Canada: Hells Angels Members Protest Legalization of Marijuana

Ottawa | As Canada’s Liberal government is on the verge of legalizing marijuana, thousands of Hells Angels members have taken the Parliament by storm to protest the new proposition.

The legalization of marijuana could cost the organized crime hundreds of thousands of jobs, believes the spokesman for the Canadian chapter of the Hells Angels, Jean-Roch Fournier.

“We estimate that Prime minister Justin Trudeau’s radical proposition to legalize marijuana could cost us over a hundred thousand jobs,” says the former lawyer.

“From growing operations to trimming, packaging, transportation, and selling, this new legislature will threaten the livelihood of hundreds of thousands of Canadian workers” he warns.


Prime minister Justin Trudeau’s proposition to legalize marijuana has enraged members of the Canadian chapter of the Hells Angels who believe legalization could destroy “hundreds of thousands of Canadian jobs”

A multi-billion dollar industry

The legalization of marijuana could bring in between 5 to 12 billion dollars to the Canadian economy each year, reveals a recent 2014 joint study by the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University.

“Our research suggests more than 7,366,000 people in Canada use pot and we estimate the Canadian pot industry is worth between $5 billion and $12 billion a year, depending on suggested prices” explains Economics professor, Zahir Mahalik.

“Our study evaluated not only the legalization of cannabis on a recreational use basis but also for its inherent potential in the medical and pharmaceutical business, which explains the high numbers” he acknowledged.

“It is obvious the legalization of marijuana will cause major profit losses to organized crime organizations nation-wide,” he told local reporters.

A massive blow to organized crime

Many members of organized crime fear they will lose their way of life if legalization is implemented.


Gino Ouellet, Hells Angels member for 36 years, fears legalization could put him out of work

“I’ve been selling weed since I’m 12 years old” admits Gino Ouellet, aged 56 and Hells Angels member for the past 36 years.

“Do you think I’m going to want to go work at Walmart or McDonald’s at minimal wage? I don’t think so” he told reporters.

“Who’s going to want to give me a job? I’ve got tattoos all over my body and all over my face” asks another protester, Bob Wilkinson, condemned in 1977 for triple homicide.

“It’s not the job of the federal government to regulate illegal drugs, they should take care of their own business and leave that to us” he argues.

If marijuana were legalized in Canada, it would be a first among developed nations. In the United States, a number of states have currently legalized marijuana, but it is still illegal at the federal level.

9 Comments on "Canada: Hells Angels Members Protest Legalization of Marijuana"

  1. If this was an attempt to use media to overthrow the government, better luck next time. I think Canadians are much more supportive of the Federal Government using funds from the black market to expand the middle class, than leave it in the hands of “I’ve been selling weed since I’m 12 years old. “Do you think I’m going to want to go work at Wal-Mart or McDonalds at minimal wage? I don’t think so” and “Who’s going to want to give me a job? I’ve got tattoos all over my body and all over my face”.
    You are no more deserving of those funds than the hardworkers like me who deserve a goddamn tax cut but can’t afford food because of selfish assholes who would rather work under the table than pay for their mistakes. Don’t give a FUCK about your family name- you should have thought of this when you took up organized crime and stick-n-poked your soul away.

    • PS, there’s still plenty of other drugs in high demand. Take up DMT or something, God. Solutions, people.

  2. Maybe the Hell’s Angels will have to go legal Gino and Bob maybe your skills can be used to create the industry. You have the experience. sincerely Jen

  3. Let everyone benefit from the marijuana industry.

  4. i agree that legalization is the worst bet for Canadian stoners everywhere, and i am a stoner, i don’t agree that hell’s angels should be the final say on if it is legalized, it wasn’t created for them to be distributed as they see fit. what they should be doing is DECRIMINALIZATION, decriminalize it and then let the people decide if they want to sell it, if they choose to sell it than thats when taxes should be put on it, but its mother nature and u can regulate mother nature, nor can you restrict it.

  5. I see a lot of people moving to harder, scarier drugs to make up for the loss.

    • How exactly do you make the leap from people wanting legitimate access to marijuana who will now want to move to hard drugs? Makes no sense.

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