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Anonymous Continues Operation Cannabis

I received the following e-mail that is very important for all TWB readers to look at. Please follow @Anonymous_Nuke or @Anonijuana on Twitter for more details:

Attention individual people, governments, companies and fellow Anons!
We are Anonymous and we have an important message for you:

There is a plant, which is probably the most versatile plant on our planet: Cannabis (Hemp)
You may know people who are ill of cancer or died because of it. Cancer patients often have excruciating pain because of their illness. With a cannabinoid they wouldn’t have to endure such needless pain and 9 times out of 10 (for a running total of over 1,500) cannabinoids stopped the growth of tumors, CURED CANCER and caused T-Cells to return to normal levels. Furthermore there are approaches for treatment methods for Anorexia and AIDS with the cannabinoid THC. Also Cachexia can be treated with Nabilone. There’s is no end of positive effects for Cannabis as a medicine: Multiple sclerosis, Tourette syndrome, ADD/ADHD, insomnia and so on. Cannabis has been found to cure the sick and we at Anonymous feel that the earth is sick and that we, as a collective, MUST seek cures for its problems! We have found that the cannabis plant has been persecuted and outlawed when it should be promoted and researched! Cannabis itself is not the criminal but rather those that try to hide its known benefits are the criminals! Cannabis not only has medical benefits but it can be used in a majority of other ways! Our founding fathers knew enough about this miracle plant and even wrote the Declaration of Independence on cannabis paper! So why are we, in our technologically advanced state, not using cannabis to its full potential?!

As mentioned before, cannabis is very versatile; it can be used for food, too. For Example the Seeds include many vitamin B. Hempsoup, Hempbutter and other food made of hemp is very healthy!

For the industry it’s even more valuable because cannabis is a good isolator. Cannabis can also be used for the production of plastic varieties, which value is comparable to the value of steel. On top of that Hemp is a renewable resource and fully biodegradable, so there is no damage to the environment.

And quite obviously, Cannabis is used as marijuana for smoking. Many people from all social classes are smoking marijuana. It’s a drug like caffeine, alcohol or tobacco, and all people know about the risks, which are arguably less. In fact cannabis has been shown to prevent the onset of cancer, even just by smoking it.

So the only question would be: Why aren’t we legalizing marijuana? Currently, a large part of marijuana-sales is in the hands of criminal organizations all around the world and due to strict drug laws these criminals profit even more.

So we demand a full legalization of Cannabis; Good for the population, the fight against crime and the world.

We ask for you to start concentrating on your local marijuana initiatives and voting in support of legalizing this plant! The ONLY reason this plant is illegal is because it can be grown by anyone therefore it is a major threat to all captains of industry that would lose money if it were legal! This monopoly has to end and the cannabis plants true potential needs to be explored!

We are Anonymous
We are Legion
We do not forgive
We do not forget
Expect us

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  1. The reason we are not legalizing cannabis is because the U. S. wrote, championed and continues to use the United Nations Single Convention on Narcotics to interfere with the rights of people all over the world. The SCN requires that mamber nations enact and enforce prohibition laws, which is why the U. S. has the Controlled SUbstances Act. These two laws, the SNC and CSA together, are the core reason that the federal governmnet will not permit any form of legalization.The ONLY exemption in the SNC, used to advantage by countries such as Spain and Portugal, is if there is a fundamental conflict with the constitution of any member country.The ONLY way we will EVER see legalization is either through the defeat of the SNC (not going to happen). OR – through a FEDERAL Constitutional Amendment recognizing the basic human right to cannabis.If only takes 67% of states to propose an amendment. Just about the number of states with an initiative process. It only takes 75% to ratify an amendment. A people/state driven constitutional amendment could not be blocked by congres, the president or even the Supreme Court.Should such an amendment be passed, it would be the first of the string of dominoes to world cannabis liberation. How would any other country maintain prohibition if the very country that wrote the SNC render it moot? No other country would maintain prohibition that would be so unjust that the main country driving prohibtion gave themselves and exemption.

