Think: FOLLOW THE MONEY!!!
We can’t produce fresh fruit or vegetables that aren’t rotten when we buy them or are rotten two days in the fridge, or we have to import them from Mexico or Canada, but we can build, maintain, and secure cannabis pot facilities all over the place!
Import Rotten Food but Grow Fresh Pot Locally.
Isn’t that just plain crazy?
Yes! We spend billions a year on rotten fruits, vegetables, and meats and throw about 30% of it into the garbage because it rots before we can us it. But we import all of that produce and much of the meat and seafood, the meat and seafood arriving who-knows-how-old because it’s frozen. China, Mexico, Canada and other foreign economies are gobbling US dollars, your dollars, much faster than we can save our groceries from the transfer station.
Editor’s Aside: Curaleaf is the new name for the former PalliaTech. Boris Jordan is the CEO of Curaleaf. In an Albany Times Union article, the TU reports that the “Albany County Industrial Development Agency’s approval of roughly $450,000 in sales tax exemptions for equipment purchases to get the facility set for production” was OK-ed! Almost a half-million dollars in sales tax exemptions to retrofit a private company?!?!? Who approved that one, Mr Cuomo? Duh! A private company to grow What? You must all be on drugs.
In a personal communication from a local gas manufacturer in Glenmont, he tells us that his company’s major consumer of nitrogen gas is the food transportation industry. They cover the vegetables with inert gases like nitrogen or gases like ethylene dioxide while shipping them so that they don’t ripen during travel. But then, when they arrive at the destination, they go through accelerated ripening and rot faster!!! But who cares? By then they’re in your fridge. (Read about American waste in “Why Americans Lead the World in Food Waste,” — but the article doesn’t cover the additives to prevent ripening during shipping — but a trade article on how to prevent losses during shipping does cover the silent subject in the article, “Preventing losses and preserving quality in food cargoes.”)
We have to hand Canada the blue ribbon for taking care of their people. You see, Canada, with about one-tenth (35 million) of the US population (320+ million) and about the same size in terms of total area with Canada topping the USA in area (Canada 9,984,670 sq.km. vs USA 9,833,517 sq. km.).
But here’s an amazing difference: Canada has 44.5% agricultural land while the United States has 6.8%; Canada has about 17% arable land compared to the USA with about 7% Still wonder why we have to import our food? Oh, you say, most of Canada is woods and snow. Not true! Canada and the USA compare almost equally in terms of forested land: 33% and 34%, respectively. So why can’t we feed our people? Why can Canada feed their people and supply ours? Why does Canada have approximately the same land area but only 1/3 the agriculture — but still feeds Canada and the USA —, while the US government is paying American farmers NOT to produce? And why Canada can produce beautiful produce hydroponically even during inclement seasons, and the US concentrates on growing pot? It’s actually a question of where government priorities are and the Big Plan for the few to control the many (only in the US, though).
They serve you rotten veggies and Chinese drugged up chicken, and provide fresh pot salad, while you’re vaping your cannabis oil they’ve sold you.
Minds like Boris Jordan’s, Carver Laraway’s and George McHugh’s and others around us function almost pathologically: Greed is a disease and excludes all other considerations. As Boris Jordan states in a CNBC interview, and we paraphrase, ‘Why stay in the Canadian pot market with only 36 million potential users when we can come to the USA and have 322 million potential users. The market growth is in the USA.’ We’re talking about pot now. Remember the stuff you’d get arrested for having just a couple of years ago?
Listen to the entire interview (about 6 minutes) at: Curaleaf chairman talks going public in a wild market for pot stocks.
Now greed mongers like Boris Jordan and Carver Laraway, with the help of the likes of George McHugh and Michael Biscone, are influencing legislators to change the laws (to make pot more accessible and put more of your money in their pockets. Don’t you see anything wrong with this picture? They serve you rotten veggies and Chinese drugged up chicken and provide fresh pot salad, while you’re vaping your cannabis oil they’ve sold you. Just listen to the interview above; Boris Jordan unabashedly talks about changing the laws!
