CANNABIS CULTURE – Watch Cannabis Culture News LIVE for the latest news and views on pot politics and the marijuana community. In this episode: The 10th Anniversary of 9/11 is upon us, but the truth is still clouded in smoke. We talk to Vancouver activists who plan to light up at 4:20 on September 11 as part of a global protest.
David Malmo-Levine, longtime cannabis activist and contributor to Cannabis Culture, will be the keynote speaker at this weekend’s Zeitgeist Media Festival in Vancouver. He and Randy Keats of the Vancouver Zeitgeist Movement join CCN LIVE host Jeremiah Vandermeer to discuss the growing movement of professionals and citizens who question the official story of 9/11 and believe the government and mainstream media are hiding the truth.
As part of the festival, activists plan a 4:20 protest on Sunday, September 11 at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Go to the 4:20 Smoke and 9/11 Mirrors Flashmob Facebook page for more information.
Also on the show: Georgia Straight Assistant Editor Miranda Nelson joins the show to discuss recent statistics showing that the US Government has been using anti-terror laws passed in the wake of 9/11 to target drug users instead of terrorists. Read her article in the Georgia Straight.
Jodie Emery joins the show to discuss the one year anniversary of the sentencing of her husband Marc Emery in a U.S. courtroom for selling marijuana seeds and using the money to fund activism.
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On the show:
Smoke and Mirrors in Vancouver on 10th Anniversary of 9/11
Data shows Patriot Act used more often to justify drug warrants, not terrorism ones
House set for showdown over Harper’s vow to bring back terror laws
The Vancouver Zeitgeist Media Festival
9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
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The Freedom Party of Ontario
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