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Save the Planet. Stop Smoking Dope, Says Narconon
Date:12/17/2009

COPENHAGEN, Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- 'Hopenhagen' the city is calling itself, that is, Copenhagen in the throes of an international conference on climate change. Narconon has its European management headquarters here, and Clark Carr, president of the worldwide Narconon drug education and rehabilitation network is here for business different from climate change. But the streets thrum with student drums and Politi (Danish police) vans siren by with flashing blue lights - a youth protest group threatens to make trouble for international vendors, McDonald's and the like. They want to make some kind of point.

And well they should. But what does this have to do with drugs and drug abuse? Everything, thinks Clark, watching this in Copenhagen's freezing streets. He remembers the Vietnam War marches and other protests since. We were a very idealistic then. It was an activist generation, but it derailed itself with drugs - turning on, tuning in, dropping out. Many of our brightest minds dimmed out and their activist thrust went astray because of druggie dumbing down.

Yes, pot, thinks Clark, remembering. You smoke up and then don't really give a damn anymore. Just stay high. Chill out. Get in the groove, going where the drugs take you. Where the drugs take you has been made all too clear since then. There is science galore that drugs don't make you brighter or more creative, but do the opposite. And the dope you smoke today is on top of the stuff staying behind in your body. Narconon has a highly evolved body detoxification program devoted to cleansing toxic residues out.

So, if you want to change the world, all power to you. It surely needs changing. It needs saving. But keep your wits about you. Don't blow your opportunity blowing your mind. Think about it. What is more important - solving the complex issues of a disintegrating world ecology? Or getting stoned and dulling your nervous system into a happy stupor?

We need sharp solutions, thought up by crystal clear minds. Not impulsive reactions stimulated by drugs and bodies trying to withdraw from drugs. Think about it.

Narconon delivers drug education worldwide to millions of youth a year. If you would like to know more, visit http://www.narconon.org.

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*(Photo Caption: Students marching in Copenhagen. Credit: Narconon.)

This release was issued on behalf of the above organization by Send2Press(R), a unit of Neotrope(R). http://www.Send2Press.com

SOURCE Narconon International


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