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Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy | Official Trailer | Netflix

In the early 1980s, the crack epidemic tore through America’s inner cities like a tsunami, ravaging all in its wake. Decades later, the destructive effects on people’s lives, families and communities are still deeply felt. Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy examines not only the personal devastation caused by the drug, but also the shadowy origins of the crisis and the resultant, ongoing marginalization of Black and Brown people trapped by the U.S. prison and healthcare systems.
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Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy is a searing, in-depth look into this defining moment in American history and how it continues to impact our society more than thirty years later. Via a collage of archival news footage, compelling interviews and era-specific hip hop, award winning documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson (The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution; Freedom Riders) peels back the layers of how crack decimated Black and Brown communities and rocked the nation. Nelson goes beyond stereotypes and dog whistles, straight to the heart of the matter: how the Iran-Contra scandal allowed an influx of cocaine into the country; complicity of the police force and the U.S. government; the rise in gun violence; sentencing disparities between cocaine and crack possession; the devastation of families and individuals caught in crack's wake; and how mass incarceration became the solution to a public health crisis.
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Comentarii 

  1. francis perez

    francis perez

    Acum 6 ore

    "The chemical warfare"

  2. Bongo Fury

    Bongo Fury

    Acum 10 ore

    One of the “narrators” complained that the police were turned into soldiers. What the hell do you consider shit slingers with uzis and 50 cal. rifles? You goddamn perpetual victims make me sick........

  3. CMLAFLAMME

    CMLAFLAMME

    Acum 11 ore

    There's still neighborhoods in some cities where drugs (mostly heroine now) are sold right out in the open. There's a tent city a few miles from my place where the zombies just shoot up right out in the open in front of kids walking by. This was a good documentary but it didn't actually try to address the problem. Mass incarceration didn't work, and treatment doesn't work if someone doesn't want to change. We're no closer now to fixing the problem as we were back then, and I lived through the crack epidemic of the 90's.

  4. 3TOURS3rdID USA

    3TOURS3rdID USA

    Acum 14 ore

    It’s all regans fault!!!!!!!!! Get ready America this is the new Hollywood narrative now! Truth is no more!!!!!! I wonder who we can blame for the meth epidemic in southern IL right now cuz last time I checked it’s cuff em and stuff em! Sad man.

  5. Kevin Walker

    Kevin Walker

    Acum o Zi

    i liked it. sad but interesting. can’t wait for them to make a documentary in the future about what the government was trying to pull off with covid, instigating a civil war through the media, etc. really makes you think...these are a lot of the same people from that era

  6. Sam da Silva

    Sam da Silva

    Acum o Zi

    I don´t understand why the ex dealers on this documentary seem to feel no remorse or shame about the devastation they were a big part of in their communities. They were using children to run drugs, abusing women who were addicted to crack, and killing each other in drug fueds. It so sad, that generations have been destroyed due to the crack epidemic.

  7. Michael

    Michael

    Acum o Zi

    No one made ANYONE put that pipe to their lips. It’s always easier to blame someone else for their own misfortunes. Blaming a political party never helps either.

  8. Jaquariuss Quontavious Jermichael Jr

    Jaquariuss Quontavious Jermichael Jr

    Acum o Zi

    Urry thang is da wite mans's folt cuz dats wat dem crats be sa-in

  9. Bongo Fury

    Bongo Fury

    Acum o Zi

    It is rather humorous that all these “poor, black, victim” documentaries seem to start with a Republican being elected. Those Democratic plantation owners really know how to keep their livestock in line......

    • Danielle Brice

      Danielle Brice

      Acum o Zi

      Precisely. Let the brainwashing commence...

    • Michael

      Michael

      Acum o Zi

      I was thinking the same thing.

  10. j sharp

    j sharp

    Acum 2 Zile

    How long does it take a country(like America) to make a change with something so major,like drugs???don't get me wrong,we have problems with drugs in the UK but we do get things done...the American government seems like they couldn't give a sxxt.very sad state of affairs!!!nicely made programme Netflix 👍

    • Sam da Silva

      Sam da Silva

      Acum o Zi

      You are kidding right? The UK is one of the biggest consumers in Europe of cocaine. What about all the kids that have been stabbed over drug and territory fueds? How about the `country lines´dealers using kids to traffic and sell their drugs? If you think the UK does not have a problem with drugs, then you must be smoking something.

