Sunday, December 20, 2009

The Hemp Post !

Time4Hemp, lots of information there on industrial hemp, medical marijuana and more ......

They have a page called Hemp is Fuel. The chart is astonishing.

Oh and be sure to click on the chart to get the entire picture, blogger has it's limitations.

But, hey better to use corn to produce ethanol with it's "carbon footprint" and starve people, cause that is the Copenhagen way.

Plus ya know, Monsanto can create some GM products to further contaminate food crops. Oh the diabolic potential!

As suggested by Gallier
The Emperor Wears No Clothes

Chapter 1 -16 available there...

And a selection of interesting little facts-

The much-sought-after prize of full British citizenship was bestowed by a decree of the crown on foreigners who would grow cannabis, and fines were often levied against those who refused.

Cannabis hemp was legal tender (money) in most of the Americas from 1631 until the early 1800s. Why? To encourage American farmers to grow more.

You could pay your taxes with cannabis hemp throughout America for over 200 years

From more than 1,000 years before the time of Christ until 1883 A.D., cannabis hemp, indeed, marijuana was our planet’s largest agricultural crop and most important industry, involving thousands of products and enterprises; producing the overall majority of Earth’s fiber, fabric, lighting oil, paper, incense and medicines. In addition, it was a primary source of essential food oil and protein for humans and animals.

Finally the 100,000 dollar challenge I had heard a reference made to in an interview at Gnostic Media.

Our $100,000 Challenge to the World:

Try to Prove Us Wrong

If all fossil fuels and their derivatives, as well as trees for paper and construction were banned in order to save the planet, reverse the Greenhouse Effect and stop deforestation...

Then there is only one known annually renewable natural resource that is capable of providing the overall majority of the world’s paper and textiles; meeting all of the world’s transportation, industrial and home energy needs; simultaneously reducing pollution, rebuilding the soil, and cleaning the atmosphere all at the same time…

And that substance is—the same one that did it all before—

Cannabis Hemp…Marijuana!

Is it any wonder the chemical and fuel industry want this one to stay as an "illegal"?


  1. Hemp is actually amazing. I wonder why we don't have an entirely hemp based economy rather than a petro chemical economy. Canada is one of the most highly dependent on petro chemicals.

    The problem with hemp is that its too efficient, cheap and durable.

    It probably the best kept secret of the whole NWO complex.

  2. That chart of yours is bogus Pen. Whilst it's true that cannabis will get you the most stoned, I don't think it's right that potatoes, apples, and corn should be on the chart at all. I've tried all of them and they didn't get me even the least bit stoned.

    (smiley winky thing!)

    Ha, my word verification was 'banter'. Absolutely.

  3. Hey noby, the funniest about your comment isthat you're not that far off in fact. Mainstram nutritionist do not know this but wheat is highly addictive and it looks that it is partly responsible for the obesity epidemic. WGA (wheat gluten agglutinin) binds to the receptor in the brain like other drugs. If you're interested in this subject search on the blogs of Stephan Gueyent (, of Peter Dobrosomething ( and Rochard Nikoley ( Search for WGA and wheat. They are a good start in the subject.

  4. Hey Gallier, hmm... maybe it's that? I gave up dope, tobacco, alcohol, and coffee (all the drugs, really) and sugar. Weirdly I feel no great craving for the drugs but the sugar is really calling my name. It doesn't help of course that one third of our fridge is fully set aside for the old man's chocolates, cakes, biscuits, puddings etc. and they're staring me in the face every time I open the door. But! Most of those confections are as wheaty as they are sugary. Actually the chap for this conversation is Mir. He's very up on all this.

    Regardless I expect I'll be succumbing at christmas. It would be churlish in the extreme not to have a piece of Christmas pudding on Christmas day.

  5. "The problem with hemp is that its too efficient, cheap and durable."

    gosh and we couldn't have that eh doug?
    I mean how could we be gouged for everything?

  6. Nobody! ;)

    what a card!

    Gallier, I have bookmarked that one site. Wheat bad, I ate a whole wheat english muffin toasted with honey, yikes oh and with butter too.

    Now I am going to have yogurt.
    I am a paleo diet nightmare?

    But, I do not have high cholesterol.
    In fact last time it was checked doc said I had very nearly perfectly normal, whatever that means.

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