Pot is Good, Cops are Bad

Soapy ypaos at shotmail.com
Sun Aug 3 18:23:56 EST 2003


"Naomi Kearnon" <naomii at comcast.net> wrote in
news:ydednQQyebvp-rCiRTvU2Q at comcast.com 

> Pot is not an opiate.  I will, however, explain to you what it is
> in modern-day society in the United States.  Pot is something
> white teenagers smoke, all white burn-out hippies, and blacks of
> all ages.  The idea that you're saying that the OSS intentionally
> introduced it into the ghetto is just ASKING one of these damn
> affirmitive action black people to show up and start talking about
> how I oppressed him. 
> 
> Fun facts about racism :
> 
> 1. Next time you see a White Panther, ask him to name one place in
> Africa that isn't on the northern seaboard or South Africa.  Laugh
> at him as he begins to repeat himself nervously.
> 2. Slaves in the South were treated very well, all things
> considered, in comparison to other slaves of the world, they lived
> in resorts on the estate they worked on.
> 3. Ask one black action agent to explain to you what Socialism,
> Communism, or Capitalism is.  His reply will be, ' They is
> oppressin' me meng. ' 4. Where as anti-white and 'rap' and
> 'culture' is an artistic expression, if I express my thoughts that
> they're a detrimental effect on any modern society they currently
> live in, that's just racism; but it's okay for them to rap about
> how they'll rape my wife and have sex with my kids - That's after
> they ' shoot ten police and smoke a J '. 
> 
> I think pot is fine.  I quit smoking pot when I was a teenager. 
> You're supposed to move on..  If you legalize pot, it will be a
> sweeping effect of lazy, lethargic, and useless people.  Not
> really because they're lazy people, but because the fact that pot
> is openly available for them to smoke. 
> 
> I do not think pot is a problem, but if it were legalize,
> anti-hate and pro-peace mentalities would flood the United States.
>  Social and racial tension would meltdown and we would actually
> perhaps be able to function as a country.  But, at the same time,
> it would plunge us into a nearly into an economic slump that would
> more than likely slowly recover over the course of 10 years.

The pot growers would make millions.


