This Police Captain DEMOLISHES the War on Drugs on National Media [Watch]

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The “War on Drugs” is a program invented by the US Government as a means by which to gather American citizens from certain communities and put them to work in private prisons, essentially creating a slave labor force.

The prison companies see massive profits, more jobs are created for cops, prosecutors, judges, and prison guards, and investors who buy shares in the prison companies make fortunes.

All at the expense of real human beings who are trapped in cages, torn from their families and isolated in a place where violence and rape are the norm.




Most of these human beings were non-violent before they were crushed in the gears of the War on Drugs.

Smoking marijuana for instance (or even selling it to consenting adults) is about as non-violent as one can get.

It has resulted in zero deaths, far less than legal drugs like Tylenol, caffeine, and sugar.

Most people who smoke marijuana can get away with it.

But the War on Drugs targets people of low education and low income — segments of society deemed “undesirable” by the political class — and ensures that they are in prison or felonized.


These are people, in many cases, who can barely read, and who aren’t aware of the laws.

Even if they don’t smoke marijuana, it is often planted on them by dirty cops who want to increase their arrest quotas and keep the prisons filled at capacity.

Most of the people taken to the prisons are black males.

And that is just one small slice of the problem.

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Filming Cops was started in 2010 as a conglomerative blogging service documenting police abuse. The aim isn’t to demonize the natural concept of security provision as such, but to highlight specific cases of State-monopolized police brutality that are otherwise ignored by traditional media outlets.

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