War on Drugs is a Domestic Problem Essay

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WAR ON DRUGS IS A DOMESTIC PROBLEM
      The new policy that the government has unfolded on the War on Drugs, has pointed the finger of responsibility toward stopping terrorism by stopping the individual drug users. Terrorism affects the entire world, and the United States has assumed a position at the spearhead to confront it. There is no way to actually stop terrorism, but one way to financially divert the problem is to stop the money from flowing to the organizations.
     The War on Drugs has been taken to a new level since the attack on the United States in September. Just two days before the attack in New York and Washington D.C. a shipment, being distributed by the Columbians, of
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     The War on Drugs to stop terrorism is a problem for both foreign and domestic. There are three steps that must be taken to compete against the War on Drugs. First the drugs must not be harvested. This is not an easy task, especially in the Bolivian region where the economy relies heavily on the farming of the coca leaves. With a region that relies so heavily on the crop, stopping the production and distribution of the illegal substance will not come easily.
     The second step is to stop to trafficking of illegal products at the United States borders. The majority of illegal drugs are not grown in America; they are grown out of country and then smuggled in country for sale and distribution. As a large consumer of illegal drugs, the United States must take are a stronger position against the drug traffickers from moving the products into the country.
     The final step that needs to be taken is to make every worldwide citizen aware of what is going on. Education is the key to success, and if the populations of the world are made aware of how terrorism can be stifled--By stopping the use of drugs everywhere--then the majority will be compelled to report illegal activity. There is a misunderstanding in the United States that the drug user is not hurting anyone but himself. This train of thought

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