Legal Pot Part of Illuminati Agenda?

January 28, 2014

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Marijuana is now legal in Colorado and Washington State. 
Uruguay recently became to first country to completely legalize it.
Does this trend represent a setback for the Illuminati 
or an extension of their agenda? I asked readers and 
give my own views at the end. 





Update - Marijuana Initiatives funded by Soros



Feedback from Readers:


Marcos in Sao Paulo writes:

Whenever we read anything that promises to be "sacred knowledge", be sure it is some anti-scientific magical way to get in contact with spirit guides. Real knowledge would bring some kind of verifiable proof that a substance has curative properties. I don't consider the words of a Luciferian mason to be trustworthy at all.
 
It is very clear that the new world order is pushing for total liberalization of drugs all around the world. The push is coordinated by the Global Commission on Drug Policy, whose members include high ranking Illuminati people such as Virgin's Richard Branson, United Nations former secretary Kofi Anann, former Brazil President Cardoso, etc. 

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They are backed by the Open Society and Avaaz, two George Soros organizations. Marxist Uruguay has recently decriminalized marijuana, to the joy of narco-terrorist organizations such as the FARC. In Sao Paulo, we now have an area downtown where filthy crack cocaine zombies are free to rob and murder people, because they have been protected and even receive a salary from our Marxist mayor.
 
The globalists have three main objectives in mind: increase in criminality in order to help to create the necessary chaos to implement the new world order, the dumbing down of the general population by an obsessive self preoccupation with individual pleasure (will a junkie take care of a family?), and the facilitation of mental states that induce spiritual contact with demonic spirits.
 
The use of drugs is vehemently forbidden by God in the Bible and it is equated with sorcery (pharmakeia).

Marijuana is the door to heavier drugs. Drug addiction is started by a social, group dynamic. People consume it not in a lab setting, but in parties, with lots of pressure from friends to upgrade to heavier drugs. They also tend to attract kids with psychological and emotional problems.
 
I find it amazing that people who read your site can't recognize the strategy behind the liberalization. I guess people just want to get high and create rationalizations for their behavior. 
http://www.globalcommissionondrugs.org/about/



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(left. Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau has called for legalization. An Illuminati pawn, he likely will be elected Prime Minister in 2016)



Mike Writes:

The recent trend to legalize marijuana does not represent a threat to the Illuminati and certainly not a change of heart. Purchasing a legally limited and overpriced substance from a government owned or monitored facility does not exactly represent freedom. 

People seem to forget that the original intent of our laws were not to control and dominate us, but to represent us. This suggests that we Are the law. Yet who feels that way when they go begging at a government-controlled office?
 
A lot of things can deal effectively with cancer and other diseases, but it is important to recognize that there is a monopoly in control which essentially owns the communications industry and the political parties.

It makes billions of dollars in profit each year and will never be swayed by what is best for the people. Not only that, but poor nutrition, harmful drug remedies and dubious vaccinations are required to insure a steady stream of customers to support the industry.

Do you think a naturalistic hospital could survive within a country dominated by the Rock-feller alopathic system? It would conveniently explode, like the Texas fertilizer plant that intended to challenge Monsanto in court.

Now the advent of genetically modified seeds, and the insane go-along acceptance by the public. We already know all about the Illuminati, but maybe we should start studying the public, ourselves. It is a fact that the Illuminati power rests on the ignorance, greed, apathy and proneness to delusion of the general public, ourselves. Maybe a discussion of 'Fairy Tales' would be in order.

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The writer of this piece seems to think that RICO was set up to deal with organized crime. But i would suggest that our whole system consists of interlinked organized crime, and therefore the RICCO Act was designed to protect organized crime.  The legal system, medical system and political system are all rackets, and to think that any of them represent you is an unfortunate delusion which just may come around to bite you in the backside.
 
There is no question about the medicinal value of marijuana, but to suggest that it is a necessity to gain a higher awareness or to compensate for the dullness in your life is to hold a materialist perspective like the Illuminati and their useful idiots.

More important is to realize that you are being weakened and off-balanced in the longer run by poor nutrition and prescription medications. It is not enough that a few websites mention the dangers of a few bad food additives in passing. Unconsciously the public is being influenced by the full weight of commercial marketing. What is being done against the public through its consumption of essentially poisonous foods, poisonous entertainment and poisonous social engineering are all components of a full court press.

