Break The Taboo Essay

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Summary on "Breaking The Taboo""Breaking The Taboo" is a documentary movie about the war on drugs. The war on drugs are about the wars between people who are addicted to the illegal drugs and the government that think people shouldn't use illegal drugs. Since the drugs are illegal, the government and police have the rights and reasons to catch the illegal drugs users. Even though the illegal drugs users know that drugs are now illegal, there are still a large amount of people using those illegal drugs. People that are addicted to illegal drugs can't easily withdraw it. Many people only know that illegal drugs are something bad, but they didn't know that by legalizing drugs will make the world better.The war on drugs were first started in Unites States. The government of US wanted to make the country to zero drugs(cocaine, heroine...etc), so they made the drugs illegal. They believed that people will stop using those drugs by that. But then, this made the illegal drugs to rise. People would more likely to try something that they're not allowed to. For example, if you're told that you're not allowed to open a box, you will more likely to want to open it, because you want to do something you don't have/can't do. Illegal drugs are the same thing; more people will do it because it is illegal.In Columbia, they had a lot of illegal drugs plantation going around. They will send their supplies of the illegal drugs to United States, which continued the illegal drugs businesses. So, the solution that United States came out is to let the military armies to destroy those illegal drugs' crops.In Brazil, they had also started the war on drugs. To fight during the war on drugs, people will get new weapons, which means it will lead to a new trafficking. This will increase the power of the drug market and crime. The president of Brazil said that they are aware of drugs, but they think that the protection of drugs are the most important at...

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