  11. Drew Down

    Drew Down

    Acum 2 Zile

    Gary Webb. Rest In Power.

  12. Drew Down

    Drew Down

    Acum 2 Zile

    Why does this doc ignore the role of Gary Webb?

  13. Drew Down

    Drew Down

    Acum 2 Zile

    Gary Webb. R.I.P.

  14. Drew Down

    Drew Down

    Acum 2 Zile

    Gary Webb.

  15. elmers balm

    elmers balm

    Acum 2 Zile

    Bloody hell! there is some screen time for Maxine Walters but no mention whatsoever of Gary Webb?! I had to type his name many times in wikipedia to get to his article. Are we getting to Stalin's infamous airbrush already?! Damn free press!

  16. Agnieszka W

    Agnieszka W

    Acum 2 Zile

    To niesamowite jak zmienia się narracja w tym filmie w zależności od tego co pasuje autorom. Większa część filmu była o tym że czarni brali i właściwie wszyscy którzy brali/handlowali i wypowiadają się w filmie to czarni, a nagle w końcówce gdy mowa o osadzonych narratorzy mówią nam, że większość osób która brała to było biali. Do tegorocznej usprawiedliwianie matek które naćpane rodziły dzieci.... Ten film jest poniżej jakiejkolwiek normy

  17. Chewbaccacabra

    Chewbaccacabra

    Acum 2 Zile

    Lol, Hillary at the beginning. She's just mad crack has more bodies than her, even after 2 decades of making people disappear. That lady talking about, "picking up the pieces of the 80s today" yeah, so sorry it was a decade of personal accountability. I wish it would return.

  18. Mama Mysterious

    Mama Mysterious

    Acum 3 Zile

    The movie said that Blacks were purposely made the face of the crack epidemic, when 2/3's of the users were whyte. Whyte privilege was, when they would come to the hood & end up with fake crack... then actually call the cops to report being sold fake crack & the cop would arrest the black seller/let the whyte user go.

  19. Brand Jk

    Brand Jk

    Acum 3 Zile

    "Crack is wack"~Whitney Houston

  20. civilizedsatyr

    civilizedsatyr

    Acum 3 Zile

    Why is this an age-restricted video? You're being reactionary and ridiculous, ROfilm. This is a fantastic doc, btw.

  21. FTW Wolf

    FTW Wolf

    Acum 3 Zile

    Ok doco. pitty about the people who chose to do the drug then blame how bad there life is. pathetic.

    • Think_Bigger_1

      Think_Bigger_1

      Acum 2 Zile

      Right, just like the people today hooked on heroin and oxycontin...

  22. Lorenzo Lion

    Lorenzo Lion

    Acum 3 Zile

    When you blame other race for your own race fuckin up lol

  23. fierro por la 300

    fierro por la 300

    Acum 3 Zile

    Users are too weak and blame everybody

  24. Traveler Volkriin

    Traveler Volkriin

    Acum 3 Zile

    If you see this comment, check out 13th on Netflix too. It chronicles the introduction and implementation of the prison complex profit system in the United States, which specifically targeted black and Latino individuals. This is the side of the "greatest country in the world" people don't want you to see.

  25. Marcus T

    Marcus T

    Acum 3 Zile

    Crazy thing ... I'm watching this documentary and they showed people in my neighborhood growing up here in Florida... I remember these horrible times....

  26. mina uddin

    mina uddin

    Acum 3 Zile

    "Chained together in this long chain and put on a bus, early in the morning and driven off to this place I've never been before. I don't know where I'm going. And as I'm taking this trip I'm thinking about my ancestors and I'm thinking about what progress have we actually made?" That line in the actual documentary is hard hitting, when I saw the images it literally made me think the same.

  27. Lemon Dishonor

    Lemon Dishonor

    Acum 3 Zile

    I’m glad that I grew up in a era where the youth didn’t do drugs. Thank God. There was crack everywhere in my neighborhood.

