Portal:Home page archive page one

1,558pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Add New Page Talk0


Archives of some items posted on the Main Page (home page). Highest number is the latest archive: page 1.
See also: Current events and news, Cannabis news and events archive, Category: Cannabis-related events, 420 event lists, Cannabis event lists and calendars.

58% of Americans want Cannabis Legalized. Gallup Poll

Return to top.

- 58% Say Legalize Marijuana in Latest Gallup Poll. Phillip Smith, 23 Oct 2013. Drug War Chronicle.

New York City pays $167,731 per year per prisoner

Return to top.

College versus cannabis incarceration

Moms for Marijuana. See Wikipedia: Community college. See yearly cost of corrections in the USA. Divide by total number of inmates. Correction costs alone averaged $30,600 per inmate in 2007 in the USA.

John McCain says "maybe we should legalize"

Return to top.

School-to-prison pipeline

Return to top.

Pope Francis on trickle-down economics

And the astronomical U.S. incarceration rate (due to the Republican-led drug war) helps keep the poor in line. See infographic. See also: School-to-prison pipeline. Too bad though that the Pope is clueless about drug reform.

"Wherever he placed such a computer, dozens of children would gather around and, with no help from adults, figure out how to use it. Those who could not read began to do so through interacting with the computer and with other children around it. The computers gave the children access to the whole world’s knowledge."

Breaking the Taboo

Jesus dude

Hey, angry white male Republican voters! Lighten up, dudes. Jesus' first miracle was turning water into wine. Jesus healed using cannabis [1]. Stop worshiping Ronald 6 Wilson 6 Reagan 6, and "Just Say No", and the NRA's mandatory minimums.

Return to top.

Home Page ( More info [10]. See TabooBreakers on Twitter. See Global Commission on Drug Policy and Facebook page. Quotes from video clips on the trailer: President Richard Nixon: "total war against public enemy number one". President Ronald Wilson Reagan: "When we say no to drugs it will be clear that we mean absolutely none". President George H.W. Bush: "Some think there won't be room for them in jail. We'll make room". Morgan Freeman: "Since 1971 2.5 trillion dollars have been spent on the War on Drugs". Look who's breaking the taboo: Richard Branson, Kate Winslet, Sam Branson, Morgan Freeman, and many more. See also: Share link. Full version in English is no longer available online. Hey Richard Branson, George Soros, or whoever, please buy it and put it back online!

Propaganda of incarceration nations

Return to top.

Ronald Reagan, 1980 campaign speech 1: "Leading medical researchers are coming to the conclusion that marijuana, pot, grass, whatever you want to call it, is probably the most dangerous drug in the United States, and we haven't begun to find out all of the ill effects, but they are permanent ill effects. The loss of memory for example."
See quote at 1 minute 7 seconds into this video clip narrated by Woody Harrelson.
U.S. incarceration timeline 4

Obama helping turn around the Reagan-Bush War on Pot, mandatory minimums, and mass incarceration. See: US incarceration peaked in 2008.

Propaganda of incarceration nations. Reaganism is about drug war, code-word racism, hate radio, mass incarceration, and above all, trickle-down economics (Reaganomics).

Drug war + Trickle-down Reaganomics, = mass incarceration and mass control.
See article: Trickle-down economics plus drug war.
Just Say No. Nancy and Ronald Reagan 2

Nancy Reagan and Ronald Reagan of the USA. The "Just Say No" campaign.

Stalin and child

Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union.

S.A. brownshirt

S.A. brownshirts in Nazi Germany.

See Wikimedia Commons: Category:Government propaganda. Note the "glorious mission" or "glorious war" nature of much propaganda. Like the Republican-led Holy War, the "War on Drugs". See Wikipedia: War on Drugs. It is really a war on some drug users. This particular glorious war was reinvigorated by the cult leaders, Ronald and Nancy Reagan. The B-movie actor Ronald (6) Wilson (6) Reagan (6) is still worshiped like a God (or idol) by some segments of the Republican Party. "The secret of success is sincerity. Once you can fake that you've got it made." - Jean Giraudoux. French diplomat, dramatist, and novelist (1882 - 1944).

Let's not forget Papa Bush

Return to top.

Keeping those expensive "Boots on the ground"

The days of cannabis prohibition are numbered

New Hampshire Teapot Party.

War on drugs is a war on the poor

Return to top.

Ending Republican-initiated Wars of Choice

Return to top.

The boots and the profits are no longer in Iraq. They are now in Louisiana. See: The U.S. Drug War. Republicans lead. Sheep follow. Everybody pays. See Louisiana is the world's prison capital, and here. See Eric Holder: 'Broken' Justice System Needs 'Sweeping' Changes, Reforms To Mandatory Minimum.[11]. See: Louisianians Favor Marijuana Legalization, Poll Finds.

