Author and critic Michael J. Casey has written a book called War on Drugs: A True Account of How America’s War on Marijuana Is Actually a Lie and Why It Is Destroying Our Country.
Casey is the co-author of the forthcoming book, Drugs Are Bad: The Politics of War on Our Drug Addiction and Why We Must Stop.
The War on Narcotics: An American Tragedy and Why the American Public Needs to Know, will be released next month.
“A war on drugs is an American tragedy,” Casey said in a statement.
“The war on heroin is the greatest public health crisis of our time, and the drug war has created a national addiction epidemic that has destroyed lives and destroyed communities.
It is a war on life, a war against freedom and a war for money.
It’s not a war at all.
It should be.”
Casey’s book argues that the war on drug is a form of social engineering designed to keep people dependent on drugs and to destroy communities by locking them up and restricting their freedoms.
Caseys book, which was published by Basic Books, is the third book to be published by Casey in the last year.
The first two were written in response to the Trayvon Martin killing, which led to protests around the country and sparked a massive public health and public safety response.
In his book, Casey argues that America’s drug war is designed to create a “narcotic war on society” and that the drug wars are not about drugs, but rather about social engineering and control.
“The war against drugs is a product of the social engineering that the Bush administration has attempted to impose on the country,” Casey writes.
Caseys arguments in the book mirror those made by former Attorney General Eric Holder, who argued that the War on Terror is a social engineering program that creates a “narco-state” to keep America dependent on illegal drugs.””
This mixture of drug and social engineering has been a massive success for the Bush White House and the DEA.”
Caseys arguments in the book mirror those made by former Attorney General Eric Holder, who argued that the War on Terror is a social engineering program that creates a “narco-state” to keep America dependent on illegal drugs.
“This war on terror is an attempt to create narco-states,” Holder said in his speech at the National Press Club in April 2014.
“And, by using that power, the Bush-Cheney administration has sought to control the American people, the American economy and our society at large.”
The War on Drug was initiated by former President George W. Bush in 2003 and has resulted in the incarceration of more than 5 million people and the deaths of more of them than the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan combined.
The drug war was also a major driver behind the passage of the draconian anti-immigrant and anti-woman laws that have created the largest influx of immigrants into the country since World War II.
“What the war has done is destroy a society that was once free, that was a vibrant society that allowed people to grow, flourish and build on their wealth,” Casey told ABC News in an interview.
“It’s been the biggest failure of all the wars that have been fought in this country.”