  28. BP

    BP

    Acum 3 Zile

    While this Documentary touches some good points about the US policy towards drugs, etc.. its is certainly EXTREMELLY biased and (again) dangerous. After 1 and half hour this is what you will get: 1) Cocaine was so cool in the 80's, it was the drug of the elite 2) Poor black people, they wantd to be cool as well, like the elite, but Cocaine was too expensive 3) Black people HAD to get access to this marvelous drug. So they found a way to cut it up and invented crack - Much more affordable 4) Oh, poor blac people, oppressed by the white man and the state, had no other option (like working for McDonnalds for $3.35/hr) but to deal crack on the streets 5) Man, everyone was going crazy! People were making loads of money! But white Police was bad and couldn't prevented the killings between this oppressed gang members 6) US Government armed a Militia in Nicaragua and made a deal with them to turn a blind eye on cocaine shipping to the US 7) US Government goes crazy on these oppressed people, passing crazy laws trying to prevent the crimes and the crack dealing 8) Mass incarceration exploded in the US, destroying good samaritan families 9) Black people once more oppresed by the white man and the State taking ZERO responsibility for their actions and choices.. Enjoy it!

    • Adéla Drahokoupilová

      Adéla Drahokoupilová

      Acum o Zi

      Well said! ! Nobody said. Man, it was my fault, I started using crack. NOBODY!

    • BP

      BP

      Acum 2 Zile

      @esaesa07 Ok.

    • esaesa07

      esaesa07

      Acum 2 Zile

      Its kinda comical how you people get triggered over the truth, that can easily be double fact checked, then you start to create your own fallacies that don't even make sense to back your delusions. Just like the rest of your world white history!

  29. Steve Beutelspacher

    Steve Beutelspacher

    Acum 4 Zile

    What a heartbreaking story that was. At least the truth about the destructive US Government policies has been revealed for those that wish to see it.

  30. Timeshifter VNB

    Timeshifter VNB

    Acum 4 Zile

    That notif telling me that this is not appropriate for some ages, hahaha should've applied that during NARCOS hahaha coz ive watched it all already

  31. Marief Ellemberg

    Marief Ellemberg

    Acum 4 Zile

    Crack take life ,soul et lamour DONT TOUCHE...NEVER JE CRIE JAMAIS A CA. RIP read again

  32. Hades Inferno

    Hades Inferno

    Acum 4 Zile

    What documentary garbage. 1) Being poor is not synonymous with being a drug addict. You can't blame poverty or your childhood traumas for selling a child for $ 20 worth of drugs. You are the only one responsible for your bad decisions. 2) The culture of drug use began in the 60s with the counterculture. That is the cause of all evil. 3) It is unfortunate to reduce a complex economic and social problem such as drugs into a subject of racism and hatred towards the United States.

    • Hades Inferno

      Hades Inferno

      Acum 12 ore

      @Jacob ForrestThe culprits of drug trafficking are drug addicts and the culture of drug use in the United States. When you get a line of cocaine, you are killing people in Latin America and the United States. Stop using drugs and the problem is over. Reagan didn't invent cocaine, you guys get high long before Reagan was president and before the first gram of cocaine was produced in Colombia. Drug trafficking exists because it is necessary to supply US demand. The other possibility is to legalize cocaine around the world and that would end violence and save lives, but devastate entire countries. Colombia is not a consumer country and suffers from the violence produced by drug trafficking, so it is convenient for Colombia to legalize it to end the violence. However, I have seen what cocaine does in consuming countries like the United States and that is like a weapon of mass destruction. No consuming country in Europe or North America is ever going to legalize hard drugs like cocaine or heroin.

    • Hades Inferno

      Hades Inferno

      Acum 12 ore

      @Jacob Forrest I am Colombian and there is no country that has suffered more from drug trafficking than Colombia and I assure you that this is a problem of the market and of supply and demand. The cocaine market was created by you during the 60s with the hippies and the counter culture, in Colombia cocaine was not known. Drug trafficking exists because it is extremely lucrative and is supported by the demand of the US and a young Colombian without having to finish high school can become a millionaire in a matter of a couple of years by sending cocaine to the US.

