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Gertler, whose net worth is estimated at $2.5 billion by U.S. business magazine Forbes, is close to DRC President Joseph Kabila, and has a wide range of interests from mining to trade, according to the Fleurette Group.

He has reportedly helped create more than 20,000 jobs in the DRC after buying his first mine in the troubled country in 1997.

But critics claim that he has built his fortune by acquiring mining permits in the DRC in dubious circumstances, although he has always denied this.

The country has enormous potential mineral wealth, with huge reserves of cobalt, copper, diamonds, gold, silver, zinc and uranium.

But the almost relentless conflict, along with pillaging, illegal mining and a lack of investment, has kept the country classified as low-income, with 70 percent of people living below the poverty line.

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False Flag Terrorism is The theory that you are whatever the Fox News media finds it convenient for you to be, at any given moment. IE, Nigger, Gang Related,Patriots, Panthers,Communist,ISIS,BokoHaram,Al-Qaeda,Islamic Terrorist, Terrorist,ISIL, Jihadist, Socialist, Moorish,Muslim, Thug, Common Core, Benghazi.This is not the “rule of law”, it is the “rule of control”, and it is very dangerous.

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Industrializing Ghana through Hemp Production

African Governments can introduce hemp seeds as a modern food staple crop and for the commercial materials made from them: cold pressed oil, shelled seeds (or hemp nuts), flour and protein powder.
Cannabis can be grown without pesticides, herbicides, and with reduced fertiliser inputs. The use of these agro-chemicals is not only expensive in economic terms, but damaging ecologically, both in the production processes, transportation, storage and handling, and to the ecology of an area.


Cannabis requires less water than cotton, when grown as a fibre. Hemp is suited to rotations as it is an annual and could be could be alley-cropped with leguminous trees or shrubs providing windbreaks. It replenishes and reconditions soil (by root binding) and preventing soil erosion.
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A 1986 Estimate is given by Kleiman, who puts 1986 consumption at the equivalent of 2700 metric tons of 6% THC cannabis; other trafficking-based estimates range as high as 4700 tons.20  Translated to the U.S, this would amount to over 60,000 retailers and 100,000 jobs. cannabis would also permit the agriculture of hemp, a versatile source of fiber, protein, biomass and oil, which was once one of America’s top crops. Hemp production might well rival that of other leading crops such as cotton or soy beans, which are currently on the order of $ 6 – 10 billion per year.


Save the considerable economic and social costs of the current criminal prohibition system. Current federal drug enforcement programs run at $13 billion per year. State and local programs are probably of similar or greater magnitude: in California, the Legislative Analyst’s Office estimated the cost of state drug enforcement programs at around $640 million per year in 1989-90, plus perhaps twice as much more in local expenditures.26 A sizable chunk of these costs involve cannabis, which accounts for 30% of drug arrests nationwide. Legalization of cannabis would also divert demand from other drugs, resulting in further savings. If legalization reduced current narcotics enforcement costs by one-third to one-fourth, it might save $6 – $9 billion per year.


The economic benefits of marijuana legalization are summarized in Table 2. The total direct savings to government in taxes and enforcement come to some $8 – $16 billion per year. These figures are somewhat lower than those sometimes bandied about in public discourse, as both legalizers and prohibitionists have a tendency to make consumption estimates that are in our opinion inflated. Nonetheless, the benefits of legalization seem both substantial and undeniable, and deserve to be taken seriously.

Table 2
Economic Benefits of Cannabis Legalization

Excise Taxes $2.2 – $6.4 Billion
Sales Taxes $0.2 – $1.3 Billion
Enforcement Savings $6 – $9 Billion
Hemp Industry $6 – $10 Billion
Others: Spinoff industries, Reduced hard-drug and alcohol abuse
Dale Gieringer is coordinator of California NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) and co-founder of the California Drug Policy Reform Coalition. He received his doctorate in Engineering-Economic Systems at Stanford.

