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Sunday, December 18, 2011

Amsterdam 2012 - 420 Style Anti-Weedpass Smoke-out PROTEST!

"2012 Puff...Puff... NO PASS!" Protest !

In AMsterdam, Netherlands on 04-20-2012

The south of the Netherlands will be under
No tourist allowed / weedpass rules
starting may 1st 2012 and the rest of the country
including Amsterdam will follow on Jan 1st 2013 !

ON April 20st 2012

(4-20-2012)
Monday, October 31, 2011

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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Artsenorganisatie roept op tot legalisatie Cannabis.

De grootste artsenvereniging van de Amerikaanse staat Californië, de California Medical Assocation, heeft een resolutie aangenomen om de legalisering van medicinale cannabis te ondersteunen, zo meldt de Los Angeles Times.
De steun komt nadat openbaar aanklagers van de staat dreigden licenties van apotheken waar cannabis wordt verstrekt in te trekken als ze niet binnen 45 dagen hun deuren zouden sluiten.
Daarnaast dreigden ze kranten, radiostations en andere media aan te vallen die reclame maken voor apotheken waar medicinale cannabis kan worden verkregen.
De California Medical Assocation heeft laten weten dat de discrepantie tussen federale wetten en de wetten van de staat Californië een onhoudbare situatie schept voor artsen. Het gebruik van cannabis voor medicinale doeleinden is in Californië legaal, maar de Amerikaanse wet stelt dat het een ‘gevaarlijke drug is zonder medicinale waarde’.
“Het creëert een uiterst oncomfortabele positie voor doktoren,” zei Dr. Donald Lyman. “De vraag of cannabis nuttig is of niet kan alleen worden beantwoord wanneer de substantie wordt gelegaliseerd en meer onderzoek wordt gedaan. Dan en alleen dan weten waar we het voor kunnen gebruiken.”
In augustus liet de California Medical Association een reeks aanbevelingen voor medicinale cannabis uitgaan naar artsen waarin stond te lezen dat het medicijn ‘mogelijk effectief is bij de behandeling van misselijkheid, anorexia, pijn en andere aandoeningen (zoals spasticiteit), maar dat meer klinisch onderzoek noodzakelijk is aangaande specifieke indicaties, dosering en bijwerkingen’.
Volgens de artsenorganisatie is bewezen dat ‘de criminalisering van de drug als onderdeel van het zorgbeleid van de Verenigde Staten heeft gefaald’. Afgelopen juni weigerde de Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) een negen jaar oude petitie om de status van cannabis te herzien. Belangengroepen Americans for Safe Access (ASA) en de Coalition for Rescheduling Cannabis (CRC) hebben een aanklacht ingediend tegen het federale agentschap.
In 2009 nam de American Medical Assocation, de grootste artsenorganisatie van de Verenigde Staten, een resolutie aan die de DEA opriep cannabis opnieuw te classificeren om onderzoek te kunnen doen naar cannabis als medicijn.
“Resultaten van tests wijzen er op dat cannabis neuropathische pijn vermindert en de eetlust bevordert, voornamelijk bij patiënten met verminderde spiermassa, en mogelijk spasticiteit en pijn in patiënten met multiple sclerose verzacht,” aldus de resolutie.
Thursday, October 20, 2011

The world's most used softdrug...


Over the last 10 years the use of Caffeine has increased tremendously...
Think of the rise of USA- and Itallian- style coffeeshops that offer a wide variety of strong caffeinated drinks, and the upcoming of the socalled 'Energy-drinks' that give you wings and such...

The increase in schitsophrenic problems might well be attributed to Caffeine instead of cannabis...


Another example:
Asian people are far, and I really mean very far LESS likely to get cancer then European or American persons...
But if this is attributable to the fact that they hardly drink any or no cow-milk, or maybe the fact that they don't eat any corn or much less grane based foods then us...
Thats pretty tough to prove...

Other behavioural changes that have significantly increased over the last 10 years that could be the cause/trigger of a rise in psychological problems amongst youngsters include: computer use, gaming behaviour and the use of social media with 'alter ego' avatar's etc... etc...
Nobody will deny that these all can have a big influence on the psyche of the human brain...

What I wanted to point out is that in my opinion there is no proof for the causal link between cannabis use and schitsophrenia.
It could be attributed to many other things too...

