Nancy VS Nancy

I kept waiting for her head to explode…

 

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Pot Possession’s Epiphany Generator

I told you about the stellar hypocrite, Rep Steve Katz (surprise! A Jew) last March. He represents the Hudson Valley in New York. Last year he was arrested for marijuana possession after he voted against a medical marijuana bill and I pointed out what a dissembler he was (and this is besides the fact that his lawyer was able to have the charge reduced to a parking ticket). Imagine that as you consider that person you know that languishes in jail for simple possession and can’t afford a lawyer.

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He claims that he was simply voting for what he thought the voters wanted (and of course, all these politicians ALWAYS vote for what their electors desire; like the blatant coverup of the real 911 culprits, a usurious monetary system, illegal wars, boycotts that starve little foreign children, indefinite detention, torture, protecting Afghan poppy fields and bringing the heroin here to sell to our own people, free trade agreements, murder of US citizens by our government/president, illegal surveillance and informational spying, FEMA camps, groping our private parts at airports/malls/and the roadways, coverups of presidential murders, theft of Social Security and the dismantling of the social services, tax increases, congressional pay increases, support of dual Israeli citizens in high positions of government, backing mercenaries against imagined evil enemies, Homeland Security and the police state, menorahs at the Whitehouse but never a cross or Christian symbolism, more and more and MORE money to Israel, even further subservience to Jewish control, and all the other laws that we, as US citizens desire so much like the Noahide laws and any other way to give Jews more control of this country). Should I go on?

It is obvious that Steve Katz truly wanted to do his constituency’s bidding.

Uh, except… The day after that vote that reflected his constituents’ wishes, he told his wife:

‘Next year, I really don’t care. I’m voting for medical marijuana because that’s what I believe in and I’m not comfortable with what happened.’

Gosh, Steve. In reality, you really DIDN’T care what your constituents wanted, after all?

You phony.

 

“An Epiphany”

Katz said that the possession ticket was an epiphany:

“You’re turning me into a criminal? You got to be kidding.”

What is it about getting arrested for stupid drug laws that becomes an epiphany for people? Especially the hypocrites in government positions? Are these people so stupid or ignorant that they don’t see the travesty of these laws in the first place? Not according to Katz.

He said he knew all along that marijuana legalization was a:

“core belief from the time I was in college and Rockefeller was the Governor.”

Yet, he spent years with his mouth shut, misleading his voters into thinking he believed something totally different.

Us rednecks call that LYING. A fraud. A sham. A fake.

Katz went on to describe his friends which are professionals (doctors, lawyers, and business men) and “pillars of the community”, no less, which all smoke the evil weed and makes the connection of how stupid the laws he endorsed by voting AGAINST legalizing for medical reasons by saying:

“We’re all criminals? This is ridiculous”

Do I have to point out that most of these people are probably quite well-to-do and can likely minimize their LAW BREAKING into a “parking ticket” in the same way Katz did, unlike the poor rednecks I know who have suffered because they don’t have money?

He went further and said that the arrest:

“didn’t change anything other than make me decide that I was going to not only be a champion for medical marijuana, and for its total legalization, I was going to become part of the wave that’s building in the industry itself. “It’s a great feeling. It’s very liberating.”

AHA! The money quote

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The Next Great American Industry

 You see, Katz is a rich Jew and now has become an investor in the market and will invest up to $10M. He has teamed up with a group who has dollar signs floating in front of their eyes.

What we have here is even more greed and money grubbing, when the truth is that the stuff should simply be legal. Period. There should not be a “market” on a weed that can grow virtually anywhere and by anyone with just a little knowledge. No, but the Jews (and others) see the $ and want to control it.

The only “epiphany Katz has is that he loves money and wants MORE of it.

For those of you who want to understand how cannabis works with the human Endocannabinoid system (which every human being has, with receptors God gave us for this miracle medicine) to heal cancers and many other ailments, you can spend some time at Cannabis Journal.

h/t Smellthetruth

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Forcing The Fed’s Hand

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Anyone who reads here should know that I am a cannabis legalization supporter. It is ludicrous that people serve jail time and have their lives ruined over a plant. It is crazy that so much money has gone into placing such a miracle drug with the list of Schedule One drugs, with the intent of keeping researchers from truly understanding the value of this medicine and demonizing it to the point that everyone believes it is the Devil’s Weed.

I have discussed time and time again where this comes from and the main issue is money.

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Medicine (chemical) manufacturers don’t want something that truly cures a person’s conditions. They don’t want the competition. The private Prison Industry obviously has a lot of money to lose. Gasoline folks fight it, because if weed is legalized, so must hemp be legalized and it is one of the best biofuel sources.

