When Justin Trudeau legalises pot in 2018 it will kill the profits of current growers including biker gangs and organised crime. Now they are fighting back with free pot.
Illegal pot growers including biker gangs and organised crime are planning a Johnny Appleseed type protest to get revenge on Justin Trudeau. His plan to legalise marijuana will them out of the illegal pot supply business and cost them millions of dollars.
The gangs have decided to take an eye for an eye approach. They will be planting thousands of pot plants across the country to provide Canadians with free pot. They hope to reduce sales of legal pot to prevent Trudeau’s government from collecting taxes on it.
The legal marijuana business is projected to be worth over $2.5 billion within 2 years. The bikers feel that if they can’t profit from pot neither will the government. They will use tree planting techniques to quickly plant clones in public parks, flowerbeds and roadsides.
Bikers hope by 2018 the country will be covered in wild pot plants
They have developed genetic strains that will quickly grow wild in the Canadian climate. Testing of the idea in BC showed that people started to look for the plants. Many were quickly relocated to more private areas or camouflaged with tall plants or things like fences or signs. This helps hide the plants from the police so they can’t find and destroy them.
The bikers hope that by the time pot is legal in 2018 the country will be covered in wild pot plants that Canadians can pick and smoke for free. Gang insiders say they will lose millions on the pot business but the free pot will provide many other business opportunities for them. At worst they will have a good laugh at Justin Trudeau’s expense.