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Cannibals of Freedom: We Can't Let Freedom Break Out in America - by Daniel Price

Happy New Year!  And what an old year?!  Michigan officially legalized marijuana for growing, selling, smoking and well, enjoying for many.  But what does this mean?  Will the federal government’s “drug running” schemes in order to tamper with the governments of foreign countries come to an end?  Highly doubtful.

But I digress.  What does legalization of marijuana mean in the context of freedom?  Let’s take a look.  Currently, there is a bill before President Trump that would take hemp off the schedule 1 drug list.  This would allow people to grow hemp throughout the states, so long as the states do the same as we did in Michigan.  Hemp is such a plant that it can be used to make concrete, insulation, paper, clothes, sun glasses, bottles and containers, and so much more.  It can pretty much replace all petroleum-based products.  

So, what does this mean for freedom?  Well, according to the Mirriam-Webster Dictionary, freedom means, “the absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice or action”.  But according to M-live, Joe Brown, a Saranac hemp farmer stated, “Just like corn or soybeans, you have to have permission to grow hemp”.  As a result, if we must have permission to do something, including growing a plant, then we are not free.  Wow!  Did Mr. Brown willingly give up his freedom in order to grow hemp?  Did he openly admit that we are not free?  Or does he not understand the definition of freedom?

Keep in mind the use of industrial Hemp would not only make goods cheaper, but also biodegradable.  Hemp would cut down on the use of fossil fuels like oil for making products like clothes, plastics, and a great many other things.  Oil and gas will become more plentiful and cheaper.  Trees take decades to mature, Hemp takes weeks.  Paper made from trees uses 40% of the trees cut down every year, so using Hemp will save millions of trees.  Hemp can also be used to make roads, housing, and other structures more cleanly and more cheaply.  Perhaps the best result will be to cut down on pollution and poisonous contamination.

Only the parasitic nature of voters like Mr. Brown, industry, and the parasites in government has kept Hemp illegal for the past 75 or so years.  The economic boom from Hemp production will be truly amazing.  But under the current parasitic social trend in our country and our state, this boom will come at great costs to freedom.  Moreover, those who own the parasites in government will make sure that they will be the ones who profit.  This will be done by making it a crime to grow Hemp and Marijuana without permission, as Mr. Brown admitted.

Clearly Mr. Brown lacks the understanding of what it means to be free, or maybe he hates freedom. But the legislature doesn’t really need his help in the destruction of our freedom.  For sure, just when the marijuana party is getting started, so to speak, those parasites in government and their “owners” in industry are hard at work in their attempts to stop the people from having a voice. Their owners don’t want our interfering with their destroying and incarcerating their competition. In fact, in response to the people of Michigan demanding the legalization of marijuana, the current legislature has worked to undermine voter choices.  Indeed, on December 21, 2018, the Michigan legislature voted to make it harder for citizens to initiate ballot drives like those for hemp and marijuana.  At the same time, the legislature passed a bill to lower the penalties for themselves when they violate campaign finance laws.  If signed by the governor, the citizens right to petition government will be restricted, and the parasites ability to violate the law will become less restricted.  Of course, according to M-Live, the business community supports this legislation.  After all, they own those parasites and contribute to their campaigns!

This reminds me of a poem I previously wrote and rewritten it here as follows:

"I once knew many people with limited sight.
All refusing to see wrong from right.
Living off each other in order to take.
All refusing to acknowledge the reality of their fate.
Banning a plant to enrich themselves.
While the world spins into an environmental hell.
Poisoning all in the name of the public health.
At last when it seemed reason and freedom would gain.
The people helped the parasites tighten the chains."

I end this article with a salute to 36th District Court Judge Kenneth King.  Judge King granted a motion to dismiss the much-maligned case against the marijuana grow in downtown Detroit on July 31, 2018.  I salute you on behalf of all those who seek freedom sir.
Till next year, as always, keep rolling on.

Disclaimer:  This is an informational article only.  It is not to provide individual legal advice.  If you need legal services, feel free to contact me, or any attorney of your choosing.

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