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Rastas want ganja laws changed

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Chairman of the Ras Freeman Foundation for the Re-unification of Rastafari Franlyn King Frank-I Francis and Treasurer Kiyode Erasto Straker presented Antiguas Prime Minister with a petition to decriminalize marijuana. Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer promised to discuss the matter further with the Rastafarian community. The petition included over 1500 signatures. It noted the sacramental use of the herb and the potential for use of the hemp plant in industry and as a value to the economy of the island.

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legalise it!!
we afi no dat ganja fi make pple wise them politicians fi smoke ganja yet fi de tell us its illegal. legalise ganja one`s n 4 all
By maurice @ ethiopia
Monday, January 10, 2005

cuz the whole world needs to legallise ganja
only reason they wont legalise ganja is cuz the big shots wont make a profit from it cuz cancer sticks are alot worse and weed is medcine
By shatta @ antigua,bendals
Sunday, January 9, 2005


Sunday, January 2, 2005

is tobbacco any better?
if tobbacco is legal so should marijuana be, and if marijuana is illegal so should the ciggarette be. it is quite true that a produced ciggarette with it's tar and ammonia is more dangerous than ganja in its natural state. if Jamaica's Government is trying to be "health concious" for it's people they should take that fact into consideration.
By david b. @  

Wednesday, December 29, 2004

Since the smoking of weed is so very predominant in Jamaica, I think it would be wise of the government to work with the people to meet a mutual agreement. as long as the are not carrying it to other countries where it is considered illegal I do not think it should be outlawed. Smoking weed is more than jus something to do for many, it is for religious purposes as well, because our beautiful nation does not hold prejudice against people for religion it should allow Rastafarians to be free to practise religious customs.

always one love. JAMAICA land we love
and respect!
By melisssa @ Jamaica, manchester
Wednesday, December 29, 2004

weed is life to me nah smoke nuh white lady and i dedicate my life to the weed all the way. ganga is the healing of the nation ganga was found on the grave of King Solomon. one of the wisest man eva live
By s-mac @ canada
Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Them should a legalize it from long time, I dont even know why it is illegal. Cigarettes can do more damage to u but the only reason them dont illegalise it is because the politicians are making money out of this industry. Weed is from the ground and God make it, just like some people say that pork is bad for u but other people say God make it so it is good. Isnt it the same. Jah know se me know some old people who bun herb and them older than what we might grow to.
By Some1 @ America. New York 

Monday, December 20, 2004

Rastas want ganja laws changed
I mean llok at that fucking shit in the picture. Anyone who wants to put that shit in their system, let them. Fucking drug addicts.
By That shit is poison @ only i can know 

Sunday, December 19, 2004

the herb
Ganja has been around since the passage of time.....why now is its use been so demoralized and downplayed as so wrong. I think it is a just a political thing worldwide put forward by the fda to fight against ganja users..rastas and otherwise. There is no real reason why they have laws against it because there are many other depressants on the drug store shelves that do the same thing and worst but yet the fda endoreses it. So really and truly what kinda vibes the politicians a keep up
By observer @ st kitts
Tuesday, December 14, 2004

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