Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The Zillion Dollar Deception

The true costs and harms of the so-called "drug war" are environmentally, economically, morally and socially immeasurable. Misdirection, away from natural values by corporately corrupted media and the inertial extinctionism of obsolete "Gaiacidal" industries, is too obvious to merely point out any longer.

Time is the limiting factor in the equation of survival. "Our forefathers didn't die for the freedom to complain."(1) Ending prohibition of industrial Cannabis hemp is critical to national security and global integrity. "Essential civilian demand" is the most direct way to achieve that. (3, 4, 5)

Through prohibition, a critical "Gaiatherapeutic" evolutionary direction has been obstructed by blatant fraud. Mankind is morally bankrupt in practicing proportionate gratitude for the miracle of life, honoring a balanced Natural Order. It's obvious that the shift in values must return to respect for Nature, inclusive of appreciation for Cannabis, because extinction is so predictable and proximate.

At what point do the people recognize the severity of the consequences of inaction? How many will stand together for Mother Nature and say, We do not allow the government to invade nor industry to pollute our sacred gardens?

There is no unemployment on a hemp farm. There is no hunger or war on a hemp farm. That is what we the world's oldest global culture, has always chosen, and now choose again; Without asking permission that will never come from an obsolete, valueless, corrupted, armed & dangerous bureaucracy.

Regarding U.S. currency: Keep your toxic dollars. By "essential civilian demand" We the People have our local, regional and statewide currencies, based in Cannabis hemp and other garden and farm products. We can grow our own food and fuel, herbal therapeutics, paper, cloth and building materials. We can export peace through organic, non-GMO agriculture, using hemp sacks, using hemp fuels to farm and spread around to the other people in the world who can't survive without it.

The government is fired. Failure to acknowledge the true value, and lying about Cannabis in so many ways is high treason. As recently as World War Two, hemp was revived as a "strategic resource." (5,6,7,8,9)And ever has it been that valuable to the integrity of the Earth. (10)

The only common seed with three essential fatty acids, the best vegetable proteins in abundance, producing complete nutrition and sustainable biofuels from the same harvest, producing an abundance of atmospheric "monterpenes" to heal the increasing UV-B radiation, purify the water, protect the harvest and prevent illness. The arguments and evidence in favor of ending Cannabis prohibition exceed whatever rationale might be presumed necessary to making the critically needed changes --immediately and peacefully.

It begins with a shift in human values and a commitment to the truth. Full realization that Cannabis agriculture ecology, manufacture and trade are unique and essential to mankind's future existence on this planet is a critical step. Once humans have the choice to value peace over synergistic collapse, then the prohibition of Cannabis turns to treason.

Read the DEA's fraudulent "clarification" of hemp in the Federal Register for the past ten years. This obvious masterpiece of misanthropy is the thin and deadly lie that has cut the throat of a proportionate, potent, agricultural response to climate change, planet detoxification, peaceful energy production, malnutrition and food insecurity.

With hemp in the soil, not one more tree will need to be cut down for paper. Not one more soldier will have to die for oil. Not one more child will have to go hungry. How soon is too soon to end the most obvious lie? Prohibition is over. Release all Cannabis prisoners and federal detainees, starting with Reverend Roger Christie. (13)



1. Quote: Rick Paul Springer, ("Excuse me Mr. President", Broken Eagle Press, Arcata, Caifornia Republic. ...love, wherever you are brother...

2. DEA Clarifies Status of Hemp in the Federal Register

Title 44 - Emergency Management and Assistance,
§ 334.6 Department and agency responsibilities. (f)


5. William J. Clinton Executive Order 12919 - June 3, 1994
National Defense Industrial Resources Preparedness

6. Franklin D. Roosevelt Executive Order 9280 - December 5, 1942
Delegating Authority Over the Food Program.

7. Harry S. Truman Executive Order 10161 - September 9, 1950
Delegating Certain Functions of the President Under the Defense Production Act of 1950

8. Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Order 10480-- August 14, 1953
Further providing for the administration of the defense mobilization program

9. John F. Kennedy Executive Order 10998 - February 16, 1962

10. Richard Nixon Executive Order 11490 - October 28, 1969 -Assigning Emergency Preparedness Functions to Federal Departments and Agencies

11. Holy Bible, King James version. Genesis 1:29-31 "And God said, "Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed...and every green herb..."

12. The First Amendment
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

13. The Last Marijuana Trial

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Fraudulent valuation of a "strategic resource" by the DEA amounts to a "misprision of treason"

Ten years of tax-funded treason is long enough. The following misinformation has been on-line for ten years, come October 2011. Bold type designates the falsehoods and intentionally misleading definition of Cannabis "hemp" by the DEA.

DEA Clarifies Status of Hemp in the Federal Register, October 9, 2001

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) today announced rules to clarify the legal status of “hemp” products. “Hemp” is part of the cannabis plant, which is also known as marijuana. * The rules published in today’s edition of the Federal Register explain the circumstances under which “hemp” products are subject to control under federal law.

