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LA Prohibition Mayor Anton Re-Empowers the Capone’s of Pot – Hemp Industry and Exocannabinoid Advocates to Riot
LA Prohibition County Mayor Antonovich To Re-Empower the Al Capone’s of Pot – Hemp Industry and Exocannabinoid Patients and Researchers to Riot
Freedom Under Attack – L.A. County moves to ban medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated areas - Antonovich and LA County BoS-es Ban Successful Industry for ‘Fear of Robbery’ and to Keep Crime Down.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has moved toward enacting a complete ban on flourishing businesses that may be targets of robbery in a Depressionary economy in the unincorporated areas of the county. Loss of industry and Freedom will remove new tax dollars, jobs, local economy growth, industry development and lawful regulation back to a criminalized industry of the Black market whereby the most criminal not the most friendly, clean and efficiant are empowered.
In a unanimous vote, the supervisors directed county staff to prepare an ordinance banning pot dispensaries. Mike Antonovich is the author of a motion to Criminalize Medical exo-cannabinoid Clinics. This would criminalize the regulated commerce of prescribed and controlled distribution as well as agricultural processing and development.
As the County board of supervisors he is the acting city council and now mayor for the unincorporated communities many different cities and independent individuals of Los Angeles County in this Decision. Spearheading the decision of Prohibition for all of the people in the unincorporated areas that exo-cannabinoids and the Hemp industry in general is not welcome in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County’s Economy. “It leaves the unincorporated portion vulnerable,” said Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, author of the motion. The board, he said, needs to protect residents’ “safety and property values.”
Antonovich believes this Industry is Dangerous on its face and the Unincorporated communities and population of LA County are in danger from it.
Attorney Tulane M. Peterson, added: “This is a public safety issue. It is not a debate over the medical properties of a drug.” An official with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said pot-dispensing locations tend to draw crime and violence. “(Dispensaries) are turning a lot of money and have attracted the attention of armed robbers,” Assistant District Attorney Jacquelyn Lacey said.
How Did we Get Here?
After WW1 W.G. Harding was going to return the United States to Pre-War conditions by removing the War or Maritime measures and Institutions. In War time curtain rights can be violated and infringements into the economy were temporarily authorized, Harding wanted a return to Normalcy, a ramping down of the Wartime Policey State.
After Harding’s sudden death the return to Normalcy was lost, most of the Federal War time Policies, subsidies, tariffs, institutions and departments became permanent fixtures in the American tapestry of Federal Institutional Heraldry.
Due to The Charter Mongering consolidation (Most of the major Corporations in the nation had relocated to New Jersey in the decade before the war) and the creation of the Federal Reserve that had taken place just before the Great War; the nation was primed for massive centralization and consolidation.
In order to Secure this newly Consolidate setup, Harding’s Return to Normalcy had to be removed, The New Federal Regulations were needed to be permanently Institutionalized (war time tariffs, subsidies etc. to protect monopoly holds).
Once this was done a bubble needed to be created to consolidate and liquefy the wealth that was still outside of this new system.
In the 20’s we had Families that had owned land for 50-100 years that invested in this new debt speculation system and Lost their Homestead and Their Posterities Savings in the Glass-Stiegel Like Speculation crash.
Federal Police Enforcement of Prohibitions on Alcohol and Drugs allowed the empowerment of mafia crime and fraud into business (with black market, mark-up, artificial bubbles and lawlessness rewarded) as well as local, state and federal government corruption.
We never found Normalcy, never ended prohibition and criminal cartel empowerment and never a return to a Government of State Over Federal for Individual Over All.
Everyone had bought in to the System, the Depression Hit and the 100 year old family farm went to Mr. Potter at the Bank. Farms were seized over any infraction or often outright foreclosure Fraud, the government and Banks Just Seized Property. It was a national emergency, It was an Economic War. A Buying War, A Policy War, A War for Public Opinion, A Propaganda War. And the Goal, the Enemy? Kill the Competition and the competition was the individual private producer. We were all number, tagged, tracked and enlisted into this management system, so that we could be tracked and managed. Which is UN Constitutional, UN Natural and UN Moral. It is Personal Control From Afar, Remote Rulership, and Centralized Global Governance.
