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Do you believe in the end of oppression and persecution, in freedom and equality for all the CannaCommunity in British law and society? Yes!

Then please join WTU and stand up and be counted.

If you donate to the WTU legal fund and become one of WTU, please read the below WTU Declaration of Peace and, if you agree, add your name and email into the WTU Guestbook below to register your status as one of WTU.

WTU truly are all victims in this Government driven ideological war on our preferred way of life, but together WTU can bring this unjustified State interference in our lives to an end.

No victim! No Crime! Our lives! Our choice!

Thank you for your support. One day we the CannaCommunity shall be free of persecution and prosecution.

Phil Monk WTU

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Declaration of Peace


Cessation of the Drug War


We the Undersigned
On behalf of all Cannabis Practitioners call upon
the Government of the United Kingdom
To Cease the Long Failed Drug War.

Reaffirming that our principal aim is to expedite the decriminalisation
of cannabis in all forms for every member of our extended CannaFamily
whether they utilise cannabis for;
Medicine, Nutrition, Recreation, Sacrament or Industry.
We bring to your attention fundamental worldwide changes in drug strategies
and long standing international research to support those changes.

We remain convinced that a “Cessation of the Failed Drug War” alongside a
reciprocated ‘Declaration of Peace’ would serve as the primary prerequisite
for the material well-being, physical health, development, progress of our nation 
and for the full implementation of the rights and fundamental human freedoms
proclaimed by the United Nations.

Declarration of peace

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  1. Lisa LeCour
    Lisa LeCour says:

    I have been in the medical profession for 40 years . It is a disgrace that cannabis and hemp are criminalised. The UK MUST DRAG ITSELF INTO THE 21 century. I have seen first hand how cannabis has helped people .

  2. Simon Dudley
    Simon Dudley says:

    I hope a crumbling spine in two places, growing and making my own medicine and helping others by making there’s when they can not keeps me focused, and motivated, it’s taking people’s right to life away by arresting us, taking away those proven cannabis medicines, and our ability to live life as we choose, without fear of being criminalised for our beliefs.

  3. Papabear
    Papabear says:

    I didnt ask to be a part of a unfair imorale greedy selfish government. As human being i deserve no i have the right to any and all forms of medication and treatment whether its a synthetic or whether its organic, and personally i know first hand how much people would benifit. I am a medical user and it keeps me strong enough to get through each day in alot of pain, it is hard to maintain the state of mind i need to fight my daily issues with pain some days i can just manage to do the bare minimum every day so that i dont need to use higly addictve opiates and other highly ADDICTIVE synthetic pain and depression etc tht comes with a long or life time of suffering. Over the years i always took the easy option and used various drugs over the years to self medicate because as the Drs didnt belive tht i was even having the pains but now that they see and acknowledge i am suffering av suffered badly for past 2yrs now but 18+yrs of pain on and off. Because of that i have had various addiction problems through i think Badly informed and blaten disreguard for life as to Drs & Pharmaceutical companys out there seem to only care about profit rather than curing. Dragging it out and causing much trauma and in some cases even death all because of profit. Legalising it would be them admitting they lied all these years about how bad it is yet the UK grows boat loads of the stuff to ship to other countries that use and made it legal for Canabis/Marijuana to be used for medical purposes. I can whole heartly say it does work in the fight against opiates aswell as other more important and life threatening illnesses and conditions, legalising it for medical reasons alone should be allowed atleast world wide and if the individual countries want it to be for recreational purposes then its there choice and as human beings we are allowed our basic human rights. I mean they would make apples ilegal because its made into cider etc or grapes because alchol kills and thy r used to make ALCOHOL. And its even confirmed its dangerous yet we are allowed to decide as long as we are of age. Yet Canabis/Marijuana hasnt been the cause of any health issues or conditions to this date yet there is alot of evidence to prove the benifits. Its imperative that we all band together users and none users even none believers should be demanding for change in all laws in relation to Canabis/Marijuana as there are far to many Stories and results confirming the truth behind the real truth about Canabis/Marijuana has been hidden and distorted by politicians and pharmaceutical companies forcing the laws on this to benefit them rather than what is really important. And unless they people have to experience bad or poor health and had no other options left but to try it and to there shock it actually worked and thy start fighting for legalisation instead of that i URGE all politicians of all age and believes please reserch gor yourselfs you get more accessible information than most if you wish, only way we can get change is for all to have one desire and its for a better healthier life for future generations haven’t us adults and older generations caused enough damage to our planet we must not do the same to our fellow man. UK LEGALISE REGULATE AND TAX IT.

