Fair Trade Cocaine
Mexico has a serious issue with drug gangs. The source of the issue is cocaine users in the USA and the like. One possible approach is decriminalizing and setting up fair trade cocaine companies that take the profit and racketeering out of the trade. Another approach is informing users about the corruption of drug lords. If the latter is unrealistic from the demand side, then the supply side fair trade could be used. Private security forces would be needed. The legalization aspect is obvious, but this route apparently faces a serious conflict of interest from companies and politicians that profit from making drugs illegal. Illegal means a smaller supply, which is another manifestation of the current system of Scarcity-Based Economics which relies on keeping the supply down, same as with the 'housing crisis.'