Changing The Stereotype

Cannabis Education

Good News About Washington Legalization & The Dirty Details about the state of Washingtons Legalization

Listen to the details of Washington states marijuana legalization on radio show & podcast Free Talk Live

http://www.freetalklive.com/content/podcast_2012_11_10


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The Truth Of Marijuana P.1 – The pot conspiracy & cannabis history


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Irvin Rosenfeld smokes marijuana in the New Hampshire State House


Houses made out of hemp.


Willie Nelson spitting knowledge.

I think ¬†this is from the early 90’s. ¬†


from a 2007 documentary that aired on PBS

What does a family have to endure to create a future for itself? “Standing Silent Nation,” airing on PBS’s P.O.V. series on July 3, 2007, features Alex White Plume and his Lakota family, who planted industrial hemp on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota after other crops had failed. They put their hopes for a sustainable economy in hemp’s hardiness and a booming worldwide demand for its many products, from clothing to food. Although growing hemp, a relative of marijuana, was banned in the U.S., Alex believed that tribal sovereignty, along with hemp’s non-psychoactive properties, would protect him. But when federal agents raided the White Plumes’ fields, the Lakota Nation was swept into a Byzantine struggle over tribal sovereignty, economic rights and common sense. Find out more at


Hemp for Victory – Old US government film about Marihuana?

Produced by the US Government in 1942…Interesting to learn that Dupont Chemical funded the anti- hemp / marijuana effort. This is because they had patents on new synthetic fibers and Hemp had a new machine that would put them out of business if hemp were to be used for clothes. Dupont also sold – and still does many of the chemicals to wood pulp producers… so we continue to cut down forests… when Hemp could save millions of trees, be used as an alternative bio fuel and the US could easily grow enough hemp to eliminate the need for oil… so Big oil does not want hemp legal either. Neither do the drug companies… they can’t patent it. They would rather keep selling you their drugs. By keeping it illegal the lawyers, courts etc… also make a buck. You can only get high from the female flower – nobody has ever died from smoking a joint. Of course the alcohol and tobacco companies would prefer to keep their monopoly as well