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Cannabis should be legalized or decriminalized.
Allow people to grow up to 5 plants for their own use…once you have personal growers, the illegal trafficking will be stopped by itself. If you keep it illegal, you are promoting illegal trafficking cause people will NEVER stop smoking this God sent plant, and if there is demand, there will continue to be illegal sales, you will be promoting criminality. I don’t get it, why did our motherland not guide us through the Cannabis laws? They are using it medicinally + recreationally and yet the Dutch never guided us on this manner. Why is this? I know why! Imagine our beautifull Antilles with recreational Cannabis legal, all 6 islands, Curacao,Aruba, Bonaire, Saba, St. Eustatius, St Maarten.. all together with Legal Cannabis…it will mean a threat to our motherland and Amsterdam, all their tourists will rather come to the Caribbean, sip a fresh Coco and smoke a fatty instead of sitting in the cold, drinking maroccan tea and smoking the fatty… its as easy as that, they involve and “educate” us on what THEY want…you can LOBBY all you want folks…the truth is, out of all drugs known to men, CANNABIS is the only one that HAS NEVER KILLED ANYBODY (smoke 10 joints, you pass out, sleep, wake up with bunch of munchies…drink 10 painkillers and see wtf it does to you) …why be hypocrites? why is CIGARETTE,CAFFEINE and ALCOHOL Legal and yet Cannabis illegal? Because it is a threat to ALL pharma’s and a threat to the big oil businesses, cause you can make Cannaplastic, you can make Bio fuel, and you can do A LOT with cannabis that doesnt involve harming the people…they have indoctrinated our last generation on being a slave of the state, keeping us dumb…but the truth is…we have the perfect wheater and equatorial positions to grow Cannabis..both the Cannabis Sativa and the Hemp..we would become independant and never need the help of the dutch, whom never loved us anyways…but it will never happen, cause we are a threat to them…they are afraid of us..so the best thing is to keep the majority dumb and fighting each other through paid media and bullshit newspapers…WAKE UP PEOPLE!!! do your research



Dried marijuana bud.

Dried marijuana bud. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

DUTCH QUARTER MARIJUANA/GANJA BUST

3000 plants confiscated from Brill Drive Middle Region to Gibbs drive Dutch Quarter, well my sxm smokers, you know the price in Dutch Quarter just went up.

Legalize it, don’t criticize it. Why are you arresting citizens for growing Marijuana when it should be legalized, taxed with the tax revenue being re-invested in St Maarten. Now these industrious young men, have to sit in a cell next to the guy who just murdered an innocent child, and the guy who just wiped out someone on a gun rampage. So many people could become self sufficient, if they were allowed to grow and sell their own marijuana. I know one retiree in her 60′s, and she asked me; “Why can’t I grow my little thing, and make some change, just like the boys?” I’m not kidding, she told me that she approached parliamentarians about growing her own plants, but it’s not politically correct right now. She told me that the government refused to up her anderstand and her pension. She actually would like to be self-sufficient and grow and sell her own ganja legally.

If parliament wasn’t caught up in so much right now, I would pose the question.

My sympathies go out to the guys who got busted. They don’t want to hire you in St Maarten, when they do, they don’t want to pay you right.

Rather than stealing, begging or collecting government cheese, these industrious young men decided to handle their business, and producing their own goods.

To be continued….

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ganga tea
Ingredients:
Water 1 teaspoonful of butter Marijuana (see Eating for dosage)
Directions:
Boil the water first and pour it over the marijuana. Let it steep longer than you would do with common black tea, approximately an hour and a half. Add 1 teaspoonful of butter. The effects are similar to eating it.
Bhang Tea
Ingredients:
2 cups of water 1/2 cup of cannabis butter 4 cups of warm milk 2 tablespoons of finely chopped almonds 1/4 tbs of Garam Masala (cloves, cinnamon and cardamom) 1/2 tablespoon of finely chopped fresh ginger 1/4 cup of honey
Directions:
Melt the cannabis butter in a 2 qt saucepan. Stir in milk until mixture reaches boiling. Stir in honey continuing to mix, then almonds, garam masala, ginger and water. Bring to a boil. Cover the saucepan and turn off the heat. Leave it for 10 minutes. Pour into mugs letting almond residue stay in the bottom of the pan.

source: http://marijuana-tea.com/marijuana-tea-recipes.html





I learned this recipe from a guy named Theo, who had sold his business in Germany, and had decided to spend the rest of his life, travelling the world and sampling its Cannabis Sativa.

There are 3 things to prep when making special cookies or brownies:

marijuana,

cookie ingredients and

oven.

Prep Marijuana first:

1) PREPPING THE MARIJUANA:

Make sure the marijuana is  washed and dried.

Shred the buds (7-14 grams) into 1 cup of melted – BUT COOL- butter

Blend well with a fork,

put the combination in the refrigerator

Once the butter is chilled, but not hard,

put into shallow baking sheet

and cover securely with foil.

Put into an oven that has been preheated 300 degrees.

Let heat for 15 minutes,

Gradually lowering the heat.

There should be a nice, but not strong aroma in the kitchen.

DO NOT OPEN FOIL.

Return the sheet to the refrigator,

And let set for a few hours.

When the butter is solid

Remove from fridge,

And allow to thaw,

Then you can add the “special butter”

To your favorite chocolate chip receipe.

