Folks, here’s a great quote from the article Money and marijuana: Donors with ties to industry give to legalize pot showing the paper trail that leads back to George Soros, It’s about California’s Prop. 64:
“Aaron Herzberg, a marijuana entrepreneur and the general counsel at CalCann Holdings, which focuses on municipally licensed marijuana real estate opportunities, said he favors ensuring there are plenty of busi…ness “opportunities for the small guy.”
But, he added, “the reality is it takes a lot of capital and “business knowledge” (Letitia’s quotes] to enter into a highly regulated market.”
I put “business knowledge” into quotes for a reason.
Prop. 64”s provisions create “crony capitalism.” The Libertarian Party’s Executive Committee recognized that fact, as did I. That means it’s going to take connections to the bureaucrats running the “Marijuana Control” bureaucracy to get a license and/or permit to participate in “the industry.” And LOTS of capital, because some of that $$$ is going to have to go to “campaign contributions,” or, as they are called in Europe, bribes.
What a coincidence that it looks like those very same people are also investing money to get this POS proposition past the electorate and into law before anyone realizes what’s up.
And who will get the limited licenses and permits that Prop. 64 will allow? The Governor and his friends & supporters. And who can pick up bribes for “allowing” entrepreneurs to get a municipal license?
The crony capitalistic system that Prop. 64 sets up is so offensive, and so ugly, that no one who understands what’s going on could support it –unless they are part of the in-crowd it creates. Or think they’re part of the in-crowd. Or are part of the group who’ll get bribes, like city council members, or city managers.
So be wary of any city council that has decided to endorse Prop. 64 instead of actively opposing it.
And yes, George Monsantosoros is waiting in the wings, to benefit from the changes to California law that Prop. 64 will make to existing law about industrial hemp. All the skids have been greased, and all it will take is that last little push from Prop. 64 to allow Monsanto to grow GMO industrial hemp and sell industrial hemp seed all over the US. Stay tuned for an article explaining the hidden hemp aspect of Prop. 64.
Please pass this information on to your fellow voters! The anti-GMO, anti-Prop. 64 grassroots don’t have much money, but we do have social media contacts! But word of mouth is safest — TALK to your friends about the Trojan Horse that’s Prop. 64!
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