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4 Responses to “Lend A Hand To The Farmers – End Hemp Prohibition”

  1. Perhaps in our positions as promoters this is of great consequence; thereby, you must have this knowledge of the push for GMO cannabis:

    http://community.kpfz.org/node/17
    exerpt:
    “…The object is to patent up every possible combination of cannabinoids with efficacy for every possible disease they can treat, and every possible genetic sequence! Once ready to make the move, they will shut down every medical cannabis grower for patent fraud”

    “Monsanto terminator technology is being applied to Cannabis by (David Watson) at Hortapharm in Holland.”

  2. Alan says:

    Wouldn’t it be nice if all the oil industry cartels would simply back off and say OK, we have made enough money. Go ahead and grow your natural renewable resource to drive us out of business… Yeah. Go ahead… Lets face it folks, the bankers run everything. If we are to get hemp production restarted in America, we have to find out something about hemp that appeals to them. Something about hemp that oil producers can not reproduce. Sadly, its all about the money.

  3. Paul M. Griepentrog says:

    War Hemp Industries Inc. a government owned organization, ran 42 hemp mills across the country each required 4,000 to 5,000 acres each to operate. When the depression hit, the farmers couldn’t even afford to bring their equipment home from the fields. See 150 Years of International Harvestor, p 190

  4. OldDod says:

    Wouldn’t it be great if American’s were sane, and unafraid of their government?