It’s been some time since we checked in on the malevolent midget of Morocco, but last night we noticed he’d posted a YouTube premiere, if you please, titled “#EndocannabinoidSystem“. Scrolling through (because really, who has time to watch this drivel?) it was pretty clearly another advert for cannabis, Abraham Christie’s drug of choice, which he is still claiming can be used directly as a replacement for blood transfusions.
Some things just never change.
A quick scroll through his Instagram page revealed that Christie has been branching out a bit since we saw him last, though.
Since Ella Draper gave him the old heave-ho, he now seems to divide his time between ranting about Draper’s ex-partner, posting random pro-QAnon gibberish (he actually quotes Lin Wood unironically, I shit you not), and, oh yes, processing cannabis resin.
Remember his long rants about how the only real way to consume hemp was raw and juiced? Totally passé. Resin is where it’s at now, all you cool cats and kittens.
Back in 2018, Abraham invested in some machinery which claims to churn out resin on an industrial scale:
Did Abraham really “invent” this? Unlikely. Remember, he’s the poser who claims to have a doctorate (bestowed upon him by some loon from Glastonbury), but put up a picture of himself ostentatiously poring over a first-year biochemistry textbook.
It seems improbable that he’d suddenly develop the mechanical engineering skills to conceptualise, let alone design or build a resin extractor.
Now that he’s into manufacturing cannabis resin, though, he’s really gone all-in:
We’re sure he’s had loads of orders from the UK—though of course his product remains on the “naughty” list there.
Whatever one thinks of the laws governing the use of cannabis, it’s still a criminal offence to possess it, sell it, or import it into the UK by whatever means. While the authorities reportedly will take a fairly laid-back approach to simple possession of some weed for personal use, those caught selling or trafficking any Class B drug may be faced with stiffer sentences, up to 14 years in serious cases.
Phew. Good thing Abe isn’t involved in moving his product into the UK, then, isn’t it?