 

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Food manufacturers like Monsanto don’t want another easy to grow food source. Tree farmers and many paper manufacturers fight its legalization. Illegal drug growers don’t want the competition. Politicians who benefit from the lobby efforts of all the above know better, but still play the game instead of educating their constituents.

 

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Of course, there are many, many more anti-cannabis folks out there. Quite a few are ideologically driven because the life-long brainwashing has succeeded. But in the majority of cases, what would be the main motivation?

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MONEY!

And of all the drug warriors benefiting financially by cannabis criminalization, who do you think wants to fight the legalization more than anyone? Obama and his administration?

Nope.

Cops.

 

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If you read that letter, you would immediately see that they use the same old tired lies we are always told. Gateway drug, suicide cause, bad drivers, etc.

 

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In each and every case, those claims have been shown to be a bunch of tired lies and obfuscation.

It is crazy. Innocent people are attacked by military armed thugs, even over mere rumors of its presence:

They burst through the gate, handcuffed the terrified residents, and held them at gunpoint while the agents executed the raid’s mission.

Which was what, exactly? “The purpose was to improve the quality of life [and] to resolve life safety issues within neighborhoods,” a spokeswoman for the city said.

It seems there had been complaints about marijuana being grown and about the place being unkempt.

So, what did the derring-do raiders achieve? They captured 17 blackberry bushes, 15 okra plants, 14 tomatillo plants, some native grasses, and all the sunflowers. Then they whacked down Shellie’s sweet potato patch with a Weed-Eater and seized the farm’s compost, along with some wooden pallets, old tires, and furniture.

Did you notice what they didn’t find? Marijuana plants. Nor any other illegal products.

- See more at: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/content/jim-hightower-razing-garden-eden#sthash.z8BIJNza.dpuf

These criminals with badges will do whatever they can to save the tax money they receive to militarize themselves and the power that comes with the lies involving this weed. You see, this miracle plant makes them LOTS and LOTS of money via Federal grants and forfeiture/seizure laws. It keeps them in a job… an easier job. Why? Because arresting and terrorizing pot heads and medical users is far easier than investigating/solving violent crimes, of which they only solve about 20%. And there ain’t no money in those crimes, but there is bunches of money in weed crimes.

Bill Piper the director of national affairs for the Drug Policy Alliance appears on CNN to speak about the historic breakthrough in the struggle to end marijuana prohibition. Yesterday Attorney General Eric Holder informed the governors of Washington and Colorado that the Department of Justice will allow the states to implement their ballot initiatives that legalized the production, distribution, and sale of marijuana for adults.

It’s all ridiculous, anyway. $Billions, if not $Trillions have been spent. $Billions have been seized from people. People have been terrorized and even murdered by these criminal thugs with badges (quite a few innocent and a victim of the cops attacking the wrong address). Then, if somehow, some miracle happens and a cop is held accountable for the criminality, YOUR tax dollar (or seized funds) fights the case in court, and pays out if necessary (many times with the criminal cop keeping his job). More often than not, there is a coverup and lies for each other.

There is a good alternative to you all losing your jobs when it is finally legal nationwide. How about you start investigating and SWAT teaming the hedge fund managers, major bank officers, the Obama/Bush Administrations for war crimes, the real perpetrators of 911, etc.

Well, I’m sorry. Its time sanity prevail. I don’t think the public could be any more vocal about the change that is needed.

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Legalize!

h/t JackHerer.com

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Gupta Switches Gears After Recent Toke

OK. So, I don’t know “when” it was that Dr Gupta toked, but he (and Piers) admit to it. But something has changed his mind about it since he wrote in 2007 that it was dangerous and no medical benefits. Even as close as 2009, I was writing about Gupta and his carrying of the official drug war meme. My oh my, how much has changed in a few years.

It is heartening to see him tell you what I have been saying for many years. But does it make you scratch your head wondering why in the world the producers would pick the debate opponent they picked? First of all, Howard Smauels has only one argument, which is in and of itself a bunch of malarkey. Do you think that the fact that he owns and runs some a drug rehab center (which I suggest leans very heavily upon this misdiagnosis of marijuana harm to keep its doors open) might affect his claims?

Youtube Commenter put it this way:

Howard Samuels is an unscrupulous opportunist whose disingenuousness is contingent upon the flawed premise that legalization would open the doors to unbridled use. What he doesn’t comprehend is that whoever wants to use cannabis, already does. That also includes a host of young people who would otherwise be prevented by regulation from legal access.