    • Jacob Forrest

      Jacob Forrest

      Acum 12 ore

      LMAOOOO good job ignoring that the Reagan administration was involved in cocaine trafficking at the same time it escalated the “war on drugs”. You really the purpose of the drug war was to end drug abuse? 😂

  33. Brian barnes

    Brian barnes

    Acum 4 Zile

    I'm from Harlem and I loves me some crack

  34. T

    T

    Acum 4 Zile

    Lol they call it bill clintons 93 crime bill, Joe Biden wrote it, owns it as his in many videos, even admits eventually it was a mistake, also he gives credit to the Democrats for the law enforcement from 60's to mid 90's

  35. Kaitos

    Kaitos

    Acum 4 Zile

    God Bless America

  36. Transmitter

    Transmitter

    Acum 4 Zile

    I find it shocking how many people are denying the huge involvment of the US government into the crack cocaine epidemic during the eighties and even labeling it as a cheap conspiracy theory. There was an official committee report lead by John Kerry in 1985. "The report found that "the Contra drug links included... Payments to drug traffickers by the U.S. State Department of funds authorized by the Congress for humanitarian assistance to the Contras, in some cases after the traffickers had been indicted by federal law enforcement agencies on drug charges, in others while traffickers were under active investigation by these same agencies." You can google it in a couple of minutes.

  37. Marsha Morrison

    Marsha Morrison

    Acum 4 Zile

    I remember growing up and my friends mothers were smoking crack in the bedroom and all of us playing video games in the living room!

  38. Old School4848

    Old School4848

    Acum 4 Zile

    Worst documentary ever, turned it off after 10 mins, Netflix trying to blame a drug pandemic on racism, what a crock of shit - clear application of critical race theory, sorry, i ain’t buying it!!

  39. Smells like teen Hitler

    Smells like teen Hitler

    Acum 4 Zile

    Just watched this doco. I’m still blown away by the racist language that Netflix seems to find acceptable. “People of colour” my god, people still talk like that? That phrase is exactly two words too long. Just “people” is sufficient. No need to reduce human beings to something as arbitrary as skin colour ffs

    • Smells like teen Hitler

      Smells like teen Hitler

      Acum 4 Zile

      @Sir Solid Snail The specific community of people who were effected by crack had this characteristic in common : they dealt, used (or were related to someone doing either ) crack cocaine. Whatever race the users and dealers were is only important to racists.

    • Sir Solid Snail

      Sir Solid Snail

      Acum 4 Zile

      I think it's legit to use to emphasize the institutional racism against a specific community.

  40. sophia winters

    sophia winters

    Acum 4 Zile

    I saw people talking about @Dumps_lord on telegram, I tried it and he’s legit and good,got my CC immediately after payment

  41. Bob Holness

    Bob Holness

    Acum 4 Zile

    I would love to know why this documentary does not show Michael Ruppert (white man) former La narcotics detective who blew the whistle for the American government shipping cocaine. All in front of the CIA director.

  42. Noi Soudarack

    Noi Soudarack

    Acum 5 Zile

    I'm confused, the documentary appears to me that Netflix is trying to PROMOTE the use of CRACK? Crack has caused a huge epidemic of crime, illnesses and prostitution. IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN BANNED! it's highly addictive and it seems like the narrative of Netflix is trying to say it's not such a bad drug.. ?!?!?!

    • Janice Grant

      Janice Grant

      Acum 3 Zile

      Nope this is not in any way a promotion of a highly addictive substance. This documentary include offers lots of perspectives testimonials of ex addicts, ex dealers, journalists, politicians, law enforcement. Yeah celebrities took cocaine and some took crack like Richard Pryor did. He freebased crack with ether and the pipe exploded setting him on fire. This documentary shows how and why crack became epidemic and ravaged black families in the inner cities No rehabilitation treatment or better paying jobs was offered. Instead harsher laws and mass incarceration in the prison system. Netflix was not trying to glamourize or promote any drugs. That would not be cool. Recommended viewing.

  43. Fresh Xan

    Fresh Xan

    Acum 5 Zile

    When white people were using crack and cocaine,nobody says shit and it’s cool but when black people use it,they get beat up and life time in jail,even the ones that don’t use get sentenced,we have a long way to equality but we’ll get there one day✊🏽

  44. Dogs Best friend

    Dogs Best friend

    Acum 5 Zile

    It's a great documentary about not taking accountability for your actions and blaming the govt for personal choices they made while selling to your own community and destroying each other

    • Yung Mil

      Yung Mil

      Acum 4 Zile

      That still doesn’t make the government right in what they did .

  45. Jorge Rios

    Jorge Rios

    Acum 5 Zile

    So watching this movie and basically all the black people on the documentary saying it’s the white mans fault. Um but all the dealers where black so things haven’t changed I guess. All the white mans fault never take any responsibility which is what I always have gotten upset.

