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So, what happens when you ask your child not to have chocolates
after his school, but he is just as stubborn as you were and so he
does not listen to you. Obviously! But, you anyway would like to
So, what happens when you ask your child not to have chocolates after his school, but he is just as stubborn as you were and so he does not listen to you. Obviously! But, you anyway would like to stop that so this time you won't simply tell him. You will threaten him and even after that if he still does it, he knows he's grounded.
But let's be back to reality and consider the fight against narcotics as your stubborn little kid who will never listen to you. So now, you got to act.
On this International Day Against Drug Abuse, while the whole world just launched campaigns against Drug Abuse or organized educational events, these three countries in the South-East Asia did something pure badass. They publicly burned the drugs which official seized and in total was around $1 Billion. In Cambodia, while burning the drugs, pop music was played in the background. Can you hit the narcotic industry more harder, right in the face?
The most elaborate burning ceremony was carried out in Myanmars capital of Yangon. A video from the Associated Press shows $220 million worth of opium, heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine tablets stacked on top of each other in stalls that have the English label stimulants in large capital letters.
But behind these flames, all of these countries are struggling to crib the drug abuse problem. While the fight against the narcotics won't end anytime soon, this seems like a perfect start for the good guys.