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Hypocrites Are Making Laws!
by Cris Ericson ( indyvt [at] aceweb.com )
Sunday Mar 10th, 2013 4:42 PM
Hypocrites are making laws! While members of U.S. Congress are sloshing down tequillas and margeuritas and wines and vodkas and whiskeys with Lobbyists and even with President Obama, they are being hypocritical to keep marijuana illegal! Worse yet, they are signing onto and upholding international laws which violate the sovereignty of they United States of America. Furthermore, they appear to be at least somewhat drunk while passing laws! Hypocrites! Hypocrites! Hypocrites making and enforcing federal and international marijuana laws! March 10, 2013 Sunday
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March 10, 2013 Sunday
Members of the U.S. Congress, House and Senate, and the
President of the United States,
are drinking alcoholic beverages
and spending our future
like drunks gambling at the table
with taxpayer property deeds to stake their debts.

Their are enough alcoholic beverages
washing down the throats of U.S. Senators
and U.S. Congressmen and U.S. Congresswomen
and the President of the United States of America
to drown our future,
while they are still tipsy
after lunch or dinner with the President.
Excuse me, was that also vodka in their
orange juice at breakfast?

Don't you see what is going on?
There seem to be inebriated gamblers running
the country in Washington, D.C.!
How often does President Barack Obama
charge the cost of alcoholic beverages
to taxpayers?

What about that special dinner that
President Barack Obama lured U.S. Senators
over to while U.S. Senator Rand Paul
was giving his world famous filibuster?
How many alcoholic beverages were served
at that dinner, and what was the intended
effect that President Obama wanted the
alcoholic beverages, if any, to achieve;
and how much was billed to the taxpayers?

Let's get ahold of the expense accounts of
lobbyists and see just how much alcoholic
beverages were poured down the throats
of our esteemed elected officials in order
to get the country in the financial mess it is in!

You don't seriously think they were "dry"
when they made all of their deals
and voted the way they did that resulted
in the financial crisis we are in?

Furthermore, how many alcoholic
beverages were consumed to get the
elected officials of the
United States of America to give up
the right to control our own country?

Can the U.S. Senators and U.S. Congressmen
and U.S. Congresswomen even spell
"sovereignty" after a lunch with lobbyists
and cocktails?

The First Drone Strikes in the United States
could be from the United Nations
attacking
marijuana fields.

WHAT DID NOT SLIP PAST
U.S. SENATOR RAND PAUL'S
TONGUE?

What warning did U.S. Senator Rand Paul
fail to give us about the possibility of
drones striking Americans inside the
borders of the United States of America?

United Nations thinks it can stop
Marijuana Legalization in the USA
by the same means they use to
control Afghanistan.

U.S. Senator Rand Paul
already knew there exists
an incredibly serious problem
with "one world government"
by a select few individuals
we didn't vote for at the
United Nations:

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
November 21, 2012
The United Nations has declared
Colorado and Washington
in violation of international treaties
following ballot initiatives
that have legalized the
recreational use of marijuana.
...... “States should be allowed
to make a lot of these decisions,”
Rand Paul said
earlier this week
when asked about
marijuana legalization.
November 21, 2012

THE UNITED NATIONS HAS WEAPONS
AND THEY WILL USE THEM
AGAINST US
JUST LIKE THEY ARE
USING WEAPONS
AGAINST AFGHANISTAN
TO TRY TO STOP THEM
FROM MAKING THEIR OWN DECISIONS
ABOUT
PLANTS GOD GAVE US,
a plant far less harmful
than alcoholic beverages!

Will President Barack Obama
JUST SAY NO!
TO DRONE STRIKES

Or will President Barack Obama
allow United Nations "peacekeeping" troops
to kill Americans who are growing marijuana,
legalized by their own State laws,
but
in violation of the United Nations INCB treaty?

Isn't it time to end "one world government"
so that we can MAKE MARIJUANA LEGAL?

Isn't it time to end all of these Treaties
that the United States has signed onto
so we can get back in control of
our own country?

TAKE AMERICA BACK!
MAKE MARIJUANA LEGAL!

