Professor Hemp accuses
President Bush of Domestic Terrorism and dedicates a song to Rainbow Farm
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Hello. I am Professor Hemp, the author of "New Age Patriot" Magazine and the
Webmaster for my current projects - the "New Age Citizen" Website and the New
"New Age Citizen" Diskweb, which contains the entire contents of NAP Magazine
and much more. If you want to understand Professor Hemp's ideas on Drug Policy,
and related issues, the Diskweb covers it all, as his positions have remained
largely unchanged since day one.
I wanted to take this opportunity to do 2 things:
(1) Discuss the next project for "New Age Citizen" which will be known as the
"Marijuana Re-Legalization Policy (MRP) Project".
(2) Dedicate a short musical invention to Tom Crosslin and his partner Rollie,
who were both murdered by our government, the Bush Administration, for
championing the cause of Marijuana Reform.
First let me discuss the MRP:
"The most important aspect to any reform in Cannabis law needs to minimally
allow non-commercial cultivation, by adults above the age of 18, to be done
without any form of government taxation or interference."
That is MRP in a
nutshell. NAC will be encouraging activists around the world to make sure their
respective drug laws meet this minimum standard which will ultimately insure
that no one, including the government, will ever make obscene profits from the
cultivation of Marijuana.
Now onto my musical offering "Rainbow Farm." A week before the Terrorism of
"911" the Bush Administration was responsible for what I also consider to be an
act of Domestic Terrorism, against American citizens. During a 5-day period over
100 local, state and federal law enforcement officials were sent to "Rainbow
Farm" where numerous nonviolent events were held to promote the Re-Legalization
of Marijuana. I had spoken at a couple of "Rainbow Farm" events. Ultimately the
Bush Administration murdered "Rainbow Farm" owner Tom Crosslin and his partner
Rollie, essentially for illegally growing Marijuana. No one should ever die for
growing a plant.
As you listen to this short instrumental I would like you to take a moment to
think about what you can do to make sure that, in the future, no one else has to
ever die, be imprisoned, or even get a ticket for merely growing or smoking one
of the safest therapeutically active plants known to mankind. Of course I am
speaking about Cannabis, or as others like to call it -- Marijuana.
Here is the song, "Rainbow Farm", dedicated to the memories of Tom and
[Song] Move cursor over video to start play.
Let's work together, over the next couple of years, to put an end to Marijuana