The Case for Legalization













Please view the following parts of the video below:
14:08 – 15:57, 26:55 – 28:14, and 37:02 – 40:00

Talk about having skeletons in the closet!



The so called “marijuana issue” is something that has already been settled by the government.  Arguing over the “marijuana issue” is a waste of time, and has been a waste of time, the whole time; the government already found it to be harmless!  And with that being the case, they, and many others, told us all differently … and continue to do so to this day.

However, that’s not it, there’s more!

“Raymond Cushing is a journalist, musician and filmmaker. This article was named by Project Censored as a Top Censored Story of 2000.”

Pot Shrinks Tumors; Government Knew in ’74;_government_knew_in_%2774

THC (marijuana) Helps Cure Cancer Says Harvard Study

Marijuana ACTUALLY DOES Cure Cancer!

The link below has a huge list of decades worth of scientific studies related to cannabis.  This is pretty much all you need to prove that the public has been lied to, particularly when it comes to the enormous amounts, and unbelievably wide variety, of health benefits, not dangers, that come from cannabis use.  Just look at what they’ve been hiding from us!

Alternative link:

If you actually take the time to go through it all, you’ll see that there are many links to legitimate studies.



Here are some additional health related videos on cannabis you may want to watch later:

Medical Cannabis and Its Impact on Human Health a Cannabis Documentary

Hemp Oil : The Hidden Cure for Cancer | The Rick Simpson Story

The Amazing Medicinal Power of RAW Cannabis

Montel Williams: I’ll use pot until I die



Cannabis is the only “drug” – legal or illegal – which can decrease nausea and vomiting, while increasing appetite.  That may not sound too beneficial, but it is.  Think about it.  It means that sick and injured people, and who feels like eating when your sick or injured, can eat – get healing nutrients into their bodies (if they ate the right nutrients) – nutrients the body needs to fuel itself and heal.  That is a huge benefit towards recovery!

Sick or injured, how beneficial would it be to sleep better (get rest)?  Cannabis provides that also.  And without harmful side effects.  There’s no nose bleeds, diarrhea, headache, etc., accompanied by a need to take a different “medicine” to relieve those side-effects.

And then there’s the effects of cannabis use on the emotional state of the user: Good spirits, cheer, happiness, and glee – a positive attitude, which encourages healing.


Additional reactions known by all users, but rarely mentioned through mass media:
Increased visual ability (distance and/or crispness).
Increased hearing ability.
Increased sense of smell.
Increased sense of taste.
It gives power to various functions of the mind, increasing ideas, questioning (something those in power hate), and dept of thought.
Increased sense/awareness of the spiritual side (going from front-stage to backstage).
Note: These are only present while high.


This may have something to do with it:




Now, take a look at these short videos:

Please veiw 0:00 – 3:53. 
Joe Rogan talks about Marijuana and DMT

Joe Rogan: Pros and Cons on Cannabis

Joe Rogan Cannabis Hemp Rant

Please view 3:44 – 8:16
WHEN WE GROW, This is what we can do

If you recall, Joe mention uses of cannabis that were unrelated to the health.  As, I said before, the variety of uses is beyond belief.  All of the uses he stated are true … and there are many more, as you will see.



Here are selections from a well researched book entitled The Emperor Wears No Clothes.  As mentioned by the author, much of this information can be found in encyclopedias.

• Hemp is, by far, Earth’s premier, renewable natural resource.

• If all fossil fuels and their derivatives, as well as trees for paper and construction were banned in order to save the planet, reverse the Greenhouse Effect and stop deforestation; Then there is only one known annual renewable natural resource that is capable of providing the overall majority of the world’s paper and textiles; meeting all of the world’s transportation, industrial and home energy needs; simultaneously reducing pollution, rebuilding the soil, and cleaning the atmosphere all at the same time… And that substance is – the same one that did it all before – Cannabis Hemp…Marijuana!

