This video, taken from the New York Times, exposes the disturbing reality that the so-called “war on drugs” is a sham. The drug war, launched in the early 1980s by President Ronald Reagan to combat the crack epidemic, has resulted in hundreds of thousands of people being incarcerated, many of them innocent people with no connection to drugs whatsoever. In fact, research shows that the majority of these people are in prison simply for possessing just about anything.
The New York Times is doing us a favor by allowing us to see the truth about the drug war for ourselves. They’ve been one of the few media outlets willing to give voice to the people affected by it — the people, primarily, who are in prison now. And of course, they have a lot of ammunition to use against the powerful pharmaceutical industry.
The problem, as always with the drug war, is that you can’t have it both ways. It’s also true that we’ve seen the result of the war in many parts of the country. In our current situation, we have seen a dramatic shift in the way the war has been waged. Instead of being focused on the warlords and thugs who kill, maim, and terrorize, it now is focused on those who profit from the drug war.
The pharmaceutical industry is currently the biggest beneficiary of the war, but it’s not the only one. The war has also been used as a way to try and break up drug dealers and cartels. In many places its becoming harder for cartels to operate. New laws are being passed to crack down on cartel activity. And its gotten so bad that the cartels are getting desperate and are resorting to violence.
The only thing that I can think of that would keep the cartels in the game from ever being able to operate is a police force. I mean, you’ve had the police for years and all they have done is get a new license, a new badge, and a new address. But you can’t really blame the police for being violent.
But there’s a better solution. What if the government did start to create a police force and send out officers to go to these cartels. But the police force would still be a force for law enforcement. They would just be tasked with patrolling the streets with guns. So cartels would no longer be able to operate. A police force would be able to control the area they are in because they have authority.
This sounds like a good idea, right? Well, it’s one that has been tried before and failed. In the first place, it would take a lot of money and a lot of resources to create a police force of that size and power. And if they were to try this, the cartels would be able to simply hire a bunch of thugs to do the job for them.
The fight ends after the first time it’s been in progress.
As the story goes, it is a pretty cool game to try to run your own party-lovers into a corner and beat them up. They would often have to do that before they could even start moving in the right direction. The problem is, you don’t know how to do that. You have to start running and getting things done before you can start running the party-lovers.
It’s a classic trope that an RPG is something you play for the duration of the game, and that’s not always a good thing. Deathloop is an excellent example of how long you have to play a game before you realize that the game is not for you. You have to play the game for it to go all the way to the end, and so it’s a good example of something that you had to go through before you finally realize that it wasnt meant for you.