The "War on Drugs," besides being pointless and disastrous, has failed; furthermore, in Portugal, decriminalization cut drug use in half

Here’s a one-two-three knock-out(?) punch for the so-called “war on drugs” that fuels the CIA, military black-ops, privatized prisons, and other nefarious institutions/activities, as well as the general hypocrisy and mayhem attendant to a society kept addicted to one thing or another so as not to create, think, or, especially, recognize and embrace either the authentic self or the public good.

First, thanks to alternet.org:

75 years of a pointless, disastrous war against marijuana.

Then two more, from care2.com:

The Global War on Drugs has Failed, Leaders Say

Now we know decriminalization does cut drug use

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