BARBADOS (Naked Departure) — Jeremy Stephen talks Marijuana being good for Barbados’s economy, but he forgot two very strong and thoroughly practiced industries; i.e., gay marriage and legal prostitution.
Ask me, I think you should talk to Mia Mottley to see what she has planned for you when she becomes the next prime minister of Barbados. It is suspected that gay marriages and sodomy laws would see a complete overhaul and acceptance under the law in Barbados once she is sworn in. Not to mention prostitution, which clearly follows the gay and housewife lifestyles.
And, taking into consideration that Barbados is a tourist destination, why not have these threesomes: gay marriages, decriminalize marijuana and legalize prostitution, as part of a progressive economy?
Here’s a snippet of what this Jeremy guy had to say:
“By committing so many resources to the condemnation of marijuana you will realize that tax payers in this country lose every time a drug man is arrested or every time a shipment is seized. I estimate quite comfortably that the amount of marijuana confiscated in any given year in this country is around 10 million BDS dollars- from just going back through some records once a month and you add up all. So then you can roughly estimate that 700 million dollars worth of product passes through this country every year. At seven percent you are getting just less than 70 million dollars in tax revenue, which more than covers half the bill for policing in this country.”