The War on Drugs

The War on Drugs

In 2001, Portugal decriminalized all drugs. In the meantime, thousands of drug addicts have been shot to death by police officers in the Philippines over the past four years.

Which is more efficient – decriminalization, or death?

The War on Drugs Show examines the social consequences of prohibition around the world.

Every attempt to stop the drug trade, such as heroin, cocaine or ketamine, invariably leads to a chain reaction that only makes matters worse. This can lead to violence, death, poverty, crime, and even slavery around the world. Everybody loses, except for the drug themselves.

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