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top 10 reasons why marijuana is bad for you

Top 10 reasons not to smoke illegal marijuana.

Why do you do this?

1. Marijuana is against the law. Murder, rape and thievery are against the law as well, there is literally no moral difference between abusing marijuana and killing somebody.

2. Marijuana is bad for your health in so many ways. It can kill off up to 25% of your brain cells within a few months. You can make people diseased by spreading your lethal second-hand marijuana smoke. You can contract Hepatitis, HIV, AIDS or any other bloodborne illness when you use marijuana needles.

3. Marijuana use is something that was heavily involved in the hippie movement, which set America back decades of progress and prosperity.

4. Marijuana hurts the economy by taking money out of circulation of hard working people and funding criminals and terrorists, almost all of the world’s marijuana supply comes from illegal cartels in the Middle East and Mexico, two terrorist hotbeds. You may as well be shooting our brave soldiers yourself, right now you’re just shooting them with your drug money.

5. Michael Phelps smoked marijuana after his 2008 record setting Olympic performance, in 2012 he didn’t win as many medals and looked sluggish and slow, this is because of his drug addiction. He is now retiring from his sport at the young age of 28 because marijuana ruined his athleticism.

6. Hundreds of years ago, marijuana didn’t exist, and people were more religious and healthier. They didn’t need it, why do you?

7. Marijuana abusers are known to listen to propaganda laced “music” like punk rock, dubstep, rap and ska. These “music” genres exist to convert people to become socialists and terrorists.

8. Violent Occupy Wall Street protesters who do not work and are brainwashed by liberal groupthink all smoked marijuana, it resulted in countless rapes, assaults on our boys in blue and stealing of legally earned money. Is this what you want YOUR future to be? I hope not, for the sake of your one and only soul.

9. Alcohol is a safer alternative, in church nobody smokes marijuana and instead we consume Holy Wine which represents the blood sacrifice of Christ to absolve us of our Sins. I’d rather be absolved of my Sins with wine than fill my lungs with Sin.

10. Ronald Reagan did not smoke marijuana and he survived an assassination attempt all while fixing the economy and being the mastermind behind stopping the threat of Communism. JFK smoked marijuana and he was killed by a Communist, he basically funded his own death, which is suicide and will make you not go to Heaven.

Thank you for reading, I hope now you see the dangers of marijuana use and will become a better person.

Between the night and the day lies the Equinox.

