HEMP Embassy Headlines 157


Prohibition is a very successful business plan.

All sorts of industries do very well and take advantage of the circumstances. Maintaining the status of Cannabis in Australia is in the best interests of law enforcement, pharmaceutical drug companies plus the alcohol and tobacco industries.

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The positive side of Cannabis prohibition is that the government has no control over the industry except via law enforcement. Try to imagine a world where tax and regulations can compete with the ‘black market’.

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Embassy Headlines, Issue 155


Higher Stakes. Is money the answer to all problems? Will a big pot of cash provide the means to buy credibility in Cannabis research? How much money is spent each day on Cannabis in Australia?

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Embassy Headlines, Issue 154


Evolving Attitudes. Think back to when environmental protection, sustainable living and organic food were just crazy concepts expressed by Hippies and other green extremists. Nowadays the concepts have grown into billion dollar industries around the world.

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Embassy Headlines, Issue 153


HEMP Ready To Roll Again [Good News]

Congratulations to the Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party who have passed the AEC review of registration and will be on the Senate ballot paper again for the next Federal Election.

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Embassy Headlines, Issue 152


Driving Fear [Tyrannical Times]. Prohibition’s effectiveness is based on fear of the penalties of breaking the law. The big stick approach to enforcing Cannabis prohibition displays the intensity of ‘moral judgement’ possessed by the law makers and enforcers.

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Embassy Headlines, Issue 151


Ask your dealer/healer about the difference between recreational and medicinal Cannabis.There are some variations in the potency, cannabinoid profile and price but it will be difficult to spot the difference.

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Embassy Headlines, Issue 150


Defective Detection. The shift in drug use trends from Cannabis to fast acting undetectable drugs, especially ice, should be viewed as a direct consequence of Australian Police use of sniffer dogs, and saliva testing.

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Stay healthy!

Try to prevent the cause of disease rather than just treat the symptoms. Think of Cannabis as the first choice for treatment and and as a preventative medicine. Recreational therapy is the key to good health.

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