Even Henry Ford was shut downMystifying... No less an industrial and financial titan than Henry Ford demonstrated that the Hemp plant, the sister plant of marijuana, could be transformed into a lightweight material stronger than steel. The perfect material for car bodies. Watch this 38 second video and see the car Ford produced in 1941:
Who needs steel? Maybe the guys who owned all the iron ore and coal fields (the Rockefeller syndicate) needed steel which is why for decades this simple technological possibility has been denied to us.
For decades, wealthy industrialists trying to protect their industries from the superior qualities of the Hemp plant, have conspired to keep hemp (and marijuana) illegal. During World War II, when hemp was desperately needed for canvas and rope, the United States government produced this movie they called, "Hemp for Victory", while at the same time agreeing to pay anyone who grew hemp in the National interest. Here is that government-made video:
Well, it's time again. Our NATIONAL INTEREST DEMANDS IT. Pass this on to your congressmen and write letters to the editor. It's time we put foolishness aside in the political arena and proceeded with some common sense. Legalize hemp. It not only makes a lightweight steel, it also produces a clean burning biofuel.