Toxic Drugs Weapons, Industry / Health / Armament

Heroine in the streets of the United States

Description of the documentary:

“No movie, story or documentary doesn't go as deep into the world of heroin addiction as BLACK TAR HEROIN: THE DARK END OF THE STREET. An extraordinary look at two years in the lives of five heroin addicts, it offers a rare and intimate portrait of how the heroine ravages the lives of young people. The film tells about Jake's daily life, Jessica, Tracey, Oreo and Alice, three women and two men, aged 18 at 25 years, as they face the ever-present dangers of hard drug addiction – crime, prostitution, rape, incarceration, PAGE, overdoses and death.”

(If you type the title of the documentary, you can find out what happened to some of the young people).

“In half a century, the production and consumption of heroin have only increased and are currently at record levels. The responsibility for this situation is largely due to the CIA…Result of an investigation of more than 20 years, between soldiers, shadow men, drug dealers, politicians and police officers who made it possible for the United States to assert its world power, notably thanks to heroin.”

Source: The politics of the heroine. the establishment of the CIA in the
drug trafficking (Brooch)

Plus:

Heroin - Opium


“In half a century, heroin production and consumption have only progressed to currently reach figures records. The responsibility for this situation is largely due to the CIA…
Result of an investigation of more than 20 years, between military, shadow men, drug dealers, men politicians and police who allowed the United States to establish their world power, notably through heroin.”

Source: The politics of the heroine. the establishment of the cia in the
drug trafficking (Brooch)

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