The War on Drugs – Lost in the Dream. Beautiful when heartbroken.

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face it. Racisms a bit*h so do be a racist.

The Most Racially Intolerant Place In The Country Is Not Where You Think It Is

Five times as many whites are using drugs as African Americans, yet African Americans are sent to prison for drug offenses at ten times the rate of whites. End the war on drugs.

This is for Knowledge & Understanding not for hatred. Hatred breeds violence. Wisdom says to unite before any change can be made. Start respecting,believing &trusting our people. Set high standards for our children &teach them to expect them.Only a people with integrity will gain allies for their cause. Anyone can fight a war but only those who are united will win!

Plant fake evidence and arrest and capture people for petty crimes to meet your quota for the number of slaves it takes to run your business, fill up your prisons, force them to work, collect payment, demand people respect your slave patrol badge.

Failed 'War On Drugs' Is The Jim Crow Law Of Our Time. '3 Strikes Law', Mass Incarceration & For-Profit Prisons Has Decimated African American, Poor Caucasian & All Minority Families Combined. Enough Is Enough. #EndProhibition!

Failed 'War On Drugs' Is The Jim Crow Law Of Our Time. Strikes Law', Mass Incarceration & For-Profit Prisons Has Decimated African American, Poor Caucasian & All Minority Families Combined.

We would like to congratulate drugs for winning the war on drugs.

We would like to congratulate drugs for winning the war on drugs.

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

Dan Baum, writing in support of drug legalization at Harper’s, has unleashed a frank 1994 quote from former Nixon policy advisor John Ehrlichman, and as inadvertently salient an argument for legalizing drugs as any I’ve ever seen:

The failed war on drugs [infographic] - Holy Kaw!  The idea of drugs being dealt on the nation’s playgrounds is enough to inspire a rousing cry for the war on drugs for many, but at a time when budgets are being slashed, it’s high time we took a look at what all the money spent has really bought this country.

The Failed War on Drugs - The US has spent one trillion dollars on the on - 25 billion dollars a year [Infographic]

Brazils Latest Outbreak of Drug Gang Violence Highlights the Real Culprit: the War on Drugs

Brazil’s Latest Outbreak of Drug Gang Violence Highlights the Real Culprit: the War on Drugs

Brazils Latest Outbreak of Drug Gang Violence Highlights the Real Culprit: the War on Drugs

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

The icons of trumpist assholes administration - Nixon Policy Advisor Admits He Invented War On Drugs to Suppress 'Anti-War Left and Black People'

Especially true with Military Industrial Complex, Privatized Prisons, War on Drugs, Mass Incarceration, Campaign Finance, TPP, Citizens United....

Especially true with Military Industrial Complex, Privatized Prisons, War on…

Money and injustice talk in the United States

Money and injustice talk in the United States

Greens Leader Calls For Australia To Do A Portugal, Decriminalise Drugs

Is our war on drugs really racist?

What is the war on drugs?

Nixon official: real reason for the drug war was to criminalize black people and hippies."Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course we did.

In her pioneering study The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander argues that the “Drug War” is just that: a covert system of racial control and oppression comparable to the Jim Crow laws of the 20th century or the Black Codes of the Reconstruction Era. While there has long been abundant evidence that the drug war …

In her pioneering study The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander argues that the “Drug War” is just that: a covert system of racial control and oppression comparable to the Jim Crow laws of the 20th century or the Black Codes of the Reconstruction Era. While there has long been abundant evidence that the drug war …

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