No More Ignorance

January 25, 2007

The Marijuana Conspiracy

Filed under: Marijuana — Fadi Ayat @ 5:57 am


Marijuana Conspiracy


Did u know that at one point it was illegal for u not to grow hemp if the government askd you to? This video says it all..

Great video about the conspiracy to shut down this great herb



  1. I would like to see a Public Safety debate flare across the US. Prohibition triggers violence in our streets and along our borders.

    Our politicians play on our fears to make us more accepting of their waste of our precious lives and resources. “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed – and hence clamorous to be led to safety – by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”… – H.L. Mencken

    When one explores the hemp plant’s fascinating history and thousands of uses, as well as the economic and cultural forces behind its prohibition, one finds that the hype surrounding hemp, also known as cannabis or marijuana, has overshadowed the plant’s benefits as a source of paper pulp, its uses as a cotton substitute and much more. The alcohol, petro-chemical and drug companies as well as the U.S. government would rather destroy our national forests, cause global warming and have us all using poisonous tobacco, alcohol and pharmaceuticals than the beneficial and virtually harmless plant, cannabis or hemp. Fear mongering and war runs their gravy train!

    There are few true patriots among today’s politicians. Too, many of these folks want to serve God, but only as advisors. Few are Public Servants who are concerned about the rights of the individual and working for downsizing to a more limited constitutional government. These are true patriots as defined by our founders. The blinded by the light of billions in tax and lobby money, bleeding leaders thus corrupted are blithely unconscious of the societal harm their policies cause. Many of today’s leaders seem to have minds like concrete; thoroughly mixed up and permanently set.

    DNA testing has shown our judgment to be totally unreliable! In case after case, corruption or ineptness has found innocent people guilty of murder and allowed the real predator to roam free. So many of the incarcerated are mentally ill, non-violent drug offenders or the innocent; very few should be in prison! God Himself does not propose to judge a man until he is dead. So why should we? Except to protect our selves from violence or fraud we could adopt a policy of live and let live. “Be ye fishers of men.” We catch them – He’ll clean them.

    We have freedom of religion, all faiths are welcome here, but we have separation of church and state to keep the government out of moral issues. That is how our founders set things up based on Jesus’ teachings. Our constitution is a plan to create the land of abundance in Bible prophecy. Return to these roots and the task ahead of us will never be as great as the Power behind us! Support for the federal war on drugs is inconsistent with support for individual freedom, constitutional government and the teachings of Jesus.

    War creates a booming economy for some on the suffering of others. It’s time to end the terror by surrendering our intrusive, big-bully policies, both foreign and domestic. The monetary and environmental costs are staggering and the human suffering unconscionable.

    Let’s return to, “The Spirit of ’76”

    Comment by Colleen McCool — January 27, 2007 @ 5:29 pm | Reply

  2. Another Damned Drug War Death

    Add 81-year-old Isaac Singletary to your list of wrongful drug war victims. Police were apparently conducting undercover drug investigation when Singletary asked them to leave his property. They didn’t. So he asked again, this time with …
    The Agitator –

    There is video available at the TV link below. Bless the poor Singletary family. How many more innocents have to die? Blue Monday! – McCool

    Comment by Colleen McCool — January 29, 2007 @ 5:38 pm | Reply

  3. I don’t know why it says, “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” Maybe because Radley used the word Damned? By the way if you are sensitive to the f word, the music at the beginning of the marijuana-conspiracy video(Fast forward to the pic of the nun to get past it) might turn you off of listening to some surpising historical information and facts. Instead you can read it for yourself at:

    Comment by Colleen McCool — January 29, 2007 @ 6:11 pm | Reply

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