• Until the 1820s in America (and until the 20th Century in most of the rest of the world), 80 percent of all textiles and fabrics used for clothing, tents, bed sheets and linens,* rugs, drapes, quilts, towels, diapers, etc. – and even our flag, “Old Glory,” were principally made from fibers of cannabis. For hundreds, if not thousands of years (until the 1830s), Ireland made the finest linens and Italy made the world’s finest cloth for clothing with hemp. *The 1893-1910 editions of Encyclopaedia Britannica indicate – and in 1938, Popular Mechanics estimated – that at least half of all the material that has been called linen was not made from flax, but from cannabis. Herodotus (c. 450 B.C.) describes the hempen garments made by the Thracians as equal to linen in fineness and that “none but a very experienced person could tell whether they were of hemp or flax.” Although these facts have been almost forgotten, our forebears were well aware that hemp is softer than cotton, more water absorbent than cotton, has three times the tensile strength ….

• For thousands of years, virtually all good paints and varnishes were made with hempseed oil and/or linseed oil.

• National Institute of Oilseed Products congressional testimony against the 1937 Marijuana Transfer Tax Law. As a comparison, consider that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), along with all America’s state and local police agencies, claim to have seized for all of 1996, 700+ tons of American-grown marijuana; seed, plant, root, dirt, clum and all. Even the DEA itself admits that 94 to 97 percent of all marijuana/hemp plants that have been seized and destroyed since the 1960s were growing completely wild and could not have been smoked as marijuana.

• In the early 1900s, Henry Ford and other futuristic, organic, engineering geniuses recognized (as their intellectual, scientific heirs still do today) an important point – that up to 90 percent of all fossil fuel used in the world today (coal, oil, natural gas, etc.) should long ago have been replaced with biomass such as: cornstalks, cannabis, waste paper and the like.

• Hempseed was regularly used in porridge, soups, and gruels by virtually all the people of the world up until this century. Monks were required to eat hempseeed dishes three times a day, to weave their clothes with it and to print their Bibles on paper made with its fiber. (See Rubin, Dr. Vera, “Research Institute for the Study of Man;” Eastern Orthodox Church; Cohen & Stillman, Therapeutic Potential of Marijuana, Plenum Press, 1976; Abel, Ernest, Marijuana, The First 12,000 Years, Plenum Press, NY, 1980; Encyclopedia Britannica.) Hempseed can be pressed for its highly nutritious vegetable oil, which contains the highest amount of essential fatty acids in the plant kingdom. These essential oils are responsible for our immune responses and clear the arteries of cholesterol and plaque. The byproduct of pressing the oil from the seed is the highest quality protein see cake. It can be sprouted (malted) or ground and baked into cakes, breads and casseroles. Marijuana seed protein is one of mankind’s finest, most complete and available-to-the-body vegetable proteins. Hempseed is the most complete single food source for human nutrition. (See discussion of edistins and essential fatty acids, Chapter 8.) Hempseed was – until the 1937 prohibition law – the world’s number-one bird seed, for both wild and domestic birds. It was their favorite* of any seed food on the planet; four million pounds of hempseed for songbirds were sold at retail in the U.S. in 1937. Birds will pick hempseeds out and eat them first from a pile of mixed seed. Birds in the world live longer and breed more with hempseed in their diet, using the oil for their feathers and their overall health. (More in Chapter 8, “Hemp as a Basic World Food.”)

*Congressional testimony, 1937; “Song birds won’t sing without it,” the bird food companies told Congress. Result; sterilized cannabis seeds continue to be imported into the U.S. from Italy, China and other countries.

• Because one acre of hemp produces as much cellulose fiber pulp as 4.1 acres of trees,* hemp is the perfect material to replace trees for pressed board, particle board and for concrete construction molds.

*Dewey & Merrill, Bulletin #404, United States Dept. of Agriculture, 1916. Practical, inexpensive fire-resistant construction material, with excellent thermal and sound-insulating qualities, is made by heating and compressing plant fibers to create strong construction paneling, replacing dry wall and plywood. William B. Conde of Conde’s Redwood Lumber, Inc. near Eugene, Oregon, in conjunction with Washington State University (1991-1993), has demonstrated the superior strength, flexibility, and economy of hemp composite building materials compared to wood fiber, even as beams. Isochanvre, a rediscovered French building material made from hemp hurds mixed with lime, actually petrifies into a mineral state and lasts for many centuries. Archaeologists have found a bridge in the south of France, from the Merovingian period (500-751 A.D.), built with this process. (See Chenevotte habitat of Rene, France in Appendix I.)

