July 19, 2006


Why does the government of the Netherlands allow marijuana to be legal (supposedly in personal amounts), there, yet be completely illegal in Aruba and the Netherland Antilles. Why does this NOT make sense? Is it something as simple as "do as I say, not as I do", or another way to seize "illegal" drugs for the government to keep for themselves and/or re-sell?

WILLEMSTAD-The Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) started a campaign of collecting signatures from the public pro the legalization of ma
rihuana on the island of Curacao. UNIA wants to collect a total of 3,500 signatures and deliver the petition to the Minister of Public Health Theodora Brewster.

The rastafarian Edward Koeiman of UNIA said that marihuana consumption is part of the rastafari religion practice. He views the use of marihuana as human rights that is being violated by not legalizing it on the island. Marihuana cures many illnesses. However the rastafarians use it for spiritual reasons.

Koeiman sees the global anti marihuana campaign as a Christian crusade to protect the multi billion-dollar modern medicine market. That is the reason why there is a need to educate people on the purpose of marihuana use.

Marihuana is forbidden in The Netherlands Antilles and Aruba, unlike The Netherlands where it is tolerated to have a small amount of marihuana. A month ago Curacao police destroyed a large marihuana nursery with some 549 marihuana plants. The marihuana plants were planted between Papaya trees.
(Where's the proof that they destroyed the plants? Ever consider the fact they were taken???)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oduber dropped his bowling ball on his toe, and he fell sideway and twisted his penis. He's been lusting a 15 years old Hootie girl visiting from South Florida. He gave her some weeds and asked the girl to kiss him. The girl did. The 15 years old girl has been addicted to Marijuana just in a short week in Aruba. We need to stop this Oduber guy. He is no good PM.