> But that's just my opinion, I could be wrong.  You know what they
> say about the US..
> 
> ' Divided we stand, United we crawl. '
> 
> And there's really no more honesty past that phrase.
> 
> --
> - N. Kearnon
> 
> ' We hang the petty thieves, but we
> promote the great ones to public office. '
> 
> 
> "Agent 86" <spamspamspam at spam.spam> wrote in message
> news:Xns93CB8471EAE04spamspamspamspamspam at bedoper.com...
>> Rense.com
>> Marijuana - The GateWay Drug
>> By Sheryl Jackson
>> moonfyre1 at earthlink.net
>> 8-2-3
>> In order to view Marijuana from the perspective of the NWO, one
>> must see it for the herb that it is. Understanding a little of
>> the history of Marijuana is at best convoluted and filled with
>> misunderstanding. So one must see how the government sees it.
>>
>> Marijuana was, like all other drugs, included in the blanket of
>> crime after the laws against drugs that were instituted in l921.
>> At that time marijuana was used by most people for relaxing and
>> puttering around the garden
>> Studies done in the seventies around the world showed that
>> marijuana was not an opiate as previously thought and was able to
>> contain pain at a tolerable level, and even found to be
>> beneficial for those who had open heart surgery. The patient was
>> able to relax and breathe deeper facilitating six months of
>> recovery in about six weeks. People in England were studied and
>> marijuana was found to be beneficial for those with high blood
>> pressure and an intolerance of the potassium depleting drugs
>> prescribed by conventional medicine. Studies in Russia further
>> illustrated the remarkable healing properties of marijuana for 
>> those who had cancer surgery because it allowed people to use
>> less of the more addictive drugs and still have good recovery.
>> Sweden found that marijuana was a comfort to the terminally ill,
>> depleting pain and allowing the patients to remain conscious and
>> in communication with their families rather than being blotto and
>> dying without being conscious.
>> All of these studies showed a win/win situation for the patients.
>> Up until l849, in America, any one farming 40 or more acres was
>> expected to grow hemp for ropes for the government. In fact they
>> were supposed to grow five acres of hemp for the government.
>> The Iceman found in l997 in the Swiss-Italian Alps of Europe was
>> found to be wearing hemp clothing that had survived 7000 years of
>> ice. Marked and tattooed the Iceman is now believed to have been
>> a Holy man or Shaman because among the many things he carried
>> with him was pharmaceutical quality marijuana in a pouch among
>> the many herbs he carried. This was astounding in itself, but the
>> clothing is the oldest ever found and was woven hemp.
>> The OSS of WWII brought marijuana to this country and
>> specifically made it available to blacks in the ghettoes because
>> of the perceived addictive qualities. One thing that Olde J.
>> Edgar Hoover, wanted to do, was subjugate the Black man from
>> pursuing White Wymyn. Now it is known that the addictive
>> qualities are non-existent. 
>>
>> After the OSS and the making of the Silly Movie REEFER MADNESS,
>> the public in this country had no real knowledge of what
>> marijuana was. So many myths and misconceptions were rampant
>> among the population. Flash forward to Vietnam. During 'Nam, the
>> American soldier discovered the joys of smoking marijuana and
>> stress relief, and like all good boys they brought back what they
>> found the most of - Herpes and marijuana. Many of the returning
>> vets I talked to said that they had purchased it over the counter
>> packaged like cigarettes. And most of the returning vets had a
>> good experience with it. And they brought home the seeds of some
>> of the finest marijuana grown on the planet.
>> They gave it to the Flower Children of the Sixties and seventies.
>> But my speculation is that the Powers That Be gave it to the
>> Hippies to weaken their Peace and Love agenda. And it became so
>> mainstream that one could actually sit and smoke in public,
>> especially in the cities of California. The weather of California
>> was perfectly suited to growing year round. The forests of
>> California became growing "rooms" and much of it was grown 
>> illicitly on federal forest land. The Golden Triangle was in
>> Northern California where it is still grown illegally on federal
>> land, because of the confiscation of life and property to the
>> growers. Life in prison and property snatched and sold for
>> fighting the GREAT War on Drugs. Humboldt County is known around
>> the world for its very high THC content and it is prohibitively
>> expensive, so most people do not purchase it. The very wealthy
>> can afford it like most of the other things of quality that are
>> produced by the world markets. Most marijuana in this country is
>> rather low-grade and cheaply sold having been grown in Mexico by
>> farmers who are trying to relieve their poverty and misfortune.
>> And they are apparently being helped by the Mexican Army that
>> loads it on trucks and sends it North. Today, the present
>> Administration of the Four Horsemen and Cadaverous Cabinet are
>> all really into calling Marijuana the Gateway drug and trying 
>> to eliminate it from public consumption. Most people laugh at the
>> propaganda, but I have given great thought to this and I have to
>> agree. Those who try marijuana and do not like it will try harder
>> and more addictive drugs to get "high". Marijuana does not
>> provide one with oblivion like alcohol, heroin or even Cocaine.
>> It is not a hallucinogen like mushrooms, peyote and mescaline. It
>> is a quiet and unobtrusive "high" that does create apathy in the
>> user. THC is now well recorded for its use as a pain and nausea
>> reliever for those who have to have chemo therapy for cancer and
>> other horrifying diagnoses. And this is the reason that the New
>> World Order does not want it available to the masses. If people
>> found out how really effective it is against the hideous side
>> effects of manmade chemotherapy, people would stop BUYING AND
>> USING the outrageously priced pharmaceuticals that the Korporate
>> Klaw charges for this minimal comfort from their labs. 
>>
>> The travesty of law is that alcohol is the only drug that is
>> readily available to the American public. Alcohol is also the
>> drive to hell. Alcohol is the only INSTANT disinhibitor on the
>> planet. It is the ONLY DRUG that will make you think of taking
>> off your clothes and bedding strangers after only consuming three