Plastics out of soybeans? 1928-29?
“I may have a job for you, that is, unless you’re still married to that broken-down building and loan. Ha, ha, ha. It’s the biggest thing since radio and I’m lettin’ you in on the ground floor.”
Will you tell that guy I’m giving him the chance of a lifetime? You hear – the chance of a lifetime.
“Now, you listen to me! I don’t want any plastics, and I don’t want any ground floors, and I don’t want to get married – ever – to anyone! You understand that? I want to do what I want to do. And you’re…and you’re…”
Since 1914 Individual States and Communities had the Big Business Money Trust working the individual legislatures to issue total prohibition of intrastate Hemp, Drug and Alcohol Industries. Social Reform Through Prohibition was a Red Herring
Hemp was big competition and threatened the big business’ of petroleum, cotton, soybean and lumber, especially with Mechanical advances in processing and technology.
Hemp Cellulose –
- Higher Per Acre Yield than Corn,
- Higher Quality, Cleaner Cellulose
- Much Lower Water, No Pesticide, Min. Soil Nutrient Depletion
Hemp Protein –
- Higher protein yield per acre than soybean
- Most Complete plant Protein contains all 21 known amino acids (soybean imbalanced amino acids, Hemp no increased estrogen production)
- Much Lower Water, No Pesticide, Min. Soil Nutrient Depletion
Hemp Fiber –
- Higher Per Acre Yield than Cotton
- Over 24” average fiber length (cotton average over 3”)
- Strength of fiber is 20x-100x stronger
- Much Lower Water, No Pesticide, Min. Soil Nutrient Depletion
- Material Development potential surpasses cotton into Structural Hemp vs Steel (lighter, stronger, cleaner, cheaper) for Automotive or Construction industries
Hemp Bio Mass –
- Higher per acre yield than Crab/Blue weed Grass
- Density and Carbon Highest yield of Any Weed
- Equivalent Water Needs, No Pesticide, Min. Soil Nutrient Depletion
Industrial Hemp can be very Small Scale with Extremely High output, in almost any terrain or climate, minimum/low water crop, that can be fully processed on site. A single plant can be processed for Cellulose from the core of the stalk, Protein from the seed, Fiber from the sheath of the stalk, Bio Mass from the stems and leaves.
This Entire Industry has been intentionally bared from American Life and World Commodity Markets, at the profit and for corporations that pollute to Kill Us and Kill Us to control us.
It is all Still Happening again and again the same way Today and what is Left of Value, Liberty, Freedom, Production and Life in the ‘private’ business sector is under it’s final attack.
- Small Insurance co-ops and Independent/Alternative Method Doctors – Big Corporate Insurance and Health Care wrote the Obama Care Bill/ Obama can Issue Insurance requirement waivers to big business (Teachers Union, McDonald’s, WalMart, Target, etc)
- Small Farms and Independent Food/Vitamin Processors – Big Agra and Big Global Corporations wrote Food Modernization Act. Making it illegal for any Individual’s to process, buy, sell, trade or give away private garden produce and also spent tens of millions on congress in the few months leading up to the Lame Duck Session alone.
- Alternative Online Networks and Information Outlets – Main Stream Media and Global Communications Corporations wrote the Communications Act of 1996, the Millennium ‘Dream’ Copyright Act of 2000 and now the Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act COICA. Allowing warrantless, unilateral removal of a crimeless website from America’s World Wide (except for the USA) Web.
- Homeowners and Personal Private investments – Central Banks, Real Estate Lenders and Wall Street/Global Bet Hedge Funds wrote the financial regulations and have received Immunity for blanket Fraud.
28 trillion has been stolen by the private Federal Reserve Bank paid to these very same ‘special interest’ groups and with the desired and stated intention of consolidation and bankrupting the American People, we are being fleeced into more slavery.
97% of all the Federal Reverse ‘bailout’ went to fortune 500 offshore corporations inline with that agenda. Every ‘Dollar’ that the Fed’s Bank is giving to select corporations and offshore banks is a Tax Debt Note Obligation that the Private Federal Reserve Bank is Unilaterally and Secretly Attempting to Make the Citizens of America (and the next 10 generations) Obligated and Enslaved to pay.