  46. anwjuice

    anwjuice

    Acum 5 Zile

    Wow talk about BS,as a white man I'm tired of being blamed for every bad thing that happens to blacks. Here some facts for you 1) whites had been doing coke for over 60 years at this point. They just sniffed it. 2) a black male decided I'm going sale this new variation of the drug because if is cheaper, remember a black male did this and they still blame whitey 3) it was coming from south america, those people are not white but I guess to some they are 4) whites tried to help out by handing out long drug sentences but when they did that it was racist. Just no winning with some And I'm sick and tired of being grouped into the responsible group just because I'm white, I'm a proud white man and I guess that makes me racist then so be it.blacks can be proud to be black, hispanics can be proud to be hispanic but if you proud to be white you are racist. I'm done with this narrative, I'm no trump supporter either I hate that guy but I'm sick and tired of being blamed for every bad thing that has happened to blacks before I was even old enough to know about it. So Im going get a shirt that says proud to be white and if that offends and of y'all step up and do something about it

    • Smells like teen Hitler

      Smells like teen Hitler

      Acum 4 Zile

      Shits complicated. Unfortunately, there are some very lazy and very dumb people out there who want an easy answer. That’s why they want to blame person-of-certain-skin-colour for all their problems. Happens amongst all types of people. Nothing wrong with being born into any skin colour, so if you’re proud of yours, that’s fine.

  47. Spotty Blanks

    Spotty Blanks

    Acum 6 Zile

    This doco is just sad but very eye opening.

  48. Emmett J Williams

    Emmett J Williams

    Acum 6 Zile

    God Help Me!!!

  49. christelleloiseau

    christelleloiseau

    Acum 6 Zile

    quelqu'un peut me donner le titre de la musique?

  50. gord

    gord

    Acum 7 Zile

    Cant people see that this is just a part of the big NWO/ Illuminati conspiracy. Another fine example of thieves and liars from the higher echelons of society using their vast power and influence to destroy society. They have to do this in order to bring in they're own version of utopia, with themselves as the the supreme rulers of course. sounds more like dystopia to me, but hey what do I know? I'm just a conspiracy kook.

  51. Marsha Morrison

    Marsha Morrison

    Acum 7 Zile

    Y'all think that the communities in Scarborough Ontario Canada was affected as well! I remember seeing crackheads in my neighborhood in the 80s 90s 2000s.... ! Those stories about Rick James and Charlie Murphy, Eddie Murphy it's all true stories! Rick James punched Charlie Murphy in the forehead in the club... True stories about partying at the clubs... Land of the Lost!

  52. Kim_f D

    Kim_f D

    Acum 7 Zile

    Just say no to drugs kids (" Nancy Reagan") endorse by Ronnie Reagan!!

  53. T Ruff

    T Ruff

    Acum 7 Zile

    If you want to be nothing in life smoke crack

    • Emmett J Williams

      Emmett J Williams

      Acum 6 Zile

      DEEP****

  54. Ma Da

    Ma Da

    Acum 7 Zile

    00:15 ¡Don Ramón! sal de ahí. Esa no es tu familia. Con razón se veía bien cricoso.

  55. Little hands gives Covfefe

    Little hands gives Covfefe

    Acum 7 Zile

    Joe Rogan is watching this doc right now!

  56. the King

    the King

    Acum 7 Zile

    cocaine is better than crack. also,you get less sentence using the fist one

  57. Mafia Ra

    Mafia Ra

    Acum 7 Zile

    This documentary was made for suburban white people obviously Bc we as black people already know this was put in place by Regan & The CIA 🤷🏾‍♂️ This was Chemical Warfare....They got wealthy off of it & we suffered

    • Mafia Ra

      Mafia Ra

      Acum 4 Zile

      @Sir Solid Snail No doubt bro 💯💪🏾

    • Mafia Ra

      Mafia Ra

      Acum 4 Zile

      @anwjuice hmmm cultural vulture, coming from a Neanderthal? Whose has done nothing but destroy the planet & have disregard for Nature & The life of Aboriginal people all over the planet? And takes all their ideas & thoughts....💯🤷🏾‍♂️

    • Sir Solid Snail

      Sir Solid Snail

      Acum 4 Zile

      I'm white but from Germany. This docu teached me a lot about institutional racism in the US. What I took from this is even important in my Country, because we also have conservative assholes which still criminalize drug addicts, instead of helping them.

