Note: This regional GMM city list is only through 2012. For the latest worldwide GMM city list go here.
The Global Marijuana March (GMM) is also known as the Million Marijuana March (MMM), and various other names. GMM events worldwide are held the first Saturday in May, or thereabouts, depending on the city. See Global Marijuana March links for many links for reports, photos, videos, press, media, posters, maps, flyers, etc.. See also: Legality of cannabis by country.
Right-click any region for its city list.
|Global Marijuana March links.|
|See 2013, 2014, 2015 Global Marijuana March.|
GMM cities in Asia Edit
- 17 cities from 9 nations in Asia have signed up one or more years since 1999. See: Cambodia. Indonesia. Israel. Japan. Malaysia. Nepal. Philippines. Turkey. Vietnam. (Note: To edit this list click any city, or see Template:GMM cities Asia.)
GMM cities in Russia Edit
2012 Global Marijuana March in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Edit
Basic city list Edit
- All GMM cities in Asia (except Russia) in one alphabetical list.
- Cebu City, Philippines
- Eilat, Israel
- Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
- Jakarta, Indonesia
- Jerusalem, Israel
- Istanbul, Turkey
- Kathmandu, Nepal
- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Manila, Philippines
- Nagaoka, Japan
- Netanya, Israel
- Okinawa, Japan
- Osaka, Japan
- Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- Sapporo, Japan
- Tel Aviv, Israel
- Tokyo, Japan
Incarceration rates Edit
|See list of incarceration rates by country (b c). Compare the rates. Due to the Drug War the USA has the highest incarceration rate in the world (except for the tiny country of the Seychelles). See cost of U.S. drug war: 1.5 trillion dollars!|
The purple elephant in the room:
Cost of drug warEdit
|Cost of U.S. drug war. Even $1.5 trillion dollars is conservative since many crimes are committed in order to get money for drugs. Correction costs alone averaged $30,600 per inmate in 2007. See: Drug war causes high U.S. incarceration rate. See: Economics - Drug War Facts. See: 32 Reasons Why We Need To End The War On Drugs - Business Insider. See: The Budgetary Impact of Ending Drug Prohibition.|