War is only a vice of third world
countries, and unworthy of economic
powerhouse first world countries.
A long time ago, the United States
was in the same position of today's third
world countries. It was rich in resources
and land. Limitless resources in the eyes
of many people, and a prize to be won. The
isolation of living in North America, as
opposed to the immediacy of living in
Europe or Northern Africa, was a calling
card to the desperate and
persecuted. Not that the citizens
of the United States didn't persecute the
unwanted, but they fancied themselves
as an enlightened people, even if
enlightenment was only available
to a relative few.
The War on
The popular view of the war on drugs is of a war between the U.S. government and citizens of its own country. That drugs will make all people equal in each other's eyes, and everyone will realize there is only a perceived difference between people of different races, sexes and blood types. These apparent differences exist only in our minds, and they are not actually a reason to hate and condemn. But this is just leftist commie conspiracy theory. Propaganda used against the decent citizens of a free society with set values and morals. Drugs go against the American Way of believing in God and making a good living from hard work and dedication.
If one defines work as cleaning every inch of the house just to find a hidden stash of the good stuff, then drugs do encourage work. But if you define work as doing something productive for money--sadly, drugs will not help.
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