BASIC LEGAL PREMISE TO SHOW THAT:
Marijuana Party Membership is a PRESCRIPTION
to defend the Peaceful possession of the articles of our party rubric in a civil societyUnder Sec 33 CCC and the Elections Act to protect your right to a God given plantNote: in law the legal definition of any word is important – law is nothing but words
Look up PRESCRIPTION in the DCL
[Dictionary of Canadian law]
[in law: if the wordexists here - it's the only definition allowed] If a prescription for marijuana is notdefined in the DCL then it's not 'prescribed by law'
[therefore -does not exist]
- When any authority uses this term ‘prescription’, as a condition of not being arrestedfor possessing contraband [for example] means:
THIS ambiguity creates a real threatbecause this wording offers no real protection, because it's not understood in lawTHIS could lead to false arrests and when this occurs, the law becomes anInstrument of punishment -
What is needed is a clear understanding thatclarifies what is meant by the term ‘prescription’, so that an accused with alawful defence [such as ours] can be saved from a bad decision made by anuninformed law enforcer
[in order to not face charges in the 1st place]- Under the CDSA
[Controlled Drugs & Substances Act] the courts insisted thatthey created the MMAR program and under this ruling anyone can be inpeaceful possession of cannabis, as long as they have a PRESCRIPTION-
They never say 'medical prescription' because there's no such thing
So what do they mean? Just look it up in the DCL
[as to our DCL]
and you'll find there is no such thing as a prescription for marihuana
BUT [as you will see in this pamphlet] the definition of PRESCRIBED BY LAW fits.
is a 1`person who is authorized to give a prescription within thescope of any profession and in the practice of a health discipline.
As prescribed by the CMA: there is no such thing as a health care profession that'gives a prescription for marijuana'-
BUT under this definition, an Officer of the Parti Marijuana Party can legallybe called a PRESCRIBER
because he is PRESCRIBED BY LAW under the ElectionsAct to protect our Party rubric and or his EDA's prescribed platform of beliefs.
is defined as a drug that may be dispensed by a pharmacistupon the direction of a prescribers [note: not defined in an Act]- by definition - There is no such thing as a pharmacist who can dispense marijuana
has many definitions & absolutely none of them apply to cannabisThere's 1- under The Dispensing Fee Act, 1- under the Practice of Physiotherapy Act,1- under the Dental Technicians Act & other industrial uses of the word.
There's not even 1 definition for PRESCRIPTION under the CDSA
and it's worth noting THAT: all 'drug' charges are pressed under the CDSA.