Re: Civil disobedience and legal actions to promote liberty

From: Rik van Riel (
Date: Thu Jan 13 2000 - 09:10:14 MST

On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Mike Linksvayer wrote:
> Zeb Haradon wrote:
> > I've always thought it would be a good idea to take a few pounds of
> > marijuana, break it up into 1000 bags or so, and have 1000 people walk to
> > the pollice station with a bag each and turn themselves in 1 by 1.. day
> > after day after day.
> I've always thought a Johnny Hempseed movement would be a good
> idea. No vacant lot, roadside, ditch, or park should be without
> hemp. It's a very hardy weed, should grow anywhere, or so say
> hemp activists.

According to my father it grows up to 1.5 metres high, along
almost every road in areas of Siberia... This means that it
probably should grow just as obnoxiously in the US.

> One shouldn't be able to look at any non-landscaped public
> property without bearing witness to the absurdity and futility of
> making war against a plant.

Sounds like fun :) I'd really like to watch (from a great
distance) how the US tries to get rid of a certain species
of plant. It should be possible to start seeding it in the
more obscure places so that it'll have grown too big to be
eradicated when it's found.

But if you're interested in using it, be sure to pick another
species than the one that grows in Siberia -- that one's
completely THC-less :)

have fun,


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