U want to look at your fact’s again.There all wrong.
History of marijuana & cannabis use and abuse
6000 B.C.
Cannabis seeds used for food in China.
4000 B.C.
Textiles made of hemp are used in China. (Pharmacotheon)
2727 B.C.
First recorded use of cannabis as medicine in Chinese pharmacopoeia. In every part of the world humankind has used cannabis for a wide variety of health problems.
1500 B.C.
Cannabis cultivated in China for food and fiber.
1500 B.C.
Scythians cultivate cannabis and use it to weave fine hemp cloth. (Sumach 1975)
1200-800 B.C.
Cannabis is mentioned in the Hindu sacred text Atharvaveda (Science of Charms) as “Sacred Grass”, one of the five sacred plants of India. It is used by medicinally and ritually as an offering to Shiva.
700-600 B.C.
The Zoroastrian Zend-Avesta, an ancient Persian religious text of several hundred volumes, and said to have been written by Zarathustra (Zoroaster), refers to bhang as Zoroaster’s “good narcotic” (Vendidad or The Law Against Demons)
700-300 B.C.
Scythian tribes leave cannabis seeds as offerings in royal tombs.
500 B.C.
Scythian couple die and are buried with two small tents covering censers. Attached to one tent stick was a decorated leather pouch containing wild Cannabis seeds. This closely matches the stories told by Herodotus. The gravesite, discovered in the late 1940s, was in Pazryk, northwest of the Tien Shan Mountains in modern-day Khazakstan.
500 B.C.
Hemp is introduced into Northern Europe by the Scythians. An urn containing leaves and seeds of the Cannabis plant, unearthed near Berlin, is dated to about this time.
500-100 B.C.
Hemp spreads throughout northern Europe.
430 B.C.
Herodotus reports on both ritual and recreation use of Cannabis by the Scythians (Herodotus – The Histories 430 B.C. trans. G. Rawlinson).
100 B.C.-0
The psychotropic properties of Cannabis are mentioned in the newly compiled herbal Pen Ts’ao Ching which is attributed to an emperor
c. 2700 B.C.
0-100 A.D.
Construction of Samaritan gold and glass paste stash box for storing hashish, coriander, or salt, buried in Siberian tomb.
70 A.D.
Dioscorides mentions the use of Cannabis as a Roman medicament.
170 A.D.
Galen (Roman) alludes to the psychoactivity of Cannabis seed confections.
500-600 A.D.
The Jewish Talmud mentions the euphoriant properties of Cannabis. (Abel 1980)
900-1000 A.D.
Scholars debate the pros and cons of eating hashish. Use spreads throughout Arabia.
1090-1256 A.D.
In Khorasan, Persia, Hasan ibn al-Sabbah, the Old Man of the Mountain, recruits followers to commit assassinations. legends develop around their supposed use of hashish. These legends are some of the earliest written tales of the discovery of the inebriating powers of cannabis and the supposed use of hashish.
1200s
Cannabis is introduced in Egypt during the reign of the Ayyubid dynasty on the occasion of the flooding of Egypt by mystic devotees coming from Syria. (M.K. Hussein 1957 – Soueif 1972)
Early 1200s
Hashish smoking very popular throughout the Middle East.
1155-1221
Persian legend of the Sufi master Sheik Haidar’s of Khorasan’s personal discovery of Cannabis and it’s subsequent spread to Iraq, Bahrain, Egypt and Syria. Another of the ealiest written narratives of the use of Cannabis as an inebriant.
1300s
The oldest monograph on hashish, Zahr al-‘arish fi tahrim al-hashish, was written. It has since been lost.
1300s
Ibn al-Baytar of Spain provides a description of psychoactive Cannabis.
1300s
Arab traders bring Cannabis to the Mozambique coast of Africa.
1231
Hashish introduced to Iraq in the reign of Caliph Mustansir (Rosenthal 1971)
1271-1295
Journeys of Marco Polo in which he gives second-hand reports of the story of Hasan ibn al-Sabbah and his “assassins” using hashish. First time reports of Cannabis have been brought to the attention of Europe.
1378
Ottoman Emir Soudoun Scheikhouni issues one of the first edicts against the eating of hashish.
1526
Babur Nama, first emperor and founder of Mughal Empire learned of hashish in Afghanistan.
mid 1600s
The epic poem, Benk u Bode, by the poet Mohammed Ebn Soleiman Foruli of Baghdad, deals allegorically with a dialectical battle between wine and hashish.
1700s
Use of hashish, alcohol, and opium spreads among the population of occupied Constantinople.
Late 1700s
Hashish becomes a major trade item between Central Asia and South Asia.
1809
Antoine Sylvestre de Sacy, a leading Arabist, reveals the etymology of the words “assassin” and “hashishin”
1840
In America, medicinal preparations with a cannabis base are available. Hashish available in Persian pharmacies.
1843
Le Club des Hachichins, or Hashish Eater’s Club, established in Paris.
after 1850
Hashish appears in Greece.
1856
British tax ganja and charas trade in India.
1870-1880
First reports of hashish smoking on Greek mainland.
1875
Cultivation for hashish introduced to Greece.
1877
Kerr reports on Indian ganja and charas trade.
1890
Greek Department of Interior prohibits importation, cultivation and use of hashish.
1890
Hashish made illegal in Turkey.
1893-1894
The India Hemp Drugs Commission Report is issued.
1893-1894
70,000 to 80,000 kg of hashish legally imported into India from Central Asia each year.
Early 1900s
Hashish smoking very popular throughout the Middle East.
1915-1927
Cannabis begins to be prohibited for nonmedical use in the U.S. especially in SW states. California (1915), Texas (1919), Louisiana (1924), and New York (1927).
1920
Metaxus dictators in Greece crack down on hashish smoking.
1920s
Hashish smuggled into Egypt from Greece, Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, and Central Asia.
1926
Lebanese hashish production peaks after World War I until prohibited in 1926.
1928
Recreational use of Cannabis is banned in Britain.
1920s-1930s
High-quality hashish produced in Turkey near Greek border.
1930
Yarkand region of Chinese Turkestan exports 91,471 kg of hashish legally into the Northwest Frontier and Punjab regions of India.
1930s
Legal taxed imports of hashish continue into India from Central Asia.
1934-1935
Chinese government moves to end all Cannabis cultivation in Yarkand and charas traffic from Yarkand. Both licit and illicit hashish production become illegal in Chinese Turkestan.
1937
Cannabis made federally illegal in the U.S. with the passage of the Marihuana Tax Act.
1938
Supply of hashish from chinese Turkestan nearly ceases.
1940s
Greek hashish smoking tradition fades.
1941
Indian government considers cultivation in Kashmir to fill void of hashish from Chinese Turkestan.
1941-1942
Hand-rubbed charas from Nepal is choicest hashish in India during World War II.
1945
Legal hashish consumption continues in India.
1945-1955
Hashish use in Greece flourishes again.
1950s
Hashish still smuggled into India from Chinese Central Asia.
1950s
Moroccan government tacitly allows kif cultivation in Rif Mountains.
1962
First hashish made in Morocco.
1963
Turkish police seize 2.5 tons of hashish.
1965
First reports of C. afghanica use for hashish production in northern Afghanistan.
1965
Mustafa comes to Ketama in Morocco to make hashish from local kif.
1966
The Moroccan government attempts to purge kif growers from Rif Mountains.
1967
“Smash”, the first hashish oil appears. Red Lebanese reaches California.
Late 1960s-Early 1970s
The Brotherhood popularizes Afghani hashish.
1970-1973
Huge fields of Cannabis cultivated for hashish production in Afghanistan. Last years that truly great afghani hashish is available.
Oct 27, 1970
The Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act is passed. Part II of this is the Controlled Substance Act (CSA) which defines a scheduling system for drugs and places most of the known hallucinogens (LSD, psilocybin, psilocin, mescaline, peyote, cannabis) in Schedule I.
1972
The Nixon-appointed Shafer Commission urged use of cannabis be re-legalized, but their recommendation was ignored. Medical research continues.
Early 1970s
Lebanese red and blonde hashish of very high-quality exported. The highest quality Turkish hashish from Gaziantep near Syria appears in western Europe.
Early 1970s
Afghani hashish varieties introduced to North America for sinsemilla production. Westerners bring metal sieve cloths to Afghanistan. Law enforcement efforts against hashish begin in Afghanistan.
1973
Nepal bans the Cannabis shops and charas (hand-rolled hash) export.
1973
Afghan government makes hashish production and sales illegal. Afghani harvest is pitifully small.
1975
FDA establishes Compassionate Use program for medical marijuana.
1976-1977
Quality of Lebanese hashish reaches zenith.
1978
Westerners make sieved hashish in Nepal from wild Cannabis.
Late 1970s
Increasing manufacture of “modern” Afghani hashish. Cannabis varieties from Afghanistan imported into Kashmir for sieved hashish production.
1980s
Morocco becomes one of, if not the largest, hashish producing and exporting nations.
1980s
“Border” hashish produced in northwestern Pakistan along the Afghan border to avoid Soviet-Afghan war.
1985
Hashish still produced by Muslims of Kashgar and Yarkland (NW China).
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CepaAndaluza said:
scramby_eggs said:
USSWISCONSIN90 said:
Only crackpots and losers use drugs, alcohol and other stuff to get away from problems. You face the problem and beat it without drugs and crap like that. Agreed, sir. We drink the Holy Wine of Christ as a memory to His spirit, but we do not advocate alcoholism or drunkenness. Hopefully people like us can change the Sin ridden mindset of the modern youth, we need to work on preventing the downfall of humanity. let’s stone children who don’t obey their parents
Let’s stone ’em for breathing. Kids are evil. They grow up to be Hitler.

