Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Donald Trump and hemp in 2018

It's been almost a year since I posted. Sorry for the long hiatus.
Presently I'm in the US, where hemp was first banned for so long, but is now legal
according to federal law, giving states the right to grow it. And many states have opted
to make it legal along with medical and recreational cannabis.
Which two are grown in abundance; while industrial hemp is not much talked about.
The left, which appropriates environmental issues, has been missing in action. The right, which
is accused of being a bunch of nasty, polluting haters, has backed hemp.
The left has also been proven to be full of child molesters, spies, sexual harassers, you name it.
Not that the GOP does not have its share. But the mile long list of lefty Hollywood celebs and their allies, including members of the Clinton and Obama family, makes one wonder why they can make any claim to environmental issues. And none are wearing hemp; save Woody Harrelson, whose name has not appeared on any of the sexual harassment claims. OK, a few others as well; but what did they know and when did they know it? Should we belive Katie Couric and her claims that she knew nothing of Matt Lauer's lewd acts? That his office-cum-dungeon was a complete secret?

I'd believe her more if she was wearing hemp; not cotton. Which is a crop the left loves, reference if you will a previous post about the cottonistas and their show in London. Cotton kills. The left wears it. The left started the Vietnam War, supported slavery, sent back the St. Louis to Hitler, etc etc.

But I did not want to start the year just bashing the left. I spent years trying to work with them, and indeed marched against the Vietnam War in my youth, etc etc. But the left in the US and elsehwhere has proven to be not much more than the party of a certain vegetarian, which promised peace and love while calling itself the socialist workers... of Germany.

So who pick up the plow and sow hemp? Could Mr Trump and his adorable deplorables get the job done? We'll see. For now they are at least producing a pro hemp shirt, on hemp cloth of course, so the GOP is the only party I see working with the issue. And where are the Greens? Again, reference previous posts on this site. Mrs Stein is counting her millions somewhere, which were supposed to be spent getting Trump out of office but which I suspect she spent on petroleum stocks.

More on the hemp shirt shortly, so stay tuned, and feel free to post any comments.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Maid of Hemp

And from  Wales...Jou-el King just sent in a short video about  hemp, or cywarch as it is called in Welsh  - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1bOpKqGeFQgelhBSTF3dXFVT1E 

King runs Maid of Hemp, which we have the pleasure of introducing on this blog.

A oes unrhyw un yma un siarad Cymraeg?

Monday, December 12, 2016

Press Wars: Genevieve Roberts outs the Daily Mail

A large part of the hemp story is the press war angle: Hemp was vilified by William Randolp Hearst, a tycoon who had a relationship with Hitler. Today we see that the press likes stories on pot but not so much hemp, which is a much harder story. Easier to cut and paste Kim Kardashian into a doper story and there you go.
The press can be a very dangerous tool; idle hands working for satan, cutting and pasting idiotic stories while ignoring useful ones. Or it could be very good, with the more diligent journalists making a real effort.
As an example of both, we have the David Burke 9 December story in the Daily Mail, which has the most widely read news website in the world. On it, Burke shows us graphic images of babies being tortured. And he tells us that the criminals are from the Myanmar Army.
Not so.
Get your facts straight, or a better journalist, such as Genevieve Roberts of the UK, will out you - as she did on Twitter - showing the false information along with the correction and the response from Mynamar.
The child molesters were in fact Cambodian. But somehow facts do not bother Burke, and the Daily Mail did not issue any apology. If they continue to act with such disrespect, they may have a protest outside their New York offices at 51 Astor Place.
Allowing the press to lie and smear people and entire nations is wrong. As individuals, we need to not just walk on by when someone is getting mugged, ignore the cries of a Kitty Genovese, or act in any other such deplorable way. Real man do not work for CNN (which assaulted me when I tried to present facts to them here in New York; real men don't like facts and try to ignore them or get beligerent).

So let's see if the Daily Mail has any real men on its staff, man enough to issue an apology and follow this up with the real story on the real story in Cambodia.

Monday, December 05, 2016

Jill Stein in New York outside Trump Towers

Jill Stein came to New York today and made more money for her recount project. Which is very good news for companies like Exxon Mobile, Lockheed Martin, etc. She has already $8,500,000 in such firms, so she is a loyal investor. Many in the GOP no doubt approve.

And since she raised over $6,000,000 for the recount of the votes this November in the US, she is going to have a lot more. Which some people think was going to be spent on the recount. In fact that was the premise of her solicitation.

