Freeway: Crack in the system

Recently, I’ve watch this documentary about the narc Rick Ross and how the CIA was involved in the American crack epidemic. It’s not an outstanding documentary but it’s easy to follow and you finish with a relative comprehension of the matter.

On Rick Ross: I don’t believe in the reintegration, especially of sex criminals, murderers and embezzlement of public funds convicts. I do believe in redemption instead. I don’t know how to feel about this man: he’s portrayed as a good boy, with aversion on violence and full of capitalism greed. Now, he’s out of jail and trying to do now the correct thing. But he has directly destroyed thousands of people’s life and their families. I know life is gray, not black and white, but I don’t think this guy deserves to be free. Not to mention his partners and so on. They should be all in prison.

On CIA, police, government: More dark stuff, as always. No surprise. Money’s money. Always looking for the national security, bla bla, bla… There is a good phrase in the documentary, something like:”Do you want to see what is like hell? Try to play in a rigged poker game where everybody is cheating but you.”

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