I have not seen all the AMC, "Breaking Bad," episodes, so I don't know how the series ends, and if I should put my foot in my mouth.
Walt has a cancer scare, diagnosed with lung cancer, and is faced with no real treatment because of insufficient medical insurance and not enough funds. He wants to leave his family with money, not medical bills. Walt goes on a ride along with his DEA agent brother-in-law to bust a meth lab in a residential neighborhood. Jesse, the former student, barely escapes. Walt and Jesse then hook up to manufacture and distribute meth. The drunk driving DEA agent who breaks laws as his daily routine, craps on the US Constitution, is probably a true indictment of the hypocrisy of US Law Enforcement, the bogus Drug War, and the scam of US Courts, also exposing the scourge of lying, blood sucking lawyers.
American taxpayers were lied into the Vietnam War. Staged events, some just made up, were used to use tax dollars to kill millions of Vietnamese, destroy a country, and use a triangle of countries for CIA and military aircraft to smuggle and manufacture heroin. The bogus Afghanistan, covert Colombian, and Iraq Wars are probably all about the CIA and US Military smuggling cocaine and heroin. So, the triangle of drugs has been moved from where it was during the Vietnam War era, to where now the CIA and US Military have spheres of influence using US taxpayer dollars.
This is the model for the current US Police State, where we are all treated like the unwanted Blacks in poorer downtown USA neighborhoods.
Is Uncle Sam, really Walt, breaking bad, running drugs, becoming big time organized crime?
Should you know the locations, and information about Homeland Security Fusion Centers in your state? [Post]
Should another huge nuclear powered aircraft carrier be named the, "USS Pablo Escobar?" Alleged former US President Ronald Reagan and former CIA head, George H. W. Bush, were allegedly a couple of the world's biggest heroin and cocaine smugglers and they had US Military aircraft carriers named after them, so why not?