posted on Mar, 13 2008 @ 11:38 PM
I think if they move someone's thread to RATS, they should at least give them access to the forum it is in.
Hemp was used by the founders of the U.S., the U.S. military asked farmers to grow it to show their patriotism and support this nation in WWII. If
Hemp is banned, then discussion of Ethanol should be banned as well. Also discussion of Opium production in Afghanistan. The discussion of
prescription drugs. Basically any chemical combination including tylenol, caffeine, nicotine, and chocolate that isn't directly related to
That means city water is banned too, since the report that it is contaminated.
I fully understand the policy. I am just saying, it must be equal and fair. So all of those topic must be moved and created only in RATS for the
rule to be spread evenly across all related subjects.
It would be a shame to have the site banned from IPs or even countries, so, that is fine that they must do what they do to keep a worldly audience.
Since there is a lot of news that needs to spread world-wide, and opinions that need to come from the people who experience it who live where it
I understand that trying to moderate a thread can be hard work. But if we work together (mods reviewing threads, members reporting violations), then
any bad content can be dealt with swiftly and therefore not affect this situation.
There are already lots of snips with neat pictures they replace with ... maybe a new one with Tommy Chong and Willie Nelson on it, that says we
cannot discuss things of this nature here, we respect your views and experiences, but please take the discussion to a forum dealing directly with that
form of entertainment.
Put it this way, U.S. National Hemp crop would do tons to increasing national security by ... helping create energy independence from its oils,
better national health from it omega acids, and a great money crop since it is a great textile product we could export and build industry around.
Lots of America's greats were for this being a staple crop of the U.S. Greedy corporates and fascists are who are strongly against it. Blame
corrupt politicians, lobbyists, and corrupt leaders in the other forms of agencies (DEA, CIA, etc.) who profit or at least catch a cut of money from
keeping the public misinformed.