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The deadly genius of drug cartels | Rodrigo Canales

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Up to 100,000 people died in drug-related violence in Mexico in the last 6 years. We might think this has nothing to do with us, but in fact we are all complicit, says Yale professor Rodrigo Canales in this unflinching talk that turns conventional wisdom about drug cartels on its head. The carnage is not about faceless, ignorant goons mindlessly killing each other but is rather the result of some seriously sophisticated brand management. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Moscovium (7 месяцев назад)
Amazon will put them out of business within the decade
ŚÇÀŔ (9 месяцев назад)
Failed to mention how the C.I.A. set up these networks.
Tahir Şekerci (9 месяцев назад)
Köpek dövüşleri
2serveand2protect (11 месяцев назад)
VERY good talk! Señor Canales must be an AWESOME teacher and ...(forgive me!) - "storyteller"! :) The way he presents the topic is AWESOME! :) :) PS. Tiny "remark"! Something tells me that this SORRYASS LOT ALREADY KNOWS QUITE WELL ...where&how to get their "stuff"! >: )
Straight Up (1 год назад)
Native Americans warned the white man about their abuse of power, especially the coca, and we warned the white man that their kids are going to overdose cocaine and opium over midnight.
ainslie187 (1 год назад)
The drug war is a disaster but the only people you can blame for the violence in Mexico are the people/government of Mexico. Notice that the cartels don't engage in that kind of violence once they are north of the border because US law enforcement and citizenry won't put up with it. Human life is valued here.
Jdizzle (7 месяцев назад)
There are cartels all over Texas and the united States, they do commit violence there also, no USA citizen or law enforcement can take out military trained killers
Eduardo Morales (1 год назад)
You forgot to mention that the Zetas also extort and charge fees to local business people for protection. I hope these bastards get wiped out off the map.
Paddy Theosophist (1 год назад)
"Plata O Plomo"
Jim Cameron (1 год назад)
The Cartel and the Government are the same - in this description the centralization of wealth is omitted and opportunistic integration with the public sector. I think ... I think it is call human rights but I am not sure.
Jim Cameron (1 год назад)
This lecture makes me feel much better in supporting my Mexican fueled drug habit. What a bunch of good corporate folks they are!!
Karen Sanchez (1 год назад)
we should make a drug that would cure our urge to cosume other drugs. one doze of it, and we would never have to buy or be tempted to consume heroin, or meth or anything else.. idk just a thought
nasip kismet (1 год назад)
You can learn way more things about the subject on its wikipedia page. Don't waste your time here. But look at that !! What an attractive woman up on the far right: 02:22 - 06:49 - 14:27.
Bryan (1 год назад)
can someone summarize this whole video?
Gregory Shumakevich (1 год назад)
this guy is a very good speaker
Jimmy McGill (1 год назад)
USA is a curse. It needs to be taken down. But.......
Chris Russell (1 год назад)
Why would Govts legalize illegal drugs... Illegal Drugs help with population control, federal and local law enforcement jobs, keeps the Private Prisons full and used as a excuse to take more rights from you... Govts make billions from it..
Mae Al Shebani (1 год назад)
Im surprised he didnt talk about Pablo Escobar..
Ragnarok Sora (1 год назад)
when a cartel can build a fucking submarine that is undetectable by radar. but America government can't fix our roads. you know we are fucked.
Elite Burrito (1 год назад)
And the Syrian Civil War had killed at least 50-100,000 people by the time this video was made.
Elite Burrito (1 год назад)
This guys statistics are totally out of context, he needs re-state that. Thats 4,446 US soldiers dead. The Iraq War 2003-2011 killed over 600,000 people. And Afghanistan has seen constant warfare since 1979, over 2 million dead and Afghanistan has a higher death rate then Mexico. Why? Population capita is different. For every certain amount of people, you are more likely to die in Afghanistan (definitely Iraq) then Mexico.
mason jay (2 года назад)
i like this man alot
dorgesh (2 года назад)
The trouble with legalisation is that it's a blurred line between encouraging the use of harmful substances, and indirectly supporting of these murderers
Brad Smith (2 года назад)
5:30 - Build the wall!
Ragnarok Sora (1 год назад)
+Lina Ramses logic!!
Lina Ramses (1 год назад)
They'll just tunnel under or launch it over on a catapult.
