Romancing the Stoners: Coca-Cola

Update 09/23/2018.

“Daddy Weedbucks,” globalist GEORGE SOROS.  I neglected to mention his contribution to legalizing weed in this piece.  “Billionaire activists like . . . George Soros are fueling the campaign to legalize pot.” LA Times.


How to reduce the world’s population?

“A total world population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.”  Ted Turner, a wealthy globalist.

Knowing that marijuana reduces sperm count by up to 55% (1), it stands to reason that wealthy influential globalists like Ted Turner have  played a monumental role in the legalization of marijuana.  It also lowers male testosterone (2).

  • Ensure increased access to legal marijuana by investing in foods and beverages and candies that are poisoned with cannabis
  • Encourage new cannabis entrepreneurs
  • Raise the status of cannabis users and manufacturers
  • Change the image from dirty and filthy to young and sexy
  • Flip the health concerns on its head and promote cannabis as a new path to wellness

Looks like the globalists are working overtime romancing The Stoner Cult.

Are the wealthy globalists attempting to reduce the world population by introducing cannabis poisons into beverages?

Bloomberg 09/17/2018 – click image

These images are all over the web today:

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(1)  Marijuana reduces sperm count

(2) Marijuana lowers testosterone


Coors maker readies sales of marijuana-infused drinks

Blue Moon’s brewer launching marijuana-infused ‘beer’


America’s Invisible Pot Addicts

The Atlantic

More and more Americans are reporting near-constant cannabis use, as legalization forges ahead.

Public-health experts worry about the increasingly potent options available, and the striking number of constant users. “Cannabis is potentially a real public-health problem,” said Mark A. R. Kleiman, a professor of public policy at New York University. “It wasn’t obvious to me 25 years ago, when 9 percent of self-reported cannabis users over the last month reported daily or near-daily use. I always was prepared to say, ‘No, it’s not a very abusable drug. Nine percent of anybody will do something stupid.’ But that number is now [something like] 40 percent.” They argue that state and local governments are setting up legal regimes without sufficient public-health protection, with some even warning that the country is replacing one form of reefer madness with another, careening from treating cannabis as if it were as dangerous as heroin to treating it as if it were as benign as kombucha.

Users or former users I spoke with described lost jobs, lost marriages, lost houses, lost money, lost time. Foreclosures and divorces. Weight gain and mental-health problems. And one other thing: the problem of convincing other people that what they were experiencing was real. A few mentioned jokes about Doritos, and comments implying that the real issue was that they were lazy stoners. Others mentioned the common belief that you can be “psychologically” addicted to pot, but not “physically” or “really” addicted. The condition remains misunderstood, discounted, and strangely invisible, even as legalization and white-marketization pitches ahead.


Not Safe For The Children: Friends Who Gave Children Weed

Leave The Kids Alone, Dope Fiends!

The media has been spreading the unscientifically proven “health benefits” of marijuana FOR CHILDREN for years.  Just a quick search on the internet shows many stories.  Once a positive story appears, it is taken as fact.  Forever.  It’s all propaganda designed by the government to take your children from you – eventually.

Stoned Mom Dances, Blows Weed Smoke At 3-Year Old Daughter

The result of all this is adults are giving marijuana in all forms to their children.

It reminds me of two very disturbing events in my own life.  I had a friend in the 1990s who was a stoner.  She was in her late 30s at the time.   She was married with two little kids.  She called me every evening and talked my ear off.

At the time I was mourning the loss of my mother so my friend’s company and frequent phone calls were welcome.  Besides, she took me to my very first Catholic mass which I have loved since.  That’s another story, though.

I finally broke off our friendship:  I witnessed her smoking a joint while dancing around her little girl who was sitting on a small chair in the middle of the room while her mother danced a circle around her.  She even blew marijuana smoke in the girl’s face.   Then, they immediately got in their car and drove off.

To my eternal shame, I didn’t inform her (anti-marijuana) husband or call the police.

Stoned Musicians Laughing At Almost-Asphyxiated Child

Another time, in the 1970s, a group of musician friends, all guys, were smoking a giant ‘spliff’ at our apartment.  I didn’t have any, like usual.  Everyone was laughing it up.  Except me.

To my horror and shame a guy named David gave his 5-year-old son the spliff and egged him on to try it.  He did.  I could tell he’d done this before.  He coughed, hacked, couldn’t catch his breath.  Then, the little guy turned all red and then purplish!

I’m ashamed that I didn’t call the police.  Neither did I get mad and kick them out.  I heard shortly afterward that David’s wife took the kids and moved out of state.

QUACK SCIENCE:  Children Treated For Epilepsy With CBD Oil


California Law

Giving (as opposed to selling) marijuana to a minor 14 years of age or older carries a penalty of:

  • three, four, or five years in state prison.1

All other violations of Health and Safety Code 11361 are punishable by:

  • three, five, or seven years in state prison.2

To be clear, this longer term applies when you:

  • Sell marijuana to a minor of any age,
  • Induce a minor of any age to use marijuana,
  • Use a minor of any age to transport, sell or give away marijuana, or
  • Give or offer marijuana to a minor under 14.

The exception is medical marijuana.

Suicide, Anxiety and Panic Disorders Linked To Marijuana

Marijuana can cause severe, uncontrollable panic attacks.  I know this from experience (read my ‘About’ page).  I believe it changed my brain chemistry.  I was 17.

If left untreated with legitimate medications like antidepressants, suicide ideation and attempts at suicide may result.

  • I have nighttime panic disorder that is treated with antidepressants.   Editor.