And those family homes and savings are being fraudulently foreclosed on.
We do not owe this fraudulent Criminal Debt.
We must Remove the Lien that has been placed on the UnaLienable Human Lives of Every Person Under this Anti-Liberty Beast Machine.
War is a Racket.
Attention to Those that Reached Adulthood Between 1970-2010, they put a spell on you and we have been Under Attack and become – Generation Hypocrisy
Willie Nelson– 2008
Border Wars with Mexico
North American Theater of War
Antonovich and LA County BoS-es Ban Successful Industry for ‘Fear of Robbery’ and to Keep Crime Down.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has moved toward enacting a complete ban on flourishing businesses that may be targets of robbery in a Depressionary economy in the unincorporated areas of the county.
Loss of industry will remove new tax dollars, jobs, local economy growth, industry development and lawful regulation of an industry currently run by criminals.
In a unanimous vote, the supervisors directed county staff to prepare an ordinance banning pot dispensaries. The ordinance would first need to be considered by the Regional Planning Commission and then by the Board of Supervisors, a process that would probably take at least three or four months.
Mike Antonovich is the author of a motion to Criminalize Medical exo-cannabinoid Clinics. This would criminalize the regulated commerce of prescribed and controlled distribution as well as agricultural processing and development.
As the County board of supervisors he is the acting city council for the unincorporated communities of Los Angeles County in this Decision. Spearheading the decision of Prohibition for all of the people in the unincorporated areas that exo-cannabinoids and the Hemp industry in general is not welcome in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County’s Economy.
“It leaves the unincorporated portion vulnerable,” said Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, author of the motion. The board, he said, needs to protect residents’ “safety and property values.”
Antonovich believes this Industry is Dangerous on its face and the Unincorporated communities and population of LA County are in danger from it.
Attorney Tulane M. Peterson, added: “This is a public safety issue. It is not a debate over the medical properties of a drug.” An official with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said pot-dispensing locations tend to draw crime and violence.
“(Dispensaries) are turning a lot of money and have attracted the attention of armed robbers,” Assistant District Attorney Jacquelyn Lacey said.
“Where there are armed robbers, there will be a loss of life. (The ordinance is) not a judgment on medical marijuana use, but saves the county residents from any crime that a dispensary would bring.”
Daryl Dittebrand, who lives in an unincorporated neighborhood near Arcadia, expressed opposition to a proposed medical marijuana dispensary 60 feet away from his home.”
I am fearful of what it’s going to do to my neighborhood. I’m afraid of the crime, and I’m afraid of the potential for armed robbery,” Dittebrand said.
The Increased Danger is robbery. A business that is highly successful in a down economy, that has cash, that has a product that can be sold easily. But Robbery is the danger. Does that mean that banks should not be allowed in Compton, South Central or we shouldn’t allow business because they could be Targets of Crime?
The “Increased Crime” is nearly all illegal possession and distribution of exo-cannabinoids. The Prohibition is the cause of “Criminal” increase. If we decriminalized possession of small amounts of exo-cannabinoids, while maintaining public safety with current DUI, Open Container (put it in the trunk) and Public Intoxication regulations, we would remove much of the Policing work and allow them to focus on the Armed Robbers.
The Job of Protecting the Private Property of the Community, Protecting the Safety of the Individual is not supposed to be achieved by limiting the actions of Society because of the actions of the criminals. It is to stop the Criminals.
While approving the motion, Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky expressed strong objections to rewriting a law he said worked.”
It takes anywhere from six months to a year to close one down that is started illegally,” Molina said, asking staff to come back with suggestions on speeding up enforcement.”
It’s the illegal ones that are driving everybody crazy,” Yaroslavsky said. “I’m just trying to understand if this is a motion in search of a problem,”
Barry Kramer, a medical cannabis patient who lives in L.A., urged supervisors to focus on targeting illegal clubs, rather than ones that want to operate legally.”
It’s not the ordinance that’s bad,” Kramer said. “They definitely don’t need to ban access to legitimate patients.”
An initiative passed in 1996 and a state law adopted in 2003 allows patients and caregivers to form collectives to cultivate marijuana, but cities and counties have considerable power to regulate where dispensaries can operate. Some dispensaries have filed court challenges to those regulations.