The fact that there might be more schitsophrenics amongst cannabis users.
Does by no means prove that cannabis is the cause.

It might well be that people with dormit or mild and even severe schitsophrenia are attracted by Cannabis because it helps them relax and be in better control of their emotions/actions.

Greetz,
Peter Lunk

 

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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Hemplands Conspiracy - Full Documentary

Monday, October 10, 2011

When Muppets Blaze Weed: Hilarious New Music Video



Steve Elliott (TokeofTheTown.com): 

"Dr. Dre's song "The Roach (The Chronic Outro)" has just gotten a music video that Jim Henson would be proud of. The Cult Comedy Picture Show has produced "The Chronic," a brand new original video parody, and it makes some great weed-enhanced viewing."

"Fire one up, sit back, and enjoy as our Muppet friends show us what cool looks like."

Steve Elliott thanks George Gaffney at Cult Comedy Picture Show for making us aware of the vid!

And so does MrLunk ;)


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Thc % controleplicht wordt onterecht bij de coffeeshops gelegd.

Nol van Schaik,
Coffeeshop Eigenaar
Nol van Schaik:
"Ik blijf me verbazen over de 'vindingrijkheid' van Justitie Minister Opstelten, hij blijft de coffeeshop branche bestoken met veelal nutteloze maatregelen om de coffeeshops gesloten te krijgen, z.g. zonder het zo te bedoelen."


"Als coffeeshophouder wijs ik de mij door Minister Opstelten opgelegde plicht om het THC gehalte van de door mij ingekochte wiet te bepalen of te laten bepalen, om deze vervolgens te kunnen vermelden op de verpakking of bijsluiter van de door mij te verkopen cannabis, af."

Lees het hele artikel HIER.



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Sunday, October 9, 2011

The Botany of Desire (2009) - Full Documentary

Michael Pollan, a professor of journalism and a student of food, presents the history of four plants, each of which found a way to make itself essential to humans, thus ensuring widespread propagation. Apples, for sweetness; tulips, for beauty; marijuana, for pleasure; and, potatoes, for sustenance. Each has a story of discovery and adaptation; each has a symbiotic relationship with human civilization. The film tells these stories and examines these relationships.






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U.S. Drug Policy Would Be Imposed Globally By New House Bill



"The House Judiciary Committee passed a bill yesterday that would make it a federal crime for U.S. residents to discuss or plan activities on foreign soil that, if carried out in the U.S., would violate the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) -- even if the planned activities are legal in the countries where they're carried out. H.R. 313, the "Drug Trafficking Safe Harbor Elimination Act of 2011," is sponsored by Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), and allows prosecutors to bring conspiracy charges against anyone who discusses, plans or advises someone else to engage in any activity that violates the CSA, the massive federal law that prohibits drugs like marijuana and strictly regulates prescription medication."

... ... ...


"But Silverglate says the Smith bill breaks new ground. "I'm horrified by the pressure on Switzerland, and that's probably the libertarian in me, but at least there you have an argument that there's an American interest at stake. Here, I don't see any interest other than to a desire to impose our moral and cultural preferences on the rest of the world."

Full Article...
U.S. Drug Policy Would Be Imposed Globally By New House Bill

Snoop Dog wants monster cannabis







Guess we won't be seeing him here in Amsterdam that much anymore...
Now the shops will only be allowed to sell Bud with less then 15% THC...
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A totally cool clip of Snoop Dogg on stage in the Netherlands...
With a mega-joint...ofcourse ;)


Snoop Dog cycling thru Amsterdam to teh BullDogg cafe coffeeshop...

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Voortaan in coffeeshops alleen nog maar Koffie met 'gebak' ???

Coffeeshops mogen geen wiet of hasj met meer dan 15% thc verkopen...

Nou dan voortaan maar aan de spacecake !

Daar zit ca. 5 gram sterke hash of wiet doorheen..
Waar je knetterend stoned van wordt...
Veel erger dan van een flink sterke joint...

Terwijl de verkochte cake van zeker 450gram per hele cake
maar een fractie THC zal bevatten als de cake getest wordt op percentage THC ;)

Dus nederlandse coffeeshoppers halen voortaan niet een par gram wiet of hasj...
Maar gaan de deur uit met een vers gebakken cake waar 5 gram dikke wiet of hasj in verwerkt zit...

