Under the reign of Queen Moriah, the Multinational Mafia has evolved as a cohesive union and an undeniably positive, worldwide force seeking to convert it's functions into a legalized organization. The Don Panel (the World Drug Trade's Parliament), is in unanimous agreement on product taxation, and has proposed a business plan (Conversion Initiative of 2012) by which to complete the process. While members are under constant attack due to the War on Drugs, the Trade's royal monarchy remains stable.
Descendants of don lineage consider outside movements for marijuana (and other Trade drugs) legality, in essence, discriminatory thievery. The Trade sees the “green rush” as no different than colonial expansion into native land. Who the Trade is, what it is doing and what the USA is offering by legalization differs majorly. What the populace is unaware of, is the bloodshed of innumerable individuals who have fought to maintain their inheritance of the Trade and furthermore, the biased portrayal of this war. The Trade is denied public voice, subjected to exploitative media coverage, persecuted by global governments and yet it survives as an indestructible model of inalienable liberty. The Drug Trade, worldwide, isn't interested in turning over it's products to be manufactured by state or federal agencies nor unaffiliated businesses. It does, however, move forward toward conversion.
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by kirstenblog 6 years ago
I just stumbled on this story and am really impressed. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/2 … 09102.htmlThe story is about Ron Paul's stance that the fed should take a hands off approach to medical marijuana, that it should be down to the states. My only worry is that Obama campaigned...
by soldout1 7 years ago
What has gone so wrong in America that we must result to becoming drug dealers to pay off our dificit? In Ca.during our Midterm Election we were given prop 19. A law that would legalize the sale of (Marijuana). Have everyone gone insane. Okay( QUESTION),what about those that have been...
by Melvin Porter 7 years ago
Mexico is seeking new ways to end years of violence due to the illegal drug activities in the country. Mexico is waiting to see if Californians approve an initiative on Nov. 2 to legalize marijuana for recreational use in their state. If Californians vote yes on this Mexico may do the same...
by Castlepaloma 4 years ago
No country has yet legalized marijuana, almost half of the world’s 147 nations have, to some extent, decriminalized it. Most people In North American are in favors of legalization, most politicians do not, since America’s 1937 worldwide legalizing.. Most powerful groups of enforcement agencies...
by Riece 7 years ago
I personally think it is ridiculous that it's not allowed. But according to polls the majority disagree with me! Surely there must be somebody on here that favors the outlawing of marijuana. Tell me why!
by Paul Wingert 6 years ago
Is there any good reason why marijuana is illegal? The reasons why it was outlawed in the first place is totally ridiculous. Pot does have medical uses -ask anyone going through chemo, nausea, etc. Queen Victoria ate marijuana baked in pastries for mental cramps in the mid 1800's. By legalizing...
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