They Radio at 8:00 p.m. EST, Nov. 12 with The Man Without Fear; Guest Activist Andrew Carroll


In a world where everyone thinks they own your mind, and infinitely more harmful substances than cannabis are legal, Andrew Carroll had the wherewithal and righteousness to stick it to The Man, and you can listen in as the hero tells his story of standing up for his own mind tonight at 8 p.m. EST. Despite having incarcerated more of their citizens than any other industrialized nation, half of Americans still beg and plead like pitiful, childish slaves for their government to keep them safe from their own volition, in effect maintaining a fascist, cruel status quo that considers cannabis users better off incarcerated than as “unproductive” as Carl Sagan, Steve Jobs and Richard Branson.

The medical evidence, however, tells the truth: Marijuana is much less harmful than tobacco and alcohol. (The latter, of course, the recipient of patrons brainwashed enough by the falsely dichotomous marketing slogan “drugs and alcohol” implying alcohol is not a drug.) The criminalization of cannabis is, indeed, an active, modern conspiracy, as it has relied on conscious efforts by pro-timber industrialists and racist social engineers to propagate a brutal mythology to exploit and enslave the masses, all the while defying the findings of physicians and even Drug Enforcement Agency officials who have tried to stand in their way.

In this episode, They Radio co-host Tyler Bass mulls it all over with New England Activist Andrew Carroll. Mr. Carroll is not particularly enthusiastic for smoking pot, but he is quite the buff for human liberties. To make a statement this past year, he committed an act of civil disobedience by merely holding a piece of marijuana flower and taking the shaft from crazy Johnny Law and his manipulative politician slavemasters.

They Radio, proving that not only does the emperor wear no clothes, but he has not been working out lately. Tune in tonight at blogtalkradio.com/they. Friend us on Facebook at “theyradio live” or on MySpace at myspace.com/they.

THIS DISCUSSION IS OVER.