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Legalizing Drugs Will End ‘War in Drugs’

Posted on November 09, 2012 by Akashma Online News

By Marivel Guzman

After All Pharmaceutical Giants are not the big losers on Legalization Drugs

War in Drugs-Guns and Money

Politicians are the front men for  the War Complex Industry, and the laundry money machine for drugs. Drugs and Corruption run side by side. War and Money run side by side. Corruption and Money run side by side. So on this equation, Politicians run side by side with corruption, money, drugs and wars.

This war on drugs does not need the CIA anymore pushing for conflicts, anybody that wants money can be used to create chaos anywhere in the world. Once they finish their job, they are killed. They do not need no more red tape or classified documents or spies/personal to run their operations. The mercenary is easier to find and easier to killed.
They do not need loyalty swearing, or nationalist that love their country to do the dirty job.  They need people that it is need, people willing to risk their life for few thousands of dollars now, run later. The whistle-blowers are dangerous operatives.

The money behind the “War in Drugs” it is in the billions, you talking about Tanks, helicopters, machine guns, paid politicians, the drug itself. The machine that is behind Drugs is not other than the War Complex industry. Their propaganda run around the world to show the terrible violence that sweep the world because of Drugs. Drugs that they push with the help of politicians inside key positions in every government of the world. The media run their campaigns as if they are “Headline News”, they show you blood and guns and the people buy the story.

At the time of policy making, they infuse millions of dollars into the pockets of the politicians so they do not pass any law that goes against the war on drugs. Why will they care for the dead, for the suffering of the people? They all care is in keep making weapons that are going to be paid by Tax payer money.

The best can happen to Mexico, the US and any other country that have a “War in Drugs” will be legalizing drugs. The black market ends, the Cartels ends, Money laundering ends, Official corruption ends, Prisons Business, violence ends, War on Drugs End. Period.

That is a hard one, to tackle. In Mexico corruption is ingrained into the population itself.
The corruption runs wild in the government; from small offices to the Presidencia (Los Pinos Official Residence) ..You have no idea the corrupted mentality of the Mexican people. I m talking from the Mexican perspective, of someone that lived the corruption in all levels.

In Mexico you need to corrupt yourself to survive.

War in Drugs-Guns and Control

They bride police, school officials, doctors,  just name it, they bride everybody. If you get stop by a police for an infraction you know well that you just need to offer some money and you will be out in your way. If you need to enroll your child in a public school, well you know that if you know someone somewhere in the school, you do not have to make line and your child guarantee to enter the school.

Supplemental Bill to provide millions of dollars to corrupt Mexican security forces  engaged in an un-winnable drug war. Disguised as a way of “helping” our beleaguered  neighbor, the measure will push Mexico closer to a Colombia scenario and create a new  quagmire to suck up scarce public resources.

The controversial unmanned drone program used by the U.S. government to combat overseas terrorists and search for undocumented immigrants along the U.S. Mexico border will soon be scanning the blue waters of the Caribbean to search for drug traffickers, according to U.S. officials.

Has been the way to move in Mexican society for decades of PRI (partido revolucionario institucional) the official Party the ruled Mexico for 77 years, they corrupted Mexico. When the PAN won with his Fox guy the situation did not change a bit, actually got worse. Not because the PAN was worse, but because the situation in Mexico was unsustainable from the political point of view, from the economic situation, Mexico was a bomb ready to explode.

Theory Of Knowledge is a product of doubt. When we have asked ourselves seriously whether we really know anything at all, we are naturally led into an examination of knowing, in the hope of being able to distinguish trustworthy beliefs from such as are untrustworthy. Thus Kant, the founder of modern theory of knowledge, represents a natural reaction against Hume’s skepticism. Few philosophers nowadays would assign to this subject quite such a fundamental importance as it had in Kant’s “critical” system; nevertheless it remains an essential part of philosophy. It is perhaps unwise Bertrand Russell (1926)

Drugs is just another big problem, and is not about drug addicts like here in the US, in Mexico the cartels are inside the government protected by DEA (US-Drug Enforcing Administration), by the High ranking military officials, and the US laundry money machine of the high ranking officials.

There is a mess in Mexico. Fox the ex president is talking legalization to stop the violence in Mexico.