RandLDA (2 года назад)
One problem i see is, the Us and coalition forces casualty's are only one side of that war, and only a part of one side, to make an accurate comparison he would have needed to include the casualty's of the people the us and coalition forces are fighting, along with the casualty's of the police forces from the local population that is fighting on the side of us and coalition forces,
TourdeFrance20131 (2 года назад)
If drug cartels are so fucking smart to invent ways to smuggle drugs and produce drugs in huge quantities Why just not legalize all drugs so the price / profit goes down so much that its not lucrative anymore. And if they are so smart why you cartels involved in this billion dollar industry dont think of something doing good for the world we live in. So put down your sickening drug bussiness and do something more proffessional. Like holliday parks. Or stop the war in Syria with all your billions. Or just enter peace talks. I want you drugs people have a chance in our world without being affraid of being caught to do peace talks and money investments in exchange of getting building contracts in war countries to build up the destroyed citties and villages again. But only if you leave your drug bussiness for 100%. But who am I to think like this. first of all drugs need to be legalized all over the world for this to happen. Its a very diffucult operation and very futuristic but it can be done. You are the world
SANxJONERO (2 года назад)
+Chris James I can't speak for how exactly +TourdeFrance20131 views it, but I see it as a good thing with regulations. Just like how you have drugs that are medically legal or legal to a certain extent.
Chris James (2 года назад)
You really think thats a good idea? I honestly can't tell if you're joking or not.
SANxJONERO (2 года назад)
Why would they legalize it, if the Gov makes more off of it being illegal? At least that's the way it is in the U.S., I.E..
lenon leal (2 года назад)
n da de fzr download da legenda não?
livia1881 (2 года назад)
Brilliant TED talk on drug problem and why the war on drugs has to end from Rodrigo Canales. I am digging his accent, too.
Stephen ChuksOnah (2 года назад)
I say we build a very big wall
luomio (2 года назад)
DECRIMINALIZE ALL DRUG!!! That is the answer. Very simple.
Simon Carlile (2 года назад)
This is probably one of the most informative TED talks there is.
Young Kim (2 года назад)
#iDontWantToDoThis #uGuysForcedMe #ohWells #OnlyFewMoreFuckingPeopleWhoDeservesToDie_Dying #ISIS
Hedser Wijbenga (2 года назад)
2.5 million dead in Iraq though, or do the Iraqis not count?
Jose Pablo Kozaki (1 год назад)
Hedser Wijbenga In this case he shows the us and coalition deaths only as you can see on the graphic to make it look closer as he is talking in US
Ragnarok Sora (1 год назад)
all done by the USA as well.
Frodo1799 (2 года назад)
+luomio LOOOOOOOOOOOL
Frodo1799 (2 года назад)
+luomio HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA
Frodo1799 (2 года назад)
+luomio HAHAHAHAHAHA read what I said you FUCKING tool. Youre a fucking moron ahahahahahahaha thats exactly what i said you fucking pleb LOOOOOL
James Carmody (2 года назад)
Thing is, the US war on drugs is much more than prohibition. Troops have been sent south of the border and Agent Orange sprayed on Colombian plantations to engage cartels and destroy opiates. Honestly, if the same resources were spent making other crops more profitable and stabilizing the countries, we would probably see much more progress.
Adam (2 года назад)
3:47 the woman in the back. Is that Jesse Pinkmans' girlfriend? xD
pene asteca (2 года назад)
no, I dont think so, the actress is prettier
joe schmo (2 года назад)
Hmmm, black market institutions may be built from the bottom up. In the regular economy, I'm pretty sure it's top down all the way. But, yeah, there's very little difference between the two economies in many ways.
IzunaDestruction (2 года назад)
Just like the US
Chip yard (2 года назад)
The history and analysis of the cartels in Mexico is excellent. The conclusion is vague and muddled. We do not know what policy/s he has a problem with and what his proposed solution is - I found that frustrating. I would have preferred it if he left the ambiguity out altogether.
Cucker Tarlson (2 года назад)
+Chip yard When the CIA and US military invaded Afghanistan in order to stop the Taliban from producing and distributing opium, Mexican cartels suddenly began producing insane amounts of opium. At the same time, a new political party that is more US and CIA-friendly took office. It's hard to connect the dots because of how clandestine the whole thing is and because of how many parties are involved in the whole thing. But I think there was definitely a connection there.
