1. People traffic drugs, because demand for drugs is high. This is a battle no country can win, best to legalise and get revenue from it
    (Nikolle, 10 January 2018 12:44)

    That reminds me of Singapore where ordinary people are hanged for even minor possession of MJ. But the same time the country's elite is well-known for dirty business.

    So...

    1) A country's elite can be dirty regardless, did they recognized Kosovo or not.

    2) A successful country which is known to be one of the least corrupt country still can feature a dirty, corrupt elite.

    3) The Kosovo comment under 1) was mandatory. Here it seem to be expected from anyone. For instance if the talk is about Russian salad for New Year, someone has to smuggle in the "Kosovo" topic. Usually that someone is Albanian. Now I did that, for the change.
    (Ataman, 11 January 2018 08:34)

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  2. I dont have Albo friends who deal in drugs. This article here is to do with attempted drug trafficng in Serbia, so why do you seek to bring nationalism into it? And yes, legalise hard drugs too, they're illegal now and people still consume them. Who has profited from this war on drugs?
    (Nikolle, 10 January 2018 16:09)

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  3. People traffic drugs, because demand for drugs is high. This is a battle no country can win, best to legalise and get revenue from it
    (Nikolle, 10 January 2018 12:4

    Legalize cocaine?!?! Maybe marijuana, but not "hard drugs". By the way, why would you want to hurt your primary industry? What would your Albo friends do for income if drugs were legalized?
    (ChiTown, 10 January 2018 14:53)

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  4. People traffic drugs, because demand for drugs is high. This is a battle no country can win, best to legalise and get revenue from it
    (Nikolle, 10 January 2018 12:44)

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