Hemp Politics: Hemp’s Corporate Challenge in America
Being in the world of Cannabis, Hemp and Marijuana, it’s clear to see we are in epic game changing times with a political and corporate challenge ahead of us, this is hemp politics.
It seems obvious, too many in this industry, what’s needed most at this point in our chaotic evolution, can be supplied by the cannabis plant, hemp, and marijuana. Hemp is a multi-versatile, multi-billion dollar industry slowly re-emerging in back in the USA. Hemp will increase American economies, stabilize environmental challenges, provide plant-based medicine and super foods, create an industry of ‘made in America’ products and textiles, while giving our United States farmers and US veterans a renewed opportunity of growing life again, in our homeland…who would not vote for that?
Any idea why our farmers still can’t grow Hemp freely in America? Perhaps, a handful of corporations/bankers (with their own agenda) have a monopoly on our country? Did you know we have millions of acres of farming land owned by farmers who are being paid to not farm in our country? Did you know farmers still cannot grow hemp commercially in this country? …Really? I find that very funny. Not sure why it needs to be studied when we’ve used Hemp for 12,000 years worldwide, including the USA before it was outlawed as a Schedule 1 Drug in 1937. There is no way to smoke hemp and get high, a headache maybe, but hemp is not phototropic; so why then is Hemp in the same class as heroin? Perhaps Big Businesses are stifling Hemp’s forward progress.
Maybe we have been deceived for so many years most do not know the difference of what’s really going on behind the curtain. For over 77+ years, our human rights have continued to diminish on so many levels. Perhaps we’ve been too overwhelmed, keeping our worlds on stable ground to notice our nation’s true state of affairs.
Friends, we are no longer in Kansas. We no longer live in a system where ‘we the people’ are represented and honored with our human rights and a fair opportunity of health, prosperity and equality. We now live in a system of corporate greed while ‘we the people’ are at the whims of our appointed leaders. When do we stop the madness, when do we stand up for our rights? If our human rights disappear, our future generations could be enslaved to corporate governance, interested only in the bottom line, disabled humans and war. I know for a fact none of us want a future that looks this bleak, therefore, we need to stand united and take our human rights back.
What can each of us do, now? We can become informed beyond the normal source of news media. We can involve ourselves with organizations making sustainable and thriving changes for our future. We can become aware of the history and benefits of cannabis, hemp, and marijuana. Cannabis, to many is considered a life-giving plant, here to bring sustainability to the world. The United States is still one of the few countries in the world that have a corporate and political government, holding cannabis, hemp and our farmers hostage. It ‘s time to vote for hemp and promote a pro hemp politics culture.
Stand up for your rights to choose; whether it concerns healthcare, using cannabis, voting without intimidation and voicing our Free Speech. At this point in our evolution, freedom is no longer a given – either we use it or we will loose it!
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Darlene Mea is also a published author, events producer, activist for consciousness living and human rights, promoter, and producer for all things natural and life friendly. Her accomplishments include New Dimensions Magazine, What’s UP radio show, Entertainment Las Vegas TV, Be Global Media, GloVue on-line conscious Living Network, Lighter Side Radio, ZenCityVegas on-line. Darlene Mea is available for presentations on the power of the Hemp Evolution. Darlene@HempNationMagazine.com