• Abraham Lincoln responded to this kind of repressive mentality in December, 1840, when he said: “Prohibition . . . goes beyond the bounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man’s appetite by legislation and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes . . . A prohibition law strikes a blow at the very principles upon which our government was founded.”

• In early, 1989, Jack Herer and Maria Farrow put this question to Steve Rawlings, the highest ranking officer in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (who was in charge of reversing the Greenhouse Effect), at the USDA world research facility in Beltsville, Maryland. First, we introduced ourselves and told him we were writing for Green political party newspapers. Then we asked Rawlings, “If you could have any choice, what would be the ideal way to stop or reverse the Greenhouse Effect?” He said, “Stop cutting down trees and stop using fossil fuels.” “Well, why don’t we?” “There’s no viable substitute for wood for paper, or for fossil fuels.” “Why don’t we use an annual plant for paper and for fossil fuels?” “Well, that would be ideal,” he agreed. “Unfortunately, there is nothing you can use that could produce enough materials.” “Well, what would you say if there was such a plant that could substitute for all wood pulp paper, all fossil fuels, would make most of our fibers naturally, make everything from dynamite to plastic, grows in all 50 states and that one acre of it would replace 4.1 acres of trees, and that if you used about 6 percent of the U.S. land to raise it as an energy crop – even on our marginal lands, this plant would produce all 75 quadrillion billion BTUs needed to run America each year? Would that help save the planet? “That would be ideal. But there is no such plant.” “We think there is.” “Yeah? What is it?” “Hemp.” “Hemp! he mused for a moment. “I never would have thought of it. . . You know, I think you’re right. Hemp could be the plant that could do it. Wow! That’s a great idea!” We were excited as we outlined this information and delineated the potential of hemp for paper, fiber, fuel, food, paint, etc., and how it could be applied to balance the world’s ecosystems and restore the atmosphere’s oxygen balance with almost no disruption of the standard of living to which most Americans have become accustomed. In essence, Rawlings agreed that our information was probably correct and could very well work. He said, “It’s a wonderful idea, and I think it might work. But, of course, you can’t use it.” “You’re kidding!” we responded. “Why not?” “Well, Mr. Herer, did you know that hemp is also marijuana?” “Yes, of course I know, I’ve been writing about it for about 40 hours a week for the past 17 years.” “Well, you know marijuana’s illegal, don’t you? You can’t use it.” “Not even to save the world?” “No. It’s illegal”, he sternly informed me. “You cannot use something illegal.” “Not even to save the world?” we asked, stunned. “No, not even to save the world. It’s illegal. You can’t use it. Period.” “Don’t get me wrong. It’s a great idea,” he went on, “but they’ll never let you do it.”

• Modern technology was about to be applied to hemp production, making it the number one agricultural resource in America. Two of the most respected and influential journals in the nation, Popular Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering, forecast a bright future for American hemp. Thousands of new products creating millions of new jobs would herald the end of the Great Depression. Instead hemp was persecuted, outlawed and forgotten at the bidding of W.R. Hearst, who branded hemp the “Mexican killer weed, marijuana.” As early as 1901 and continuing to 1937, the U.S. Department of Agriculture repeatedly predicted that, once machinery capable of harvesting, stripping and separating the fiber from the pulp was invented or engineered, hemp would again the America’s number one farm crop. The introduction of G.W. Schlichten’s decorticator in 1917 nearly fulfilled this prophesy. (See pages 13-15 and Appendix.) The prediction was reaffirmed in the popular press when Popular Mechanics published its February, 1938 article, “Billion-Dollar Crop.”The first reproduction of this article in over 50 years was in the original edition of this book. The article is reproduced here exactly as it was printed in 1938. Because of the printing schedule and deadline, Popular Mechanics prepared this article in Spring of 1937 when cannabis hemp for fiber, paper, dynamite and oil, was still legal to grow and was, in fact, and incredibly fast-growing industry. Also reprinted in this chapter is an excerpt from the Mechanical Engineering article about hemp, published the same month. It originated as a paper presented a year earlier at the February 26, 1937 Agricultural Processing Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Reports from the USDA during the 1930s, and Congressional testimony in 1937, showed that cultivated hemp acreage had been doubling in size in America almost every year from the time it hit its bottom acreage, 1930 – when 1,000 acres were planted in the U.S. – to 1937 – when 14,000 acres were cultivated – with plans to continue to double that acreage annual in the foreseeable future. As you will see in these articles, the newly mechanized cannabis hemp industry was in its infancy, but well on its way to making cannabis America’s largest agricultural crop. And, in light of subsequent developments (e.g. biomass energy technology, building materials, etc.), we now know that hemp is the world’s most important ecological resource and therefore, potentially our planet’s single largest industry. The Popular Mechanics article was the very first time in American history that the term “billion-dollar”* was ever applied to any U.S. agricultural crop!

