Cannabis Found In Ancient Grave! Groundbreaking New Archaeological Find.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/10/marijuana-cannabis-pot-weed-burial-shroud-china-ancient-discovery-scythians-turpan-archaeology-botany/

Amazing! What now very clearly appears to be a 2000+ year old ancient grave in China had a burial shroud of freshly cut cannabis placed on the body. This is the first time such a find has ever been recorded. This does not appear to be Hemp but what we would call today medical or sacramental cannabis because it is grown for its high thc content and not its fiber or nutritious content. Historians like myself have been waiting for exactly such a discovery for decades.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/10/06/496879368/trove-of-cannabis-plants-found-in-ancient-tomb-in-china

 

ancient cannabis
ancient cannabis in Scythian Grave

We now have the proof to the truths we have been claiming for so long and been dismissed by the mainstream society. Thanks to the work of so many professionals we are finally lifting the veil of ignorance and hidden history of cannabis in the world. Once again, in case anyone missed it…

CANNABIS IS AN ORIGINAL CHRISTIAN SACRAMENT!

THEY HAVE BEEN LYING ABOUT IT FOR YEARS!

IT IS THE MAIN ACTIVE INGREDIENT IN THE HOLY ANOINTING OIL AND HOLY INCENSE OF THE ANCIENT HEBREWS AND CHRISTIANS

CANNABIS HAS BEEN INTEGRAL TO OUR HUMAN EXPERIENCE AND CIVILIZED SOCIETY.

MODERN CHRISTIANS WONT ADMIT IT BECAUSE THEY HAVE BEEN DUPED FOR SO LONG

THE CONTINUED AMERICAN DENIAL OF THE INDIVIDUAL RIGHT TO CANNABIS USE IN A SPIRITUAL OR RELIGIOUS CONTEXT IS AND ALWAYS HAS BEEN UNCONSTITUTIONAL!

Imagine being lied to so thoroughly that your own religion becomes a lie?

Kaneh Bosm, Kaneh Bosem, Keneh Bosm, Keneh Bosem, Qeneh Bosm, Qneh Busma

 

Our cannabis community is owed an apology from every Christian that made the claim that Cannabis is from the devil and is against a Christian lifestyle. This always was a lie. It is from God, and enhances ones relationship with God. Read a bible if you still have a problem with it.

Chief

Massachusetts ,California, and Arizona Legalize!

Congratulations Folks!!!

Legalization is here!

Question #4 The Tax and regulate Marijuana Act has now passed!

Finally the people of the commonwealth have been enlightened on the cannabis question and we all may now move on to increased consciousness in all endeavors.

Thank you to all of those that have voted Yes for Question #4!

You are heroes!

BostonCannabis.Info will continue to educate the local public on all things Cannabis; and continue to hold our elected officials feet to the fire on issues relevant to the community.

Cannabis can lead people to a deeper understanding of life and their own consciousness. I am encouraged that cannabis will aid our nations healing and lead to increased social consciousness.

Lets have a fantastic and safe year moving forward friends.

Chief

Please text or call 9617)340-9338 to speak with Chief or members of Bostoncannabis.Info and Mass Bay Cannabis 

National Guard and State Police Team Up And Confiscate Marijuana Plant from 81 Year Old Woman.

 

AMHERST, Mass. – The Massachusetts National Guard and State Police reportedly joined forces to seize a single marijuana plant from an 81-year-old woman.

That’s right folks. Our tax dollars are still hard at work not working for us! How can law enforcement defend this behavior? They wont. They cant. Kinda like how Donald Trump’s behavior cant be defended. Its a similar attitude and culture that we see in both situations.

 

http://www.fox25boston.com/news/mass-national-guard-state-police-raid-81-year-old-womans-home-to-seize-pot-plant/454037484

Thurgood Marshall’s Prescient Warning: Don’t Gut the 4th Amendment – The Atlantic

His dissent in a 1989 case stated that “today’s decision will reduce the privacy all citizens may enjoy.” And so it has.

