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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote] Stop answering this a-hole so he'll go back to smoking his joint and blowing his uncle or whatever he does when he's not looking up debunked conspiracies online[/quote] what isn't true here, other then the technicality of 0.3 thc in industrial hemp thanks ...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote] So, you're saying that Standard Oil got MJ/hemp banned, decades after it couldn't get itself broken into dozens of smaller companies? Interdasting. [/quote] mighty selective there, wasn't there a number of other names and industry leaders named? think so, might have to scroll up ha...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote]I couldn’t give two shits if hemp is used or not.....but I think it is quite clear that society can, and will continue, to thrive without hemp.[/quote] what is the point of this comment? I'm asking if hemp was suppressed by capitalists? ...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote]Capitalism has played no role whatsoever. It’s been a regulatory government.[/quote] and who pulled those puppet strings? could it have been capitalists named Hearst, who owned timber and paper mills and newspapers? or the Dupont's, who created the chemical laden synthetic nylon. ...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote]You have big problems with definitions I see. If something is illegal that means you get arrested for doing it.....from 1937 to 1970 it was not illegal to grow, sell, or utilize hemp in any way. Nobody got in trouble for it then. [/quote] you seem to have a big problem with honest intern...
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re: Snitching About the Capitol Riot - Hidden Tiger
the snitching element is in part a psyop against white conservatives it's unlikely most of these stories are real as it's also unlikely most of the names and faces seen at the capitol riot are real there is even a decent chance none of that stuff happened in real time like they say ...
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re: Watch it here. Proof video that the election was stolen - Hidden Tiger
just imagine if you ignorant fools would have watched some more 911 documentaries. we'd not be in this position now. imagine just fricking imagine if I or other 'conspiracy' people posted a documentary from a frickING PILLOW GUY and said this was the proof. It would be laughed off this site. ...
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re: What would happen if 75 million Americans pulled out of stock market - Hidden Tiger
[quote] the Qmunity isn't close to 75M strong, bubba [/quote] what a retarded and irrelevant comment the community of people who voted for trump is at least that ...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote] Yeah. That's why biomass fuel for cars is soooo cheap compared to gasoline[/quote] how can you even be serious here - comparing current prices to what might have been before established industry and supply chains, and what was a viable way for people (mostly farmers) to make their own fu...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote] Well, capitalists tend to prefer a market with products to buy or sell. Central planning folks (i.e. not capitalists) tend to want to restrict and vector folks into single/no choice options. [/quote] sounds an awful lot like Standard Oil and William Hearst, the big players in making he...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
not to mention the William Randolph Hearst angle, in which he owned the timber to paper mills that were used for his newspapers. huge campaign by him to make hemp illegal as to not cut into his profits ...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote] Setting aside the arguability of this statement, the answer (not the one you are looking for) is CORRUPTION and efforts at population control. Americans have always scared somewhat easily (despite our notions about "toughness" of prior generations), and government officials (not "Capita...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote]Or make you care that your dick don't work right. Wait... I guess that's what it's cousin does, isn't it?[/quote] you're thinking of what they call 'whiskey-dick' the cousin of hemp is considered more of a helper in that area than a harmer ...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote]Zach[/quote] sounds good, stay old and uniformed ...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote]I fricking hate the gov't and the prohibition on anything, but what I really hate are these people that tout fricking hemp/CBD/THC as some miracle cure for ANYTHING. [/quote] sounds like you're pretty unaware of all the products it replaces and scientifically backed as being stronger or lon...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote] Care to provide a link for your assertions? [/quote] all over the google's for something like this, that is so well accepted by most already, I'm not going to do that work for you. you old timers can handle a google spin ...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote]Also the shite hasn't been illegal for 90 years...it's been illegal/banned since 1970 which by my counts is 51 years....again 51 != 90 [/quote] hemp was effectively banned in 1937 by making it literally impossible financially for anyone to grow and sell. The language was cleaned up in 197...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote] The last 90 years doesn't mean shite...[/quote] it means a lot of shits when applied to the question in the op and it means a lot of shits when you are talking about how it can interact in the market today after being suppressed so long, and it's not truly completely legal now in term...
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re: what was capitalisms role in the suppression of this superior product? - Hidden Tiger
[quote]I've got a great idea for the Hemp guys....do whatever you have to do to get hemp cheaper than cotton...that's the only way it will take off. Has the hemp industry been hindered by big business damn right they have....but why should big business purchase a product that is more expensive t...
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re: Mike Lindell is Boss! He is running his documentary on loop on OAN all day today! - Hidden Tiger
[quote] It is a good thing. I watched his stuff and it is not nutty, it is real evidence. [/quote] the election was a fraud. but I swear all of you are motivated to see the truth and evidence the literal SAME level of non nutty evidence exists for so many important things and most of you ...
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