In the words of H.R. Haldeman, President Richard Nixon’s White House Chief of Staff: “[T]he whole problem is really the blacks. The key is to devise a system that recognizes this while not appearing to.”In my opinion, the impetus for this war on African-Americans, officially known as "War on Drugs", was the reaction of the One Percent's enforcers to black nationalism in the US after groups such as the Black Panthers in the late 1960s and early 1970s struck fear in the souls of the One Percent's thoroughly racist security services.
If you have some doubts about my description of their security services being racist, please read the stories of two white women who were intimately involved with black nationalists: actress Jean Seberg (Played Out by David Richards) and Seattle area psychiatrist Stuart Jeanne Bramhall (The Most Revolutionary Act). The former allegedly committed suicide and the latter nearly did before she escaped to New Zealand where she is now living and working. Also read The Echo from Dealey Plaza by Abraham Bolden who was a black ex-Secret Service agent who was critical of the poor practices of the Secret Service in protecting JF Kennedy. For more background on CIA's drug running, Read Kill the Messenger by Nick Schou who wrote of journalist Gary Webb's attempt to uncover the CIA's importation of drugs in the 1980s and 90s. Gary Webb's journalism career was ruined and he later died from an alleged suicide.