A cannabis activism group has today launched a report aimed at challenging the foundations of all cannabis laws in the United Kingdom.
The Seed our Future Campaign is a national movement that uses non-violent civil disobedience in an attempt to bring about mass awareness to the unsubstantiated and unfounded laws and regulations surrounding the Cannabis plant and how this affects us all.
The report, entitled Cannabis and the Law – No Evidence, No Crime? calls into question ‘the very principles the prohibition of cannabis was first founded on’.
Authored by Guy Coxall, Trev Coleman and Steve Harrison, the report hopes to spark a green revolution by directly appealing to Police and Crime Commissioners across the country.
The group describes cannabis laws as “a bygone system bent entirely on racist and political agendas”. The report, due to be delivered to the PCC’s in the next couple of weeks, calls for the immediate decriminalisation of cannabis.
The urgings outlined in the document, all factually substantiated, come amid mounting concerns surrounding the environment which, among its many other proposals, the report insists cannabis could help alleviate.
The report comes as the culmination of a series of demonstrations the group coordinated across the country this summer; similarly aimed at shaking off the injustices that cannabis has historically had to endure.
Committed, above all, to “telling the truth” about cannabis, Seed our Future is a nationwide grassroots movement aiming to promote the de-scheduling of cannabis and raise awareness via non-violent civil disobedience.
The group is openly critical about the government, which they claim is operating in the interests of a small number of corporations who stand to profit from the continued restrictions placed on cannabis, even if it is at the cost of the wellbeing of the general British public. In its efforts to outlaw cannabis, they go on to say, the government has only served to perpetuate the now outdated narrative that the plant is somehow intrinsically destructive and should be treated accordingly, despite the overwhelming amount of evidence to the contrary.
A full copy of the report can be read online, via the Seed our Future website: https://www.seedourfuture.co.uk/