Prop 64, treat or trick?

Why doesn't prop 64 account for or address the reality of genetically engineered cannabis?
One sentence is all it would have taken to protect California consumers from genetically engineered (gmo) cannabis being legally sold or grown in Cali.
The reason prop 64 stays quiet on the subject of gmo cannabis is because if the text doesn't specifically account for such, then it is de-facto allowable, and so if prop 64 passes, just as in Colorado, gmo cannabis will be sold without any regulatory restraints or labeling. Even FDA oversight will be non existent because the federal law still doesn't allow for cannabis.
If you truly support an END to prohibition, and the restoration of the natural human rights you were born with, then please understand this is not what you are supporting if you are supporting prop 64.
If you don't want to support corporations like Monsanto (et al), privatizing the genetic building blocks of the food chain (the commons) we all depend on, then you should not be in support of prop 64.
Prop 64 represents the evolution of prohibition from the cartel model into the corporate model, all of which takes place in the void where your human rights are being denied.
Here is a link to the text we should be passing into law before we take any further legislative action:
'The Freedom to Garden, Human Rights Restoration And Natural Seed & Plant Protection Act'
https://www.facebook.com/no64truth2freedom/notes/
Prop 64 has enormous funding while our grass roots NO on 64 effort depends entirely on you spreading the word, thanks!

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DdC's picture
DdC 1 year 25 weeks ago
#1

It's a typical political art of compromise neglecting to mention there is NO science behind classifying cannabis as a schedule#1 substance. Until that is addressed state by state incrementalism is the compromise. As for GMO pot. Soros and Monsanto have been teamed for a decade now. 64 does have a provision against corporate entry for 5 years. In that time some things could be tweaked or added. I'm happy with Prop 215, but it too is incremental progress and Obama not doing a thing is the best we've had it in 45 years. So 64 is good for some and not so good for others and no one will win if the Feds change their operations with a GOPer leading the way. I have pointed out many flaws with 64 and the hype on both sides is measurable. So I'm still undecided. I'm not too worried about GMO pot, as I am frankenfood, since there is not a lot of profit on pesticides for pot. btw cloning strains to produce hybrids is not GMO, its grafting. Here is what others have said.

Radical Rant: We Will Remember the Traitors!
http://hightimes.com/culture/radical-rant-we-will-remember-the-traitors/
medical marijuana people standing with Kevin Sabet
Yesterday, medical marijuana advocates and industry members stood onstage with Kevin Sabet, a man who believes “smoked marijuana is not medicine“, a man who would repeal Prop 215 if he could, a man who actually is the one who wants to turn over medical cannabis to Big Pharma, and expressed their united opposition to California’s Adult Use of Marijuana Act.

Last year there were nearly 9,000 felony marijuana arrests in California. Proposition 64 amends the punishment for most felony cultivation and sales crimes down to misdemeanors retroactively (see section 11362.8). That means people who are felons today, whether they’re sitting in a prison now, currently on probation and parole, or they even served their time long ago, will no longer be felons and, if still jailed, will be eligible for early release.

“Strange bedfellows unite to oppose California pot legalization,”
http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Strange-bedfellows-unite-to-oppose...

Real progressives will vote Yes on Prop. 64
http://theleafonline.com/c/business/2016/10/real-progressives-support-64/

Here’s What Occurs If Californians Legalize Recreational Pot
http://hightimes.com/news/heres-what-occurs-if-californians-legalize-rec...

This is the Brain of Incremental Retardation...
http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/sreply/741
What happens when cops write initiatives.

Follow CA or Bust'
http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/sreply/552

George Soros Monsanto Connection
http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/1644

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zapdam. 1 year 24 weeks ago
#2

Monsanto gets involved by creating their own Frankenstein seed, a seed that can withstand the poisoning effects of their product 'RoundUp', you can look foward to a long list of chemically induced cancers. Big business could fuck up religion if they were in involved, oh wait, Pat Roberson has amassed a billion dollars selling his form of God. Guess he's not going to heaven, the crooked evil old fuck.

DdC's picture
DdC 1 year 24 weeks ago
#3

What Roundup? Fat Pharma/DEA has patents on 20 or so cannabinoids. Isolating individual CNB's is Genetically modifying. Lowering the schedule to #2 gives them a monopoly. Plus a reason to not need dispensaries. Feds trump states since US v Raich nullified the 10th amendment. Pretty clear what their agenda is. I still don't see Monsanto as anything but eliminating competition with prohibition as they have done since Nixon. 90 million pounds of Roundup on the US cotton crops while Hemp uses nothing. Ganja may have rodent problems, fog and mold maybe a few insects and less herbs to ward off. Its used as a deterrent to herbs and bugs.

Is The DEA Legalizing THC?
http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/1680
Drug Czar is Required by Law to Lie
http://www.drugwarrant.com/articles/drug-czar-required

The grown up thing to do is remove it at the federal level as a controlled substance. It has known properties that have been researched for hundreds of years in modern times and thousands of years through out history. So its potential harm issues can be defined truthfully, to keep states from their own personal reefer madness. Like anything, it is or it isn't. Gossip disproved doesn't become true by repeating it as Prohibition Inc. has done since Anslinger.

