Marijuana Debate - Oklahoma City, OK

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Oklahoma City, OK.

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coory

Stillwater, OK

#2314 May 15, 2013
leagalize it
checkitout

San Mateo, CA

#2315 May 15, 2013
http://www.infowars.com/food-and-depopulation...
Food and Depopulation: Rockefeller Family
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Cassandra Anderson
Infowars.com
June 8, 2010
Part 1 of 4.
The purpose of this article is to give a brief outline of how the elites, and the Rockefellers in particular, are using food as a weapon.
seedvault.jpg
Bill Gates has teamed with the Rockefellers, Monsanto and the government of Norway in the Doomsday Seed Vault, in which organic seed is stored for some vague anticipated world catastrophe.
Since the Rockefeller family came to power (especially after gaining a monopoly with Standard Oil) they have manipulated our government into ruining our financial system by way of the Federal Reserve, energy through oil dependency and food with GMOs (Genetically Engineered Organisms). The intention is to rob us blind and kill us. It’s time to wake up.
The official name of this program is Agenda 21 Sustainable Development.
It the overarching blueprint for depopulation and total control over America and the rest of the world. There is no question that Americans are targeted for depopulation: GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) food has saturated American farmlands. GMOs are dangerous and the proliferation of corn crops (used as sweetener, animal feed, processed food, etc) in America is shortening our life spans.(1) Our water is polluted, containing over 60,000 chemicals, most of which have never been tested for safety.(2) Our air is toxic, and the US is one of the most targeted areas for chemtrails.(3) This is just the tip of the iceberg, the things we know about. The focus of this article is revealing the link between the Rockefellers and their intended use of food as a weapon, which is more powerful than military domination and energy control.
While Agenda 21 was introduced in 1992, the elite collectivists, lead by the Rockefellers, have been pushing population control on America and the world for generations. In 1992, this depopulation and control policy was modernized and given a name: Agenda 21, or the Agenda for the 21st century. The premise for depopulation and control is to preserve the environment. One would have to be an idiot to disregard environmental concerns, however, the solutions that Agenda 21 offers fail to address the real issues. The primary tools that Agenda 21 Sustainable Development uses are global warming lies, water shortages (like the man made drought in California, which also causes food shortages) and the Endangered Species Act (designed to take away private property, which is the base of wealth creation and freedom).(4)
Food control goes hand in hand with population control. The eugenics (improvement of humans through selective breeding, often using brutal methods like genocide and forced sterilization) program of the Third Reich in Nazi Germany was revealed after WWII. Obviously, people did not have a high opinion of eugenics, so, according to William Engdahl, author of “Seeds of Destruction”, the Rockefeller strategists shifted their profile to champion the causes of the environment, resource scarcity and overpopulation.(5) The policy of population control remained, despite the illusion of caring concern- which is simply marketing; the word eugenics has been renamed as “human genetics”. This scheme for improving their image worked for them before, using “philanthropy” and tax-free foundations, when the Rockefellers became very unpopular following the Ludlow Massacre.
The Ludlow Massacre took place at a Rockefeller owned coal mine in Colorado. The mines were notoriously unsafe, which caused many deaths and the workers were paid in scrip (currency substitute that is often credit), to be spent at the Rockefeller company stores. When the workers went on strike, they were evicted from their homes and lived with their families in tent cities.
checkitout

San Mateo, CA

#2316 May 15, 2013
Clinton Taylor

Anonymous Proxy

#2317 May 16, 2013
Street justice related to drug disputes would be reduced. EASILY
Jonathan Weir

Anonymous Proxy

#2318 May 16, 2013
Aside from recreational drug use, Cannabis has several industrial and commercial uses, as over 25,000 products can be made from the crop. now think if the government found a way to get it and use it as a product for sale they could probably make alot of money from it, and could easily take USA out of alot of debts
George Percifield

Oklahoma City, OK

#2320 Jun 29, 2013
I have rheumatoid arthritis and am told that marijuana would help. I am not able to take most of medically prescribed drugs because they lower my immune system too far so I become sick and have to go to the hospital. If it would help I would vote for it.

Since: May 10

Dyersburg, TN

#2323 Jul 10, 2013
Jonathan Weir wrote:
Aside from recreational drug use, Cannabis has several industrial and commercial uses, as over 25,000 products can be made from the crop. now think if the government found a way to get it and use it as a product for sale they could probably make alot of money from it, and could easily take USA out of alot of debts
So does hemp and it doesn't get a person high.
Liz

Dallas, TX

#2324 Jul 12, 2013
Legalizing pot won't change the problem of rampant meth abuse in America. Crime of all kinds can be 80% tied to meth.

