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Former cocaine smuggler Pieter Tritton speaks to insider about his experience and how cocaine smuggling works.
Pieter began his journey as a small time drug dealer in the UK. He says that the illegal rave scene in the UK and lack of funding as a university student drove him to sell drugs on a larger scale. Pieter's operation eventually supplied many big time dealers in the UK. He then began importing cocaine from Ecuador to Europe through a cartel connection. Pieter was arrested in Ecuador and sentenced to 12 years in one of the worlds most violent and corrupt prisons. He now works as a public speaker on the dangers of drugs, and also presents a show on local radio station “incapable staircase” every Friday from 4-5:30 pm GMT.
0:00 Introduction
0:48 Cocaine Farming and Processing
3:08 The Trafficking
7:30 The Extraction
8:05 The Buying
9:05 The Supply Chain
9:57 The Aftermath
11:10 The New Market
14:34 The Backstory
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@catyatzee4143 2 yıl önce
I had a professor who used to send chemicals needed to make artificial sweeteners to Bogota that happened to be a white powder. Every shipment, without fail, was flagged because it was suspected to be cocaine, and every time my professor was like “WHY WOULD I BE SENDING COCAINE *TO* COLOMBIA”
@lillylee2410 2 yıl önce
@candice44441 2 yıl önce
It’s Colombia and yes they have to check for that stuff anyways because there is so much trafficking going on and the Colombian government is very strict on what enters and leaves the country, however most of the coke is passed through the ocean among other forms.
@rock2thakell 2 yıl önce
@toomessy 2 yıl önce
I hate to be that person, but many Colombians hate it whenever people write it as "Columbia"! So, just a heads up.
@twentytwo138 2 yıl önce
@@toomessy In my language we call it Kolumbija. Accept it.
@Ryan-pq6ej Yıl önce
For someone who's essentially a hardened criminal, and who has been imprisoned in some of the worst living conditions on the planet, this gentlemen seems extremely articulate, intelligent and very down to earth.
@aarondavis8943 Yıl önce
That's why he was good at it. There are so many morons in the drug business, people covered in tattoos who might as well wear a sign on their head saying "I'm a crim: arrest me".
@TIOLIOfficial Yıl önce
I mean, he wasn't called "Posh Pete" for no reason.
@raraavis7782 Yıl önce
I know. He's the epitome of the 'nice neighbor', no one would ever suspect...👀
@northside4767 Yıl önce
Drug trafficking is business. He’s a business man.
He did go to university
@kevinmccabe7263 Yıl önce
"Prisons are the finishing schools of crime..." wow, just an incredible quote
I aint agree with that... If you go to prison probibly you didnt learn your homework good...if you go to prison you failed at the crime school!
@Roy-rr5ds Yıl önce
Ask someone who has done a long stretch if they feel the same way. More like a life changing experience. Probably less cruel to kill the criminal.
@@Roy-rr5ds I served 9.5yrs in federal prison in one stretch, but a total of 15yrs all told during my adult life … plus 9mths in juvenile detention at 15yrs old. The 24/7 close quarters experience conditioned myself to unwittingly undergo a lifestyle metamorphosis that I still continue on the outside to this very day. My psychiatrist refers to me as an “highly intelligent, hyper vigilant, high functioning sociopath with an exceptional aptitude for violence, in all forms, when confronted with a perceived threat.” It reads like the plot of a horror movie, but I keep to myself, actually preferring solitude and am loyal to a fault to a person whom I trust. He also informed me, regarding my affliction, i.e. Antisocial Personality Disorder (specifically sociopathy) that sociopaths are bred and psychopaths are born ... hence I’m a product of my environment (interestingly, I was relentlessly and ruthlessly bullied for years by a group of older students at the private boy’s college I attended in my youth). Alternatively, a psychopath has area-specific impaired brain functioning existing from birth ... in all probability, a genetically inherited condition. I only did approximately 10yrs at once, but I know blokes whom have done a lot longer and still have a lot longer to go. The long term and lasting effects of serving significant prison time is famously referred to as being “institutionalised”. You’re on the money about many inmates preferring death and suicide is no easy task in maximum security. Many achieve that goal once freed. Edit : Fun Fact Lifers in Australia mockingly refer to serving 10yrs as having only done a “brick”.
@lalosamu Yıl önce
@@Virvum_Juggernaut that's crazy I don't think people serving longer makes it better that you only served 10 years I am 18 and I will probably do like 1 week in juvie in September time to move smarter
@thomasmeyer7793 Yıl önce
Go in with a degree in marijuana and come out with a PHD in cocaine.
I was mesmerized with the interview of Posh Pete.. He is so down to earth.. He just explained 100% truly why war on drugs can't be won, and how we can stop it forever... Respect.. I wish corrupt government officials would think like him.. *Prisons are the finishing schools of crime* should also be a slogan... Thanks Mr Pieter Tritton and Insider for this awesome interview..
@citizenkane2349 Yıl önce
Notice how he said countries with harsh punishments and death sentences are a big no no? Yeah, that's how we stop it forever.
@Eruntano42 Yıl önce
@@citizenkane2349 People do drugs there too and it gets smuggled in. It's just that you need a larger operation (i.e. more bribe money) to make it work. He said his was small so he probably didn't have the resources. Harsh sentences just make the criminals think harder and be more creative.
@flyszn9235 Yıl önce
@@citizenkane2349 good why don't you go live there than bootlicker
@PK-ts8iz Yıl önce
​@@citizenkane2349 It's amazing how people like you receive all this good information and yet get all the wrong messages from it. Precisely the reason why we can't actually have positive change in this world.
@BH-po6wu Yıl önce
He is spot on why the government doesn't actually want to stop drugs. The revenue is to great for them. Drugs have their own economic ecosystem.
@NetTubeUser Yıl önce
How do you know that? Do you believe what you just said for a minute? Who are you to say that? What do you do in this life? What is your place in this society to affirm such strong accusations?
Umm, the government is not your friend. They do not care about you. They care about money and how they will profit. If they got rid of drugs completely, what would the DEA do? What would hospitals and rehabs do without addicts? The fact of the matter is that mind altering substances will always be around and what better way to make money than by capitalizing on it through law enforcement. It's the American mafia. Think about it. They get pissed when the Italian mafia beats them at their own game. Still, when you boil it all down, most governments are the biggest forms of mafia that exist.
@NetTubeUser Yıl önce
@@punishedexistence _"Umm, the government is not your friend. They don't care about you."_ Well, it depends on what state you live in, man. That's just your personal opinion. No personal projection, and don't make your case and your personal belief a generalization, please.
@rinmeng Yıl önce
@@NetTubeUser 🤓
@JONNYfromPONTY Yıl önce
Government make more in taxes and fines through cps etc for simple things like having a spliff.
@Jdoczterz Yıl önce
This is one of the best, eye-opening and honest interview I have ever watched regarding a serious global issue. Congratulations on getting your life back and thanks for sharing your story. Kudos to the Insider team, too, for getting this masterpiece out 👍🏻👏🏻
@sirskeptic 2 yıl önce
"There's a huge business in keeping it illegal" - the most thought provoking line in the video.
In London Cocaine is staple food.
@msspynoodle6505 2 yıl önce
You never thought of that?
@justinmanser7525 2 yıl önce
Oliver North, if you remember the Iran Contra investigation... It was stated that he did indeed trade weapons for cocaine, the media kinda focused on everything else
@louisvuitton6821 2 yıl önce
@Shad rocks Yes same with the pandemic they want this bullshit to stick around as long as possible not just because of the vaccine money but also for the ''emergency situation'' exective orders mandates and extra powers they get
@agnidas5816 2 yıl önce
in Canada that is why weed was being kept illegal for so long. Some people in the highest places of government were busted in a large distribution ring bust with thousands of kilograms of weed being moved regularly...
@GT-fh5no Yıl önce
That was a great watch. Very intelligent, well spoken and honest. His points on legalising by taking the financial gain away and therfore the motivation is absolutely spot on. Glad he made it out the other side.
@JB-ti7bl Yıl önce
CA & OR have legalized weed. Has that stopped illegal grows and the use of basically slave labor trafficked from Central America? ANSWER...No.
@seriouscat2231 Yıl önce
In comparison, problem with prostitution is that the demand will always exceed the legal supply, so there would always be human trafficking. Problem with street drugs is the connection between drug use and social isolation that is independent of any law. See Bruce K. Alexander.
@miker8445 Yıl önce
Why is he “called, posh Pete’s and the people who sell it at street level thugs? I see so many racially tinged comments about the street level distributors, but not with guys like this. Seems like a culture problem with people like Pete.
@@m4nman Hey Siri, how many deaths occur from alcohol annually in the united states?
@anacc3257 Yıl önce
He literally says early on that he actively avoided the countries where trafficking gets the death sentence. It's not a coincidence that the same countries have gotten rid of the drug trade and consumption to a large degree. Countries that have legalized the trade haven't removed the trafficking networks and use has increased. People in these comments only hear and what they want to hear because they've got an agenda.
@The_Captainn Yıl önce
I was a trafficker in California, and while I was closer to street level my experiences are similar to this guys. I never got caught because I realized when it was time to get out and took my chance, but he's right about the need to legalize it. Personally, I think it needs to be decriminalized instead, but that's for the public to decide. Just realize that "legal" and "illegal" still creates a market.
@joanofarc708 Yıl önce
They'll never stop it
@bored8624 Yıl önce
Of course there will still be an illegal market but it’s undeniably smaller than a legal one would be. There are cities across the US that have been absolutely swallowed by hard drugs with people openly using on the streets. It’s pretty clear that people just aren’t responsible enough to fully legalize drugs. Not only that but there’s little to no practical use for meth, cocaine, heroin, etc.
@bryangiron5354 Yıl önce
Legalizing won’t do much because people in Cali still rather buy weed in the streets because how much the taxes are. I agree with decriminalization, I feel it be more effective and if they do legalize then don’t tax it as much.
@@bored8624 I'm glad you told that Joe Biden loving gun banning clown off....
@brendan6808 Yıl önce
Death penalty or decriminalize.... I think cocaine takes advantage of our nervous system and anyone bringing it in to our people deserve death. Think of how much chemicals you put into people bodies. Despicable
@badaboom5830 Yıl önce
I hope the best for this gentlemen, I'm happy that he's able to tell his story and make an impact by telling his story and giving people insight into the destruction and turmoil that these kinds of businesses create throughout all walks of life.
@tsmeman63 Yıl önce
Gentleman?! He’s a selfish bastard who was part of a murdering machine that ruined the lives of thousands of people (not just the drug addicts, but their families too). After his first arrest he should’ve used his time in prison to think about the reason he was arrested: his actions caused harm to other people, but he couldn’t care less. He continued his criminal life. He’s no gentleman and doesn’t deserve a stage, or people buying his books or seeing his movie or series! I hope no filmmaker helps him out with this! They should have kept him for life in that prison in Ecuador!
@badaboom5830 Yıl önce
@@tsmeman63 How much suffering does an individual need to have before you're content with the punishment? How much good does he need to offer after the punishment for you to be forgiving? If good intentions concluding the time served aren't enough and you structure your judgment in a way that is motivated simply by an empathetic nature, what's to come of those who do the same crime, get the same punishment but are to be better individuals than this gentlemen? Does that just not matter?
@mio2540 Yıl önce
@@badaboom5830 its immaturity. hes not on that point in life where you realize that revenge doesnt bring you any satisfaction.
@michaelholder98 Yıl önce
This type of stuff prob persuades more people from doing the drug and/or getting into the involvement of handling it than it will do harm. We need more straight fact access to information like this across a variety of topics. Good work.
@mastergwaha Yıl önce
transparency and education about the facts/process is always good and why anything being 'sold' to you will hide them at any cost lol
@Wolf-hh4rv Yıl önce
Doing or not doing? Confusing
@Kburd-wr6dq Yıl önce
@@Wolf-hh4rv they said from doing.
@richinoable Yıl önce
I was going to do some crime, but then you shared my plan with everyone, even the cops. Thanks a LOT.
So no latex tents for you it is, eh mate? Try condoms
@Robin-sc1lf 2 yıl önce
He is just about the most unlikely kind of guy you'd expect to be heading up a multimillion pound cocaine trafficking ring. He looks like someone who'd run the local PC repair shop.
@fearGod8 2 yıl önce
All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God the rightousness of God is available through faith in Jesus Christ. there is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. in Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgivness of sins according to the riches of His grace.
@danielcohn6884 2 yıl önce
For those reasons, he's actually more or less exactly what I'd expect
@bigcity420 2 yıl önce
He didnt look like that 15 yrs ago.
@jakecloney4644 2 yıl önce
Its why the most valuable lesson in life is never judge a book by its cover. The least expected will be the one to blast your wig off
@MW3LikeABous 2 yıl önce
@@bigcity420 they showed a picture of him when he was younger in the video
@TIOLIOfficial Yıl önce
When a former international drug dealer who has seen so much blood, gore, violence and mayhem to the point of developing PTSD tells you that the only solution is full legalisation, you know you're doing everything wrong.
@chrisbaten1762 Yıl önce
There is another way….
@moii8457 Yıl önce
@@chrisbaten1762 👀👂
@chrisbaten1762 Yıl önce
@@moii8457 Jesus, He has set many people free from drug addiction. The church needs to step it up in the outreach.
@enderguz3213 Yıl önce
@@chrisbaten1762 kinda sad that u think that would help ngl
@chrisbaten1762 Yıl önce
@@enderguz3213 Why do you think thats sad? also what does ngl mean?
@Carl6801force Yıl önce
As someone who did cocaine 20 years ago, he is indeed correct about the quality of cocaine today. I never knew why however, only theories. Thank you for the info.
What about the quality? All I hear is that it’s nothing like it used to be with the ether
@Mike_Greentea 11 aylar önce
Plus now you have to worry about it being cut with fentanol. Not worth it give me a few beers and I'm happy!
@eithnemelee2997 6 aylar önce
Congratulations on 20 years of sobriety, that's a huge milestone and I wish you all the best.
I 100% agree with him about the war on drugs only ends when theyre legalized and taxed
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@oztriker026 Yıl önce
But unfortunately as he very well says it, it does benefit to a lot of people/companies/ governments as is
@leptir7110 22 gün önce
@JB-ef7ks Yıl önce
I used to buy from this guy back in the 80s till an ex girlfriend told on me. Good bloke to have on your side!! Much love Pete!! Glad to see you're doing well!!!
Cool, I really like Pete!
@thec313 25 gün önce
How old was he then? Like 10??
@uniquedaisy4224 13 gün önce
​@@thec313He said he was in college in the 70's so.
@arminislam6805 Yıl önce
He is def not the image of a drug dealer i had on my mind all this time- like just look at him- he straight out spits wisdom
@dancroitoru364 Yıl önce
just a few years ago he'd spit bullets
@arminislam6805 Yıl önce
@@dancroitoru364 that's kinda cool tho- (pls take it as a joke)
@Brickcellent 2 yıl önce
You can tell this guy is just a real professional, even if he was essentially a drug dealer. No ego about him. Speaks about the whole operation very analytically.
@AmirA-qo3jv 2 yıl önce
@samaraisnt 2 yıl önce
What do you mean "essentially" that's precisely what he was lol.
@ferretappreciator 2 yıl önce
It's because drugs are still a business. Professionalism is important
@Mary-fk3lp 2 yıl önce
Ahhh I was waiting for this comment. “Essentially” ?! Like no, that’s EXACTLY what he was - a hard core drug dealer, criminal, and thug. The reason why I was waiting for this comment is because I know people will watch and think about how clear he is in speaking and how plainly he presents himself which makes you think in some way that he is more respectable than other people. I think if he was a person of color and spoke with slang, you would think he was a thug. He does seem like he’s on a better path now though!
@kostasbert1913 2 yıl önce
@@Mary-fk3lp Why bring up the race card
@blade1535 2 yıl önce
What a well spoken intelligent guy. He seems to have very high levels of comprehension. Doesn’t speak and bullshit or fluff. Good to see him applying his skills to legitimate causes now.
@Jcserve-pr8uc Yıl önce
Very well articulated. "A very violent year" is a good lesson of always being honest and loyal in business. Then the outcome is a happy ending. I suppose I'm now starting to realize what goes around comes around.
@ianrothmann759 Yıl önce
This guy is awesome. Love the way he bounced back after everything.
@guttagutta420 Yıl önce
Damn my man got balls to be talking about all the ins and outs of the business and show his face at the same time.
@yannick9473 6 aylar önce
Call me whatever, but I thought he was an actor. Well explained anyway.
@NomSauce 5 aylar önce
I'd imagine most if not all of the things he's talking about, governments already know about. This is more educative for us the citizens.
@Triple5live Yıl önce
I like how he said Dealers look for clean cut people to mule the drug. I was searched on return from Peru for 3 hours and I got so fed up I said “I’m unkempt, surely only clean cut people smuggle cocaine”. They ignored me and continued. They detected cocaine via a swab of my bag. No idea how I’ve never even seen cocaine in my life. They finally gave up and let me go.
@hothotheat3000 2 yıl önce
Most crimes are financially motivated. If the gain isn’t there, the motivation is gone. He’s absolutely right.
@jamespong6588 2 yıl önce
The "if it wasn't illegal" argument is absolutely bs, 1) drugs in countries like Mexico Bolivia Afghanistan etc etc are pretty much defacto 💯% legal, the brutal crime surrounding it is purely about control of the marketshare, the police arresting smaller fish simply work for the big fish, (biggest of them all the CIA) 2) making it "legal" will simply increase the demand hence the revenue ergo it will create stronger gangs and cartels who will keep do what they do times 10. 3) cocaine is one of the most addictive drugs outthere it rewires your brain, there is no "free choice" there, it's enslavement , dealers know the way to progressively reduce you into cash cows no matter how smart and in control you think you are
@user-nd5ib4vh3z 2 yıl önce
He don't tell about legalizing, just about motivation behind. The thing you wrote in replied is not related well to what he wrote
@thesocialinception 2 yıl önce
what's the point of a statement like this? That's like saying most deaths are gravity related, if the gravity isn't there, the cause of death is gone.
@user-nd5ib4vh3z 2 yıl önce
It is kinda absurd model, bc but fair enough. The point in that ppl don't tend to do stuff that give them nothing. And the conclusion that "if ppl have one reason less than they stop doing the thing" Is untold. It isn't that clear, bc there are psychos that just love what they doing or effect of their actions and more but. So he just told clear point IMHO. Also if you'll remove gravity you'll for sure remove gravity related deaths, but it'll cause a lot nongravity related death, variation from something-atomic level (idk how particles less than 1/10^3 behave) to just flew away from planet falling apart while all air around you also spreading into space.-.
@AA-xv8us 2 yıl önce
That like saying if the financial motivation for petroleum is gone then the motivation is gone but people need to drive their cars just like now days people need to get high and smashed. Just the way it is.
oh dear. i wish him well this time around. not everyone gets a second chance, it’s nice to see him making good use of his.
Out of all the drug vids I have watched, this one is without a doubt the best vid by far.. The U.K. dude makes it that much better to understand..
@zackgodwin3075 5 aylar önce
Currently starting in the business, video really helps thank you for the info! ☺️
@Nettsinthewoods Yıl önce
Thank you Posh Pete for articulately explaining this and why drugs should be legalised. Wishing you the best to get past your ptsd and good luck with your enterprises
@myname3960 Yıl önce
Around 13:00 this man just hits us with some truth, delivered with the cold gaze of experience and the weight of surety.
@montanatatum9598 2 yıl önce
This guy is genuinely a professional, the way he speaks as if he’s describing the operation is like he’s in a job interview describing the duty’s of the job.
@piratesmurf4251 2 yıl önce
He nows his job dutys
@lorddabian5030 2 yıl önce
Well spoken, I will definitely look into his book
@rogerpattube 2 yıl önce
Well it was his job so there you go.
@gmchessplay9043 2 yıl önce
I mean, it was his job, a life or death job, no room for mucking about.
@joetungnung260 2 yıl önce
@@piratesmurf4251 ģģģ.rģ.rģģģģģģ rģģģģ.r
@alexkazzeo6208 Yıl önce
More honestly spoken than when listening to a banker, a realtor or a hedge fund manager.
@sarahwelty9223 Yıl önce
Thanks for uploading this it is very interesting.
@Melissa-dj1or Yıl önce
this is the reason my father got deported when i was 4. Very informative now i understand more since he won’t speak on it thank you
@TheSujitKDas Yıl önce
Brilliant narrative; honest and candid view of this subject.
@imunozdominguez 5 aylar önce
Holly cow... omg. I am in awe. What a down to earth story. Thanks for sharing. So much.
@kaustshroff381 2 yıl önce
What he says about monetary gains and how illegality of drugs is actually makes it even more lucrative all sides, is absolutely SPOT ON.
@marisolvalerin3994 2 yıl önce
Thought so too! Super interesting as well to gain this perspective
@SmokeyPyro 2 yıl önce
The war on drugs is as well a way to sell more, in the Netherlands we still havent legalised weed, and 3 parties said: if we legalise cannabis we think the export wil increase 20-80%, we think 80%! While in a world where export is the whole industry and getting economical growth is so much wanted, it isnt a fair argument... And thus it stayed illegal, while i feel like someone literally handed those 3 parties a paper written what they had to say.. And its logical, pay 3 party leaders 1m each to save your yearly revenue of 50-500 million.... Sadly money buys you everything
@brunesi 2 yıl önce
Illegality, crime in general, has been made a industry of, for many decades now. The only actual war that happens is between factions, which in turn fuels the weapons market. The solutions are all simple, and will not be taken. It gives much more profit in this way.
@chinesechicken20 2 yıl önce
Since pot is now legal in Canada, the price is half what it was 5 years ago. Its now more lucrative to grow tomatoes!
@dmoneyas24 2 yıl önce
He also said he avoided countries that harshly sentenced or killed traffickers. Don’t ignore that part
@brian9731 Yıl önce
I am someone who is not in that world in any way at all and I am also endlessly fascinated by human ingenuity. This is where those two fields meet and I have to remind myself that the ingenuity can be used for good or ill.
@TonyHavenMusic 2 yıl önce
Thanks for this video, it will really help my career transition from weed to a more sustainable income for my family and kids education in California, we need more like this
I am an Ecuadorian and man, our jails our practically a death penalty. You are really lucky to be alive. God bless you for having left that awfull buissnes
@ashwinkumar5019 Yıl önce
What a fascinating man! He really knows what he's speaking based on his own experience. Loved the vid
@cour2knee Yıl önce
Loved that he mentioned the destruction of the crops. Often in the poor countries the “destruction” of the crops would make us in the US 😮. Pretty much ensures any farmers around that weren’t growing for the cartel will start.
"I can tell the origin farm of the cocaine by checking it's texture and smell" So basically this guy is a cocaine sommelier Nice
Cocaine connoisseur
@irvvalenzuen3135 2 yıl önce
“Do you guys have any , I can prove it “ - this guy probably
@diamondsutra837 2 yıl önce
@tubastud06 2 yıl önce
I was just about to comment this exact same thing
@notomar1555 2 yıl önce
yayo aficionado
This man, explains almost everything, explains literally how the governments CAN "end the war on drugs" but won't because of the monetary gain and employment 😐, greed runs the world not money. anyways everyone in the world should watch this
@JB-ti7bl Yıl önce
Wrong. The govt fights drugs b/c citizens vote for the govt to fight drugs.
@flowerhour9539 Yıl önce
Greed runs the world...therefore greed is the root of evil. Not money.
@william_8844 Yıl önce
Going straight this time. Good for you 👏
@jonzyzyzz1990 11 aylar önce
Does anyone know the name of the book he mentions at around 16:30?
I also have "Complex PTSD". It's a _nightmare_ to deal with and in many aspects, it's far worse than normal PTSD. I hope he's getting the help he needs for it.
@CroppedCross3 Yıl önce
in some aspects it's better though
@IDislikeMacaroni 8 aylar önce
@@CroppedCross3 troll
@bettyboohadapoo Yıl önce
Impressive conversation Pieter, thank you
@funkyfreak97 2 yıl önce
I, too, was a drug dealer, once. Although, sounds like it was a bit more adventurous for you. I mostly dealt with old people yelling at me because their doctor forgot to send a prescription for blood pressure medication.
@donnash5813 2 yıl önce
Sounds like you were even licensed and approved by society and government agencies. (My sister was also a dealer.)
@Perplexii 2 yıl önce
I aspire to be a drug dealer just like you!!
@filipkotlaja8697 2 yıl önce
*they had us in the first half, not gonna lie*
@veg4life. 2 yıl önce
I was your the unlicensed kind
@zzzzzczzzzz 2 yıl önce
@@Perplexii 💀💀
@blueangel7125 Yıl önce
What he says about how to fight drug-business is totally accurate, best wishes for your books & may they be turned into A Netflix series, having as adviser somebody who was an insider would be very precious for the story & screen-play, all the best of luck !
@turkwendell6904 Yıl önce
Ummm nope.... In the history of time where there has been demand there has been supply and that has never been stopped or even close.
@rks5457 6 aylar önce
This guy was a nobody in the grand scheme of things though
These are great videos to watch if you want to get started in a new line of work!
In my opinion, he understands all aspects very well. Good information
@justaguy328 Yıl önce
That was straight up fascinating. Guy explains this masterfully.
@nickodevoe 2 yıl önce
Absolutely loved this video. He's honest, extremely well spoken, especially in the conclusion around the war on drugs. Great job
@anthonycox7693 2 yıl önce
Yeah but he’s a snitch! He probably works with law enforcement now giving them information
@bigbelix 2 yıl önce
posh pete delivers still to this day but in another way
@Retotion 2 yıl önce
@@anthonycox7693 You say that as if there's anything wrong with snitching on other criminals.
@recognize6674 2 yıl önce
@@Bone_Thug u a pussiboi
@Ussopah 2 yıl önce
@@anthonycox7693 And you are just a civilian. Why tf would you even care if he works with law enforcement?
@ijemand5672 Yıl önce
Damn didn't know being a dealer would be this tough. I should call mine to thank him for his service
@chrispekel5709 Yıl önce
Lol he was big time, if your dealer is low level he will be ok
Very interesting. I feel really bad for him going through CPTSD because of the conditions of prisons in Ecuador, it shouldn't be that way. I'm glad he make it out alive and I agree with his view of legalization of some of the drugs. For some reason it doesn't surprise me he had a fellow Chilean partner and that the Chilean wasn't a grass.
I don't feel bad for him at all. Of all people, He knew the risk involved with this kind of work. He made his choices. And I'm sure he's learned from them. But he doesn't deserve, and probably doesn't even care for my sympathy for him, if I had any. As for the prisons in Ecuador, yea, It shouldn't be that way, indeed.
@gugugaga42069 11 aylar önce
i used to have this cousin who used to be a chemist teacher and turned into crime and started manufacturing methamphetamine with his knowledge. legend
@leoschrage7934 Yıl önce
Thanks for the tutorial, very helpful 👍
@ajelliott9923 Yıl önce
As someone who was a drug addict for nearly 18 years and involved in selling drugs on the streets. I totally agree with what he said about "the war" on drugs need to legalise it and get it done.
@xrayban2 Yıl önce
It's a drug addict point of view. As a non addict, I don't agree : I don't think I would be strong enough to stop if I started - and I probably would have if it was legalised.
@ajelliott9923 Yıl önce
Im not gonna argue with u just my perspective all around the world things have got worse. This is why it has to change i have children myself now and its the last thing i want for them.
@chrispekel5709 Yıl önce
@@xrayban2 you don't just take drugs and turn into an addict. If that was the case, everyone would be addicted to cigarettes or alcohol. The addiction really only effects a percentage who can't stop, like alcohol
So nice to hear someone who knows the business acknowledge that legalizing all drugs and producing it legally is the only way to win. Agree 100%.
@grantrichards4950 2 yıl önce
I doubt it will help much. Here in Oregon and in other states that have legalized weed, there's still a thriving illegal market for it. Part of the reason is that they have imposed high taxes (as he suggested), so it's still cheaper on the street than from a legitimate retailer.
@Mixmastermez 2 yıl önce
You would think... But they would tax it so much just like weed people will get it underground because it's cheaper.
@mplsmark4132 2 yıl önce
Nobody ever points out that if people would just stop consuming these narcotics, they would go away. Make me angry when politicians dump on the poor countries blaming them for illegal drugs. All the while their own family and constituents are using! Rolling over and letting all drugs run rampant would be ugly, crime would be out of control. The legalization/taxation isn’t working from what hear either. Fighting the war is the only answer, giving up will be worse.
@bros3602 2 yıl önce
@@mplsmark4132practically the one rule about illegal drugs is you can't just stop consuming them. Wherever there is people there will be drugs and with that there will be a market and with that people who will buy it. The idea that eventually everyone will decide to stop is way too idealistic and while im not saying personally all drugs should be legalized, its clear there will never be a victory in the war on drugs
@infinitesimotel 2 yıl önce
@@grantrichards4950 Thats the fault of the government yet again then. The worst criminals ARE the government.
@Lucas-ns3qe Yıl önce
Thanks for this tutorial, very helpful
@ryanlauer8290 Yıl önce
His final synopsis is so on point
@EduardoVanzin Yıl önce
Thanks for the tutorial!!!!
@Snuzzbuzz Yıl önce
Thank you, a very helpful tutorial.
@asajjbenchpress Yıl önce
Taking notes! Thank you for your help.
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@SoFloAntonio 2 yıl önce
This guy is a legend. Love to see him the way he is now. Prison in Ecuador seems like a life changing place. Must have been so miserable & chaotic. :/
@AmirA-qo3jv 2 yıl önce
Exactly I’m surprised he survived
@dvtofk9908 2 yıl önce
Is this not the way he is now.....?
@samaraisnt 2 yıl önce
i mean he did the crime so.
@Skankhunt420. 2 yıl önce
I was in there overnight and people somehow had hand guns and knives in there. They didn't even take my phone off me. The place stunk and the cells and toilets were never washed
@MrLisa35 2 yıl önce
You actually think a drug smuggler is a legend, there is something wrong with you for sure
@vnnye Yıl önce
That end was so wholesome
@Sandra-mi7zv Yıl önce
Finally someone that has the exact opinion as me! The war on drugs will never be won through criminalization.
@kiadel7502 Yıl önce
Basic truth.
@dilshadh6464 Yıl önce
I think he is such a genius person to analyze it to n this way and explain the solution
@AtheneHolder Yıl önce
I admire his matter of fact clear and concise description of the business. would do good at a TedEx talk. All in favour of a Netflix documentary say AYE he is right about the monetary aspect of legalising or decriminalising certain drugs also
@foxford4981 Yıl önce
This dude is still so proud of his enterprise XD He really put a lot thought into it and worked hard. As bad as it is thats dedication
@HampshireHunters 2 yıl önce
This guy deserves a Netflix story and you can tell every think he says it’s true he is very smart genuine and in my opinion would publish a fantastic drug story
Agreed, a drug trafficker would never lie
@ayumalani5631 2 yıl önce
Narcos needs a new season now.
So we should allow and encourage criminals the ability to profit off their criminal activity?
@s1k993 2 yıl önce
@@daithiocinnsealach3173 he’s done his time and has clearly assisted the police he’s rehabilitated
@mrknowitall126 2 yıl önce
You think he’s got stories? Check out David macmillan, Stephen mee and roger reeves
@rektagon Yıl önce
thank you for the tutorial! very helpful
@michaelholder98 Yıl önce
Omg this guys last/main point and his logic is flawless. I agree 100% with his solution to the war on drugs. Only logical answer really
@SHONSL Yıl önce
Ha. Bro is still an entrepreneur, writing books and screen plays for hopefully streaming services to pick up. Gotta appreciate the undying hustle!
Well if you can say one thing about this guy it’s that he’s got the entrepreneurial spirit
Well spoken. Especially the last 2 segments.
@claramendoza4787 2 yıl önce
He had a HUGE and VALID point made. It's coming straight from a veteran in that past area of expertise. Brilliant content Insider. Kudos to Pieter for keepin' it all straight now.
@jumpinjohnnyruss 2 yıl önce
I guess the "tax it heavily" point was just rhetoric because if it's taxed much, it'll be considerably cheaper to get it illegally.
