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ONAC, wtf IS real here. A bros comment (This is what he saw and heard ).. ✌️🌲🔥

ONAC, wtf IS real here. A bros comment (This is what he saw and heard ).. ✌️🌲🔥

Jr Hannafin

Commentng on an article about the Native American “church” (pre”tendian”) situation at ONAC Sugarleaf Rasta et al entitled

oNAC Mother Church trying to clean up

“The following email was set to Sachem Graves PRIOR to KM's decision to put our Mother Church on notice that we distrust them. We felt that we should go ahead and share it with you now so you're aware of what's in the works and planed for all ONAC churches future:”

(Originally published nov 13, 2017)

I sat in a room two years ago with an ONAC representative and heard a sales pitch for a church. Five grand, he said, and you will be legally covered under ONAC's legally recognised and supreme court victory enshrined rights to use and distribute peyote, ayahuasca, and cannabis sacraments. Buy into our church, he said, and you will have a virtual license to exchange cannabis for donations legally and without fear of arrest, so long as we followed a particular set of guidelines. I asked some hard questions at that meeting, and did some looking into the true legal status of ONAC.

What I found was that ONAC had a single court victory, over a case in which founder Mooney was charged with peyote distribution and mounted a religious defense. He won the right for ONAC to use peyote among its members, but only within the state of UTAH. He did not advance his case to the federal level, and thus never got the same acknowledgement of rights from the federal government. They had no legally recognised right to use peyote outside of utah, and no legally recognised right to authorize others to do so either.

Yet that is what they sold, a legally recognised right to use and distribute schedule one substances, and the promise of legal assistance if any police didn't follow the law and allow it. "Your membership card puts police on notice immediately" they told us... This is what people paid five thousand dollars for. They claimed that their court victory gave them the right to sell the right to use and distribute not only peyote, but any natural sacrament including cannabis, san pedro cactus, ayahuasca, and psilocybe mushrooms.

Two years ago they were going around selling licences to deal drugs, and whenever someone got busted, it was always the same, the old faith-healer's dodge "You didn't follow the instructions and so our promise of protection is void", just a variation of "your faith wasn't strong enough and thats why you weren't healed". Mooney used this dodge on his own son.

http://sandiegoherb.com/?p=1762

General Strike USA: Ahimsa In Action

General Strike USA: Ahimsa In Action

The infrastructure of the internet itself is currently compromised, controlled via monetization, by whoever pays for the clicks. On any platform. Rubles talk. Loud. And you, many of us, buy this crap as if it’s normal.
it ain’t.

☮️
Herbfolks.org calls for a peaceful Ahimsa based, General Strike to save humanity from Trumpism, a scourge as fetid as ISIS.

💚

- we must increase the peace with herb & compassion
- we are dedicated to the magic plant cannabis and all Her(b) Folks


A general strike (or mass strike) is a strike action in which a substantial proportion of the total labour force in a city, region, or country participates. General strikes are characterised by the participation of workers in a multitude of workplaces, and tend to involve entire communities. General strikes first occurred in the mid-19th century, and have characterised many historically important strikes.

California’s Cannabis Priestess Arrested on Felony Charge | Leafly

Peter Hecht, former political writer and Los Angeles bureau chief for the Sacramento Bee, has been reporting on cannabis since 2009. His coverage has been honored for explanatory reporting in the "Best of the West" journalism awards and earned an Excellence in Journalism prize from the Northern California Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Hecht is the author of the book “Weed Land: Inside America’s Marijuana Epicenter and How Pot Went Legit.”

The Startup Years
As Eddy sat in stir, Heidi founded and grew her own successful business. She saw how medical marijuana calmed her own PTSD, and recognized an opportunity to help others and create a thriving business. Her Sugarleaf Consulting firm drafted paperwork to organize some 200 cannabis producers as non-profit mutual benefit corporations that operated as patient collectives under California’s medical marijuana law.