  4. Lisa leCour
    Lisa leCour says:

    Peace. To all, your goals are achievable. Think big. Fight hard for your freedom and protection . It is time to change the laws

  5. Freya Bridges
    Freya Bridges says:

    It was a great pleasure to have met you guys yesterday at the expo. I am over the moon to see what you and others alike are doing to fight the cause for our country.

    You have carved a deep routed canal towards a better life for us and generations to come.

    We all have a basic right to a chemical free life.. We all have a basic need for plants of every kind.

    How do we not reserve the right to the abundance of nature?

    Who owns nature…..?

    Freedom for Nature

  6. Mitch
    Mitch says:

    I wish to be counted, I wish to undersign against the political prohibition of cannabis use. I want our government to look at the case of prohibition through a scientific lens and take all the global insights and research into consideration. They are currently, in my view, deliberately NOT doing this for various underhand reasons. I believe there is no justifiable excuse to criminalise adult cannabis use, for any reason. I believe that responsible adults should be able to grow this nutritious and medically beneficial plant at home, and for those without the means or space, to be able to by it relatively cheaply via a dispensary style business. Basically the same approach as with alcohol in the UK. You can home brew cheaply, or you can buy from a distributor. (The bizarre bit is alcohol is reported to be 114 times more dangerous than cannabis!). The current monopoly that GW has and the huge profits that they are generating by exporting their product abroad is a real slap in the face for anyone in the UK who wishes to use cannabis for medical or any other purpose, particularly those who require it for health reasons but cannot afford a private prescription. This is not just a bit wrong, it’s rotten to the core. The end is neigh for prohibition, it’s a matter of when, not if. Bring it on!

  7. Ryan Knight
    Ryan Knight says:

    Cannabis has been helping my wife and myself this year. My wife was told on Dec 23rd 2019 she had an adenoid cystic carcinoma. Through the operations and treatments, my wife’s face has been left paralyzed on one side. She is only 30 and has really struggled this year with everything. Most recently this year she had to have gallbladder removal surgery and cannabis has yet again saved the day. 4 different anti sickness drugs didn’t stop her being sick but smoking cannabis certainly did. Things are starting to settle down now. Cannabis has helped me to get through this with my wife. We use a mixture of CBD and thc products and would love to see this medicine made available to grow freely and use freely. Time for a change. ☮️

  8. Chris
    Chris says:

    Cannabis has been a companion of mine for most of my adult life. It helped me to work through a lot of childhood issues in my twenties, later on it was only with the help of this amazing plant that I found a way out of quite a severe alcohol dependence. Now in my forties with some permanent damage to 3 of the discs in my lower spine Cannabis has helped me entirely stop using a cocktail of opioids, anti-inflammatories and proton pump inhibitors (for the stomach issues caused by the other two).
    Cannabis is a miracle plant, it is a crime against society that it was ever made illegal. We all have sovereign right over our own minds and bodies, we should not be persecuted for using a medicine.

  9. Sarah Godfrey
    Sarah Godfrey says:

    Cannabis prohibition is a breach of fundamental human rights. Cannabis has made my life bearable for 30 years and helped save my life three times now, because I have an incurable disease with life-threatening complications. My medical team, my social worker and my MP all support my use of cannabis. The law on cannabis is wrong and must be challenged. Thank you WTU for all you do to challenge this injustice.

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