“The more you can increase fear of drugs, crime, welfare mothers, immigrants and aliens, the more you control all of the people.” — Noam Chomsky – Don’t have to respect Chomsky to believe this meaning,

HEMP USES: Auto Parts, Animal Bedding & Human Bedding, Beer & Beverages, Biofuel, Body Care, Carpets, Cloth & Clothing, Construction, Equipment, Feed, Fibers, Food, Fuel, Injection Molding, Landscaping, Medicine, Paper, Plastics, Rope, Textiles & Yarn

Why such paranoia about Hemp? Answer: BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS CRIME SYNDICATE special interests FEARED HEMP would interfere with BIG OIL + BIG LUMBER + BIG PHARMA + BIG PLASTICS/CHEMICAL = ALL $BILLION SCAMS. This fear includes DuPont and other Syndicate MOB members, who panicked from the idea of losing $Billions in the 1930s, when hemp-fiber-stripping machines came on-line. THE ROTHSCHILDS MOB — DuPont had just patented a process for making plastics from oil and a more efficient process for making paper; Hearst newspapers, which owned vast timberlands; and Andrew Mellon, an oil and timber baron as well as partner and president of the Mellon Bank of Pittsburgh, DuPont’s chief financial backer all were terrified of HEMP! Before 1950s the United States allowed growing of hemp. But since 1950 no permits for growing hemp have been given out. It’s insane that growing Hemp is illegal, especially with all the concern about dirty energy pollution of the environment. The old “It smells like New Jersey” comes to mind. There been a federal statute outlawing the cultivation of hemp, but the DEA’s insistence that hemp is an illegal drug has created this scam against Americans and our quality of life. Other nations think America is foolish to restrict hemp growing and production because of its usefulness and zero impact on health and the environment.

4,500 BCE: China was the first in the world to cultivate and use hemp for making rope and fishnets. Today, China remains the world’s largest consumer and exporter of hemp seed, paper, and textiles.

1619 AD: First hemp law, enacted in Virginia, made it illegal for farmers NOT TO GROW HEMP.

1631 AD-1632 AD: Same law took effect in Massachusetts & than Connecticut.

1630 AD-1800 AD: Refusing to grow Hemp in America was against the law with prison as punishment

1750s AD: Hemp was the world’s leading crop when the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were drafted on hempen paper. During the Revolutionary War, our most formidable battleship, carried 60 tons of hempen sail and rope. Betsy Ross made the first American flag out of hempen “canvas,” a word derived from cannabis. Hemp clothing is a “glorified linen” but it doesn’t wrinkle, it holds up, and it just makes sense for the environment.” But the price is high because we can’t grow it America, it’s all imported. If we grew in America, like a cotton product it would keep more farmers in business. People who try out hemp clothing love it for its durability and its beauty. Fact: A crop of hemp is almost 2 TIMES as profitable as corn. Hemp farmers in Manitoba, Canada are legally making a great living growing hemp. In America today Family Farms are going bankrupt faster than ever before because agribusiness is taking over. Hemp offers the opportunity to turn a decent profit over alternative crops and it saves them money because it doesn’t need any chemicals or fertilizers to grow. “Industrial hemp is not marijuana, but rather a non-intoxicating plant that has been cultivated and used in a multitude of ways around the world for millennia. Prohibiting California farmers from growing this potentially highly profitable crop makes about as much botanical sense as prohibiting gardeners from growing poppies because one variety is the source of opium.” — Strom-Martin of California — Calling hemp and marijuana the same thing is like calling a rottweiler a poodle. They may both be dogs but they just aren’t the same thing. FACT: If you plant a hemp seed, then no substance or force on earth can turn it into marijuana. Hemp has been proven to be the “antimarijuana.”