*Equivalent to $40-$80 billion now. Experts today conservatively estimate that, once fully restored in America, hemp industries will generate $500 billion to a trillion dollars per year, and will save the planet and civilization from fossil fuels and their derivatives – and from deforestation! If Harry Anslinger, DuPont, Hearst and their paid-for (know it or not, then as now) politicians had not outlawed hemp – under the pretext of marijuana (see Chapter Four, “Last Days of Legal Cannabis”) – and suppressed hemp knowledge from our schools, researchers and even scientists; the glowing predictions in these articles would already have come true by now – and more benefits than anyone could then envision – as new technologies and uses continue to develop. As one colleague so aptly put it: “These articles were the last honest word spoken on hemp’s behalf for over 40 years…”

• If hemp were legally cultivated using 20th Century technology, it would be the single largest agricultural crop in the United States and world today! (Popular Mechanics February 1938; Mechanical Engineering, February, 1938; U.S. Department of Agriculture Reports 1903, 1910, 1913.) In fact, when the preceding two articles were prepared early in 1937, hemp was still legal to grow. And these who predicted billions of dollars in new cannabis businesses did not consider income from medicines, energy (fuel) and food, which would now add another trillion dollars or more annually to our coming “natural” economy (compared to our synthetic, environmentally troubled economy). Relaxational smoking would add only a relatively minor amount to this figure.

• The DEA’s own conservative administrative law judge, Francis Young, after taking medical testimony for 15 days and reviewing hundreds of DEA/NIDA documents positioned against the evidence introduced by marijuana reform activists, concluded in September 1988 that “marijuana is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man.”

• Cannabis hempseeds contain all the essential amino acids and essential fatty acids necessary to maintain healthy human life. No other single plant source provides complete protein in such an easily digestible form, nor has the oils essential to life in as perfect a ratio for human health and vitality. Hempseed is the highest of any plant in essential fatty acids. Hempseed oil is among the lowest in saturated fats at 8% of total oil volume. The oil pressed from hempseed contains 55% linoleic acid (LA) and 25% linolenic acid (LNA). Only flax oil has more linolenic acid at 58%, but hempseed oil is the highest in total essential fatty acids at 80% of total oil volume. “These essential fatty acids are responsible for our immune response. In the old country the peasants ate hemp butter. They were more resistant to disease than the nobility.” The higher classes wouldn’t eat hemp because the poor ate it. – R. Hamilton, ED.D., Ph.D. Medical Researcher-Bichemist U.C.L.A. Emeritus.

