An injustice of the system?

Has the 'greed is good' mentality changed our ideas of public service?

For example, in 2016 a deception was (apparently) done to deny kiwis (and aussies) foods for life and health. Our own Ministry of Health seems to have created a legal fiction, arguably to protect its wealth and power, via a perverse interpretation of an international treaty.

This apparent legal fiction (a legal opinion that remains hidden behind 'legal privilege', and unaddressed by the Director General of Health for eleven months so far)) snuffed out the categories of "food, supplements, and herbal remedies" for cannabinoids.

It had to though, because the food regulator (FSANZ) and ESR both thought that non THC cannabinoids were safe and legal. So the weird and perverse legal opinion was vital to block public access to cannabinoid rich foods. But the legal opinion is hidden behind legal privilege, because (the Ministry of Health assures us) there is"no public interest"in the advice used to deny us CBD rich foods.

This whole problem started out in New South Wales by the way, which is hardly known as a centre of political integrity. No one really looks good, apart from ESR. Bless them.

So go check out the details at, and join them! Lets prove there is 'public interest'. Each one teach one, learn and share.

Spread the gospel too. The more members THF gets, the more "public interest" in the legal advice it can show. Lets improve things, and lets find the truth, because its all a bit odd.



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