Medicinal Cannabis Industry Bill, 2019 for Discussion

The Medicinal Cannabis Industry Bill, 2019 is presently being socialized with the public. Several countries in the region are advanced in the roll out of both use of medical and recreational cannabis. It is an important debate to have given the potential positive and negative impacts if not rolled out properly.

Here is the Bill:

Medicinal Cannabis Industry Bill, 2019

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  • Releasing soft drugs is a good plan.

    However, we must ensure that our far too many civil servants do not consume them. They are already lethargic without drugs.

    The other day I was in the BRA. You could see at a glance who is civil servant and who is not. The women and men with their slow movements were very easy to identify as civil servants.

    Maybe the government should get some sleeping sickness medication.

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  • Well let’s see if they can at least get this right in relation to the majority population, the history of marijuana since the 70s..and how the plant was maliciously demonized and USED to CRIMINALIZE and IMPRISON the majority and let’s hope given the history of corruption that continues to stain the parliament…..this don’t get turned into corruption and DISENFRANCHISEMENT……of said majority to the enrichment of a few…as is the NORM.

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  • These power hungry ———- who want to assert prison time for everything but only FOR BLACK PEOPLE..may want to REVISIT THIS IDIOCY…

    “A person who consumes medicinal cannabis without being authorised to
    use medicinal cannabis by a prescription or recommendation from medical
    practitioner is guilty of an offence and is liable on conviction on indictment to a
    fine of $100 000 or to imprisonment for a term of 10 years or to both.”

    Medical marijuana…CAN ALSO BE USED AS PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE….what if patients who do not have the means necessary for doctor’s visits and wish to use this as preventative…then what….people have been using this as preventative medice for hundreds of years….ya will put them in prison cause they surely will not be able to pay the fine… ya copying the St. Kitts act.

    Ah guess no one is thinking of the strain on the health services….when people who cannot afford to…get ill..

    Ah notice they must include and inject all manner of secrecy in this Act…but wait…the only secrecy should be about the handling of patient information…UNDER HIPAA rules..,EVERYTHING ELSE SHOULD BE TRANSPARENT.

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  • When we discuss this matter the discussion points must be efficient execution re: implementation and continual monitoring to respond to what is happening as it happens. What we need is a national discussion full of pragmatism now we are at the implementation stage.

    What is medicinal cannabis?
    Cannabis also contains cannabidiol (CBD) which scientists are investigating as a medical treatment.
    CBD-based treatments have shown some promising results for reducing seizures in children with severe epilepsies.
    Medical trials have largely focused on pharmacological preparations, but some parents of children with epilepsy have been buying oils containing CBD and THC.
    The mother of 12-year-old Billy Caldwell has reignited the debate about legalising the drug after saying it helps calm her son’s seizures caused by severe epilepsy.
    Charlotte Caldwell, from County Tyrone, had been to Canada to buy her son cannabis oil but it was confiscated upon her return to the UK.
    The Home Office then returned the drug to Ms Caldwell and her son, who had been admitted to hospital, under a special 20-day licence.

    Media captionCannabis oil row: Mother calls for drug to be legalised
    There is currently little scientific evidence on the safety and effectiveness of these oils as a treatment for epilepsy, although they do contain the same active ingredients.
    Meanwhile, Sativex, a cannabis-based spray, has been able to be legally prescribed since 2006.
    It is licensed to treat muscle stiffness and spasms in people with multiple sclerosis and although it is available throughout the UK, only in Wales can it be got for free on the NHS.
    Doctors could, in theory, prescribe it for other things outside of this licence, but at their own risk.
    Another licensed treatment is Nabilone.
    It contains an artificial version of THC and can be given to cancer patients to help relieve nausea during chemotherapy.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-44531112

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  • Congratulations to the government for moving this matter forward. The last government went to sleep on the matter.

    What are the effects of cannabis?
    Regular recreational cannabis use increases the risk of developing a psychotic illness, such as schizophrenia, according to the NHS.

    This risk is higher if it is used by teenagers and younger people as the drug interferes with development of the still-growing brain.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-44531112

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  • Oh Lord, here we go again. Barbados off on another Tangent that will no doubt assist the local drug lords in helping line the corrupt political pockets at the expense of the lowly taxpayers. Another futile attempt by a FAILED NATION to bat above its weight.. I’m sorry to say that the local BAJAN POPULACE, although supposedly highly educated can be so DUMB.

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  • Dear Wily,

    I don’t agree with you here for once. Barbados must mobilize the last reserves to escape the downward spiral.

    These measures include the release of soft drugs, reduction of the age of adulthood to 15 years (i.e. no compulsory schooling at 16 and full-time work), liberalisation of adult entertainment, casinos and much more.

    Barbados can no longer afford to be a stronghold of hardened Taliban. Take a look around the other Caribbean islands and see what is going on there in tourism. Barbados is simply not attractive enough.

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  • David

    This RH guvment will again prove why the masses of Black people in Barbados will always be poor.

    Ganga, for which the Rastafarian community has paid the highest price in our not-
    so- fair land, will now be another instrument for the further enrichment of local corporate elite types and their globalist masters.

    When Black communities have no economic base supporting that social formation everything else will continue to collapse.

    Even the God of Rasta must be now subjected to neoliberalism, end-stage.

    Why should those who were the outcasts of society for decades not now be the sole beneficiaries of the radical social change they themselves have instigated.

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    I am wondering if the same hard ears people who won’t take the medicine prescribed for their hypertension, diabetes, etc. will take their prescribed marijuana?

    Wunna know that non-compliance is a big, big, problem in any health care system, right?

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    @WURA-War-on-U August 22, 2019 6:11 AM “Medical marijuana…CAN ALSO BE USED AS PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE….what if patients who do not have the means necessary for doctor’s visits and wish to use this as preventative…then what.”

    You do know don’t you that “patients who do not have the means necessary for doctor’s visits” can show up at any polyclinic and have the medical services delivered ‘free” at the point of delivery. I had a ‘flu coming on last week, didn’t have any money and I went to the night clinic at the Winston Scott Polyclinic and they treated me proper. One of the reasons we so pay so much in taxes is so that poor people, and old people, and old poor people like me can have “free” health care.