• United States government-funded studies at St. Louis Medical University in 1989 and the U.S. government’s National Institute of Mental Health in 1990 moved cannabis research into a new realm by confirming that the human brain has receptor sites for THC and its natural cannabis cousins to which no other compounds known thus far will bind. In order for a chemical to affect the brain it must bind to a receptor site capable of receiving it. (Omni, August 1989; Washington Post, Aug 9, 1990) Although morphine fits the receptor sites of beta-endorphin roughly, and amphetamines correspond loosely to dopamine, these drugs as well as tricyclics and other mood altering drugs present grave danger to the subtle balance of the nerves’ vital fluids. Omni and the Washington Post cited no physical dangers in natural cannabis. One reason cannabis is so safe to use is that it does not affect any of the involuntary muscles of breathing and life support. Rather, it affects its own specific receptor cites for motion (movement strategy) and memory (mental strategies). On the molecular level, THC fits into receptor sites in the upper brain that seem to be uniquely designed to accommodate THC. This points to an ancient symbiosis between the plant and people. Perhaps these neuronal pathways are the product of a pre-cultural relationship between humans and cannabis. Carl Sagan proposes evidence using the Bushmen of Africa to show hemp to have been the first plant cultivated by humanity dating to when he was a hunter-gatherer. Some scientist assume that these receptor sites did not evolve for the purpose of getting high: “There must be some kind of neuronal pathway in the brain that developed, whether there were cannabis plants or not,” speculated mystified St. Louis University pharmacology professor Allyn Howlett in 1989.



For many years, it’s been said that it’s unwise to become a vegetarian because there’s no good source of protein in the plant kingdom (there’s no plant based protein).  And yet, what have we had this whole time?

If you had 1/4 of an acre of cannabis … think of all the seeds you could add to your food.  You would have a super supplement to add to your meals.  What multivitamin on the market could compare?

Think of all the rope and long-lasting and durable fibers you could have.  You could have super-clothes, and more.

Think of all that raw cannabis you could juice and consume to kill the cancer, that statistics show, you either have, or may be likely to get in the future.

Think of all that cannabis oil you could make and use against cancer.

Think of all the THC you could use against cancer.

Think of all that pain relief/relief from pain you could have.



For the shocking history of cannabis prohibition in the US, watch the following video:

As explained in the documentary, the money-families of the US (Rockefeller, Dupont, and others) declared war on cannabis because of the potential it had to ruin their plans and profits.  They used mass media and government to demonize and criminalize cannabis so effectively that the public developed an unquenchable fear and dislike of cannabis, something that had not existed prior to the assault. What most of the public believed, and still believes, was nothing more than well thought out lies designed to manipulate their emotions, beliefs, and actions. This is known as propaganda.


View all of this one:
The Last Word on Snake Oil


“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society.”

“In almost every act of our lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons […] who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires that control the public mind, who harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the world.”

Propaganda by Edward Bernays (1928)


When it came to cannabis, they put it into radio, newspapers, magazines, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and even school books. They brainwashed the population in those days into thinking cannabis was dangerous.


Here’s some of the propaganda they used against the population:


Reefer Madness – Old Time Radio Programs

If you went through those links, you saw the means and methods they were able to utilize back in the days when the population only had radio.  And you saw how they were even able to have the school books changed to reflect the agenda.  And you heard the radio broadcasts – news and shows – pushing the agenda.


Scroll down to “The marihuana addict shows three stages of reaction to the drug” on the following page and look at the obvious lies (the population didn’t know they were lies back then):


They say that marijuana of today is 2-6 times stronger than it was in the 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s; therefor it was 2-6 times weaker then than it is now. They were telling the population that people were going insane, committing suicide, and even murdering from smoking this much weaker marijuana.

You see the same type of propaganda when the government and media act as one to demonize a ruler in another country (usually one of their current or former puppets) to justify invading, destroying, and occupying that country for selfish desires and goals (of the invading occupiers). 



The conspiracy can even be seen in the drug scheduling:

Schedule I

Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Schedule I drugs are the most dangerous drugs of all the drug schedules with potentially severe psychological or physical dependence. Some examples of Schedule I drugs are:
heroin, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), marijuana (cannabis), 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy), methaqualone, and peyote

Schedule II

Schedule II drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with a high potential for abuse, less abuse potential than Schedule I drugs, with use potentially leading to severe psychological or physical dependence. These drugs are also considered dangerous. Some examples of Schedule II drugs are:
cocaine, methamphetamine, methadone, hydromorphone (Dilaudid), meperidine (Demerol), oxycodone (OxyContin), fentanyl, Dexedrine, Adderall, and Ritalin