1794 AD: “Make the most of hempseed and sow it everywhere.” — George Washington

1797 AD-1801 AD “We shall, by and by, want a world of hemp more for our own consumption.” — John Adams, U.S. President

1801 AD-1809 AD: “Hemp is of first necessity to the wealth & protection of the country.” — President Thomas Jefferson

1916 AD: US GOV Dept. of Agriculture predicted by 1940s all paper would be from hemp.

1930 AD: Nine years after President Warren Harding made him treasury secretary, Mellon created the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (the DEA’s precursor) and ensconced Harry Anslinger, the future husband of his niece, as its commissioner. Anslinger charged out after hemp, which he and the Hearst papers defined as a drug, using it interchangeably with the more sinister and less familiar term marihuana (later spelled “marijuana”). Anslinger and Hearst Media whipped up the public, and Congress to prohibitionist frenzy. Anslinger testified before the U.S. Senate that no less an authority than Homer had revealed that the plant “made men forget their homes and turned them into swine” and that a single joint could induce “homicidal mania” sufficient to cause a man “probably to kill his brother.” The Hearst papers claimed that under the influence of marihuana, “Negroes” transmogrified into crazed animals, playing anti-white, “voodoo satanic” music (jazz) and committing such crimes as stepping on white men’s shadows. The hype created an insatiable market for low-budget movies like Marihuana: Weed With Roots in Hell, posters for which featured a rendering of a man thrusting a hypodermic needle into a woman in a low-cut dress and which promised: “Weird orgies. Daring drug expose! Horror. Shame. Despair. Wild Parties. Unleashed Passions! Lust. Crime. Hate. Misery.” FACT: Industrial hemp contains less than 1% THC and anyone who might smoke it “would get a headache rather than a high, due to its high cannabidiol (CBD) and low THC content.”

1937 AD: Emerging from the hoopla was the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937, which made no chemical distinction between hemp and marijuana. It was all “cannabis,” but the smokeable parts – the leaves and flowers – were taxed at $100 an ounce, effectively outlawing them. Had marijuana been the real target, Anslinger would have dispatched his agents to the border of New Mexico, where the drug was coming in. Instead, he unleashed them on the newly expanded hemp fields of Minnesota and Illinois, swaddling farmers in red tape, busting them if a leaf remained on a stalk, running them out of business.

1938 AD: Popular Mechanics said Hemp would be the first USA crop to be a ’Billion Dollar Crop.’

1940s AD: Before World War II began Japan occupied the Philippines, which cut off America hemp supply and American hemp farmers got a reprieve as America’s supply of “Manila hemp” – not true hemp but an excellent fiber for rope, boots, uniforms, and parachute cording was cut off. The Feds quickly did an about-face and encouraged Americans to be patriotic and grow “hemp” and the FEDS stop calling Hemp “marijuana.” The Department of Agriculture even produced a promotional film entitled Hemp for Victory, featuring footage of workers harvesting hemp in Kentucky to a rendition of My Old Kentucky Home. With no change in federal law, some 400,000 acres were planted to hemp, the stalks of which were processed by 42 hemp mills built by the War Hemp Industries Corporation. After the war, with the synthetic fiber industry booming, Anslinger and the Rothchilds Crime Syndicate resumed their witch-hunt against HEMP virtually unopposed.

1941 Henry Ford Hemp car is the world’s first vehicle made out of HEMP

1941 AD: Henry Ford experimented with a Hemp-car using Hemp-based Biofueled & included upholstery. Henry Ford preached, “Why use up the forests, which were centuries in the making, and the mines, which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forests and mineral products in the annual growth of the (HEMP) fields?” Ford, had a vision of “growing automobiles from the soil,” even producing all auto body parts partially made with hemp.

1950s AD: And before the United States allowed growing of hemp. But since 1950 no permits for growing hemp have been given out. I think it’s insane that growing Hemp is illegal, especially with all the concern about dirty energy pollution of the environment. The old “It smells like New Jersey” comes to mind. There been a federal statute outlawing the cultivation of hemp, but the DEA’s insistence that hemp is an illegal drug has created this scam against Americans and our quality of life. Other nations think America is foolish to restrict hemp growing and production.

1957 AD: America’s last legal hemp field was planted in Wisconsin.

1996 AD: The North American Industrial Hemp Council (NAIHC) was founded that included growers, scientists, industrialists, and environmentalists whose mission is the decriminalization of hemp.

1997 AD: The Forest Service’s lab in Madison, Wisconsin, published an analysis demonstrating not only that hemp could be profitable for farmers but also that Wisconsin’s entire demand for chlorine-bleached, wood-based writing paper could be met with hemp. The Federal forced the lab to withdraw the report.

1999 AD: Hemp products are not illegal and in 1999 Hemp was a $125 Million industry, but all raw hemp to make products ABSURDLY had to be imported, because growing hemp is illegal in America.

