Sir Thomas Moore War on Drugs Letter
Editor's Note: This one is the Sir Thomas Moore Letter on the War on Drugs. I am certain that you will like it a lot. It goes hand, in hand with my Machiavellian writing. Well, Lets just get this show on the road. Like I said before, my writing has, and always will be 5 stars worthy.
From Sir Thomas Moore,
My dear friend, it has been centuries since I heard news of you. I am quite appalled that you became saint at my expense. I am a bit jealous. But let me abstain from this issue. I shall try my best to answer your concerns regarding the current state of the War on Drugs. The rulers in New World is “content to be safe” and cannot “remedy the folly of the people” (More, Thomas Utopia. Pg. 64). Thus, having given up in preventing the crimes they proceed to punish the knavery. I must uphold that it’s vain to punish drug traffickers or addicts with jail for it is “extreme injustice” such “extreme justice” (pg. 38). Are we so harsh to send a man to jail for the selling of herbs? It is not righteousness for one to count these kinds of offenses “so nearly equal that of killing of a man” (pg.38). Rather it would be better to punish this sorts of knavery “…through the purse, and not with…”(pg.39) incarceration. Nay, these harsh measures only provoke the drug addicts “to kill” to avoid arrest (Pg.39).