Julio crossing the border with a few pounds of cocaine is not the problem; Jamal or D-Money roaming the hood is not the problem. Though there are Julios' and Jamals' out there, they have to get their supply from someone who has invested more than a few grand into the drug market. America's drug problem is much larger and much more organized than small-time street gangs. America's drug problem is supplied by the wealthy, rich white folks, rogue officers of drug agencies and government corruption.
The media would have us to believe that minorities are the culprits behind the drugs flooding the streets of the country, but anyone in their right mind knows that the bulk of the supply has to come from somewhere and making its way to the streets. Drugs are a multibillion dollar black market so people with multibillions of dollars keep the flow going. Cocaine does not come over the border in small crack packets or vials and needles, it comes in bulk quantity on cargo planes, boats and ships.
Another myth is that all drugs come from South America. Drugs come from overseas also; Vietnam, Korea, China, Russia, and Europe. Many of these countries have a black market and drug dealers who are highly organized far better than young black and Hispanic kids from low-income areas. The so-called war on drugs is nothing more than a complex plot to kill or imprison people of color in the United States. The real drug dealers are in cahoots with law enforcement and government agencies, who make deals with organized crime rings, such as the Mafia, the Russian Mob, and many white, secret societies in the country.
© Mar. 2017
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