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Why is LSD illegal in Britain?

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09/13/2011

If they are like the US, I'm guessing it's a combination of the facts that legislators don't use it (unlike alcohol and tobacco), the gov't commissioned biased studies, and most of all, they are afraid of the change in world perspective it gives people.

The following statement does not imply that all LSD users want to make a commune or that they hate money and the things that money can bring:

Here in the US, home of free market capitalism, what could be scarier than people realizing that our consumer society is garbage and deciding to drop out of it to go start a commune somewhere.

We need those worker/consumer bees to give back, that's why we paid for their high school.