Victor Valdez (2 года назад)
That was a very powerful and awesome ted talk. Thank you Mr. Canales
Anon Ymous (2 года назад)
there is a short TV series in here somewhere.
Bear McBear MC (2 года назад)
5:44 is it bad/weird that I laughed histaricaly that the knights templar has a foothold in Mexico?
Earth Don't die now (1 год назад)
There a faction of the crim boss el chapo
jim foley (3 года назад)
Caballeros Templar extort businesses for money.
jim foley (3 года назад)
He really attacks those t's when he speaks.
Dags Eris (3 года назад)
SERIOUSLY, am I the only one who noticed that Knights Templar uses the freakin COMIC SANS?
HelloQro (3 года назад)
+Dags Eris It allows them to better get their message around, comic sans gets a lot of bad press from the internet but truth be told, is the most readable font in existence, especially for people with reading disabilities.
Pete Kiryluk (3 года назад)
I can't wait for the 40 and under to take control of congress, and that will be the end of that all of it will be legalized. Its starting, old people and their bad ideas are being slowly faded out.
They Felton (3 года назад)
This lecture has a basement feel.
N Cappiello (3 года назад)
How is marijuana not separated out in this conversation?
Jean-Louis Blackburn (3 года назад)
Legalize armed personal defense.
Mark N. (3 года назад)
Sexy prof...
dale carpenter (3 года назад)
ted talks you can talk about any idea but not that the world is being raped by the banksters .i can't believe that the so called smart people (sheeple ) don't get that .so then they must be avoiding it or they are told not to bring it up ?
Simon (3 года назад)
Good. Now take that economic thinking and apply it to the players in the Middle East. The US, Daesh, Assad, Israel, Putin, Iran and Saudi Arabia. Think branding, think oil, think money, think power - think business.
Brendon Phillips (3 года назад)
10:00 - This is very similar to (if not exactly) how Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade was conducted in Africa.
slogan808 (3 года назад)
Is he part of a cartel lmao justifying some evil evil ppl
Edward Sallow (3 года назад)
All drugs should be legalized, its the only way to stop the problem, literally. These criminal organizations thrive on our consumption and lets be honest with ourselves, its always going to be there. Thru legalization we could supply addicts with the best supply knowing what they're taking and the effects of that drug. Hence, no more needless overdoses. With or without government assistance, that specific person was going to buy that drug anyways, but I'd prefer it being the government over Bob the dealer. Treatment could be provided to those seeking to get over their addiction(s). Otherwise, we can just aimlessly talk about the moral repercussions of doing such an action which by all means to a logical person makes completely no sense. Where ever there's a damand I guarantee you there's almost always going to be a supply.
robotcatfish (3 года назад)
Former Guatemalan army, not Mexican army.
FantomasMXss (3 года назад)
The War on Drugs is Global. Drug consumption, addiction and abuse is Global. Cuba is a failed communist narco State. The American media is so corrupt.
Boxboymike (3 года назад)
I have never used an illegal substance in my life. But to those who do, you must feel some guilt for contributing to the death of innocent people. They die so that you could get high.
ŚÇÀŔ (9 месяцев назад)
You drive a car? Do you feel guilt for all the innocent lives lost in car accidents?
luomio (2 года назад)
Nope. The government has no right to criminalize drugs. I feel as little guilt buying cocaine and marijuana as I do buying beer or cigarettes. The only difference is cocaine and marijuana are criminalized for no reason. These laws create a black market and crime. I do not obey stupid laws.
Komainu - The Social Media Expert (3 года назад)
+Carlos Castillo Would he? If so, why would he? Also, I haven't had a chance to try out my 8 gauge yet.
Carlos Castillo (3 года назад)
+Komainu - The Social Media Expert If drugs were legals, now the cartel would come to your drugstore asking you to pay "protection insurance" due to their revenues cut.
Komainu - The Social Media Expert (3 года назад)
+Chemistri Giki _"young addicts have no hope"_ Really? Why? _"they also die at the expense of the person at the top of the chain, who lives a luxurious lifestyle."_ Well, he lives a luxurious lifestyle, as you said it yourself, why would he be bothered? And how is that of any importance at all?
beeble2003 (3 года назад)
2:55 I was sure some Iraqis and Afghans died during those two wars. No? They didn't? OK. I must've misremembered.
