Cannabis is not harmful to the human body and mind. Marijuana is not a threat to society. Marijuana does pose a threat to oil companies, alcohol, the tobacco industry and a large number of chemical companies.
Big companies, with enough dollars and influence, have kept the truth away from the people.
The truth is, using marijuana for whatever it is suitable for would create an industrial nuclear bomb! The very rich have conspired to spread disinformation about a plant that, if used properly, would ruin their businesses.
Where does the word "marijuana" come from?
The “m-word” was invented in the mid-1930s to destroy the good image and special history of the hemp plant, as you can read here. The facts listed here can be verified in the Encyclopedia Britannica, which was printed on paper made from hemp 150 years ago:
1) Until the 1880s, all school books were printed on hemp or flax paper. (Jack Frazier, Hemp Paper Revisited, 1974)
2) From 1631 to early 1800, it was legal to pay taxes in America using hemp. (LA Times, August 12, 1981)
3) It was illegal to refuse to grow hemp in the 17th and 18th centuries! From 1763 to 1769, this was imprisoned in the state of Virginia. (G.M. Herdon, Hemp in Colonial Virginia)
4) George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other founding fathers grew hemp. (Washington and Jefferson diaries. Jefferson smuggled hemp seeds from China to France and then to America)
5) Benjamin Franklin owned one of the first paper companies in America, and it processed hemp. The war in 1812 was about hemp. Napoleon wanted to cut off Moscow’s exports to England. (Jack Herer, Emperor Wears No Clothes)
6) 90% of all sails and ropes have been made from hemp for thousands of years. The Dutch word “canvas” means cannabis. (Webster’s New World Dictionary)
7) Until the introduction of cotton in the 1820s, 80% of all textiles, fabrics, clothing, linen, sheets and the like were made from hemp.
8) The first Bibles, maps, Betsy Ross’s flag (sewed the first flag of the United States), the first sketches of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were made from hemp. (Archives of the U.S. Government)
9) In many states, hemp was the first crop grown. 1850 was a peak year for Kentucky with a production of 40,000 tons. Hemp was the largest crop until the 20th century. (State Archives)
10) The oldest known records of cannabis cultivation go back 5,000 years in China, although industrialization probably dates back to ancient Egypt.
11) The paintings of Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Gainsborough and other paintings on canvas are basically painted on hemp linen.
12) In 1916, the U.S. government that in the 1940s all paper would be made from hemp and no trees would have to be cut around it. Government studies indicate that 1 acre (4046.8 m2) of hemp is as much as 4.1 acres of trees. Plans had been made to start such programs. (U.S. Department of Agricultural Archives)
13) Until 1937, quality paints and varnishes were made from hemp seed oil. In 1935, 58,000 tons of hemp seed was used for paint products. (Sherman Williams Paint Company statement to US Congress against marijuana taxation in 1937)
14) Henry Ford’s first Ford-T model was made to run on hemp fuel and the body was constructed of hemp. Ford himself has been photographed on his large estate between his hemp fields. The car, “grown out of the earth”, had hemp plastic panels, which are 10 times stronger than steel. (Popular Mechanics, 1941)
15) In 1938, hemp was called “the billion dollar crop”. It was the first crop to have business potential to bring in more than a billion dollars. (Popular Mechanics, February 1938)
16) Mechanical Engineering Magazine (February 1938) published an article called “The Most Profitable and Loved Crop You Can Grow”. It was argued that if hemp were grown with the knowledge of 20th century technology, it would be the largest crop in the US and around the world.
The following information comes straight from a 1942 14-minute video from the US Department of Agriculture, which encourages patriotic American farmers to grow 350,000 acres of hemp per year for war use:
“… [When] Greek temples were new, hemp had long been used to serve mankind. Then this plant was cultivated for ropes and fabrics for thousands of years in China and elsewhere in the east. For centuries until 1850, all ships in the western seas were equipped with hemp ropes and sails. Hemp was indispensable for the sailor, just like the executioner …
Now with Philippine and East Indian hemp in the hands of the Japanese… US hemp must meet the demand from our military and our navy and our industries… The rapidly diminishing reserves of the navy. When those run out, American hemp will come back into the picture to dock ships; hemp for lines; hemp for the equipment; hemp for countless nautical uses both on board and on shore. Just like in days gone by when the Ancient Ironsides gloriously sailed the seas with the veils and sails of hemp. Hemp for the win! ”
Investigator Jack Herer has found evidence in the Library of Congress of rebuttable claims by other government representatives that the 1942 video does not exist.
The cultivation of hemp and its production do not harm the environment. USDA Bulletin # 404, concluded that hemp produces four times the pulp with at least four to seven times less pollution.
