Why Drug Dealers Love the War on Drugs – Attorney Marc J. Victor and Doug Casey. Doug Casey sits down with Attorney Marc J. Victor to discuss the war on drugs and who really profits from it. The drug war has been a huge failure and should be ended as quickly as possible. Free people should be able to decide what substances they put into their bodies. The war on drugs is really nothing more than a war on humanity and freedom.
Why Drug Dealers Love the War on Drugs
Mr. Victor has been very outspoken about calling for an end to the drug war. He has previously debated Maricopa County Attorney William Montgomery at Arizona State University Law School on this issue. As a man of freedom and peace, I have been called a gun activist, a marijuana activist, and a gay rights activist; but I am none of those I am a freedom activist. I support the rights of competent adults to engage in any voluntary and peaceful activities they may decide to participate in even if I may disagree with those activities.
Being for freedom does not mean that you have to participate, advocate or even agree with the choices of others may make. You can disagree and even voice that disagreement while at the same time support their right to do the very thing you disagree with. Being for freedom means much more than just waving flags or singing songs. It means that you support the rights of others to engage in all voluntary transactions as long as it is peaceful.
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