Deculting Yourself from Big Pharma Propaganda - The Way of the Weed

Deculting Yourself from Big Pharma Propaganda – The Way of the Weed

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How to deCult yourself with cannabis

In the heart of the nation, a battle for power rages on. It’s a battle between two old, white men: Mr. Forgetsitall and Lardo Pharmsucka. They care not for the people, only for their own interests and the interests of those who back them.

Their actions have caused immense damage to the nation, and the people are suffering. They’ve been swept up in the magnetism of these two men, their programming, and their propaganda. They’ve been divided, and their culture of freedom has been eroded, replaced with a cult of personality that serves only the interests of the powerful few.

Lardo Pharmsucka, with enough lard to fuel the entire country, has used his wealth to manipulate the media and sway public opinion in his favor. Mr. Forgetsitall, with his dementia, has no qualms about resorting to dirty tricks to gain an advantage.

The battle rages on, with no end in sight. The two old men hurl insults and accusations at each other, each one trying to discredit the other in the eyes of the people. They’ve corrupted the political system, using their money and influence to buy off politicians and officials to do their bidding.

The people are caught in the middle, their lives and livelihoods at stake. They’ve been brainwashed by the constant barrage of propaganda, their minds filled with the lies and half-truths of these two old men. They’re divided into factions, each one pledging their loyalty to one or the other, unwilling or unable to see beyond the illusions that have been presented to them.

But there is hope. There are those who are starting to see through the veil of deception, who are questioning the status quo and searching for a way out of this mess. They know that there is more to life than just blindly following the whims of two old men who care nothing for them. They’re determined to find a path of balance and nuance, to deCult themselves and break free from the chains that bind them.

Of course, I’m talking about the 2024 election and the painful realization that in all likeliness the “system” is going to push another binary choice – Trump vs Biden!

I can’t wrap my head around the fact that people are still locked into the Trump vs Biden camps. It’s as if they’ve been hypnotized by the incessant propaganda and the constant bombardment of rhetoric from both sides.

It’s been almost four years since the last election, and by now, people should have realized that neither candidate is a good option. We’ve seen behind the veil, and we know that both Trump and Biden are pharma shills who serve the same master.

And yet, here we are again, being told that we must choose between the two because “if not then who?” It’s as if the powers that be have programmed us to believe that there are no other options, that this is the only way.

But maybe it’s time we start asking ourselves, “then who?” Because the truth is, you can’t trust either the left or the right. Both sides have failed us, and it’s high time we start thinking independently.

We need to start looking beyond the binary, beyond the red and blue, and start seeing the world in shades of gray. We need to start asking ourselves tough questions, and we need to start holding our leaders accountable for their actions.

It’s time to break free from the chains of tribalism and start thinking for ourselves. We can’t keep going down this path of division and polarization. We need to come together as a nation and start working towards a common goal. And the first step towards that is to start thinking independently and questioning the status quo.

Take a long slow puff from a joint, hold it in for a few seconds, and release. Close your eyes and take a moment to envision yourself free from all thinking. You know nothing, you only know that you are here, right now. In this moment, all of the societal labels that have been imposed on you, all of the political ideologies, all of the morals and values that you have been taught to believe in, they all fade away.

Now, take a look at your political ideologies. Ask yourself, where did they come from? Did you form them on your own or were they given to you by your parents, your peers, or your culture? Are they based on your personal experiences or are they simply adopted beliefs?

Next, take a look at your morals and values. Are they truly yours, or are they a product of your environment? Have you ever questioned them, or have you blindly accepted them as truth?

Finally, ask yourself: does voting one way or another affect any real change? Be honest with yourself. Are politicians truly interested in the well-being of the people or are they more interested in furthering their own agenda? Is it possible that the system is rigged against us, and that true change can only come from outside the established system?

The truth is, thinking for yourself is not an easy task. It requires a willingness to question everything that you have been taught to believe. It requires a level of critical thinking that is often discouraged in our society. But when you start to think for yourself, you begin to see the world in a new light. You begin to realize that there are more options than the ones that have been presented to you. You begin to understand that change is possible, but it won’t come from the established political system.

So take another puff, hold it in, and release. As the smoke dissipates into the air, let go of all of the preconceived notions that you have been taught to believe. Open your mind and allow yourself to think for yourself. The world is waiting for you.

It seems like nowadays, everything is polarized. You’re either on the left or the right, and there’s no in-between. The world has become more extreme, and it’s time to start thinking about what that means for our future. We must abandon the extremes and begin to think for ourselves.

The left has its crazy ideologies, and so does the right. It’s not just about political beliefs, but rather it’s about the way people are thinking and acting. The left has become too much like Mao, promoting political correctness and cancel culture, while the right has become too much like Hitler, promoting hate and division. Both extremes are dangerous, and if we don’t start thinking for ourselves, we’re in trouble.

We need to start drawing some lines, and we’re already seeing that happen. People are starting to push back on major issues, and we’re redefining the conversation. The mainstream needs to crumble and fall, and we need to have independent thought rise. It’s time to abandon the old ways and start anew.

The problem with extremes is that they are willing to burn the whole world to get their way. We can’t let that happen. We need to start thinking for ourselves and not just following what the mainstream is telling us. We need to start questioning everything and deciding what is best for ourselves and our communities.

The good news is that we’re already seeing a major shift happening. People are starting to realize that they don’t have to be on one extreme or the other. They can be in the middle and still have their own beliefs and values. We need to start having conversations with each other, even if we don’t agree with each other.

It’s time to abandon the extremes and start thinking for ourselves. We need to start trusting ourselves and our own intuition. We need to start believing in our own power and our ability to create change. It’s time to let go of the old ways and start anew. We need to start building a world that is more inclusive, more loving, and more compassionate. We can do this, but it starts with us.

The way of weed is a path that transcends political boundaries. Support for cannabis reform is not a red or blue issue, it’s a green one. Weed has always been a non-partisan issue because its benefits are undeniable and its popularity unmatched.

In the past, politicians on both sides of the aisle have been wary of supporting weed for fear of alienating their base. But that’s no longer the case. In recent years, public opinion has shifted dramatically, and more and more politicians are coming out in favor of legalization.

It’s time we abandon the divisive left-right paradigm and start walking the way of the weed. The cannabis community is a diverse and inclusive one, where people from all walks of life can come together and find common ground. We need to grow together, support one another, and stand up for what we believe in.

But we also need to stop playing games. The political establishment has been using the left-right divide to control the masses for far too long. It’s time to break free from that cycle and start thinking for ourselves. We need to vote with our hearts, but we also need to stop the hate.

We can’t be afraid of getting canceled. We need to be authentic and true to ourselves. That’s what the world needs most right now – people who are willing to stand up for what they believe in, even if it’s not popular. We need freedom-loving individuals who aren’t afraid to challenge the status quo and fight for what’s right.

In the end, the way of weed is about more than just cannabis reform. It’s about building a community based on trust, mutual respect, and shared values. It’s about rejecting the toxic politics of division and embracing a more holistic and compassionate approach to life. So let’s light up, let’s get high, and let’s start walking the way of the weed. Together, we can create a better world for ourselves and future generations.




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