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‘It’s like having a cocktail’: Sean Plunket, Chlöe Swarbrick find common ground on weed

Radio host Sean Plunket – known for his outspoken views on “woke left” – has found common ground with a Green MP over her advocacy for cannabis law reform. 

Plunket, host of Magic Talk radio’s afternoon segment, invited MP Chlöe Swarbrick to discuss draft legislation announced this week outlining the potential rules if New Zealanders vote to legalise recreational cannabis. 

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Swarbrick, a 25-year-old MP who has led the campaign against prohibition, quickly found common ground with Plunket during the interview, who told her he’s long been an advocate for legalisation of weed. 

5 COMMENTS

  1. Cant be bothered,… ‘WHEN THE LEVEE BREAKS’,… even the Sasquatch dont like it, you’ll get rocks thrown at ya’… they dont like Led Zepplin apparently,… and don’t feel immune…the Maori’s talked about Maeiro, or Moehau man,…of the Coromandel ranges and beyond, strong as 6 warriors, feared by them and stank,.. much like the North American Bigfoot described as ‘cannibals’by the native Americans…

    Maybe the Maoris could have benefited from Led Zepplin.

    So just what was it about Led Zepplins ‘WHEN THE LEVEE BREAKS’that had these Sasquatches in an uproar’and started throwing rocks at investigators?

    Well maybe it was disturbing the peace. Disturbing the hunt. Or maybe they had young ones that needed to sleep,.. with adults seconding that motion…

    First off , lets listen to ‘WHEN THE LEVEE BREAKS’…

    When The Levee Breaks – Dark Remaster
    https://youtu.be/b97hqSDRspw?t=349

    Or this,…

    Tim Coonbo Baker
    Former NASA scientist Tim Coonbo Baker speaks about Bigfoot …
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNQenXySOjU

    And then lets look into missing people in NZ, and then lets look at Maori statements on the issue, and in particular the two cases on the Coromandel Ranges in the 19th century….and then lets look at the vacuum in which we live and the parameters of acceptable science and research.

    Continuity?

    What really does lie beyond the realms of current scientific dogma and acceptable Darwinian science?

    Certainly not the indigenous peoples of the world whose testimony has , in the end, turned up trumps over the presumptions of ‘modern’ science…time and time again. Think Billi Apes…

    So ,.. weed, not many of us take it ,…and we can understand the kneecapping of the gangs,… the taxation… but what of yet even more substances that cause social harm? Lets face it, any substance that causes someone to ‘get out of their skulls” is potentially harmful for them and those around them.

    In Germany around the 16th century the King outlawed it punishable by death,.. whereas tobacco, which was a new and exotic money earner was endorsed- even medically… one suspects that the hemp used for sails and everyday items was a different item than the one used to grow mind altering / strains of ‘drugs which the limited resources of a King at that time had to enforce… he wanted a compliant’ population…one he could tax… and alcohol footed that bill entirely…

    However, the records show,… that a byproduct of the hemp industry was a mild form of ‘recreational substances’commonly used at that same time in the local boozer…

    I’m torn… what would Sasquatch do?

    What is it about humanity that seems to need all these stimulants and substances to make them feel good?

    Are they too smart for themselves, or are they too evil so they need a salve ? Are they weak? Are they in need of a conscience ‘adjuster’?

    What is it about ourselves that makes us feel constantly in need of an elixir, .. a pick me up,… a stimulant or a motivator?

    Oh well , if it passes, at least there would be less people in jail, but… in light of more ‘primitive’ society’s,…where there was regulation rigidly enforced,..it begs the question… are we yet more ‘primitive’ and unlearned still?

    Perhaps a study of Sasquatch is warranted after all…

  2. Your getting a bit gutless after your Police investigation, Mr Bradbury, – I’ve lived through a divorce, the death of an eleven year old from cancer, the loss of my business to which I paid 6 employees, and the loss of a half a million dollar property to Aussie banks, even having to give my goddamned dogs away- an Alaskan Malamute and a Stirling half Aussie Shepard/ German Shepard…

    Been a gold miner, been a foreman countless times, and had the best years of my working life fucked by Rogernomics… been more a bushman than the bushmen,… and now living in a shithole that I wouldn’t even put a pig in.

    So what say you , Mr Urbane?

    Put that Sasquatch shit on,… because anyone with the slightest amount of nous can work out it is an analogy. Time to get past the post modern computer age geek mentality.

    They are followers, not leaders after all….

    Damned if I will listen to and follow,… some pasty faced, weedy little populist flabby online geeks…so just get on with the play.

    Just do it.

  3. Chloe Swarbrick would be the only reason i would vote Green at the general election next year.
    Intelligent , good humored and genuine.
    She is bloody awesome.
    Bomber it would be great if she has the time too contribute on the T.D.B and give us her insight on how she sees current issues and how that will play out in parliament.
    She has a brilliant career in politics ahead and we need more like her.

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