DON'T WAIT FOR UN TROOPS
TO COME GUNNING DOWN
MARIJUANA GROWERS IN THE U.S.A. ! ! !

INSTRUCTIONS:

What is the connection between the
United Nations and
International Narcotics Control Board?
http://incb.org/

(1) http://www.un.org/en
United Nations in English

(2) on the right, click on International Law
http://www.un.org/en/law/

(3) scroll down and see
Thematic Issues

(4) and click on Treaties
http://treaties.un.org/Home.aspx

(5) in the search box on the left
write in:
"international narcotics control board"
with quotation marks around it

(6) click on "sort by date"

(7) on the right see
"narrow your search"
and scroll down and click on the
blue link for
"international narcotics control board incb"

(8) click on:
PDF] 17. PROTOCOL AMENDING THE SINGLE CONVENTION ON
... ... Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs,
as it considers that the powers conferred
therein on the
International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) are ...
treaties.un.org/doc/Publication/MTDSG/Volume%20I/Chapter%20VI/VI-17.en.pdf
(it tells me the file is damaged and cannot be replaced)

(9)so, just go to the
International Narcotics Control Board
http://incb.org/

(10) or you can back to step (4) and go to
Treaties again
http://treaties.un.org/Home.aspx

(11) and click on Status of Treaties on the left

(12) click on Chapter VI Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances
http://treaties.un.org/pages/Treaties.aspx?id=6&subid=A〈=en
United Nations Treaty
CHAPTER VI : Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances
1. Protocol amending the Agreements,
Conventions and Protocols on Narcotic Drugs,
concluded at The Hague on 23 January 1912, at Geneva
on 11 February 1925 and 19 February 1925, and 13 July 1931,
at Bangkok on 27 November 1931 and at Geneva on 26 June 1936.
Lake Success, New York, 11 December 1946 6 1 VI 147
Protocol amending the Agreements,
Conventions and Protocols on Narcotic Drugs,
concluded at The Hague on 23 January 1912, at
Geneva on 11 February 1925 and 19 February 1925,
and 13 July 1931, at Bangkok on 27 November 1931
and at Geneva on 26 June 1936 VI-1
2. International Opium Convention.
The Hague, 23 January 1912 6 2 VI 148
International Opium Convention VI-2
3. Agreement concerning the Suppression of the Manufacture of,
Internal Trade in, and Use of, Prepared Opium.
Geneva, 11 February 1925 and Lake Success,
New York, 11 December 1946 6 3 VI 149 Agreement
concerning the Suppression of the Manufacture of,
Internal Trade in, and Use of, Prepared Opium VI-3
4. Agreement concerning the Suppression of the
Manufacture of, Internal Trade in, and Use of, Prepared Opium.
Geneva, 11 February 1925 6 4 VI 150 Agreement concerning the
Suppression of the Manufacture of, Internal Trade in, and Use of,
Prepared Opium VI-4
5. International Opium Convention. Geneva, 19 February 1925 and
Lake Success, New York, 11 December 1946 6 5 VI 151
International Opium Convention VI-5
6.a. International Opium Convention.
Geneva, 19 February 1925 6 6 a VI 152
International Opium Convention VI-6-a
6.b. Protocol. Geneva, 19 February 1925 6 6 b VI 153 Protocol VI-6-b
7. Convention for Limiting the Manufacture and Regulating the
Distribution of Narcotic Drugs. Geneva, 13 July 1931 and
Lake Success, New York, 11 December 1946 6 7 VI 154
Convention for Limiting the Manufacture and Regulating
the Distribution of Narcotic Drugs VI-7
8.a. Convention for limiting the Manufacture and regulating
the Distribution of Narcotic Drugs.
Geneva, 13 July 1931 6 8 a VI 155 Convention for limiting
the Manufacture and regulating the Distribution of Narcotic Drugs VI-8-a
8.b. Protocol of Signature. Geneva, 13 July 1931 6 8 b VI 156
Protocol of Signature VI-8-b
9. Agreement concerning the Suppression of Opium Smoking.
Bangkok, 27 November 1931 and Lake Success, New York,
11 December 1946 6 9 VI 157 Agreement concerning the
Suppression of Opium Smoking VI-9
10. Agreement concerning the Suppression of Opium Smoking.
Bangkok, 27 November 1931 6 10 VI 158 Agreement
concerning the Suppression of Opium Smoking VI-10
11. Convention for the Suppression of the Illicit Traffic
in Dangerous Drugs. Geneva, 26 June 1936 and
Lake Success, New York, 11 December 1946 6 11 VI 159
Convention for the Suppression of the Illicit Traffic in Dangerous Drugs VI-11
12.a. Convention of 1936 for the Suppression of the
Illicit Traffic in Dangerous Drugs. Geneva, 26 June 1936 6 12 a VI 160
Convention of 1936 for the Suppression of the Illicit
Traffic in Dangerous Drugs VI-12-a
12.b. Protocol of Signature. Geneva, 26 June 1936 6 12 b VI 163
Protocol of Signature VI-12-b
13. Protocol Bringing under International Control Drugs
Outside the Scope of the Convention of 13 July 1931 for
Limiting the Manufacture and Regulating the
Distribution of Narcotic Drugs, as amended by the
Protocol signed at Lake Success, New York, on 11 December 1946.
Paris, 19 November 1948 6 13 VI 164 Protocol Bringing
under International Control Drugs
Outside the Scope of the Convention of 13 July 1931 for
Limiting the Manufacture and Regulating the
Distribution of Narcotic Drugs,
as amended by the Protocol signed at Lake Success,
New York, on 11 December 1946 VI-13
14. Protocol for Limiting and Regulating the
Cultivation of the Poppy Plant, the Production of,
International and Wholesale Trade in, and use of Opium.
New York, 23 June 1953 6 14 VI 165 Protocol for Limiting
and Regulating the Cultivation of the Poppy Plant, the Production of,
International and Wholesale Trade in, and use of Opium VI-14
15. Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961.
New York, 30 March 1961 6 15 VI 166 Single Convention
on Narcotic Drugs, 1961 VI-15
16. Convention on psychotropic substances.
Vienna, 21 February 1971 6 16 VI 167 Convention on
psychotropic substances VI-16
17. Protocol amending the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961.
Geneva, 25 March 1972 6 17 VI 168 Protocol amending
the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961 VI-17
18. Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961,
as amended by the Protocol amending the
Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961.
New York, 8 August 1975 6 18 VI 169 Single Convention
on Narcotic Drugs, 1961, as amended by the Protocol
amending the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961 VI-18
19. United Nations Convention against Illicit Traffic
in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances.
Vienna, 20 December 1988

