acquisition (n.)the act of contracting or assuming or acquiring possession of something;
war (n.) “to confuse, mix up”. Cognates suggest the original sense was “to bring into confusion.” source etymonline
Texas Governor Abbott and Ex U.S. President Trump on securing border wall in america and creating a “war” on drugs.
click: fake of unknown origin; attested in London criminal slang as adjective (1775, “counterfeit”), verb (1812, “to rob”), and noun (1851, “a swindle;” of persons 1888, “a swindler”), but probably older. A likely source is feague “to spruce up by artificial means,” from German fegen “polish, sweep,” also “to clear out, plunder” in colloquial use. source etymonline
opioids are naturally found in the opium poppy plant. Some prescription such as (Fentanyl) opioids are made from the plant directly, and others are made by scientists in labs using the same chemical structure.
opium production in “Afghanistan”
during the above video the Ex U.S. President and a Sheriff mention the countries of “Mexico” and “China” as causes for the influx in Fentanyl drug traffic into the americas. however, with some research you can clearly see that the U.S. is the clear dominant force when comes to pharmaceutical drug sales worldwide.
click below and research stats on who dominates the pharmaceutical drug market.
the United States has captured a dominant share of Pharmaceutical Market worldwide.read this article about the U.S. war over drugs and profits. these events have no connection to the sovereign american people.
“The causes of war are always falsely represented ; its honour is dishonest and its glory meretricious.” [John Foster Dulles, Speech on the Marshall Plan, 1948]
“The world will never have lasting peace so long as men reserve for war the finest human qualities.” [John Foster Dulles, Speech on the Marshall Plan, 1948]
Propaganda (n.) The modern political sense (“dissemination of information intended to promote a political point of view”) dates from World War I, not originally pejorative and implying bias or deliberate misleading. Meaning “material or information propagated to advance a cause, etc.” is from 1929. Related: Propagandic. source etymonline
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