From Popular Mechanics, February 1938:
“It was a short growing season… It can be grown in any state… The long roots shoot into the ground, leaving it in perfect condition for the next crop. The density of the leaves, 8-12 feet above the ground, chokes out weeds. … Hemp, this new crop can greatly enhance American agriculture. ”
The developments of the agricultural machinery in the 1930s would have started an industrial revolution if they were used in cannabis cultivation. This tool alone would have created millions of new jobs and thousands of quality products. Had hemp not been made illegal, it would have helped America out of the Great Depression.
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William Randolph Hearst (Citizen Kane) and Kimberly Clark’s Hearst Paper Manufacturing Division owned huge production forests. The Hearst Company supplied most of the paper products. Patty Hearst’s grandfather, a destroyer of nature for his own gain, would lose millions because of hemp.
In 1937, DuPont patented the process of turning oil and coal into plastic. DuPont’s annual report called on shareholders to invest in their new petrochemical division. Synthetic materials such as plastic, cellophane, cellulose, methanol, nylon, rayon, Dacron, etc., could now be made from oil. The industrialization of natural hemp would have ruined 80% of DuPont’s businesses.
Andrew Mellon became Hoovers secretary of finance and DuPont’s largest investor. He appointed his cousin by marriage, Harry J. Ansliger, as chief of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.
These financial greats held secret meetings. Hemp was declared dangerous and a threat to their billion dollar businesses. In order to safeguard their dynasties, hemp had to disappear. These men took an obscure, Mexican street word for hemp, “Marijuana” and pushed it into the consciousness of the Americans.
A wave of colored journalism hit the media in the late 1920s and 1930s. Hearst’s newspapers posted horror stories about marijuana. The threat of marijuana made headlines. Readers realized that it was responsible for everything; from car accidents to low morale.
Films like Reefer Madness (1936), Marijuana: Assassin of Youth (1935) and Marijuana: The Devils Weed (1936) were propaganda by these industrialists to create an enemy. The goal was to gain public support so that anti-marijuana laws would be passed.
Check out the following quotes from “The Burning Question”, also known as “Reefer Madness”:
– a violent drug
– shocking, violent behavior
– incurable insanity
– mind-destroying effects
– under the influence of this drug, he killed his entire family with an ax
– even more cruel and deadly than these mind-destroying drugs (heroin, cocaine) is the threat of marijuana
The movie “Reefer Madness” did not end with the usual “End” but with these words burned on the screen: “Tell your kids”.
In the 1930s people were very naive, to the point of ignorance. The masses waited like sheep until they were led by the few rulers. Authority was not disputed. If the news was in print or on the radio, it was assumed to be the truth. They told this to their children and their children became the parents of the baby boomers.
On April 14, 1937, the prohibitive Marijuana Taxation Act, or the law that made hemp illegal, was brought directly to the House’s Committee of Mediation and Passage. This committee is the only thing that can introduce a law to a House without other committees being able to debate it. The chair of the US Senate of the Conciliation and Transit Committee at the time was Robert Doughton, a supporter of DuPont. He assured the bill would be passed by Congress.
Dr. James Woodward, physician and attorney, testified too late before the American Medical Association. He told the committee that the reason the AMA did not respond earlier was because they had just found out that marijuana was hemp.
Only a few then realized that the deadly threat they had read on the front pages of Hearst’s newspapers was in fact about hemp. According to the AMA, hemp was a medicine that was in many medicines and had been sold like that for a hundred years.
In September 1937, hemp became illegal. The most useful crop known became a drug and our planet has been suffering ever since.
Congress has banned hemp, claiming it to be the most violent drug ever. Harry Anslinger, 31-year-old head of the Drugs Commission, aired the idea that marijuana users became extremely violent. In the 1950s, under the communist threat of McCarthyism, Anslinger said the exact opposite; marijuana makes a person so peaceful that soldiers don’t want to fight.
Today our planet is in big trouble. The earth is suffocating because large areas of rainforest disappear. Pollution, poisons and chemicals kill people. These big problems could be solved if we industrialize hemp. Natural biomass could provide all the energy needed for the earth instead of fossil fuels. We have used up 80% of our oil and gas reserves. We need a renewed resource. Hemp could be the solution to rising gas prices.
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Hemp fiber is of a higher quality than wood fiber. It takes less harsh chemicals to make paper from hemp than from trees. Hemp paper does not turn yellow and is very durable. The plant matures quickly in a season that requires trees for a lifetime.
All plastic products should be made from hemp seed oil. Hemp plastic is biodegradable! It breaks down over time and does not harm the environment. Oil-based plastic, which we know very well, is ruining the environment. It does not break down and does a lot of harm in the future. The process of producing large quantities of natural (hemp) plastic will not pollute the rivers as DuPont and other petrochemical companies have done. Ecology does not fit into the plans made by the oil industry and the political machine. Hemp products are safe and natural.
