In the Equal Money Capitalism, we are presenting the current problems that are affecting our society, directing it toward a solution and looking at how we will all be benefited from having a world that stops running in self-abusive, harmful and destructive patterns.
In this blog, we are continuing from the presentation of the problem in the last post 274. Child Drug Addicts – here we are directing the problem toward a solution that invariably generates equal rewards. This means that the same pattern of rehabilitation and solution can be applied to any other country/ population that presents a similar problematic.
Watch the documentary Afghanistan’s Child Drug Addicts in order to become aware of how drug addictions does not only mean ‘wanting to escape’ reality out of fun and having enough money to sponsor your own escapist-habits.
– War in Afghanistan has destroyed the city, many have been killed leaving families without parents to take care of children.
– Males use drugs in order to be able to work longer hours, which means not enough money is made and as such, bring the addictions home and spread even to 1 and a half year old babies.
– Children lose limbs because of the war and have no medicines to cope with the pain, villages are attacked wherein civilians become casualties of war. Parents have no other option but to give them opium to ease the pain, which leads them to become addicts from then on.
– Psychological Damage: Teenagers suffer from depression because of loss of family members in bombings/ witnessing suicide bombers/ seeing dead people and having to recover from the traumatic experience which means, coping with suicidal tendencies.
– Families torn apart by the wars – hence children as young as 11 years old turn to drugs to cope with reality.
– Children turn to prostitution from the age of 8 years old in order to fund their own addictions – there’s no jobs/ no work.
– The Afghan powder/ heroin is the cheapest in the world here because of drug cartels now turning their poppy harvest into heroin, so it is ubiquitous. One gram is over 1 Pound.
– Poverty: High rates of unemployment make of drug addiction the common way of spending time and curbing the need for food.
– Adult population turn heroin addicts in order to cope with a reality where no support is given.
– Children are adopting the patterns of the parents within the consumption of heroin in order to mitigate hunger.
– No health provided, no doctors available, no support on how to deal with child addicts.
– Food is more expensive than opium.
– People would sell drugs to make a decent living, and with the eradication of their plantations, they have no other option but taking drugs due to lacking food.
– Not able to afford medicines, opium is the answer.
– Family Crisis: Parents give opium to their children in order to mitigate hunger
– Half of all opium users give it to their children of which the number is in the rise due to no solutions.
– Other children just become addicts due to the parents’ smoke
– Parents give their children drugs in order to cope with the pain and hunger.
– There’s not enough food to feed the whole family and when smoking opium, they lose the appetite.
– Drug Addiction is seen as a dishonor in Islam : leads people to be afraid to ask for support.
– Only one center deals with child addiction in the entire country.
– A Generation of Drug addicts is created.
– No more wars in order to obtain resources from other countries
– No more wars against ‘terrorism’ as wars are in itself terrorism
– Changing the harvesting of heroin for money into foods for human consumption. Drug consumption won’t be a necessity if everyone is given equal support.
– Proper living conditions that ensure all people have access to decent jobs such as reconstruction/ building of houses, schools and all the infrastructure that has been destroyed with the wars
– Education to parents in order to take care of their children with proper medical health supervision to not treat any form of ache with opium
– Educating the population about the long term addiction problems that ensue when giving their children opium/ heroin.
– Access to food, water, sanitation services, education, nutritional and parenting counseling while developing crops to grow actual food and not drugs.
– Rehabilitation programs that are openly supported by the government: no more religious veto toward addictions which means, facing the problem as the national crisis it has become.
– Kids without parents given to proper adoptive ones that will ensure no abuse is committed onto them.
– Peace, safety, tranquility for all inhabitants in the world with ceasing fire and all forms of warfare.
-Resources that were directed toward defense against the invasion can now be directed to support the population to get to live in dignified living conditions.
– Healthy living conditions/ environments wherein people can learn how to take care of their children while having access to proper food, water, sanitation, education and practical care considerations to ensure no more addictions are generated due to lack of money.
– Education availability based on self-care, proper nutritional habits and taking care of the environment as well as involving the parents to rebuild the city/ houses given the necessary means to do so.
– An actual historical treasure that this country represents could be open for visits without having tourists fearing to be another causality of war or kidnapped.
– No more child prostitution or drug addiction, no more depression or suicidal bombers – the living conditions given in equality generate a sense of well being within all individuals, ensuring real happiness as an actual possibility that will never again be silenced by the sound of a bomb.
– Ensuring a generation of human beings that learn the consequences of war and poverty as they are supported to gain stability through communal support toward the reconstruction and rehabilitation of themselves and their environment.
- Day 162: EQUAL MONEY CAPITALISM – The Way Forward
Day 163: Equal Money Capitalism – Redefining Profit
Day 164: Equal Money Capitalism – Preparing the Road for Change
- Day 165: Equal Profit Share and Equal Money Capitalism
Day 166: Corporate Social Responsibility in Equal Money Capitalism
Day 167: Harmony and Equilibrium within Equal Money Capitalism
Day 168: The Future of Integrity with Equal Money Capitalism
Day 169: Equal Living within Equal Money Capitalism
Day 170: Companies and Industries in EMC
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