How the US Government Created the ‘Drug Problem’ in the USA

by Michael E. Kreca

Source: Lew Rockwell

“The bottom line on this whole business has not yet been written.”

(Dr. Sidney Gottlieb CIA Technical Services Staff director for the MK-ULTRA program)

Eighteenth-century German philosopher Georg Friedrich Hegel long ago developed, among other things, what he called the principle of “thesis, antithesis, synthesis” to explain the process of deliberately enacted social disorder and change as a road to power. To achieve a desired result, one deliberately creates a situation (“thesis”), devises a “solution,” to solve the “problems” created by that situation (“antithesis”), with the final result being the ultimate goal of more power and control (“synthesis”). It is unsurprising Karl Marx and his disciples like Lenin and Trotsky, as well as the US government in its so-called War On Drugs, made this process a keystone of their drive for total control of all individual actions that, in their views, were not, in Mussolini’s terms, “inside the state” and thus controllable by the same. Continue reading

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