This is a syndicated post from Aggie Catholics. [Read the original article...]
Some say that smoking pot or doing other drugs is a victim-less crime. Yet, there are millions of direct and indirect victims of the drug-trade. Issues include addiction, broken families, billions spent every year, slavery, abuse, sex-trade, human trafficking, environmental damage, kidnappings, thefts, etc.
- In the Korean War the US deaths were 36,516
- In the Vietnam War the US deaths were 58,206
- In Iraq + Afghanistan the US deaths are 8,200+
- Estimated deaths in Cartel violence in Mexico the last ten years = 120,000 killed by 2013, not including 27,000 missing.
To top it all off, intentionally getting high is gravely immoral, for the same reasons getting drunk is.
Mexico = 6 hours from College Station. The next time you think about lighting up a joint, think of who you are supporting when you do so.
WARNING: The video below is blunt in the data provided about violence and how the cartels work.
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