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OCCUPY AND DEMAND SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS (R) (AL)- NEW KKK Uniform

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SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS ✪ People must be given precedence over profits★ Absolute and Irrevocable Net Neutrality✪ Define Corporate Crime, Investigate and Prosecute★ Annual Personhood Status of Corporations✪ Renegotiate student debt & Invest in Education ★ Define and Ensure Rights To Personal Privacy✪ Reform food and seed policy & Strengthen consumer protections★ Transparency on Wall Street in Government, and Banking ✪ Abolish Imperialistic Actions Abroad & Disengage in Unlawful Warfare★ Strict regulation of Money and it’s integration in Political Process✪ Equalize Taxations for allindividuals and Corporations, without exception★ Recognition of Earth’s Inalienable Rights & Sustainable Management of resources

OCCUPY AND DEMAND SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS R (AL)SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS

✪ People must be given precedence over profits

★ Absolute and Irrevocable Net Neutrality

✪ Define Corporate Crime, Investigate and Prosecute

★ Annual Personhood Status of Corporations

✪ Renegotiate student debt & Invest in Education

★ Define and Ensure Rights To Personal Privacy

✪ Reform food and seed policy & Strengthen consumer protections

★ Transparency on Wall Street in Government, and Banking

✪ Abolish Imperialistic Actions Abroad & Disengage in Unlawful Warfare

★ Strict regulation of Money and it’s integration in Political Process

✪ Equalize Taxations for allindividuals and Corporations, without exception

★ Recognition of Earth’s Inalienable Rights & Sustainable Management of resources

Occupy and DemandCongress SCOTUS organized crime 2014

One in 10 inmates in U.S. jails had prior military service. 700 Thousand US Veterans Are incarcerated. Setting Precedence, Republicans on the House Foreign Relations Committee on an immigration issue, leading the charge to free Tahmooressi, caged in a Mexican prison since March 31 on weapons charges, has been successful.  Border checks have been growing tighter as Mexico struggles to keep the influx of American weapons used by drug cartels at bay. In Mexico, possession of weapons restricted for military use is a federal crime.The attorney told AP that the marine, who was detained with a pistol, a shotgun, and an assault rifle, and over 400 rounds of ammunition, carries guns because they make him feel safer.

Under Jeff Sessions R (AL) All that the federal government will need to do to imprison Americans will be to merely accuse them of terrorism, without substantiating those charges with any evidence.

Under Jeff Sessions R (AL) All that the federal government will need to do to imprison Americans will be to merely accuse them of terrorism, without substantiating those charges with any evidence.

Experts say about one-third of returning military veterans battle mental illness and addiction.

Respect for constitutional protections of American civil liberty.

Transparency and public access in government.

Equal treatment of people under law.
The respect and pursuit of empirical knowledge through support  for science and education.
Protection of the Earth’s environmental richness.
Strengthening of economic opportunity for all.
Pursuit of peaceful solutions and opposition to militarism in policy.

A score of 0 means that Senator Sessions has participated in 0% of our slate of liberal actions in the 112th Congress.

Equal treatment of people under law

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Dunkin’ Donuts CEO: Amnesty for Illegals Will ‘Stimulate the Economy’

Jeff Sessions: Amnesty for DREAMers’ Parents Will Lure More Adults, Create Bigger Crisis

Jeb Bush: Deal With Illegals in ‘Compassionate’ Way

Texas Dem: Amnesty Shouldn’t Be Conditioned on Border Security

Jeff Sessions: This Week ‘Critical’ for Congress to Thwart Obama’s Plans to Nullify Immigration Laws

Jeff Sessions: Defund Obama’s Exec Amnesty in Next Funding Bill

Jeff Sessions: Senate Dems Willing Accomplices in Obama’s ‘Lawless’ Executive Amnesty

From PTSD to Prison: Why Veterans Become Criminals

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Blue State Tax Dollars to FOX NEWS Billionaires or for Obama CARE

Blue State Tax Dollars to FOX NEWS Billionaires or for Obama CARE

#KOCH is Black–#HEMP is Green

               I am telling you, why Americans over the age of 65, by contrast, oppose legalizing weed, 59 percent to 38 percent.

Anything Koch Produces out Chemicals is not sustainable but deadly.  Hemp is sustainable plant that grows like a weed; also, stronger than chemicals Koch produces, the junk in world’s garbage.

          Don’t fall for the lie. We are in this together and together we can fix this. We are limited only by our imaginations, which are vast. The first thing that  used to fight the original people was to ban mercantilism; taking away the peoples ability to be legitimate by banning hemp farming. Hemp was refined into sustainable and clean products such as hemp seed foods, hemp oil, beauty medicinal  supplements, wax, resin, rope, cloth, pulp, paper, plastics, trash bags, Steel, rubber and fuel.
As told by African Slavers: Hemp and the African
7 The African Dagga Cultures
          Long before greed and ambition prompted the countries of Western Europe to send their armies to conquer the New World, Europeans were exploring and exploiting Africa.
         The incentives that beckoned the white race to the “dark continent” were many, but chief among them were precious goods such as gold, ivory, and spices. Once they began to colonize the New World, however, European interest focused on yet another African treasure—the slave.
          The growth of the plantation systems in both North and South America had created a sudden demand for cheap and obedient labor, and to meet this demand Europeans, again, looked to Africa.
          Africa was no stranger to the slave trade. Human bondage is one of man’s earliest atrocities. It was commonplace throughout the ancient and early medieval worlds. But until the coming of the Europeans, slav-ery had existed on only a relatively small scale.
          Once the people of Western Europe “discovered” the continent, however, slavery became big business. Approximately ten million native Africans were taken from their homes between the middle of the fifteenth to the end of the nineteenth century to destinations sometimes halfway around the world, to be dis-passionately sold like chattel.

