Tuesday, December 03, 2013

The War on Drugs is a War on FREE People

LEAP co-founder, Peter C., appears on WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, NY and takes on all aspects of our disastrous War on Drugs. Captain C. is vice-chair of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.

Peter makes brilliant points that drugs are illegal and still available everywhere including high schools.  The only reason drugs are illegal is because certain intelligence agencies  makes a fortune from the sale of illegal drugs which is then used for off the book black operations.  Add to that the governmental institutions like the DEA, FBI, Federal Marshall, Judges, Police, Prisons, prison guards, prison vendors, and on and on and on...add nausea.

There is a government welfare system for law enforcement it's called the war on drugs.  The great thing about it is the police know where the drugs are sold, in which neighborhoods, who sells the drugs, when they sell the drugs, and yet except for token busts come campaign time nothing meaningful is ever done about it.  The war on drugs also allows the United States government to offer, wink--wink--nod--nod, drug interdiction help to Central and South American countries.  The goverment of Bolivia found out real quick that once you let the United States DEA paramilitary law enforcement groups into your country it's impossible to get them out.

 The war on drugs has become a GLOBAL business run by organized crime and over seen by intelligence groups for more then 30 years.  The illegal drug industry is now a worldwide enterprise raking in hundreds of billions of dollars a year.  It ranges from everything from opiates, cocaine and amphetamines and marijuana, to Viagra and prescription drugs sold over the internet. 

The war on drugs is another control put in place to profit off of humanities misery and suffering.  This charade goes arm in arm with the fake war on terror.  


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