Legalization vs Repeal (Control vs Freedom)

Sorry for repeating information it is there for reference purposes, people complain if I do, and if I don’t put the information up there, people don’t know. Why take chances, please understand I am only repeating information because the majority of people don’t know truth. I have to try.

What is better legalization or repealing the unconstitutional law that has filled our prisons with nonviolent cannabis users? The prohibition against marijuana was unconstitutional from its inception. Legalization seems to limit the public’s ability to be self sufficient and sustainable. We can repeal any laws and make them null and void so things will be like when George Washington grew Cannabis, except we have technology to help make things more efficient than ever! Many laws need to be repealed.

Take action, even if you only send an email. Why is controlling and limiting our ability to grow cannabis more popular than repealing the law to make it null and void so we are free to grow as many plants as we want? Stop supporting corrupt mainstream or alternative media that ignore and censor truth!

I want to be able to grow my own food, medicine, clean energy/fuel, fiber without being bullied by corrupt authorities just to stay in line with the “collective” by growing a limited amount of plants! Why is anyone wanting to limit a plant safer than drinking water? Some of us are tired of poisonous high energy prices and want to grow safe hemp for food, energy/fuel, fiber, medicine, hempcrete and so much more!

Thomas Jefferson was a hemp farmer. There are documents in Library of Congress where George Washington states that he liked sitting on the back porch smoking a pipe of hemp. In early Colonial times people could pay their taxes with hemp!

Rudolph Diesel who made the diesel engine to run on hemp fuel was found swimming with the fishes! Wide use of Rudolf Diesel’s engine would have made petroleum-based fuel obsolete. The idea was destroyed by marijuana prohibition after Rudolf Diesel’s death.

The government repeals other laws so lets get rid of the corrupt laws!

Our number one need is oxygen. Hemp and bamboo are the two fastest growing plants on the planet. Both have a uniquely bright infrared signature, creating oxygen and breathing in CO2. Bamboo grows in tropical and semi-tropical zones. Hemp grows everywhere but the poles.

The first diesel fuel was made from oil pressed from hemp seeds. It’s non-toxic, a nitrogen fixer, grows well nearly everywhere, a renewable resource, makes food, fuel, paper, rope, medicine, cosmetics, plastic, housing and much more.

The seeds can be pressed and used for diesel. Leaves and stalks can be fermented and used for fuel grade alcohol. 1800 Gallons of Ethanol Per Acre. Hemp harvests the most ethanol per acre compared to the alternatives, 2-10 times more than corn ethanol. Low THC hemp plants produce less seed and ethanol per acre compared to other strains. Some varieties mature in 60-90 days.

Hemp also produces ozone while it grows. If the world switched to hemp for fuel, we could repair the southern ozone hole in less than two decades. Forests create oxygen. Ozone breathe in CO2, cool the air, attract moisture, create rain. We need them. They are our symbiots. Without them, we suffocate, are subject to droughts and weird weather.

If China and the rest of the third world are to drive, we will surely run out of oxygen unless we totally switch to hemp for fuel. China severely needs to depollute now in the cities. Hemp grows in China.

We need to switch fuels. Alcohol and hemp seed oil still burn oxygen, but create it while they are growing. Gasoline does not.

In the 1930’s, hemp was stigmatized in a smear campaign by the petroleum, tobacco, alcohol, pharmaceutical, paper industries to insure against the competition of hemp fuel and safe, non-addicting and biodegradable products. The blind prejudice remains. If we and the other animals on the planet are to survive, we must see through this ignorance and correct the problem, low oxygen.

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2 thoughts on “Legalization vs Repeal (Control vs Freedom)

  1. (This is a comment to a re-post of your article at Dont-Tread-On.Me)

    Well, you list everything that is wrong with this plant:

    >> It’s non-toxic

    That will do. “Non-toxic” means there is no need for 5 government agencies to spawn 10 government agencies each to regulate toxicity of hemp. There is nothing for people to develop cancer from, hence no profit for big pharma, hence neither bribes, nor insider trading oppos for Congress. Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg explains it with a single broken glass demonstration.

    >> grows well nearly everywhere

    As if the above wasn’t enough… Who’s going to buy fertilizers? What if the owners of the most wretched acreages suddenly get a sliver of independence?

    >> a renewable resource

    Oh man. How about the mass hysteria then? What to scare people with – a shortage of a renewable resource that grows everywhere? Duh. You’d drive mass media and Al Gore out of business.

    >> makes food, fuel, paper, rope, medicine, cosmetics, plastic, housing and much more.

    Stop, stop, STOP, you dirty little enemy of the State! We were having such a great status quo here, and now you.

    Anything that makes sense today is barely tolerated, but tomorrow will be outright illegal. I mean _everything_. This is the nature of the State – to profit from gates, fences, locks and any other obstacle known to man.

    They started as thugs, charging bridge-crossers, and… and nothing changed, really.

    Though wait! They now have jails where they can put anyone who threatens to clean things up.

    >> We need to switch

    We can’t switch within the existing system: the management will never allow a switch that renders them powerless. The switch you are referring to starts with a capital S and happens when there is nothing to lose.

    So far, people are hoping for a law from D.C. that would make it legal to ignore laws from D.C.

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