>> drinks in an hour and a half. Alcohol has been used by men to
>> "loosen" wymyn for sex for centuries. It has been an instant
>> disinhibitor causing moral decay since it was first discovered
>> and became widely accepted in the Euro-Asian cultures for several
>> thousand years. In some ancient countries where the water was 
>> bad, wine was drunk instead of water.
>> During WWII, the people of Europe gave beer to their children
>> because of a shortage of milk and wet nurses. Europe still does
>> not have the problem of Criminal activity that American alcohol
>> has caused. 
>>
>> Alcohol is being made by the same people who make the Toxic
>> cigarettes, FrankenFoods and sodas that we are supposed to
>> consume every day. One must review this with a critical mind, so
>> that one can figure that the toxins are also being added to
>> alcohol. Most beer has formaldehyde in it to bypass the
>> "greening" or aging process. Wines are filled with sulfites and
>> sulfides to keep it from going bad. In the olde days, one had to 
>> consume the entire bottle in a day or two because there were no
>> preservatives added.
>> Marijuana is not contributing to crime like alcohol does and for
>> the NWO this is not a good thing. Crime is the biggest industry
>> in this country besides the sale of Arms. Crime and arms are the
>> most important two contributors to the American economy that we
>> have. Arms sold to the world and the American population. Alcohol
>> keeps the insurance companies happy denying claims with
>> unregulated premiums to the American consumer. Without alcohol,
>> there would be less violent crimes less often. This was proven
>> true during the seventies in the Scandinavian countries of
>> Denmark, Sweden and Holland. These countries are known for their
>> tolerance of Hash and marijuana. Once it was legalized there the 
>> crimes went down because it was no longer necessary to go around
>> a criminal element to acquire it.
>> Soon several states in America lowered their crime rates by
>> making it legal. Both Oregon and Alaska allowed people to grow
>> four plants for their own consumption. That was ultimately
>> reversed to accommodate the economy of those states by making it
>> a HUGE fine if caught. But the cops did not confiscate the stash,
>> they just wrote out a ticket. Today marijuana is still consumed
>> at a very high rate in this country. Because people like that NOT
>> OUT OF CONTROL HIGH that marijuana provides. Those who love to
>> smoke marijuana are seldom bothered with other drug consumption
>> unless it is a beer or wine that tastes especially good when one
>> is "high" on grass. So marijuana can be called the Gateway Drug
>> because if you seek oblivion for yourself, you will not enjoy
>> marijuana. It will make you relax and go to sleep. Which is all
>> most people want. It is for sure that no one ever picked up a
>> "joint", or a drink or packed their noses with cocaine to become
>> drug addicts or alcoholics. People do drugs to feel better, or to
>> feel happy or to go to sleep. Those are the three reasons that
>> people do drugs.. Alcohol is the drug of choice for most people
>> because it is legal. But one must ask why is it so readily
>> available when this is known to be true in law enforcement
>> circles around the world? The only answer I have is: it causes
>> crime. Crime sells security systems, bigger, better construction
>> for the wealthy, keeps emergency rooms full and busy, keeps 
>> police and fireman employed. And gives doKtors and lawyers
>> reasons to get up in the morning and go to work. It readily fills
>> the prisons with new criminals daily. This makes us have to build
>> more and more prisons. However, there are more people in prison
>> for drug trafficking than for theft, because the repeat offender
>> is plea bargained and back on the streets drinking his bottle of
>> courage before going out to maraud, pillage and plunder innocent
>> people. In short, marijuana cannot be controlled because anyone
>> can grow it, and it does not contribute to crime. Therefore it
>> will NOT be legal as long as the present administration is in
>> office. But then as BabyBush said prior to taking office, "I
>> stopped my dirty habits seven years ago." This was a reference to
>> his nosecandy habits. But I seriously doubt if he has stopped
>> drinking. Now he has access to pharmaceutical cocaine. One of his 
>> perks? And how about all of those vacations that he takes for a
>> month at a time? No one in his position has ever taken off for
>> more than a week, without tremendous press coverage. Rehab?
>> One must figure that this is a personal crusade for the WhiteMen
>> running Washington, because when they tried marijuana and
>> inhaled, they did not get obliterated like they do when they
>> drink themselves stupid. So I say, prohibition now.
>>
>>
>> http://www.rense.com/general39/refer.htm
>>
>> --
>> Can I borrow a feeling?
>> http://www.mp3.com/gortician
>>
>> Bass for your anus:
>> http://www.mp3.com/manticore
>> http://www.mp3.com/meterversusyard
>> http://www.mp3.com/highc
>> http://www.mp3.com/measurerecs.
>>
>> "[The artwork of Andrew Penland] is REAL...what I mean by "real"
>> is that it made NEW THOUGHTS occur in my head, which would have
>> never otherwise occurred." --Full Force Frank
>>
> 
> --
> - N. Kearnon
> 
> ' We hang the petty thieves, but we
> promote the great ones to public office. '
> 
> 
> "Counteragent 86" <spamspamspam at spam.spam> wrote in message
> news:Xns93CC6415336F1spamspamspamspamspam at bedoper.com...
>> Charlie Wilkes <charlie_wilkes at easynews.com> wrote in
>> news:djlpivk5ip0q8959a6nd9qmm2kr3je8kj8 at 4ax.com:
>>
>> > On Sat, 02 Aug 2003 17:49:58 GMT, Agent 86
>> > <spamspamspam at spam.spam> wrote:
>> >
>> >>Studies done in the seventies around the world showed that
>> >>marijuana 
>> was
>> >>not an opiate as previously thought
>> >
>> > I don't believe it.  I want to see more information about these
>> > studies and where exactly "around the world" they were done.
>> >
>> > Charlie
>> >
>>
>> Pot is not an opiate, no matter how ignorant you may be.
>>
>> --
>> Can I borrow a feeling?
>> http://www.mp3.com/gortician
>>
>> Bass for your anus:
>> http://www.mp3.com/manticore
>> http://www.mp3.com/meterversusyard
>> http://www.mp3.com/highc
>> http://www.mp3.com/measurerecs.
>>
>> "[The artwork of Andrew Penland] is REAL...what I mean by "real"
>> is that it made NEW THOUGHTS occur in my head, which would have
>> never otherwise occurred." --Full Force Frank
>>
> 
> 
> 



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