  2. War on drugs revealed as total hoax – US military admits to guarding, assisting lucrative opium trade in Afghanistan
    Wednesday, November 16, 2011 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
    Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/034289_Afghanistan_opium_trade.html#ixzz1pcEeGZvM

  3. Hemp is absolutely one of the most valuable resources yet waiting to be fully developed!

    * Hemp can provide us with most of our needs; clean burning bio-fuels (due to the rapid growth cycle, requiring less land than corn); Hemp foods (arguably the most nutritious food-source on the planet and presently one of the hottest health food trends in North America); clothing fibers; healthy cooking oils; paper; building materials (from a musical instrument to the body of a stealth bomber) It’s even stronger than cement at one sixth the weight. – You don’t need fertilizers or chemicals to grow hemp. And there is absolutely no part of the hemp plant that cannot be easily utilized.

    * While the United States is one of the few industrialized nations on the planet to prohibit it’s farmers from growing Hemp, China has become the world’s largest producer (75% of world production) and the biggest exporter of hemp derived textile and paper products.

    * World trade for hemp seed, hemp oil, hemp fiber, textiles and other products of this amazing resource are rapidly expanding. The United States, as a consumer but not a producer of hemp, is one of the very few nations not profiting – similar to what happened in soviet Russia, the apparatchiks of the DEA are dictating to US farmers what they may, or may not, grow.

       “It is impolitic. The fact well established in the system of agriculture is that the best hemp and the best tobacco grow on the same kind of soil. The former article is of first necessity to the commerce and marine, in other words to the wealth and protection of the country. The latter, never useful and sometimes pernicious, derives its estimation from caprice, and its value from the taxes to which it was formerly exposed. The preference to be given will result from a comparison of them: Hemp employs in its rudest state more labor than tobacco, but being a material for manufactures of various sorts, becomes afterwards the means of support to numbers of people, hence it is to be preferred in a populous country.”
    – Thomas Jefferson, Farm Journal (16 March 1791)

       “What was done with the seed saved from the India Hemp last summer? It ought, all of it, to have been sewn again; that not only a stock of seed sufficient for my own purposes might have been raised, but to have disseminated the seed to others; as it is more valuable than the common Hemp.”
     – George Washington, Writings of Washington, Vol. 35, pg. 72

    * Until the 1880s, 80% of all textiles and fabrics used for clothing, tents, bed sheets, rugs, drapes, quilts, towels, diapers, etc., and even the flag, “Old Glory,” were principally made from hemp fibers. Additionally, hemp, due to its extreme durability and color-fastness, was used for 80% of all paper in the world, including Bibles, newspapers, maps, paper money, stocks and bonds, etc.

    * The paintings of Van Gogh, Gainsborough, Rembrandt, etc., were primarily painted on hemp canvas, as were practically all canvas paintings of that period.

    * In one year alone (1935), 116 million pounds (58,000 tons*) of hempseed were used in America just for paint and varnish.

    * Until 1937 an estimated 80% of all rope, twine, and cordage was made from hemp.

    * All American farmers were legally bound to grow hemp during the Colonial Era and Early Republic.

    *** At the cusp of an impending Hemp renaissance, the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 – which effectively made the cultivation of hemp illegal – was due largely to the efforts of the following businessmen/entities:

    Andrew Mellon – As chairman of the Mellon Bank he was Dupont’s primary investor and treasurer (1921-1932). He was also responsible for the appointment, in 1930, of his future nephew-in-law, Harry J. Anslinger, as head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN).

    William Randolph Hearst – Competition from hemp was a threat to Hearst’s paper-manufacturing company, and he believed that hemp’s renaissance would also significantly lower the value of his land (enormous timber acreage in both California and Mexico, and best suited for conventional pulp). He used his publishing empire (28 newspapers in 18 key American cities with an estimated 20 million readers) to run stories claiming that marijuana was responsible for everything from murder to loose morality. 

    The DuPont family – In 1935, two years before the prohibitive hemp tax act, DuPont developed a new synthetic fiber, nylon, a direct competitor to hemp in the textile and cordage industries. DuPont was also in the process of patenting a new sulfuric acid process for producing wood-pulp paper. According to the company’s own records, wood-pulp products accounted for more than 80% of all DuPont’s railroad car loadings for the next 50 years. 

    For their billion dollar dynasties to remain intact, these unconscionable tycoons decided that hemp had to go. Taking an obscure Mexican slang word, “marihuana,” they vehemently tarnished the good image and phenomenal history of one of God’s most loving gifts to humanity. Undoubtably, one of their most effective tools was the use of Goebel-esque cinematography – Films like ‘Marihuana: Assassin of Youth’ (1935) ‘Marihuana: The Devil’s Weed’ (1936) and ‘Reefer Madness’ (1936). Using such underhanded tactics, these industrialists were able to swoon an unsuspecting American public into helping them completely kill off the competition.

