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DEA Agent Becomes Cannabis Entrepreneur.. (VIDEO)

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"Harder drugs" and

"Harder drugs" and prostitution are next in line for legalization and regulation, but of course it will all fall under the purview of the state and not private businesses, right? The guards guarding the prisoners just move up the ranks to maintain power and control.

I disagree, Sir/Ma'am

No American will ever vote to legalize:


Prostitution is a tough one, though. It's not harming anyone, yet, if the "worker" doesn't get tested, she becomes a threat to society unknowingly (or, hopefully not, knowingly)

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Cocaine has been used by

Cocaine has been used by several presidents. If it's good enough for the leader of the "free world"...

What is


Just a bunch of

cleaning products that some Russians, Australians, and now Americans are using.

I believe it's worse than meth, but I haven't done either, nor will I ever.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

What do you mean

prostitution doesn't harm anyone?
I don't think you have thought this through.
First and foremost, being used as a human tissue, (you know, snotted into and then discarded) is damaging to the prostitute...it deadens the spirit.
Secondly the use of prostitutes can and does destroy relationships and families, all of which snowballs.
Prostitution is not a victimless, whether legal or not.

I have wondered, since the topic came up

Prostitution is illegal, why are XXX rated movies legal? How are the people in the pornography industry given a pass?

I'll ask you to do your own searching,

but if you check out the main players behind the take over of 1920's Berlin, and todays porn industry, you will get your answer.

Found it

Looks like the "Money Changers" found a loop hole.

You're talking Apples and Oranges, here's why:

What if the person looking for sex is single with no family and what if the Prostitute enjoys her profession?

I'm not saying all prostitutes enjoy their job, but some (especially at the Bunny Ranch in Vegas) actually do.

I understand how you feel about prostitution, but can't speak for a majority of anyone in the sex business.

So my next question to you: do you believe prostitution should be legal or illegal and why?

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

I don't agree

In Nevada the brothel situation has worked out well. I have met women who worked there willingly, and it wasn't some facade.. to be honest, I found them to not only be prettier, better educated than most women, but they knew what, why, how.. they were doing.. and they had tons of self esteme. Perhaps they were the exception, but our laws protect the exceptions, eh?

Some people will sail through prostutution,

but the majority wont.

I couldn't do it

It was a reality check for me meeting these very nice women.. and I have to say, real professions KNOW what they are doing. God help the men, women and children on the streets, the laws don't.


this gets me.. I guess first of all.. this guy has put how many people in prison? Are any of those people still in prison? This guy is now profitting (whether there is a sale or not, he's "council".. so it's like what we have here shows us.. and in his conversation.. it's all about the money.

And that gives me a thought.. since this is going to be a gateway career, as more ex DEA agents get involved in the marijuana business, it's another sell out of US security, war on drugs being a security issue.

And from what he said.. I get that what is going on in WA is that these "Profiteers", are setting up a self slavery compound.. rather than prisons.. a person interested in cannabis will become part of this labor program that will be bound to the state (taxes).. so it will enslave us more to the state.

At least that was my take on what has to be one of the most audacious vids I have every seen in my life.

What are you talking about

What are you talking about with this labor compound thing? I've never heard of such a thing. Or are you considering the entire state to be a labor compound for anyone who uses marijuana there?

I don't see the problem at all with someone coming to the realization that marijuana should be legal and then going into the private sector to work with businesses to help them comply with regulations relating to marijuana production and sale.

Since when is profiting from their knowledge a problem? Hopefully he's repentant of putting folks in jail for using or distributing marijuana at this point. Too bad that question didn't come up in the interview.

The way the dots are connecting for me

CA developed a university program/ what is it, Oakland where they certify different parts of the industry workers.

The prosion industrial complex has has corporations within that provide menial labor jobs for non-violent criminals.. in CA and WAS this is a huge cost..

So there's needs to be a change, and that change, seems to be, is to leaglize cannabis, make it into a secure industry and relieve the prisons and provide jobs for people who are interested in cannabis.

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What's worse is

he probably was profiting from it as a DEA agent. No proof, but quite possible...

"Government is the entertainment division of the military-industrial complex". - Frank Zappa

Indeed. The old demon turned angel routine again?

Hi guys I used to make a living by putting people in jail but now I've changed my mind, I got these new clothes, I grew this awesome beard and I'm making money to be your friend now! I can help you! I have insider understanding and I'm conducting a workshop/yoga retreat and the Center For Healy Feely Studies next month! Like me on facebook follow me on Twitter put your hand down my pants, there's nothing wrong going on down there! Buy my ebook, see you on all the networks, I'm going extreme snowboarding now! See ya!

Hmmmmmm no. Ex special forces is filthy with people like this. Demons turned angel but guess what?

Demon is still there.

Having been one doesn't put you on my podium, it puts you at the back of the line.

Be brave, be brave, the Myan pilot needs no aeroplane.

in all honesty

this is one of the creepist vids; it gets me.. just looking at the vid still shot.. I want to tell Mr Moen.. SHAME ON YOU!.. like that's a bug deal.. but this is just wrong no matter how you cut it.. to me.

"I decline to answer that.."

that's a big affirmative on Patrick Moen consuming Cannabis.

Pft, seriously: the only tragedy left in the War on Drugs is Industrial Hemp and it's suppression.

Anyone in the US could get a dub-sack in under an hour (maybe longer in places like Montana, SD, ND, etc.).

Recreational use was "so last election."

Industrial Hemp and killing Big Oil/Big Pharma is the next phase.

After that: sorry paper companies. Your ass is on the chopping block, too.

Industrial Hemp = Trillion Dollar crop.

Former Chief of Police in Seattle says it best:


If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.