Benoit Lemieux (3 года назад)
Very interesting.  While the violent side of the drug industry is highly talked about in the media, rarely do we see the business side of things.
David Quintana (3 года назад)
I'm going to anger both sides of the argument here but this is the only solution to the problem.  There needs total legalization of drugs with a enormous investment on rehab, education and health help for the users.  Basically we need to see drug use as a health issue and we need to attack it as such. The great majority of people who are for legalization are recreational drug users or have been recreational drug users.  This people have no problem with drugs and don't understand how bad they can be for a good number of the population of any country.  The people against it usually have a moral issue against the drugs but don't understand the problem at all and talk from ignorance.  The only people who are really affected and cause all the other problems with this market is the heavy users or addicts.  So a huge I'm taking about 3 to 4 percent of GDP investment on eradicating the addicts would bring the problem down and still respect the rights of the citizens.  Also it would be a much cheaper solution since treating or preventing addiction would also solve problems with legal drugs. Imagine the cost to government and society that is born from addiction.  
David Quintana (2 года назад)
+sessahme I know some benefit from the illegal market.  Legally the private jail system in the USA, the world banking system and others.  Illegally most politicians along the border. 
David Quintana (2 года назад)
+john hawkins Mexico is moving to a decriminalization of drugs.  The problem for Mexico is that it's main market for drugs is the USA.  Now one could argue that creating a tourist drug market could benefit the border towns and Mexico in general.  The best example is what happen with gambling in Tijuana where thousands of jobs where created with the opening of casinos.  But taking that as an example one can see that in Mexico nobody invested on a stronger judicial force and help for addicts.  Gambling addiction has risen in Mexico since it legalize casinos.  So as with any country Mexico would need enormous investment on helping the addicts if it wanted to create drug tourism. 
luomio (2 года назад)
I agree. Portugal did it and the media has ignored the amazing results.
sessahme (3 года назад)
+David Quintana Your idea makes a lot of sense but it is not exactly a new one. Don't you think that there is likely some group of American lobbyist that are taking a big part of that billion dollar pie and they refuse to allow for the legalization of drugs?
john hawkins (3 года назад)
+David Quintana The likelihood of America dropping prohibition on all drugs is really very low. For a lot of reasons. What would be the likelihood of Mexico legalizing all drugs? Would this not create an Amsterdam like novelty to border towns? And possibly create aLas Vegas style tourist area, that I'm sure would be controlled by the same legitimized cartels (now corporations). Much like Las Vegas, which has virtually no crime on the The Strip, they could control these border towns as safe places to run and play in an adult playground. And still they could continue clandestine operations across the border. Seems more logical to me. Although the US would fight it tooth and nail.
James Maniac (3 года назад)
This video just made me want to watch breaking bad again.
KNO (3 года назад)
my teacher who was in border control told me that he saw people running across the border, called it in and his super told him not to engage by any means.
KNO (3 года назад)
a man a plan a canal panama 
Nicholas Evans (3 года назад)
Free the weed!
Jionni Lil (4 года назад)
3:50 Joaquin Phoenix apparently attended the talk, at the bottom right..
Charlie Ford (3 года назад)
+Jionni Lil HAHAHAHAHAHA! You think?
hansman (4 года назад)
Excellent talk. The only way to fight these cartels without bloodshed is to diminish the market for their product to such an extent that it is no longer profitable for them to be in the drug business. It is time to look at our own lives and admit that we are the problem because we consume these drugs. Forget about legislation, the law makers and enforcers will never be able to effectively combat the cartels because they are undermined by corruption from within. What is needed is cultural reform, people standing up for themselves and each other, to hold themselves to a higher standard and just saying no to drugs. Everyone who thinks that Marijuana should be legalised, you are the problem. Sure, "legalise it, it's just weed", but once you let one thing slide it quickly becomes a slippery slope and pretty soon everything goes. Legalising is just a cop out, an admittance that you are not strong enough to stand up to this scourge. Most people know someone or knows of someone who uses drugs. Help that person quit, it is your moral responsibility. Think about what you want for your children. Do you want to raise a generation dependent on drugs? It's time to look in the mirror and admit that we are the problem, not the cartels.
Bryan (1 год назад)
hansman can someone summarize this whole video, and maybe point out the main points of this vid? thanks
luomio (2 года назад)
Nope. The solution is to decriminalize all drugs. You are a fucking moron if you think we should continue the failed war on drugs.