But that is not where the money went. She could have had a recount in Pennsylvania, but she did not want to pay the state fee of $1,000,000 to pay for their workers. Maybe she expected them to do it for free. And keep the money she raised.

Arriving in New York at 10am, she headed for the Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue, across from which she made her speech. The press was there in great force, but only to listen to her. When I showed them the information about her, they rudely ignored it. They know she has lots of money and makes an easy story just showing up to ask for more money.

Most of the passersby knew that too. While the press was rude, the crowd reached out to me, and when I told them the facts about Stein were easy to check - and FREE - they wanted to know why the journalists were acting like petulant brats. Lots of disgust from both Democrats and Republicans on this. I ridiculed them for hours - and told one fool who wanted only an easy scoop that I could face every single American in the face after having done my bit They acted bored and stupid. They did squirm as I pointed them out, and had to endure my honest criticism for their dishonest and sloppy work.

CNN was especially rude, and this after assaulting me on 9 November when I asked them why they were only reporting one side to the story. I had to threaten them with arrest. CNN treats American with contempt by not telling the whole story, ignoring issues like hemp, Clinton's sexual abuse of Cathy O'Brien, etc.

Other outlets are also full of stupid lazy hacks. Just look at the lack of articles on hemp - compared to the multitude of articles on Kim Kardashian. Or dope. Written by dopes.

So while I am not against a recount, Jill Stein is NOT the person to be trusted with it and lots of money. Who knows what she is really doing with it. And how many fools there are in the Green Party to allow someone with the kind of investment she has to be their candidate.

That said, in case someone wants to accuse me of being some kind of right wing activist, go on this very blog and see how many times I supported Cynthia McKinney when she was the Green  Party presidential candidate. A black woman FYI. The press ignored her since she went after Bush, and did not just allow hypocrisy in the Democrat party.

So there. Let's see what Trump will do with the hemp issue, bear in mind that two top Republicans were mor in support than either Greens or Democrats, I am referring to Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, both Senators from Kentucky - and let's not forget Ron Paul, retired Congressman from Victoria, Texas, the town in which my sister runs Minawear ( www.minawear.com ).
And of course, I was wearing Minawear hemp clothing - Jill Stein was not. Very few in the Greens really support hemp now with her as their candidate, maybe they smoke dope. Must be to be giving her money.

Monday, June 06, 2016

10 years on for Hemp for Victory

Yesterday marked the 10 year anniversary of this blog, with a first post about hemp events in London.
725 posts later, it has covered hemp oil analysis, politics, hemp businesses, hemp events, hemp news, hemp books, etc etc and some off-the-topic posts as well.

In that time period hemp awareness has grown, the book "Hemp for Victory" was published, and hemp is now legal in many US states.

We hope that the next two years will bring about hemp manufacturing in the UK and the US on a large scale basis. China presently leads the world in hemp cultivation and production, as it did in 2006. Canada is catching up but is still mainly cultivating hemp for seeds - but a New York businessman named Gardner McBride is set to change that with large amounts of acreage of hemp in Ontario. He sells both seeds and fibre, and is looking to increase the quality of his product with a view to researching more applications with the possibility of growing hemp for textile fibres in the future.

So we'll see...I would expect that in the next two years hemp will advance as much as it did in the last ten. To help that process and get a petition to the White House, you can assist us in that goal by clicking on the 'About Us' page at www.minawear.com

Thank you all for a decade of work. All you comments and emails are appreciated.

One thing we are working on is a 2nd ed. of  "Hemp for Victory", and so any new information to add to that book is most welcome. Progess is slow, but steady. Lots more work to be done.

Kenyon Gibson

Hemp History Week 6 June- 12 June


Hemp History Week in Victoria, TX!

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During Hemp History Week June 6th through the 12th of 2016,  hemp activists will come together to co-create events around the country to promote education, awareness and activism.
From Hawaii to North Dakota, Vermont, and Kentucky things are heating up for the legalization of hemp farming.  So far at least 26 states have successfully introduced hemp legislation and at least 6 are growing test plots.

June 9th at 7 PM in Victoria, TX where Minawear Luxury Hemp Loungewear is based, the Guerrilla Gourmet restaurant will be hosting a Hemp History Week event.  See the movie Bringing It Home about the modern hemp industry while sampling Chef James Canter's hemp menu items.  At 7:15 join the Skype conversation with the creator of the Cannabis Car, Bruce Dietzen.

