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April 10, 2016

As Henry Ford demonstrated in the 1920’s, cannabis-based automotive plastics (which were fabricated from the highly-nutritious resins in the seeds), were 10 times stronger than steel, while being completely non-toxic and biodegradable. Ford also used cannabis-based hydrogen and ethanol that were less than half the cost of gasoline, and images of Ford’s remarkable cannabis cars being repeatedly banged with axes and hammers with no damage are provided on YouTube and in a BBC documentary, “The True History of Marijuana” that is posted online and on the home page of the BraunforPresident.US website.


This is the real reason why cannabis was made illegal in 1937 by oil industry lobbyists headed by the oil baron Andrew Mellon, who as Treasury Secretary established the Federal Narcotics Bureau, which changed the scientific name of cannabis to an unknown slang term “marihuana” (spelled with an “h”) so that cannabis could be removed from the market with no recorded vote in either the House or Senate, and over the objections of Henry Ford, whose “Chemergy” concept proved that small farmers could grow all of the fuels, foods and medicines in the United States, rather than making them from toxic, expensive and non-renewable oil and coal.


The American Medical Association (AMA) also opposed the cannabis prohibition because of its listing in the American Pharmacopoeia since 1851 as widespread universal medicinal herb that was in use worldwide for thousands of years. Indeed, the scientific term cannabis is derived from the ancient Greek word “Kannabis,” which was embraced by the Athenians who developed the world’s first Democracy, whereas the Spartans who discouraged the consumption of cannabis created a police state. In the contentious Congressional testimony from the AMA’s distinguished legislative liaison, Dr. William Woodward, he refused to use the new slang word Marihuana because he characterized it as a “mongrel” term that had no place in medical science. This is also why I refuse to use this DEA propaganda term, which is similar to calling morphine "heroin."


Dr. Woodward’s complete testimony is available online and on the papers section of the PhoenixProjectFoundation.US website. But Dr. Woodward was not aware that another oil baron, John D. Rockefeller, found he could increase his profit from a barrel of oil by over 1,000 percent by not just making plastics, but also the new toxic so-called “medicines,” like aspirin and a vast array of new oil-based pharmaceutical drugs, instead of gasoline.


Indeed, In 1988 after extensive hearings on the toxicity of all drugs, including cannabis and prescription drugs, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Administrative Law Judge Francis L. Young declared that “cannabis (i.e., marijuana) in its natural form is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man," and that while nearly all prescription medicines have toxic, and potentially lethal side effects, “marijuana is not such a substance.” Indeed, “There is no record in the extensive medical literature describing a proven, documented cannabis-induced fatality,” Judge Young acknowledges that “this is a remarkable statement.” But he writes in his order that given the evidence presented on over 5,000 years of human experience with cannabis, plus the fact that cannabis is now used daily by an estimated fifty million Americans, “there are simply no credible medical reports to suggest that consuming marijuana has caused a single death.”


By contrast, the Centers for Disease Control estimate that at least 12,000 people die each year from aspirin, a commonly used over-the-counter medicine, and millions die each year from the thousands of toxic and expensive prescription pain medications, when cannabis has been the completely non-toxic and indeed highly-nutritious gold standard for pain medications for thousands of years. For these and other reasons, the editors of Scientific American in 2004 referred to the existing cannabis laws as “absurd.” Yet all of the Republican and Democratic presidents, including Obama, Bush, Clinton all remained silent on this issue that spend over a trillion taxpayers dollars to kill and prosecute and imprison millions of otherwise innocent American’s for the benefit of oil companies.


In 1997, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) after a comprehensive study of the medical efficacy of cannabis therapeutics came to a conclusion that cannabis is a safe and effective medicine, patients should have access, and the government should expand avenues for research and drug development of the same. However, the federal government paid a deaf ear to the findings and refused to act on its recommendations. - See more at:


This scientific and medical evidence verifies that cannabis is not a dangerous or toxic drug at all, but according to a paper published in the December 2004 issue of Scientific American, the psychoactive THC in cannabis is, in fact, a 500-million year-old neurotransmitter that switches on a two-way communication and feedback system in the brain of all humans and other vertebrate animals, which has completely redefined the science of neurology.


But by removing cannabis from the so-called free market, two of the largest elements of the American economy that used to be made by farmers (i.e. energy and medicines), would soon be provided by what was evolving into the Oil Industrial Complex, which has also acquired the controlling interests in the chemical, agricultural and news corporations, as well as the major Wall Street banks, which allows them to bribe key members of both political parties. But by lobbyists replacing the Cannabis Economy with the Oil Economy, the only planet in the Universe that is known to sustain life, is rapidly becoming uninhabitable in one-generation. The Earth is dying and the unnecessary use of oil and other toxic products are the cause.


The global ocean ecological systems are now over 90% dead, and the remaining fish are so contaminated with chemical poisons, plastics and radiological isotopes they are unfit to eat. Even worse, most of the over 100,000 oil-based chemical poisons now arrive in the wind and rain. This means there is no pure water in any American stream or river, from sea to contaminated sea. And while the contaminated air in China is terrible, it will soon be swept up into the Earth’s atmosphere where the poisons will be diffused worldwide in a matter of days. Even water that is distilled for supermarkets is placed into toxic plastic bottles that leach their chemical poisons from the oil-based plastic bottle, instead of a non-toxic plastic Henry Ford was using to make cars.


Thus cannabis was made illegal because it was a fundamental threat to the economic survival of the multi-trillion dollar oil, plastics and pharmaceutical corporations that are now killing millions of Americans with their toxic fuels, plastics and so-called medicines, which are collectively making the Earth uninhabitable. And my mission as a presidential candidate is to inform the American people about this tragic Orwellian deception, while there is hopefully still time to hire millions of Americans immediately to return the USA to a solar hydrogen cannabis energy, economic and agricultural systems by 2020, which are sustainable because they are pollution-free and inexhaustible. - Henry Braun