    • anwjuice

      anwjuice

      Acum 5 Zile

      STFU racist clown. You got name mafia in your name so please take that out. Don't be a culture vulture. Mafia is itilian and those are white people so please stop stealibg from us you dang culture vultures

  58. Lyric Bryanna

    Lyric Bryanna

    Acum 7 Zile

    Is it just me or did this trailer make anyone else feel like doin some coke lol?

  59. C Hopkins Hickman

    C Hopkins Hickman

    Acum 7 Zile

    “Just say no, what’s so hard about that” -Dave Chappelle

    • Marsha Morrison

      Marsha Morrison

      Acum 4 Zile

      It's not abt saying no! It's abt having respect for yourself and not giving into pure pressure!

    • the King

      the King

      Acum 7 Zile

      calling out those whites addicted to Opioid nowadays.

  60. rachid

    rachid

    Acum 7 Zile

    the chap in the docu ,cause of the cuban embargo says ,for "a period a time you coudnt get a si ngle cuban cigar in the us ,but says everyweek tons of cocaine was getting through no worries ,thats the brutal narrative

    • Hades Inferno

      Hades Inferno

      Acum 4 Zile

      It is simply the superiority of the private sector over the public sector. In communist Cuba the tobacco factories are in the hands of the state and they are a disaster, not even Cubans can buy tobacco. Instead, cocaine was handled by private illegal Colombian organizations.

  61. Critical Thinking

    Critical Thinking

    Acum 7 Zile

    I couldn't watch this shit it's a nightmare

  62. miloshsh

    miloshsh

    Acum 7 Zile

    If you can make crack from cocaine in your house, and its so much cheaper to get real high, better than cocaine, it is totally natural to spread in the suburbs , ghettos and amongst poor people .. There is no much space for conspiracy ..

  63. Reviewer

    Reviewer

    Acum 8 Zile

    facts - america is built on hardworking american who have nothing to do with crime but they are the victim of elite of america who make money by looting hardworking honest citizens by way of heavy tax, supplying drugs, and labeling certain commnity for everything that is wrong with the great democratic country. people should rethink and make good choices for politicians who will work and not rule people of america. for that unity is required by every sect of people in america. god bless hard working honest citizens for a better living and safe place to have a good standard of life.

  64. Gidion Chester

    Gidion Chester

    Acum 8 Zile

    Film nya bagus 👍👍👍

  65. Tom Coolman

    Tom Coolman

    Acum 8 Zile

    This is a hell of a good docu on former people either being consumer of the drug "Crack" or dealers in the 80, when Crack overflodded the US! It's very sad especially the ending what people lost because of the poison drug called "Crack" and a US Government & the CIA who had their hands in some dirty shit and lying to the people and especially the black community! Netflix hits the spot with really good docus!

    • zinab2blessa

      zinab2blessa

      Acum 5 Zile

      Totally. It was so hard to watch. The government allowed this to happen, then turned around and punished people instead of helping them. All those years poor people were being mistreated and men and women were thrown into jail for DECADES for carrying small amounts of d rugs. It was brutal. Yet it was easier to pin it as "inner city people being out of control" and spreading more lies. The story of the woman that her Dr. turned her in was painful. I also feel so bad for all the young men who went to jail because of what the police implanted!

  66. Marlene Boyd

    Marlene Boyd

    Acum 8 Zile

    LOOK WHAT THE DUMMICRATS HAVE DONE TO OUR BLACK COMMUNITIES

  67. Gian Raptor

    Gian Raptor

    Acum 8 Zile

    WOOP ! WOOP ! That’s the Sound of da Police! Amazing Documentary

    • Gian Raptor

      Gian Raptor

      Acum 3 Zile

      @A.T. I don’t know what you talking about, i enjoyed the documentary!

    • A.T.

      A.T.

      Acum 4 Zile

      Shit "documentary" I don't want your emotional white man bad. I want a good documentary.

  68. Antena Viva

    Antena Viva

    Acum 8 Zile

    usa quem é jovem em formação de sua personalidade, os que possuem personalidade tem outros objetivos. Eu sempre uso a ficção para imaginar um mundo sem remédios, porem sei que o vício poderia ser outro. A dependência é parte do pecado, da desordem, da fraqueza egoísta e do desejo sem domínio próprio.