http://incb.org/
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB)
is the independent and quasi-judicial monitoring body
for the implementation of the
United Nations international drug control conventions.
It was established in 1968 in accordance with the
Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961.
It had predecessors under the former
drug control treaties
as far back as the time of the League of Nations.

http://www.incb.org/incb/en/treaty-compliance/index.html
United Nations INCB TREATY

In discharging its mandate under the
international drug control treaties, the
Board maintains an ongoing dialogue
with Governments through various means,
such as regular consultations and country
missions.

That dialogue has been instrumental
to the Board's efforts to assist Governments
in complying with the provisions of the treaties.
The Convention Evaluation Section of the
INCB Secretariat assists the Board in these task.

In addition, the Section
publishes the quarterly Newsletter of INCB.

Over the years, the Board has invoked article 14
of the 1961 Convention and/or
article 19 of the 1971 Convention
with respect to a limited number of States.

The Board's objective has been to encourage
compliance with those Conventions
when other means have failed.

In 2000, the Board invoked
article 14 of the 1961 Convention
as amended by the 1972 Protocol
with respect to Afghanistan,
in view of the widespread illicit cultivation
of opium poppy in that country.

Afghanistan is currently the only State
for which action is being taken pursuant to
article 14 of the 1961 Convention
as amended by the 1972 Protocol.

