The history of Marijuana prohibition in the United States parallels the history of various American Industrialists. To say that marijuana prohibition was an industrial conspiracy is an understatement. Marijuana prohibition was but a small part of a vastly greater plot by these industrialists. They were guilty of, among other things, aiding and and abetting the Nazi enemies of the United States as well as a plot to overthrow the presidency of the United States and install a Nazi dictator (this one failed)Due to their immense wealth and power they never did get prosecuted for any of their crimes, but we are still suffering from their conspiracies today. Read all about it in the ELKHORN MANIFESTO

BOOK REVIEW; Drug Warriors and Their Prey: From Police Power to Police State By Richard Lawrence Miller; a point by point comparison of the reality of Drug Prohibition in the United States today with exactly analogous situations leading up to Hitler’s Third Reich and the attempted destruction of the Jewish people READ IT

US Prison Empire; Marijuana Smokers are Filling Jails with Cheap Labor for Corporate Profit By Reverend Damuzi (Cannabis Culture Magazine) The United States has a new form of slavery. SWAT teams are conducting military ³cleansings² of poor, minority and marijuana-growing neighborhoods under the guise of drug raids that particularly target women, black people and members of the cannabis culture. READ IT

The Prison Industrial Complex and the Global Economy by Eve Goldberg and Linda Evans; Over 1.8 million people are currently behind bars in the United States (editor – now 2 million). This represents the highest per capita incarceration rate in the history of the world. In 1995 alone, 150 new U.S. prisons were built and filled. This monumental commitment to lock up a sizeable percentage of the population is an integral part of the globalization of capital. READ IT

How drug money controls your government, life and economy; Catherine Austin Fitts is a former managing director and member of the board of directors of Dillon Read & Co, Inc, a former Assistant Secretary of Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner in the first Bush Administration READ IT