posted on Dec, 17 2006 @ 02:45 PM
tone23 good information, before i regged I was browsing and came upon this thread, I was going to reg just to challenge chissler but you did all the
typing for me ;-).
anyone who believes government sources really need to get a reality check, independent studies have proven them to be frauds, the FDA recently
announced that MMJ had ' no medical benefits' which totally goes against all current known research, its obvious an agenda is at play here, if
cannibus and hemp were legalized not onyl would big px lose out but big timber, oil, alcohol and tobacco would lose out on the massive profits they
already generate, they are also the main lobbyist to keep it illegal.
basically the big corporations are protectin their investments by maniupulating the government and the current laws. it makes no sense to keep it
illegal, the only people who profit from this are the entities pointed out above and the private prison system.
not to mention I have seen chemo patients not able to hold down food or gain appetite because of the chemo treatments and all of the overpriced pills
shoved down thier throats to help then 'gain appetite' only for them to regurgiate the pills. then once they smoke a J they are eating like wild
beasts, gaining weight and holding food down. it's all about money.
also as previously pointed out by a member that whole argument to justfiy it being illegals because it's 'dangerous' to smoke is BS, just
oh and hemp seed oil is one of the healthiest cooking oils known to man, and the biomass of hemp is greater than both corn and surgar can making it
the best candidate to produce ethenol, which could be produced in seasons in MASS and in some places all year round. it also rejuvinates the landscape
it's grown on, so if landscape where hemp was planted could not grow farms products or other crops previously once hemp is planted and removed the
land is fertile.
why do u think farmers are massivly pushing for legalisation? infact I think hemp has been made legal for farmers 'industrialized hemp'.
[edit on 17-12-2006 by ape]