Did Robin Williams, Kate Spade, and Anthony Bourdain have PANIC DISORDER?  I wonder.

While he’s kicked the other vices, he still drinks and smokes cannabis liberally. And he’s turned the latter recreation into the basis for something like method-cooking.

  • Anthony Bourdain, Cannabis Advocate Hangs Himself.  High Times.

Suicide, Anxiety and Panic Disorders Linked To Marijuana

Oct 31, 2017 – What is the link between marijuana use and panic or anxiety attacks? … Marijuana causes perceptual changes which make the user more …
Apr 1, 2016 – High doses of THC, on the other hand, are notoriously linked to the … irrational panic and paranoid ideas, although these symptoms often quickly abate … to mental health problems — including anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, … People with anxiety disorders who use marijuana may experience relief …
by KK Kedzior – ‎2014 – ‎Cited by 94 – ‎Related articles

May 10, 2014 – Anxiety is positively associated with cannabis use or CUD in cohorts drawn from some … some anxiety disorders, such as panic disorder and generalised anxiety disorder [20]. ….. SIAS (high-risk suicidal behaviour, psychotic) …

by G Serafini – ‎2013 – ‎Cited by 14 – ‎Related articles

Oct 11, 2013 – Globally, suicide is one of the most common causes of death among young … conditions such as bipolar disorder, and predict negative outcomes and … high levels of anxiety sensitivity or hopelessness may be more sensitive …

Dec 16, 2015 – Anxiety relief from smoking marijuana may not deliver the results … Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD · Separation Anxiety · Phobias … receptors; locking-on to different receptors leads to different effects. … of Disease Control (CDC) has tracked increased rates of suicide, up 9% between 2010 and 2012.
Sep 16, 2012 – Marijuana use linked with depression, anxiety, schizophrenia and higher suicide risk. … Overcoming Panic Attacks – Naturally. Sleep problems … Marijuana Use Linked with Schizophrenia, Anxiety, Depression and Suicide.
Oct 25, 2017 – Sherika Hill, Ph.D. — an adjunct faculty associate at the Duke University School of Medicine — is the lead author of the study, and the findings …
People with panic disorders may feel anxious to the point that it affects their …. panic disorder have substantial and possibly grim implications — the high suicide attempt … However, other research claims cannabis is associated with psychosis.
Feb 3, 2017 – If you’re having a marijuana panic attack, don’t worry. … a lot of research focused exclusively” on the signs of weedrelated panic, … Your whole body is placed on high alert, and fear of impending death or doom is palpable.

Jan 3, 2017 – Past data have suggested a link between marijuana use disorder and … likely to attempt suicide than those who started smoking marijuana later in life. … use as an adult is not associated with mood and anxiety disorders, …

The Relationship Between Anxiety Disorders and Suicide Attempts …

by J Nepon – ‎2010 – ‎Cited by 184 – ‎Related articles

Comorbidity of personality disorders with panic disorder (AOR= 5.76, 95% CI: 4.58–7.25) and with PTSD (AOR= 6.90, 95% CI: 5.41–8.79) demonstrated much …

Oct 20, 2008 – The researchers found that the presence of any Anxiety Disorder was … the current findings suggest that untreated anxiety disorders might be …
Feb 13, 2013 – The fear of dying during a panic attack is an independent risk factor for … they assert, may help clinicians assess suicide risk and ultimately …
Findings suggest acknowledging and talking about suicide may in fact … Both depression and anxiety carry a high risk of suicide,” says Mark Pollack, MD, ADAA …

Panic Attack Link to Suicide Questioned – The New York Times

Jul 22, 1992 – But the terror of the attacks, particularly if untreated, can sometimes lead people … “If you have both depression and panic attacks, it may be the …

Sep 1, 2015 – In August, researchers from the three mental health and suicide prevention … Signs of anxiety disorder often include fatigue, headaches, muscle tension and … anxiety disorder can coexist with depression when untreated, with the … “Many depressed people think about things they don’t want to think about …
Aug 9, 2013 – For depressed people, panic attacks can increase suicidal thoughts and … While the specific symptoms of any given attack vary from person to …
by J Sareen – ‎2005 – ‎Cited by 635 – ‎Related articles

Further analyses demonstrated that the presence of any anxiety disorder in ….. the current findings suggest that untreated anxiety disorders might be missed …

Panic disorder often begins in adolescence, although it may start during childhood, … Panic disorder is highly treatable, however left untreated, panic attacks get … increased risk of suicide or suicidal thoughts, alcohol or substance abuse, and …

Weed The Curse Of California

In the video below you will see and hear an idiot Californian say, the chocolate in the vat has “180 mg of THC, so, this is one you gotta be a little careful with.”  Grin!

KIVA’s  “HEALTH WARNING” ? — At the very bottom of Kiva’s website, in tiny font, is posted this wildly insufficient warning:

THC quantities are intended for reference only. Consult with your doctor to find a dose that’s right for you.
Please use KIVA products responsibly.

sacramento bee:  See how Kiva Confections creates cannabis infused edibles


Black History On Weed In Pictures

“Celebrating Black History Month – Cannabis Now”

Read about the famous Black people who smoke weed!  They are scholars over there!

Potheads will be inspired to thumb through – not actually read – a classic by Alexander Dumas not because he was one-fourth Black but because he mentioned hashish in his book, The Three Musketeers.

To see images of stupid White celebrities who smoke weed just search that yourself.

These are annoying Black celebrities who love to smoke weed and brag about it like all other potheads.

Happy Times During Black History Month!