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Politics and Philosophy of Cannabis Legalization

Cannabis Legalization

Most of the people remember the KGB, that powerful and ruthless organ of repression whose ultimate task was the preservation of the Soviet Communist empire by whatever means necessary. This article will tell you about the Politics and Philosophy of Cannabis Legalization Not everyone, however, remembers as clearly the KGB Fifth Chief Directorate, a department specifically responsible for disinformation effort, that is manipulating of the world public opinion in such a way that it would become favorable to Marxist doctrine (Marxist doctrine as interpreted by a particular “leader” of the moment, of course).

Current DEA disinformation campaign with respect to medical cannabis is clearly reminiscent of the Fifth Chief Directorate tactics, that is that “anything goes” as long as the “ideological goals” are accomplished, in the DEA case this being the denial of the safe access by patients with serious illnesses to medical marijuana. In particular, the DEA “disinformation” agents continue to insist that we “already have” medical marijuana and that its name is Marinol, or the synthetic THC “analogue” brought to the market in the 1980-s but never living up to the expectations that had been raised upon its introduction.

The very reason of Marinol’s limited success is that this medication and medical marijuana are two completely different things. Philosopher Georg Hegel would have had a lot to say about it, I am sure, and this is why. Medical marijuana, the whole plant with its dozens of active compounds acting in concert with one another constitute that Hegelian “whole”, which is much greater than the simple sum of its parts, and infinitely greater than any one individual part, even if such a part is a synthetic THC “analogue”.
The “whole” is made that by the delicate interaction of the parts, and every individual part of the plant is what it is because of the unifying influence of the whole. Having been a professor of logic at one time, our President should easily see the validity of these scientific and philosophical concepts.

On May 21, 2010 CNN interviewed the current “drug czar” Gil Kerlikowske and as CNN put it, the first “drug czar”, Bill Bennett. I was impressed with Mr. Kerlikowske’s calm and reserved demeanor during the interview, and the only truly regrettable statement that he made was that “marijuana legalization is a non-starter in the Obama Administration”. Silly me, for I would have thought that the public opinion should at least have a potential of influencing of what is a “starter” or “non-starter” in the Obama administration, at least according to the president’s own pledge during his election campaign and again quite recently, when Mr. Obama stated that the “government must be given back to the people”. Well, Mr. President, every single poll indicates that 80%+ of the electorate favor the legalization of at least medical marijuana, and yet the DEA which is a part of your Administration, uses KGB-style tactics in order to prevent the will of the voters from being realized.

Another notable point of discussion during the CNN interview with two “drug czars” was that they both admitted, albeit somewhat reluctantly, that alcohol is more dangerous than marijuana. Just to say that alcohol is “more dangerous” is a gross understatement, as it is much, much more dangerous than cannabis, to such an extent in fact, that if cannabis had even a fraction of alcohol’s harmful effects individually and collectively, we would not be having this legalization discussion at all. In this respect, the moral and ethical philosophers would probably question the moral authority of the prohibitionists to keep marijuana, which is less dangerous illegal, while alcohol, which is infinitely more dangerous, legal and available to adults as it is. In my view, one of the compelling reasons to legalize cannabis is that its use has been definitely shown to suppress violent behavior, and what can be more important than this, especially with regard to young people! This moral dilemma becomes even more pronounced when we talk about medical cannabis which is still illegal in most of the states despite the people’s will and despite its relative safety compared with alcohol and most controlled prescription drugs.

Recently it has become apparent that the president’s political opponents, and even those sympathetic to “Tea Party” movement, recognize the necessity to change the cruel, anti-scientific and failed marijuana laws in this country. I believe that it would be a political blunder for president Obama to allow his opponents to embrace the issue that should have been his own from the very beginning! Indeed I, quite frankly, don’t care if the people who advocate for personal liberties with respect to marijuana legalization call themselves “Tea Party” or “Orange Juice Party”, or “Coconut Milk Party”. In this particular respect, that is that it is a matter of personal liberty to be able to legally use the less dangerous substance when the more dangerous is already legal, the Tea Party supporters (and whoever else shares the same ideology) are most definitely on the side of the Truth.