Zomaar een hersenspinsel ;)

Greetz,
Peter Lunk

'Je kunt je wiet wel schudden!'

Als je als kweker wiet hebt die te sterk is en kwa THC gehalte de 15% overstijgt.

En dus niet meer te verkopen valt aan een nederlandse coffeeshop omdat het ineens een Harddrug is.

Dan flikker je het dus eerst een uurtje in de pollinator.

En zo schudt je de overtollige THC eraf... ;)



Suc6 !
Friday, October 7, 2011

Holland goes from 'Tolerance Policy' to 'Nonsense Policy' ...

Article by: Steve Elliott
From: TokeofTheTown.com

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Peter Lunk
If that joint Dutch blogger Peter Lunk is smoking contains more than 15 percent THC, he just became a "hard drug user" according to official Dutch policy. Insanity abounds.
About half the cannabis sold in the Netherlands just got banned -- because it's too good. According to the Dutch government, that joint of White Widow you're smoking is just as bad as heroin or meth. And if they catch you smoking weed they think is "too good," they canthrow you into drug rehab for it.

The Dutch have been a source of both exhilaration and exasperation with their hard-to-pin-down cannabis policies for the past 40 years. Often held up as a model of tolerance by those in less-permissive countries, they actually have some serious perception problems of their own.

A couple of those have come to light recently, first with a move afoot (and gaining ground) to ban foreigners from "coffee shops" in the Netherlands, which sell marijuana and hashish to customers under an odd policy of "official tolerance" wherein cannabis is still officially illegal.


And now, another move from the apparently clueless Dutch leadership, even more nonsensical: They've decided that marijuana is a hard drug -- if it's good.

No, that's not a typo. Despite almost universal agreement among pharmacological experts that marijuana and its active ingredients, the cannabinoids, are non-toxic, relatively benign, maybe even good for you, and impossible to overdose on, they've decided righteous weed is right up there with heroin and cocaine.

The Dutch cabinet is making the decision today (Friday) to count the most potent cannabis as a Class A hard drug in the Netherlands, reports Radio Netherlands Worldwide

The hashish and marijuana currently sold in the Netherlands contain an average of 18 percent THC, according to the government, which claims (without any real scientific evidence) that "continual high doses of THC can lead to addiction or even cause psychosis."


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Brabants Dagblad
Professor Henk Garretsen, who chairs the Dutch government's commission on drug policy, unfortunately doesn't know what the fuck he's talking about when it comes to cannabis

The cabinet claimed its decision was based on recommendations by the "Garretsen Commission" presented earlier this year. That commission, headed by anti-pot ideologue Professor Henk Garretsen, said that "hard drugs pose an unacceptable risk to the user," and oh-so-conveniently decided to classify good pot as a "hard drug."

The commission concluded that any marijuana containing more than 15 percent THC falls under its ridiculous "hard drug" classification, which means according to those mental midgets, I've been doing "hard drugs" for years (with only positive effects).

The decision means that if cannabis is found to be above the 15 percent THC limit, its sale will no longer be tolerated. While "soft drugs" such as cannabis and psiloocybin mushrooms aren't technically legal in the Netherlands, the open sale of small quantities through the coffee shops has been tolerated.

The new rule separating cannabis into a soft as well as a hard drug will have several effects, Dutch blogger Peter Lunk of Mr. Lunk's Hideout told Toke of the Town on Friday.

"People will keep wanting to use the weed they have used for years, and if they cannot get this in the shops, they will turn to the home dealers and street dealers to get it," Lunk said. "The price will go up because of the risks involved.

"Often, the street dealers will try to sell them other things like amphetamines, GHB, coke and such," Lunk told Toke of the Town. "This is bad for general public health."

"Those people who used to grow up to five plants within the Dutch tolerance policy towards home growing will be facing serious court cases if they are found to be growing, producing, storing or using 'hard drugs' containing more than 15 percent THC," Lunk said. "Even medical home growers will face this problem.

"Normal people who may carry up to five grams under the tolerance policy could be arrested and face serious court cases resulting in mandatory drug treatment in clinics, if their cannabis is found to be stronger than 15 percent THC," Lunk said, "because then they are by law carrying an illegal List 1 substance."

According to Lunk, coffee shops cannot test the weed because a government-approved lab is needed to do that. "When a coffee shop is found to be selling 15 percent-plus THC weed, they get closed indefinitely and the owner faces heavier charges.

