World Weed Web Part Five
Posted on January 09 2017
No, I’m not about to reveal to you an underground global web of marijuana and drug supply, I am, however, going to run through a few countries over the next few days who have either very different views on marijuana in terms of it’s legality, or just the ones you never really hear about. With the outlook for marijuana reform looking that little bit less bright, maybe it’s the right time to take your love for cannabis on tour. From the secrecy of the Far East to the vast cities of Europe, marijuana is pretty much everywhere, however, in some places it is more accepted than others. Some places where it is accepted or tolerated have become popular tourist destinations, the how and why of which is normally pretty obvious.
It’s a new week, which means I’ve had the whole weekend to rest up and prepare myself for continued trekking.
Britain is generally a pretty forward-thinking country, however, this is not the case when it comes to cannabis it would seem.
Cannabis remains illegal in the whole of Britain, with only slight glimmers of hope indicating that this may change in the near future. A couple of years back it did look as if legalisation was on the cards, however, as the country has moved further towards the right wing of the political spectrum, this now looks increasingly unlikely.
It has been noted that, all across Britain, police seemingly care less and less about small-scale marijuana possession and use.