ISRAEL CANABIS MARKET

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In a recent article written by an Israeli JNS reporter, Eliana Rudee, Rider wrote, “Despite regulatory road bumps, Israeli cannabis entrepreneurs ‘in it for the long haul”
Rudee’s assertion about cannabis begs several questions.
1. How did Israel become one of the world’s largest producers and manufacturers of cannabis?
2. Whay is the true intent, impact and results of the actions of the Israeli horsemen and the “new merchants? Look beyond what is reported in the media!
3.When did cannabis become a “major market” in Israel? How?
4. Who stands to profit by actions of the Israeli government? Who stands to profit by actions by the “emerging Israeli merchants aka entrepreneurs?”

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The JNS Daily Syndicate reporter Eliana Rudee reports, “A current ban by the Netanyahu government on the export of “medical cannabis” is not stopping “those in the industry” from moving ahead with research and development.
That statement alone reveals that:
1. There is a cannabis industry in Israel
2. Israeli’s occupying the land of Israel have and are openly promoting, “medical cannabis”
3. To what extent and actions have Israelis gone to be as successful at cannabis”research”, and “development ” as they have become?
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How big of a business had cannabis become in Israel? At Israel’s Annual CannaTech Conference—reported to be “one of the biggest events in the medical cannabis field—iCAN Israel founder Saul Kaye announced that despite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s export ban, Israel’s medical cannabis entrepreneurs are “in it for the long haul.”
2018’s CannaTech, which took place on March 19-20 in Tel Aviv, gathered together more than 800 cannibis industry leaders, entrepreneurs, researchers, investors, scientists and medical professionals from approximately 40 countries from around the globe.
That conference could not have happened if:
1. The Israeli government would have banned it
2. There were not government officials working with Saul Kaye and his organization to promote and provide for that conference
3. Israel did not have co laborers in the cannabis market who stand to profit from the “industry”.
Reportedly, “a large portion of the discourse surrounded Netanyahu’s “ban on medical cannabis exports”.
Also reportedly, “Many speculating that U.S. President Donald Trump influenced Natanyahu’s decision.”
Also reported, “according to Kaye, Netanyahu’s pronouncement to ban exports is “stupidity.”
Kaye estimates that this year’s investment in the “Israeli medical cannabis field” will amount to a billion dollars in 2018, compared to 187 million last year.
Kaye reported to JNS “We have the agriculture, Intellectual Property [IP] and best research environment in the world”.
Medical cannabis is a global, burgeoning industry that could go away,” he said. “Money will go elsewhere and expertise will go where the money is, but we can prevent that. Regulators need to let us do what we are doing and stop impeding on us.”
Maayan Weisberg of Tikkun Olam, a “vertically integrated global leader in medical cannabis”, expressed her “disappointment” in the new regulations, saying “we are approached by many governments and companies from all around the world interested in our exports.”
NOTE: WEISBERG CLAIMS THAT THEY ARE APPROACHED BY GOVERNMENTS AND COMPANIES AROUND THE WORLD.
HOW MANY GOVERNMENTS AROUND THE WORLD SEEK PROFIT FROM CANNABIS, YET AT THE SAME TIME LIST CANNABIS AS A SCHEDULE 1 AND OR PROHIBITED ” DRUG” TO ITS POPULOUS?
Weinberg said “it’s a shame that the government is not seeing the potential.” REALLY?
ISRAELIS WHO HAVE ENORMOUSLY PROFITED FROM CANNABIS SALES DOES NOT SEE THE POTENTIAL PROFIT?
That’s the complete opposite reporting of what is happening and had been in Israel, “ Israel hosts an Annual CannaTech Conference—reported to be “one of the biggest events in the medical cannabis field according to iCAN Israel founder Saul Kaye.
Truth Is:, cannabis provides much work and income for the Israel’s in Israel

, and many others of the world, around the world.

How duplicitous to report otherwise!
In the beginning of the article by Rudee, she reported, the “entrepreneurs aka merchants” say,

“We are trying to help legislation and regulators come to the right decision by telling them the potential and truth of the industry.”

