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Rewind to the early 20th century, pre-cannabis prohibition.  The world ripe with inventive spirit, exemplified in the auto industry by Henry Ford and Rudolf Diesel.   Since then, so much intentional slight-of-hand has kept consumers in the dark in regards to the plain truth about how many different ways a vehicle can be powered.

Henry Ford said: “There’s enough alcohol in one year’s yield of an acre of potatoes to drive the machinery necessary to cultivate the fields for one hundred years.”

Rudolf Diesel also understood the importance of renewable fuels.  Diesel said: “made certain that motor-power can still be produced from the heat of the sun, which is always available for agricultural purposes, even when all our natural stores of solid and liquid fuels are exhausted.”  It is no secret to many Diesel owners that waste vegetable oil can power a diesel engine as well as any regular vegetable oil.  The fact is this was the plan all along – to create renewable fuels.

Rudolf Diesel debuted his engine in 1900 at the World Fair – and it ran on peanut oil!  That’s right peanut oil.  Ford built Model T engines to run on electricity in 1902!  Both made cars that ran on hempseed oil.  Diesel and Ford were very much into inventing an engine that was not dependent on drilling for oil, but rather could run on crops that can always be grown in soil.

In 1941 Henry Ford showed that indeed, the cannabis plant in the form of hemp fibers can create 70% of a car itself AND be the fuel the car uses for power!  Check out Ford’s hemp plastic car that runs on hempseed oil!  And it looks safer . . .


Ford may have chiseled out a path for himself to keep him safe from John D. Rockefeller’s grasp on the energy market by going along with building engines that ran on petroleum based gasoline.  Diesel on the other hand was not so fortunate and was likely murdered in 1913 (Diesel went missing while on traveling by boat to negotiate a deal for his engines in British submarines)

Henry Ford left a legacy for all of us to draw information from four own minds to decipher – in fact he was awake to the central banking print-money-out-of-thin-air scam that was forced upon the American public.

 “It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” Henry Ford

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