Annals of Marijuana: On the one hand . . . and on the other hand . . .

It looks like the feds plan to test every single person who attends Burning Man this year for “drugs in their system.” Wow, all 80,000? Burning Man = Police State?

Feds Say They Plan on Drug Testing Every Single Person Attending Burning Man

Pharmaceutical drugs, too? If so, how about testing every single person in the U.S.A.?

More than a third of American adults take prescription drugs linked to depression

Hmmm . . . Adults. What about the kids? Supposedly 11% of U.S. kids “have” ADHD and are, I presume, medicated.

ADHD Statistics

So America loves prescription medications and hates plants that also alter mood and affect the psyche, but attuned to nature’s ways?

In any case, the fed dragnet is up from the last two years at Burning Man, when they only tested drivers.

On the other hand,

Trump signals support for legislation lifting federal ban on marijuana

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4 Responses to Annals of Marijuana: On the one hand . . . and on the other hand . . .

  1. James says:

    >>how about testing every single person in the U.S.A.?

    Before they even attempt assaulting the Burning Man attendees, or all citizens, the Mot**F**kers need to test every single eleted representative in Congress, and all Agency officials, down to the Branch Chiefs too, if they’re going to try to deny us the right to explore different levels of our own consciousness. Oh, and that includes all levels of the Judiciary, the Executive Branch and Military too.

    They need to just leave us the hell alone!

  2. rose day says:

    What part of US PUBLIC TRUST via the Bureau of Land Management is missing on this and other issues related to US PUBLIC LAND?

    The Burning Man issue is but one of several related to management of US Public Land which lead to questions of Authority. As further example; under what Authority are natural resources on US Public Land leased to foreign countries (think Canadian broker, ‘Uranium One’) and does the list go on and on?

    It appears that the we the people are significantly in the dark (by design ?) in relation to many issues of US Public Land Trust Management.

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