That statement begs the question, Do they want INI, the nations and or themselves-

Israeli legislators and regulators to believe that they do not already know the truth about the industry????
Yona Levy, CEO of Alvit Pharma, AN ISRAELI BASED PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY, THAT HAD TO OBTAIN GOVERNMENT SEAL TO OPERATE IN THE FIRST PLACE, spoke on behalf of the cannabis-based pharmaceutical company.
Yona Levy, CEO of Alvit Pharma,
maintained that Netanyahu’s decision was a strategic, political one based on not upsetting voters before elections. “If the court forces him to go with exports, he’ll take the credit, but if it fails, he won’t take blame. This is about not being brave enough,” Levy told JNS.
Levy further argued that Israel “does not look serious” because of the ban. “We have enough IP and money in creating an industry. But when someone looks at us from outside, they see a country that is not serious. This is causing us to lose the ability to be a leader in the industry,” he said.
Rudee reported that, Netta Covalski, a medical-cannabis patient and founder of the Purple Shades Association, dealing with rights promotion of fibromyalgia patients, argued that the prime minister is afraid of losing money from pharmaceutical companies that monetarily benefit from treating the sick with traditional medicines. “It’s very, very easy to regulate and reschedule cannabis as a traditional medicine, but they don’t want to make us heal, and they don’t want to save us. It’s neither human nor ethical.”
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Many Israelis remain optimistic that legalizing exports is just a matter of time. “Good regulation is inevitable,” stated Weisberg.
Levy added that “reality pushes people to the right decision at the end of the day.”
Kaye told Ridee, “I am confident that exports will be allowed within the year. Elections are a driver for change, and the CannaTech conference is a driver for change. Patients are using “medical cannabis” whether it’s illegal or illegal,” he said, adding that Tel Avivians are able to receive a cannabis delivery faster than a pizza delivery. REALLY?!!
“People are sick and tired of government and bureaucracy,” he said. “The slow down on the regulatory level is a road bump, but we’ll get over it,” Kaye told JNS. “It’s going to take time, but we are in it for the long haul.”
Kaye argued, Israel should continue to invest in what Israel excels in—”medical-cannabis agriculture, IP and research.”
It is reported that Israel became a hub for cannabis research when Professor Raphael Mechoulam of the Weitzmann Institute of Science “discovered Tetrahydrocannabinol, reportedly the psychoactive component of cannabis”. How many people and how many times can they “discover” what originally existed prior to “their discovery”?
NOTE: IT IS ALWAYS AFTER GOYIN, GENTILE, ASHKANAZI “DISCOVERIES” THAT SO CALLED MARKETS AND PROFITS INCREASE FOR THEM AND THEIR DISCOVERIES. THE INTERESTING FACTIS THAT EVERY “DISCOVERY” THEY HAVE MADE, THE PEOPLE FROM WHOM THEY STOLE THE DISCOVERY NEVER ARE ACKNOWLEDGED AS THE ORIGINAL OWNERS.
THEIR MODE OF OPERATIONS TO DECEIVE, STEAL, KILL, DESTROY, DISTRACT HAS NEVER CHANGED!
WHAT THEY STEAL, THEY REPACKAGE AND SEEK BACK TO THE VERY PEOPLE FROM WHOM THEY STOLE.
Deuteronomy 28:15-68.
Since Mechoulam’s “discovery,” Israel has trailblazed the research and development of medical cannabis, becoming the leader in the number of clinical trials of medical cannabis in “treating various diseases.” NOTE: they do not assert that cannabis is a sacrament, they set its usage for medicinal purposes.
Of course, there are what are called “revolving door negroes”. That is the one ” poster child” advocate in every resource that goyin, gentile, Ashkenazi’s have stolen.
Montel Williams, a television personality who become an advocate for medical cannabis since he was prescribed it for multiple sclerosis in 2001, visited Israel to interview Mechoulam nine years ago when the industry was still young. “I was impressed with the research and what was going on in Israel,” he told JNS.</p>
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At CannaTech, which brought Williams to Israel for his third visit and his second on the topic of medical cannabis, (Williams sold his soul to them. That is why Williams does not have to be concerned with being taken to jail, court, sentenced, locked up in prison, etc.
How much more “research” of cannabis is required for justice to prevail? How much more “legislating” is rewired and required for true justice in, with and for who, what, when, and how good prevails over evil?
Williams spoke about the need for patient-focused research and legislation of medical cannabis.
“The goal is faster access for patients,” Kaye said. When asked in a press conference whether CannaTech will continue next year despite the road bumps, he replied in a confident tone “We have all seen the future and are scaling up for that point. We are not going anywhere. CannaTech will occur every year in Israel.”
Again, ask and discuss the question, who stands to profit by actions of the Israeli government? Who stands to profit by actions by the “emerging Israeli cannabis merchants aka entrepreneurs ?”
Shalom,
Ihit Ahkotee Mary Rose
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