Tuesday, February 9, 2010


Cannabis is both unique and essential, beyond the rightful jurisdiction of any court.

Nutritionally and for several other reasons, Cannabis is not illegal -- it's essential. Rightful jurisdiction over Cannabis has never been truly legal, because hemp is too valuable a natural resource to entrust to economically corruptible governments.

Cannabis is the only rotational crop that produces a complete food and organic, sustainable biofuels from the same harvest. This reverses the threat of food insecurity and malnutrition commonly associated with agricultural production of biofuels.

A "strategic food resource" cannot concurrently also be a "Schedule One drug." The former is critical to national security while the other has no beneficial use whatsoever.

Drugs don't make seeds, herbs do. "Every herb bearing seed" and "every green herb" was given to us by the Creator of All. The First amendment to the U.S. Constitution legally protects our spiritual connection to agriculture.

Executive Orders have been signed by six U.S. Presidents, identifying hemp as a strategic food resource.

Cannabis produces 58 monoterpenes that rise into the atmosphere, where they block solar radiation and seed cloud formation.