"I also expect a huge growth in the export of strong Dutch weed and prices going up abroad for this now more-exclusive product, for which growers have to take more serious risks," Lunk told me Friday. "The growers are now stuck with, most probably, thousands of kilos of weed that is growing now for the Dutch coffee shops -- which won't buy it from tomorrow on."

According to Lunk, Dutch cannabis consumers also face the specter of coffee shops being entirely out of weed because marijuana with less than 15 percent THC is simply not grown by most commercial growers.

The Cabinet has not said when it will begin enforcing the ridiculous new rule.

Impact on Medical Marijuana Uncertain

It's still unclear the exact impact the new "hard drug" rule for cannabis with more than 15 percent THC will have on medical marijuana in the Netherlands.

"In Holland we have government-subsidised and legalized Bedrocan® medical marijuana," Lunk told Toke of the Town. "Patients have been depending on this variety for years now. And now that state-approved and -provided weed will probably become a hard drug too -- since it contains 19 percent THC..." Lunk's voice trailed off.

"Sad... very sad indeed," he said.
Article by: Steve Elliott
From: TokeofTheTown.com
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REDICULOUS: Dutch Classify High-Potency Marijuana as Hard Drug

AMSTERDAM -- The Dutch government said Friday it would move to classify high-potency marijuana alongside hard drugs such as cocaine and ecstasy, the latest step in the country's ongoing reversal of its famed tolerance policies.

The decision means most of the cannabis now sold in the Netherlands' weed cafes would have to be replaced by milder variants. But skeptics said the move would be difficult to enforce, and that it could simply lead many users to smoke more of the less potent weed.

Possession of marijuana is technically illegal in the Netherlands, but police do not prosecute people for possession of small amounts, and it is sold openly in designated cafes. Growers are routinely prosecuted if caught.

Economic Affairs Minister Maxime Verhagen said weed containing more than 15 percent of its main active chemical, THC, is so much stronger than what was common a generation ago that it should be considered a different drug entirely.

The high potency weed has "played a role in increasing public health damage," he said at a press conference in The Hague.

The Cabinet has not said when it will begin enforcing the rule.


Jeffrey Parsons, a psychologist at Hunter College in New York who studies addiction, said the policy may not have the benefits the government is hoping for.

"If it encourages smoking an increased amount of low-concentration THC weed, it is likely to actually cause more harm than good," he said, citing the potential lung damage and cancer-causing effects of extra inhalation.

The Dutch Justice Ministry said Friday it was up to cafes to regulate their own products and police will seize random samples for testing.

But Gerrit-Jan ten Bloomendal, spokesman for the Platform of Cannabis Businesses in the Netherlands, said implementing the plan would be difficult "if not impossible."
"How are we going to know whether a given batch exceeds 15 percent THC? For that matter, how would health inspectors know?" he said. He predicted a black market will develop for highly potent weed.
The ongoing Dutch crackdown on marijuana is part of a decade-long rethink of liberalism in general that has seen a third of the windows in Amsterdam's famed prostitution district shuttered and led the Netherlands to adopt some of the toughestimmigration rules in Europe.
The number of licensed marijuana cafes has been reduced, and earlier this year the government announced plans to ban tourists from buying weed. That has been resisted by the city of Amsterdam, where the marijuana cafes known euphemistically as "coffee shops" are a major tourist draw.
Marjan Heuving of the Netherlands' Trimbos Institute, which studies mental health and addiction, said there is a growing body of evidence that THC causes mental illnesses.
She said it stands to reason "the more THC the body takes in, the more the impact." But it has not been demonstrated scientifically that high THC weed is worse for mental health, she said.

Parsons of Hunter College said it remains difficult to be sure whether marijuana causes mental problems or whether people predisposed to, say, depression seek it out as a form of self-medication.

The Trimbos Institute says the average amount of THC in Dutch marijuana is currently around 17.8 percent. It has been declining since 2004 after increasing steadily from 4 percent or so in the 1970s.


By comparison, in the United States the average level of THC in marijuana is around 10 percent and rising, according to the last measure released by the Office of National Drug Control Policy in 2009.


Heuving agreed with Ten Bloomendal that determining THC levels outside of a laboratory setting would prove difficult, as exact content varies widely from batch to batch and even within a single plant.


