Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Ibogaine For Afghanistan


A fund-raiser for a clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan, with Dana Beal

Friday, June 6, 2014

About the frauduant 'Occupy' movement - Aron Black

busted by Ibogaine activist Dana Beal

No secret money- unless it involves payment for my time DNC whore

https://www.facebook.com/groups/143405647913/

About Ibogaine, DeBlasio & NYC's heroin crisis, Aaron Black just wrote:

"I am swamped and can not take on anything else unless it involves payment for my time. I donate too much of my time as it is and don't see this as a political gamechanger. I don't know enough about this drug and can't push something I am not well informed about. Furthermore, I don't have the time to study. Sorry, but that's where I stand on this."
Dana Beal replied:
"I can explain it in 15 minutes. Let me give you a one page summary at least. DeBlasio got back to ME. I mean, there's a heroin crisis on the front page of the NYTIMES, we have a single dose cure. What's complicated about that? It's like medical marijuana, except no one takes it to get high--just to detox. Ask Colin Moynihan if it's for real, or Aton Edwards. Ask Eric Williams or Paul DeRienzo. REPORTERS, dude."
Please enlighten Aaron Black.

FreidaPeople Stat wrote:
Aaron Black is not enlightenable. He is not the type looking for actual progress. He's a terrible guy who should not be trusted. He should be thrown out of town, not lauded as a leader.How is it that a guy who comes from out of state supporting rape culture in a very personal way (I'll expand in this in person any time), pays creepy men to participate in activism seemingly to turn away others, supports, works and lives with men who harm women becomes the political go-to guy? Really? Fuck everybody if you accept this ass and make him more important rather than defrocking him. Fuck the left if this is what it boils down to. An old, white boy network of the very worst sort.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

About the fraudulant 'Tea Party' movement

claims to be pro fiscally responsible limited government

http://reason.com/archives/2014/06/02/anti-pot-prejudice-vs-federalism/1#comment

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It should be noted that the Tea Party Caucus overwhelmingly voted against the recent amendment to HR 4660 which would stop the Justice Department from taking actions against states that have legalized MMJ. 37 voted against the amendment and only 10 voted Aye.

The Tea Party Caucus didn't even vote in favor of an amendment to stop funding Justice Department actions against States that allow industrial hemp. 32 TP Caucus members voted No on this amendment to HR 4660. Only 16 voted Aye.

Small federal government and States' rights principles? Doesn't seem like it.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

The Sociopathic Nancy [dis]Grace

hopelessly confused between MJ and PCP;
willfully obtuse about market dynamics of prohibition and likelier adulteration;
willful prostitute for prison industry


  • Mary Turner · Top Commenter
    Nancy, you continuously hurt your personal campaign against pot when you attempt to use this type of criminal act to try to prove your uninformed ‘point’. Please do your research and see what horrible affects PCP has on a person and all of the horrible things people do on PCP. I don’t think you realize that when you try to make your uninformed ‘point’ with this type of story, you only end up causing people to defend pot, even those that are not really ’for’ it, rather than condemn it.

    Intelligent, informed, non-bias and above all, ACCURATE information could/would go a whole lot farther in your misguided campaign. So far, every ’story’ you have ’used’ has been flawed with incomplete/inaccurate information, with a very transparent/obvious bias ’spin’, which does nothing more than lessen your credibility on every story you present, pot related or not.

    I used to enjoy watching your show, not always agreeing with you, but I did respect you. I have been losing respect for you and now, I think this sealed it. I will be changing channels now when you are on and/or are on any show.

  • Willy Pickett · Worker at BP America
    Anyone on here who believes pot and pcp are somehow on the same level and both equally dangerous is misinformed, ignorant and a pawn. Get educated on facts before you start bashing things because the GOVERNMENT told you so. You know, because they're in the business of protecting us and never in it for just the money. Spitting on morals for money isn't the 'Murica way....