Along with free product samples from Manitoba Harvest,  and Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps, attendees will also be eligible for a chance to win a copy of Hemp for Victory, browse the hemp library, check out other hemp uses and products, and shop one of a kind tie dyes from Minawear Luxury Hemp Loungewear.

The best way to support the legalization of hemp farming in the United States is to purchase and use hemp products as often as you can, and tell every one you know about this plant and all of it's 25,000 applications.

We will discuss the current legislature while making available several petitions to sign.

Sign today!  Legalize Hemp Farming

Participate in Hemp History Week by creating your own event,  educating yourselves, and using hemp in one of it's 25,000 applications in your every day lives!

Guerrilla Gourmet
311 E. Constitution St. Victoria, TX
June 9th, 2016 7 PM to 10 PM
  • Admission by donation to pay for the Screening
  • Tuesday, April 19, 2016

    Did Errol Flynn wear hemp? spies lies and nazis in letters from Rudolf Stoiber

    The swashbuckling Tasmanian thespian Errol Flynn became a subject of intense study lately, through some very complex, let's way weird, circumstances. While dealing in collectibles in New York, I came across a trove of letters written to Steven Lovett Jones, a designer who lived with the Austrian author and TV correspondent Rudolf Stoiber. The letters included details of Stoiber's correspondence with Charles Higham, whose book "Trading with the Enemy" I quoted in Hemp for Victory.
    Higham wrote that book after writing a book on Errol Flynn, in which he alleged that Flynn was a nazi or nazi sympathiser, much of his thesis based on the fact that Flynn spent much time with a Dr Hermann Erben, actually an Austiran Jew who was also a nazi party member..and alleged Abwehr spy.
    While Higham is a highly respected researcher, his book on Flynn was debunked extensively, and it appears that not only was Flynn not any kind of nazi sympathiser, but that Erben was quite possibly a double agent infiltrating the Abwehr for the OSS, and that he later worked for the CIA and possibly Mossad; in Saudi Arabia he was denounced by a former nazi, against whom he had tesitfied in China, and arrested as a spy for Israel. Ironically, his wife did not know he was Jewish and told the interrogators she had no Jewish firiends or relatives!
    The plot is thick and murky and I dare not even attempt to go further with all the details...maybe I will write about it later in an article or even a book...just one more juicy detail will I drop here, Erben was given a job by GOP heavy Sterling Cole in 1974, he went to work for Gerald Bull in Barbados, Bull was later supplying weapons to Saddam Hussein, and in 1990 someone put a bullet to his head in Brussels. Cole, BTW, is claimed in a note by Higham to have hired Ilse Bohrmann at US taxpayer expence - she is the daughter of Martin Bohrmann, killed at the expence of the Russian taxpayer when Russian tanks opened fire on him as he tried to escape Berlin in 1945.
    So quite possibly I will be posting more here. An unpuslished manuscript by Erben's wife with notes in Higham's hand is most interesting and incriminates the CIA.
    So I had cause to go back and look in my book what quotes from Higham were used. They all appear on p. 65, endnotes 43,44,45, and 46. Here is wrote that required his research:

    "Du Pont, financed by the Mellon Bank, had acquired GM, which was then placed under Irenee du Pont. As chairman, he led GM to new strengths, not only in his charismatic speeches about a 'race of supermen', but in reaching new sales, many to the Nazi war machine.
    The workers, however, were not included in many of Irenee's ideas. Rather, they came under atack, were spied upon, beaten, tortured, and killed. Obsessed by Hitler's principles, he turned them on Americans, and such organisations as the American Liberty League (ALL), the Black Legion (BL) and the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) were to play a hand in suppressing labour; terrorist organisations sponsored by 'patriots'.
    For ALL. veteran's bonuses were an extravagance, whilst taxes for pensions and the unemployed were attacked. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was to clash with the du Ponts over this organisation, stating that it : "ganged up against people's liberties." Irenee had founded the league with Lammot and Pierre, and other anti-African-American and anti-Semitic organisations were to follow. Irenee also paid $1,000,000 for gas equipped storm troops to sweep through plants and beat up those who were not in line; moreover, the board kept personal links to Hitler, some signing an agreement of total commitment to the Nazi cause, vowing to stamp out Jewish influence in America. When the Nazis invaded France, James D. Mooney, GM's chief ofd European operations, went to New York to have champagne and celebrate, renting a suite in the Waldorf-Astoria on Park Avenue specially for the occasion."

