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    • Bhang Buddie
      This wanker of a douche bag couldn't even lead anyone up the freakin' High Street let alone a fuckin' party  and CLEAR ??? Who or What TF is that bag load of wankers sperm ? It's done nothing since it was first founded many years ago and it does nothing today, the Smokey Bears at least have a Party in the Park every year and CLEAR doesn't even turn up to them or have it out with the Law, bunch of useless to$$ers        PS. rant over  Bom Shiva
    • bongme
      Hi   My last post, for now, Xmas shopping and getting back to the UK  C U Later    Reynolds...   Embarrassment By Madness (1980 stoners blast from the past)      Bongme   
    • bongme
      Hi   'I curse the evil Jews': Leader of the campaign to legalise cannabis in the UK made shocking anti-Semitic remarks online and branded homosexuality 'a perversion'   Daily Mail   The leader of the campaign to legalise the recreational use of cannabis has made deeply offensive anti-Semitic remarks describing Jewish people as ‘evil’ and Israel as ‘the Nazi power in the world’. Peter Reynolds, who heads pressure group CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform, has been granted meetings with Ministers in his campaign to abolish laws controlling the possession and sale of the Class B drug.  But in the past Mr Reynolds, who also writes blogs about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, has made a series of appalling comments about Jewish people and homosexuals. On January 2, 2009, he posted online ‘I curse the evil Jews’ before writing later that month: ‘Israel is now the Nazi power in the world. It is beyond forgiveness or redemption. Gaza is the new Auschwitz.’     Referring to the poisonous gas used in the Nazi concentration camps, he went on: ‘The only difference is that your method of death is not Zyklon B.’ Three years later, Mr Reynolds wrote: ‘Homosexuality is a perversion from the norm and gay culture has been allowed virtually to extinguish heterosexual influence in the fashion industry.’    The blog posts were unearthed in 2012 by The Jewish Chronicle when Mr Reynolds was standing as parliamentary candidate for the Cannabis Law Reform Party, the forerunner to CLEAR, in the Corby by-election. When confronted, he insisted the blogs were ‘forgeries’ created by those intent on discrediting him.  However, when he gave The Jewish Chronicle a web address to what he said was his real website, it linked to the site containing the same offensive blog posts as the paper reported.    In addition, archived internet pages of his website – The Life And Times Of Peter Reynolds – show these blogs were posted on it in January 2009. CLEAR claims it ‘does not advocate, condone or encourage breaking the law’ and it ‘exists to promote a change in the law by legitimate means’.  But last month, Mr Reynolds started advising people to buy cannabis seeds so they could grow their own drugs – encouraging a breach of the law. Last night, Mr Reynolds said: ‘CLEAR has changed its policy on home cultivation. It is no longer against the law to use cannabis for medicinal purposes and I congratulate [Home Secretary] Sajid Javid on taking the law out of the equation completely. ‘I am neither anti-Semitic nor homophobic. On the contrary, I regard tolerance and liberty as the most important principles.’   https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6500237/Leader-campaign-legalise-cannabis-UK-shocking-anti-Semitic-remarks-online.html   Add Comments   Bongme 
    • bongme
      hi   British firm that gave £50,000 to emotive medical marijuana appeal pump MILLIONS into cannabis products branded Mr Nice   daily mail   A company that bankrolled an emotive campaign to legalise cannabis for medical reasons is set to make millions selling a range of products branded with the name of the notorious drugs baron ‘Mr Nice’. Private equity firm Kingsley Capital Partners (KCP) last year donated £50,000 to a group campaigning to enable epilepsy sufferer Alfie Dingley to be given cannabis to treat his condition. The case prompted Ministers to change the law to allow the drug to be prescribed legally. Now The Mail on Sunday can reveal that KCP is launching a range of slickly packaged products for both medical and recreational use, which trade on the reputation of infamous drugs smuggler Howard Marks.     