    • La Db

      La Db

      Acum 7 Zile

      Nao invente, muitos adultos usavam drogras para fugir da realidade, da mesma maneira que varios adultos e idosos fumam cigarros. É pra fugir da realidade,para isso são usadas drogas.

  69. Rick Hunter

    Rick Hunter

    Acum 8 Zile

    A documentary trying to blame your crack problem on Iran-Contra and Nicaragua It's never my fault it's always someone else's Trying to get some of the opiate money go for it the only way you can get rich these days

  70. JawsJaws

    JawsJaws

    Acum 8 Zile

    Don't do drugs.

  71. Jaquariuss Quontavious Jermichael Jr

    Jaquariuss Quontavious Jermichael Jr

    Acum 8 Zile

    And never once have I ever heard in a documentary any black people taking accountability or responsibility for the position they are in it's always the white man's fault

    • nol x

      nol x

      Acum o Zi

      Actually I heard several people acknowledge they were wrong but of course you didn't hear it.

    • Kim_f D

      Kim_f D

      Acum 7 Zile

      It's was the white men fault how else would it come to America black people was poor had no plane to fly anything into America

  72. Jaquariuss Quontavious Jermichael Jr

    Jaquariuss Quontavious Jermichael Jr

    Acum 8 Zile

    That's right Netflix you just keep up pandering the racist propaganda it is possible to make a documentary without forcing false narratives down everyone's throat I'm not racist Netflix and no matter how much you keep trying to tell me I am I will never be

  73. Davion Flick Star

    Davion Flick Star

    Acum 8 Zile

    Anyone here because of snowfall

  74. D. Wozniak

    D. Wozniak

    Acum 9 Zile

    I ❤DRAKS

  75. Ashwani gupta

    Ashwani gupta

    Acum 9 Zile

    MKULTRA search for it google you will know more

  76. Kamilo Lisac

    Kamilo Lisac

    Acum 9 Zile

    How much for gram of crack these days?

    • Mariama-Lola Bah

      Mariama-Lola Bah

      Acum 6 Zile

      FBI, yes, this man right here

  77. CRTLRT

    CRTLRT

    Acum 9 Zile

    What's the name of the music please ?

    • Garrick Gregory

      Garrick Gregory

      Acum 8 Zile

      It’s like that By Run DMC

  78. Ms M

    Ms M

    Acum 9 Zile

    Chemical and Spiritual warfare ☹

    • A.T.

      A.T.

      Acum 4 Zile

      The black dealers dealt to black communities. This was a chemical civil warfare.

  79. Scott F

    Scott F

    Acum 9 Zile

    Solid thumbs down

    • Naibylicious 777

      Naibylicious 777

      Acum 8 Zile

      Solid ignorance 🙄

  80. risk603

    risk603

    Acum 9 Zile

    More anti-republican propaganda, why not do a documentary ,on how Netflix promotes Child Pornography..???

  81. istillsuckatguitar

    istillsuckatguitar

    Acum 9 Zile

    I'm guessing Netflix will politely leave the CIA out of this. Remember Gary Webb.

  82. Wale

    Wale

    Acum 9 Zile

    Snowfall

  83. Tim Google Boland

    Tim Google Boland

    Acum 9 Zile

    disappointed: no different than the crack documentaries from 20 years ago....no new insights or honesty at all

  84. Cheximus

    Cheximus

    Acum 9 Zile

    Do white people not use crack cocaine? Why is this specifically a black problem? Or is this just 2020 woke Netflix?

    • Cheximus

      Cheximus

      Acum 4 Zile

      @dangerislander Dunno, depends who was dealing it? I watched half of it but turned it off. Zzzzzzz

    • dangerislander

      dangerislander

      Acum 6 Zile

      So then why was 2 thirds of crack users white people yet it was majority of black people arrested and put in jail?

  85. Conny

    Conny

    Acum 9 Zile

    just saw it.. well.. around 40 minutes of it. It's a lot of White man bad and Black man oppressed. If you want to see a good documentary about the cocaine epidemic go see Cocaine Cowboys from 2006.

    • Naibylicious 777

      Naibylicious 777

      Acum 8 Zile

      Clearly you missed the point of the entire documentary 🤦🏻‍♀️ Just go and get your COVID-19 vaccine okay 🙄

    • Davion Flick Star

      Davion Flick Star

      Acum 8 Zile

      ...... um that’s exactly what it was like back in the 80s.....

