Global Economic Security

Battlefield - Drugs Trade

Is it ironic to you that the whole drug trade wouldn’t exist as it does today if the drugs were not illegal in the first place?

The outlawing of narcotic drugs turned the issue of addiction from a matter of “public health” into a law enforcement issue, and thus a pretext for expanding police forces and reorganizing the criminal justice and social welfare systems to prevent despised minorities from making political and social advances.

The health care industry was placed in the hands of businessmen seeking profits at the expense of despised minorities, the poor and the working classes!. Private businesses established civic institutions to sanctify this repressive policy. Public educators developed curricula that doubled as political indoctrination promoting the Business Party’s racist line.

Bureaucracies were established to promote the expansion of business interests abroad, while suppressing political and social resistance to the medical, pharmaceutical, drug manufacturing and law enforcement industries that benefited from it.

It takes a library full of books to explain the economic foundations of the war on drugs, and the reasons for America’s laissez faire regulation of the industries that profit from it. Briefly stated, they profit from it just like the Mafia profits from it.

Suffice it to say that Wall Street investors in the drug industries have used the government to unleash and transform their economic power into political and global military might; never forget, America is not an opium or cocaine producing nation, and narcotic drugs are a strategic resource, upon which all of the above industries – including the military – depend.

Controlling the world’s drug supply, both legal and illegal, has become a serious matter of “national security”. Read the books of Douglas Valentine for examples of how this has played out since WW II over the past 70 years!

Global Research California / AA-Magnum Analyst Blog News 2017.

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