Trust me, I know what I’m doing!

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CepaAndaluza said:
scramby_eggs said:
USSWISCONSIN90 said:
Only crackpots and losers use drugs, alcohol and other stuff to get away from problems. You face the problem and beat it without drugs and crap like that. Agreed, sir. We drink the Holy Wine of Christ as a memory to His spirit, but we do not advocate alcoholism or drunkenness. Hopefully people like us can change the Sin ridden mindset of the modern youth, we need to work on preventing the downfall of humanity. let’s stone children who don’t obey their parents

“Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him.”

Between the night and the day lies the Equinox.

scramby_eggs said:
USSWISCONSIN90 said:
Only crackpots and losers use drugs, alcohol and other stuff to get away from problems. You face the problem and beat it without drugs and crap like that. Agreed, sir. We drink the Holy Wine of Christ as a memory to His spirit, but we do not advocate alcoholism or drunkenness. Hopefully people like us can change the Sin ridden mindset of the modern youth, we need to work on preventing the downfall of humanity.

you drink wine? youre a drug abuser. ethyl alcohol is a drug.

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top 10 reasons why marijuana is bad for you Top 10 reasons not to smoke illegal marijuana. Why do you do this? 1. Marijuana is against the law. Murder, rape and thievery are against the law as well, there is literally no moral difference between abusing marijuana and killing somebody. 2. Marijuana is...