    Nobody in Barbados has to self-medicate with marijuana because they have no money.

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    @David August 22, 2019 6:15 AM “What are the effects of cannabis? Regular recreational cannabis use increases the risk of developing a psychotic illness, such as schizophrenia.”

    I grew up next door to a schizophrenia patient. And schizophrenia is hell. Hell for the patient, hell for the family, hell for the community, especially the children in the community. We don’t want to do anything to increase the number of people with schizophrenia.

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    @Tron August 22, 2019 7:00 AM “These measures include the release of soft drugs, reduction of the age of adulthood to 15 years (i.e. no compulsory schooling at 16 and full-time work), liberalisation of adult entertainment, casinos and much more. Barbados can no longer afford to be a stronghold of hardened Taliban. Take a look around the other Caribbean islands and see what is going on there in tourism. Barbados is simply not attractive enough.”

    @Tron August 22, 2019 7:00 AM “Reducing the age of adulthood, liberalisation of adult entertainment, and much more…Barbados is simply not attractive enough”

    I trust that you are not seeking to make Barbados a safe space for the Jeffrey Epstein’s of this world…and look where that got him…a dead dickey by age 66, while Bajans like me in their 70’s and 80’s are still enjoying life with truly adult partners, not with 15 year old children.

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  • @Tron

    Please explain CLEARLY to Wily how this latest chest thumping political vomit is going to be any different from past ” better than sliced bread” announcements which in short time FAIL MISERABLY. This is just the latest example of Barbados batting above, the results I fear however will be the same, FAILURE. Until Wily sees significant changes in how Barbados political system functions then most or all chest thumping announcements will FAIL.

    Wily fuĺly knows that Barbados is badly in need of increased economic endeavours, however with the basics of socialism strangling the state nothing will change. If Wily sees 10,000 civil servants given thier walking papers by year end, then there maybe hope of a turnaround.

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  • I support legalisation of marijuana for recreational use. It should be grown locally.

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    @Tron August 22, 2019 5:11 AM “Releasing soft drugs is a good plan. However, we must ensure that our far too many civil servants do not consume them.”

    So how do you plan to enforce this non-use by civil servants?

    You planning to send a watchman into every house? And if so who will watch the watchman?

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  • “patients who do not have the means necessary for doctor’s visits” can show up at any polyclinic and have the medical services delivered ‘free” at the point of delivery. I had a ‘flu coming on last week, didn’t have any money and I went to the night clinic at the Winston Scott Polyclinic and they treated me proper. One of the reasons we so pay so much in taxes is so that poor people, and old people, and old poor people like me can have “free” health care.”

    I do tend to forget the polyclinics…..but they STILL have to ease up the on COPIED ST. KITTS ACT and restrictions since medical marijuana has never been known to give schizoid or any other mental ailments..

    ….as with any PRESCRIBED or homeopathic medicine…when ya treatment reaches…IT’S ZENITH…with the EXPECTED results either relief OR CURE….YA HAVE TO REDUCE YA DOSAGE…as in my case….contiuing to over dose is not recommended….and sane people once they feel better…discontinue or reduce usage..

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  • Am going to actually give the government the benefit of the doubt here although it sounds dumb to me, and i think they put this out there JUST to get feed back…that is ehy i eill not press too hard..

    ..but WHY are these cultivator licenses…NOT RENEWABLE..,after the 1 year and 3 year duration of those 2 licenses respectively…what stupid scam is this to make people’s lives harder…unless the conditions of said licenses are violated…why CANT THERE BE A CONTIUUM …to pass on FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION…..,ya continue to keep ya own people in poverty with ya SHORTSIGHTEDNESS and TUNNEL VISION…

    After one year and a cultivator has a flowing business…..to feed family..,raise children send them to school..expenses etc….AND CANNOT GET THE LICENSE RENEWED…cause ya said so right in this copied St. Kitts act..,WHAT THEN…..they go to prison…right..

    See why i have no respect for nor confidence in stupid governments…WHO REFUSE TO ENFRANCHISE their own people….generationally…but would enfranchise others without a second thought.

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  • There is no mention of the cannabis being used FOR RELIGIOUS REASONS…as the RASTA COMMUNITY is ENTITLED….and as even mentioned their rights to USE the herb in the St. Kitts ACT….so the bottomline is…initial draft FOR FEED BACK PURPOSES OR NOT…yall criminals who drafted this piece of CRAP…are still HELLBENT on using marijuana to CRIMINALIZE and IMPRISON ya own people…ya are a disgrace…

    This first draft is DESIGNED TO LOCK UP BLACK PEOPLE..,and make sure THEY NEVER BENEFIT FROM MEDICAL MARIJUANA FINANCIALLY..

    All ya seeing is a fine for 15 times the amount…AND…..the repeated 10 years in prison….throughout the document…yall are no damn good..

    Pacha…ya a right..,they are evil and toxic….we are now at their can’t help themselves level…but it will choke them..

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  • @ Pachamama August 22, 2019 7:42 AM
    “This RH guvment will again prove why the masses of Black people in Barbados will always be poor.
    Ganga, for which the Rastafarian community has paid the highest price in our not-
    so- fair land, will now be another instrument for the further enrichment of local corporate elite types and their globalist masters.”
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    Well said, Pacha!

    Just another sellout of the economically long disenfranchised black population.

    Where are the economic policies to facilitate some genuine affirmative action to bring about justice for the Rasta community who have suffered the bulk of oppression because of an innocent plant called Satan but is now the seen as the Virgin Mary to be the mother of the economic god to save Barbados?

    Why does Barbados have to import that forex-consuming plant called “medicinal marijuana” with its label of typical Bajan hypocrisy?

    Why shouldn’t this plant be used as Mother Nature (the handmaiden of God) intended, as a healing herb to be consumed in its organic state and not tampered with for the sake of creating additional opportunities to make more money by the already established ‘import-and-sell’ business sharks?

