Tag Archives: Drug War

Mexico, Colombia, Coke, Money & Corruption

Max Keiser and John Mill Ackerman talk about Mexico, drugs, politics and corruption. The whole episode is worth watching, but the interview starts after 15 minutes… You might also want to check this out

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The Bogus Drug War: Who Funds the War on Drugs?

Who Funds the Drug War? Who is paying to fight the legalization of marijuana? Big Pharma, cops, prison guards, and beer companies. Big Pharma hates marijuana because it will cut down on their prescription pain pill business which kills over … Continue reading

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The Secret of Worldwide Drug Prohibition

“What percentage of countries in the world have drug prohibition? Is it 100 percent, 75 percent, 50 percent, or 25 percent?  I recently asked many people I know to guess the answer to this question.  Most people in the United … Continue reading

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Nightmares in Paradise

“if you have some weed in a packet of tobacco then they weigh the tobacco as well and just say “Well it’s all together so we weigh it all together!” They really fucking asshole man, I had maybe a few leaves and a seed of … Continue reading

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Introducing: Drug WarRant

Drug WarRant is a regularly updated blog by Pete Guither.  It features talking points, issues, news and opinion on the latest events in the global War on Drugs.  The site gets a lot of traffic and a lot of smart … Continue reading

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Media Mysteries in the Mexican Drug War (redux)

Why is marijuana the drug that dominates headlines in the Mexican drug war? There’s obviously violence attached to the Mexican pot trade and they are major players in the world’s weed market, but put these nuggets of information in yer … Continue reading

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War Zone Wanderings

“After a couple of hours driving we arrived at the tribal village.  It was nothing like the villages you see on the postcards – there were twenty or so run-down looking bamboo huts and a premier league of English football … Continue reading

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