“We might have an answer there because we have to separate the health problem (caused) by consuming drugs, and the crime and violence associated with it to distribute in the black market,” he said.

His comments on drug violence and legalization were first published in the Mexican media a couple of months ago. Now Fox said he’s eager to debate it with American audiences.

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox is against current drug-war policies, including militarization. Speaking in San Diego, Fox insisted that the U.S. and Mexico need to find a way out of the violence.  KNPS 04/11/2011

Why now, why he did not push for legalization when he was President. We know that legalizing drugs all together the Mafia ends, the violence ends, the money laundering ends, the bribe of officials end, we end the corruption. So we have to worry only for the health issue, that will be easier to tackle, once we stop wasting billions and billions a year fighting a “War on Drug”….

In April 2011, former Mexican President Vicente Fox sat before an audience at the University of Colorado at Boulder and in his baritone voice and frank tone urged Americans to legalize marijuana. His thrust: it could help enervate Mexico’s violent drug cartels. “The drug consumer in the U.S. yields billions of dollars, money that goes back to Mexico to bribe police and money that buys guns,” Fox said. “So when you question yourselves about what is going on in Mexico, it depends very much on what happens in this nation.”

Now things seems to look different the legalization of Marijuana in Washington and Colorado had changed the colors of the rhetoric, now more and more people will look into the possibility of speaking out for the legalization of drugs, not just marijuana.

The violence it is out of control in many countries, the Cartels are running the show, the laundered money is running corrupt governments.

There was an article published on Veteran Today on November 01, 2011 by Gordon Duff, the article at the beginning does not talk about drugs, but about spying, you follow the article and you get to the drugs part.

“The information below is the result of years of investigation including two years undercover, inside of one of Mexico’s biggest drug cartels.  Files include wire taps, documents, photographs, including documents from Cuban intelligence which include photos and recordings, secured at extreme risk.

Romney, spying for Cuba and Russia, Romney running terrorism in Africa, this is what the FBI, CIA and the files state. Documents outline several meetings between Romney and Castro.  FBI officials now indicate that Romney’s travels were done under diplomatic passport supplied by the KGB.”

The story begins at Harvard and ends in South Africa, drug money, blood diamonds, spying for Cuba and Russia, a story offered to ABC News, a story documented to Sheldon Adelson, the Koch Brothers and Harold Simmons, warning them, a warning they chose to ignore.  They were told they were supporting an organized crime figure, told by unimpeachable sources.  Veterans Today

So why is that politicians resist to entertain the idea of legalizing drugs, the money behind is obscene we are talking more money than war’s generated money. They exchange money like peanuts. They insure protection, they run policy with laundered money.

Who does not remember Gary Webb; Cocaine pipeline financed rebels
Evidence points to CIA knowing of high-volume drug network

For the better part of a decade, a San Francisco Bay Area drug ring sold tons of cocaine to the Crips and Bloods street gangs of Los Angeles and funneled millions in drug profits to an arm of the contra guerrillas of Nicaragua run by the Central Intelligence Agency, the San Jose Mercury News has found.

This drug network opened the first pipeline between Colombia’s cocaine cartels and the black neighborhoods of Los Angeles, a city now known as the “crack” capital of the world. The cocaine that flooded in helped spark a crack explosion in urban America – and provided the cash and connections needed for L.A.’s gangs to buy weapons…….Gary Webb-originally published San Jose Mercury News, republished on Settle Times after the San Jose Mercury News pull down Gary Webb investigative reports.

We do not have a problem with Drugs in society. We have a war dedicated to keep war at all cost. Our politicians that run as front offices for the War Complex Industry are in charge of keeping the drug as a problem. When you think in drugs, you immediately think in guns, MK47, politicians, corruption.
So we do have a health issue, but it will be easily work out if we dedicate our efforts to help drug addicts to overcome their problem. Instead to make criminals out of them and put them in jail, and separating them from their children and start a battle against the state.

Mitt Romney Video certified by CIA and FBI

Released on April 13, 1989, the Kerry Committee report concluded that members of the U.S. State Department “who provided support for the Contras were involved in drug trafficking… and elements of the Contras themselves knowingly received financial and material assistance from drug traffickers.”

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