Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Post Carbon Institute

Hi Folks. I just sent a reply to Richard, who is a fellow with the institute. He wrote an article that talked about coping wih the situation we find ourselves in. I suggested Hemp as a big help in finding a solution or at least try and cope with the bigger problems. Google the Institute and find out more . Michael Michael

Sunday, April 12, 2009

What is new, hemp-wise?

Hemp is once more being put on the back burner down in the States. Obama refuses to listen to the will of the people. When he needs support from the people, he will not get it. Farmers are hurting and have been demanding they be allowed to grow hemp. So much in the economy could be changed around, and all it would take from Obama is one piece of paper telling the tax people to hand out the tax stamps for it. The simple and obvious answers get filtered out when the people in charge snicker at the people asking(demanding) the government do this one little thing.

If there is any new news out there about hemp, please feel free to send it my way so I can write about it. Thanks.

Michael J. Kaer

Sunday, April 05, 2009

What is happening?

Hi folks.

Many small events are going on all the time to push forward the Hemp/Cannabis culture. The new US prez has stated he is not in favour of legalizing Marijuana and all the momentum the movement had thinking that the new administration would be different has kind of chilled out. There was real hope that real change was about to happen. For Obama to openly mock the intelligent people online is something he is going to have to face some day. It will come back to bite him in the backside just when he needs support the most. It was people on the Internet that got him elected, but the powers that be that control the US and funnel money to it is against hemp in general since it is a major threat to it's interests. How else can you explain the stand of the government when it will not allow farmers to grow industrial hemp. That is just plain idiotic and I see a time where the government will be forced to allow farmers to grow. Why does Obama not say he made a mistake. He has done it before and and he will be forced to do it again. The Farmers would be the most vigilnt wathdogs overtheir land since that do not want Marijuana growing any where near his crop since cross polonation would make for a stunted hemp plant and the marijuana would be sub-par and people would not want to buy it. NOTE TO GOVERNMENTS - STOP INTERFERING IN FARM MANAGEMENT- YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.

Michael J. Kaer, author of "What Money Can't Buy"