RequiemFor America (3 года назад)
trying control other people's lives by making drugs illegal IS the problem  How did the prohibition work out for america? And the government will still try to control people because it gives their cronies tons of extra cash and police corruption in america is RAMPANT as well thanks to this war against drugs that's actually a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY no less
noize2040 (3 года назад)
+Bryan Lightningrod thats the problem , that in Mexico during the 70s the govt...let the people do what ever they want in return for more lobbying interests.  The people in Mexico don't respect the laws, they run read lights and bribe police officers instead of paying tickets. My nephew even bribed his teacher for a 8(B grade).  If you've ever seen Mexicans who buy a car in the U.S, you will see the shock in their face , when a police officer doesn't accept their bribe. Its mind numbing to them.  Trust ME...sometimes its better for LESS FREEDOM than more.    By the time Mexico tried to do something about Cartels , it was too late... that even now STREET THUGZ, have no limits on street robbery.  They know the govt and police are weak.... they rob people in DAYLIGHT.  Whats funny is that we have GUN CONTROL LAWS! 
James Pettigrew (4 года назад)
Legalizing will not increase use.  I do not use crystal meth or heroin.  This is not because they are illegal.  It is because I have weighed the risks and benefits.  Prohibition is the source of profit for criminals.  Prohibition also taints the lives of millions of people by leaving them with criminal records(millions of arrests in the US for possession, not trafficking).  Prohibition is also unequally enforced.  We are the Land of the Free yet we have the largest prison population on Earth.  The War on Drugs is a War on People.  End it now!
Alex Klatt (4 года назад)
And yet, only another reason why Armageddon must come.  This is far bigger than all of us.
capitalist4life (4 года назад)
There is no Budweiser cartel because their product is legal.  At a minimum, Mexico should legalize the transportation of drugs through their country. 
2serveand2protect (1 год назад)
Still won't solve the problem of violence in Mexico. First of all the approach to "legalize this & legalize that" is ILLOGIC. Legalization means practically putting your hands up in the air and stopping to fight - BASICALLY - SURRENDERING ...and this is unacceptable. The root of the problem is our willingness to consume drugs - without it, there would be NO cartels, because they wouldn't have the market that its the base of their existence. Second - the "legalization of the drug transportation" would mean the cartels would be waging their wars against each other for the TOTAL CONTROL of the routes - WITHOUT ANY INTERFERENCE FROM THE STATE. Potentially that would mean an even BIGGER violence escalation.
John White (3 года назад)
+capitalist4life If they did then the price would drop and everyone would be in the business in Mexico. But, the United States Federal Government would still be able to extradite Mexicans to the US to stand trial, and then go to prison.
RequiemFor America (3 года назад)
+MMMGrower *FACEPALM*  do you think you are a free person that do not need *intervention* from me to walk where you want to? because if i tied you up, you WOULD need me to *intervene* by undoing my existing intervention and untie you so that you can walk.  According to you, it means that fundamentally you cannot walk without me. roflmao 
capitalist4life (3 года назад)
+MMMGrower Just a change in existing government intervention.
MMMGrower (3 года назад)
A capitalist asking for government intervention.
Richard Melcher (4 года назад)
Excellent closing statements. 
weng burg (4 года назад)
agreed
rh001YT (4 года назад)
The speaker is right in identifying the US market for drugs as the driving force behind the cartels.  some think legalization is the answer, but fortunately, most do not.  It is said by some, with an aire of hopelessness, that th drug users won't stop using, so legalization is all that will work. Without being too longwinded, I just want to point out that there are a few countries in the world that have managed to suppress drug usage, with a combination of stiff penalties and conservative culture.  Singapore is of course the champ - virtually no drug users there.  China has also done well, though there is some, perhaps statistically small use of opium, which is a hangover from the old pre-Mao era - but even pre-Mao, China was tough on drug users.  And then there is India, where one of the main reasons one does not do drugs is to avoid shaming the family, which will slap their son around a lot if it becomes known he has used drugs, say, meth at a rave,  and the son will never hear the end of it and will lose access to the family's money stream, and perhaps papa will take away the motorbike.  Except in Goa, if police hear about a rave, and they often do, they descend upon it and make mass arrests. Then, if you look at the press photos, almost all the ravers in police custody have scarves over their faces, cuz, though the parents will most certainly be informed, the matter will be far worse if the neighbors find out.  So it is not impossible to suppress drug use, however, such will only happen in a conservative culture.  No one needs these drugs, except maybe some very ill people will feel better after getting high on weed, and there is no point in taking drugs "recreationally", and doing so really does define one as a loser, cuz there's plenty to do without drugs, I mean there's a megahuge amount to do.  It's not like USA is boredom central.  So it is important for every sound minded person to put down drug use as often as possible, and to make some extra efforts, such as mentoring teens, and of course vote for Republican or Tea Party candidates.  In recent elections, India has just veered further to the right - but they are not wanting to impose Hindu religion on everyone or anything like that, but do want to maintain the importance of the family and clean living, and further pursuit of education and manufacturing.  Conservative China is now the number 2 economic global power after USA, and will soon likely surpass the USA. India will be coming up faster and faster. Singapore of course is quite on top.  Time will show that conservative cultures win, cuz they have fewer social problems.
