• Chad Christopher Rediker


Let's have some fun and change things. During the 1930's the word marijuana was slipped into our lexicon by anti-cannabis advocates within the government. This word was used for it's anti-immigration connotations of the time to frighten the general public with fear and mis-information. Yet today we have incorporated it into our culture without many knowing it's true evil origin. Most of us feel the tide is turning for the total legalization of cannabis. Many people over the decades have worked to make this happen in our time but let's make sure the stains of the past do not smear our bright future with cannabis. The word marijuana carries many negative additives meant to scare and misinform the public and it should be our duty to no longer use a tainted word laid on us by a deceptful government. We must work to enlighten others to never use the word marijuana when refering to cannabis and it's by-products. We should also work to get lawmakers to ammend the word out of current legislation and replace it for what it is...CANNABIS. Join us in a campaign to persuade others of our goal. Visit https://tanstaafl.solutions and leave an email so when we need signatures for petitions or to send out an email campaign we can contact you with an assigned task for our mission.

Thank you, Commander Red

This campaign is under the authority of the TERRAN ACTION COMMITTEE

#campaign #cannabis

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