Patients for Medical Cannabis

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How Cannabinoids Kill Cancer – Dennis Hill

Update from Dennis (2.28.13):

  • My progress is good. Asked my doctor the meaning of my last three PSAs. He said: The PSA has not risen over 2.4 in nine months, we can presume the cancer is in remission. Music to my ears. Cannabinoid extract wins again. Huzzah!

Previous update (12.8.12):

  • After six months using cannabis extract, a prostate biopsy confirmed the cancer was gone, in February 2010. Twenty months later, biopsy showed cancer had returned. I have reinstated cannabis extract and PSA is declining. I expect the cancer to be gone soon, just as it did previously.

On the need to decarboxylate medicine: 

  • “My co-op hash oil had not been decarboxylated. THCA does not fit the CB-1 receptor that is required to send seramide to the work of apoptosis.” (This…

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… from Mossadeq to 9/11

by Paul Craig Roberts

Institute for Political Economy (September 10 2013)

Washington has been at war for twelve years. According to experts such as Joseph Stiglitz and Linda Bilmes, these wars have cost Americans approximately $6 trillion, enough to keep Social Security and Medicare sound for years. All there is to show for twelve years of war is fat bank balances for the armament industries and a list of destroyed countries with millions of dead and dislocated people who never lifted a hand against the United States.

The cost paid by American troops and taxpayers is extreme. Secretary of Veteran Affairs Erik Shinseki reported in November 2009 that “more veterans have committed suicide since 2001 than we have lost on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan”. Many thousands of our troops have suffered amputations and traumatic brain injuries. At the Marine Corps War College Jim…

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Truly one of the very best of people and as a PM.

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Official U.S. Embassy photo by Adam P. Wilson Prime Minister Julia Gillard : Prime Minster 24 June 2010 – 27 June 2013

As one of the most talked about and polarised public figures in contemporary Australian history Julia Gillard can be ranked as one of the best Prime Ministers in contemporary Australian history. While much can be written about the short comings of her government this article will focus on the overly positive and amazing work she did as Prime Minster which is deliberately left out of the main stream media.

As the first female Prime Minister of Australia she has set a new standard for girls and women across the country, that they can achieve what ever it is they want to achieve. Even though the way she came to power is under somewhat of cloud she was able to rise above it and accomplish many things for the nation. As it has been said a record of…

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Brilliant work,thank you John.


Australia’s leading coral reef scientists havecalled for huge coalmining and port developments in Queensland to be scrapped in order to avoid “permanent damage” to theGreat Barrier Reef.

TheAustralian Coral Reef Society(ACRS)report, compiled by experts from five Australian universities and submitted to the United Nations, warns that “industrialising the Great Barrier Reef coastline will cause further stress to what is already a fragile ecosystem.”

The report notes that nine proposed mines in theGalilee Basin, in central Queensland, will produce coal that will emitan estimated 705m tonnes of carbon dioxideat capacity – making the Galilee Basin region the seventh largest source of emissions in the world when compared to countries.

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Chemtrails: The Exotic Weapon

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Historic Speech in Damascus sends Shockwaves around the World


Last week Gordon Duff, Senior Editor of Veterans Today delivered an Historic Keynote Speech at the International Conference on Combating Terrorism and Religious Extremism held in Damascus, Syria. This speech is sending shock-waves around the World.

John mccain father of ISISGordon Duff was part of a Veterans Today Senior Staff Delegation that traveled to Damascus and was in consultation with the Veterans Today Board and other like minded individuals within the Military and Intelligence community.

This Delegation included Veterans Today Senior Editor *Gordon Duff, Veterans Today Managing Editor **Jim Dean, Veterans Today Director ***Colonel James Hanke, and Veterans Today Financial Editor ****Mike Harris.

Gordon Duff’s speech quickly changed the focus of the whole conference and is now sending shock-waves around the World in the various Diplomatic, Military and Intelligence corps around the World.

Why is his…

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An Aussie teen wanker who ran away from home because he wasn’t getting his own way with stuff, has emerged appearing in a video fondling a gun and talking bollocks.

Like a badly caricatured villain from a “Die Hard” film, the Aussie teen wanker can be seen surrounded by a bunch of other wankers fondling his gun, and talking in medieval clichés about flags and weapons and killing a bunch of people who give him the shits.

It is understood the wanker has hooked up with a notorious Middle-Eastern rape gang comprised of illiterate wankers who also talk bollocks but mostly fuck around in the desert blowing things up, randomly raping kids and killing people just for shits ‘n’ giggles.

When asked his reaction to the video, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said, “Look, I don’t intend giving so much as a sideways glance to this little cunt, and neither should…

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Could never understand how Labor picked Shorten over Albanese.

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Shorten WTF are you doing?

Bill Shorten, Mr 40% Bill Shorten, Mr 40%

When the ALP announced that they were going to change the criteria and allow the R&F to have more of a say, I thought that might be a good start and a new direction for a factional mishmash that was slowly but surely killing itself.

Little did I know!

Albo, Mr 60% Albo, Mr 60%

The fact is, that with around 60% of the R&F voting for Albo, and only 40% for Shorten, the members made it perfectly clear who they wanted, and yet the factions, once again stepped in to make sure their bloke got over the line.

Now at the time, I made my feelings clear, along with a large majority of the R&F, that Albo was the man to rebuild the party and take us to the next election.

I said that Shorten had too much baggage from the last two…

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