Singapore Must Conduct Scientific Study To Ascertain Threat Of Cannabis, In Light Of Increasing Legalisation In Other Countries

Hi guys, with many states and countries legalizing Cannabis, doesn’t it cast some doubts if Cannabis is really as dangerous as we are led to believe?


Is Singapore really that arrogant to believe that our punishment for Cannabis being death is straight and true with no shadow of a doubt and that all these other bigger countries is simply wrong.

Wouldn’t it make sense to at the very least suspend the death penalty for Cannabis while conducting a scientific inquiry (maybe through NUS) to find out if Cannabis really is scientifically dangerous.

Death penalty is something serious to leave it “maybe dangerous, maybe not dangerous.”


Source: Mohamed Firdaus in Singapore Anti Death Penalty Campaign

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