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When Hemp Saved George Bush's Life PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 21 September 2007


This is an excerpt from Jack Herer's The Emperor Wears No Clothes

One more example of the importance of hemp: Five years after cannabis hemp was outlawed in 1937, it was promptly re-introduced for the World War II effort in 1942.

    So, when the young pilot George Bush bailed out of his burning airplane after a battle over the Pacific, little did he know:


  • Parts of his aircraft engine were lubricated with cannabis hempseed oil;
  • 100% of his life-saving parachute webbing was made from U.S. grown cannabis hemp;
  • Virtually all the rigging and ropes of the ship that pulled him in were made of cannabis hemp;
  • The firehoses on the ship (as were those in the schools he had attended) were woven from cannabis hemp; and,
  • Finally, as young George Bush stood safely on the deck, his shoes’ durable stitching was of cannabis hemp, as it is in all good leather and military shoes to this day.

    Yet Bush spent a good deal of his career eradicating the cannabis plant and enforcing laws to make certain that no one will learn this information—possibly including himself.…

    (USDA film, Hemp for Victory, 1942; U. of KY Agricultural Ext. Service Leaflet 25, March, 1943; Galbraith, Gatewood, Kentucky Marijuana Feasibility Study, 1977.)

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The Bird Tour PDF Print E-mail
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Cannabis Minister Preaches The Good Weed PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 17 September 2007

 related link - What Roger Christie says about us  

by Tiffany Edwards 27 August,2007
image HILO, HI (TNA) — On Columbus Day in 1986, Roger Christie arrived in Hilo, Hawaii, from Colorado via Maui, renting a room at the old Lanikai Motel. The receptionist, holding a baby, didn't blink an eye as she brushed aside marijuana leaves atop a guest book and told him, "Sign here."
Christie remembers thinking "I'm home" as he penned his name. "It was quite the cannabis welcome,” he said.

 Roger Christie
Twenty one years later, Christie is an advocate for the religious use of marijuana and heads the Hilo-based Hawaii Cannabis Ministry, which claims 58,000 members in 60 countries. Christie sends them laminated ID cards, plant tags and sanctuary signs. The plant tags and sanctuary signs note their First Amendment right to use cannabis religiously.
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