‘the carrot test’

 

 

Ron Kiczenski

22 hrs

Urgent note to group,the ‘carrot test’:

Are you of the understanding that you were born with the natural human right to plant, grow, harvest and eat a carrot?

If your answer is yes, then by constitutional protections and existing jurisdictional outlines, you have the same protected natural right to plant, grow and utilize cannabis.
When considering voting for an initiative or supporting legislation, or supporting organizations that have anything to do with cannabis, it is imperative to your evaluation that whoever or whatever you support can not only pass the ‘carrot test’, but should reflect such understanding in text and actions/campaigns etc..

The ‘carrot test’ is the ‘Occam’s Razor’ response to the plant species cannabis being outlawed through regulation and or now being “legalized” through the same relative jurisdictional regulations.
The human rights and constitutional problem with outlawing plants are the same in that humans are born with the naturally endowed right to plant, cultivate, harvest and use the naturally occurring plant material for the many needs of their lives from food to medicine and clothes etc..

The constitution of the USA was first and foremost intended to protect the naturally endowed rights of human beings.
The constitution has also provided for government authority to regulate commerce.

The corporate government has first and foremost blurred the lines of jurisdictional authority in that government has outlawed your constitutionally protected naturally endowed right to garden for yourself and your family by way of it’s (governments) constitutionally provided jurisdictional authority over commerce.

In any honest equation aimed at repairing the obvious disparages described above one need first run the carrot test.

The carrot test is simply to ask the question ‘does this proposal, candidate or organization represent an effort to restore my human right to grow and use natural plants for my own needs.

This without exception is the first question we should all be asking because all other commercial regulatory laws need to be formulated on the secure foundation of your human rights or they will continue to not only jurisdictionally extinguish your natural rights, but they will bury any possible litigious path back to restoring such.

Please re-post this note and help folks to understand and implement ‘the carrot’ test a.s.a.p..

People and legislators all over the country are holding meetings and hearings etc. in effort to regulate, tax and “legalize” cannabis in some way. All such activity is an admittance that the corps/Gov. was right all along to outlaw cannabis and further goes to concede that the corps/Gov. does have legitimate jurisdictional authority to outlaw your naturally endowed human rights.

Instead of demanding our naturally endowed rights be restored, we are insisting we never had such and that corporations should supplant our need for such. Our job as humans is to make sure our children are born into a world that lives together and protects naturally endowed physical rights, if we are not doing such then we have failed at life itself. The only necessary hearing right now should be in fed court where we should be holding Gov. responsible/liable for crimes against humanity and nature, and where we should be demanding the restoration of our naturally endowed human rights.

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One Reply to “‘the carrot test’”

  1. Our PROTECTED freedoms as itemized in the DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, our right to “…life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” These are the ones we must stand up for…these are the ones being usurped by ‘our’ government…
    They are not open to debate…they are ours by the grace of being born into this world…they are not subject to the whim of another human being…

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