Exit strategies from the Drug War
Exit strategies from the Drug War One modus operandi of the Control Machine called Society is to preserve the collusion between the d…
Exit strategies from the Drug War One modus operandi of the Control Machine called Society is to preserve the collusion between the drugs prescribed and the drugs proscribed!
Prohibitionists of psychotropic drugs and advocates of psychotropic drugs are in unconscious collusion and not simple disagreement. In collusion a third entity is created whose survival is of greater importance than the two opposing sides. In this case the third entity would be the Drug Industrial Supracomplex which includes the licit (pharmaceutical) drug complex and the illicit drug complex. The hidden agenda is to preserve the currant relationship that exists between the drugs prescribed and the drugs proscribed! Only in this way will both sides thrive and all of the intermediary organizations between these factions will be preserved.
Neither group prohibitionists nor advocates could exist without the other. No real discussion can take place between these two groups because this is to risk change that could lead to destruction of both sides, and the Drug Industrial Supracomplex. The two factions have an absolute agreement to vehemently disagree.
This sort of collusion makes a merely codependent relationship seem healthy in comparison. The drug Industrial Supracomplex that includes the licit (pharmaceutical) drug complex and the illicit drug complex also includes a plethora of supplementary agencies and jobs. Besides those obviously involved, police, attorneys, and court employees, these organizations include among others, probation officers, urine testers, counselors, rehabilitation organizations, bondsman, hospitals and their employees, mental institutions and their employees, social workers, DARE advocates, neighborhood watch groups, electronic footcollar manufacturers, and countless other individuals who truly believe they are performing a valuable service to society. On the other side of this schizocollusive behemoth we have the enormous 'black market' empire from street vendors, warehousers, manufacturers, couriers, wholesalers, retailers, etc. who believe they are performing an equally valuable service to the 'underground' society.
What we are proposing is that once such a vast agenda is already in place surrounding a social issue, does there not necessarily, albeit unconsciously, grow a collusive relationship between all parties to keep the problems, while maintaining the guise that a sincere effort is underway at solving these 'problems'?
NOTE, I WROTE THIS IN 1978 &FOUND IT JUST THIS WEEK, AND IT SEEMS AS RELEVANT TODAY AS THEN, 37 YEARS AGO! What can be done?