Will Drone-Dropping Cannabis Push Israel to Legalize?
Cannabis activists in Israel recently went high-tech as well as extremely brazen and deployed a drone of drop hundreds of bags of their favorite controlled substance over Tel Aviv’s central Rabin Square. Cannabis is widely used in Israel and the aerial drop sparked a frenzy on the ground once onlookers realized what was in the plastic baggies. Manna From Heaven The bags, printed with the words “Free Love” and the image of a green heart, contained what looked to be about two grams each, according to accounts and images provided by the Jerusalem Post and Jewish Telegraphic Agency. The Sept. 3 stunt, dubbed the “Rain of Cannabis Project,” was organized by a group calling itself Green Glider and orchestrated through the popular encrypted messaging app Telegram. An announcement distributed through the app said the drops will continue—with 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) of cannabis, divided into two-gram bags, to be dropped each week in a different part of the country. Taunted the statement: “Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s the green drone, handing out free cannabis from the sky… Enjoy, my beloved brethren, this is your brother pilot, making sure we all get some free love.” The statement also addressed the imminent threat of a lockdown as Israel is hit hard by a second wave of the COVID-19 outbreak, saying that the situation “requires thinking outside the box and coming up with new ways of getting cannabis to consumers.” In their own statement, the Israeli police said they suspected the baggies were filled with…
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