Indonesia has done a great job on the war on drugs but needs to do more. They need to be more like the Philippines and kill drug dealers on the spot. Why do I say that? Look at all the murders, killings, and poverty that drugs does to a society (I am talking those “big” drugs like heroin, etc). We can see how these drugs ruin everyone involved, including those not directly related. Society as a whole does not gain at all.
Indonesia, and yes even the U.S., should do what Singapore does – hang them or shoot them. Anyone willing to harm another for money is as quilty as the robber who kills someone for their money. Death comes to both, whether a bullet or white powder.
Here is part of the article –
The head of Indonesia’s National Narcotics Agency (BNN) said Thursday that police should be prepared to shoot suspected drug dealers on the spot. His comments are the latest indication that senior officials in the country favor the sort of extrajudicial approach to suppressing the drug trade underway in the Philippines.
Please head over here for the full article – http://time.com/4990716/indonesian-drug-war-police-duterte/
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