Mug me! Pot me!
Americans want drugs; everyone knows that!
Americans are like midnight strollers in Central Park with big fluorescent letters on their backs: Mug me! Rape me!
Americans want drugs. There’s no question about that. The Columbians knew that and cashed in. The Mexicans know that and cash in. Afghanistanis know that and cash in. The Russians know that and are cashing in. Your American job-creators (That’s a joke!) are aiding and abetting the crimes against the American people. Americans are like strollers in Central Park with big fluorescent letters on their backs: Mug me! Rape me!
“All you need to do is trust us. We ask only that you trust us.”
American business is based on a market economy: Give the market what it wants, that is, supply the demand. Enter Carver Laraway, George McHugh, and Boris Alexei Jordan. Remember the Twilight Zone episode, “We have come to serve you“? If not, let us remind you; watch the episode clip below:
And if that doesn’t amuse you, the clip where a Russian diplomat — interestingly Boris Jordan did his B.A. in Guess what? Russian diplomacy!!! — asks the alien: “Precisely, what are your motives for coming here quite uninvited. Are we to assume that there is no ulterior motive beyond this vast humanity you speak of?” And the alien replies: “All you need to do is trust us. Only that you simply trust us.”
The punch line comes in episode 3:
Government says: If there are laws prohibiting it we have to enforce the laws. That means we need a law-enforcement infrastructure and that costs money. This democratic market-economy so why not provide what the people want and do it legally. So we change the laws to make drugs legal that were once illegal, and government cashes in on the thing. Now if there’s no drug law enforcement, we don’t have to pay law enforcement to control drugs. Right? If it’s now legal, government and private enterprise make money. Right? If it’s legal, we don’t have to spend money on enforcing laws. Right? You don’t need so many law enforcement personnel or agencies. Right? More money saved. You make it legal and the street drug dealers go out of business. Right? WRONG!!! They create new, more potent, more deadly alternatives!!! Haven’t we learned from past failures?
We spent billions in the war on drugs…and lost the war. Now we’re joining the enemy. Nice!
And just a couple of years ago, politicians were getting themselves elected by supporting the so-called “War on Drugs.” The stupidity of it all is revealed in the stats above and in the article, “Time to End the War on Drugs,” in which the argument is not that we should legalize drugs but should curb drug use but that we’ve been doing it all wrong for decades! Nobody in Washington or Albany seemed to read the writing on the wall. We spent $$billions$$, NO! $$trillions$$ of taxpayer dollars in the “war on drugs.” And, like past wars, we came out with egg on our faces. Since VietNam, we’ve learned one thing: If you’re going to fight a war, make sure somebody gets rich and somebody gets re-elected. That’s the drum to which Washington and Wall Street march. So now we make marijuana legal — a drug that sent tens of thousands to prison and ruined tens of thousands of lives — but now is OK. Do we purge the criminal records of the kids that got caught? Do the convictions go away and does the stigma disappear? Maybe we should be asking questions like that.
We can’t buy a week’s supply of antibiotic to fight an infection without a doctor’s prescription but we can now get pot legally. Oh! Sorry, “medicinal pot.” We still need a practitioner’s prescription. Well, until we get beyond the “medicinal stage”, and move smoothly and legally into the “recreational stage,” like they are doing in Canada. But Hey! Boris Jordan is working on getting legislators to change the laws. All it takes is money, and he’s got plenty.
In a CNBC inteview of Boris Jordan, Carver Laraway’s backer and George McHugh’s financer, Jordan says: ‘In Canada there are 36 million people; in the United States we have more than 320 million people. Where do you think the market is? Where do you think the money is? The market’s in the USA.’
Don’t you feel like you’re being used? Why are the American people allowing themselves to be treated like mudroom doormats? Everybody, Chinese, Russian, Mexican gets to walk all over us. Is that right?