“Hemp” and marijuana are actually separate parts of the species of plant known as cannabis.* Under federal law, Congress defined marijuana to focus on those parts of the cannabis plant that are the source of tetrahydrocannabinols (THC). THC is the hallucinogenic* substance in marijuana that causes the psychoactive effect or “high.” The marijuana portions of the cannabis plant include the flowering tops (buds), the leaves, and the resin of the cannabis plant. The remainder of the plant — stalks and sterilized seeds — is what some people refer to as “hemp.”* However, “hemp” is not a term that is found in federal law.*

DEA Administrator Asa Hutchinson stated that “many Americans do not know that hemp and marijuana are both parts of the same plant and that hemp cannot be produced without producing marijuana.”

While most of the THC in cannabis plants is concentrated in the marijuana, all parts of the plant, including hemp, have been found to contain THC. The existence of THC in hemp is significant because THC, like marijuana, is a schedule I controlled substance. Federal law prohibits human consumption and possession of schedule I controlled substances. In addition, they are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration for medical use.

The rules that DEA is publishing today explain which hemp products are legal and which are not. This will depend on whether the product causes THC to enter the human body. If the product does cause THC to enter the human body, it is an illegal substance that may not be manufactured, sold, or consumed in the United States. Such products include “hemp” foods and beverages that contain THC.

If, however, the product does not cause THC to enter the human body, it is a noncontrolled substance that may lawfully be sold in the United States. Included in the category of lawful hemp products are textiles, such as clothing made using fiber produced from cannabis plant stalks. Also in the lawful category are personal care products that contain oil from sterilized cannabis seeds, such as soaps, lotions, and shampoos.

In issuing these rules, DEA has attempted to strike a fair balance between protecting the health and safety of all Americans and accommodating legitimate industry."


And with that, the intractable lead agency sitting arrogantly at the head of a monumentally counter-productive "drug war" slams the lid on the world's most valuable agricultural resource, obviating the possibility of Cannabis farming and gardening in the United States and much of the world, where it could do a lot of good.

The truth is that the psychoactive strains of Cannabis are known as 'marijuana.' There are more than 400 active compounds in marijuana that work synergistically to afford unique and essential therapeutic benefit with a high degree of safety. Nutritionally, Cannabis is the only common seed with three essential fatty acids and is the best available source of organic vegetable protein on Earth. There is no THC in the seeds of either strain of Cannabis.

"Hemp" refers to the low-THC strains of Cannabis that contain very little THC compared to the marijuana strains. Hemp and marijuana are distinct, with very different cultivation methods used to grow very different crops.

There is no measurable THC in the steam distilled essential oils of hemp, yet this tremendously therapeutic and useful substance is still prohibited in the U.S.. For example, cannabinoids found in hemp have been shown to be as effective in treating breast cancer as chemotherapy with much less trauma inflicted on the patient.

Contrary to the published statement by the DEA, the term "hemp" is used to identify a "strategic food resource" in six Executive Orders signed by Presidents Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Nixon and Clinton.

Misrepresenting a "strategic food resource" as a "Schedule One drug" is a threat to national security, imposing scarcity on critically important domestic agricultural production.

Global "Essential Civilian Demand"

Shall we quit playing games about the legitimacy of Cannabis prohibition?

Since the bees & bats & krill & amphibians & coral &... are dying, can we all at least 'intellectually' agree and openly recognize? that organic, non-GMO Cannabis agriculture and gardening are BOTH unique and essential (nutritionally, ecologically, industrially); therefore beyond the rightful, i.e. morally accountable jurisdiction of any court.

Of course, an unaccountable chemically-based economic system installs morally bankrupt courts to shape the character of what's allowed by law. Since the numbers of people who want to end the so-called "drug war" all around the US and the world are now solidly in the majority; and because the economic inertia not to end prohibition is so dangerous, obvious and predictable; then the question is: "Do humans have the ability to over-rule a dysfunctional court system, through coordinate "Global Civilian Demand" for Cannabis?"

Sufficient historical precedent and legal purchase exists to put the current corporate outlaw political regime out of the money business, with digitally coordinated recognition of the simple polar shift in human values that has already spread to the majority: Cannabis isn't illegal, it's essential. Ecologically, nutritionally, and industrially.

We have nothing to fear but the atmosphere itself. Time is the limiting factor in the equation of survival. Drugs don't make seeds, herbs do.

"Every herb bearing seed...and every green herb" are immediately beyond the rightful jurisdiction of any court IF WE CHOOSE, AS A SPECIES, TO SURVIVE. Certainly the freedom to farm is far beyond the rightful authority of the economically corrupted and unobjective US courts that refuse to uphold our own Constitution and international treaties which we've signed.

