Afghan opium plan not feasible: drugs board

An oversupply of opium used for medical purposes around the world means plans to use Afghanistan’s illicit crops for such purposes cannot get off the ground, the world’s independent drug monitoring body says.

The Senlis Council, a think tank specialising in drug policy, said on Monday that Western countries were wasting millions of dollars trying to stamp out the illegal opium trade in Afghanistan.

Millions? What’s wrong…have we run out of Napalm?

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