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(MSN News NZ)   Turns out there is no Taliban, religious fundamentalism is just a cover, and it's all about the opium. Subby preps his Claude Rains impersonation   (news.msn.co.nz) divider line 2
    More: Interesting, Claude Rains, religious fundamentalism, Taliban, opium, Afghan National Army, insurgents, opium poppies  
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2013-09-24 02:48:11 PM  
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dionysusaur: Marcus Aurelius: The Taliban banned opium production.  Opium only exploded after we took over.

You're saying they're not _all_ bad? I'm sure the Khmer Rouge had some good points, too.


No, I happen to think opium should be freely available.  All drug laws are fundamentally a political crime.  If the government wants to step in a regulate the market, that's fine, but this blanket ban on substances is just an excuse to put unpopular people into prison.
2013-09-24 01:24:05 PM  
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Afghanistan is now the world's largest producer of heroin.

Now?
 
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