    Why should the Bajan taxpayers be saddled with another costly and inevitably corrupt Statutory body just to be turned into another featherbed for political lackeys and hangers-on?

    Why can’t the regulatory function of the mythical medicinal marijuana business be performed by an existing executing arm of the Ministry of Health or Agriculture say the BADMC?

    WTF did the likes of Marcus Garvey,Clement Payne and Wynter Crawford waste their time for only to be sold out by a modern-day cabal of black political jackasses calling themselves representatives of the people?

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  • These NASTY negros…should NEVER BE LEADERS ANYEHRE…

    they would SELL OUT ANYONE…let’s hope the WORLD SEES THIS….and understand that they TOO would be SOLD OUT by them…

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  • @ Pacha
    You are more than correct. Why all this haste with medical marijuana. Big legal fees for the lawyer class.

    The Duopoly Rules

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  • The more people ARRESTED..when they CANNOT GET LICENSE RENEWAL…the more money these SCUM make…this is not about treating the sick many of whom will be in dire straits…because they will NOT have access to real medicine and will be dosed with synthetic marijuana to KILL THEM…

    DEATH IS A BUSINESS…for crooks with NO CONSCIENCE..

    NEITHER..is it about ENFRANCHISING the black majority…this is about using and abusing their power to enrich the few AND THEMSELVES ONLY..they care nothing about enriching their own people, NEVER HAVE, NEVER WILL…the curse of the sell out negro…still in full flight.

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  • Bajans got rid of the toxic DLP…30-0..a walk in the park..

    come 2023…ya get rid of this EVIL GOVERNMENT..in the same VEIN…and just as brutally..

    DO NOT REELECT ANY LAWYERS TO THAT PARLIAMENT….EVER AGAIN..

    what an evil, psychopathic, demonic ass government..only interested in themselves and no one else..

    the PEOPLE…..know what they have to do..

    wuh only ignorant yardfowls will accept this level of criminal intent against themselves….by a corrupt governemtn ….UNCONDITIONALLY..no one else would..

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  • “The possibility of psychopathy has been associated with ORGANIZED CRIME, economic crime and war crimes. Terrorists are sometimes considered psychopathic, and comparisions may be drawn with traits of anitsocial violence, a selfish world view that preculdes the welfare of others, a lack of remorse or GUILT..and blame externalization”

    each above mentioned psycho behavior can be matched to ya criminals in parliament…get these vicious demons out of ya taxpayer funded parliament as soon as ya can…this toxic lot gotta go..they have taken their criminal acts against the people to a whole new level….because they believe that NO ONE CAN TOUCH THEM….

    the people HAVE TO SHOW THEM…..who is boss.

    imagine that… A WHOLE FAMILY OF CRIMINALS…

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  • and what is so disheartening…everyone is saying the same thing…they are NOT SURPRISED..

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  • @ WURA-WAR-on-U August 22, 2019 10:48 AM
    “NEITHER..is it about ENFRANCHISING the black majority…this is about using and abusing their power to enrich the few AND THEMSELVES ONLY..they care nothing about enriching their own people, NEVER HAVE, NEVER WILL…the curse of the sell out negro…still in full flight.”
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    Perfectly put!

    This is nothing more than the kind of legislative framework put in place by the former white planter class regulating the cultivation of sugar cane by black people or the selling of agricultural produce in Bridgetown.

    Not even an exemption for the growing of ganga (up to say 10 plants) for personal use to help the country by saving some of the fast dwindling foreign exchange.

    Where would the government polyclinics (through the Drug Service) get the money from to buy imported marijuana processed for medicinal use?

    Why must the Rasta community be so humiliated when its members should be allowed to grow and use their own products for medicinal, culinary and sacramental purposes?

    Just another load of visionless bullsh**t to keep certain sections of the black masses in perpetual economic penury and to continue as mere consumers and rose tree trimmers in the whole medicinal marijuana malarkey.

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  • “Not even an exemption for the growing of ganga (up to say 10 plants) for personal use to help the country by saving some of the fast dwindling foreign exchange.”

    Nothing for the Black majority…NOTHING…every word in that document iis DESIGNED…to lock up Black people…and make sure they NEVER benefit from the plant….and definitely NOT FINANCIALLY……nor MEDICALLY….

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  • @Tron, it seems you’re the only bajan beside me who’s aware of the disgusting attitude of the civil servants. I’ve never seen so many disgusting bastards in any one place. @Sir Simple, you can go to the polyclinics, a short while ago I acquired some health insurance through BARP; If I can’t jump on Jetblue, I’ll never seek help from those angry belligerent black women at those institutions.

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  • I knew there was a reason i can never remember the polyclinics..lol…although some try to be nice i heard..

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  • This government is going to be so deserving of what is coming their way…….SO VERY deserving..

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  • When people can’t differentiate between a medicinal marijuana industry and the decriminalisation/legalisation of weed.🤐

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  • all the other legislations i have SEEN…with the exception of the St. KItss legislation YALL COPIED..the most mindnumbing wicked parts…never DISCRIMINATES AGAINST PEOPLE SEEKING LICENSES AND PERMITS LIKE THAT….

    ….because even the ST. Kitts ACT …

    …INCLUDES USAGE.AS A RIGHT…for the Rastafarian community..

    the right for those with medical issues to GROW at least 4 plants if i remember correctly…. at a time…me thinks the Rastafarian community got to grow more…..

    but you deceitful two-legged ANIMALS…who believe black people are to live in perpetual POVERTY…..while yall and ya BRIBERS BENEFIT….ONLY …outdid yaselves….this time, everyone knows what ya did…because that is all ya know..

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  • See how STUID YALL ARE…ah have something to compare that piece of SHITE TO…

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  • A i said…what is headed yall way..ya DESERVE IN SPADES..

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  • Yall will soon be suing the WHOLE WORLD..but ah wonder where yall will get the MONEY from to pay…when the lawsuits against YOUR EVIL backsides…start piling up..lol

    remember…not everyone is like the vulnerable Bajans…some will come after you UNTIL they get you..

    but don’t mind me…a crazy and masochistic so not a fella need believe me..

