CANNABIS, my saviour

I drink, eat, bake, smoke and massage IT…
Because it’s the only thing which boost my immune system during lupus SLE flare times, cures my partial paralysis due to transverse myelitis during flare times, gets my whole blood count to normal, doesn’t piss off my organs…
I’m addicted to IT, as for the past two years now i’m doing great off the 23 big pharma drugs (oral pills, IV drug administration and injections) , for the past 2 years i haven’t gone for blood transfusion as i used to (every 2 weeks in a month), spine, joint and muscular inflammation highly under control, for the past 2 years haven’t had to go for long hospitalisation…

Despite having to deal with two autoimmune disorders ( lupus SLE type and transverse myelitis ) where my immune system is in constant war with itself, cannot offer protection against banal and common infections and affecting gradually each and every of my organs, i feel, live and lead an almost normal life….

In short CANNABIS is my saviour…

If Methadone ( misused as recreational drug ) is the cure to drug addicts, Xanax ( addictive drug ) the cure for anxiety and panic disorders, Opioids including morphine ( narcotic pain medication derived from opium (illegal drug), resin of the opium poppy ) is the cure for acute pain and legal in the Mauritian medical practice… Why is cannabinoids ( found naturally in human metabolism, breast milk and cannabis ) still regarded as illegal in Mauritius and many other countries ?

Well, like it or not… I don’t need advice on this matter from a cigarette smoker, a social or heavy drinker, a big pharma lover and seriously no one coming from an empty barrel.

Stop the hypocrisy..if you don’t need it, I DO and so do some.
Stop being egoistic…if you don’t need a choice, I DO and so do some.

Like it or not…I’M A CANNABIS LOVER…
Booooooooooooom….

 

Real sense May1st Labour Day!

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May 1st, International Workers’ Day, commemorates the historic struggle of working class people throughout the world.
The holiday began in the 1880s in the United States, with the fight for an eight-hour work day. In 1884, the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions passed a resolution stating that eight hours would constitute a legal day’s work from and after May 1, 1886. The resolution called for a general strike where many were arrested, wounded and killed to achieve the goal, since legislative methods had already failed. With workers being forced to work ten, twelve, and fourteen hours a day, rank-and-file support for the eight-hour movement grew rapidly, despite the indifference and hostility of many union leaders.

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The one day of the year set aside to honor the workforce, the people who construct the buildings, highways, bridges, and every other working part of the giant economic machine we call the capitalist state.
Mauritius is the only country where history and significance of May Day resolves around political rubbish, swilling alcoholic drinks and having a food pack for free and then sit in traffic jams.
Educate yourselves my countrymen, May 1st was declared a “Law Day” for the ‘Labours’ Day’.
As workers, recognize and commemorate May Day not only for it’s historical significance, but also as a time to organize around issues of vital importance to working-class people today.
 

STOP THE POLITICAL GATHERING TRASH!

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Workers of the world, awaken!
Rise in all your splendid might,
Take the wealth that you are making,
It belongs to you by right.
No one will for bread be crying,
We’ll have freedom, love and health,
When the working-class will march the streets,
In the Workers’ Commonwealth!