Michael Douglas slams drug war and U.S. prisons

Return to top.

"Fascists always steal the word 'freedom'."

Return to top.

"Isn't it interesting how fascists always steal the word 'freedom'?"

Above quote is from Henrik Vanger in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

"Boots on the ground". It is not difficult to understand why much of the world fears U.S. power and its "police actions" at home and abroad. Many question the moral authority of the USA. Some reasons why: The Republican-initiated Iraq War, and civil war that followed when the U.S. disbanded the Iraqi army, and one million people died in the ensuing anarchy. A welcome liberation became a clueless hated occupation when the US did not leave right away when the infamous WMDs were not found. In the USA the Republican-led U.S. Drug War has become a police and prison occupation of U.S. cities, and is greatly responsible for the astronomical incarceration rate in the USA. Republican "freedom" at home and abroad. "Freedom fries" anyone?

The 27 reasons why US does not have moral authority to lead the war on drugs

Return to top.

War On Drugs: 27 Reasons Why U.S. Doesn't Have The 'Moral Authority' To Lead It. By Roque Planas, Nov 18, 2012. Huffington Post. Expand slideshow to full size.

Both the Iraq War and the Drug War were/are profitable Wars of Choice against fabricated "Enemies". See: How the Bush Administration Sold the War – and We Bought It by Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame Wilson. See Wikipedia: Iraq and weapons of mass destruction. Listen to Hans Blix and Arianna Huffington, too.

These multi-trillion dollar wars are the latest "glorious crusades" (that good ol' boy, moron Bush actually used the word "crusade" at first to describe the Iraq War). See: The Three Trillion Dollar War - about the Iraq War. See Brown University Costs of War project. See: Cost of U.S. drug war. The better (and much cheaper) way is harm reduction. See: Portugal. Cannabis-related links. And drug users are no one's "enemy".

The U.S. Drug War. Republicans lead. Sheep follow. Everybody pays. Democrats have to be pushed to wind down the drug war, and to support the middle class instead of the privileged. Otherwise, another Ralph Nader candidate will come along to throw a monkey wrench into the whole bloody machine (speech by Mario Savio starts at 22 seconds into the video). Obama is the first Democrat President in awhile who isn't basically middle management for Republicans. Clinton was the last moderate Republican to lead the country. Stockholders got rich while income and wealth inequality continued to increase, and the incarceration rate continued to skyrocket due to the drug war and "truth-in-sentencing" (mandatory minimum sentencing). See: National Rifle Association and mandatory minimum sentencing.

Be independent, not conservative or liberal!

Return to top.

Is the U.S. Republican-led, Worldwide War on Cannabis over?

Feds will allow states some leeway on cannabis laws

Return to top.

As Oregon's chief federal prosecutor last year, Holton was in the vanguard of that crackdown, sending letters to owners, operators and landlords of storefront pot outlets warning they faced prosecution and civil enforcement actions for involvement in the sale of cannabis.

A reason why states need some leeway:

Conservative war, ignorant sheep, and harm reduction

US incarceration timeline

November Coalition graph. Some Congressmen and police who prosecuted the War on Drugs now believe it caused a large increase in the United States incarceration rate. See Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, and larger chart with sources. See template. Incarceration peaked in 2008.

Return to top.

Single-payer health care PNHP poster

Harm reduction works best when combined with single-payer health care. See Physicians for a National Health Program. See larger version for money saved.

Conservatives worldwide love war, especially the drug war. War is profitable for big businesses that wage wars, incarcerate POWs, house troops, and treat wounds. Many voters, like the lemmings they are, enable the wasteful spending of conservative wars, and then have to wind them down when they can no longer be sustained and paid for. Average taxpayers clean up the mess, and pay for the collateral damage of broken bodies and lives. Conservative bosses, and subservient sheep.

Harm reduction is better than drug war.

The majority of people incarcerated in prisons and jails in the USA are in due to drug-related offenses, crimes to get money for drugs, or drug-related parole or probation violations. Wikipedia: Drug-related crime. The number of inmates in the USA has increased almost 5 times over since 1980. The USA has the highest incarceration rate of any nation b c (except for the tiny country of the Seychelles). Compare incarceration rates worldwide. The cost of the U.S. drug war is at least 1.5 trillion dollars. Cannabis is safer! Share link.

Cory Booker and Quentin Tarantino on the Drug War

Return to top.

Obama's passion and mojo

Return to top.