  • Jackie Blome · · Top Commenter · Barstow, CA
    Nancy Grace, You need to really learn the difference between marijuana and PCP, today's show on the subject, You spent way too much time, auguring with those trying to explain to you.
    You have your own opinions, but why have others on the show if you refuse to hear, when you don't agree what is being said, you rudely shut them down.
    I wonder what all the People who have been killed from a drunk driver would say to you? the violence that comes from drinking alcohol, Prescription drugs, and those who mix the two.
    I'm pretty sure those who have died would say they wish there killer had rather been smoking marijuana, then drinking!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

The chickensh*t U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio

Marc Rubio- another chickensh*t politician for the pharmacratic inquisition


insists upon protecting alcohol from the safer substance of MJ

http://www.celebstoner.com/news/marijuana-news/2014/05/20/marco-rubio-dodges-question-about-personal-pot-use/?ref=1009&ref_type=related

Sen. Marco Rubio won't divulge if he ever smoked marijuana. Most likely, the Florida Republican, who admits he "goofed around in class" when he attended South Miami Senior High School in the late '80s, inhaled a few joint and bong hits back then and during his college years. If he says he didn't, then someone might come forward and out him.

When asked by ABC's Jonathan Karl if he ever used pot, Rubio was predictably evasive. "Here's the problem with that question in American politics," the conservative Congressman explained. "If you say that you did, then suddenly there are people out there saying, 'Well, it's not a big deal. Look at all these successful people who did it.' I don't want my kids to smoke marijuana and I don't want other peoples' kids to smoke marijuana. I don't think there's a responsible way to recreationally use marijuana. On the other side of it, if you tell people that you didn't, they won't believe you."
"If you didn't, you can just say that you didn't," Karl followed up.

"I understand it's a question that people think they need to ask, but the bottom line is I don't think people should smoke marijuana," Rubio retorted. "Marijuana is illegal under federal law. That should be enforced. I understand that states have decided to legalize possession under state law, but the trafficking and the sale of these products is a federal crime.

"Right now that's not being enforced," Karl countered, at which point, Rubio went into full anti-drug mode: "Look, we live in a country that already has problems with substance abuse, ok? "We already see the impact that alcoholism is having on families, on drunk driving, on all sorts of things. And now we're going to add one more substance that people can use? And here's the other argument: When something is legal, implicitly what you're saying is it can't be all that bad. If it's legal it can't be bad for you. The bottom line is I believe that adding yet another mind-altering substance to something that's legal is not good for the country. I understand there are people that have different views on this, but I feel strongly about this."
Republicans need to a moderate voice if they truly hope to take back the White House in 2016. Rubio, who's considering a run, is not that voice. And that's the bottom line.

Friday, May 30, 2014

The misguided U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy



Calls himself a 'conservative' yet supports FDR error agricultural mercantilism against MJ committing massive civil rights violations, while contributing to the rise of the cost of health care...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trey_Gowdy

Gowdy considers himself to be a "constitutional conservative."[citation needed] In August 2011 during the 2011 United States debt ceiling crisis, Gowdy opposed Speaker John Boehner’s debt limit bill, and he voted against the final debt ceiling agreement.[16] He also opposed the 2011 defense authorization bill, citing concerns about the prospect of Americans being detained without trial on national security grounds.[17] In December 2010, he told Congressional Quarterly that he would only support a measure if its sponsor can demonstrate that the Constitution gives the government the power to act in a particular realm.[5]


Introduces a bill in U.S. Congress to compel Obama Administration to continue enforcing prohibition statutes.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ENFORCE_the_Law_Act_of_2014_%28H.R._4138;_113th_Congress%29

Displays a baffeling indifference to the dynamics of drug law enforcement.

Burglaries. Larcenies. Shoplifting. They all clog our docket. Many, if not most, are drug related. Criminal domestic violence. Felony DUI. Drugs are somewhere at the root of most crimes. FBI agent Jim Lannaman theorized that 80 percent of the bank robberies in our area are drug related. I disagreed. It's more like 90 percent.  