Source: Thurgood Marshall’s Prescient Warning: Don’t Gut the 4th Amendment – The Atlantic

Just more proof that the Drug War is like the War on Terror in that it has been eroding our rights and freedoms away since its inception. Don’t take my word for it!  The first African-American Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshal is saying the same thing here, that the drug war erodes our rights! So many people have claimed that the drug war does not erode our rights… Those people are simply wrong.

Anytime any politician speaks of any type of war we should all tremble at the long history of using wars and war terminology to dismiss the rights of citizens.

Chief

Why Is Marijuana Banned? The Real Reasons Are Worse Than You Think

Source: Why Is Marijuana Banned? The Real Reasons Are Worse Than You Think

Racism, Greed, Ignorance, Corruption… take your pick. Don’t believe me? Click the above link. Red Pill? or Blue Pill?

 

The history of cannabis prohibition is pretty dirty stuff. It was NEVER about public safety unless you think like they did back then, and are terrified of Blacks and Mexicans in general or of them sleeping with white women?

If you can answer yes to any of the following questions then you may get where they were coming from back then. Racism, Corruption, Greed, and Ignorance.

Is African-American music satanic?

Does Marijuana cause white women to seek the company of negroes? And Darkies to seek out white women?

Is Marijuana an addictive drug which produces in its users insanity, criminality, and death?

Does Reefer (cannabis,marijuana)make darkies think they’re as good as white men?

Does Marihuana lead to pacifism and communist brainwashing?

Does marijuana make you likely to kill your own brother?

Is marijuana the most violence-causing drug in the history of mankind?

Is the English word assassin derived from the word hashishan?

Does Marihuana make fiends of boys in thirty days?

Does Hashish goad users to bloodlust?

 

Likely to murder your brother or a pacifist communist? Which one is it? It was never either of course. Just more lies courtesy of the US Govt.

These questions were all taken from direct quotes and statements from Harry J. Anslinger the first US Drug Czar. He popularized the term Marijuana (it was previously known as cannabis by most Americans hence the need for his name change to lie about it.)and began a long campaign of lies to demonize drugs and the people who choose to medicate with them.

He held his job for 30 years and spewed filthy racist lies throughout his career to make the public believe that drugs are a public menace and exported his American Racism throughout the world with his drug policies aimed at controlling ethnic populations.

Its disgusting and I have personally NEVER heard or seen a public official attempt to defend the drug war after being confronted with any of these statements above but the policies of our war on drugs were derived from this thinking, and continue to support it.

Drugs are no way as bad or dangerous as they would have you believe. They were irrationally scared of black people and Mexicans back then! That was the only so-called danger. These were people of the times when they lynched blacks for sport! They wanted to criminalize people for taking medicine.

BostonCannabis.Info on Boston Politics – local talk radio w Pastor Hobbs and Pastor Wall

 

 

I have been following this local Boston program every week to stay up on local politics. They were gracious enough to invite me to call in and share some info about cannabis with their audience. I appreciate the opportunity and look forward to helping out in a similar capacity whenever needed. Folks are talking about cannabis and there is a void of mainstream info about cannabis. That’s where BostonCannabis.Info fits in!

 

Chief

P.S. Its a great local show that encourages community participation. The station is operated by a church so its family friendly! Leave it on all day and catch some news that you wont here on other local channels. They have had more local politicians and community leaders on their little channel in one month then you will catch in one year of trying to catch Urban Update on WHDH or Cityline on WCVB! Yes, even Basic Black has much to learn from the accessible Boston Politics format.

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This is your Bill of Rights…on Drugs | American Civil Liberties Union

You probably remember the good ole’ frying pan, fried egg, fried brain anti-drug commercial from back in the day. If taking a good beating from a frying pan is what happens to your brain on drugs, you should check out what’s happened to your Bill of Rights on drugs. Almost 40 years ago, perhaps sparking the Bush team’s bright idea to declare a “war on terror,” President Nixon declared a “war on drugs.”

