For in 1752 the General Assembly of Virginia passed an act declaring "that if any person or persons shall hereafter, under any pretense whatever, take from the Indians any of their guns, blankets or other apparel, such persons so offending shall pay to the Indian or Indians so injured the sum of twenty shillings for every such offense; and if the offender be a slave, he shall receive, for such offense, on his or her naked back, twenty-five lashes, well laid on." But generally the Indians were treated with the greatest kindness until the time of the great Indian massacre, in 1622, for the colonists were thoroughly imbued with idea of converting them to Christianity. 2900 BC), whom the Chinese credit with bringing civilization to China, seems to have made reference to Ma, the Chinese word for Cannabis, noting that Cannabis was very popular medicine that possessed both yin and yang." Robert Deitch - Chinese Emperor Shen Nung Said to Discover Healing Properties of Marijuana "According to Chinese legend, the emperor Shen Nung (circa 2700 BC; also known as Chen Nung) [considered the Father of Chinese medicine] discovered marijuana's healing properties as well as those of two other mainstays of Chinese herbal medicine, ginseng and ephedra." - Earliest Written Reference to Medical Marijuana in Chinese Pharmacopeia "The use of cannabis for purposes of healing predates recorded history.The earliest written reference is found in the 15th century BC Chinese Pharmacopeia, the Rh-Ya." National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) - Book of Exodus References Holy Anointing Oil Made from Cannabis "Holy anointing oil, as described in the original Hebrew version of the recipe in Exodus (-23), contained over six pounds of kaneh-bosem, a substance identified by respected etymologists, linguists, anthropologists, botanists and other researchers as cannabis, extracted into about six quarts of olive oil, along with a variety of other fragrant herbs.The ancient anointed ones were literally drenched in this potent mixture." "Marijuana proponents suggest that the recipe for the anointing oil passed from God to Moses included cannabis, or kaneh-bosm in Hebrew.Angered and horny, he gagged her with her apron, pressed her hands to the wall and started tearing off her clothes biting her nipples and pulling up her panties that painfully cut between her pussy lips.She tried to break away from his hands, but he then tossed her to the floor and forced her to sex.This tribe of Indians occupied a village near what is now known as Fergusson's Wharf, in this county, and their hunting grounds extended along the James River about five miles and inland about twenty, and had a fighting strength of forty of fifty warriors.Captain Smith records that the king of this tribe furnished him with two guides, with whom he sent a valiant soldier, named Sicklemore, to explore the country around Roanoke Island for traces of the "lost colony" of Sir Walter Raleigh, with no successful result; and that he, the king of this tribe, warned him against the treachery of Powhatan; and yet this same savage, in a very few years, tried, and nearly succeeded, in killing every colonist on the south side of James River.
MSP John Mason (pictured) refused to withdraw his remarks after comparing IRA terrorists to 'freedom fighters' - having already failed to back a campaign to bring the killers of three soldiers executed by the IRA in 1971 to justice A nationalist MSP who said IRA terrorists could be seen as 'freedom fighters' yesterday fuelled the row by comparing them to Nelson Mandela.The MSP admitted he was only 'vaguely aware' of the case of three Scottish soldiers lured to their deaths by IRA 'honey-trap' killers, whose families were appalled at his social media outburst.The row began when Mr Mason was questioned about the slain servicemen and asked if he backed a crowd-funding campaign to bring their killers to justice - but the MSP said he refused to take sides on Irish issues.John Mason refused to withdraw his slur and cited William Wallace and Bonnie Prince Charlie to defend his extraordinary comments, which sparked calls for him to quit.He said he was 'trying to make more of a philosophical point that it is never clear-cut, or seldom clear-cut, who is a terrorist and who is a freedom fighter'.Last night Alan Barry, a former soldier who co-founded Justice for Northern Ireland Veterans, said: 'I'm sick to death of hearing people describe IRA murderers as freedom fighters.