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So, let me see………we can test deadly vaccines on them by force, expose them to burn pits, douse them with agent orange and depleted uranium, contaminate the water they drink, build bases on top of toxic dump sites and never tell them they are being steadily poisoned…..but they have to be careful about marijuana????  We can send them into illegal wars of aggression where they can be severely injured or killed and then bring them home and do everything we can to make sure they either get a, 

a) no access to VA benefits and care or,

b) subject them to more deadly vaccines, psychotropic drugs in massive doses

c) if all else fails, use electroshock on them to subdue them and shut them up.

Have I got all of this right?  Just want to make sure I understand that weed is far more dangerous (sarc) than what has been done by the government and military to our veterans or what we plan to do to them under the label of “care”.

Cured: A Cannabis Story

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The real reason the government doesn’t want us to have this medicine.

There is no profit in it, and it actually works.

 

Antineoplastic activity of cannabinoids

Marijuana – Reefer Madness or Cure-all?

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By Barbara H. Peterson

Farm Wars

December 20, 2009

Controversy surrounding the use of marijuana, whether it is for recreational or medical purposes, is heating up.

The first state to legalize marijuana for medical purposes, California leads the country in decriminalizing the sale and use of cannabis. Other states are considering the issue… Now, a new initiative that will allow local governments to oversee and regulate cultivation, distribution, and sales – and to determine how and how much cannabis can be bought and sold within area limits – will be on the November 2010 ballot. National advocates say that regardless of the vote – signature gathering went fast and easy, according to reports – a major corner has been turned in national acceptance of marijuana use. (CSMonitor)

The real question is, why should a harmless plant that anyone can grow at home elicit such controversy. Why does the government care? Why criminalize it in the first place, and then keep it under control by regulating it after determining that people are going to use it anyway? The answer might lie here: READ MORE…

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