Our founding fathers George Washington and Thomas Jefferson both grew hemp. Ben Franklin owned a mill that made RECYCLED paper from old hemp rags. Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence on hemp paper. The first Gutenberg and King James Bibles were also printed on hemp paper. It is imperative that we undestand WHY so we can restore this forgotten ancient technology.
INDUSTRIAL Hemp already has the potential to replace ALL of our OIL IMPORTS ONshore while creating millions of JOBS, boosting the economy, decreasing IMPORTS, and increasing GDP. We can easily stop deforestation by growing this amazing, natural, non-polluting, ORGANIC plant that (unlike our current USDA subsidized crops) requires NO petroleum-based fertilizers, requires NO petroleum-based pesticides, and requires NO petroleum-based herbicides like Monsanto's Roundup (recently sued for falsely advertising claims that it is "biodegradable". INDUSTRIAL Hemp grows faster, enriches organic soil and creates more OXYGEN than the subsidized crops that industrial hemp strains can replace.
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INDUSTRIAL Hemp plants contain the raw natural resources needed to make tens of thousands of extremely versatile industrial AND domestic products that are actually better, stronger, lighter, more breathable, more durable, non-toxic, water-soluble, biodegradable, even edible, which are products of unbelievably superior quality. Please take some time to learn about the variety of products that we can make from hemp such as: biomass, biofuels, hemp oils, fibers, fabrics, paper, organic plastics, wood, bricks, medical marijuana, organic medicine, foods, clothing, cars, and even entire houses.
Hemp products have far superior physical and chemical properties, hemp products are RENEWABLE, cheaper, safer, less toxic, easier to obtain than the 'fossil fuels' hemp can replace, and for the record hemp is "Green". the most basic stats are as follows:
- Replacing DuPont's petrochemical plastic with hemp plastics (lighter yet stronger than steel) cuts Rockefeller's oil imports to half of the current levels and desperation for oil wars is eliminated.
- Using hemp pyrolysis creates organic charcoal to produce electricity at our power plants from biomass (garbage) thus eliminating our need for coal strip mining, and eliminating acid rain & mercury in fish. Biomass pyrolysis uses the same infrastructure to deliver electricity cheaper.
- Replacing Monsanto's GMO cotton with hemp effectively eliminates half of the petrochemical pesticides sprayed in the USA.
- Recycling hemp for paper eliminates Hearst's deforestation & magazine monopoly. Hemp also makes far superior construction wood than we get from trees. We save the forests while reducing CO2 and producing more oxygen & naturally cleaner air.
- Using hemp for contruction as mortar builds our structures stronger, safer, better insulated, resistant to rot and pests (no bugs, no mice), and permanent as the pyramids.
- Replacing DuPont's petrochemicals with hempseed oil ensures that our paints, ink, books & prints will last longer in addition to being non-toxic (like lead paint), while further reducing our dependence on petroleum wars.
- Replacing rockefeller's petroleum oil with hempseed oil produces gasoline, ethanol, methanol, and green fuels that get better milage in addition to being non-toxic. Diesel engines were designed to run on hemp vegetable oil; we should be getting 150+ miles/gallon.
- Replacing Monsanto's petrochemical GMO (corn, soy, canola, cotton, biomass subsidies that lose money) with hempseed oil produces far more nutritional food that doesn't cause cancer like GMOs. We can grow hemp faster, and stop spraying most of Rockefeller's petrochemical fertilizers (nitrogen & phosphate), petrochemical fungicides, Monsanto's petrochemical pesticides (DDT), and Monsanto's petrochemical herbicides (agent orange & roundup).
- Shutting down Rockefeller's petrochemical companies also eliminates most of our fluorides that started the green revolution by polluting the air and being dumped into our drinking water as hydrofluorosilicic acid scrubbed from the smokestacks of the fertilizer factories.
- We would be much healthier with bread, burgers, sauces, milk & cheese from hemp than from Monsanto's cancer-causing sterility-inducing soybeans - so health care bills and insurance (like obamacare) would cost less and be less of a necessity.
- Replacing Rockefeller's petrochemical medical monopoly with hemp biomass, hempseed oil, and cannabinoids - can make the same medicines out of non-toxic organics while eliminating most of the harmful side-effects from the pills & 'treatments'. We can also study how the "cannabinoid receptors" work in all mammals if the ban is lifted. Plus we can not only relieve symptoms of Rockefeller's petrochemical chemotherapy (nausea, vomiting), marijuana has been proven to cure cancer in 90 days by eating it or applying cannabis oil topically to skin cancers.
- We lost 27,000,000 farmer jobs when rockefeller outlawed hemp. We get those jobs back and we have new green jobs immediately available for anyone from the petrochemical industries who is looking for new work in a buzzing industrial revolution. it's about time we start working for ourselves - instead of going to war for dinosaurs.
"Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the hemp fields?"
— Henry Ford
"Make the most you can of the Indian Hemp seed and sow it everywhere."
— George Washington 1794