Ingredients

  •                     1 cup butter, softened
  •                     1 cup white sugar
  •                     1 cup packed brown sugar
  •                     2 eggs
  •                     2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  •                     3 cups all-purpose flour
  •                     1 teaspoon baking soda
  •                     2 teaspoons hot water
  •                     1/2 teaspoon salt
  •                     2 cups semisweet chocolate chips
  •                     1 cup chopped walnuts

Directions

  1.                     Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
  2.                     Cream together the butter, white sugar, and brown sugar until smooth. Beat in the eggs one at a time, then stir in the vanilla. Dissolve baking soda in hot water.  Add to batter along with salt. Stir in flour, chocolate chips, and nuts. Drop by large spoonfuls onto ungreased pans.
  3.                     Bake for about 10 minutes in the preheated oven, or until edges are nicely browned.

 

 

You can use the butter in pretty much any baking recipe,

the above cookie recipe from: best bake.com

the “specialization”: Theo from Germany



Biggest difference between ganja smokers in the Caribbean and smokers in the USA, would be the “fonto” plant.

Fonto, which is pictured, is basically tobacco which is cured in a natural way, and then blended with the marijuana, to form a spliff, also pictured.

Fonto is readily grown and sold in St Maarten, but you have to be selective,

and not every fonto has the same potency.

If you avoid tobacco products, then you’ll want to avoid fonto,

which is basically tobacco.

Why many smoke fonto, but not cigarettes or cigars,

is because the fonto is the natural plant,

with no additives, preservatives, chemicals, pesticides, insectides etc.

Many who smoke fonto blends,

simply grow their own,

so that they know exactly what they are smoking.

The combination of strong fonto, usually from St Thomas, and some good Jamaican ganja,

is usually enough for the Caribbean smoker.

In the Midwestern United States, where there is very little “Jammie”,

and the best marijuana is grown by those white boys out in North County,

Blunts are the preferred way to smoke.

It’s pretty much an insult to offer a smoker a joint in the United States,

where a vast number of smokers use White Owls, Phillies and Swisher Blunts,

along with various blunt wraps, to smoke.

The marijuana potency in the United States is a lot lower,

unless you choose to drive out to the county,

and pay heavy taxes on some hydro.

So blunts are used, which packs more of a punch,

but the dangers of the chemicals used in blunt wraps, such as grape flavoring

has not been proven to be safe.

So when you can,

go natural



Biggest difference between ganja smokers in the Caribbean and smokers in the USA, would be the “fonto” plant.

Fonto, which is pictured, is basically tobacco which is cured in a natural way, and then blended with the marijuana, to form a spliff, also pictured.

Fonto is readily grown and sold in St Maarten, but you have to be selective,

and not every fonto has the same potency.

If you avoid tobacco products, then you’ll want to avoid fonto,

which is basically tobacco.

Why many smoke fonto, but not cigarettes or cigars,

is because the fonto is the natural plant,

with no additives, preservatives, chemicals, pesticides, insectides etc.

Many who smoke fonto blends,

simply grow their own,

so that they know exactly what they are smoking.

The combination of strong fonto, usually from St Thomas, and some good Jamaican ganja,

is usually enough for the Caribbean smoker.

In the Midwestern United States, where there is very little “Jammie”,

and the best marijuana is grown by those white boys out in North County,

Blunts are the preferred way to smoke.

It’s pretty much an insult to offer a smoker a joint in the United States,

where a vast number of smokers use White Owls, Phillies and Swisher Blunts,

along with various blunt wraps, to smoke.

The marijuana potency in the United States is a lot lower,

unless you choose to drive out to the county,

and pay heavy taxes on some hydro.

So blunts are used, which packs more of a punch,

but the dangers of the chemicals used in blunt wraps, such as grape flavoring

has not been proven to be safe.

So when you can,

go natural

 

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PHOTO OF RASTAMAN "K": judith roumou

There are a lot of stereotypes associated with Rastas and the Rastafarian culture.

To learn all you need to know about the Rastafarian culture,

simply approach a local Rasta,

say good day,

and ask them questions.

Many get their impressions of Rastas as being violent, drug-dealing, anti-establishment thugs from bestselling novels such as “Caribbean” by Michener.

Understand that “fiction”, is just that…

fiction.

Rastafarians, are similar,

but not the same as the hippies that you find in the United States,

and throughout Europe.

One important thing you need to know about Rastafarianism,

is that not every person with “dread” locks, or bonded hair, is a Rasta.

Ask any Rasta, and they will tell you that “…there are many wolves, in sheep’s clothing..”

Some bond their hair for cultural reasons, others simply like the natural style.

There are many Rastafarian communes (sects) throughout the Caribbean.

One is located right past the Colebay/Bellevue border, in French, St Martin.

They are of course vegan vegetarians, and grow all of their own foods.

Rather than spending hundreds on processed foods at fancy chain restaurants,

that can also be found in Europe and The United States.

Visit one of these local communes, and buy your food right off of the trees,

or out of the ground.

Rastafarianism is more than just about Ganja (Marijuana), which is an herbal supplement in their culture.

It’s also about clean living: No cigarettes, alcohol, outrageous displays of material goods….and the Bible.

Yes, the Roots Rasta’s life philosophy is based heavily on the Bible, especially Psalms,

which is considered in many communes, a mystical chant.

There are many pre-conceived notions about Rastas and their culture,

but all you need to know, is a 10 minute bus or cab ride away.

FRENCH ST MARTIN: photo Judith Roumou (c)



FRENCH ST MARTIN HOME GROWN: THE CARIBBEAN

FRENCH ST MARTIN HOME GROWN: THE CARIBBEAN



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