Massive Indoors Grow Discovered In Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace has always been seen as a site of prestige and heritage. It draws in a constant stream of tourists and is guarded by the iconic Queen’s Guard. Yet, it the Queen and her palace are about to gain a reputation for practices not commonly associated with royalty, as a huge cannabis grow is found within the confines of her walls.
It would appear her Majesty has a thing for the psychoactive. Not that long ago, magic mushrooms were suspiciously found growing in the palace gardens, and now there is weed growing within the palace itself! According to inside sources, it is more than just a mere hobby grow, with the scope of the grow including more than 500 plants! Initially kept a secret, the outing of this grow is going to raise a lot of questions.
The grow found inside the palace
While shocking, the revelation appears to have been endorsed by the Home Office, who gave the Queen license to legally grow cannabis within palace grounds. Prince Phillip, the Queen’s husband, and great proponent of the British agricultural industry said:
“It only seemed natural for Lizzy and I to expand our love of agriculture to an indoor grow room. Not only do we have a constant supply to get high from, but it also offers a fantastic secondary income for us during these times of hard austerity measures. We even get to support our local grow shop at the same time! Bloody good show if you ask me! I don’t understand why more people aren’t growing their own weed, seems like a bit of a missed trick!”
I would appear the illegal nature of cannabis cultivation eludes the prince. The Queen's spokesman declined to comment on the situation.
Of the plants found growing in the palace, world-class strains - such as Amnesia Haze, OG Kush, White Widow, and Jack Herer - were found making up the majority of the crop. Thanks to the palaces already extensive team of elite gardeners and botanists, the bud being produced by the Queen is said to be unrivalled in quality. As such, there is already said to be a long and private waiting list of the country’s more exclusive residents waiting to get their hands on some.
One client of the Queen who was not afraid to step forward was Sir Richard Branson - a British multi-billionaire and spokesman in the fight to end the War on Drugs:
“It is such a refreshing sight to see the British monarchy doing their part to end this unjust and damaging war. Through their work, a dialogue about cannabis, prohibition, and home cultivation will be opened up. The Queen is setting a new precedent, and I will be behind her every step of the way.”
One thing is for sure, the UK government is going to have a hard time justifying allowing the Queen to grow weed while they continue to persecute and incarcerate regular people. Hopefully, this shocking news is the exact jolt required to move the fight to end prohibition further.
Written by: Josh
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