Four student filmmakers
learn more about drugs, history and themselves than they
bargained for. This is the story of four students whose
education is interrupted by an education. This is a journey
through time, space and mind and above all else a reality check.
This is the book about the real war on drugs, the one
which actually matters and the one you never hear about. Many
things are involved in the drug problem and several other
crushing burdens now devastating society, unfortunately, not one
of them can be fixed until people begin to understand what they
actually are. We've been trying to fix the wrong things for a
This book also gives a detailed explanation of why business
in serving its own interest will not automatically serve the interest
of everyone else, contrary to what Adam Smith suggested in
'The Wealth of Nations' and what is taught in colleges. It discusses
the failure of the health system, why and how it is contributing
to the drug problem, why it is failing and why cheaper, better,
practical, remedies for everything are ignored and stymied at every turn.
It also points out that there is scarcely a threat to health
and well being you can name which is not a hell of a lot more serious
threat to our society than street drugs. Approximately two and a half
million people die in this country every year and they simply are not
dying from what most people think they are.