A New Chapter in Australian Politics

At a time where the vested interests of entrenched political parties have eclipsed the needs of ordinary Australians, we need political parties of conscience and fairness. Parties that are passionate about contributing to the policy debate in parliament and representatives who are committed to creating positive change for Australians.

Drug Law Reform Australia is a new political party that has been formed to raise awareness about the ongoing harm being done to our children, families and democratic institutions by the current, outdated drug laws.

Watch the video to find out how.

Join our Movement

Imagine a political party whose members always vote according to their conscience. A party of principle with a defined area of expertise and a party who see politics as an opportunity to serve rather than to rule.

With the support of fair-minded people like you, we believe changing unjust and harmful drug laws is achievable.

Vote for us in the Senate to show the government, that there is widespread community support for drug law reform and need for a renewed debate.

Together, we can be a voice of reason in parliament.

Together, we can keep the bastards rational.


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  • commented 2016-07-29 15:32:18 +1000
    My Story . . . .

    As a natural born skeptic, I spent countless time and energy researching all the available treatment options aside from what my oncologist recommended. I was DETERMINED to cure my cancer, and knew there was something out there after witnessing a number of people who not only survived, but thrived and went on to live fulfilling lives cancer-free. In addition to reading about Rick Simpson Oil, and watching the Run From the Cure video, I also spoke with people who had actually used the oil, and it was shocking to hear one after another how effective this medicine really was. I just couldn’t believe there was a cure out there and how wrong it was that this information is not being shared with the public!
    Treatment Regimine:
    I have a pretty big tolerance for marijuana, so I started off with a full grain of rice sized amount of oil instead of a half grain. I gradually increased the dosage every night until I reached a full gram each night. The standard protocol for Rick Simpson Oil is ingesting a total of 60 grams over the course of 2-3 months, but I had 70 grams in total for safe measure. I used the excess as a topical skin care treatment, attacking the visible brown spots on my face and neck.
    3 months later, my cancer was in full remission. Within 4 months, I am cancer-free and officially received a clean bill of health from my doctors. What they don’t know is that the majority of my treatment was using the Rick Simpson Oil. I did use some of the medication they prescribed, but it was in combination with the oil.
    I am elated I want to continue sharing with people who are experiencing what I went through that there is absolutely hope and a cure out there. They just need to be proactive and aggressive with treatment, not wait until it is too late. Get your medication at Phoenix Tears via Email: (phoenixtears44@gmail.com)
    In addition to being an effective cancer fighter, there are some nice side effects that come from using the Rick Simpson oil, for instance, I no longer need to take any pain killers. Just one or two drops of the oil will ease the pain and help you sleep like a baby. Best of all, its natural . . . Thanks to all the staff at Amsterdam’s Garden who guided me throughout this journey. You guys are awesome!
  • commented 2015-03-26 01:24:31 +1100
    How do we become part of the committee..? I would like to express my thoughts in decriminalising drugs espeally cannabis… Mark if u would like to join our group Cannabis Social clubs u can find us in facebook..!
  • commented 2015-02-25 21:39:05 +1100
    Political Party http://bit.ly/1AJAX6g via @druglawreformau
  • commented 2014-11-27 12:47:25 +1100
    so how do I vote for you at the elections, Lilydale, Victoria,
  • commented 2014-10-22 09:31:09 +1100
    Hello Mark,

    Thank you for you posting your concerns. As our site says we are concerned about the lack of effective regulation regarding the use of psychoactive substances. We consider banning drug use counter productive which actually exacerbates the problem. In the case of synthetic and untested analogues, we agree they have the potential for more harm that existing drugs. We believe the NZ legislative model hold great hope as a way to regulate the sale of psychoactive substances once they have undergone extensive safety testing. The irony is of course that they new dangerous drugs would not exist if recreational drug use was not prohibited but regulated. The prohibition inevitable leads to stronger concentrations of existing drugs and creation of new ones. The HEMP party is only concerned the legalisation of Cannabis but we believe this is just a symptom of the actual problem which is enforcing abstinence by the criminal law. Greg
  • commented 2014-10-22 00:10:20 +1100
    Hello,
    I wrote an email to The Hemp Party regarding research chemicals/legal highs, my experience with them and some strong concerns that I have with them. I received a poor response; they did not seem to be interested, which has got me pretty miffed. These research chemicals, commonly called Spice or legal highs, are causing damage to the health of people in many countries. A simple google search can vouch for my statement. One such country that is in the news currently, is Russia, where it reported that people are dying from smoking this stuff. This “stuff” can be legally purchased online and at adult stores in Melbourne. My understanding is that chemists don’t need much time to make a few alterations to chemical structures to get around the “fire-fighting” laws that governments introduce.
    I would like to know where your party and your members stand in this matter? I would like to see complete drug reform “across the board,” not just limited to cannabis, and these research chemicals and the labs the produce them need to be included in these reforms.
    Thanks and regards,
    Mark Daniel Latham
    Melbourne
  • commented 2013-11-25 04:44:13 +1100
    Thank you