War on Drugs – Government Ponzi Scheme

Posted: November 18, 2011 by rusty bingham in society

The US Government is the real Drug Lord. The, the U.S. federal government spent over $15 billion dollars, of our tax dollars, in 2010 on the War on Drugs, at a rate of about $500 per second. Over a trillion dollars since it conception. Yet drugs are still readily available.

We are told that the “war on drugs” is being waged, on our behalf, by our governments and their armed bureaucracies and police forces, to save us from ourselves. “Potential for abuse and harm” are supposed to be the criteria by which the use of drugs is suppressed – the greater a drug’s potential for abuse and harm, the greater and more vigorous the degree of suppression, and the more draconian the penalties applied against its users.

The government is not concerned about the effects of drugs on us.  This is a way to  deceive the public. This way the government can funnel that money to covert operations. I they wanted to put an end to the drug trade, especially with 15 billion dollars, they could.

After 40 years, the United States’ war on drugs has cost trillions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of lives, and for what?  Drug use is rampant and violence even more brutal and widespread. The reason governents are not concerned, drug dealers spend their profits, which puts it back into the economy. It’s a win win for them.

The war is not to put an end to the drug trade, but to control it. Now, with the help of mega banks it may be close. So why legalize it, this way they can tax to put an end to it. and profit from the sale of it. Even if you don’t use drugs they can still get your money through taxes to prevent drug use. The war on drugs, is just a ponzi scheme perpetrated by big global banks, like Wells Fargo and  and the government. Here comes the new world order.


click here  for real time cost clock of the War on Drugs
  1. […] on drugs allows governments to take more of our money to fight something they care nothing about.  It’s just a ponzi scheme  Rate this: Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

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