A Mr Nice website blurs the line between the categories, describing one of its recreational products as ‘medication’ and others as having medicinal properties. Critics said the disclosures raised fresh fears that businesses and pro-cannabis lobbyists were using the medical argument as a smokescreen, to pave the way for the drug’s full legalisation in Britain. Tory MP David Davies, vice-chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Cannabis: Harmful Effects On Developing Brains, said: ‘This company is using a campaign to enable access to cannabis for a seriously ill six-year-old boy as a means of opening up the market completely and to make big sums of money selling recreational marijuana.   ‘People should be aware that the company behind this emotive campaign is simply looking to legalise dangerous recreational marijuana and profit from selling it.’ Last night, KCP admitted that it ‘absolutely’ wanted to sell marijuana to recreational users if it is made legal here. Should that occur, firms like KCP stand to make huge amounts of money. In North America, the legal cannabis market is worth almost £8 billion a year – a sum forecast to quadruple by 2022 thanks to increasingly soft cannabis laws.   KCP registered Mr Nice as a trademark earlier this year, buying the rights from Marks’s family. It did so through one of its companies, Equinox International Holdings. ‘Mr Nice’ is well known thanks to Marks’s 1996 autobiography of that name, which sold more than a million copies.  In it, the Oxford-educated Marks told how he built a cannabis empire smuggling the drug into the UK and US.  He started calling himself ‘Mr Nice’, one of 43 aliases, after buying a passport bearing that name from a convicted murderer. In 2010, a film about his life starring Welsh actor Rhys Ifans was released, underlying the fame Marks had achieved.  He spent his final years campaigning for legalisation and died in 2016, aged 70. Using the same bold typeface used in Marks’s autobiography, Equinox has developed an extensive range of ‘Mr Nice’ marijuana for sale in the US for users to smoke. Packaged in smart metallic tins, which could pass for pots of upmarket skin cream, they have psychedelic names such as Merlin Purple, Happy Monday and Johnnie Haze.     The cannabis contains up to 22 per cent THC, the main psychoactive compound in cannabis, which is responsible for the ‘high’ experienced by users. THC can also trigger psychosis. Regular use of such strong cannabis can triple the risk of the mental problem, where sufferers regularly experience delusional thoughts, according to British studies. But on the US Mr Nice website, the marijuana is given flowery descriptions of the sort commonly found on bottles of fine wine. Happy Monday is said to induce ‘an invigorating mental buzz’, has ‘a tangy fruit flavour redolent of mango’ and ‘is the perfect daytime medication for patients treating fatigue, stress and depression’. Johnnie Haze ‘packs powerful euphoric and energetic effects’, while Jane Bond stimulates ‘both conversation and creativity’. All 20 are advertised with smiley-faced emojis denoting the supposed positive effects on the user, such as ‘euphoric’, ‘energetic’ and ‘social’.  Cannabis is most frequently smoked by users alone rather than as a social activity. Studies have found heavy users are more likely to be depressed than others, and that their depression tends to lift when they give it up. Meanwhile, the European Mr Nice website is gearing up to sell consumable products containing the compound cannabidiol (CBD), such as CBD oil and ‘organic hemp tea’. CBD is a non-psychoactive compound and is the current focus of much medical research. As these products contain less than 0.2 per cent THC, they are legal to possess and sell in the UK.  The site also advertises Mr Nice T-shirts, hoodies and beanie hats. None of the products are yet for sale, either in the US or Europe. The European site also entices browsers to ‘shop now’ for what it calls ‘Nice cannabis’, suggesting Equinox is anticipating changes in the law. However, the web link is currently inactive. Last night, KCP said that the question of legalisation for recreational use was ‘not a matter for KCP’. A spokesman added: ‘However, were legislators in the UK to conclude that such a market development was desirable, then KCP would absolutely look to be active in it.’ He said KCP made the £50,000 donation to End Our Pain, the group that backed Alfie’s case, because the firm ‘believes passionately in the medical potential’ of cannabis. He described Marks as ‘a pioneer for cannabis liberalisation’ and the firm was ‘very excited’ about the launch of the Mr Nice range, which ‘has the potential to become a truly global British brand’.   https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6500265/British-pump-MILLIONS-cannabis-products-branded-Mr-Nice.html   Add Comments   Bongme