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  • @ Enuff August 22, 2019 12:48 PM
    “When people can’t differentiate between a medicinal marijuana industry and the decriminalisation/legalisation of weed.”
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    So why can’t you enlighten the blog and tell us what’s the difference?

    Isn’t this a case of “one law for the Medes and another for the Persians” being practised in Two Barbadoes?

    Why all of a sudden is marijuana so much of a godsend in ‘Christian’ Barbados?

    Isn’t she, Mary Jane the same ‘Herb” who- only two years ago- was the Devil’s daughter out to bring pain and destruction to the Bajan youth?

    Why is she now the darling of the politicians now that she has donned a white robe and carries a cross in the form of the Caduceus?

    Why can’t a poor old woman or man living in rural Barbados cultivate a couple of plants to brew into tea instead of being forced to go to some quack turned into some “weed” peddler certified by some corrupt government controlled institution?

    You guys can’t even get the ‘bush’ weed removed from the gutters to help control flooding when it rains for more than one hour far less ever to be in a well-organized position to regulate effectively the dispensing of a natural analgesic hiding behind the cloak of “medicinal marijuana”.

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  • https://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/241367/cannabis-seized-arrested

    the intent Miller…the INTENT is to continue chasing down every leaf and seed of marijuana and fill the prisons with black youth and vulnerable women with children and others who cannot find opportunities….because they have once again been sold out by black scum…

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  • @Miller

    If we want to move forward this and other matters have to be addressed. It would be refreshing if this and other matters can be discussed minus the noise. The world is moving forward on these matters.

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  • But your government is in BACKWARD motion…with such FLAWED legislation that in no way benefits the majority population for generations to come…i have seen other legislation and this is the most discriminating for the majority population i have seen to date…

    ……most people are not surprised, but i was willing to see what they did …and they could have just left things as they are…if the intent…and it clearly is…is to continue imprisoning Black people indefinitely for this plant.

    ya can appeal to a hardheaded backward government…but what do you think is going to happen…honestly…steupps

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  • Another half-baked piece of legislation which misses the big picture and totally disregards the local context.

    Miller and Pacha are on point.

    Rather than seize an opportunity to create a market, generate some jobs, earn some tax dollars, atone for some historical wrongs and ease the judicial/ prison systems, what do the miseducated idiots do?

    Create more mock laws, committees and cronies!

    Barbados is a failed state!

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  • I went to GAIA recently to receive some youngsters from Canada under the age of 18 and had to enter the sanctum sanctorum to sign off on their acceptance as bona fide relatives.The surprise I got was to hear that since Canada freed up the cannabis market,Border Protection Barbados have been exercising unusual scrutiny of arriving passengers from that source market.I wondered the implications of that move if true.It means that Bim must move fast to regularize this cannabis thing or suffer the consequences of the failure to amend the current law.

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  • I repeat myself, but we need the immediate liberalization of all soft drugs to make them more attractive to foreign tourists. Barbados is currently only suitable as a holiday destination for sclerotic people over 60, but not for families and young people.

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  • SirFuzzy (Former Sheep)

    I don’t see this medical marijuana as being a panacea to our social or economic sickness or ills. I suggest we count the cost of this venture before we dive too deep into it. From an economic perspective does Barbados have the land space to make this a worthwhile industry? The current land space is competing with tourism developments and housing. Or maybe we intend to import everything into this country and grow next-skin to nothing bout hay? as we use the good lands to grow the MJ raw material.

    Are we prepared or are we preparing for the possible health care needs, or will the impacts be considered and dealt with(talked about) in a few years after the fact?

    Can we compete with Canada? Canada is years ahead of us; with probably billions more of dollars in domestic investment capital ready to go. They have invested in greenhouses etc. They have businesses listed on their stock market, valued at over 1 billion dollars etc. Can we really compete?

    Like in the sugar industry will we be relegated to be a raw material producer. with all the real value-added being done in the large overseas locations? Barbados is close to the USA, but Canada is even closer being its northern neighbor. Plane fare versus car ride to get your high? You go figure.

    I am not getting my hope to HIGH about MJ in any legal format. But it is what it is. Lets hope it, not just another pipe dream?

    Just saying.

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  • You should read Ganja in Jamaica by Professor Lambros Comitas

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  • @ David August 22, 2019 2:24 PM
    “If we want to move forward this and other matters have to be addressed. It would be refreshing if this and other matters can be discussed minus the noise. The world is moving forward on these matters.”
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    But we are NOT ‘moving forward” with this piece of ‘steady state same old anti-black people continuing economic disenfranchisement’ legislation!

    This is NOT what the young people of a future Barbados or the enlightened fair-minded elders voted for in May 2018.

    If the BLP had the temerity to enact and effect such forward looking legislation like the Tenantries Freehold Act or the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act or the no-fault Divorce Laws why not also a much more politically enlightening and economically enfranchising piece of legislation regarding the cultivation, processing, distribution and consumption of marijuana in the same way the current legislators are talking about the renewable energy sector.

    This administration is following the same modus operandi as it is doing in its dealing with the laws governing Integrity in Public Office and the FOI.

    It has been given an unprecedented overwhelming mandate to change the legislative face of Barbados to promote the interests of young Bajans, residents and guests.

    Why should a young Canadian visitor- white, yellow, brown or black- be forced to extend his or her stay at a bullying institution called Dodds just because of some archaic law forced upon a colonial-minded country and still being enforced under its new incarnation called the ‘Medicinal Cannabis Directive from On High’?

    The people for the country’s future do not want any more dillydallying vacillating excuses in the conduct of the people’s business required for a 21st century world.

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    @Noah Niles August 22, 2019 12:19 PM “@Sir Simple, you can go to the polyclinics, a short while ago I acquired some health insurance through BARP; If I can’t jump on Jetblue, I’ll never seek help from those angry belligerent black women at those institutions.

    Is this my friend whitehill? How ya keeping man?

    I have BARP health insurance too. I spent too much time in the past flying so I don’t care to jump on JetBlue to get treatment for the flu.

