Ending Cannabis Prohibition Sooner than Later
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Share this and spread the word, it took 13 years to end alcohol prohibition, all these decades later it is time to turn things around! It should be law at local,state,provincial,national,international levels to deny a public the cannabis (hemp) plant for any reason or use, it is a fundamental violation of human rights to deny anyone access to the most superior resource on earth, the most nutritional food source, the best energy source don't have to pay energy bills, the best medicine, strongest fiber better than cotton that uses no pesticides (cotton uses about half of the worlds pesticides)
We need repeal of an unconstitutional law that has filled our prisons with nonviolent cannabis users. The prohibition against marijuana was unconstitutional from its inception. We donâ€™t want legalization of marijuana which leaves the government to control and regulate it. Thomas Jefferson was a hemp farmer. In early Colonial times people could pay their taxes with hemp!
A full repeal occurs where the entire Act is repealed because the law is doing more harm than the reasoning for the law.
The bill called H.R.2306 - Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2011 sounds like a partial repeal and would maintain the war on drugs because it would block trade or sharing, and more at the borders. It would allow corrupt media to keep manipulating the fear related to cannabis and allow states to keep laws against it. http://www.opencongress.org/bill/112-h2306/show
The war on drugs/cannabis wonâ€™t go away by setting limits on cannabis, or even blocking trade, sharing, sales of cannabis over the borders, at any level, they want more security for the police state, that only ensures there is a war on drugs and cannabis. If sharing or trade is allowed over the borders it means everything gets cheaper. The cartels want to control and fix the prices.
The prohibition against marijuana/marihuana/Hemp/Cannabis was unconstitutional from its inception.
Regulate: to govern or direct according to rule
Control: to exercise restraining or directing influence over : (i.e. to regulate)
Tax: to make onerous (troublesome/burdensome) and rigorous demands on
Legalization sounds like the corporate takeover of the cannabis industry via government legislation (over-taxation, over-regulation and over-control)
Legalized Medicinal marijuana is a scam because it discriminates and limits the publicâ€™s access to this harmless medicine that saves lives. Nobody dies or suffers injury from THC.
Definition of CARTEL:
1: a written agreement between belligerent nations
2: a combination of independent commercial or industrial enterprises designed to limit competition or fix prices
3: a combination of political groups for common action
Example of CARTEL: a cartel of oil-producing nations that controls production and influences prices
Rudolph Diesel who made the diesel engine to run on hemp fuel was found swimming with the fishes! Wide use of Rudolf Dieselâ€™s engine would have made petroleum-based fuel obsolete. The idea was destroyed by marijuana prohibition after Rudolf Dieselâ€™s death.
U.S. Government owns Patent 6630507 Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants
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