MULLAWAYS MEDICAL CANNABIS JUDGED THIS TUESDAY IN KEMPSEY Supporters of Tony Bower and his medical cannabis tincture are driving to Kempsey this Sunday and Monday ( April 21/22 ) to finally witness his case being heard in Kempsey Court on Tuesday, after several false starts. Protestors will be assembling in front of the Court House at 9.30 am.
( full story … Mullaway in Court )
On the 23 of August we will be going to NSW Parliament House to hand over our terms for a treaty on Cannabis. A treaty will be drawn up and presented to the Secretary of Health as it is the Health Department that control the Growing and Possession of cannabis in NSW for medical purposes. We will be asking that person to discuss a treaty. With the help and support of the Hemp Embassy we will be asking everyone to come down and support this.
( full story … Support for Cannabis Treaty )
To all people interested in hemp foods:- As many of you would be aware Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) are currently considering our A1039 application to have hemp foods licensed as a human food.
( full story … Application to have hemp foods licensed )
The Events in detail…. Entry is $2:00 for each event. Entrants can sign in at Peace Park Olympix Stadium on Saturday the 30th of April.
( full story … HEMP OLYMPIX XVI )
The scientists at FSANZ were not pleased by the action of the politicians in 2002 and they wish this current application to succeed, without undue delay. They are prepared to dispute with the politicians if there is to be a repeat of 2002 decision. Public comment will be called on the 15th March.
( full story … Hemp seed food submission )
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition LEAP Australia – Newsletter One. LEAP Australia is made up of current and former members of law enforcement who believe the existing drug policies have failed in their intended goals of addressing the problems of crime, drug abuse, addiction, juvenile drug use, stopping the flow of illegal drugs into this country and the internal sale and use of illegal drugs.
( full story … Law Enforcement Against Prohibition LEAP Australia )
It is a solid and immovable fact that a policeman will one day want to arrest you. You might think that you know them. You may have nodded to them on occasion. You may even have had a pleasant discussion about any number of trivial and entertaining matters. But one day, down the back of Museum, or in a dark car-park, the same person will suddenly become a copper!
( full story … JAG chat sheet 1-2011 )
We, as Australians, condemn calls for violence, including assassination, against Australian citizen, Julian Assange, or for him to be labeled a terrorist, enemy combatant or be treated outside the ordinary course of justice in any way.
( full story … Get Up for Assange )
Some business owners, whose shops cater to the tourist trade, talked about very unfriendly police interactions and indicated that they believed their current financial difficulties were largely attributable to the overbearing police tactics currently being employed in the village. Following the rally in the main street of town the brightly dressed protestors walked, danced, and sang their way to the local Police Station in a procession led by a Ganja Faerie and the Big Joint, where they assembled and held what was described as a ‘Community Protest Theatre’.
( full story … Nimbin nine eleven )
The Civil Liberties Observer Group for the Mardis-Grass of 2010 is a joint community action being hosted by the LEXUS Union of Students of Southern Cross University on behalf of and in partnership with the Nimbin Justice Action Group, the Mardis-Grass Organising Committee, and the Hemp Embassy of Nimbin: towards assisting in the non-violent realisation of peace and harmony via organised and informed prudential observation All violence is counter-productive Informed observers make better coppers Better coppers make fewer arrests Hello to all CLOG ☼ 2010 participants,
( full story … Civil Liberties Observer Group )