Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak Appointed as Chairman of Cannabis Firm
Barak has been active in the Israeli tech scene since his formal retirement of political life in 2012
Raheli Bindman | 14:48 25.09.2018
Former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak was appointed chairman of Israeli medical cannabis company InterCure, Ltd., the company announced Tuesday.
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Tel Aviv-traded Intercure’s stock was up as much as 26.82% on Tuesday following the announcement.
I DIDN'T KNOW HE HAS BECOME A RASTMAN
After this announcement I will repent and follow mom’s advice: - Stop smoking weed son or that man who trusts the Palestinians desire for peace is gonna get you. I am panicking!
Barak has been stoned on weed his whole life
It'll do him good!
A bit of spliff would do Barak the world of good. A good old bong might help him see that that he was the worst prime minister in Israeli history and the second most clueless minister of defence (at least Barak uncapped his binoculars)
Barak and cannabis
Good for him. He will need a LOT of cannabis to forget how badly he performed as Prime Minister.