WTU Mission Statement


“The acts of possessing, consuming, preparing or cultivating all varieties of cannabis at home for personal use causes no significant harm to individuals or others.
People who carry out such activities, causing no harm to others, in the privacy of their own homes, should not live in fear of suffering the harms of criminalisation, as a result of UK drug policy.
WTU therefore declare UK drug policy, in relation to the use, possession, cultivation, preparation and sharing of cannabis for private, adult purposes, to be incompatible with the rights to a freedom of consciousness, private life, beliefs and practices, as defined in the Human Rights Act.”

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  1. marcus beeching
    marcus beeching says:

    i am fighting for the right to grow and use the maijuana for fare to long, this has been denied us, and here we are still fighting and watching many suffering and loosing there lives when we know we have wonderful plant that will do so much to eliminate so much pain and suffering in so many ways …..just as said suffering for political gains money and all the corruption that goes with it ..i officially undersign …..

  2. Phil & Carole Johnson
    Phil & Carole Johnson says:

    Using cannabis for 20+ years with wife who has MS … still trying to get prescription but to no avail through NHS … attempted to grow a few (6) plants recently but got busted, next time will get arrested and will take it to Crown Court … not guilty !

  3. Alun Buffry
    Alun Buffry says:

    I fully support the WTU Mission Statement. People that grow or possess cannabis for their beneficial use, people that use it and don’t like it, should not have their private lives raided and their beliefs persecuted when they do no harm or pose no risk to others, public health or public order. If there are no victims, then there ought to be no crime. The application of the Misuse of Drugs Act on such people is contrary to Human Rights laws.

  4. Terry Tanner
    Terry Tanner says:

    I believe it’s my human birth right to have the freedom of choice to be abe to use, posses, cultivate, prepare and share cannabis for private adult purposes, without the fear of prosecution.

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