Frustrated at not being able to buy cattle from these natives at a reasonable price, the Dutch immigrants brought their own cattle to the Cape Colony, along with farmers (Boers) to look after them. The coming of the Boers, it turned out, signaled the en-slavement of the Hottentots.

At first, the Dutch and the African got on fairly well together. But as more and more Boers came to the Cape Colony, more and more of the Hottentots’ land was expropriated, including their valuable grazing fields. The Boers were not merely content with robbing the Hottentots of their land, they also began raiding their herds.

The Hottentots offered only a token resistance. They were herders, not warriors; and their spears were no match for gunpowder. To preserve their precious cattle, many of the Hottentots moved further north into the interior. Those who tried to make a fight of it were either killed or taken prisoner and made to serve as domestic servants for the rest of their lives.

Despite his disapproval of the drug, Thompson says that the white landowners cultivated cannabis for their servants, even though its effects were not in the best interests of the whites. The reason for this anomaly, explains Thompson, was that the white man used dagga “as an inducement to retain the wild Bushmen in their service. whom they have made captives at an early age . “11

There were some whites such as evangelist Hugo Hahn who shared Thompson’s belief that continued use of dagga was not in the best interests of the natives. Hahn had come to Africa to save the souls of the savages.

Their use of dagga, Flahn felt, was a vile habit that would keep their souls from ever entering heaven. Not one to sit idly by while souls were at stake, Hahn raided Boer hemp farms, burning the wicked plants wherever he found them. His actions did little to endear him to either the natives or the white settlers of the area.12

Although he could not have cared less about the souls of the na-tives, another crusader who condemned the natives’ indulgence in dagga was the famous American journalist Henry M. Stanley, whose rendezvous with the English missionary, David Livingston in 1871 is immortalized in his terse greeting: “Mr. Livingston, I presume.”

Unlike the compassionate Livingston, Stanley had little regard for the African native whom he described as “wild as a colt, chafing, rest-less, ferociously impulsive, superstitiously timid, liable to furious dem-onstrations, suspicious and unreasonable. . .”13

Stanley was in fact totally prejudiced against the native African. Regarding the natives’ use of cannabis, which he believed weakened their bodies and made them unfit to carry his cumbrous cargo, he wrote:

Certainly most deleterious to the physical powers is the almost universal habit of vehemently inhaling the smoke of the Cannabis sativa or wild hemp. In a light atmosphere, such as we have in hot days in the Tropics, with the thermometer rising to 140 Fahr. in the sun, these people, with lungs and vitals injured by excessive indulgence in these destructive habits, discover they have no physical stamina to sustain them. The rigor of a march in a loaded caravan soon tells upon their weakened powers, and one by one they drop from the ranks, betraying their impotence and infirmaties.14

Apparently, the unwillingness of the natives to risk their lives and to break their backs so that Stanley could become famous was not due to dagga’s weakening of their spirits.

The change in attitude occurred shortly after 1843, when the Republic of Natalia (Natal), on the northeast coast of South Africa, was annexed by England and made a part of the Cape Colony. Following the development of the sugar industry in the new province, more and more laborers were needed to work the fields. When native manpower proved unequal to the task, workers were sought from other countries, especially from the British colony of India, and about 6000 mainly low-caste Indians entered the country.26

Although brought over expressly to work in the sugar fields, these “coolies,” as they were called, left the fields as soon as they were able to satisfy their indenture obligations and they sought jobs in other indus-tries. Many became semi-skilled laborers, domestic servants, farmers, storekeepers, fishermen, etc. But while they fitted into the European way of life, they never became a part of it. Their dark skins, culture, social and religious background, and language set them apart from both the Europeans and the native Africans.