  86. Pat Mar

    Pat Mar

    Acum 10 Zile

    chemical warfare on black communities, because somehow black people were forced to sell it and smoke it, kiss my ass

  87. Jeff Mille

    Jeff Mille

    Acum 11 Zile

    got some top shelf fire 🔥 indoors quality buds was wondering if yall interested in getting some?? Contact : Snapchat- jeffmille2020 Instagram- Jeff.mille2020 Twitter- Jeff Mille ( @jeffmille6 )

  88. Zulu

    Zulu

    Acum 12 Zile

    “The drug so powerful, it will make you sell the clothes off your back.” Oh damn shit, that's deep.

    • Marsha Morrison

      Marsha Morrison

      Acum 4 Zile

      There's people out there that would sell their own children etc.

    • Typecast

      Typecast

      Acum 9 Zile

      Selling the clothes of your back is a common saying.. Nothing profound or deep about it.

  89. Zachary Zarko

    Zachary Zarko

    Acum 13 Zile

    Ford, Nixon, and Reagan flooded Black communities with cocaine and used the money to fund paramilitary operations in Central and South America. Then they launched the "War on Drugs." Republicans have a long and storied history of destroying lives - and it continues to this day.

    • Kevin Walker

      Kevin Walker

      Acum o Zi

      not to mention everything clinton did too. they’re all monsters on both sides

  90. JJSmalls

    JJSmalls

    Acum 16 Zile

    Cuties is still on Netflix. I'm not going to resubscribe until that garbage is taken off the platform.

  91. Ed Mabe

    Ed Mabe

    Acum 16 Zile

    Did the government make them smoke it too?

    • Naibylicious 777

      Naibylicious 777

      Acum 8 Zile

      @ Biff Foxglove Did the prostitute get raped? 🙄🙄

    • Alpha08 Brother

      Alpha08 Brother

      Acum 16 Zile

      So the evil act is excusable, got it 😈

  92. Nubia Nubia

    Nubia Nubia

    Acum 16 Zile

    Let me get the popcorn ready. I am watching this documentary from beginning to end.

  93. super Felipe Studios

    super Felipe Studios

    Acum 16 Zile

    Brought to you by Ronald meth Donald

    • super Felipe Studios

      super Felipe Studios

      Acum 16 Zile

      Paradise PD reference

  94. seraphin argentoratum

    seraphin argentoratum

    Acum 23 Zile

    Music ?

    • DOMINATION

      DOMINATION

      Acum 11 Zile

      "Its like that"

  95. lexian tv

    lexian tv

    Acum 25 Zile

    Exporting pure coca message me on whatsapp +639517839314

  96. Visual Reaction

    Visual Reaction

    Acum 26 Zile

    Seems interesting, only question I have is *WHY ARE BLACKS STILL TILL THIS DAY STILL GLMORIZING AND GLORFYING IT THROUGH MUSIC* how many more years till they say enough, and start condemning drugs like the Hispanic culture does.

    • Naibylicious 777

      Naibylicious 777

      Acum 8 Zile

      Because greed doesn’t care about condemning anything. As long as their (black artists) bank accounts are growing no longer do values exist for these so called musicians even if it means sacrificing their own communities.

    • roxarecool

      roxarecool

      Acum 24 Zile

      Exactly.

    • Visual Reaction

      Visual Reaction

      Acum 25 Zile

      @TRG -750 explain lil baby, da baby, future, Gucci mane... the list goes on. And on

    • TRG -750

      TRG -750

      Acum 25 Zile

      Nah lol

  97. My account

    My account

    Acum 28 Zile

    Watched this,,complete garbage and propaganda to spread hatred and racism. Dont wast your time.

    • ss RR

      ss RR

      Acum 5 Zile

      You sound very sensitive

  98. Dc A-N-D-Y

    Dc A-N-D-Y

    Acum lună

    The cia put drugs in the inner city. Poor people didn’t have plan so theirs no way they could bring drugs to America

  99. Sherry Bedwell

    Sherry Bedwell

    Acum lună

    Crack the drug so addictive it will make you sell the clothes off your back

    • Tony Smith

      Tony Smith

      Acum 25 Zile

      It def is. When my wife gave me the pipe back then it turned into a wkend of smoking

  100. dildo swaggins

    dildo swaggins

    Acum lună

    Im just here for the bitches

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