bottle, pour some into a shot glass and take a sip.   Sure enough, it's something you haven't tasted in years.  You fall asleep and the next day, it 's like magic...  In a few days, your career is restored.  You're now working as a director for a company that is rivals with your old company.  You are on top of your game in less than a month!  WOW!  And now you don't even have to see those doctors again and beg them for a prescription.  All you do is go to the rave, make a few friends and in no time at all, some young hood is delivering this stuff to your door... every week.  Hell!  It might cost more, but now you're making more money!  And you don't care about being busted.  Why would they bust you?  You need this stuff to be productive.  Right?

But that's hardly the end of the tale.  A year goes by, you receive your promotion and all of a sudden, you get a random drug test.   You fail.  A police officer comes to your office one day along with the DEA officer who throws you up against the wall and you are taken out in hand cuffs.  Who did you murder?  No one!  Who did you steal from? No one!  What crime did you commit?  Possession of an illegal substance?    You are booked and the DA's office wants to get you life behind bars without a chance for parole!  But what did you do wrong?!

If you think this is fiction, it's not.   It's very real.   Robert Smith served 2 years of a 25-year sentence.  His death in the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation at the age of 45 was in part due to his illness which he was never treated for.   His case never went to trial.   He was sentenced by a judge under zero tolerance law.   There are many like Robert who still are behind bars in US prisons which have become concentration camps.   There are many more who disappear from the street.  Because they have no families, no one ever knows what becomes of these people.  There is plenty of speculation, but no one has come forward to say anything.  

Since 2001, the US government's activities are a mystery.  Today, in 2007, the people in the US are ruled by fear.  It's barbaric to deprive someone of medication that they need to be productive.   It's horrifying to live in a country that almost mirrors Nazi Germany in the 1930s, but we do.   The problem is, that anti-drug disorder (ADD2) is acceptable in the US and other societies.  It has spread from those who use drugs recreationally to those who need the medication to correct a chronic disorder.  This is why we must end the discrimination that comes with the war on drugs. 

Drug Use  Education is the answer. 

  

By ending drug abuse, this does not mean that there will be zero illicit drug users.   It means that the amount of illicit drugs will be negligible, about 10% or less of what exists today.  It also means that responsible drug users will proliferate in greater numbers than there are today since drug abusers will diminish as a group and those abstaining from drugs today, will be more inclined to use legal drugs.

The drugs that will be available in legal form are: cannabis, methamphetamine hydrochloride, ketamine, sodium oxybate (gamma hydroxybutyrate and gamma butyrolactone)... other substances will include prescription medications and controlled substances that are difficult to obtain today. 

  1. EXECUTIVE LEVEL EXPLORATORY COMMITTEE
  2. CULTIVATE ALLIANCE WITH HARM REDUCTION
  3. ESTABLISH HEALTHCARE INITIATIVES
  4. ESTABLISH PHARMACOLOGICAL INITIATIVES
  5. PLAN THAT TRANSFORMS WAR INTO EDUCATION
  6. MODIFY REHABILITATION PROCEDURES
  7. EXPLORE LEGAL CASES OF THOSE INCARCERATED
  8. INTRODUCTION OF DRUG USE EDUCATION
  9. RELEASE OF LAWS ON CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
  10. ABOLISH DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS
  11. IMPLEMENT PROGRESSIVE

1.  The first five years will begin with a presidential committee appointed to investigate various areas of need.  which needs to be done can and must be accomplished if the United States of America is to become a world leader in , a movement that is proposed will virtually eliminate the global problem of substance abuse within the next 20 years or less.

1. The US must end the war on drugs and zero tolerance within the first 5 years, replacing it with a neutral program that expands into a pro positive drug use program.

2. A presidential committee must be appointed to nationally investigate the

Our goal is to introduce a series of recommendations that will bring about an end to drug abuse while it promotes an educational platform that will help society to understand and accept those who use drugs responsibly.  The Yellow Rose Mission founder and followers are committed to the belief that some humans are driven to use chemical substances by nature which manifests the inherent genetic  pattern and changes that take place in the human brain.   The idea here is that by understanding what chemicals and behaviors do, will be valuable in establishing better approaches and medications that can make humans more productive and better able to enjoy life rather than restricting these individuals from performing at responsible jobs.

The Yellow Rose Mission focuses on education as the best approach to prevent drug abuse, pathological gambling, and other behaviors.   To support this approach and the methodology that follows, we refer to theoretical studies of children and actual studies of adults whereby the control group was not educated about gambling while the test group received training in how to gamble.  The test group was provided with written examinations to demonstrate the knowledge they retained.  Some of the students had received additional training that was a personal decision.  Once the training was completed, the 

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DUE Process: Our 12-Step Program

PROPOSED INITIAL 12-STEPS PROPOSED PROGRAM 

TO END DRUG ABUSE AND ANTI-DRUG DISORDER

1.     2008 2012: ESTABLISH EXECUTIVE LEVEL EXPLORATORY COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE WAR ON DRUGS AND ALTERNATIVES

2.      2008 2010: GATHER EVIDENCE FROM STUDIES ON PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING, SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER, AND OTHER ADDICTIONS

3.      2008 2013: CULTIVATE ALLIANCE WITH HARM REDUCTION ORGANIZATIONS NATIONALLY AND GLOBALLY

4.      2008 2014: ESTABLISH HEALTHCARE INITIATIVES TO MODIFY THE PRACTICES AND SALARIES OF PHYSICIANS

5.      2008 2015: ESTABLISH PHARMACOLOGICAL INITIATIVES TO RESEARCH WHY PEOPLE USE DRUGS AND DEVELOP PRO POSITIVE SOLUTIONS

6.      2009 2012: EXECUTE A PLAN THAT TRANSFORMS WAR ON DRUGS INTO PRO POSITIVE DRUG USE EDUCATION

7.      2009 2015: MODIFY REHABILITATION PROCEDURES

8.      2009 2013: EXPLORE LEGAL CASES OF THOSE INCARCERATED

9.      2010 2015: INTRODUCTION OF DRUG USE EDUCATION

10.  2011 2017: RELEASE OF LAWS ON CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

11.  2011 --  2013:  ABOLISH DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS

12.  2012 2019: REPORT PROGRESS AND LAUNCH GLOBAL PLAN