CA dispensaries are self regulated and the most civilized in American history. Lower prices takes business from Cartels. Packaging is sealed, weighed and labeled. Quality product, many varieties and strains. As it should be everywhere. Especially in legalized states. Not enforcing 215 letting local prohibs ban and hassle people. Plus greed and militarized cops with forfeiture and confiscations as fringe benefits keeps the Ganjawar going. 64 is too much appeasing ignorant greedy prohibitionists and corporate sleazebags persecuting Americans while the real Public Servants were growing crops for the country. Hypocrite is a major understatement. Cliarence Thomas was a Monsanto lawyer who ruled for Monsanto to patent GMO's. No vested interest there. Until these sleazeballs are curtailed and removed from legislating or passing judgments incremental illness will prevail.

Santa Cruz Legalizes Cannabis if its Organic! - 03/30/00
http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/617

This will sum up the idiocy of the mainstream media and its celebrities. Ranting on about Trump's silly spews comparing Hilary to Nixon and Watergate. How corrupt he was and how he lied and bla bla bla. Yet at the same time he rejected his own republican commission on cannabis and re-started the drug war, predominantly on cannabis. Based on racist thoughts of beating his counterculture and black enemies. American citizens politically opposed to his insane acts were the enemy and a $Trillion+ spent since hasn't changed much. Many places are worse. Not a word about it by Dean. Still followed by both parties. Maybe you can't fix that level of stupid.

I posted this but it hasn't shown up yet. No, ‘Emailgate’ Is Not Worse Than Watergate
By JOHN W. DEANOCT. 31, 2016

These comparisons are nonsense. Only someone who knows nothing about the law, and the darkest moment of our recent political history, would see a parallel between Nixon’s crimes and Mrs. Clinton’s mistakes.

It ended more than two years later, with Nixon’s resignation on Aug. 9, 1974, followed by the criminal trial of his former attorney general, John Mitchell; his former White House chief of staff, H. R. Haldeman; and his top domestic adviser, John D. Ehrlichman, who were found guilty of perjury and obstruction of justice on Jan. 1, 1975. Along the way, some four dozen Nixon aides and associates were convicted of or pleaded guilty to criminal misconduct, including me.

Taken together, these investigations revealed astounding abuses of presidential power by Nixon, which included other illegal break-ins and burglaries; illegal electronic surveillance; misuses of agencies of government like the I.R.S., C.I.A. and F.B.I.; the practice of making political opponents into enemies and using the instruments of government to attack them; and then employing perjury and obstruction of justice to cover it all up.

So then why does Nixon's Drug War Prohibitionists continue to abuse power, which includes other legal break-ins and burglaries; illegal electronic surveillance; misuses of agencies of government like the D.E.A., N.I.D.A., I.R.S., C.I.A. and F.B.I.; The practice of making political opponents into enemies and using the instruments of government to attack them; and then employing perjury and obstruction of justice to cover it all up.

574,641 still arrested last year and made criminals while knowing Nixon lied. All based on nothing but a madman's delusions of protection from his enemies in his head.

Nixon lied to schedule Ganja #1
http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/1650

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DdC 1 year 24 weeks ago
#4

A Watershed Moment for Marijuana Legalization
http://www.cannabisnews.com/news/thread28959.shtml
Even if all of the legalization referenda pass, marijuana possession will still be illegal under the federal Controlled Substances Act. The constitutionality of sweeping federal marijuana prohibition was upheld in Gonzales v. Raich, the poorly reasoned 2005 Supreme Court decision holding that Congress’ power to regulate interstate commerce allowed it to ban the possession of medical marijuana that had never crossed state lines or been sold in any market. In Raich, constitutional federalism became yet another casualty of the War on Drugs.

After the election, marijuana could be legal for recreational or medical use in 29 states
http://touch.latimes.com/#section/1140/article/p2p-91771659/

Proponents have accused various industries — like pharma, alcohol or gambling

One striking chart shows why pharma companies are fighting legal marijuana

It's time to legalize and regulate marijuana in California. Yes on Proposition 64.
By The LA Times Editorial Board

DdC's picture
DdC 1 year 24 weeks ago
#5

Marijuana votes put pressure on US government

3 of 5 States on Track to Approve Recreational Use

Is that the fat lady singing?

A Hip-Hop Political Rally, Starring Beyoncé, Jay Z (and Hillary Clinton)

"Beyoncé “a woman who is an inspiration to so many others” and thank you Jay Z “for addressing in your music some of our biggest challenges in the country: poverty, racism, the urgent need for criminal justice reform. When I see them here, this passion and energy and intensity, I don’t even know where to begin because this is what America is, my friends,”
~ Hilary Clinton

Jay Z Calls The War On Drugs An ‘Epic Fail’ That Targets Black Americans

"a-motivation [is] a cause of heavy marijuana smoking
rather than the reverse"

Dr. Andrew Weil
(Rubin & Comitas Ganja in Jamaica, 1975)

The Racist Ganjawar
http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/703

#StopThePot: Trump trolls launch a new misinformation campaign targeting marijuana supporters

Historic Mississippi black church burned and vandalized with ‘Vote Trump’ graffiti

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