...

“She is tricking property owners,” said James. “She is convincing them she can protect them. And she is attempting to practice law without a license.”
“When she can’t protect them, they are stuck with hundreds of thousands of dollars in code violations or criminal violations,” James added.

Source: California's Cannabis Priestess Arrested on Felony Charge | Leafly

Seed To Sale: How Will San Diego Treat The Cannabis ‘Supply Chain?’

September 6, 2017 1:29 p.m.
Seed To Sale: How Will San Diego Treat The Cannabis 'Supply Chain?'

GUEST:

Kimberly R. Simms, attorney, Law Offices of Kimberly R. Simms

Related Story: Seed To Sale: How Will San Diego Treat The Cannabis 'Supply Chain?'
Transcript:
This is a rush transcript created by a contractor for KPBS to improve accessibility for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. Please refer to the media file as the formal record of this interview. Opinions expressed by guests during interviews reflect the guest’s individual views and do not necessarily represent those of KPBS staff, members or its sponsors.
This is KPBS Midday Edition. I am Maureen Cavanaugh. San Diego has permitted over a dozen medical marijuana dispensaries. Some businesses could sell recreational marijuana as well. Where does that marijuana come from? How does it get on the shelf? The city Council will consider regulations for the so-called marijuana supply chain. That is cultivation, manufacturer, testing, and distribution. Andrew Bowen says millions of dollars are at stake.

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What’s Rasta and Who Cares?

What’s Rasta and Who Cares?

- is there ONE definition of Rasta?
- who says?
- who gives a fuck?

- churchin’

http://sandiegoherb.com/?p=2024

Any fucks given?
Rastafari originated among impoverished and socially disenfranchised Afro-Jamaican communities in 1930s Jamaica. Its Afrocentric ideology was largely a reaction against Jamaica's then-dominant British colonial culture. It was influenced by both Ethiopianism and the Back-to-Africa movement promoted by black nationalist figures like Marcus Garvey.

Rastafari, sometimes termed Rastafarianism, is an Abrahamic religion. Classified as a new religious movement, it developed in Jamaica during the 1930s. It lacks any centralised authority and there is much heterogeneity among practitioners, who are known as Rastafari, Rastafarians, or Rastas.

Rastafari refer to their beliefs, which are based on a specific interpretation of the Bible, as "Rastalogy". Central is a monotheistic belief in a single God—referred to as Jah—who partially resides within each individual. The former emperor of Ethiopia, Haile Selassie, is given central importance. Many Rastas regard him as an incarnation of Jah on Earth and as the Second Coming of Christ. Others regard him as a human prophet who fully recognised the inner divinity within every individual. Rastafari is Afrocentric and focuses its attention on the African diaspora, which it believes is oppressed within Western society, or "Babylon". Many Rastas call for the resettlement of the African diaspora in either Ethiopia or Africa more widely, referring to this continent as the Promised Land of "Zion". Other interpretations shift focus on to the adoption of an Afrocentric attitude while living outside of Africa. Rastas refer to their practices as "livity". Communal meetings are known as "groundations", and are typified by music, chanting, discussions, and the smoking of cannabis, the latter being regarded as a sacrament with beneficial properties. Rastas place emphasis on what they regard as living 'naturally', adhering to ital dietary requirements, allowing their hair to form into dreadlocks, and following patriarchal gender roles.

Sugarleaf et al: Important Public Service Announcement

Sugarleaf et al: Important Public Service Announcement

 What's real, grasshopper? Use your mind.

Selling Rasta/Native church franchises is silly and dangerous. Lame shit. That’s what Heddy is accused of.  It’s obviously a money hustle but is it more?  Can you say MK Ultra grasshopper?

Keeping guns with herb is a setup for disaster. And wrong. What’s at the root of Eddy & Heidi’s interest in Rasta and or Native American spirituality? Why are they abusing our actual first amendment rights regarding our sacred plant cannabis.? Is it simply commerce. Or something more complicated and sinister perchance.