I got a letter this morning from my best friend from elementary school. We sang Elton John's "Philadelphia Freedom" together in a 6th-grade talent show. We lost, and then we lost touch through high school. He wrote from state prison. You guessed it—drugs. He wants "his old buddy" to help him sing another verse of freedom. Can't help you, Victor. Mandatory minimums are rather inflexible.
We've been fighting a war on drugs for more than 20 years. Casualties are everywhere. In prisons. In foster homes. On government subsidy. In graveyards. On trial dockets. In state budgets. Hanging on the wall in the DEA office in Greenville, S.C. is my most poignant reminder of this war. It's a picture of all the DEA agents killed in the line of duty across the world. I saw it last year preparing for a cocaine conspiracy trial. There was Enrique Camarena. His death spawned a movie that first introduced me to the drug war 11 years ago. I bet cocaine is cheaper and more readily available now than it was when the Mexican government aided and abetted Camarena's death. Wonder what he would think about NAFTA.

Another meeting in Cherokee County Friday afternoon on yet another murder involving drugs. Some parents call about their kid being picked up with marijuana—the selling kind, not the smoking kind. They think he deserves a third chance. Why not, I ask my deputy solicitor facetiously. What difference does it make? If someone wants to buy marijuana tomorrow they'll get it whether this person is in jail or not. So too with crack cocaine and LSD and heroin.

At the U.S. Attorney's Office I prosecuted over 300 drug dealers. The sentences ranged from probation to life without parole. The local media was so bored with drug cases that it virtually took life without parole to generate interest. I didn't even begin to make a dent in the availability of drugs.
I used to watch William F. Buckley Jr. debate Michael Kinsley—and cheer for Buckley, of course. That is, until he advocated the decriminalization of drugs. I can't bring myself to wave the white flag in this war—despite the casualties. I'm afraid if we pull this thread the whole fabric will come unraveled.

Our legislature may well decide to build new courts and add judges. Later they'll have to build more prisons. And then do it all again. It's easier than solving the problem of drugs. We need a larger plan in our culture and in our court systems. Larger than decriminalization. Larger than the biggest prison we can build. Before we effectively teach our children that drugs are illegal, maybe we should convince ourselves they're wrong.

Gowdy is being delusional- twisting reality to conform to a rigid ideology based upon not health but rather economic mercantilism.  He cites "drugs" a term with a broader meaning than his own, simply whatever the U.S. Congress had made illegal, regardless of the health effects.

He cites in particular 'cocaine' indeed pairing that word together with the word 'conspiracy'- indeed!

He seems oblivious to the reality of 'cocaine' being in widespread safe and effective human use for millenia in its natural dilute form as caffeine and nicotine are used respectively in Coffee and Tobacco products, and that its use and abuse in its more dangerous concentrated forms came in the 1880s with the introduction of pharmaceutical grade cocaine and injection kits for such initially promoted by anesthesiologists.

He seems oblivious to the dynamics of the various drug related statutes and their consequences: that defining cocaine as an evil drug contemptuously disregarded all matters relating to dosage unwittingly promoting the drug's abuse.  The 1914 and 1970 U.S. Harrison and Controlled Substances Acts banned the outside of a non refillable prescription possession of Coca leaves and any mixture containing cocaine, thereby shifting availability to the ultra concentrated drugs of cocaine hydrochloride and sulfate- see Richard Cowan's December 1986 National Review article How the Narcs Created Crack.

He subscribes to a convenient targeting of "drugs" - re: those made illegal by the U.S. Congress -- giving carte blach to the idea of demonizing certain drugs and perverting their form and use.

Being from South Carolina, perhaps its primarily a matter of politics of protecting that region's long established agricultural commodity of Tobacco, given the U.S.D.A.'s very concern, expressed in its 'Farmers' Bulletin' article 'Habit-Forming Agents Their Indiscriminate Sale and Use a Menace to the Public Welfare' market threat of cocaine re Coca to nicotine re Tobacco.