    Too besides you know don’t you that if i have the flu I should not be flying anywhere. What if i made some Americans sick? What if I made Donald Trump sick?

    With the flu, i stick close to home.

    The ladies, and the gentlemen at the Winston Scott Polyclinic were all super nice to me, male and female security guards, male and female nurses, male and female doctors, the pharmacist too.

    Wonderful people. Competent too.

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  • Oh no, Bajans will not tolerate Mia’s slave laws still on the statute books and continued destruction of another 3 generations of black people through their colonial minded evil that they still believe is en vogue and should be trotted out to continue the disenfranchisement of the black majority…everyone is talking about this crime against the people….dressed up as legislation.

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  • @Miller

    Will we be producing the medical stuff here or importing.

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  • “The people for the country’s future do not want any more dillydallying vacillating excuses in the conduct of the people’s business required for a 21st century world.”

    the goal now is for Bajans to free themselves from these demons who intend to keep them chained and shackled in their minds…get rid of this last set and send a message to the newbies that this will no longer be tolerate…not in this era…Black people have a RIGHT TO BE FREE…and if they insist on running a modern day slave society using prison as punishment for trying to survive…you keep them exposed for HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS…until something is done..

    i know an old lady suffering badly, can barely walk and you know why she is suffering and in pain and will probably die in horrible pain…because she is in her 80s and was socialized to believe that marijuaa to treat her symptoms is evil…people with her same ailments have gotten relieff from the medical form of the plant…but nothing her family tells her can change her mind because she believed the evil politicians and the evil churches, the evil system that ran that propaganda for the last 50 years…got SHACKLED into ther own mind and her suffering is ugly to watch..

    Miller…just watch this blow up on these greedy nobodies..

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  • Another hot and sweaty project
    Not even worth discussing
    In meanwhile many areas of barbados cannot have water and garbage pile up are out of control
    Why not deal with issues that can hurt our tourism industry and can become a health hazard to country

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  • David

    Those who suggest that marijuana is only harmful, maybe you should ask them whether they have any of the 100,000 substances in their own house, and in common usage, which have all kinds of deleterious effects.

    That Lucas or anybody else would, on balance, fly into the face of the preponderance of scientific evidence, as ever emergent, represents forms of quackery inconsistent with the mean, tens of thousands of double-blind studies.

    And yes, marijuana when smoked regularly has been shown some harmful affects worse than tobacco, for example, but to delude one’s self that the downside outweigh the upside is in and of itself lunacy. We are not limited to just smoking it.

    Lastly, we were not aware that Lucas’ academic work covered this area. That you should trot him out all cladded in his white gown as a narcotics expert is highly misleading.

    You David, must be more discerning and make sure that a narrow area of perceived ‘expertise’ does not act as cover for the presentation of far-right wing personal ideas under a misbegotten rubric of expertise.

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  • @Pachamama

    What is your point? If you had sent docs/links to the blog you thought would add value the blogmaster would have done the same.

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  • David

    Except for a single paragraph

    We thought we made our point quite clearly.

    Again, there is a mountain of evidence on the other side that your ‘expert’ failed to consider.

    When such an ‘expert’ behaves like that you must have a duty to call his speech political not expertise by implication

    But first you should have determined whether indeed he is what you present him to be, in the area, as seen by his colleagues.

    If that so-called expert is not going to show balance. And you show a dereliction, is our point still not clear.

    Lucas is not an acknowledged expert in narcotics. Food technology resides miles from narcotics as disciplines. His cherry-picking of, as his friend the ugly man from England would say, Googled articles do not serve the advancement of knowledge especially for a so-called expert. He was being political. And we should separate the purely political from what is scientifically determinable.

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  • Am here to keep them honest, living proof..

    The problem we keep hitting because so many people still smoke and long time smoking of marijuana or anything is very unhealhy…but some are still unable to process in their minds that the medical BYPRODUCTS of marijuana is far removed from what has already been cemented in their minds…

    It may be more beneficial to get them to help turn people’s minds AWAY from smoking, which remains a health hazard and toward the MUCH BETTER ALTERNATIVES…cause most everyone seems to have some kinda ailment or the other.

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  • WARU

    Exactly! Cannabinoids etc.

    And that is where the discussion really belongs, especially by the so-called experts.

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  • The main problems with marijuana consumption in Barbados at present are the criminal activities with associated violence and the justice system related matters (policing, prosecution and incarceration of offenders). The decriminalisation of recreational marijuana may (almost certainly) alleviate many of these issues. The secondary problems with marijuana consumption are the psychiatric and psychological issues among vulnerable persons (i.e those under 25 years of age and persons predisposed to mental health issues before marijuana use). Decriminalisation of recreational marijuana use may (but not necessarily) cause an increase in these problems.

    I therefor support decriminalisation of marijuana use but only if there is a associated public health program of information of the possible negative problems along with prohibitions similar to that with tobacco and alcohol
    use e.g no smoking in enclosed public spaces, no sale to minors etc. There will also be an urgent need for an expansion of the mental health related treatment infrastructure.

    Now the promotion and development of MEDICAL marijuana in Barbados is a risible pipe dream and really just a precursor to the decrimalisation of RECREATIONAL marijuana use. Barbados does not have the land space, water supply, agrononomic or pharmaceutical know how to develop a viable medical marijuana industry. At best we will be just consumers of marijuana derived medicines manufactured elsewhere (e.g Canada). So good luck with that.

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  • Ping Pong
    Yes, but the industry is more than growing and I think that is the focus of the legislation. Where is our comparative advantage in the supply chain?

    David
    Didn’t the BLP in their manifesto say the decriminalisation of marijuana would be put to a referendum? Let the government decide for instance to decriminalise buggery via a mere law, as is being proposed by some here for marijuana, and Mottley would be labelled more Mugabe and dictator. For my part, I don’t rate referenda; once the science, ethics, human dignity etc is compelling, amend and leh we go.

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  • @Enuff
    I am yet to be shown any significant comparative advantage in the supply chain. You sound like a former Minister of Agriculture (Warwick Franklin) who once argued that Barbados could compete in the cut flower industry because we would offer superior quality!!!!