"I don't know of any home test," she said. "How this is going to work in practical terms, I have no idea."


Source: FoxNews

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Hemp Food Can Solve World Food Crisis.


“WHEN THE PROBLEM IS A LACK OF FOOD,

THE SOLUTION IS TO GROW MORE FOOD!

Whatever is for our benefit is already provided.’ said the forward dynamic thinker Ernest Holmes, in his groundbreaking book, Science of Mind.  Nowhere is this more evident in the Information Age than in the field of hemp for food as an effective solution to the UN declared World Food Crisis

This single issue, one that reaches down to the level of self-preservation, hunger, can be easily solved by incorporating abundant hemp foods into the world’s diet.  No need for a radical change of cuisine, but a simple addition of hemp flour, oil, milk, leaves, protein powder and seeds.  

The first step is to educate and open channels to stimulate new and resurrect old ways of enjoying hemp in our diets.  The internet is a perfect starting point.  

A foundation question is ‘How much hemp food can we grow?  The answer is 'as much as we need.  For example, in the United States, the federal government owns a third of the land, and it's not being used for much.    That land can be used to, as Willie Nelson and his FarmAid say: Lend A Hand To The Farmers.  Indoor hemp growing adds an even greater dynamic to how much food can we grow.  


On the longest running pro hemp broadcast, Casper Leitch's Time4Hemp, broadcast live M-F 10a PT/1PET on American Freedom Radio was reported by joint-host Paul Stanford – March 3, 2011, Founder, Owner - The Hemp and Cannabis Foundation Medical Clinics  www.Hemp.org

"The thing about hemp is that the by-product of making bio-diesel and oil is food. For every 300 gallons of oil, it produces 3 tons of food.  It's basically for every 100 gallons (of oil) the bi-product is a ton of food. You can get currently from feral hemp (ditch weed) in the United States 300 gallons of oil and 3 tons of food per acre plus 25 tons of fiber, so it's going to re-energize our economy and put money in the hands of farmers."  

Mission Plan is:

Mission: Teach; Let’s grow and use hemp foods to fill the world’s food shortage.

Motive: Self-Preservation; Expanding the use of fast growing, wind pollinated hemp food moves humanity from the politics of scarcity to the joy of abundance.

Means: Truth; We can grow enough to  hemp food to fill the gap.  Spread the word.

There are a lot of prayers for food these days.  We have been given the means to answer them with delicious food, it’s just illegal to economically do so.  The fastest way to solve the problem of a food shortage is to stop the politics of scarcity.  Using abundant hemp solvesthe crisis, and a whole lot more.

Consider Nature's Hemp Solution

We have been had, took and bamboozled” said Malcolm X.  If we had grown enough food, i.e. hemp food, we would not have a world food crisis.

It is imperative we heed the wisdom of the ages and stop being played in a game called “the politics of scarcity.” The way to break free is the truth of solving problems rather than whining about effects.  We should be growing hemp everywhere.

Hemp foods are a fast growing, abundant, nutritious, delicious & versatile solution to the world’s food crisis (Twitter hashtag - #foodcrisis #food #hemp #marijuana #mmot #mmj #cannabis).

Another leading question is does hemp food get one high?  Hemp with or without the THC, what gets people high, can be used to make cakes & pasta & bread & milk & pesto sauce & smoothies & candy & protein drinks, medicine & beer & tinctures & marinades, maybe even textured vegetable protein from hemp flour (replace soy flour with hemp flour) & seeds & leaves & oil & protein powder too.  The price makes it easy to tell the difference.

Chef Brad Ervin from Hippie Butter reports on Twitter that thousands of years ago China’s peasants had to survive on hemp seeds in a famine and were healthier for the experience.

This mission is hot off the keyboard.  We’ll be posting here so please subscribe, share ideas, and implement solutions discussed.  We are in the Promised Land.  With a little bit of grace we can save ourselves. 

It’s up to us to Do It, now, before it’s too late, if it’s not too late already. 

This founding proposal written by J. Nayer Hardin, Computer Underground Railroad Enterprises C.U.R.E. @cureworks on Twitter with a lot of help from family, friends, companies and associates, designed as a foundation for ideas, solutions & implementationfrom the United Nations, hemp legalization movement, activists, industries, culinary innovators, etc.

Source: HempFoodMission

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