Utah places Restrictions on God's Plant

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Utah places Restrictions on God's Plant

Post by neighbor » Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:23 pm

After Utah citizens overwhelmingly voted for access to the plant which God created as a weed so that man would have free and unobstructed access, the legislature decided that God's way was wrong and that they had a better plan. So they threw out both God's plan and the voters' plan.

The legislators believe that God made a mistake and that Big Pharma must be able to make hundreds of billions in cash profits by restricting access to God's plant. Under the Utah plan, citizens with severe epilepsy, joint pain, diabetes, cancer, and other often fatal diseases would have to spend hundreds of dollars on doctor visits and prescriptions as well as be placed on a list of potential criminals so as to deny them their rights under the United States Constitution.

It is unknown if the legislature held a Satanic Ritual before coming to their conclusions. It is however, known, that the legislature disagrees with the way God allows the weed to grow freely in most any climate, and they want anyone that possesses God's plant to be arrested and placed in jail.

Cannabis has been used medicinally for thousands of years and not a single death has ever been attributed to the use of cannabis. Even so, the legislature believes that placing high monetary obstacles on patients that need the medicine will allow Big Pharma to get even bigger and therefore be able to bribe legislators with loads of cash.

https://www.ksl.com/article/46439801/go ... e-into-law

Utah politicians believe that it is far better for people to be in severe pain or even die, than to allow God's plant to be freely distributed as God intended for at least the last 6000 years. They believe that God had no idea what He was doing and are angry that God did not ask Governor Herbert's permission on the matter. Herbert would surely have advised God that the entire state may be hooked on heroin within 24 hours if people were allowed to use God's plant whenever they wanted. Herbert acknowledges that people already use the plant whenever they want but he does not want to admit it publicly because legislators stand to lose much bribery money if they allow access to God's plant as God intended.
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Re: Utah places Restrictions of God's Plant

Post by solarguy » Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:38 pm

The very fact that the human body has cbd receptors tells us with 100% certainty that God not only made hemp for our benefit, but that He also expected us to use it. Anyone that disagrees with this is simply a Disciple of Satan. Zero exceptions.

When liars and other Satanists relate hemp to alcohol they are simply being dishonest. Alcohol has killed millions. Hemp has killed NONE.

I ran across this article and have read others that I will add as I come across them.
https://www.equip.org/article/bible-tea ... bis-plant/

The fact is that God made it a weed so that it could grow anywhere. It was to be widely distributed and widely used. The pollen may br carried in the wind and the seeds may appear anywhere. Perhaps even on the lawn at the Courthouse.

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Re: Utah places Restrictions on God's Plant

Post by neighbor » Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:46 pm

Here are some more...

http://westcoastleaf.net/www.equalright ... /bible.htm
http://antiquecannabisbook.com/chap2B/G ... nesisC.htm
https://www.crosswalk.com/blogs/christi ... f-god.html

It should be noted that God also created rattle snakes. They can be used for good or bad, but in and of themselves they are good for God created them. One should use caution when around snakes but that is no reason to make them illegal.

Only the most dedicated of Disciples of Satan would attempt to make God's creations illegal.

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Utah legislature refuses to honor voters mandate on Prop 2

Post by Floyd » Thu Dec 06, 2018 2:34 pm

https://www.ksl.com/article/46441994/pa ... rce-prop-2
Their lawsuit argues the bill "unconstitutionally undermines or entirely defeats core purposes of Proposition 2" and "severely reduces or eliminates" some patients' access to relief from medical marijuana.

The state's constitution, the complaint says, indicates "the people vested the Utah Legislature with legislative power, but the people also retained their power to legislate through the initiative and referendum process."

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