Legalizing industrial hemp- Reasons why


Promo Video featuring excerpts from “Hempsters- Plant the seed”- A documentary film about the struggle to legalize industrial hemp in the US- featuring Woody Harrelson, Ralph Nader, Julia Butterfly Hill, Gatewood Galbraith, Craig Lee. Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Donna Cockrell and others. The DVD of Hempsters plant the seed will be available June 28th, 2011 at www.CinemaLibreStore.com

25 Responses to “Legalizing industrial hemp- Reasons why”

  1. JDoubleOP  on June 15th, 2011

    Let’s smoke surfboards…:)

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  2. RyanFalls  on June 15th, 2011

    @MrSafetymeeting I actually wouldn’t doubt that

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  3. cch62  on June 15th, 2011

    @MrSafetymeeting What are you talking about? Against Capitalism? Hemp production is banned by the group of central planners under the total opposite of Capitalism. In a purely Capitalistic society hemp would be allowed to be grown freely by all.

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  4. kresohorvat77  on June 15th, 2011

    What? The land of the free?
    Whoever told you that is your enemy!

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  5. endthedrugwar  on June 15th, 2011

    If Wood wanted to make hemp legal he could. It just takes effort.

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  6. withoutrulesorbounds  on June 15th, 2011

    @MrSafetymeeting Fair enough.

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  7. jeromeis64  on June 15th, 2011

    @ishedolewz no hatred in my heart just jah light a fool is just you my brother there is love all around

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  8. Hummingbirdshemp  on June 15th, 2011

    sorry about all the posts.. I didn’t think it had gone through.

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  9. Hummingbirdshemp  on June 15th, 2011

    It is very true, that hemp is kept down because of industrial and corporate greed. Good health to you all.

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  10. Hummingbirdshemp  on June 15th, 2011

    It is very true, that hemp is kept down because of industrial and corporate greed. The only way to make them understand is to stop supporting “The Beast”, as Woody Harrelson put it. Good health to you all.

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  11. Hummingbirdshemp  on June 15th, 2011

    It is very true, that hemp is kept down because of industrial and corporate greed. The only way to make them understand is to stop supporting “The Beast”, as Woody Harrelson put it. Good health to you all.

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  12. Hummingbirdshemp  on June 15th, 2011

    It is very true, that hemp is kept down because of industrial and corporate greed. The only way to make them understand is to stop supporting “The Beast”, as Woody Harrelson put it. Good health to you all.

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  13. MrSafetymeeting  on June 15th, 2011

    @withoutrulesorbounds America doesn’t really have capitalism. We have corporatism. The people who have the most money make all of our laws. Hemp was made illegal because it was too big of a threat to the timber industry. This isn’t my theory. It’s a fact.

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  14. kaduisaui  on June 15th, 2011

    First question: Who within our Government thinks hemp is bad and should remain illegal?

    Second question: Why are those people still in office making bad choices for America?

    Any person in Government that votes against the public good should be thrown out of politics and made to never play politician again.

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  15. fordgt402  on June 15th, 2011

    Wow, i respect Woody Harrelson.

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  16. LoveVanillaRose  on June 15th, 2011

    AND THE TRUTH SHALL SET US FREE

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  17. eternalcrumpet  on June 15th, 2011

    2:48 only americans would give their kid the name butterfly as a middle name

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  18. ishedolewz  on June 15th, 2011

    @jeromeis64 If you like listening to the back ground music fine. spread your hatred somewhere else fool.

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  19. Anomki  on June 15th, 2011

    “… hemp is of first necessity to the commerce and marine, in other words to the wealth and protection of the country.”
    -Thomas Jefferson, 3rd U.S. President

    We shall, by and by, want a world of hemp more for our own consumption. – John Adams, 2nd U.S. President

    Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the hemp fields?
    - Henry Ford

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  20. MetalxXxMayhem  on June 15th, 2011

    Fuck pollinating “illegal” outdoor grows!! Marijuana does NOT deserve to be treated like a dangerous drug or get lumped into the “dangerous drug” category. Its never killed anybody, doesn’t do any real damage to the body other than the lungs, and can help treat many various diseases. Don’t fuck people over just because you guys don’t like to smoke pot!! Where’s the freedom in that?

    Peace & Love :)

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  21. AngelNaphtalie  on June 15th, 2011

    Positively go for it. What’s of this earth should be used. Our creator said: the seed of the earth is for man kind to use. So I say: ‘no man of this earth has a right to take what is of the earth, that is to be used by man kind as he/she should be, and own and control it’s use, for only his or her own purposes. The seed of the earth and it’s fruits are for all mankind, and should be used accordingly. If hemp is of nature, we should be using it to it’s full potential. Isay use it.

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  22. dillonjbritt  on June 15th, 2011

    this guy is an actor right. the one that plays the blind guy in 7 pounds?

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  23. jeromeis64  on June 15th, 2011

    @ishedolewz we will praise god ,jah and pray for you ignorance will be your downfall

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  24. jeromeis64  on June 15th, 2011

    YES I AGREE but we must think about compassion first we are all one people and some of us need cannabis as medicine
    i am 100% disabaled vet with terminal cancer; pain control is not available to me as the VA found a trace of canabis in my urine used an extract as prescribed medically
    was rudely told “i could prescribe you pain magement but i wont” so i am a bad boy at 66 and need to be punished by the federal gov’t i totally support industrial hemp but one love peeps compassion first please

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  25. ishedolewz  on June 15th, 2011

    music sucks!

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