This is an affront to Individual Personal Private Choices and Decisions protected under the constitution and Endowed to every Natural Person. Belligerent Infringement and out right prohibition creates a criminal black-market and empower lawless cartels with monopoly power.
The protection of the public is in danger from not addressing violent robbery and criminalizing those under threat.
Vote out the Incumbents!
Vote in Local Protection, Vote for Public Servants that will stand with Interposition of Constitutional Violations. They must use the Authority that we give them to protect our life, liberty and property; under Justice, Honesty and Equity from all threats internal and external, foreign and domestic, state and federal.
Prohibition created and empowered the Mob. Prohibition only empowers the criminals and makes criminals of anyone who works with or for them (customers, distributors, drivers, farmers, contractors, etc)
Our economy is collapsing we can’t afford another person in the court system and Internment Prisons so instead; regulate, tax, research, develop, test and decriminalize Mexico’s Largest Cash Crop as Well as California’s.
Vote out the Incumbent and vote in what the people have already asked for but we can’t get, Let Los Angeles be a sanctuary County for Personal Freedom and Public Justice.
Schwarzenegger vetoes Hemp Farming Act, denies California farmers economic opportunity to grow high-demand industrial crop
AB1147 – co-authored by Assemblymen Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, and Chuck Devore, R-Irvine — sought to allow California to join the 30 other countries that allow hemp farming. Currently California state law does not differentiate between hemp crops and marijuana crops, so farmers have been hesitant to grow industrial hemp for fear of having their crops confiscated.
Schwarzenegger said in his veto message that although he wants to encourage new state agricultural production, there is no federal law distinguishing between hemp and marijuana.
“Unfortunately, I am very concerned that this bill would give legitimate growers a false sense of security and a belief that production of ‘industrial hemp’ is somehow a legal activity under federal law,” Schwarzenegger said.
AB1147 would have required farmers to submit to crop testing to guarantee that their variety of the cannabis plant was not a hallucinogenic form in return for not having their crops confiscated.
The governor’s veto was a case of politics sadly trumping science, sound public policy and an affront to Natural, Constitutional Law
California family farmers are being denied the greatest cash crop and has Created the Mafia Cartel Government and Economy of Mexico
Talking with Mike Antonovich
Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors
THE PROBLEMS as Mike Antonovich sees them
Mr. Antonovich: Within this County’s health care delivery system, illegals are being treated at a cost of nearly $500 million dollars a year. The cost alone to our Criminal Justice system for the 25 percent of the illegals that up the jail population exceeds 250 million dollars a year. Additionally, illegals collect over $264million in CALWORKS payments and $312 million in food stamp allocations These costs alone exceed one billion dollars annually – excluding the cost of education.
Nearly 100,000 children of 60,000 undocumented parents receive aid – for a total of 160,000 If incorporated into a city, it would be the 6th largest city in Los Angeles county Also, one in fifteen people in California is an illegal immigrant – costing our State $3 billion dollars annually.
The failure to control our borders and the lack of reimbursement from the state and federal government is breaking the back of local government These costs have impacted the economy, the social fiber and the effective operation of our County.”
THE SOLUTIONS that Mike Antonovich Proposes
Q: We see that Mexico is in civil war, and in the world economic crisis we see that Mexico reliant on 80% of it’s GDP dependant on United States purchases hit particularly hard.
With that situation we see the Political and Economic refugees from Mexico increasingly streaming into our Nation and now have lawlessness within our Republic’s boarder. What can be done here in LA county as well as by the United States to resolve these issues?
A: We need to develop a stable economy and reduce the exodus of Mexicans immigrating to America for jobs and opportunity,
Q: I absolutely agree that we need to remove the root causes of starvation, violence, corruption, instability and tyranny. We must remove the causes that are creating the political and economic refugees.
So how do we do this Mr. Antonavich?
A: The United States government needs to encourage Mexico to privatize their state-run oil company. Just as England and BP, China, the Eastern European nations and the Dominican Republic had economically benefited through the selling of their state-run companies and a market-based economy, Mexico can also grow economically through public-private partnerships to increase opportunity for their citizens.