Article 14 of the 1961 Convention
(and that Convention as amended by
the 1972 Protocol) and article 19 of the
1971 Convention set out measures
that the Board may take to ensure
the execution of the provisions
of those Conventions.

Such measures, which consist
of increasingly severe steps,
are taken into consideration
when the Board has reason to believe
that the aims of the Conventions
are being seriously endangered
by the failure of a State to carry
out their provisions.

The States
concerned are not named until
the Board decides to bring the situation
to the attention of the parties,
the Economic and Social Council and the
Commission on Narcotic Drugs
(as in the case of Afghanistan).

Apart from Afghanistan, the States
concerned have taken sufficient
remedial measures so that the Board
was able to terminate action taken
under those articles vis-à-vis those States.

The 1961 Convention establishes
strict controls on the cultivation
of opium poppy, coca bush
cannabis plant
and their products,
which, in the Convention,
are described as "narcotic drugs"
(although cocaine is a stimulant drug
rather than one that induces sleep).

Control is exercised over 119 narcotic drugs,
mainly natural products,
such as opium and its derivatives,
morphine, codeine and heroin,
but also synthetic drugs,
such as methadone and pethidine,
as well as
cannabis
and coca leaf.

The system of estimates covers all States,
regardless of
whether or not
they are parties
to the 1961 Convention.
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This dire warning of astounding trouble ahead
for the medical marijuana
and marijuana
legalization movements which
we the people
want to progress forward,
is brought to you
Cris Ericson http://indyVT.com

Cris Ericson has one question for
U.S. Senator Rand Paul:

Sir, will you write a Presidential
Executive Order ending our
treaties with the United Nations,
and put an end, once and for all,
to One World Government,
which is as entirely repulsive
as Polygamy is to some people?

One World Governmnet only
appeals to a very few people,
an extreme minority of voters,
with the one-sided ideals of
polygamists which favor a
very few select males,
never women,
and
should not be forced upon
the entire world.

The majority
of us, who are monogamous,
find it gut wrenchingly sickening
to face a tiny segment of the
population,
the elected officials,
who indulge in massive amounts
of alcoholic beverages at
taxpayer expense and then
like drunkards gambling away
the deeds to their homes,
sign on to Polygamous
world treaties. One World
Government is a form of
Polygamy, one ruling authoritative
body and many "wives" with
no control over their own bodies!

So, will you or will you not,
if you become a candidate
for President of the United States
of America, put an end to
ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT?

If you can not make us this promise,
Rand Paul, then
you are no real Republican,
and you will not have my vote,
nor will the Democrats.

The Republicans and Democrats
did not get my vote in 2012.

You can all go back to drinking
alchoholic beverages and
screwing up our Country.

Oh, by the way, Rand Paul,
would you go to a dentist who
was drinking a glass of wine
while working on your teeth?

And would you fly in a jet
if the pilot was drinking fine wine
while flying?

Rand Paul, there is something
you need to do,
take the wine flasks and the whisky
flasks and all of the alcoholic
beverages all of your buddies
and associates and enemies
and pals up there in the
U.S. Congress, House and Senate
are drinking, take it all away from
them, expose them,
because drinking
and driving the national budget
together
don't mix.

Drinking alcholic beverages
and signing world treaties
don't mix.

How many U.S. Senators and
U.S. Congressmen and
U.S. Congresswomen
keep alcoholic beverages
in their offices and serve them
to visitors?

Does your dentist do that?
Do you want your dentist
drilling on you or your child
after having a drink of an
alcoholic beverage?

Does your airlines jet pilot
keep alcoholic beverages
in the cockpit? Does that
make you feel cozy and safe?
Or, does it make the
terrorists feel cozy and safe?

Now, how many alcoholic
beverages should President Barack Obama
and all members of the U.S. Congress,
House and Senate,
consume during the working day
and during hours they are
making deals with lobbyists
and voting on Bills?

THE BOTTOM LINE
FOR YOUR
TAXPAYER DOLLARS
IS:
Do drinking
and legislating
mix?

The bottom line for our
national sovereignty is:
give it away
and fat chance
we'll ever get it back!
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Cris Ericson
http://indyVT.com