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Old January 3rd, 2004 #1
Magog
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Default Start our own colthing line

All products made out of Hemp. Sell items one line to Aryans world wide. Aryan money going to fellow Aryans. Keep the fucking jews out of our business.

This type of think would work find if we had an Aryan community, we need people working together living together for one goal. We need to settle somewhere and put down roots.
 
Old January 3rd, 2004 #2
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Originally Posted by Magog
All products made out of Hemp. Sell items one line to Aryans world wide. Aryan money going to fellow Aryans. Keep the fucking jews out of our business.

This type of think would work find if we had an Aryan community, we need people working together living together for one goal. We need to settle somewhere and put down roots.
Hmmm, not sure of the legalities involved with products made of hemp, Magog. Didn't the actor Woody Harrelson(sp?) try that a few years back? As I recall ZOGOV put the kosher hammer on him. To me however, it's a damn fine idea! Look good and feel good too! Heh heh!
 
Old January 4th, 2004 #3
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Originally Posted by Magog
All products made out of Hemp. Sell items one line to Aryans world wide. Aryan money going to fellow Aryans. Keep the fucking jews out of our business.

This type of think would work find if we had an Aryan community, we need people working together living together for one goal. We need to settle somewhere and put down roots.
Great idea, when they wore out you could smoke them, LOL

Diablo
 
Old January 7th, 2004 #4
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Hemp is a stiff coarse fiber, not a comfortable cloth. Cotton is the best, followed by Linen. Hemp is good for ropes and sail cloth, not clothing.

Also hemp fiber is COMPLETELY legal and has to trace of THC (the ingrident that gets people high in mary jane) in it whatsoever.
 
Old January 9th, 2004 #5
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The very fact that the supporters of this hare-brained idea were ignorant of both the legality of using hemp for clothing as well as its lack of comfort when compared to other fibers tells me they shouldn't attempt to formulate business ideas again.

Instead, they need to get back to wiping down the counters at Burger King, and let others do the thinking in this Movement for them.

Not entirely correct, nimrod. I shall enlighten you.

1) The Federal government bans cultivation of industrial hemp and considers it a controlled substance, no different from its hallucinogenic cousin marijuana.

2)The federal government doesn't make a distinction between the marijuana people smoke to get high, which contains a psychotropic chemical and the industrial hemp, which contains less than 1 percent of the substance.

3) Growing industrial hemp is legal by state code, but federal regulations make it next to impossible. The federal Drug Enforcement Administration only allows marijuana growth for research purposes, and only then under the strictest of security.

4) Hemp has been repressed in the United States since the 1937 marijuana tax act was passed and still to this day must be imported from other countries that permit it's cultivation.

5) The internet has dozens of online stores that sell clothes made from imported Hemp which include testimonials on how comfortable the fabric is. Here are just a few links.

http://www.utopianliving.com/SearchR...t=85&click=701

http://www.hemp-sisters.com/Hemp_Clo...ccessories.htm

Back to Burger King for you, Peculiar Thoughts!

Can he get any dumber!
 
Old January 9th, 2004 #6
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5) The internet has dozens of online stores that sell clothes made from imported Hemp which include testimonials on how comfortable the fabric is.
Look closely at the tag, the fabric is always mixed with cotton at a proportion above 50%.
 
Old January 13th, 2004 #7
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A lot of Hemp has very low levels of THC. You could smoke it till the stars burnt out and never get a buzz. As far a s stiff fiber, Im sure we could work it into soft cothling.
 
Old July 6th, 2004 #8
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Great idea, when they wore out you could smoke them, LOL

Diablo
Hemp is a relative of marijuana that has no psychoactive properties whatsoever. You could smoke a bushel of it and all you'd get is a headache and a dry throat. Hemp is one of, if not the, most useful and beneficial plants in the known universe. The government's ban on hemp is totally irrational and without justification. Yet more of ZOG's overwhelming intrusion into and control over the lives of free people. Down with the system.

If anyone is serious about starting a clothing line made of hemp, cotton or whatever, PM me. We could use VNN as a starting point and also make sites of our own to hawk our wares and wears. It's time serious WN's started doing more than banging away on their keyboards. Let's network, start e-mailing eachother, and get this movement of ours off the ground, out of cyberspace, and into the streets.

Here is some more informative facts about hemp, the harmless wonder plant that the Feds have banished from the kingdom.

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HISTORY FACTS

*Hemp has been grown for at least the last 12,000 years for fiber (textiles and paper) and food. It has been effectively prohibited in the United States since the 1950s.

*George Washington and Thomas Jefferson both grew hemp. Ben Franklin owned a mill that made hemp paper. Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence on hemp paper.

*When US sources of "Manila hemp" (not true hemp) was cut off by the Japanese in WWII, the US Army and US Department of Agriculture promoted the "Hemp for Victory" campaign to grow hemp in the US.

*Because of its importance for sails (the word "canvass" is rooted in "cannabis") and rope for ships, hemp was a required crop in the American colonies.



INDUSTRY FACTS

*Henry Ford experimented with hemp to build car bodies. He wanted to build and fuel cars from farm products.

*BMW is experimenting with hemp materials in automobiles as part of an effort to make cars more recyclable.

*Much of the bird seed sold in the US has hemp seed (it's sterilized before importation), the hulls of which contain about 25% protein.