       “Marihuana makes fiends of boys in thirty days : Hashish goads users to bloodlust.” 
        – Hearst newspapers, nationwide, circa 1936. 

    Hearst’s company slogan, BTW, was: Truth, Justice, and Public Service! 

    Let’s put our foolish reefer-madness behind us; let’s make commercial hemp, once again, the greatest economic engine of the human race!

  4. We are gathering signatures for the California Cannabis Hemp and Health Initiative (CCHHI) 2012 written by the late great Jack Herer,the author of “the Emperor Wears No Clothes”!
    The CCHHI 2012 relegalizes Cannabis Hemp and allows farmers to grow the Cannabis Hemp plant as the premiere natural renewable resource on Earth! Hemp is the Earth’s number one resource for :paper,fiber,fuel,paint,plastic,protein,medicine ,essential fatty acids,and relaxation!
    Help us place this historic initiative on the ballot! We have until June 2,2012 to put the CCHHI 2012 on the 2014 ballot! We need 800,000 registered voters to safely place this on he ballot!
    Hemp was banned in 1937 by the 1% in the
    name of corporate gain! It is time we take the power-Hemp-back from the 1%! We can generate hundred of billions of dollars through the Relegalization of Cannabis Hemp!
    Please check out our website: http://www.cchhi2012.org also http://www.youthfederation.com

  5. There are troops on the ground already gathering signatures to Re-Legalize cannabis hemp. CCHHI 2012 does exactly that, help us by gathering signatures or by donating whatever you can spare. Cannabis hemp can save our Economy and our planets environment. Get involved today !

    —–> http://www.cchhi2012.org/

  6. I am diagnosed with Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) – the below are my personal efforts to get established research publicized – Dr Ide’s work, at Western Michigan,  has the potential to propel the Medical Marijuana issue into the forefront of treatment for neurodegenerative disease !

    I wrote to Dr Ide:

    Sir – please excuse my forwardness in contacting you – this probably can be answered by one of your assistants

    I am diagnosed with MSA – under the care of Dr Stephen Grill (Assoc Prof @ Hopkins and a Fellow @ NIH) and his partner Dr Savit, who specializes in Ataxia) – I provide you with this info only to assure you of my efforts to find some out-of-the-box are not without merit – anyway, after corespondence with Dr Rimmerman in Israel (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21533611) – “The non-psychoactive plant cannabinoid, cannabidiol affects cholesterol metabolism-related genes in microglial cells” – she, in turn, steered me to Dr Eathen Russo, who is currently testing Sativex for GW Pharma – I then was introduced by Dr Rimmerman to Dr Ewa Kozela who went through her research notes and suggested I contact  Dr Jeffrey Hergenrather in  Calif (I have not yet received a response)

    I am trying to find anyone who is following up on Dr Rimmerman’s research or the Spain project ( http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22342378) 
    “Cannabinoids ameliorate disease progression in a model of multiple sclerosis in mice, acting preferentially through CB(1) receptor-mediated anti-inflammatory effects”

    If you could forward any information I would greatly appreciate it.

    Respectfully, Tom Fitzgerald

     
     Dr Ide responded:

    Dear Tom,
    Thanks so much for your note.  My lab has been characterizing inflammatory response elements in MSA pons and cerebellum from tissues obtained from the NY Brain Bank at Columbia University.  The work you cite in your note is highly relevant to what we are seeing in the MSA brain, and I am excited about the possibility that the drugs mentioned in the articles might be applicable to MSA.  I am a PhD, not an MD, so I focus on basic research and am not involved in the clinical side, but we will be publishing some abstracts this summer that define a rather profound neural inflammatory response in MSA that has, to date, not been fully described.  I am hoping that this will help clinicians consider treating MSA from an immune, if not autoimmune perspective.  
    Best wishes to you,
    Chuck Ide
    ________________________________________________________________________________

    Even well respected facilities like the Mayo Clinic is recognizing the need for the Federal Government to clarify laws to allow research utilizing cannabis.

    http://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(11)00021-8/fulltext

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