US Marijuana Party

Monday, October 10, 2005

Real American history

Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
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lewrockwell.com

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  • REAL CANADIAN HISTORY: (from the September/October 2005 AAA Northern New England Magazine-
    Page 32-) "After Canadian court hearings, Young and his men were released, their deeds defined as acts of war, and the St. Albans Raiders became heroes of the Confederacy." Well, if a Canadian court has to release someone if their deed is defined as an act of war, then Marc Emery has to be released because selling marijuana seeds is an act of war, for which there is a war, called the WAR ON DRUGS; so obviously his actions are an act of war. The Confederacy in the U.S.A. lost the war, but all of their actions were acts of war. Regardless of who wins the WAR ON DRUGS, all of Marc Emery's actions can be considered acts of war. You can contact the St. Albans Historical Museum (802) 527-7933 in Vermont, a border state with Canada.

    By Blogger LEGALIZE MARIJUANA, at 2:42 PM  

  • REAL CANADIAN HISTORY: Lietenant Bennett H. Young from Kentucky, USA, a Confederate soldier in 1864, ended up in court in CANADA. After Canadian court hearings, Young and his men were released, their deeds defined as acts of war, and the St. Albans Raiders became heroes of the Confederacy. (802) 527-7933, St. Albans Historical Museum. Therefore, because Marc Emery was arrested for his actions in the War on Drugs, for selling marijuana seeds, the Canadian court hearings in his extradition case must conclude that selling marijuana seeds is an act of war in the war on drugs, and he must be released because his acts must be defined as an act of war, right?

    By Blogger votecris2006, at 3:53 PM  

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