Could just as well be describing the Drug War.
Sen. Barack Obama before the Iraq War:

"What I am opposed to is a dumb war. What I am opposed to is a rash war. What I am opposed to is the cynical attempt by Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz and other armchair, weekend warriors in this administration to shove their own ideological agendas down our throats, irrespective of the costs in lives lost and in hardships borne. What I am opposed to is the attempt by political hacks like Karl Rove to distract us from a rise in the uninsured, a rise in the poverty rate, a drop in the median income — to distract us from corporate scandals and a stock market that has just gone through the worst month since the Great Depression. That's what I'm opposed to. A dumb war. A rash war. A war based not on reason but on passion, not on principle but on politics."

The elephant is the mascot of the Republican Brownshirts. See: Holy War on Drugs, Republican-led mass incarceration. Share link.

US criminal justice cost timeline

$228 billion total in 2007 according to BJS data. $36 billion in 1982 (not adjusted for inflation). Detailed yearly costs timeline is here (scroll down). See inflation-adjusted chart. BJS is U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics. The majority of prisoners are incarcerated due to the drug war. See drug war charts and maps. State prisons averaged $31,286 per inmate in 2010. See: Costs of U.S. drug war.

Election Day victories, November 2012

Return to top.

The American states of Colorado and Washington have voted to legalize cannabis, and Massachusetts becomes the eighteenth state to approve cannabis for medical use. See 2012 vote for cannabis. Prohibition, your days are numbered!

Why did U.S. Republicans get their asses handed to them in 2012? Well, besides their idiotic rape comments, maybe it is because their support for "freedom" was a sham. For example; at the time of the election very few Republicans had cosponsored H.R. 6335 (see section on cosponsors). That bill would not have done anything more to legalize marijuana or medical marijuana; it would simply have allowed medical marijuana centers operating legally under state law to continue to do so. It would have amended the Controlled Substances Act so as to exempt real property from civil forfeiture due to medical-marijuana-related conduct that was authorized by State law. This is Republican "freedom":
See list of incarceration rates by country (b c). Compare the rates. Due to the Drug War the USA has the highest incarceration rate in the world (except for the tiny country of the Seychelles). See cost of U.S. drug war: 1.5 trillion dollars!
Marijuana Majority - See larger image.

Hey Republicans! The drug war is taking us over the fiscal cliff! The drug war is another multi-trillion dollar war that needs to be wound down. Obama wound down the Iraq War, and is winding down the war in Afghanistan. Obamacare will not increase in cost as fast as the previous healthcare chaos. Single-payer universal healthcare, of course, is the most efficient and cost saving, but Democrats would never have been able to get that passed in Obama's first term.

Cost of U.S. drug war. Even $1.5 trillion dollars is conservative since many crimes are committed in order to get money for drugs. State prisons averaged $31,268 per inmate in 2010. See: Drug war causes high U.S. incarceration rate. See: Economics - Drug War Facts. See: 32 Reasons Why We Need To End The War On Drugs - Business Insider. See: The Budgetary Impact of Ending Drug Prohibition.
Cost of U.S. drug war

A Chart That Says the War on Drugs Isn't Working. By Serena Dai. The Atlantic Wire. 12 Oct 2012. "The numbers on this chart alone don't add up to $1.5 trillion, which represents a more inclusive count of drug control spending, with prison costs and state level costs determined by the Office of National Drug Control Policy, but instead to $800 billion." See: Cost of U.S. drug war. Share link.

Weed Pass is Dead, Cannabis Cup is Alive!

Return to top.

Later note: The conservatives are still trying to implement the Weed Pass.

The new government of the Netherlands has snuffed out plans to ban foreigners from visiting Dutch coffee shops where they can purchase quasi-legal cannabis. That means the High Times 2012 Cannabis Cup is on! Read complete article here

Rhode Island becomes 15th state to decriminalize

Return to top.

Rhode Island. Marijuana Policy Project. Rhode Island’s New Law to Reduce Penalties for Marijuana Possession:

On June 13, 2012, Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee [Independent] signed S 2253/H 7092 into law, making Rhode Island the 15th state to remove the possibility of jail for first offense possession of a modest amount of marijuana. The title of the bills was “Reform the penalty for possession of up to an ounce of marijuana.”


Return to top.

Cannabis Wiki. Cannabis, the Avatar Home Tree of Life for the healing of the nations.

Welcome to the Cannabis Wiki, also known as the Weed Wiki. Create an article. Anybody can edit most pages without having to log in. Upload an image. If you want to be an admin go here.

Global Marijuana March animated


Tree hugger
You can help. Everyday is Earth Day! Hemp heals the planet. Video: Climbing Redwood Giants.

Jump in and start editing. We'd love for you to help out!