Medicines should be made from hemp. We should go back to the time when the AMA argued that cannabis is curative. Medical marijuana is legally distributed to a handful of people, while the rest are forced to fall back on a system that relies on chemicals. Weed is only healthy for the human body.
World hunger could be solved. A wide variety of foods can be made from hemp. The seeds contain one of the highest concentrations of proteins in nature. They also contain two important fatty acids to cleanse the body of cholesterol. These essential fatty acids cannot be found anywhere else in nature! Eating weed seeds is the best thing you can do for your body. Eat raw hemp seeds.
Clothing should be made from hemp. Hemp textiles are extremely strong and durable. You can hand over clothes made from hemp to your grandchildren. Today there are American companies that make clothing from hemp; usually 50% hemp. Hemp factories should be everywhere. Instead, most are just about underground. Superior hemp products are not allowed to advertise on fascist television.
In Kentucky, once the top hemp producing states, it is illegal to wear hemp clothing! Imagine being thrown in jail for wearing quality jeans.
The world is crazy.
But that doesn’t mean you have to follow the insanity. Come together. Spread the news. Tell people, including your children, the truth. Use hemp products. Eliminate the word “marijuana”. Realize that history created this. Make it politically incorrect to say or print the M word. Fight the propaganda (which serves the agenda of the super rich) and the nonsense. Hemp must be used in the future. We need a clean energy to save our planet. Industrialize hemp!
The alcohol, tobacco and oil companies contribute more than a million dollars a day to “Partnership for a Drug-Free America” and similar organizations. We’ve all seen their commercials. Their motto is “It’s more dangerous than we thought”. The lies of the powerful corporations that Hearst started with are still alive today.
The brainwashing continues. Now there are commercials: When you buy a joint, you sustain murders and gang wars. The last anti-weed commercial is: When you buy a joint, you maintain terrorism! The new enemy (terrorism) has paved the way to brainwash you however they want.
There is only one enemy: the friendly people you pay your taxes to, the warriors and the nature destroyers. With your money they kill the world in front of you.
Half a million people die from tobacco every year. Half a million people die of alcohol every year. No one has ever died from smoking weed !!
In all of human history, not a single death can be attributed to cannabis. Our society has made it illegal but encourages the use of killers: tobacco and alcohol.
Hemp should be rethought and available from drugstores as an anti-stress agent. Constriction and calcification of the blood vessels is bad, but using hemp dilates the blood vessels, which is a healthy condition. We have learned that smoking is bad. That is not the case with passive weed.
Incorporating THC (the active substance of hemp) has a positive effect: it relieves asthma and glaucoma. A joint counteracts nausea after chemotherapy. You can chew on hemp. This is a healthy state.
[A personal note from the writer. During my wife’s pregnancy, she had some problems gaining weight. We were in the hospital. A nurse took us aside and said: “Between us, if you smoke weed … you get a so-called binge and you gain some weight.” I swear this is a true story.]
The stereotype for a stoner is like an alcoholic, a scatterbrain. The truth is that a person’s creative qualities can grow under its influence. The sense of time slowly diminishes and one can become more sensitive. You can appreciate all kinds of art more, feel closer to nature, and generally feel more under the influence of cannabis. It is essentially an absolute opposite state of mind and body than when you are drunk. You can be more observant with weed.
Hemp is a strange plant. There is physical evidence that cannabis does not resemble any plant on Earth. It could be concluded that the plant came here to serve humanity. Hemp is the only plant where the male and female plant are very different from the outside!
Nobody ever talks about male or female plants in the flora, because plants don’t show their gender. Except cannabis. Normally, to determine the sex of a (terrestrial) plant, one has to look internally at the DNA. A male blade of grass looks exactly the same as a female blade of grass. Hemp has an intense sexuality. Growers destroy the males before they can fertilize the females. Yes, dear people, the best weed comes from “horny women”.
(note from wve: with more plants and trees a clear distinction is made between male and female versions, also in connection with pollination for propagation)
The reason this amazing, highly developed, alien plant of the future is illegal has nothing to do with how it affects us physically.
Weed is illegal because the rich want to stay rich!
“And I will grow a plant for those who are renowned and there will be no more hunger in the land.” –Ezekiel 34:29.
PS I think the word “drugs” should be used as a word for all chemicals. Drugs has gotten a bad name.
Do you know there are legal drug stores ?!
In every place they are. Incredible. Each so-called drug (drug) should be viewed separately.
(Editor’s note: in English a “drug store” is a drugstore, just a different difference than in Dutch, drugstore comes from the same word. J.A.)
Cannabis is a medicine, not a drug. We should dare to speak the truth no matter what the law says.