On November 2, 2010, the voters of the State of California will act to legalize cannabis use for recreational purposes by the responsible adults. According to my information, the country’s best constitutional lawyers are behind this noble Initiative. It is extremely “telling” that the City of Oakland city council, as well as that City’s DA have endorsed the Initiative. These people have acted from experience, as they’ve had an ample opportunity to observe the societal effects of cannabis liberation.

In the end, ladies and gentlemen, we will all be judged by History. Those of us who support the legalization of cannabis will be remembered as pioneers of yet another liberation movement, but those who oppose it, the obstinate “drug-warriors”, like Bill Bennett, will live in our memory just like the “cold warriors”, the architects of the Berlin wall, the ideological “heirs” to disinformation campaigns once conducted by the KGB and its infamous Fifth Chief Directorate.

Cannabis Taxonomy

Cannabis Taxonomy

In the Hemp family there are 3 Genera of Cannabis; Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Ruderalis.

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  Cannabis Indica

(named from specimens collected in India) is a shorter plant whose leaves have thicker blades. Indica plants have a darker green pigment. Cannabis Indica strains grow faster than Cannabis Sativa because they originate far from the equator where growing seasons are short. The high from Indica is more stoney and couchlock. Cannabis Indica strains depend on a photoperiod (hours of light vs hours of dark) change to set them into flowering.

Examples:
-Iranian G-13
-Bubba Kush
-Northern Lights
-Afghan
-Bubble Gum

Cannabis Sativa

Cannabis Sativa is a taller plant whose leaves have thinner and longer blades. Sativa plants have a lighter green pigment. The high from Sativa is more cerebral and uplifting. Cannabis Sativa strains originate very close to the equator and they therefore have a long life-cycle. Cannabis Sativa strains also depend on a photoperiod change to set them into flowering.

Examples:
-Haze
-Durban Poision

Cannabis Ruderalis

is a genus in the Hemp family which is not as well known. It grows wild in Eastern Europe and Russia. It is characterized by its extemly small size (8-24 inches) and early flowering time. Plants in this genus are auto-flowering which means they do not depend on a photoperiod to flower. When bred with Indica or Sativa the auto-flowering phenotype is passed onto offspring, other than that most phenotypes from Indica or Sativa are dominant.

How To Make A Character Cake Topper

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Cakes with cute little edible characters on top are one of the best of the birthday presents for little kids. It’s not just limited to little kids anymore, because the themes of the character have evolved over the years. Sometimes, or always the cakes cost a fortune. Instead of wasting money on someone else to make the cake for you, why don’t you make it by yourself? Read the article to find out.

What is the character made of?

There are two ways by which you can make the characters – one is making the character and the modeling paste by scratch or running to the cake decorating shop to purchase a modeling paste. The other alternative is to buy fondant from the supermarket. This works well if your characters are small and need not require much support to make the characters stand. It also eliminates the need for wires.

Colouring of the fondant

Once your cake and the characters are ready, then the next step is to colour the fondant. Fondants are generally available in various colours. But if you want multicoloured characters, then create your characters with white coloured fondant. Then you will be able to colour your characters using concentrated food colouring. It is better to use concentrated colours as they bring out the vibrant colours of the character when painted against  white

Colouring of the fondant

Tools to use

  • Use Sugarcraft tool kit to shape the characters and the fondant.
  • A decorating brush which finds flexible use as you can even use it to paint the characters.
  • Rolling pin to roll the batter or the fondant for the characters.
  • A small but sharp knife

Sticking the characters together

If you’re using a moulding paste, then you can make use of edible glue that will stick the characters together in seconds. However, if you’re using the ready-made fondant, then the water works just fine as they tend to make the surface sticky.

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How to get it right

Getting the characters right, is about patience and practice. It will also help if you mimic the characters as it is from where you’re referring to – whether it is a picture or from a book. If you have a plastic toy, then it can work like magic. Always build the characters from their head because it is the most distinguishable feature of the character- especially the eyes. We suggest you start with simpler ones and then move to the complicated ones.

Avoid making the body of the characters thin because fondant generally collapses under too much weight. So, if you’re making the head big, then the body of the character should be proportionate to that.

Minute details like the arms or other body parts like earns should be stuck in holes, instead of just sticking them with water. This step will guarantee that the tiny parts will not fall off from the surface.

Lastly, prepare your characters first and then move on to the cake. In this way, you can adjust the size of the cake according to the size of your characters.