Monday, 3 April 2006

Blair launches an agency to tackle "brutal crime"

Earlier today, the PM launched "SOCA", a government agency designed to tackle organised crime and criminal gangs. Blair said that the government "had to do things differently" because criminal gangs were working with increased sophistication.

So Blair is simply increasing the size of government by creating this new "British FBI". Effort would be better spent by ceasing the war on drugs, hence making criminal gangs obsolete in regards to supplying drugs.

If people wanted drugs in a climate of decriminalisation, they wouldn't have to associate with criminals whilst acquiring them. Going to a local chemist store to purchase drugs doesn't initiate force or fraud against the person or property of anybody else.