By the time George Bush Sr. entered the White House in 1989, a Washington Post-ABC News Poll found that 62 percent of Americans would be willing to give up a few of their freedoms in order to fight the war on drugs. And Uncle Sam has been more than willing to take them up on it. Most of the court cases within the past 40 years that have methodically abridged individual rights like freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures and property rights, have all concerned drugs. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall even coined a term for the growing practice of sacrificing constitutional rights in the name of the fighting drugs: the “drug exception.”

It seems appropriate on this Constitution Day to take a few moments to mourn all that we’ve lost from the Bill of Rights and the Constitution due to these “drug exceptions:” Freedom from Unreasonable Search and Seizure: Perhaps the big loser of all has been the Fourth Amendment, which limits the power of the government to enter and search one’s private property. Think about it: Unlike other crimes, drug offenses do not often have complaining witnesses (i.e.: people who come forward to request police assistance). The parties who use, sell or manufacture drugs are consenting participants who likely wish to hide their drug activity. In order to unearth drug crimes, the police must engage in wiretapping, surveillance, undercover operations, the use of confidential informants, entrapment by offering to buy or sell drugs, and countless other practices that strike at the heart of what the Fourth Amendment is all about.

In the name of the drug war, courts have allowed suspicionless drug testing of wide swaths of students and private employees, and the State of Michigan almost got away with conducting random drug testing of welfare recipients. The incidence of surprise, paramilitary-style raids on people’s homes – and courts’ approval of them – in the name of routine drug policing has skyrocketed in recent years. Similarly, courts have repeatedly given the stamp of approval to the ever-increasing use of police drug dogs to search homes, cars, bags and people. Freedom of Speech: When it comes to speaking out against the government’s drug policy, the right to free speech has also fallen prey to the drug war. In 2007, the U.S. Supreme Court carved out a “drug exception” to one of the most central tenets of free speech jurisprudence: the government cannot discriminate on the basis of the viewpoints being expressed in speech.

In Morse v. Frederick the Court ruled that a student’s speech could be censored at a school-related event (even outside the school), not because it was disruptive or because it provoked imminent lawlessness, but because it contained the word “bong.” The Court drew on other drug-related precedent to find that when it comes to students in the school context (and even students who are near a school, as in this case), the government can make exceptions to free speech rights when it comes to speech about drugs. Freedom of Religion: In a 1990 case brought by Native Americans who use peyote for religious purposes, the U.S. Supreme Court shunned the longstanding rules protecting the free exercise of religion and ruled that all religious practices give way to the general laws of the land – in this case drug laws. In response, Congress passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) which restored the rights of people to participate in religious activities even when their practices appear to be in tension with other laws.

The U.S. Supreme Court subsequently struck down RFRA protections as applied to state laws so that when state laws and religious practices conflict, the state laws essentially win out. The silver lining, however, is that courts have ruled that RFRA protections remain intact in matters of federal law, such as in the case of Gonzales v. UDV (involving a church’s use of ayuhausca tea as part of its ritual, in conflict with federal drug laws) and Guam v. Guerrero (involving Rastafarians’ religious use of marijuana, in conflict with federal drug laws).  Currently, courts are considering the legality of the Church of Cognizance’s religious use of marijuana. Right to Vote: Because the laws of many states continue to deny voting rights to those with current or prior felony convictions – many of them for drug offenses – an entire class of citizens has been shut out of the democratic process. To da

Source: This is your Bill of Rights…on Drugs | American Civil Liberties Union

 

The shame and disgrace of the drug war is so evident… Between the Patriot Act and our  Drug War policies there is so little left of The Bill Of Rights. We will only be able to honestly claim 2 or 3 of the lesser 10 Amendments for our protection in Bill of Rights. Not enough left to wipe your ass with!