Q: Isn’t protecting productivity and increasing opportunity achieved by securing and encouraging the right of the Individual to grow and retain their accomplishments and property, as the very pursuit of Happiness, Life, Liberty, Freedom and Equitable Justice for all People. That surely, is more important than selling the public domain corporate charters to multinational private corporations charters that do not have to answer to the people of Mexico, nor serve the public interest any longer, but in fact often work in direct opposition and detriment to the individual. This just to see some unmeasurable short term gain economically?
Q: Sorry, let’s just move along. As you had said we have a funding and regulation problem in our medical establishment, insurance and pharmaceutical industries alike, Not to mention a world wide depression. Setting aside the overall decline of general health, medical care and government failures in oversight to protect the public’s welfare in general (such as topical calcium fluoride vs ingested sodium fluoride in public water supplies or aspartame vs sugar) and increasing demand and strain on the system, what should we do to alleviate the strain that illegal immigrants (refugees) cause to our public and private health care?
A: I have recommended we establish a system of medical centers on the Mexican side of the border, staffed by American doctors and medical students along with Mexican doctors and students working cooperatively with local medical schools to provide service and share medical techniques while reducing the incentive for individuals to come here illegally.
Q: So you recommend that even though we can’t pay for the medical system that we have here in Los Angeles county, you want us to build an entirely new, additional medical system in Mexico?
A: Yes, we would need state and federal assistance.
Q: That sounds expensive.
A: Yes, but not so expensive, if it is done correctly and I think that it is worth it.
Q: I agree it must be . What about those illegal immigrants that are still in the US and don’t get treated in our centers in Mexico? I mean not that we wouldn’t be paying for both anyway.
A: We could create a bonded guest worker program that allows an immigrant to work in our country temporarily while bonded for any medical care they may need while in the United States.
Q: So, buy insurance before you come here to flee government corruption, murder, kidnapping, and criminal charges, because you farm Marijuana as the only crop that can bring enough money to feed your family?
A: Well it is not all like that and the Bonded Guest Worker Program would be a revenue generating program. Some of that revenue could be used to fund our system of medical centers on the Mexican side of the border and other proposals.
Q: What do you think about the Police State of Mexico and how should the refugees fleeing the borders of a Nation who’s government is abusively corrupt be treated by our country’s national army of police agencies and the local police forces.
A: We should Establish a trained reserve component of the U.S. Border Patrol similar to reserve units utilized by thousands of police and sheriff departments across the nation to increase the number of Border Patrol agents defending our borders
This program of reserve officers has been extremely successful and provided local law enforcement with a group of dedicated and trained law enforcement officers who serve at a minimal cost of only $1 a year in most cases.
Q: What should be done about documenting or matriculating the refugees from Mexico for at least temporary sanctuary from the tyrannical oppressions in their own nation?
A: We must create a Social Security number verification system and employer hotline utilizing modern technology similar to that used by retailers for VISA and MasterCard processing which can verify an individual’s immigration status in seconds.
And we need to Increase funding for more prosecutions by the United States Attorney for those who violate immigration laws.
Q: It seems to me you would know the status of every American citizen instantly but illegal’s, as you call them, don’t have a social security number.
A: We would need them to register.
Q: I see. Mr., Antonovich with our county and the entire state of California in bankruptcy how can we fund these solutions that you propose?
A: The federal government needs to fully fund the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (S.C.A.A.P.) and all of the other unfunded services provided to illegal aliens to recognize the economic impact illegal immigration has on local government.
Q: I’d like to give you this time to go over any additional crucial topics in regards to illegal immigrants or illegal refugees. Basically, what would be important enough to say, put on your website? Please, you have the floor.
A: Thank you. There are a few points that need to be mentioned and these are in no particular order.
One major weakness in our efforts to secure the homeland is the Matricula Consular card issued by the Mexican government for use by illegals in the United States This card encourages illegal immigration through a de facto amnesty program and provides criminals an open door to commit identity theft and fraud, from opening bank accounts to traveling on airlines and even threaten national security.
There is no legitimate need for these cards when legal immigrants can access U.S. identification cards The Matricula card encourages illegal immigration through de facto amnesty — which is illegal – and undermines all efforts for ensuring our homeland security and defending against international and domestic fraud.
The FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice have all concluded that the card is not a reliable form of identification and undermines our efforts to ensure national security and defend against international and domestic fraud.”
However, on a 3-2 vote with myself and Supervisor Knabe dissenting, the Board of Supervisors voted to continue accepting the card as valid identification by the County of Los Angeles The Matricula card’s acceptance by American cities, counties and banks places their desire for illegals to access social and financial services over public safety.
To prevent future crimes at the hands of illegal aliens I initiated the HI-CAPP (The High Intensity Criminal Alien Apprehension and Prosecution) program.
The program creates an effective interface with the old INS and local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to ensure that when a suspect is arrested and in a County jail, officials can find out if they are here legally or illegally
Under the HI-CAAP Project, the County has built upon its existing Consolidated Criminal History Records System (CCHRS), and developed a criminal alien identification and tracking system that:
- relies on biometric measures (i.e., fingerprints) for positive identification,
- builds on existing automated criminal identification and criminal history records systems,
- interfaces with State and Federal justice system databases for consolidated criminal alien and deportation information, and be used by local, State, and Federal law enforcement/prosecution agencies
Half of all deported illegal aliens return to the United States — often within twelve months.
Q: Is there anything else that you would like to add that we have not covered?
A: Yes thank you. We need Federal legislation ending automatic citizenship for the children of illegal aliens born in the United States The United States is one of the few countries in the world where, if you are born here, you are considered a legal citizen regardless of whether your parents are citizens or not. Legal immigration is a positive benefit for our nation – economically and culturally Illegal immigration is an affront to those who legally immigrate to the United States It is a crime that should not be rewarded.
Q: Mr. Antonovich, clearly a lot of time, energy and thought have gone into your proposals and I would like to thank you for posting such clear and concise information on your positions. In having this information available I have been able to invent this interview and in the creation of this dialogue. I know that I have been able to represent your views in a somewhat realistic fashion using your actual words and thoughts.
A: Well, new thinking and proactive proposals like these are starting points in addressing this grave problem effectively and compassionately.
Q: I’ll take that as an offer to make a proposal and proved my ideas.
A: Please, please. You’ve heard me out and we all deserve the same.
Q: Thank you, Well then please let me offer some new thinking, well, really it is old thinking but new in that it would be different from what we currently have and thus be new to us and the situation.
Mexico has near 90% export reliance on the United States; Mexico’s GDP is down 6.8 percent in 2009, worst in 30 years to around 850 Billion versus the United States GDP at over 14 Trillion. With this type of imbalance of wealth and extreme economic dependence the Domestic Policies imposed in the United States, that may have noticeable effect domestically, create catastrophic effects in Mexico and all of Latin America, especially when these policies and regulations infringe liberties and freedoms, or cartelize and illegalize entire commodities or industries from the Individual pursuit this is unjust inequity of the public domain and removal of the market from private regulation. Those policies create bubbles in the economy, illegal cartelization, legal monopolization, criminals, violence and encourage a cycle of escalating legal and moral abuses.
Specifically unconstitutional federal and state law that violates peaceful Individual Liberty. Such as prohibition which was unconstitutional, until an Amendment was added to the Constitution. These domestic cartelizing laws, create black markets, violent monopolies and criminal rackets out of otherwise lawful individuals, because it removes the rule of law from the market. The market become ill lawful or lawless.
Prohibition of alcohol caused massive corruption in government and individual life because it became lawless. The poor and immigrant became ‘criminals’ and law breakers ‘tempted’ into the alcohol business to make money in the inflated industry, they had to use violence to protect their stills and rackets because Justice and private, personal regulation had been remove from the market and industry. These cartels, distilleries, violent moonshiners, and corrupt speakeasies flourished, arrests skyrocketed with new the criminals created, and mobster mafia was enthroned because in that market the most violent wins. This caused the repeal of that short lived amendment.
The federal efforts alone in prohibition from 1920-1930 was estimated to be $370,000,000 that is $4,710,100,000.00 in 2009 dollars. Lost revenue was conservatively set at $10,984,000,000 or $139,826,320,000 in 2009.
