100,000 Well Paid UK Jobs Through Compassionate Medicinal Cannabis Legislation

    A presentation prepared by the US-based Alekson/Grazing Bull companies has been delivered to UK prime minister David Cameron and business secretary Vince Cable.  It is intended to open a meaningful dialogue with the UK government for the formulation of compassionate medicinal cannabis legislation and the development of a nationwide, stringently governed, transparently regulated and monitored medicinal cannabis industry.  Detailed proposals and financial projections show that more than 100,000 new, well paid jobs could be created as a result.

    The task at hand is not an easy one.  As well as the challenge in developing an infrastructure for the new medicinal cannabis industry, law makers need to consider the needs of those suffering from debilitating medical conditions and the current risk of prosecution each person faces each time they seek relief from their chronic medical conditions.  Adoption of medicinal cannabis legislation is the right action and now is the right time.

    The presentation sets forth a workable, well organised programme for both legislation and development of the industry.  The initiatives proposed will generate significant outside investment providing the capital needed to develop a nationwide infrastructure.  Given the labour intensive nature of the industry and that patients will come from across the UK and from all walks of life, jobs created will be  spread right across the country. More than 100,000 new jobs will improve the economies of countless communities and spark entrepreneurial enthusiasm which will, in turn, create additional new jobs.

    The ripple effect of these new jobs will have an enormously positive effect on the economy of the whole of the UK in a relatively short time. The job multiplier effect  could create as many as two to two-and-a-half times more indirect support jobs needed to manufacture and/or procure the materials and sophisticated equipment necessary to operate this new industry and to monitor its governance.  Sophisticated products and well educated and industry trained personnel (both blue and white collar) are required.

    What has been proposed in the presentation will require hard work, long hours of dedicated effort and the collaborative cooperation of all; everyone pulling together to bring about a new 21st century perspective that relegates the thinking of the past to the history books and gives birth to a whole new industry with an abundance of new economic opportunities.

    The Medicine Wheel Project LLC

    The Alekson Group

    Download the full 158 page presentation here

    • http://www.facebook.com/cureuk Cure Ukay

      As a medical user with Crohn’s Disease I see this as a great thing, I hope we don’t get put in the same box that America is in now with the problem of everyone else using it and still being punished and stigmatized for it. All the time the normal person is still criminalized because they aren’t covered by a medical card or label the patient is going to suffer the same indirectly and get needlessly caught in the cross-fire. 

      I am all for things like this being implemented I just hope we don’t see ourselves cornered into medical use only. 

    • Cshaws

      I worry that most of our spineless MPs will just take one look and run away with ‘more important thins to do’.  I’m going to send a copy of this to my MP, who has yet to express his personal opinion on the subject to me, and ask him to highlight it to his colleagues.  Every one of us should do the same.

    • William Blake

      its 2011 and we still haven’t see the benefits of cannabis, im not just talking smoking it, but hemp, and the amazing things we can do with it. we are governed by an out of date, out of touch government to stubborn to realise mistakes and see great opportunity. i would love to say this will happen and the 100, 000 jobs are created, but its more likely it will be put in the ‘to shred’ pile. id do support CLEAR and the great work just need their message passed around a bit more. 

    • Ian Kinney

      I’m from the US; and we’re fighting hard for a result like this one with things like the congressional bill we want passed, HR 2306. I’m glad to see that you guys in the UK, and other places around the world fighting for the same thing as well. Keep up the good fight!

    • Bayka

      Surely someone will eventually speak out within our government, helping others to understand that medicinal and recreational use of cannabis requires attention. We are given the option to purchase coca-cola and pepsi On the high street, rather than purchasing / drinking an home made source that the maker wouldn’t even drink. Put Safe brands on the high street – close down the underground!

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