“I'm on a night train”

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#2325 Jul 29, 2013
Joe wrote:
Legalizing marijuana will result in more criminal activity and traffic accidents.

It is unhealthy and tobacco is being banned just about every where you go these days.

Legalizing marijuana just doesn't make good sense.
...you are an idiot/and your statistic are obviously only your opinion,lets see none of those things have taken place in Colorado ..gambling has a far greater negative impact on a community..it's a plant with many uses,and benefits.its not for everyone and no one says that because it is legal you have to do it!! but as a free country I want to make that choice..

“I'm on a night train”

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#2326 Jul 29, 2013
young lives wasted wrote:
<quoted text>I agree with this response, just another gateway to get crack and meth legalized. say no to legalizing marjuana!!!!
....here's a great idea..lets give em aderol,or ritalin..obviously that will keep em off meth/crack..that's like saying watching movies with violence is the gateway to serial murdering and rape..the most widely abused drug is caffeine ..the second is nicotine ..so put down your coffee before you pawn your tv for a fat rock

“I'm on a night train”

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#2327 Jul 29, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>Shouldn't you be hugging trees up there in Cresent City, CA?

The only reason you want to save trees is it hides all your pot plants from the DEA flying over head.
....they're are far more dangerous individuals they need to catch than some farmer trying to pay his bills..I mean helicopters,night vision,tactical teams...catch a pedi phial or a rapist...lets declare war on them..although it may interfere with Sunday mass!

“I'm on a night train”

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#2328 Jul 29, 2013
joe wrote:
if you dont want to smoke weed fine but dont tell me what i can and cant do.
exactly
No bias opinion

Red Oak, TX

#2329 Jul 29, 2013
young lives wasted wrote:
<quoted text> I agree with this response, just another gateway to get crack and meth legalized. say no to legalizing marjuana!!!!
no that is completely wrong only people who are depressed or stressed to the the point they just can't stand it move on to harder drugs so saying its a gateway drug is only half correct it is a starter drug for people who have a bad life wether it be their fault or not
AAA

United States

#2331 Aug 2, 2013
Personal freedom. I&R to go over the heads of our state legislature who so poorly represent us.

Since: May 10

Dyersburg, TN

#2332 Aug 4, 2013
No bias opinion wrote:
<quoted text> no that is completely wrong only people who are depressed or stressed to the the point they just can't stand it move on to harder drugs so saying its a gateway drug is only half correct it is a starter drug for people who have a bad life wether it be their fault or not
So, only stressless non-depressed people decide that they want to break the law and become a pothead and only a pothead. That makes so much sense.
Kn

Oklahoma City, OK

#2334 Aug 5, 2013
It is a stepping stone to the next drug.
Richard Nixon

Oklahoma City, OK

#2335 Aug 5, 2013
Kn wrote:
It is a stepping stone to the next drug.
...and kissing is the gateway to underage sex...let's ban flirting!
Bradly Carlton

El Reno, OK

#2336 Aug 5, 2013
I have been rep early harassed and punished because of my simple desire to smoke marijuana. I have lost valuable jobs including a security position, and suffered unfathomable stress due to such an ignorant law. I have 5 untreatable spinal conditions which brings me much pain and also suffer from depression. Prior to losing these jobs, I was always evaluated as one of the best employees, yet my own desire to smoke marijuana(due to constant pain and depression), has brought me negative attention and great financial stress. Employers treat me like a murderer. I could rant on this all day...
Bradly Carlton

El Reno, OK

#2337 Aug 5, 2013
Bradly Carlton wrote:
I have been rep early harassed and punished because of my simple desire to smoke marijuana. I have lost valuable jobs including a security position, and suffered unfathomable stress due to such an ignorant law. I have 5 untreatable spinal conditions which brings me much pain and also suffer from depression. Prior to losing these jobs, I was always evaluated as one of the best employees, yet my own desire to smoke marijuana(due to constant pain and depression), has brought me negative attention and great financial stress. Employers treat me like a murderer. I could rant on this all day...
I meant to put repeatedly*
Shortified

United States

#2339 Aug 26, 2013
Legalize it!

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