*Hemp oil once greased machines. Most paints, resins, shellacs, and varnishes used to be made out of linseed (from flax) and hemp oils.

*Rudolph Diesel designed his engine to run on hemp oil.

*Kimberly Clark (on the Fortune 500) has a mill in France which produces hemp paper preferred for bibles because it lasts a very long time and doesn't yellow.

*Construction products such as medium density fiber board, oriented strand board, and even beams, studs and posts could be made out of hemp. Because of hemp's long fibers, the products will be stronger and/or lighter than those made from wood.

*The products that can be made from hemp number over 25,000.



SCIENTIFIC FACTS

*Industrial hemp and marijuana are both classified by taxonomists as Cannabis sativa, a species with hundreds of varieties. C. sativa is a member of the mulberry family. Industrial hemp is bred to maximize fiber, seed and/or oil, while marijuana varieties seek to maximize THC (delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol, the primary psychoactive ingredient in marijuana).

*While industrial hemp and marijuana may look somewhat alike to an untrained eye, an easily trained eye can easily distinguish the difference.

*Industrial hemp has a THC content of between 0.05 and 1%. Marijuana has a THC content of 3% to 20%. To receive a standard psychoactive dose would require a person to power-smoke 10-12 hemp cigarettes over an extremely short period of time. The large volume and high temperature of vapor, gas and smoke would be almost impossible for a person to withstand.

*If hemp does pollinate any nearby marijuana, genetically, the result will always be lower-THC marijuana, not higher-THC hemp. If hemp is grown outdoors, marijuana will not be grown close by to avoid producing lower-grade marijuana.

*Hemp fibers are longer, stronger, more absorbent and more mildew-resistant than cotton.

*Fabrics made of at least one-half hemp block the sun's UV rays more effectively than other fabrics.

*Many of the varieties of hemp that were grown in North America have been lost. Seed banks weren't maintained. New genetic breeding will be necessary using both foreign and domestic "ditchweed," strains of hemp that went feral after cultivation ended. Various state national guard units often spend their weekends trying to eradicate this hemp, in the mistaken belief they are helping stop drug use.

*A 1938 Popular Mechanics described hemp as a "New Billion Dollar Crop." That's back when a billion was real money.

*Hemp can be made in to a variety of fabrics, including linen quality.



LEGAL FACTS

*The US Drug Enforcement Agency classifies all C. sativa varieties as "marijuana." While it is theoretically possible to get permission from the government to grow hemp, DEA would require that the field be secured by fence, razor wire, dogs, guards, and lights, making it cost-prohibitive.

*The US State Department must certify each year that a foreign nation is cooperating in the war on drugs. The European Union subsidizes its farmers to grow industrial hemp. Those nations are not on this list, because the State Department can tell the difference between hemp and marijuana.

*Hemp was grown commercially (with increasing governmental interference) in the United States until the 1950s. It was doomed by the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937, which placed an extremely high tax on marijuana and made it effectively impossible to grow industrial hemp. While Congress expressly expected the continued production of industrial hemp, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics lumped industrial hemp with marijuana, as it's successor the US Drug Enforcement Administration, does to this day.

*Over 30 industrialized democracies do distinguish hemp from marijuana. International treaties regarding marijuana make an exception for industrial hemp.

*Canada now again allows the growing of hemp.



ECOLOGY FACTS

* Hemp growers can not hide marijuana plants in their fields. Marijuana is grown widely spaced to maximize leaves. Hemp is grown in tightly-spaced rows to maximize stalk and is usually harvested before it goes to seed.

*Hemp can be made into fine quality paper. The long fibers in hemp allow such paper to be recycled several times more than wood-based paper.

*Because of its low lignin content, hemp can be pulped using less chemicals than with wood. Its natural brightness can obviate the need to use chlorine bleach, which means no extremely toxic dioxin being dumped into streams. A kinder and gentler chemistry using hydrogen peroxide rather than chlorine dixoide is possible with hemp fibers.

*Hemp grows well in a variety of climates and soil types. It is naturally resistant to most pests, precluding the need for pesticides. It grows tightly spaced, out-competing any weeds, so herbicides are not necessary. It also leaves a weed-free field for a following crop.

*Hemp can displace cotton which is usually grown with massive amounts of chemicals harmful to people and the environment. 50% of all the world's pesticides are sprayed on cotton.

*Hemp can displace wood fiber and save forests for watershed, wildlife habitat, recreation and oxygen production, carbon sequestration (reduces global warming), and other values.

*Hemp can yield 3-8 dry tons of fiber per acre. This is four times what an average forest can yield.



HEALTH FACTS

*If one tried to ingest enough industrial hemp to get 'a buzz', it would be the equivalent of taking 2-3 doses of a high-fiber laxative.

*At a volume level of 81%, hemp oil is the richest known source of polyunsaturated essential fatty acids (the "good" fats). It's quite high in some essential amino acids, including gamma linoleic acid (GLA), a very rare nutrient also found in mother's milk.

*While the original "gruel" was made of hemp seed meal, hemp oil and seed can be made into tasty and nutritional products.



Prepared by the North American Industrial Hemp Council, October 1997
Wave of the future and of the past. A starting point for WN independence?


LEGALIZE IT!
 
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