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Why the War on Drugs Should Be Over Already

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posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 02:26 PM

If the military is on site, monitoring the traffic with sattelite, spacial recognition and facial recognition softwares in every camera is it even probable or possible to move every single drug out of the country without ever being tracked to the end user?

Is it probable or possible that never, not a single time did the cartels slip up and expose their main route or SOP (Standard Operating Procedures), nor did they lose OPSEC (Operations Security).

You mean to tell me that we would actually even have to try to achieve success?

Imagine the drugs as a bucket of balls being concentrated in a basket sitting on a tennis court. No matter how hard you try, when a ball is removed and struck by a racket, you can't follow a single one bouncing until it reaches it's final place of rest.

What kind of world is that?

posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 02:57 PM
End the war on drugs already.

posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 03:13 PM
TPTB are happy when war is happening. They make a lot of money from it and they must stoke the fire. The only problem is that this is the only war that is constantly smoldering and bringing them money.
Second, a small percentage is calling for the war to end, which is then countered by the statement of all the lives ruined and wasted on drugs.
What?!? How many lives have wars ruined and wasted?
So, here we have a conundrum.
Drugs kill. War kills. When you bring these two together, it's better than a PB&J sandwich for TPTB.
Only in this instance does a double negative work beautifully.

EDIT TO ADD: When you see Vietnam Vets wearing the poppies in rememberance of the fallen, it's a shame that they aren't aware that Vietnam was all about poppies. If they realized this, they'd stop wearing these flowers and understand that it makes their buddies' deaths look like a joke.

Spread the truth!
edit on 8-10-2011 by Afterthought because: (no reason given)

posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 05:17 PM
A silly and wasteful use of our money.


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