Latiana Blue (4 года назад)
Love how he presents! He leaves nice gaps of time for you to swallow what he's saying--many speakers miss this point! 
Latiana Blue (3 года назад)
Hah! Yes, a nice balance is key ;-P
Boxboymike (3 года назад)
Probably one of his strategies as a professor. I notice when I do that people find it condensing lol maybe I talk toooo slow
KNO (3 года назад)
+Latiana Blue lel thats how radio advertisements are done these days. To be honest, the stops annoys me a lot. But it fits during speeches like this.
Latiana Blue (4 года назад)
^^ LOL it is a common issue- subconsciously, we all want to just get off the stage ;) but it's important to remember slooooowing down and having a nice conversation
weng burg (4 года назад)
exactly. that guy who talked about the science of happiness was absolutely amazing and completely spot on.  I only realised that after having to watch it about 5 times though, cause he was talking way too fast for me to let it sink in.
Buzz Werd (4 года назад)
There is more to it that is not mentioned. The other side of money and control.
Manikandan Natarajan (4 года назад)
nce warm welcoming
Red Dawn (4 года назад)
Is this guys accent British or Mexican?
Earth Don't die now (1 год назад)
Mexican stupid
dilalio cobuns (4 года назад)
Just another interesting addition to the mans speach. The professionalism of the cartels extends to the point of them hiring military experts from many sources including from europe and the us. These Hired men come from quite interesting backgrounds, mainly ex military mercenary types of outfits.
Sherlock MacGyver (4 года назад)
Decriminalizing everything would hurt the drug economy much more than this prohibition BS and at the very least shift some of the profits to others. Unemployment may be quite a bit lower if that were to happen. 
Wheelsmcdeals ace (4 года назад)
more Mexicans crossing the border means more drugs and your government approves of your demise
T M (4 года назад)
The need for 'jobs' and making a living its a part of the problem, and that is directly related to the economy, since while it creates 'regulatory' associated jobs it eviscerates other needed fields of job creation and social productivity, by money restriction and by harrasment/stigmatization (silent innocent victims), disguised as 'competition' in the current western-advanced society. Something is mighty wrong with the whole thing.
Mohammad Samadanian (4 года назад)
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T M (4 года назад)
For the sake of reality-based information for the public, it would be good to know the actual production number, and if possible the consumption too, because when the standard news and official institutions present them it's very hard to believe that so many willing customers exist. If the rate of it is so high it ends up in higher mid and long term numbers of victims. If people are serious about solutions for the consequences of it, a world wide legalization strategy would be better over a local one, and the compromise to respect those that choose not use them, even after a rehab. 
Mardas Man (4 года назад)
But how to change that? I am all for legalizing weed, but can someone ever legalize heroine, cocaine, etc.? We have to face a dilemma, of either confronting dangerous drug use and give criminal gangs power or legalizing it some way or another, decreasing the power of the cartels. Is there any middle ground possible? A soft approach, that decreases the power of the cartels without having too much dangerous consequences of drug consumption i would love, but i don't currently know one.
James Pettigrew (4 года назад)
Yes, we can legalize everything.  Harm reduction should be the focus, not incarceration.
