Saturday, 10 May 2014


We all know for a fact that there ARE many valid uses for Cannabis, we also know that the abuse of Cannabis is just as well known, but beyond the pros & cons debate, when I first raised the specter of 'look into who is behind this global legalization campaign' ...many dismissed me as 'delving into conspiracy nonsense again'....but as before, where I suspect smoke - always a fire is eventually discovered.

Just as Monsanto has done for other natural and important crops, they will do the same for Cannabis, and if not stopped - the ONLY Cannabis available legally eventually will be what THEY created in a lab...all profits be unto them and their God - the Almighty dollar! 

U.S. corporation Monsanto plans to launch production of genetically modified marijuana, and companies such as Drug Policy Alliance y Open Society Foundation are going to create their own brand, which will be produced under 'Cannabis', says information portal La Red 21.
The Organization of Open Society Foundation is under the control of the shareholder Monsanto, via billionaire George Soros. Company Drug Policy Alliance y Open Society Foundation, funded by Monsanto will be responsible for market development of transgenic seeds of marijuana, particularly in Uruguay.

Uruguay - was the first country in the world to officially legalize the production and sale of marijuana. Initiator of the law was the leadership of the State, headed by President Jose Mujica. According to authorities, a guarantee of success in Uruguay marijuana legalization will be state regulation of prices for hemp.

There are many reasons why Monsanto and other companies producing GMOs would like to acquire a new product. Marijuana may be the next major GMO crop. First of all, the company plans to produce GMO manipulated so-called "medical marijuana".
If pharmacists join with GMO companies, the pharmaceutical mafia can create transgenic strains with the ability to produce more active compounds which are patented and can be implemented as a medicine.

It is also worth noting that former strategic director Jamin Shively of Microsoft also announced that it plans to patent in the U.S. as the first national brand under which will be produced hemp imported from Mexico. The new company is based in Seattle.
The businessman said that the initial funding for the project is US$10 million to start the company's products - which will be distributed only in two U.S. states initially, but at the request of Shively: "We will seek to ensure that 40% of cannabis sold in the world will be in our hands."

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