         Europeans were also suspicious of them because of their use of cannabis, a habit which they brought with them from India. Cannabis, the Europeans believed, made the “coolies” sick and lazy and therefore unable to work, and also led them to commit criminal acts.
         The Indian emigrées had not had to import cannabis seeds with them; cannabis was already a popular among the natives and it was probably from them that the Indians obtained their cannabis. It was not long, however, before legal steps were adopted to curtail such usage.
         By 1870, European settlers became so alarmed at the alleged dangers of cannabis to South Africa that they passed a law “prohibiting the smoking use, or possession by the sale, barter, or gift to, any coolies what-soever, of any portion of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa). .”27
         But just as identical laws in other countries had no effect on the use of cannabis, so too was it ignored in Africa. In 1887, the Wragg Commission (named after its chairman, Supreme Court Judge Walter Wragg) concluded that the “coolies” were still using cannabis and that the drug posed a danger to white South Africans. Again, measures were taken to outlaw the sale, cultivation, possession, and use of cannabis. Such laws were no more successful than previous ones.
          In 1923, South Africa tried to enlist the aid of the League of Nations in outlawing cannabis on an international scale, but to no avail. Five years later, the country passed yet another anti-cannabis law. This was followed by still more anti-cannabis laws.
          The result was always the same–try though they might to legislate cannabis out of existence, South African lawmakers were never a match for the plant’s tenacious hold over its devotees.
          The safflower and henna supplied the women with dyes for the stuffs which they manufactured from hemp and flax.

Legalization of Smokeless Hemp for Bio-Fuels called for by 18 Members of Congress

XTRM Cannabis Ventures a wholly owned subsidiary of Extreme Biodiesel has opened escrow on a 40 acre parcel in California with plans to cultivate Hemp and Marijuana as well as the construction of a massive indoor grow facility.

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XTRM Cannabis Ventures plans to develop the 40 acres to accommodate up to five 20,000 sqft warehouses for indoor marijuana / cannabis growth, 20 acres for outdoor Hemp cultivation for biodiesel, and an industrial center to process marijuana / cannabis into smokeless products.

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Hemp Cultivation in USA State by State

 

Other Relevant Links

Letter from Congress to Obama

http://blumenauer.house.gov/images/stories/2014/02-12-14%20Blumenauer%20Rescheduling%20Letter.pdf

Legalization of Hemp

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/victory-for-hemp-farmers-as-us-house-of-representatives-legalizes-the-cultivation-of-hemp-2014-02-03?reflink=MW_news_stmp

XTRM Cannabis Ventures Disclaimer

The Company would like to assure all investors that in all cannabis related actions the Company is conferring with counsel to be sure any business activities are deemed legal. XTRM advises all investors to see the website being developed at http://xtrmcannabisventures.com

 

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The journey of Crack Cocaine it’s elected Drug War, Los Angeles, Ca, [ the then Home of the Black Panthers] and Hemp Fuel connection

The journey of Crack Cocaine,  it’s elected  Drug War, to Los Angeles, Ca, [then Home of the Black Panther Party Breakfast Club]
and it’s Hemp Fuel connection PTI
PAUL WILCHER, AN ATTORNEY WHO DEDICATED HIS LIFE TO SOLVING SOME OF OF THE POLITICALLY CONNECTED MYSTERIES AND DEATHS IN GOVERNMENT, WAS FOUND DEAD IN HIS APARTMENT ON June 23, 1993 IN NORTHEAST WASHINGTON. HE HAD BEEN DEAD FOR SEVERAL DAYS
Wilcher, who felt his family had been beaten out of their estate by corrupt judicial processes in Chicago, came here to Washington, to find a new life. Then he heard about a man whom he helieved to be. a political prisoner, Gunther Russbacher, the man who says he is being persecuted because he flew former President George Bush to Paris to meet, with leading Iranians and make a deal to supply Iran with weapons in exchange for that government keeping the 52 American hostages until after the November election so that former President Jimmy Carter would not get, a boost. by bringing home the American citizens held there. Instead the deal was they were to be delivered to Candidate Ronald Reagan. That agreement was kept as soon as Reagan inaugurated in 1981.
The journey of Crack Cocaine and the Drug War to Los Angeles, Ca Then Home of the Black Panthers Brekfast Club

 

AND HEMP TECHNOLOGIES GLOBAL Food, Fuel, Selter, Jobs – Hemp is NOW!the-spin-in-Svengali

OCTOBER SURPRISE INVESTIGATOR FOUND DEAD

 

by Rayelan Allan Russbacher

In Response To: MCCLENDON: THE DEATH OF MY FRIEND PAUL WILCHER (Rayelan)