Monday, August 24, 2009


What do the Prince of Pot and the King of Pot have in Common? A blinding drive to disclose the truth about Marijuana. Both of these men have been at the front lines of activism in this area.

BRUCE PERLOWIN is famed for running the biggest and most sophisticated marijuana smuggling organization in California history. In fact, he ran the operation like a Fortune 500 company. His operation was so sophisticated it even included his own “counter-intelligence” unit, which monitored the movements of Coast Guard craft and kept track of DEA and FBI agents. The news media dubbed him "The King of Pot". Bruce Perlowin had earned over $100 million dollars by the time he was 30 years old. All that went up in smoke (pun intended), when he was finally caught in 1983. Being a man of honor and trust, he turned down offers by federal prosecutors to let him “walk,” and took a 15-year prison term rather than snitch on his former employees and partners.

Now Bruce Perlowin, The King of Pot is on the legal side of the business. From his experience in the Marijuana business and his later experience in the "stored value" card business, he has now patented a secure payment and tax remittance system for the Medical Marijuana Industry. He is once again on the front line of a very exciting up and coming industry, where there are millions more to be made. Medical Marijuana, Inc. is Bruce's new company and is the first company in the industry to go public. Business is booming in California and the company plans on expanding into other states where medical marijuana is legal or soon to become legal.

Check out the company Medical Marijuana, Inc. at: . Then go buy some stock in increments of 420.

The Canadian Marc Emery is called "Prince of Pot". Emery has been known as a book seller and activist in Canada for 30 years, fighting against censorship laws and other social issues long before he became a drug law reform activist. He has been a media figure for 20 years with regards to marijuana and drug law reform. His message is "Canadians need to know ending prohibition is the most valuable political act of our time."

Because Emery was so successful in fighting against the US-led War on Drugs, the powers in America decided to shut him up. Emery was sought on three charges for selling pot seeds across the border via mail, through his pot culture magazine Cannabis Culture. He was facing a possibility of 25 years to 75 years in a U.S. prison. His lawyer has advised him to take a plea deal, agreeing to a sentence of 5 years. Emery is expected to turn himself in in August to authorities.

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