1999 AD: Hemp and Cannabis sativa is a low-maintenance crop that can be used in paper, clothing, rope, clothing, many car parts, many home products and is grown legally in 32 other countries. So why is hemp still illegal in the United States? China has been growing it for at least 6,000 years. It is said to be more versatile than the soybean, the cotton plant and the Douglas fir combined. And, “it grows like Jack’s beanstalk with minimal tending.” Hemp won’t get you high like its look-alike marijuana. But California made it a crime to grow HEMP – Anyone cultivating hemp risks criminal prosecution. “The legislators who originally crafted federal anti-marijuana laws never intended to restrict hemp, but regulatory practice blurred the distinction between hemp and marijuana. If the war on drugs were really about reducing supply, drug controllers would be promoting hemp. I think it’s insane that it’s illegal and that America is the only country that’s backward enough to equate hemp with marijuana. This state of affairs could be reversed – with no need to legalize marijuana – if the distinction based on scientifically measurable THC content were upheld in the enforcement of existing laws.” — John W. Roulac.

1999 AD: The DEA seized a Kenex trailer bringing in 40,000 pounds of hemp birdseed from Canada, alleging it was a “Schedule 1 narcotic.” Seventeen other loads of hemp products, including granola bars and horse bedding, were recalled. Kenex was threatened with a $500,000 fine and their president said, “It seems the DEA could be spending drug-war money in better ways than chasing after birdseed and horse bedding.” In America there never has been a federal statute outlawing the cultivation of hemp, just the DEA’s insistence that hemp is an illegal drug. Law enforcement officials in other countries harbor no such fantasies. Hemp is lawfully grown in 32 nations (including England-UK), and in the European Union it’s a subsidized crop as it rebuilds depleted soil. It is not practical to distill hemp’s THC or separate it from the cannabidiol that neutralizes it, but Americans are so afraid of hemp that they even want to prevent people from wearing it.

TODAY: In places like Germany and Canada, hemp is being used more and more now in the auto industry for interior parts. Fiber glass, door panels, carpet and dashboards can all be replaced with hemp. Hemp is “cheaper, recyclable, weighs less, is non-toxic and is much more energy-efficient.” It can replace hydrocarbons from poisonous oil that pollutes the atmosphere and water. America’s war on hemp seems to be flagging under a counterattack of reason. Legislation to effect or encourage hemp’s declassification as an illegal drug has been introduced or attempted in Colorado, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Tennessee, Vermont, and Virginia.

TODAY: Even beer and beverages are made from Hemp Seed – Hempen Ale and Hempen Gold beer is made in Frederick, Maryland but no high other than from the alcohol – Zero THC that makes pot so popular. Hemp shampoo by a Laboratory in Beverly Hills, California, restores dry and damaged hair. Hemp can produce superb paper and construction materials lighter and stronger than lumber, but it is illegal to grow in America. Hemp paper is naturally bright, but wood-based paper pulp turns brown during the cooking process. The pulp is then bleached with chlorine, which, when released into the environment, produces dioxin and other poisons. Hemp fibers can be woven into cotton or other cloths to make them more durable and comfortable. Cotton is far more difficult to grow and process and requires chemicals fertilizers, insecticides, and herbicides. Hemp, which grows stronger than weeds, requires no herbicides killing unwanted insects and nematodes. FACT: Hemp farms produce twice as much fiber per acre as an average forest, so American farmers would prosper and our forests would not be so quickly depleted with non-sustainable logging. Plus hemp re-nourishes the soil for other crops when used in crop rotation as done in England and Hungary. Hemp can replace nearly everything that NON-GROWABLE OIL & COAL hydrocarbons offer.

TODAY: CURRENT ANTI-HEMP PROPAGANDA WIZARD is Glenn Levant — Rothschilds Crime MOB well-funded ANTI-HEMP & ANTI-Marijuana LIAR says Hempen Ale or beer is an internal-external marijuana orgy. Levant is president and founder of Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE), a 16-year-old program taught by local police in 75 percent of the nation’s schools. “Hemp is marijuana,” he LIES and implies it is like opium! Levant even gets UPTIGHT about the Hemp shampoo and complains about their hemp-leaf logo on shampoo ads at bus stops around southern California calling the shampoo an illegal substance – Simply amazing what people will resort to for money. On July 1, 1999, he paid the shampoo company an undisclosed sum to settle a lawsuit it had filed against him for making what it called “false and malicious public comments” about its product and motives.


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