If you are spelling impaired (as many of us are), some browsers such as the Firefox browser have built-in spell checkers. On other browsers you can install the Google Toolbar to get a spell checker.

If you need any help go to the navigation menus, the Main Page, or ask the community (via the community menu). You can also get help from admins.

Dive in and start editing!

Wiki tour

Return to top.

Notable pages

Return to top.


This wiki is about cannabis and things relating to cannabis. This includes topics such as:

...and much more!

See Category:Cannabis Wiki and Special:Search to find most things, and for an overall view. See also all the uncategorized pages. See Special:UnusedFiles for posters, flyers, and banners that need to be posted on city pages.

See Category:Help and the help menu in the navigation menus for help on this wiki and more. See also the forum links in the community menu.

More articles

Return to top.

See: Category:Articles.

You can help

Return to top.

Create an article

Return to top.


Global Marijuana March (GMM)


Global Marijuana March animated Return to top.

Global Marijuana March (GMM) is also called the Million Marijuana March (MMM) and other names. This global event occurs yearly on or around the first Saturday in May in over 250 cities. Category:Global Marijuana March - Click any city link and start adding some info, images, videos, and links.

GMM, MMM. First Saturday in May (or thereabouts). See also: 4/20 events. 225 cities from 42 nations signed up for May 4, 2013 or thereabouts.175 cities from 33 nations signed up for May 5, 2012 or thereabouts. 272 cities for May 7, 2011. 328 cities for May 1, 2010. 270 for May 2, 2009. 240 for May 3, 2008. 230 for May 5, 2007. 203 for May 6, 2006. 184 for May 7, 2005. 165 for May 1, 2004. 235 for May 3, 2003. 199 for May 4, 2002. 119 for May 5, 2001. 104 for May 6, 2000. 31 for May 1, 1999. See:
Category:Global Marijuana March graphics.

Years signed up: Browse the basic GMM city lists by year: ~ 1999. 2000. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 2010. 11. 12. ~ Or search them. Add city name to search (nation, state, province is optional). Here is an alternative search that includes the latest city lists.

"A man can't ride your back unless it is bent."
-- Martin Luther King, Jr.. Mountaintop speech.

Global Million Marijuana March. Stand up and march!

"The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do." [24][25] -Steve Jobs of Apple Computer (A highly successful cannabis smoker) 2/24/1955 - 10/5/2011.

News, history, events, photos, videos

Return to top.

For much more info see: Portal:Cannabis news and events.

The images used on the Cannabis Wiki are free or fair use. Click any image to enlarge it. Click the icon below an image to get to the info and license page, and then click the image there to enlarge it the most. For info on uploading see Image uploading and use. See Category:Cannabis Wiki for links to image locations.

Free licensing: "Except where otherwise specified, the text on Wikia sites is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0 (Unported) (CC-BY-SA). Read the license summary."

Creative Lights-4083

March 24, 2007. A stoplight in Bogotá, Colombia at the intersection of calle 127 and carrera 13.

Seattle Hempfest 2007. Charlie Drown 088A

Charlie Drown performs on Share Parker Main Stage, Seattle Hempfest, August 19, 2007. See Seattle, Washington, USA. In foreground here, bassist Lizzy D (Lizzy Daymont).

Madrid Spain 2004 MMM

Madrid, Spain. May 8, 2004. Million Joint March (La Marcha del Millón de Porros en Madrid, Mayo 2004). For info and photos: [6] [7]. Part of the Million Marijuana March (MMM) [8].

John Lennon on marijuana

Return to top.

Wazzup! You are. No, you are. :)         sɹnoʎ ǝɹɐ splɹoʍ ǝsǝɥʇ llɐ

Teddies in Space
This image added here Oct 12, 2010. Hmmm. What would John Lennon say? (Click images to enlarge. Right-click images to enlarge more. Click info icons for image details.).
John Lennon Prop 19

John Lennon. Click image for larger text. See also: Influential cannabis users.

Dana Beal, Global Marijuana March

Return to top.

Albert Einstein Head

Albert Einstein

Dana Beal 1994 marijuana march

Dana Beal. 1994 marijuana march in New York City.


Mark Twain. He smoked hashish. See also: Influential cannabis users.

French partisans. Marche Mondiale du Cannabis

Return to top.

France 2011 GMM 9

2011 Global Marijuana March in France. Image is derived from Liberty Leading the People.

Baked? - rrrrrooooooollll another one.

Return to top.

See Category:Music videos for pages and pages of music videos.

Site problems, and features of an ideal wiki farm

Return to top.

See: Site problems, and features of an ideal wiki farm.


Return to top.

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki