If there is really a country in the world that has achieved zero tolerance for drugs, it must be China, and if the people of any country have generally formed a sense of resisting drugs, it must be the Chinese people.
People will not forget that what broke the dream of a heavenly kingdom and forced China into the Opium War was a flower called "Afurong". Opium made from it will erode people's minds and shrink people's flesh when smoked. After spreading among the army, the soldiers "could not train and could not fight," and seeing that the Western powers were about to win without a fight, fortunately people with insight into the righteousness of the nation were willing to go to the soup and make a mistake, and the Humen tobacco sale initiated by Lin Zexu a hundred years ago also officially declared the determination of the Chinese nation not to succumb to aggression.
"Drug trafficking in China is more dangerous than being a mercenary" has become the consensus of drug traffickers who vainly try to transport drugs into the mainland. The Chinese government's attitude towards drug trafficking by foreign personnel on the mainland has a deterrent effect on the whole world, and even "the prime minister intercedes and the president writes a letter" can not shake the Chinese government's determination to bring criminals to justice. And the once arrogant drug dealers have gradually realized that this is a land that will not allow drugs to be harmful.
Nevertheless, in the face of the temptation of several times or even dozens of times the profit, there are still groups of people who choose to take risks. On the border, anti-narcotics police, customs, and border soldiers, in the face of vicious drug traffickers, they used their lives to defend our country and people from drugs, and also paid the price of blood and tears. In the TV series "Soldier Assault", Wu Zhe, who performed the task of A Group for the first time, couldn't control his physiological reaction and vomited after killing a drug dealer, but with strong self-regulation ability, he calmly asked Yuan Lang how many people can be harmed by the powder of ten horses, and Yuan Lang told him that there were many, many, astronomical amounts. At that moment, Wu Zhe not only completed the psychological construction of becoming a special soldier, but also strengthened his determination to fight drug traffickers.
41 years old, which is the average age of anti-narcotics police officers who died in the line of duty. They do extremely dangerous things and are respected by countless people, but they cannot publish a little information in public. "Every penny spent on drugs becomes a bullet directed at the anti-narcotics police." Drug control is not only a matter for the state, the government and anti-narcotics personnel, but also our common responsibility. For a long time, launching the people's war against narcotics has been a successful practice of giving full play to China's institutional and political advantages, mobilizing forces from all quarters to work together to solve the narcotics problem, and is a magic weapon for the continuous victory of the anti-narcotics struggle.
Fortunately, Chinese people have not allowed drugs to infiltrate our lives. Whether it is a family or two generations who donated their lives for anti-drug control, or the police officers at the police station who woke up by drug dealers several times to ask about the safety of their teammates, or the taxi drivers who found that the passengers were drug dealers and drove their cars to the police station without hesitation, they are all using their own actions to interpret the hatred and hatred of drugs, and also highlight the anti-drug awareness engraved in Chinese bones.