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look, a few major distinctions, and some parrallell lines that NEED TO BE WHIPPED OUT NOW.

 

 

1.Just becuz Bin Laden had marijuana growing in the compound, does not mean bin laden used it.

2. I was not aware Pakistan had a Medical Marihuana Registrant Program. would be interested in knowing more.

3. If Bin Laden was having marijuana grown for his personal use. big deal. He was sick but that doesnt mean he used it medically, if he used it at all.

4. If this marijuana that was growing in his complex, somehow seemed to make it out of there intact, and hit the marijuana market anywhere in the world, it would be your Patriotic Duty to BOYCOTT its Sale, Use, or propigation imo.

any monies made from those plants under the guise of BinLaden Weed, should be distroyed, and those undertaking the sale should be punished. This man was a tyrant, murderer of 1000s and 1000s of innocent children, women, and men, of all faiths, religeons and ethnicitys. And that is not even counting 9/11 into the mix. Anyone trying to profit on this mans image, is a traitor in my book.

5. I for one, do not ever want to associate any Typical Medical Marijuana Patient/user, with the likes of that waste of life. Talk about a black eye.

6. Bin Laden was a terrorist. As a terrorist, he utilized many methods to get money for his "Cause". so any money spent on this type of marketing, will undoubtably draw attention (more than this POS ever deserved in the first place) and further spred propaganda about him, his name, and his cause, further driving those that follow his beliefs.

 

he was a Terrorist that maybe happened to smoke pot. I dont see a medicall marijuana patient.

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look, a few major distinctions, and some parrallell lines that NEED TO BE WHIPPED OUT NOW.

 

 

1.Just becuz Bin Laden had marijuana growing in the compound, does not mean bin laden used it.

2. I was not aware Pakistan had a Medical Marihuana Registrant Program. would be interested in knowing more.

3. If Bin Laden was having marijuana grown for his personal use. big deal. He was sick but that doesnt mean he used it medically, if he used it at all.

4. If this marijuana that was growing in his complex, somehow seemed to make it out of there intact, and hit the marijuana market anywhere in the world, it would be your Patriotic Duty to BOYCOTT its Sale, Use, or propigation imo.

any monies made from those plants under the guise of BinLaden Weed, should be distroyed, and those undertaking the sale should be punished. This man was a tyrant, murderer of 1000s and 1000s of innocent children, women, and men, of all faiths, religeons and ethnicitys. And that is not even counting 9/11 into the mix. Anyone trying to profit on this mans image, is a traitor in my book.

5. I for one, do not ever want to associate any Typical Medical Marijuana Patient/user, with the likes of that waste of life. Talk about a black eye.

6. Bin Laden was a terrorist. As a terrorist, he utilized many methods to get money for his "Cause". so any money spent on this type of marketing, will undoubtably draw attention (more than this POS ever deserved in the first place) and further spred propaganda about him, his name, and his cause, further driving those that follow his beliefs.

 

he was a Terrorist that maybe happened to smoke pot. I dont see a medicall marijuana patient.

 

I 100% agree

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What about the cabbage?! He had that devil vegetable cabbage growing near his compound!

 

Nothing could be further from the truth about that cannabis being used for medicinal purposes by OBL it grows wild it that part of the world and just about everyone grows it also.

 

Trying to connect MM to one the most hated demons in the world is disrespectful to cannabis.

 

It also helps fuel the fire of misinformation and lies about cannabis, "see crazy terrorist's use it" I seen that report when it originally aired and not one mention of who used it, who planted it, nothing, was ever mentioned to even remotely connect it to OBL.

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Consider the source: A British / UK Supermarket Rag.

 

Don't see any of the related ? stories on CNN. Most likely PhotoShopped. Sad nevertheless ........... I'm sure Coke & Pepsi don't mind, how stereotypical .

 

The joke is on US as Capitalist purveyors of fluff . Pepsi, Coke should be illegal, as it is more habitforming / dangerous ?

