Saturday, December 5, 2009

Proof the Copenhagen Climate Conference is a Fraud ... Hemp is 'off the table'

No matter where you stand on the issue of 'climate change,' a sure sign that the Copenhagen conference is not really interested in solutions but only in the extortion of money and global control is that hemp is not 'on the table.'

Ever hear Al Gore say a word on the benefit of planting massive amounts of hemp as a carbon capture plant and its many uses that could replace thousands of polluting products and create hundreds of thousands of 'green' jobs.

Nope, you haven't and you never will. It would make too much sense. The frauds want a centralized mechanism where only a few benefit and the rest of the world would be under their thumb.

We should say no to false science, CO2 demonetization, cap and trade, carbon credits, the UN, bankers, big oil and corporate thieves and yes to hemp, small farmers and the new entrepreneurs who actually have some answers for a better world. Easier said than done but we can get there.

Silence at Copenhagen ...

Hemp Global Solutions
Our basic premise is that hemp is far more productive than typical agro-forestry projects, producing annual, versatile biomass alongside more rapid CO2 uptake. It can produce a vast range of sustainable raw materials with an overall low environmental impact, as well as improving soil structure, using low fertiliser and no other chemical inputs (i.e. reduced agrochemical residues).

Hemp can be grown on existing agricultural land (unlike most forestry projects), and can be included as part of a farm's crop rotation with positive effects on overall yields of follow on crops. This, along with super versatility in diverse soil conditions and climates, makes hemp cultivation a viable and genuine potential.

The vast quantities of hemp derived products and raw materials created by large scale cultivation could replace many oil-based unsustainable products and materials, particularly in construction, locking in captured CO2 and creating secondary benefits to the global environment. In particular, hemp could be used to replace significant quantities of tree-derived products, allowing reduced use of existing tree populations, thus maintaining their CO2 uptake.

Hemp also produces much higher quantities of stronger and more versatile fibre than cotton, and many other fibre crops, which often have very high chemical residue and water footprints. Extra processing required by hemp is also at least partially offset by its recycling potential. {more}

Jack Herer has a $100,000 Challenge to Prove Us Wrong!
If all fossil fuels and their derivatives, as well as trees for paper and construction, were banned in order to save the planet, reverse the Greenhouse Effect and stop deforestation;

then there is only one known annually renewable natural resource that is capable of providing the overall majority of the world's paper and textiles; meet all of the world's transportation, industrial and home energy needs, while simultaneously reducing pollution, rebuilding the soil and cleaning the atmosphere all at the same time...
and that substance is the same one that has done it before . . .

Houses made of hemp coud help combat climate change!

Hemp and Lots of It, Could Be One Climate Solution

Hemp Is Not Pot: It's the Economic Stimulus and Green Jobs Solution We Need

Hemp: A New Crop with New Uses for North America

While on the subject, let's just legalize marijuana in every form. It's time for the 'war on drugs' scam to end.


  1. interesting thoughts, my take is here

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  3. Very nice article Kenny!

    I found a piece of mind about the challenge on a forum that's worth sharing here IMHO:
    "the solution is not the problem...
    the problem is that everyone can grow hemp
    thats why it still isnt working
    if your idea works, every person can copy the idea
    to much competition, less profit..
    profit is the bottleneck.."

    That kind of explains why hemp was off the table in Copenhagen to me, they just want to try and make profit out of global warming rather than looking for solutions, especially if hemp IS the solution, their integrity and the whole international law system could be questioned and they freakin' fear it!