posted on May, 13 2013 @ 10:36 PM
One of the main problems IMO is that "normal" people never really see the corruption first hand and discount those who do experience it. It's
simply to easy for "law abiding" citizens to discount you once convicted. Once convicted and you see first hand how corrupt the system is, guess
what, you can't vote to change it. Pretty convenient...
The war on drugs is the worst scam ever if you look at the timing of when it was started, then revamped. In the 60's Nixon declared a war on drugs as
a way to arrest war protesters. Once Vietnam was over through the 70's, early 80's it was game on, the weed and coke flowed un-checked. Now look at
the later 80's, the $800 toilet seats, $500 hammers scandals, then the cold war ends. The Gov't no longer had the scare tactic of the red menace to
distract the tax payers from their theft. Boom, here comes the war on drugs, this time a 2 pronged attack, not only could they lock up record numbers
on citizens and strip their right to vote, the propaganda machine kicked into top gear to create a divide in the population. Instant new cash cow,
large companies (now deregulated) entered into the prison business, at first it was just supplies (soap, clothes, food ect) then shifting into
actually owning the prisons themselves.
It was then (early 90's) that things got into full swing, the ADHD/ADD scam was implemented. Any kid who acted out, or didn't pay attention was
diagnosed with ADD. The drugs prescribed for this fake "illness" are all amphetamine based, it was about that time meth went mainstream. If you
think weed is a gateway to hard drugs, I'm pretty sure pharmaceutical grade speed is a direct pipeline to meth addiction. I've seen zero studies
done on how many kids started on Ritalin or Adderall then latter became addicted to meth, my monies on a pretty high percent. The result, large
groups of young people (18-25) that traditionally are the rebellious thinkers are now drug addicted non-citizens. Guess they learned more from Vietnam
then meets the eye...