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When they say "high strength plants were found", do they mean high strength effects or high strength fibers? How do they know these plants were high strength?

 

I cannot imagine someone on marijuana doing all the things he is accused of doing. It is kind of ironic that the word "assassin" comes from a medieval term "hashashin". Hashashin were men who were persuaded to kill in exchange for hashish. Their religious leader would get them high and then fill their heads with stories of paradise and then convince them that the only way to paradise was through ingesting hashish and following the leaders orders.

 

I wonder if al Queada does this?

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When they say "high strength plants were found", do they mean high strength effects or high strength fibers? How do they know these plants were high strength?

 

I cannot imagine someone on marijuana doing all the things he is accused of doing. It is kind of ironic that the word "assassin" comes from a medieval term "hashashin". Hashashin were men who were persuaded to kill in exchange for hashish. Their religious leader would get them high and then fill their heads with stories of paradise and then convince them that the only way to paradise was through ingesting hashish and following the leaders orders.

 

I wonder if al Queada does this?

 

 

Lets try and not demonize hash. I use it and so do other patients I know for its extra stremgth when needed.

 

The name 'Assassins' comes from the Arabic Hashishin or "users of hashish was originally derogatory and used by their adversaries during the Middle Ages; the modern word "assassin" is derived from this name, but Amin Malouf states that "The truth is different. According to texts that have come down to us from Alamut, Hassan-i Sabbah liked to call his disciples Asasiyun, meaning people who are faithful to the Asās, meaning "foundation" of the faith. This is the word, misunderstood by foreign travelers, that seemed similar to "hashish"".

 

Many scholars have argued, and demonstrated convincingly, that the attribution of the epithet 'hashish eaters' or 'hashish takers' is a misnomer derived from enemies of the Isma'ilis and was never used by Muslim chroniclers or sources. It was therefore used in a pejorative sense of 'enemies' or 'disreputable people'. This sense of the term survived into modern times with the common Egyptian usage of the term Hashasheen in the 1930s to mean simply 'noisy or riotous'. It is unlikely that the austere Hassan-i Sabbah indulged personally in drug taking. ...there is no mention of that drug hashish in connection with the Persian Assassins – especially in the library of Alamut ("the secret archives").

 

 

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Lets try and not demonize hash. I use it and so do other patients I know for its extra stremgth when needed.

 

The name 'Assassins' comes from the Arabic Hashishin or "users of hashish was originally derogatory and used by their adversaries during the Middle Ages; the modern word "assassin" is derived from this name, but Amin Malouf states that "The truth is different. According to texts that have come down to us from Alamut, Hassan-i Sabbah liked to call his disciples Asasiyun, meaning people who are faithful to the Asās, meaning "foundation" of the faith. This is the word, misunderstood by foreign travelers, that seemed similar to "hashish"".

 

Many scholars have argued, and demonstrated convincingly, that the attribution of the epithet 'hashish eaters' or 'hashish takers' is a misnomer derived from enemies of the Isma'ilis and was never used by Muslim chroniclers or sources. It was therefore used in a pejorative sense of 'enemies' or 'disreputable people'. This sense of the term survived into modern times with the common Egyptian usage of the term Hashasheen in the 1930s to mean simply 'noisy or riotous'. It is unlikely that the austere Hassan-i Sabbah indulged personally in drug taking. ...there is no mention of that drug hashish in connection with the Persian Assassins – especially in the library of Alamut ("the secret archives").

 

 

 

I stand corrected. Once again, research your assertions before posting. Apparently, the association of the word "assassin" with "hashashin" is a common mistake.

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I'm almost 'positive' that the reporter said the crops mentioned were all growing 'near' the compound and outside the walls.

 

Cannabis is grown and used in Pakistan just like in almost 'every' part of the Middle East and Asia.

 

Just part of the culture there.

 

And as someone already stated, 'growing nearby' doesn't mean OBL was using it.

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