When you hear the term drug dealer, you might have a negative connotation, for example Trump made a statement that all drug dealers should be shot.
Of course the US army has occupied the golden crescent that makes the majority of the world’s heroin for twenty years, and they trained Al Qaeda in the first place.
Heroin and cocaine are worth over half a trillion dollars a year, and you can trace that money quite easily to the people who are making the money from it, as they have many trillions of dollars, while the Afghans are starving.
It’s bleedingly obvious, and while I don’t support everyone getting on as much drugs as possible, the solution might be harm minimization drug programs like Switzerland as opposed to zero tolerance laws with mandatory jail sentences for possession.
The other part of this of course is very similar drugs are legal and given out like candy, hillbilly heroin or oxycodone for people with bad backs or whatever.
It’s amazing how they can have such contradictory policies on almost the same thing at the same time. The drug manufacturers put out a report saying there was only a 1% chance of addiction. Of course that was based on short term prescription.
When Bayer came out with heroin to start with, they put it out in a cough syrup and it was marketed as less addictive than morphine or not addictive at all.
The morality of making drugs legal or illegal isn’t really the point, they are out to make money, and they lied about it, thoroughly.
The drugs, I could accept that, people have pain, they might need a pain killer, sometimes, maybe. Opium never disappeared completely in ten thousand years or more and alcohol and tobacco kill more people by far.
With the vaccines, and the biological weapons, and the world takeover that these same people planned, it’s about time to admit there’s a huge problem with allowing these people to get away with murder.