Tag: DEA
Perché la Guerra alla Droga di Duterte Può Attecchire Qui e Come Evitarlo
[Di Ryan Calhoun. Originale pubblicato su Center for a Stateless Society il 27 dicembre 2016 con il titolo Why Duterte’s Drug War Can Happen Here and How To Stop It. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna.] La guerra alla droga di Rodrigo Duterte, nelle Filippine, è unica per le sue uccisioni extragiudiziali di venditori e consumatori di…
Why Duterte’s Drug War Can Happen Here and How To Stop It
Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war in the Phillipines is unique in its policy of extrajudicial murder of all drug dealers and users. It’s as much a cleansing of one’s population as any genocide. Still, I think Americans should understand that the logic underlying Duterte’s drug war isn’t dissimilar to ours. Once you’ve declared a “war” on…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 127
Glenn Greenwald discusses the hawkishness of Hilary Clinton. Peter Van Buren discusses the destruction of Iraqi cities in order to “save” them. Ramzy Baroud discusses water being used as a weapon by Israel against the inhabitants of Palestine. Ben Ehrenreich discusses the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Jonathan Cook discusses Jewish Israeli Arabs and Israeli politics….
Alexander Shulgin’s Legacy
This week, the chemist Alexander Shulgin died. Hailed/demonized by the press as the “Godfather of ecstasy”, Shulgin was a pioneer in the science of mind altering substances and an outspoken drug advocate. From a distant enough perspective, Alexander Shulgin was just a chemist often under the employ of the federal government and chemical companies. His…
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