Cigarettes spiked with each of the successive drug control statutes cir 1906, 1914 & 1937


People as Trey Gowdy pretend that they are protecting society from 'drugs' when in fact its just the opposite.  They serve one by design to pervert drugs as cocaine from dilute Coca preparations to highly concentrated dosing of concentrated forms of cocaine- ignoring Genesis and Revelations, doing so for the sake of protecting the market in dilute forms of nicotine- over a century squandering trillions upon police, courts and incarceration while prematurely killing 100 million people via this market protection to Tobacco-nicotine via this inane demonification of 'cocaine'.

They forget the near half century of the safe and effective use of cocaine via the famous wine of coca Vin Mariani first sold in Paris by 1865, nor the history of cocaine containing soft drinks as Coca Cola.

It's a system created by satan pretending to be God.

To his credit Gowdy has expressed at least skepticism regarding some mandatory minumum sentences:
Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., a former U.S. prosecutor, joined Chaffetz for breakfast at the Justice Department and described Holder as a gracious host. "The fact that he's taking the time to talk to two backbenchers, he certainly didn't have to do that," Gowdy said.

Gowdy said he was convinced that mandatory sentences made little sense for minor offenses. But he doubts that a sentencing bill can pass the House, in part because voters in Republican districts oppose so many of the Obama administration's policies. Holder's push for same-sex marriage does not make it easier, he said.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

'Schedule 1' for MJ HOAX

A lying government claims that MJ no medical value and is hence 'schedule 1', with criminal sociopathic 'judges' not allowing medical defenses to this unconstitutional ban

From the comments section at a ridiculous Heritage Foundation article in favor of big bad government mis-regulation of our medicine and diet:  http://blog.heritage.org/2014/04/27/time-reefer-sanity/#idc-cover

If Marijuana is without benefit, then why does the U.S. Government Own A Patent On Cannabis? http://j.mp/1eYc6V8

Cannabis Kills Tumor Cells:
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Cannabis Cures Colorectal Cancer:
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Cannabis Cures Uterine, Testicular, And Pancreatic Cancers: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/cam/cannab...

Cannabis-Derived Substances In Cancer Therapy And Anti-Tumor Properties
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20925645

Cannabis Cures Brain Cancer:
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11479216

Cannabis Cures Mouth and Throat Cancer:
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Cannabis Cures Breast Cancer:
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Cannabis Cures Lung Cancer: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22198381?dopt=... http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21097714?dopt=...

Cannabis Cures Prostate Cancer:
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Cannabis Cures Blood Cancer:
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12091357
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16908594

Cannabis Cures Skin Cancer:
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12511587
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19608284

Cannabis Cures Liver Cancer:
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21475304

Cannabis Cures Cancer in General:
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Cannabinoids In Intestinal Inflammation And Cancer:
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Cannabis Use And Cancer Of The Head And Neck: Case-Control Study:
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2277494

Cannabis THC At High Doses In Area, Inhibits Cholangiocarcinoma Cancer:
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19916793

Targeting CB2 Cannabinoid Receptors As A Novel Therapy To Treat Malignant Lymphoblastic Disease:
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21115947




Marijuana Kills Cancer Cells:
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17952650
�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16835997 http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/cam/cannab...

Cannabis Treatment in Leukemia:
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Cannabinoids And The Immune System:
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�http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12052046

Cannabis Partially/Fully Induced Cell Death In Cancer:
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Cannabis Treatment Of Translocation-Positive Rhabdomyosarcoma:
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Cannabis Induces Apoptosis Of Uterine Cervix Cancer Cells:
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Cannabis Treatment In Lymphoma:
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Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells:
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Cannabis Regulator Of Neural Cell Development:
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Cannabis Treatment Of Melanoma:
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Cannabis Treatment For Thyroid Carcinoma:
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Cannabis Treatment In Colon Cancer:
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Cannabinoids In Intestinal Inflammation And Cancer:
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Cannabinoids In Health And Disease:
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Cannabis A Neuroprotective After Brain Injury:
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Cannabis Inhibits Cancer Cell Invasion:
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