What i am suggesting is that good health is primary, so that medicinal substances shouldn't be needed at all. Dentists and pharmacies and hospitals and medicare or Obamacare should not be needed. Knowledge is power, and neither the schools nor the mainstream media can be depended upon for this. We take back our power by taking on the responsibility ourselves and not relying on any designated authorities.
 
Some useful information on YouTube; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dhlp8jSiiU

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My view: 

Alcohol is 100 times more harmful than marijuana. Why should it be legal and encouraged while cannabis is banned?

Marijuana allows many people to shed the shackles of their socialization and see life authentically again. It is turning on the headlights after driving down a highway in the dark. Suddenly you can see the white line. 

The Illuminati have always supported psychedelics presumably to make people passive politically. Nevertheless, marijuana can put people in touch with their soul, and for that reason I support its legalization. 
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Clifford Shack - Legal Pot Illuminati's Worst Nightmare
List of countries by Marijuana Policy




Comments for "Legal Pot Part of Illuminati Agenda? "

David said (January 30, 2014):

Henry, I am the last person to dictate what others should do with their bodies as long as it doesn't hurt anyone else, which I also realize makes it very difficult to measure a selfish act that doesn't have ANY impact on loved ones (like the crack-addicted single mom who indulges her personal taste for cocaine and serial boyfriends).


But for me, when I experimented as a youth with pot I found in my case it accentuated not only the positive but also negative moods: if I was in a great frame of mind (who is as a teenager?) the euphoria was intense; but if I was despondent, pot made me extremely depressed and almost suicidal. Luckily, I realized that early on and stopped doing it forever before I was out of high school. But I know others who were adversely impacted by drug use and wouldn't stop, because it was a peer pressure thing. "If I stop getting high, my 'friends' will all desert me". A lot of kids like in that in my generation didn't survive. David


Stephen Coleman said (January 29, 2014):

Marijuana may have some medical benefits when used properly. But as a teen and young adult, I saw siblings and friends start doing weed and the notable characteristic in each case was a total change in personality within a week of starting marijuana usage. The change, I felt was not positive. My active and popular brother suddenly became a couch zombie. Another brother was a top student and within the week was flunking out of college. Dito for my friends.

Another common denominator was that each one of them "thought" it was good and enjoyed using marijuana. I sure didn't enjoy seeing the effects and to this day have never used any sort of drug. I swore that I will not allow it to ruin my life.

Cheers,
Stephen Coleman
http://new-holistic-medicine.com


Doug said (January 29, 2014):

As a semi regular user of marijuana, about two grams per month, I can honestly say that I use it for inspiration and its use in the short term does help that. Regular usage has the opposite affect on everything that it is good for.

But I think it was made illegal partly or perhaps mostly because of its incredibly diverse industrial usage and the fact that anyone can grow it quite easily. It could never really be a 'controlled substance' because its so easy to grow. The stuff you get from gov sources isn't very potent.

I think its a bad thing for young people to use and that it possibly has some medical or psychological effects that are not in the mainstream press. It is habit forming if you use more than even a liberal amount.


John said (January 28, 2014):

The comment [below] 'vehemently forbidden by God in the Bible and it is equated with sorcery' is why I never took the Bible seriously even before I knew they left the Gospel of Mary Magdalen out of it.

It is pure Luciferian propaganda, as even the Sutras say Perfection (a spiritual book of well repute, unlike the Bible) can be attained through 'light containing herbs'

as anyone who has experienced drugs such as the psychedelics will tell you

drugs can be used by good sorcerers and bad ones

if legalising hemp is a ploy to destroy society, as it leads to the bad drugs etc, then it isn't a very smart plot and the fact it is the exact opposite of the most controlling OVERT fascist states around the world suggests it isn't an Illuminati plot unless they actually think it might, and maybe open more people up to possession.

the real problem is alcohol and if every alcohol user moved to weed or to using weed the world would be a better place. I find coffee addiction to be more of a problem.

and there isn't any evidence that I have seen that convinces me dope leads to crack and smack

crack and smack addicts are not emotionally healthy people. Time we actually looked at the source of the problem, which is the Illuminati controlled mental health industry, which has suppressed the non toxic, smack addiction and alcohol addiction cure for decades plus depression etc by TIR therapy.

and as medical marijuana would destroy the medical industry I find it a strange sort of plot, and a few other industries with hemp, and hemp oil

maybe the spirit is alive in more people in those states, and the death cult can't keep it suppressed any more

lets hope so, and having a few kids over the years and observed their drug habits, I'm not concerned they will develop a dope habit. The one who did but not that u would notice has now given it up

many many people drink alcohol but don't become alcoholics, so why dope smokers would automatically become dope addicts is laughable. But Dope excess can damage your aura like alcohol addiction can open you up to possession

and weed also can lift you into thinking, which is above the matrix, out the cage.