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  • The leadership move is a legalization of cannabis and all its byproducts. The Bill should be the standards and how they are met and controlled. Regulation. And the duties and taxes to be levied.

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  • Quote:
    Didn’t the BLP in their manifesto say the decriminalisation of marijuana would be put to a referendum? Let the government decide for instance to decriminalise buggery via a mere law, as is being proposed by some here for marijuana, and Mottley would be labelled more Mugabe and dictator. For my part, I don’t rate referenda; once the science, ethics, human dignity etc is compelling, amend and leh we go. (Unquote).
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    What referendum what!

    Was the criminalization of the use of the plant put to a referendum before being passed in Parliament by a bunch of colonial-minded lackeys?

    The question which ought to be posed in any referendum is:
    If those who are- currently and conveniently- against the decriminalization of the cultivation and consumption of marijuana would be influenced into handling the cannabis plant in any form -whether in its propagating or smoking- should marijuana be given ‘legal’ status just like tobacco or alcohol.

    Why are we placing the use of that God-given plant called Cannabis Sativa squarely within the sinful context of ‘SMOKING’?

    What about the uses of the plant other than its so-called medicinal advantages?

    What about its culinary benefits?

    How about its use as a nutritional supplement in animal feeds instead of the widespread use of antibiotics and growth hormones?

    And the list goes on; especially where the opportunity to save foreign exchange is concerned instead of having to sell what’s left of the family silver (young people patrimony) to feed the beast called imported conspicuous consumption.

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  • Miller

    You may not our long time acolyte ‘Miller the Annunaki’ but your biting and insightful contributions are no less inspired.

    Maybe, you both come from the same bloodline, DNA

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  • How many times lately are we seeing even hemp houses…the benefits and many uses of this plant are indeed long….THE LOCK UP MENTALITY AIMED SQUARELY AND ONLY… AT THE MAJORITY BLACK POPULATION…by the black shameful, colonial minded leaders and their family members in relation to this plant… who draft such utter SHIT is repulsive indeed… to say the least…they never draft anything to BENEFIT THEIR PEOPLE….

    ….but are happily going after reparations money….while LEAVING THE EVIL SLAVE LAWS from over a hundred years ago ON THE STATUTE BOOKS…and expect someone to actually take them seriously…in this day and age….

    don’t know why they still think that the brits left them as black slave masters…

    …don’t know why they believe such backward moving legislation re marijuana in this day and age IS ACCEPTABLE..

    …don’t know why they still believe that anyone admires them, other than yardfowls…. when they are yet to do anything to impress anyone…for the money they and their to date useless consultants are being paid BY TAXPAYERS…

    don’t know why they still believe they are anything..OTHER THAN EMPLOYEES OF THE PEOPLE…who WILL… fire their uppity asses.

    this wicked piece of legislation, among the other stupd crap they do…is grounds ENUFF…

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  • Miller
    Maybe you should read my last sentence before pissparading.

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  • The Ministry of Environment and National Beautification advises that the sluice gate at the Graeme Hall Swamp, Christ Church, will be opened tonight, Friday, August 23. This urgent action is necessary to reduce the high water levels and to re-balance the swamp.

    As a result, Worthing Beach will be closed to the public from 8 p.m. tonight, until noon tomorrow.

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  • @ Enuff August 23, 2019 6:12 PM

    ‘Pissparade’?? The miller only pissparades on hypocrites and those who insecurely posture on the political fence pretending to support a party come what may like the real yard-fowl called Mariposa.

    What do you mean by: “For my part, I don’t rate referenda; once the science, ethics, human dignity etc is compelling, amend and leh we go…”

    Why can’t you come out clean and state that what your beloved administration is doing is just a load of codswallop as far as commonsense is concerned?

    Haven’t all the “compelling” criteria been met to amend that despicable piece of stupid legislation which criminalizes the use of marijuana?

    Hasn’t this been the case for many years?

    Why not take a leaf out of Amsterdam’s book the same way Barbadoes did in the 1650’s to become a world class producer of a ‘sweet’ substance and its ‘high-giving’ by-product which is as legal as religion in the Barbados of today?

    What are you waiting for? For Big Bully America or your former colonial masters in the mother c(o)untry to give the OK as they will soon do for your Buggery laws?

    Aren’t you ashamed that some of other territories which you Bajans like to look ‘down upon’ and classify as “low islands” have stolen more than a march on you ‘backward-looking Bajans?

    How do you think Vincentian “farmers” were able to build ‘big-able’ mansions in the mountains? By selling bananas to Bajans? That is where millions in Bajan forex went up in smoke through the underground economy.

    It’s time to stem the massive forex leak and save your sorry asses from self-inflicted bankruptcy.

    One thing you can be assured of. The current generation of ‘young’ Bajans will NOT stop using ganga; whether illegal or legal.

    The ball is in your administration’s court, Bounty Killa et al(l)!

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  • Hi!
    I thought three were arrested at GAI with drugs.
    What became of the other two…..
    https://barbadostoday.bb/2019/08/22/high-court-to-sentence-drug-trafficker/

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    Grow food, not marijuana.

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  • What are you going to water the marijuana with??
    https://barbadostoday.bb/2019/08/22/bteditorial-saving-for-the-not-so-rainy-days/.
    Ten days? Worse than Trinidad.

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  • With a bit of luck rain will drench Barbados. Make sure wunna ” collect some “.

    https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=5

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  • Mia needs to STOP SELLING OUT Black Bajans because at the end of the day that is what she is doing in the tradition of both useless governments and both have for the last 70 plus years done just that …. and then they got the goddamn nerve, the audacity, to believe no one would notice…pure damn arrogance…..treacherous judas.

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  • @ SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife August 23, 2019 8:19 PM
    “Grow food, not marijuana.”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Are you going to sell all of this additional food grown in the CLICO bushy fields to Chefette and KFC to feed the young generation of macaroni pie-bred Bajans?

    Isn’t cannabis not only a medicine but also a food for the body and mind?

