"This injustice is just breeding Hate and discrimination," the Daily Telegraph quoted her as having written in the letter. "It would be very meaning ful to the Native American people and all of us ho have watched and been saddened by a broken system (There are too many people in jail that dont need to be there-it IS a broken system- that enrages more people than it helps) - not saying that there aren't people who need to be jailed while determining their fate- but Jail should be a holding cell for justice and not a lifelong waste of taxpayers money to run a spa for criminals-how does this improve society?" the letter reads.
On marijuana, she believes that it would be good if the drug was legalized, and to farm hemp to make borders less corrupt and more secure in order to save the children in the long run. Anderson further wrote about stopping the war, bringing the troops home, and seeking the first hand wisdom of the veterans for a more peaceful approach. The Baywatch babe also gave him advice on promoting vegetarianism, saying that it would help end world hunger and crack down on factory farming that is killing the environment and slaughtering so many animals.
She even urged Obama to shut down Guantanamo Bay because, according to her, it was time to make amends and seek out peaceful solutions. Anderson further recommended that the President Elect should read books like 'The Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein', and 'Crimes Against Nature by Robert Kennedy'.
Melbourne (ANI): Canadian-born actress Pamela Anderson has written a very clumsily phrased letter to U.S. President-elect Barack Obama that carries some advices on marijuana legalisation, vegetarianism, freedom and many more. Anderson's letter, though frank and straightforward, is full of spelling mistakes and poor punctuation, as she urged Obama to free Leonard Peltier in the first paragraph.