Schedule III

Schedule III drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with a moderate to low potential for physical and psychological dependence. Schedule III drugs abuse potential is less than Schedule I and Schedule II drugs but more than Schedule IV. Some examples of Schedule III drugs are:
Combination products with less than 15 milligrams of hydrocodone per dosage unit (Vicodin), Products containing less than 90 milligrams of codeine per dosage unit (Tylenol with codeine), ketamine, anabolic steroids, testosterone

Schedule IV

Schedule IV drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with a low potential for abuse and low risk of dependence. Some examples of Schedule IV drugs are:
Xanax, Soma, Darvon, Darvocet, Valium, Activan, Talwin, Ambien

Schedule V

Schedule V drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with lower potential for abuse than Schedule IV and consist of preparations containing limited quantities of certain narcotics. Schedule V drugs are generally used for antidiarrheal, antitussive, and analgesic purposes. Some examples of Schedule V drugs are:
cough preparations with less than 200 milligrams of codeine or per 100 milliliters (Robitussin AC), Lomotil, Motofen, Lyrica, Parepectolin


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Cannabis is classified as a Schedule I drug, while cocaine is classified as a Schedule II drug?  They argue against marijuana use and say that one reason it’s so dangerous is because of how much stronger it is today, compared to the fifties, sixties and seventies.  True or false, in the fifties, sixties and seventies, cocaine was purer (not as cut), in other words, stronger than it is today?  The government said marijuana was a worst drug than cocaine, that is, a marijuana which they constantly state as being much less potent was worst than a more potent cocaine.  That’s like comparing the best cocaine of today to the worst marijuana of today and calling that marijuana worst than the cocaine.

Stop and think about that.  It couldn’t have been an accident or lack of understanding which lead them to state such a thing; no one is that dumb.  There is no way they could have arrived at that conclusion by a fair judgement, especially with marijuana being 2 to 6 times weaker.  It’s obvious that it wasn’t done with honest intentions.


“Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Schedule I drugs are the most dangerous drugs of all the drug schedules with potentially severe psychological or physical dependence. Some examples of Schedule I drugs are: heroin, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), marijuana (cannabis), 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy), methaqualone, and peyote.”

1. It has to be accepted by the paid-off medical community/medical industry (largely controlled by Big Pharma, which the Elite own and control).

2. “A high potential for abuse.” By whose definitions and standards? Another controlled, paid-off group that’s who.

3.The drugs at this level have or cause “potentially severe psychological or physical dependence.”


And those are the only 3 qualifiers?  No other side-effects matter? If a drug, substance, or chemical had very harmful side-effects, wouldn’t that push it up the scheduling, that is, if our safety was the issue? And when you think about which drugs and “medicines” cause severe side-effects (those of Big Pharma), it’s easy to see why other side-effects are not qualifiers.

This is a Schedule V drug:

This is a Schedule I drug (much worst, according to them):


Clearly, the scheduling is not based on truth.


Maybe this has something to do with it:

No matter what area of government, members of government are paid-off and placed in their position by the Elite/the 1%/the Money Families, mostly through their banks, corporations, and organizations (including secret societies).



Even today, the smear campaign continues in the News, the movies, TV shows, commercials, scientific community, and government.  In the movies, the users of cannabis almost always hallucinates after, and because of, use.  Ask any user of cannabis if they hallucinate after using cannabis.  I guarantee the answer will be a strong “no.”  Just recently, I saw an episode of “My Wife in Kids” (TV show) that contained a line (said by the actor in the scene) which revealed to the viewers of the program that the reason/cause for the previous 10 minutes of insane behavior of one of the characters was his use of a hair product which contained high amounts of THC.  And trust me, the behavior was outrageous.  I won’t name the episode, but if you find it, watch Refer Madness after watching that episode.  While these two “entertainment productions” match one another, both are the opposite of real life.