In the US and in international courts, an uncompromising legal action against the DEA is needed, reclaiming freedom for sincere Cannabis spirituality under protection of the First Amendment (recognizing the ancient traditional connections between agriculture and spirituality clearly, emphatically articulated in Genesis 1:29); charges of "fraud" and "misprision of treason"; applying "substantive due process" and "strict scrutiny" are all that are needed to end Cannabis prohibition globally.

And we must. Spring 2012 we must be ready to "sow hemp everywhere" or miss the opportunity to recover from our accelerating trajectory into extinctionistic UV-B radiation levels.

Accounting for Cannabis

The wave is finally breaking. The critical polar shift in values is "hempening." The revolution for the Earth is in your mind.

What's more valuable, a seed or a bullet? In one is contained the death of a miracle. The other holds the miracle of life energy in suspension, waiting for rain, sun, and perhaps a loving hand.

Cannabis is no more illegal than the moon. Prohibition makes co-conspirators of the birds. Arrest the Earth then for we (the contemporary generation of the most ancient Cannabis culture) are of it.

I shudder to think where we are headed if we do not initiate a proportionate agricultural response to "global broiling" by increasing UV-B radiation. Already the symptoms of imbalance and degeneration are everywhere.

No one is flying the plane. There is no credible, uncorrupted leadership available. Maybe Ron Paul, Ralph Nader, Dennis Kucinich, Gary Johnson...but in the immediate present, we lack political accountability to the point of a quiet, effective, global revolution in values.

And there doesn't need to be. We all just have to agree that survival is more important than government. Trusting in the ancient operating systems of the planet, we find our way back to "Gaiatherapeutic" relationship with our Mother the Earth.

Everything that harms the Earth must be stopped immediately, particularly if it is chemical-based industry. The boreal forests need to be protected, and sprayed with monoterpenes, not cut. We need "farmies" not armies. I pray that the legitimate ancestoral relationship between mankind and agriculture will not be violated further than it has, and the intelligence of the majority has been tried beyond accountability.

This is the rational, peaceful, educated, thoughtful navigator of the aircraft we are all riding on telling you that we don't have another growing season to waste. If humans do not wish to be broiled to death by UV-B radiation and the toxic stew we are creating through buying energy we can make for ourselves, then we must make the shift from Cannabis is illegal, to Cannabis is essential before next Spring 2012.

The polar shift in values will lead to more monoterpenes in the atmosphere, more complete nutrition, regional food security, and eventually an end to armed aggression. Changing what's valuable from petroleum to Cannabis is the wild card that we must play now. Support "essential civilian demand" for "every herb bearing seed" "of first necessity to the wealth and protection of the country."

Adopting the Jeffersonian valuation of hemp is the obvious choice. How many more Fukashimas will it take? Or Gulf disasters? or violent storms, volcanic explosions, intensifying earthquakes? Environmental outlaws must at least be stopped. In the present conditions of environmental emergency, if an industry doesn't actively heal the planet, it has no meaningful positive value.

The sooner people start planting hemp "everywhere" as George Washington advised, the better our children's chances for survival. The money you hold now is only as valuable as you make it by spending it on a worthwhile idea. Ending Cannabis prohibition by a simple shift in values is the most valuable idea on the planet for the greatest number of people.

Anyone who fails to acknowledge the true value of Cannabis hemp agriculture, historically and scientifically revered as a "strategic resource" "of first necessity to the wealth and protection of the country" is guilty of "misprision of treason," the failure to act in the interest of national security.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Ending Cannabis prohibition is the top priority: Trusting for help.

Though I understand it is considered a sign of wisdom, the hardest thing for me to do is to ask for help. I am weakened by a prideful streak that equates neediness with personal failure. I am trusting openly now for help in continuing to call for the complete and immediate end to prohibition of Cannabis, without limit or further bureaucratic interference.

If this is a vision that you share, then please consider that helping me helps you to help everyone to live a better way. A way without chemicals, a way without radiation, a way without war. Cannabis offers real solutions, but time is the limiting factor.

Ending Cannabis prohibition begins with a solid commitment to historical and scientific proof of the truth, that "Cannabis is unique and essential." Our species has been making a critical mistake in values for far too long, choosing chemicals and GMOs and wars, believing we don't have any alternatives available.

Well, we do. Recognizing the true value of the world's most nutritious, useful, ecologically essential agricultural resource is the window of opportunity we are missing as it closes.

If my observations regarding the Cannabis plant are true and of real value, then I am learning to trust that the information will be supported, better than I can imagine for myself. I trust with all of my heart that is true. The ability to continue has been an often deeply strenuous test of an exhaustible energy and clarity of focus. Some have called it a strength, but there are weaknesses built into it. If you can help, I trust you will.

Time is obviously running out for us to recover balance. Under present conditions, the boreal regions will not grow back and will most likely die out altogether. To put it bluntly, presently we are on a one-way ride to radioactive, chemically saturated hell. Ending Cannabis prohibition is the top priority.