Turning 12-Year-Olds Into Drug Dealers | The War on Drugs

For the past decade, the UK has been horrified by the phenomenon of County Lines – big city criminal groups using kids as young as 12 to take over the drug …


  1. Taking advantage of kids is fucked and nobody should be doing it. End the war on drugs already, it's a complete failure and its destroying society across the planet. Legalize all drugs. At the very least legalize all drugs that are made from natural plants or ingredients.

  2. I don’t like the way this was edited and the soundtrack, usually I love the war on drugs and this guy but this episode i couldn’t watch after 3 tries

  3. I remember when I met a guy 4 years ago at a job interview and he offered to drop me off home so I agreed and we talked about weed though out the journey so he took down my number and said let's smoke in a few days I'll drive down,and you can show me around your town so I thought nothing of it and agreed , so few days later I got a call that he's nearly there , he pulled up to my house, i jumped in the car and it was him and his girlfriend, but instead of chilling and smoking he gave me 2 ounces of weed wrapped in foil one cheese other haze , basically he wanted me to become a dealer by just giving it to me and making it sound like it's all good just take it , but instead I smoked it gave some to a friend to sell… he smoked it too 😂and the guy knew I was going to leave the country for a holiday and he was still trying to get to me when I was getting into the plane, changed my number and when I returned never saw him again 😂😂😂😂😂

  4. If drugs were legal, they could be regulated for strength and quality, and the black market for them would be near eradicated. But that's never going to happen. So there will always be poor quality drugs being sold by poor child slaves.

  5. It's not just in Britain. People been usin kids to deal drugs in America for years. They get caught up dealin as a minor, go to juvi, get out when they're 18 and go right back to it, cause that's all they know. It's fast money. They usually don't see the problem till it's too late

  6. People always did drugs and no law will ever help it. Humans are curious by nature, and no regulations will change that. Allowing these substances to be purchased in a legal and regulated way is the better solution for dealing with the issue. How is marijuana or ecstacy different from ethanol? All three cause dependence after a prolonged time of use with alcohol being the most addicting out of all three. Hard drugs on the other hand, like heroin or fentanyl are usually taken because a person got addicted to opioids and these substances are just a cheaper, more available solution. No one with their mind in the right place just randomly decides "oh, what a great day! I'm gonna shoot up some dope tonight, just for the fun of it!". If these things happen they're very rare, ask any heroin addict if they want to continue doing that. They don't, but they have to, just to function. It's not a choice, it's being a slave to a substance. Giving these people means to get a clean product under a condition of begining treatment is what ended an opioid problem in Switzerland. Prohibition is the wrong way to deal with drugs.

  7. DrugDealing at age 12-15 is a Badge of Honor!… Exceptional if you can keep good grades and fool the adults. People demonizing this are scared knowing we're That Much More INTELLIGENT than them. Don't be ashamed if you did this, be proud

  8. Your just jealous that we did this and you weren't smart enough at that age. Now you're gonna try to demonize a Sign of Higher intelligence? America is Rome! Your ancestors would throw you in a fire

  9. We were selling herb(me) and crack(my friends)when we were 12-15yrs old…. what's the problem? That's how you find the geniuses in society, and the entrepreneurs. Everyone else is beneath us in social skills

  10. The government needs to make this video a school lecture or just show it in 5th grade. Thats the only way to prohibit this hell from taking over. Making kids undercover agents is unacceptable.

  11. We need to follow Portugal on their laws. The police are fighting a losing battle!
    Portugal’s legislations and reasonings for it are more sensible

  12. if they just legalize drugs… people are just going to buy in government shop or legal business. the demand from the streets are going to drop.
    the government can’t control the society, some people are going to do drugs no matter what the situation.
    Just let the people live freely with their own choices and responsabilities

  13. We should ask Why and who. why Don't someone somewhere want to stop this. And who are these invisible people who are the real profiteers you know the right up there people that never EVER get looked at because this has never been about bob and brian at no2 dump street

  14. Back in 2004 I used to live in London and I use to smoke white and brown ….
    I remember during summer one kid like 8 max 10 yo , come to us down the block of hackney to sell ball… in September I saw him on his school uniform … was so sad and strange to my eyes … and now watching this video I go straight back to those good old days…. ! Almost 20 years gone but not much change !

  15. Can you search hard enough you'll find your politicians and your government figureheads down the line or somewhere involved in it it ain't the only place in the world that's having that problem it's all over the world in the United States but look at Germany didn't they legalize drugs and what happened there

  16. South Africa is concerned with this same behaviour. I hope in my life time. we find a solution…..it may be as hard as killing bugs in your house though, unless bait is used or a predator is involved…nobody wants a predator.

  17. It is a very awful situation. But it's not something new, by any means. Growing up in Eastern Europe in the early nineties, that was a tactic Gypsies used widely. They might be doing it still; I don't know for sure.

  18. 📌 B.e.S.T f'u"l'l D.a.T.i.n.G

    》》 𝙊𝙣𝙡𝙮 𝘼𝙙𝙪𝙡𝙩 《《



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