So Maybe Cannabis Has Killed People — Part II #CannabisIsSaferThanFossielFuels #710Veterans

Alright. So, I did say once that cannabis can kill people, but this applies strictly to manufacturing. Manufacturing in the oil industry is far more dangerous than in the cannabis industry. Sure, doing a butane extraction on an open blast is like creating a small IED, but I am ex military, and I never encountered an IED, and I hope I never do. However, I am not afraid, as is any brave soldier. But for those that are afraid, rest assured that the Lord has it.


Manufacturing in any industry is dangerous. In Colorado, they use closed-loop blasting systems in highly controlled environments to reduce risk, and they do it on a massive scale. In some places, a gram of wax can go for as much as $100 per gram. There are 28 grams in an ounce, and 16 ounces in a pound. Imagine being able to blast enough to have freight tons of wax.

Of course, the oil, pharma, alcohol, and overall religiously brainwashed masses don’t want sanity in their world or in their government. They mostly want this chaos that we currently have. To want anarchy, is to want what our founding fathers’ wanted.

“Give me Liberty or give me Death.” They proclaimed.

And none surrendered. Well, there is not a single logical reason why cannabis should remain illegal. We should legalize it, and then bring in manufacturing and start doing all sorts of research, not just medical, but energy research, as well. This would make Texas and America sane again. So, please, do it for the troops. Do it for America.

Wagen, over and out.