Note from Wes: I don’t know if this is true, but if it is, it’s very unfortunate.
There is hope, however: The Marley family just partnered with a company that’s going to grow natural, organic cannabis for the legal/medicinal states and countries.
If cannabis is legalized in the US or around the world, I’d highly recommend people buy from Marley Natural or another company that can prove unflinchingly that their strains are Non-GMO and/or organic.
Written by Christina Sarich, Natural Society, December 4, 2014 – http://tinyurl.com/kcfllfu
It has supposedly been in the works for years now, but you’ve likely not heard of it – Monsanto Marijuana. Is that the big push to legalize in the US? Allegations abound that Monsanto and George Soros have been planning to unveil GMO cannabis in Uruguay, the first country to legalize the sale, cultivation, and possession of marijuana earlier this year. Could Monsanto have the same plans for the US?
Did George Soros help get marijuana legalized in Uruguay in order to open the doors for another Monsanto monstrosity – genetically modified marijuana?
If so, it would be a horrendous reversal of wide-spread access many were hoping to obtain for a plant that can literally save lives – should it to be delisted as a Schedule 1 drug by the Feds. If this is all just a ploy for Monsanto and biotech to plant acres of GM cannabis, there is no better time to stop this corporate leviathan than now.
According to the Washington Times:
“Through a network of nonprofit groups, Mr. Soros has spent at least $80 million on the legalization effort since 1994, when he diverted a portion of his foundation’s funds to organizations exploring alternative drug policies, according to tax filings”.
Soros has also been listed by the Marijuana Policy Project as one of the “Top 50 Most Influential Marijuana Users.” But he has also been suspect of being a supporter of the One World Government which destabilizes nations, foments civil wars, and overthrows governments through something called the Open Society Movement. One of their goals is to replace natural cannabis with pharmaceutical varieties that are patentable and genetically modified.
Soro’s biography presented by Open Society Foundation seems tenderhearted, even philanthropic, but others warn of his true leanings. One of his ‘philanthropic’ interests is Planned Parenthood, which has been linked to Bill Gates’ eugenicist father, William H. Gates.
Soros is also an open supporter of more power for groups such as the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, two organizations which are known to support biotech.
Health Impact News has reported:
“. . . the Oakland Institute along with other NGOs, farmer and consumer organizations from around the world launch a campaign, Our Land Our Business, to hold the World Bank accountable for its role in the rampant theft of land and resources from some of the world’s poorest people–farmers, pastoralists, and indigenous communities, many of whom are essential food producers for the entire planet.”
Further, Soros has called Russian President Vladimir Putin “an existential threat,” demanding $20 million to defend the US from Russia in ridiculous politically slanted slandering. Why? Putin has called GMO makers and GMO marketers criminals who should be jailed or fined, and has banned genetically modified food from his country.
A writer for the European Coalition for Just and Effective Drug Policies (ENCOD) states that Monsanto is already quietly at work on a project to patent a genetically modified cannabis plant in Uruguay.
It is up to you to determine if the fact that Soros owns considerable Monsanto stock shares, and also played a critical role in successfully legalizing marijuana in Uruguay – if there is foul play.
It is suggested that Uruguay is part of a much larger, global plan, and that Monsanto is quietly testing genetically modified THC and CBD to see how they can use it pharmaceutically, and own most of the world’s cannabis plant trade.
Furthermore, German pharmaceutical company, Bayer AG signed an agreement with GW Bayer AG in 2003 agreeing to an information exchange with Monsanto. Monsanto thus supposedly has “discreet access” to scientific studies on the cannabis plant and its genetic modification.