Marijuana: A Jewish Drug

Marijuana: A Jewish Drug

In 1996, a Californian debate over legalizing marijuana garnered national attention. While the debate wasn’t necessarily new, the media attention given the debate was certainly unprecedented. As a result, Californians passed Proposition 215 by a vote of 56% in support of the Proposition. Also called the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, this act essentially legalized marijuana for everyone with the following language:

“Section 11357, relating to the possession of marijuana, and Section 11358, relating to the cultivation of marijuana, shall not apply to a patient, or to a patient’s primary caregiver, who possess or cultivates marijuana for the personal medical purposes of the patient upon the written or oral recommendation or approval of a physician.”

In other words, no matter who you are, if you claim that your doctor recommended marijuana in a private conversation, you cannot be criminally prosecuted for possessing or growing marijuana in the state of California. It doesn’t matter if you are 13 years old or 89 years old. Not only did it fail to make a distinction for age, but it also deliberately refused to deal with the issue of amounts. So, you may possess anything from a joint to a semi-truckload, which literally opens our borders wider to the white slavery through drugs of our deluded and often stupid white young people.

In the same year, Arizona passed Proposition 200, The Drug Medicalization, Prevention, and Control Act. This allows physicians “to prescribe Schedule I controlled substances to treat a disease, or to relieve the pain and suffering of seriously ill and terminally ill patients.” This act passed with 65% of the vote in favor. The voters for these acts no doubt obtained most of their information regarding the so-called “medical” use of marijuana from television ads and the popular media. More than likely, few, if any, of the voters actually investigated the truth behind the use of marijuana as a medical therapy. Furthermore, Arizona not only legalized the so-called medical use of marijuana with the statement “Schedule I” drugs. Other drugs included in this category are heroin and LSD. Schedule I drugs are controlled substances that have no known medical use.

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