Perhaps a more unexpected country on this list, Japan has some pretty unflinching drug laws. Not only is Japanese weed the most expensive in the world at $58.30 a gram, Japan also has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to marijuana. Japanese drug users can expect up to 5 years jail time for a first offense.
Laws are much stricter for foreigners in Japan. According to the U.S. State Department, you should expect long jail sentences, significant fines, and solitary confinement.
Not only does Japanese law severely punish drug users, but Japanese Immigration will turn you away if you have prior drug convictions. Just ask Paris Hilton.
There’s nothing mind opening about marijuana use unless you mean making the mind one large vacuous space that causes it to cease reasonable functioning and consideration for others. I was laid back about others’ pot smoking until the increasingly lenient laws in the U.S. meant that there’s hardly any enforcement of the pot smoking in my NONSMOKING apartment building. I’ve heard similar complaints from others in their apartment buildings. Sorry pot smokers, but as long as you force me to inhale your noxious fumes in my apartment building, parking lots, any public public venue whatsoever, I will be firmly against the use of marijuana and will seek greater enforcement and punishments. It’s your selfishness and lack of consideration that has made it this way.
Laura you ignorant slut! Your inane diatribe on how this medicinal and spiritual plant that has been mankind friend for thousands of years is both ill informed and ignorant. Not sure if you have any facts at your disposal, as there are none listed , but your little baby annoyance is as amusing as it is ignorant. I will enjoy watching the world wake up and change around the close minded retardation that is your voice and that of your “kind”. Fade away oh mouse squeak of activism, scurry off to your creatively bereft and humorless hole of self unawaness and get buried in the rubbish of “no one cares”
Hahahaha thank you for that comment. Laura needs to lighten up or light one up