Archie Richard (4 года назад)
COCAINE ROUTE: FARCS(COLOMBIA)- VENEZUELA-CUBA-FLORIDA. Notice how the maps shown by this man deliberately avoid focusing on Cuba and southern Florida LOL bad job. Mr C I A undercover agent aka nutty professor. bad job!
apa lu (4 года назад)
That's because its easier to transport through Mexican border. Back in the 80's it was all Miami but since the U.S. and Mexico signed NAFTA in the 90s, its been border smuggling from then on.
Sasataf (4 года назад)
Swing and a miss...nice try Archie.
King Alfred The Great (4 года назад)
legalize all drugss!!! Treat addiction as a health problem, not as criminal ones!
Arnulfo Dominguez (1 месяц назад)
👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
xtscarface M (6 месяцев назад)
King Alfred The Great well said..
Hey Penguin (4 года назад)
"There are many dealers that offer a service where if you send them a text message they guarantee a delivery of the drug in 30 minutes or less." They may say they guarantee a delivery in 30 minutes or less, but if you're getting it from a paisa, whos a runner, and he's delivering it, it's more like 2 hours and they assure you after 30 minutes they're just a block away and will be there in 5 minutes, and 5 minutes when said from a dealer really means like 30 minutes to an hour. Unless you're picking it up from a spot they're already at, you're probably gonna be waiting a while.
ixyzpilot (4 года назад)
T_T its so sad that such violence grows from a desperate attempt to evade problems and the try to reach happiness in the wrong way. (drugs)
ixyzpilot (4 года назад)
+Inferno350 I agree.
Rodrigo Juarez (4 года назад)
Im doing my Senior Presentation on this & it's been coming along quite well if I might add
aisyahgunung (4 года назад)
This talk is very good. And very informative indeed.
megafr8nk (4 года назад)
Legalize it all! Not just weed, but heroin cocaine, ect. In my 40 years i have never even touched alcohol or tobacco, so this is not the opinion of some stoner. Why would I want billions of tax money spend to protect some looser junkie from himself? If they want to shoot up, let them. Sell the stuff in pharmacies and use the revenue from the sales tax for treatment & prevention programs. Then Mexico can be a country again and the militarization of law enforcement that undermines the american republic can be reversed.
Pete 1 (4 года назад)
Excellent Ted Talk.  Isn't it interesting what we can learn if we listen to how it actually is rather than our propagandists dictates on what is desirable for us to believe. 
robert j mcgregor (4 года назад)
hsbc,wacovia, and wells fargo all launder mexican drug cartel money, warren buffet is the largest shareholder of wells fargo
Louis Kehrli (4 года назад)
Arno my friend... with trillion dollar annual revenue potential there is no problem in Mexico but right here in USA. . . Our. Gov is not broke it is FIXED!
Louis Kehrli (4 года назад)
Arno my friend... with trillion dollar annual revenue potential there is no problem in Mexico but right here in USA. . . Our. Gov is not broke it is FIXED!
Joefest99 (4 года назад)
Continue the war on drugs!!!
MrDNKYMN (4 года назад)
I want to travel to Mexico with Rodrigo. 
altaimountain (4 года назад)
What he didn't say is that the guns that the cartels use in Mexico all come from the US. From what I hear now it seems the Sinaloa cartel won the war, and they were helped by the government of Mexico. And Calderon, who presided over the carnage in Juarez, now teaches in Harvard. Go figure. 
MMaximuSS1975 (4 года назад)
The war on drugs is a failure. Prohibition only makes the wrong people wealthy, and sucks the money tight out of the tax payer's pocket. Regulation and treatment haven't been given a shot. It's about time. Our prison industrial complex is a sad joke.
DarkZeroHero (4 года назад)
Interesting. I can't believe I'm learning Business Management. In drug-dealing.
Cristina Graciela Meza (4 года назад)
disfruto los videos pero necesitaria que pudieran tener los subtitulos en castellano, muchas gracias
John K (4 года назад)
Ironic that on this issue conservatives have been backhanded by the very invisible hand they revere.
James Fisher (4 года назад)
Mmm, drugs are bad, mmkay.
Arno Mosikian (4 года назад)
Dear TED, why are you re-posting old videos? What is the point?
Ana Valder (4 года назад)
Because the war in Mexico (Michoacan) got worse?
Mexicanadiense79 (4 года назад)
This talk demonstrates admirably why drug addicts may have my sympathy but casual users have nothing but my contempt.  There is no supply without demand.

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