While the The Popular People's Legalise Cannabis Protest Front of Britain Alliance continues to debate the differences in their goals and labels and argue over their approaches to the legalisation of cannabis, the Daily Mail readers, filled with misinformation and informed bigotry, go on the rampage, seeking to crucify any cannabis user they can lay their hands on.
Urban grower buying some weed in Jamaica, few varieties on offer as well as some fine looking hashish.
Coffeeshops don’t pay any value added taxes or taxes on sales turnover because cannabis is not a legal product. But coffeeshop owners do pay income taxes; - in the highest category, in fact! The Netherlands’ last 650 licensed coffeeshops, spread over 101 municipalities, furnish the national coffers with 400 million Euros annually via the aforementioned income tax.
Polite Squad" (2012), by Antohnia Lyovtzsis, is a documentary, film style advertisement about the Polite Squad and the cannabis conspiracy. The Polite Squad work voluntarily to help legalise cannabis, and do all they can to dissuade humanity from the lies they have been brainwashed with by the media and corruption in the last century by those who have and continue to demonise it for their financial gain, when it is actually a good product and a necessity for human survival and the environment.
Owner of Willie Wortels coffeeshop in Haarlem explains why he believes the introduction of a Weedpass system in Dutch coffeeshops simply can not work.