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Letters to the Editor: May 16, 2018 

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Say No to Nazis

As a Korean American, I can confirm to you that many Asians supporting this clown know what they're doing ("Elephant in the Room," May 9). I can't speak for all Asians, but Koreans and Korean-Americans in the U.S. remain some of the most bigoted, ignorant and selfishly indifferent people I know. Most identify as Christian, and are about as Christian as your average conservative evangelical: not at all. Koreans may have the book learnin', but they never left the house or their own community, so it's not a surprise they share views with rural conservatives. Some of my friends were trying to solve the mystery of that random Asian guy at Charlottesville. It wasn't a mystery to me. There are tons of Korean Trumpsters, and they all have one thing in common: they make buttloads of money.

Bohemian.com

What a state of affairs, when being against giving $3.19 billion U.S. dollars a year to a terrorist nation that has proven ties to 9/11 WTC (how did WTC7 fall??) is considered "anti-semetic" [sic]. When will people wake up? When will blacks and whites alike see that they are being pitted against each other by a third party? End eligibility of dual-citizens in our government!! No more Chuck Schumers or Debbie Wassermans. It's not right. America and our people must come first, not Israel, its people or the "elite" bankers, dual citizens and Mark Zuckerbergs of the world. Everyday Americans first!

Bohemian.com

"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."

Bohemian.com

Thanks, Jeff

I would like to take a moment to commend Attorney General Jeff Sessions for his courage to speak out about the "possible" health benefits cannabis may render and suggesting that we begin research. I know from my own experience it takes inner strength to change your opinion in such a public way, but this change of opinion is going to have a massive impact on the cannabis plant and allow us to help more people heal in a wholesome and holistic manner.

Our cannabis community in Northern California is a subculture of creative, kind, honest healers who feel they were placed here to serve others and make this world a brighter more sustainable place to live in. We have held strong as a community through this war on cannabis, and it has made us focused, resilient and unstoppable. Once one actually sees what happens when a sick person they love gets healed from cannabis, there is no going back to pharmaceutical drugs that hinder the immune system, rid the body with additional, undesired harmful effects and mask the symptoms from the ailment.

I can't count the number of times I have seen a client's health shift back into balance from cancer, to depression, insomnia, chronic pain, PTSD and many more ailments that are wrecking so many in this world.

Jeff Sessions' awareness shift leaves us feeling grateful. The more research we have, the more we can help those we love, and this is the point of being here, isn't it?

Forestville

Write to us at letters@bohemian.com.

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