Like rust, the government never sleeps. Can you say cointelpro? 

Project MKUltra, also called the CIA's mind control program, is the code name given to a program of experiments on human subjects, at times illegal, designed and undertaken by the United States Central Intelligence Agency.[1] Experiments on humans were intended to identify and develop drugs and procedures to be used in interrogations and torture, in order to weaken the individual to force confessions through mind control. Organized through the Scientific Intelligence Division of the CIA, the project coordinated with the Special Operations Division of the U.S. Army's Chemical Corps.[2]

In 1977, a Freedom of Information Act request uncovered a cache of 20,000 documents relating to project MKUltra, which led to Senate hearings later that same year.[4][17] In July 2001, some surviving information regarding MKUltra was declassified.

Forty-four American colleges or universities, 15 research foundations or chemical or pharmaceutical companies including Sandoz (now Novartis) and Eli Lilly and Company, 12 hospitals or clinics (in addition to those associated with universities), and three prisons are known to have participated in MKUltra.[18][19]

Virgin Birth? Male Scam Of Scams!

Virgin Birth? Male Scam Of Scams!

From Salon.com

This article originally appeared on AlterNet.

By Valery Tarico
Most Americans, even many who are not very religious, look forward to Christmas as a time to celebrate warmth, friendship, generosity and good cheer. Familiar festivities weave together stories and traditions from many cultures, which makes it easy to find something for everyone. But maybe it’s time to look a little closer at the Christmas story itself.
i and i love

In the story, an angel appears to a virgin girl, announcing that she will conceive a baby boy. Her fiancé Joseph decides to stick with her only because her baby bump is of divine origins. The author of Luke makes a point of telling us that he refrains from sex with her till after the baby Jesus is born. All of this emphasis on Mary’s sexual history, or rather lack thereof, sends a message that can be shaming and harmful: Only an unbedded, unsullied, unused female—a virgin—could be good enough to birth a perfect child, the son of God.

Virginity Equals Purity! ........

Mind you, Christianity is not the only religion that has assigned such extraordinary status to the pristine vagina or, conversely, treated female sexuality as something lesser or tainted. For example, Buddha’s mother Maya, called the “best of all women,” becomes pregnant after a god in a dream enters her womb from the side. Adding insult to injury, Buddhism tells us that a

“Bodisat leaves his mother’s womb erect and unsoiled, like a preacher descending from a pulpit or a man from a ladder, erect, stretching out his hands and feet, unsoiled by any impurities from contact with his mother’s womb, pure and fair, and shining like a gem placed on fine muslin of Benares.” — Mahapadana-sutra, Digha ii. 12

In the Ancient Near East, the birthplace of Christianity, some cultures saw the woman’s body as a vessel for a baby, which grew from the seed of a man or sometimes a supernatural being, much as a seed might grow in the earth. In this way of thinking, heroes and powerful men must have come from divine seed, and claims of a sexless conception underscored their supernatural origins. The Pharaoh Amenhotep III, Perseus, Romulus . . . even Augustus, Pythagoras, and Alexander the Great all were the subject of miraculous birth claims.

Mama’s Baby, Papa’s Maybe ... Read all of this brilliant lady's stuff at her web site, if you want a bit more enlightenment this time around the wheel, grasshoppers!

grandpa dale in the 'hood

ps: woman = godhead, for real! The (Life) Force is strong with women, all of them, listen up menfolk, school is in session. And shut the eff up 'bout your need for guns to show how strong you are, that's a bunch of crap. Stand on the 1st Amendment with us, the peaceful people of the plant and call bullshit on the msyoginistic (mainly religious) haters. Om Out!

 

 

I’m an outlaw too

I’m an outlaw too

“I’m an outlaw on the brink of Self-implosion Alone in a crowd on the corner In my walkman in a snowglobe

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