Soft Drugs & The Shift to Natural Economics
CANNABIS CULTURE – “You may say I’m a dreamer – but I’m not the only one.” – John Lennon, Imagine, 1971
Nothing is more important to do at the moment than to save the world.
The key to saving the world at this moment is to shift away from the synthetic economy and take steps towards the natural economy. And the way to do that is to allow teens to smoke pot, and require farmers to grow it organically and ethically.
Then scapegoating will end and the world can live as one and hemp ethanol can replace fossil fuels and the economy will be spread out amongst hundreds of thousands of farmers and gardeners instead of a few banks and chemical companies.
Wait. What? How does fighting for teen pot access lead to saving the world?
Let me break it down for you.
The three reasons for activists to focus on ending age limits and adopting fair trade, organic standards in the new emerging legal cannabis economies are:
Doing so might reduce teen suicides, car crashes and drug overdoses.
Doing so would result in safer cannabis instead of industry-killing testing protocols.
Doing so would allow poor people and middle class