The problem is that in American society, there are millions of people who, for various social and psychological reasons, are inclined to buy drugs. Such social prerequisites for drug addiction exist in one way or another in all countries of the world, but the United States is the largest economy on the planet, with a population of 325 million. This makes the American market extremely attractive for drug trafficking.
In order to reflect as objectively as possible on the failed War on Drugs, it is necessary to address the problem in terms of population control. For example, the killing or executions of drug dealers and addicts only increases the total number of victims of drug addiction but does not remedy the situation capitally. In other words, there is no positive impact, creative or rehabilitative. This suggests that the continuation of such policies will increase the number of victims and, therefore, worsen the overall situation.