We can replace ALL of our OIL IMPORTS ONshore while creating JOBS, boost the economy, decrease IMPORTS, increase GDP, while stopping deforestation with a natural non-polluting ORGANIC plant, requires no pesticides, no herbicides, enriches soil, creates more OXYGEN. 1000s of products are better, lighter, stronger, more breathable, nontoxic, water-soluble, edible, biodegradable, unbelievably superior quality, extremely versatile.
The original research about hemp's forbidden history of industrial use was done by Jack Herer (June 18, 1939 – April 15, 2010) was an American cannabis activist and the author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes, a book which has been used in efforts to decriminalize cannabis. A former Goldwater Republican, Herer wrote two books, The Emperor Wears No Clothes and Grass. There has also been a documentary made about his life called, The Emperor of Hemp. He believed that the cannabis sativa plant should be decriminalized because it has been shown to be a RENEWABLE source of fuel, food, and medicine, and can be grown in virtually any part of the world, and that the U.S. government deliberately hides the proof of this. Since his original research in 1989, it took Jack 15 YEARS to convince NORML & High Times Magazine that he wasn't just some "conspiracy theorist", even after writing a 291-page paperback book in 1989!
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