And this was just for alcohol. The prohibition on the war on drugs has created a monopolistic, cartelizing, internationalist, Corporate-Statism alliance for many industries such as timber, cotton, nylon/synthetics, soy, big agriculture, checmical and petro-pharmaceutical.
The war on drugs has destroyed potent natural medicine from AMA and health care regulation or research admittance. They are not even allowed to compete. The Farmer is at a disadvantage to the petro-pharmaceutical chemical agri-giants because he is a criminal.
True, there is no law in the constitution that says ‘The right of the farmers to plant the crops of their choosing shall not be violated’ or that congress, the executive, the judicial or any body of government can tell an individual what crops they can and can’t grow for the use of their choosing. Just as there was no amendment that said that the Federal government could tell an individual what liquids they could drink or how they could process their liquids to drink.
There is an amendment however that says, just because there is not a specific right included in this list doesn’t mean that it is not a right and born with every natural person. Like choosing what food to grow and eat, how to process my food and crops, etc.
The cartelizing prohibition is the domestic policy of an unconstitutional war on drug and includes illegalizing commodity crops with no pharmaceutically regulatable properties. It has divided the united states for decades and corrupted our economy and government.
This is an unfunded mandate that places hundreds of trillions of dollars forever our of reach in lost textiles, paper, medicine, health, agriculture and chemistry. Indeed in this republic there is not one industry or aspect of our lives that has not been effected by this prohibition. We have been changed forever by this unfunded mandate, this war on substances.
What these policies have done to Mexico is true evil. The, “War on Drugs” created, drug cartels in Mexico regularly bride and employ the Mexican government, police and military. Mexico is in civil war, lawless, violent, oppressive, unjust, dangerous and tyrannical.
Our pendulum has swung them into a gulag police state of civil and economic war.
We have created these refugees and they, understandably, don’t all like the United States. Better policing is not the answer but lawful policy.
I agree with many of the intentions of your proposed ideas but I strongly disagree with the proposal that you have spearheaded to have a complete ban on medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated areas of the county. It is a, forgive me, but a jackbooted move and only makes a first step towards a lawful market more difficult.
I understand that it may not be popular but until we uncreate the black market and mafia police state that federal policey has created we can’t ask refugees to go back, nor cast the first stone of “criminal” or “unlawful” for non violent federal policy infractions. Until we reclaim the ‘assumed’ authority from the federal government’s unfunded mandates of our states and counties, controlling regulative functions of our cities and churches, our individual lives and the public domain, to be locally governed Of, For and By the People, in Equity and Open Justice, then we will not be addressing the causes of our corruption and bankrupt situation.
Until we make a stand,
by having legal locally regulated dispensaries of plants, herbs and things of the earth
or by withholding the federal tax dollars required to fund the national mandates in the county, (Mandate that must be funded according to the constitution anyway) and send the what ever is not used at the end of the year to Washington we will not see the changes that we need.
Or better yet would be to offer county or state interposition to the unconstitutionality of federal mandates, policies, regulations, Agencies, Beur that limit individual choice and free expression while not violating that of others and open whole industries and individual innovation into our economy. Liberty Spurs Growth.
That is how you take care of your county and protect us from being taxed and mandated to bankruptcy and ruin under the Policey State of Federal Corporate Statism.
Do not Fight Against Individuals in an Abusive War on Drugs and Substances, Instead; Substantively Fight for the Individual’s War Against Drug Abuse
This will remove the title criminal from the largest crop farmers in Mexico, offer economic, moral and local stability south of the border. It will instantly invigorate our two economies. We need to support medical studies, textile industries, ensure water is freely flowing, equitably in the public domain, etc.
Los Angeles is the sister City to Mexico City. Two Major Cities in Two Neighboring Nations, Two Centers that could work together to ensure each Nation is Just to the people of their Cities. Two Centers that could lead the charge to Liberty and Freedom for the Private Individual and the Rights of Open Equity and Justice for All in the Public Domain.
Thanks again for taking the time. I really think that if we address problems in this way we will resolve many of the troubling symptoms that you have proposed solutions and additional regulation or increased enforcement plans.
This is a fictional interview that I had with Mike Antonovich. His statements have been take from his website and are entirely out of context since the context is a fictional collaboration.
However, All of his statements are his own with a little liberty and taken from his official press releases.