Rich said (January 28, 2014):

As a Colorado resident with a job, I was subject to urinalysis to get hired(many years ago), and live under the constant threat of these tests in the event of any accident, or rule infraction, and I am subject to random tests that can happen at any time for no reason.

About the only jobs left that don't require a pee test involve washing lots of dishes, or to start your own business(and try to slog through the government red tape).

I fail to see the use in legal marijuana at this point, at least for anyone who aspires to more than living in their parents basement. I have no axe to grind against marijuana use or production(especially the hemp products industry), but really, what use is it except for the masses of jobless and keeping them content with their extended unemployment and welfare checks, and in fact coming to love it.

Its obvious to me that after a few years of legalization, laws will be passed, small timers will be put out of business, corporate will take over, Marlboro Greens, $10 a pack taxes, public health crises, bad weed full of chemicals, and say goodbye to your medicinal and spiritual little herb.


Carl said (January 28, 2014):

I noticed a lot of your readers and writers have a very black and white approach to just about everything. I know a woman who used to be in good shape and she decided to eat frosted flakes all day and now she had gained a pile of weight. Is refined sugar a drug? Should we ban this so that she cannot eat herself into obesity? According to one of your tweets sugar makes up a massive amount of visits to the hospital. Do we protect people from themselves because they need to be treated like children?

Marijuana and its close relative hemp are both an excellent food source (Manitoba harvest hemp hearts, read the nutritional ingredients) and method by which the finest garments can be manufactured.

Marijuana can help people suffering from disease related pain which was pointed out already. Like everything else, it can be abused, so should be protect a few people from themselves? Probably not, we have enough laws preventing people from lucrative lives and imprisoning the innocent.

There are so many laws that wood burning fireplaces in Montreal cannot be lit anymore so that the carbon tards don't get upset. Lets just keep weed away from developing brains and let adults decide for themselves. Otherwise people will just use cake and cola as their drug, and I'm told that's why many countries are full sick, obese people, who occupy the hospitals.


Tony B said (January 28, 2014):

What seems to be forgotten here is that, once upon a time, not all that far in the past, drugs of most any kind were not government controlled in any way. They were not in demand by many. Even the infamous Chinese opium dens had to be forced on China by that long-time seat of evil called Britain.

The outlaw and control of drugs was used to create an artificial demand along with artificially high prices for them. Everyone in the U.S. who cares has known for decades that the reason drugs are in every hamlet in the country, often dealt and protected by the poorly paid local cops, is because their importation and distribution in the U.S. is largely an industry of the CIA. Now often imported directly into air force bases in the country. Individuals trying to deal for themselves have been routinely murdered, usually in assassination style to make the point to others who might try their luck.

It needs to be mentioned here too that the football star turned patriotic army special forces, who was shot three times in the forehead when he shouted to those Americans shooting at him, "I'm Pat Tillman, for God's sake," or something close to that, had vowed to go home and tell Americans that the job of U.S. troops in Afghanistan was to protect the once again thriving poppy fields which the Taliban had almost eliminated.

The m.o. follows the identical path of real vanilla flavoring, a very cheap import from Mexico monopolized and grossly overpriced by systematic murder and threat of murder of independent distributors.

Also ignored is the fact that whole industries could be created in the U.S. for the many positive uses of hemp without even considering pot.


Ray said (January 28, 2014):

In the past 12 years, hundreds of laboratory studies have shown that cannabis-based preparations have the potential to treat -- and prevent -- cancer, arthritis, epilepsy, Alzheimers, Parkinsons and a host of other illnesses. Meanwhile, the DEA has not allowed human trials of cannabis medicines since 1976.

If prohibitionists think that the DEA has not allowed human trials of cannabis because the DEA is trying to protect us, they need to think again.

Those who support pot prohibition need to be aware of two things:

1) By supporting prohibition, they are advocating the mass incarceration of otherwise law-abiding citizens who choose to use cannabis. In other words, if I choose to use cannabis, prohibitionists want to incarcerate me, fine me and seize my assets. Needless to say, those are fightin' words.

