Saturday, June 25, 2011

The New Bulldog Cafe

Someone claims there's a new Bulldog cafe in Vancouver run by the Hells Angels. Get this, it's across the street from the BC Marijuana Party office and is right beside the Black Door. The BCMP is of course right beside the Amsterdam cafe. Where they're too scared to sell you pot and just refer you to the Black Door across the street run by the Hells Angels.

We know that the original Bulldog Cafe started in Amsterdam in 1976. It's considered to be the first cannabis coffee shop in Amsterdam. I'm not sure if that one is run by the Hells angels but this one sure is. It has the blessing of the VPD of course. Not only are the VPD letting the Black door do business freely, they are letting them expand and sell out of their own cafe next door.

I have no problem with them selling weed or baked goods out of there but what's with all the arguing? "Tell buddy it's my block." I have a problem with the Hells angels saying no one is allowed to sell weed but them. That is so Nazi. It's shamefully suspicious that they get the green light from the VPD but no one else does. Maybe Stephen Harper will be performing there next with his pot smoking supporter Rob Ford, the new mayor of Toronto.


  1. Maybe the Bulldog cafe is a way of spreading those sales of marijuana because it looks like to use that name, you have to be in with them and their partners. From their web-page:

    "From a underground smokers-den to a coffeeshop empire. The Bulldog’s success-story reads like an American dream and as such could have filled an episode of Oprah. The Bulldog No. 90 was the first coffeeshop in Amsterdam and laid the benchmark for the contemporary coffeeshop. What once began in a cellar, has grown into an ironclad trade-name with five locations and a hotel in Amsterdam, locations in Canada and a merchandising line. Beware of the Bulldog!"

    Can I go into the Bulldog and buy baked marijuana goods? I've not heard that, but I will try it, it's much more healthy. It's amazing to see the HA expand into the huge, almost-legal, open, higher-class marijuana trade in BC, which could bring in hundreds of millions.

    Now, tens of thousands of the population could flock to HA Starbucks- like, marijuana selling points, where they would feel OK for the 1st time.

  2. No doubt. People could also flock to Wal-Mart and buy items made in sweat shops with child labour. I don’t have a problem with them selling pot. I have a problem with them using violence and beating the life out of anyone else who sells pot. I have a problem with them using violence to beat the life out of the owner of a grow op and storm in with guns, vests and cell phone jammers to take over an existing grow op. That is not a free market or a free society. When we buy their products we support their violence.


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