Conflicts of Interest: America’s War on Drugs Wreaks Havoc in Central ​and South America

On COI #126 Brian Saady, author and host of the Rackets podcast, comes on the show to explain how the ‘war on drugs’ is a deadly foreign policy. Brian breaks down the countries most impacted by the drug war: Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela, and Honduras. Each country plays a critical war in the multi-billion dollar cocaine market. Brian explains how the American anti-drug efforts in these countries increase violence and death.

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4 thoughts on “Conflicts of Interest: America’s War on Drugs Wreaks Havoc in Central ​and South America”

  1. There should be a war on the drug companies. They make money by ripping off consumers with their high prices and side effects that are even worse than the diseases they are meant to cure.

    1. Like ADD and Mania. And opioids. Trump, for all his ills, did take on the drug companies.

  2. Ugh, of course it can’t be in print. This is a topic I do want to understand, so keep trying to listen.

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