    Why can’t you grow some in your ‘middle-class’ garden or in your ‘old village’ allotment right among your rosemary, parsley and thyme?

    You can always tell your larger than life family made up of everybody called Tom the Harriette with the Dickey that you are a producer of dragon herb.

    BTW, cougar, are you still shagging that young priestly fella at your Anglican church in order to make the poor Mr. Whitehill perpendicularly envious?

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  • @ Miller August 23, 2019 7:43 PM

    I fully agree with you that Barbadian society and economy has fallen decades behind the other West Indies. The only thing that currently works in Barbados is the midday nap of the 30,000 civil servants.

    But salvation is at hand. However, it is associated with certain sacrifices. We will soon see a massive investment of mighty Hindu overlords from the new Caribbean Eldorado called Guyana. They will – also against the will of the native Barbadian Taliban (I think here for example of the ISO Taliban) – introduce casinos, adult entertainment, legal soft drugs and shooting clubs on the island. They do not need a referendum and no local politicians, because they have the money, the power and the assault rifles to enforce their plans.

    Barbadian men, get acquainted with the Vaseline, so that it doesn’t hurt so much the first time. The local elite must finally realize that the patriarchal, clerical, hypocritical social model has outlived itself. We need fresh ideas, no lying Sunday speeches by pastors, no oppression of women and minorities.

    We have now had zero growth since 2008. When will the Barbadian elite finally begin to grasp this fact?

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  • @Pachamama

    Let me repeat what I said about you on another post. You are an intellectually dishonest person.You have further solidified the assertion by your distortions of facts and the dissemination of your interpretation of what the links implied. I came across the links which I sent to the blog-master which I said he might find useful. I never told him to post the links: didn’t matter to me one way or the other. I never claimed to be an expert in the field . As usual you go off at a tangent rambling ( in science one is taught to get to the point ,which is something you fail to do) about my deficiencies, so much so that the animus towards me oozes out of your utterances ,which truth be told in your attempt to sound pedantic, comes across as pompous and silly. It amazes me that forwarding some links could result in such a vituperative, attack. You even cast aspersions on me as a food scientist. .I just came across the postings because I am not really interested in the topic

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  • Miller
    It is clear what I mean. I said I doan rate referenda, just look at Brexit.

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  • Wuh even long before May 2018, I said I support legalisation of weed. Who waan smoke, smoke, grow um in dem yard and smoke. How you gine determine who is a rasta, registration?🤣🤣

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  • Hawaii becomes 26th state to decriminalize marijuana

    By Tamar Lapin

    July 10, 2019 | 5:50pm

    David Ige
    Hawaii Governor David Ige AP

    Hawaii has become the 26th state in the nation to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana.

    Under the new legislation, which effectively became law on Tuesday, tokers with even a tiny amount of weed on them no longer face the possibility of 30 days in jail and a $1,000 fine

    https://nypost.com/2019/07/10/hawaii-becomes-26th-state-to-decriminalize-marijuana/?utm_source=facebook_sitebuttons&utm_medium=site+buttons&utm_campaign=site+buttons&fbclid=IwAR2FuqnPSS__K1N-f4ZLQL44hwKMHBzXtGtwUXvXJE_lxwYIoIZGUW2pWzM

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  • @ Enuff August 24, 2019 6:31 PM
    “Wuh even long before May 2018, I said I support legalisation of weed. Who waan smoke, smoke, grow um in dem yard and smoke. How you gine determine who is a rasta, registration?”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Thanks for the clarification, Enuff!

    We are now on all fours seeing eye to eye on this one.

    Keep up the ‘High’ mark.

    It’s certainly safer and cheaper than making and running bootleg alcohol.

    The undercover ‘businessmen’ involved in the weed trade would now have to find different drug dealing avenues to ply their trade in order to make their untaxed excess profits.

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  • Girl, nine, who endured up to 300 seizures EVERY DAY and had one of the worst cases of epilepsy doctors have even seen is nearly seizure-free thanks to cannabis oil

    Teagan Appleby, from Aylesham, Kent, was born with the rare chromosome disorder isodicentric chromosome 15 syndrome, which led to her being diagnosed with severe Lennox Gastaut Syndrome epilepsy when she was just four years old.

    The youngster’s condition became so bad she was unable to eat and even had to be put in a medically-induced coma after she had five seizures over eight days last summer.

    After having one of the worst cases of epilepsy her doctors have ever seen, Teagan has only had seizures while asleep, and none while awake, since she started taking cannabis oil in July.

    More:
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6511993/Girl-9-endured-300-seizures-DAY-nearly-seizure-free-thanks-cannabis-oil.html?fbclid=IwAR2EH9pCiG9EhMmpHLhz7EtLBgZacTND8IoFVJ9qykd9ecdnil1ZMF7dJJs

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  • And we wonder why black leaders are so dumb and backward and frozen in place to STEAL from their own people and SELL them out and NEVER LEGISLATE ANYTHING TO SHIFT THE BLACK POPULATION TO UPWARD FINANCIAL MOBILITY….PROGRESS AND WEALTH..

    .just as Mia and her gang have proven with this disenfranchising and discriminating against the black majority marijuana legislation……..well wonder no more, we know now as we have been saying for years…they are textbook sell out negros, dysfunctional. …not real leaders and now self-programmed to destroy their own people, i refuse to believe they cannot help themselves, they don’t want to, i refuse to blame anyone else, but them…

    https://scontent.fbgi3-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/26166184_1491794017604008_3931030543949583229_n.jpg?_nc_cat=109&_nc_eui2=AeGm6E01cQSPzo5Gx2DzvrDwxkPYBpaTRvKvCp7KiLQPZfbGys8CL-g_XHhLMaXuP0Fo826Dups1T4ej3HeeB31AbmeAIHrKFL04mEwskErfAA&_nc_oc=AQnVBd8Ui3Jz_0mcDd0Xe0xrjwqa8U_u94EyLMv7lvZvQLLZQ_xrH1WJy9vIlSJsPJI&_nc_ht=scontent.fbgi3-1.fna&oh=488d15499a72d1973bf8a93bd0057553&oe=5E0F0307

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  • ” Land has been set aside for the Rastafarian community to grow legalised marijuana, Minister of Agriculture Indar Weir has announced, promising the group will play a major role on establishing a medicinal cannabis industry.