    So there is good Higham and bad Higham. Stoiber in his letters at the time (ca. 1980) wrote that Higham had fabricated some of the accounts, and some suggest that Higham had been spurned in his sexual advances as a young man by Flynn so sought revenge in his book. Who knows.

    I will also be posting some information on an Errol Flynn site run by David DeWitt who knows his family and friends, and hope to help set the records straight. There are over 100 letters in my possession plus other documents in this story, so stay tuned...

    And for information on Errol Flynn, here is the URL for the #1 Flynn site in the world.


    Tuesday, January 12, 2016

    Rolling Stoned

    As a hemp blog, this is certainly bound to be confused with, and share some attention with, drug sites. Hemp is, after all, Cannabis sativa, perhaps the world's most used drug, with a wide range of applications medicinally and many varieties of hash and marijuana.
    However, I happen to be a drug free person; and I am also a victim of drug related violence, when here in Manhattan I was held down and stabbed on East 23rd Street at the notorious Kenmore Hotel, which was later taken over, with some assistance on my part, by local, state and federal law enforcement.
    Enigma thus casts its shadow over my work, with  my hand forced to deal with a wide range of issues and characters, including marijuana. And much as I endorse making both industrial hemp and marijuana legal, I am not about to support in any way drug addiction or the sick, violent world of drug dealing.
    As a victim of violent drug dealers, I am disgusted by the recent article in Rolling Stone in which not only a drug dealer, but a terrorist who has killed American citizens while living in the lap of luxury from his ill gotten gains, is interviewed by Sean Penn. This self serving thespian sees no duty to turn in a criminal; he gains attention and money from his chat with the lowlife, and does not take into account the deaths of his fellow American, many of them babies and children, who die each year due to the greed of  drug dealers.
    In some countries what he has done is illegal. It is immoral anywhere. The only interaction with El Chapo should be to make an arrest, such as I performed on drug dealers here in Manhattan, after they came to my attention by slashing the face of a former Marine. Navy man that I am,  I did not see fit to let this go. And it did not have to be a fellow serviceman who was their victim; I feel the same obligation to anyone, including  babies and children, and that is the reality that Penn and Rolling Stone seem to lack awareness of. In the world of Hollywood and hip mags, drugs are just par for the course or even way cool.
    They are not. Drugs kill, drugs destroy lives, and drugs are a MAJOR part of the economic woes in America today. But noting such issues and caring for them is NOT cool in some circles; in fact, it can get you sneered at.
    Rolling Stone has to learn to draw the line. It does not need to give the perception of glamorizing drug dealers, terrorists and fools to remain hip. I  count myself among its readers,  partly for the music angle, and partly for works by veteran journalists such as Matt Taibbi. But I am in the mood to boycott this publication and call upon everyone in America to do the same.
    A tough line against drugs and any parties promoting drugs or making them seem cool is what is needed. But before I call a boycott - standing outside their 6th Avenue midtown offices with posters and sign up sheets, I would like to talk to them and work on remedy.
    If they are man enough to meet with me, we can work this out. If not, and I end up 'talking to the hand' with unanswered emails and labyrinth like phone systems to waste my time, then I am left  no choice but to get in their face, like I did when drug dealers got out of line.
    I am a man. A man stands up for real issues and meets the needs in his society. Talking to El Chapo may be 'way cool' and help to sell magazines, but it is not how to meets no need. Arresting him and having information on his whereabouts is; and that part took real men, not hipster actors.
    Real men, in fact, died performing that, while actors went to the bank and partied, seeking the attention they did not deserve; and Rolling Stone was a vehicle for them to grab this attention.
    Enough already. Rolling Stone will be hearing from me, with an amicable remedy in hand.
    Part of which will be not about what they published; which, as one politician succinctly said is grotesque, but about the conspicuous absence of any major article on C. sativa as hemp. That is  not just a cool issue, but one which affects the US economy. Hemp gives farmers an easy to cultivate crop, producing a raw material that was used, incidentally, in the making of the first American flag. Let's hope that Rolling Stone did not run short on resources giving Penn and his pal the limelight, but that they are able to allocate time and funds to a seminal piece about something that has place in America's past, present and future.
    Or would that just not be their kind of cool?