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Cultural beliefs expectations and ideals - how they contribute to drug use Why they cause certain anti-drug efforts to fail The extermination of illegal drugs has always been one of our most important worldwide issues Ending the existence of drugs is one of the toughest and most complicated goals we face Despite our constant battle against them illegal substances continue to exist and thrive in our culture With all the effort we put into the war against drugs why is there little success Lack of effort is not a major reason our attempts are failing It is the lack of understanding that leads to the misdirection and failure of our attempts Obviously a strong desire to use drugs exists and it is the prevention of this desire that we need to focus on in order to wipe out drugs from our lives In fact our focus is strongly on punishing drug users yet applying laws against committed drug crimes has not proven to be an effective solution Drugs are still produced and distributed everywhere and are taken by many -- despite Obviously our focus is mid-directed Because all types of people use illegal substances pinpointing one specific group to bust is not effective Recently we have tried to track the location of drug use We find places where drugs tend to be and seek to close them down as an effort to decrease the overall use of drugs This has proved to be an ineffective technique because it does not change peoples craving for drugs Reasons leading up to drug use still exist Arresting people for drugs does not kill their desire to use them Closing down a crack house does not end the residents addiction it just forces them to move Reprimanding committed crimes does not eliminate the reason they were committed Addressing drug offenses after they have been made
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