@princewembo8905 2 yıl önce
@@jumpinjohnnyruss 😭 bro fr
@DodgyTodger 2 yıl önce
As a person who lives in a world the complete opposite of this fella, I don't do DrugS, buy drugs or would hang around with people involved with them in any way, I'm also not super bright, but even I have realized that what he's said is correct and have advocated for it for years. There's his approach where you legalized it and put the dealer's out of business or there's another option, the covid19 approach, blood test and urine test people constantly. You can't get health insurance without it, you can't use public transport, you can't got to a public place, pub etc. You have to have a drug free pass to be in society. A lot of people doing drugs are just ordinary people with jobs and kids etc, but they have no morals. You'll only stop them engaging with the drug trade by forcing them to stop. If you think for one minute, every time you snort coke or whatever the kids do these days, you are funding murder, child sex trafficking etc. So that's what you're up against, the middle aged neighbors down the road would rather be "cool" people who do drugs than stop and think for 5 seconds about what and who they're funding
@anthonypaulnoble 2 yıl önce
@@DodgyTodger no man thats an awful idea, be careful :) imperfect men have no right to tell other imperfect men how to live their lives. The only real path for humanity, is freedom of choice. And ironically, as soon as you remove the warped control system and rules...guess what...people wouldnt be addicts anymore
@toomuchtime5050 2 yıl önce
@@DodgyTodger you know nothing
@rayazkhan2993 Yıl önce
Seems like a real genuine guy. Good on him for going straight.
Bravo! Thanks for sharing your story.
@lorenzochua2914 Yıl önce
@stevesuy1551 Yıl önce
A movie needs to be made about this guy.
@Plague0z 15 gün önce
Thanks for the tips!
@ikelewis9216 2 yıl önce
This guy is sooooo spot on. The only way to stop the war on drugs is to take the financial gain out of it. That’s the reason why so many people are involved in it. The money is astounding.
Or death penalty, as he said saud arabia, Indonesia and the Philippines are a "no no"
@Alex-ck5gf 2 yıl önce
It's really hard to solve this problem, legalising physically addictive substances will cause an epidemic and lead to innocent people and communities facing violence. Not legalising them leads to gang violence and violence in foreign countries. It is not as simple as legalise and tax because lots of people cannot be trusted to be responsible with substances.
@nicostrappazon 2 yıl önce
@@Alex-ck5gf tell that to Amsterdam
@davidcardinal3654 2 yıl önce
All the cartels will end up doing is upping the ante on other illegal activities like human trafficking. What needs to happen is completely dismantle and eliminate the cartels by whatever means necessary. It would also help to provide financial security for these poor countries so the people involved have something to do. Though I suspect that won’t help much because criminals typically don’t follow rules of society but it would likely help to prevent future aspiring criminals.
@Alex-ck5gf 2 yıl önce
@@nicostrappazon decriminalisation for users isn't the same as legalisation, so clearly they already know this.
@1weck1 Yıl önce
This guy is absolutely correct. Mexico once sent tons of weed a day to the us. Now that you have legal weed in Cali and pockets of growing everywhere, the flow of weed has slowed and even reversed back into Mexico
@policeboy1288 Yıl önce
Great piece 🙌🏾
@dylanmccann1924 Yıl önce
Shockingly chill dude
@m.vonhollen6673 Yıl önce
We helped get pot legalized in Canada. Now you walk into a corner store and choose between sativa, indica, and hybrid varieties. It’s similar to buying alcohol products. Treat all drugs similarly. The associated problems will be much easier to deal with without the justice system being heavily-involved.
@obrianstudio Yıl önce
I watched his episode on Banged Up Abroad, excited stuff💯
@evan 2 yıl önce
What a fascinating video. Really well-spoken guy. Very matter of fact.
@zeroheat5787 2 yıl önce
"Very allegorical"
@whatsthestory4055 2 yıl önce
Posh Pete is profound
Ain't nothin fascinating about 3rd World PRISON..... I'll pass! lol
@darkscope2 2 yıl önce
@@invisiblerevolution pretty sure he’s trying to flex his check mark ✅
@codyracine5639 2 yıl önce
Interrogaters wet dream
@alaub1334 Yıl önce
great insight on winning the war of drugs.. definitely points to think about
@amirmekni9750 Yıl önce
Bro making a legit living out of his illegal past. Entrepreneur at heart
@MilanaSolyanka Yıl önce
How he told about chocolate business at the end, so heartwarming
@jee911 Yıl önce
The big fish point out very obvious points. Great video
@BhadVhibes Yıl önce
I recommend hearing his podcasts about his life in Ecuadorian prisons, its insane!
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@amcintyre4883 2 yıl önce
Love how he said you get contacts in prison. Now introducing LockedIn, criminal networking.
@0anant0 2 yıl önce
Good one! :-)
@Nunyabiz420 2 yıl önce
Im going to invest in lockedin
@lp8650 2 yıl önce
Well done.
@prebenjaeger 2 yıl önce
LockedIn. Not bad, Andria.
@bealong8718 2 yıl önce
If you look into it a little further, often prison locations are designated gang stops, each location is allocated, which is why prisoner transfer requests identify gang affiliation without anyone saying a word.
@GlassDoorGuy Yıl önce
I love these instructional video series.
@jimmygrant3151 Yıl önce
Wow, crazy wild story mate. Good luck to you. Glad my coke days are behind me. Cant say anything good about those times.
@dannyfatality4448 4 aylar önce
That was brilliant to listen to!
Very informative documentary this should be required to listen to
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