2) If it turns out -- as the overwhelming body of evidence suggests -- that cannabis prohibition is causing people to suffer and die from cancer and other illnesses, then prohibitionists are personally responsible for all those deaths and suffering. Ignorance of the facts is no excuse. Virtually all the relevant laboratory evidence is available online. Google cannabis and cancer, cannabis and epilepsy, cannabis and arthritis, cannabis and Alzheimers, etc.

Thanks to the tireless work of a relatively small number of dedicated activists and researchers, we have turned the corner on cannabis prohibition. Those who have supported and continue to support the DEA in its disastrous policy of pot prohibition are directly responsible for all the suffering and death this policy has caused, and the day of reckoning is at hand.


A said (January 28, 2014):

Honestly, how shameless of US to dare call this a "free country" and then take peoples freedom and property away for possessing a plant. Absolutely ridiculous! How can one profess the creation and then say God didn't intend for this plant to be used for anything?

I do not use this plant but know of some very decent people who have and I find it unconscionable to criminalize it.

While synthetics, both illicit and doctor prescribed are questionable at best, all natural plants (GMO being the unnatural plant) were put here for our use when needed. Men will abuse/misuse just about anything but a sane society doesn't punish everyone for this.


Lamar said (January 28, 2014):

I was thirteen years old, when I smoked that first joint and delighted in that psychotic effect of being in another dimension....those experts said it had no addictive nature to it, so I felt safe.

Soon, whatever activity I planned on doing, smoke a joint first and it will increase the enjoyment of the activity. I remember smoking those beautiful joints while performing algebra and astonished at how easy it was to solve those equations, only to receive grade “F” on my papers.

Or those first days when smoking pot enhanced my social life – what a good reason to hang out with friends, but then after while, I could care less about the friends.

Pot became my best friend...I just wanted to hang out with my joints. and then, why doesn’t anybody talk about the intensity of the paranoia? or what about the bad mood after the high wears off? or the foggy mind even days after the last joint was smoked?

We smoke it because of the high, and looking back on those 5 years of being high, I regret the waste of valuable time.

I love your website and learn much it. In my opinion, even though the Illuminati have their tentacles of control in every area of society, they are not omnipotent.

Man’s determination to smoke marijuana regardless of the illegal status has won him the same outcome as the ‘end of prohibition’. And now, since it is becoming legal they’ll just make their money/power from it in a legal way....and we will smoke it even more because the government says it’s okay.

By the way, I just want you to know from experience, that it is a real pain in the ass when a fellow driver stoned on marijuana totals your car, after having paid it off.

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Thanks Lamar

Anything in excess is harmful.

henry


JG said (January 28, 2014):

As far as Marijuana goes lets call it what it is, a tranquilizer.

It's mostly smoked in dark places where there is little light.

In this state of "euphoria" the imagination runs rapid. Your sense of space and timing is also impaired. True, you won't become violent or arrogant on this drug because you are sedated.
It's also quite a "stress reliever" and is cheaper and less harmful than psychotropic drugs.

It also is effective in combating alcoholism. It has been proven that alcohol consumption used with marijuana decreases in most cases.

However, the marijuana "fairy tale" does have a downside.

Your perception of reality is altered while under the sedation of marijuana.

You imagine things such as relationships to be stronger and better than they really are. John Lennon's album "Imagine" has a picture of smoke surrounding him on the cover. The lyrics to this song are Marxist at it's core but under sedation it's real message is disguised,"no Heaven above us and no Hell below us", therefore no
reward for righteousness and no punishment for sin. But, on marijuana, it's a song of love, peace, and joy.

Drugs are a " Magical Mystery Tour" of deceptions that, in the end, the "big lie" wins.

If you're seeking salvation and trying to find a life through Jesus Christ I really wouldn't recommend drugs as the avenue to get there.


ZZ (Poland) said (January 28, 2014):

Hi!
[pun intended]

The only, but very important factor against the pot legalization is the fact, that the Banana prompt-reader-in-chief, health insurance Obamination, kenyan Barry, lately admitted publicly to smoking the weed.

It is not exactly a recommendation source to be followed in health and insurance matters, to speak frankly. Rather a huge RED FLAG, perfectly fitting in the landscape, as the prompter reader is a bolshevista guy.

Regards
and have a smoke :-)


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