What part of his “debate” was truth? 5%? More or less?

It appears that the citizenry has shown its disdain for anti-marijuana laws to the extent that the PTB understand that they can no longer fight it. It has become too obvious that the entire scam is unraveling.

Times, they are a changin’.

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Mom and Dad: Let’s Talk

My conversation with my Dad and his best friend, the Chief of Police in my hometown, didn’t go quite as well as the following videos. But it still needs to be discussed. From this early post by me a few years ago:

Many years ago, when I was 17, my dad was best friends with my hometown police chief. I was wild as a buck and was known to partake in the evil weed and could be known to be crazy as hell.

Back then, I would drink, but simply for social reasons… I never really have liked getting ‘drunk’ (even though I did it quite often). I feel horrible the next day and I don’t really like the feeling I got especially after the initial ‘buzz’. I also seemed to get into trouble when drinking and was known to take my redheaded temper to extremes.

But weed never did me that way. Hell, it wouldn’t cause anger, it calmed me down.

Anyway, I came home one day close to graduation and I noticed that Jack’s Chief car was in the driveway. This wasn’t uncommon, so I didn’t think too much about it… UNTIL I went in and realized that they were waiting on me.

Both men are dead, so I can say this now, but as they railed on me about the evils of weed, they were smoking cigars and drinking a Scotch and water (we lived in a dry county, which means this drink was also illegal).

All I could say was that if I had a choice between the two evils (the one they enjoyed or the one I enjoyed) I would choose the one that didn’t cause me to be a maniac and sick as a dog. I also told them that the day they could put down the cigars and alcohol would be the day I put down the weed.

Both of these men smoked and drank until the day they died…

 

It is a sad commentary when we discuss the lies that were used on us as we grew up. Anything from weed will make your hair fall out, to it is the “gateway drug” to “it causes cancer” have all proved to be outright lies.

The thing is that I knew it was all lies even back then, but there was no way to prove it. It was obvious that alcohol and prescription drugs were far more damaging to people even in the 70’s. Now we know that it is a medicine… that it heals (and was used so for thousands of years, with even the drug companies making huge sums of money from it back before and just after the turn of last century).

Its time to discuss this and the young folks have it much easier than I did. The lies are so obvious now, when back then it was simply anecdotal.


 

Thanks to MPP here and here

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Understanding Prohibition

In its history, America has experienced two major periods of drug prohibition. This first was the Federal alcohol prohibition from 1920-1933. The second is the current war on drugs, which began in 1971.

According to Prof. Angela Dills, during these periods of prohibition in America, both homicide rates and police enforcement costs increased. This makes sense, as prohibitions never actually eliminate use. Rather, prohibitions convert peaceful and legal markets into black markets. In black markets, when disputes arise over sales territory, product quality, or money, the government legal system is not available. This forces drug dealers to resolve disputes on their own, which often leads to violence.

The violence of black markets, along with the enforcement of drug policy, attracts the attention of law enforcement. Law enforcement is costly, and the time spent enforcing drug laws could have been spent preventing other crimes like murder, theft, and rape. Drug prohibition not only generates more violence and increases the cost of law enforcement; it also distracts law enforcement and puts citizens at greater risk of crime.

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B’Man’s Hypocrite Watch: Steve Katz

Katz represents the Hudson Valley in New York and voted against legalizing medical marijuana

Katz represents the Hudson Valley in New York and voted against legalizing medical marijuana

 

Maybe he’s mellowed out.

According to The New York Post, Steve Katz, a Republican state assemblyman from Yorktown, New York was arrested on pot possession yesterday despite the fact that last year he voted against legalizing medical marijuana.

A former veterinarian, Katz was pulled over Thursday morning for driving fifteen miles over the speed limit near Coeymans, New York.

The state trooper who stopped Katz noticed the smell of marijuana.

According to the New York state police, Katz was not disruptive.

Spokeswoman Darcy Wells told the media that Katz ‘was cooperative and handed the trooper a bag of marijuana.’

The assemblyman was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and is due in court later this month.

Full Article:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2294201/New-York-state-assemblyman-voted-legalizing-medical-marijuana-arrested-pot-possession.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

What a POS. Instead of voting for the stuff that heals, he votes against it and then uses it himself. Being a hypocrite does not surprise me though: He’s a Jew.Just look at all the Jews in congress that are trying to take away guns from citizens while surrounded by armed thugs or actually own guns themselves (or get their husbands to buy them) or try to enact laws to take away citizens’ guns and right to purchase, while exempting government officials.

Jesus was correct when he called them all out for the liars and hypocrites they are.

h/t JackHerer.com

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