    Some 60 acres of land is to be provided to the group, according to Weir.”

    Next step could be to legalise it for recreational use.

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  • That was fast…

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  • ” Land has been set aside for the Rastafarian community to grow legalised marijuana, Minister of Agriculture Indar Weir has announced, promising the group will play a major role on establishing a medicinal cannabis industry.

    Some 60 acres of land is to be provided to the group, according to Weir.”

    Next step could be to legalise it for recreational use.
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    Rasta men set to become MILLIONAIRES

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  • Bill deferred
    Article by
    Barbados Today
    Published on
    August 31, 2019

    The Medicinal Cannabis Industry Bill has been postponed until Parliament recommences after the summer break.

    Leader of Government Business Santia Bradshaw asked that the Bill be sent to the Select Committee for further review this morning in Parliament after Minister of Agriculture and Food Security Indar Weir had led off debate on the Bill.

    The move was welcomed by Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the People’s Party for Democracy and Development (PdP) Reverend Joseph Atherley, who claimed it as a victory for the party.

    “Government today conceded to the call from the Parliamentary Opposition that Parliamentary debate on the controversial marijuana bill be postponed and become subject to public scrutiny by process of Parliamentary select committee,” the PdP said in a statement.

    “When Parliament convened this morning, Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the P.D.P. Joseph Atherley again pressed Government to defer the debate.

    “Despite protestation from Leader of Government Business, the Honourable Santia Bradshaw, and following vehement and strident criticism in the media of the PdP’s position to defer the debate by Minister of Agriculture Indar Weir who dismissed Atherley’s call as folly, Government ultimately conceded to the Leader of the Opposition position on the matter and postponed the debate after Minister Weir’s lone contribution,” it added. (RB)

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  • Wuhloss…ah hear BIG TROUBLE IN TOWN…

    somebody must have gone all ROGUE..lol

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  • Me thinks that ALL the chickens are coming home to roost…AT THE SAME TIME…lol..wuhloss.

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  • As some are saying, would it not HAVE MADE BETTER SENSE…to include the 60 acres earmarked for Rastas to create a GENERATIONAL cannabis business……in the Cannabis Bill 2019….so there would be NO MISTAKE or REVERSALS……or CHANGES when another or even this government ATTEMPTS to continue the yardfowl philosophy of marginalization, discrimination and disenfranchisement…of this group…when they refuse to be bullied..

    But don’t mind me…ya done know…

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  • TheoG: Not reading to understand – Reading (trying) to make a difference.

    https://barbadostoday.bb/2019/08/22/high-court-to-sentence-drug-trafficker/

    Following this story should give some insight into how the law is administered. It seems as if the ‘criminal’ Canadian lady has some Jamiacan roots. Would be interesting to compare the outcome with other Canadian criminals.

    Was trying to find the outcome of these stories (Nation Newspapaer)—– but was unable to do so.

    Monday, November 21st, 2016
    A 19-year-old Canadian visitor was remanded to Dodds after pleading guilty to several drug related offences at the District ‘B’ Magistrate Court this morning. Yasin Hasan has been charged with possession of cannabis, possession with intent to supply, trafficking and importation of cannabis. Hasan was arrested shortly after arriving at the Grantley Adams International Airpo

    Canadian visitors admit to importing drugs
    Wednesday, January 16th, 2019
    Two Canadian visitors who pleaded guilty to importing marijuana into Barbados have been remanded to HMP Dodds. Eighteen-year-old Janella Christy Milord Ashford and 20-year-old Marc Dawins Cimeus, both of Ottawa, also pleaded guilty to possession, possession with intent to supply and trafficking of the illicit substance. The duo was caught on January 13 when they […]

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  • @Miller, since all the old women like Sir Simple are now Cougaring or Wicking I’v had to import my woman. Leh muh tell yuh someting, I don’t have to listen to that old bajan female refrain, ” I want, I want, I want…” “geh muh, geh muh…” So, while I may have been envious perpendicularly, now i can say to them, kiss my ass now. Of course, Sir Simple is welcome anytime.

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  • “Mottley would be labelled more Mugabe and dictator”

    RIP Mugabe

    Mugabe is described as the bad man, but Cecil Rhodes still gets a free pass and should be called the badder man

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  • Rhodes was not human he was a greedy, two legged BEAST…

    they were in essence a bunch of hungry poor ass Europeans, marching up and down the earth, looking for anything to steal, Africa was and still is their target..

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  • This is what one must be very careful of going forward with very greedy lawyers and politicians and the marijuama industry.., particularly the Rasta Community who always have their HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATED by these LOW CRAWLING SNAKES…the cannabis is legal but someohow he foud himself arrested…

    “BOSTON — Jasiel Correia II, the already embattled mayor of Fall River, Massachusetts, was arrested Friday on new federal extortion charges for allegedly operating a scheme to help marijuana vendors get approval to operate in exchange for hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes.

    Prosecutors say Correia agreed to sign non-opposition letters in return for significant six-figure payments from four marijuana vendors looking to open businesses in the city of nearly 90,000 about an hour’s drive south of Boston. The letters are required to obtain a license to operate a marijuana business in Massachusetts, where cannabis is legal.”

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  • The Opposition spokesperson on Health & Wellness is making some rather excellent points on the current administration’s proposal to create a legal framework for the production, importation and use of medicinal l marijuana.

    He has certainly done his homework and has exposed this government for its hypocritical approach to this whole bogus medicinal marijuana thing.

    How could this administration get behind the scenes and allow the incorporation of companies since last year to deal in the medicinal marijuana business when there was no legal framework to execute such a public policy?

    Do the business plans of the recently incorporated but proactive bloodsuckers include the duty and tax free importation of processed cannabis earmarked for the pharmaceutical sector?

    Is the local longstanding Carlisle Laboratories going to corner the market at the expense of the Rastafarian community?

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