In that episode, it was also stated that high amounts THC cause paranoia.  Cannabis causes paranoia?  If there’s scientific evidence showing this, how much of that paranoia was caused by the user knowing he/she was consuming THC/marijuana/cannabis, an illegal drug?  And they sure it was paranoia?  It wasn’t caution?  The people didn’t become more cautious?  Are they sure?  I don’t think they are.



Many people say that marijuana is a gateway drug.  If marijuana is a gateway drug, that is, it leads to other drugs, then isn’t drinking alcohol -consuming something and getting intoxicated- and smoking cigarettes -smoking the rolled-up dried leaves of a plant, then getting addicted- both a gateway to marijuana , which they say is a drug?  How could they not be a gateway to marijuana ?  Especially cigarettes!  So, I expect an immediate, all out ban on cigarettes and alcohol.  They have to, they’re both gateways to a drug they say is a gateway to other drugs.

Caffeine is a drug.  It actually has more, and worst, negative effects on health than cannabis.  And they let the nation overdose on caffeine.



University Of California Marijuana Study: Pot Smoking, In Moderation, Does Not Harm Lungs

Marijuana Smoke Not as Damaging as Tobacco, Says Study

Is smoking marijuana bad for your lungs?



The average marijuana of the 60’s and 70’s had about 1% THC.  Today, the average marijuana has 20%.  So, what are the effects of this increase?  How do people react to this new high potency marijuana of today?  Pretty much the same as the less potent marijuana!

It’s not like the effects of consuming the deadly, destructive, legal drug alcohol.  And though this is true, they make it a point to never point this out.  In fact, they state or imply the opposite.

What types of thoughts does marijuana use lead to?  What types of emotions?  What types of actions?  What types of ways?  What types of harm to your body?  What types of harm to others?

Now, what if that amount of THC entering your body was increased?  What would happen?  It would only lead to more of the same stable/benign reactions from the body (the user), while providing more of the benefits.

Think about it, what is higher potency (more THC) going to cause?  More laughter, calm euphoria, red eyes, hunger, relaxation, and thoughts?  That’s scarey.  That’s very scarey.

What is it that you should fear that makes them always mention the change in potency that has occurred over the years?  Nothing.  It’s fear-mongering and disinformation, plain and simple.

Smoking marijuana is safer than drinking wine made from grapes.  If one serving of marijuana leads to another and another, and yet another, how will that affect a person?  If one serving of wine leads to another and another, and yet another, how will that affect a person?  And that’s with wine from grapes, not the alcohol in the liquor stores, which is also legal.

So, even if cannabis/marijuana was legalized for recreational use, that is, to get high, it would be the legalization of the recreational use of a virtually harmless substance that the government even found to be virtually harmless!  If they proved it to be virtually harmless, you should have the right to grow it, and consume it; especially when you take into account what is legalized for use without limits on consumption.


Joe Rogan vs Dr Drew on Marijuana


Eric Roberts speaks out about Marijuana on


*And even though it is virtually harmless, I personally don’t condone it’s use to get high (intoxicated).  It’s benign nature and ability to aide in, or give power to do, various activities is what easily turns it into a crutch (it increases desire for it, and continual use of it).  And speaking of desire, the high from marijuana leaves you slightly more susceptible to all desires.



After you finish going through this information, or after reading this paragraph, put yourself in drive and contact your local, state, and federal officials requesting actions be taken immediately to fully legalize cannabis.  The process for you to request is actually quick and easy. 

Here you go:


Tell them that you will only vote for a candidate who will legalize the transportation, possession, cultivation, and unrestricted use of cannabis for any purpose in accordance with current laws unrelated to cannabis.

Vote, even if you vote just for this.  And when you do vote, vote Only for candidates who have clearly promised to legalize cannabis immediately.


If the official doesn’t comply, be a citizen and use the following right, and don’t accept excuses:

Procedure for recalling State and Local Officials

If you live in an area that doesn’t offer this recourse, find another, and use it.


First, we couldn’t have it because it took so much from “them.”  Later, we couldn’t have it because it gave so much to us.  Cannabis is doing a double-life sentence.  Set it free.


*Be careful with legalization and decriminalization.  Having you high right now is something they would probably have no problem with.  It would be a benefit to them.


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