(Although three rights do make a left.)
It is WRONG to finance an oppresive, violent regime that has even destroyed evidence that there -was- a past. The Taliban are straight out of George Orwell's novels.
It is WRONG to support persecution and religious terrorism, regardless of what "intent" there is.
It is WRONG for that regime to then use those tactics in this "co-ordinated" effort. (You don't expect them to go and ask nicely, do you?)
Even if the illegal trade were stopped tomorrow, the suffering that the "cure" created would continue for countless generations. It is for this reason that we have another Golden Rule, ingrained into our culture -- The End NEVER Justifies The Means.
There are millions of much more effective ways to fight the war on drugs. Some of them could be argued as being a little unethical, but none of which need have the kind of devastating long-term impact that this kind of deal =WILL= cause.
Such as? Complaining without an alternative is whining. If you can't figure out a good, solid, possible option that's even fractionally more tennable and acceptable, then maybe you should accept that the politicians have already LOOKED at the alternatives, and this IS the only one that's any good.
Ok, here's an alternative. Detox centers already use assorted mixtures which react with alchohol, making it useless as an intoxicant. They usually also make the person throw up, violently. The patient usually gets the message, fairly quickly. Such mixtures have been used for centuries to detox people with serious, out-of-control behaviours that they no longer have any power to stop.
All you need is =one=, not a hundred, not even ten, just one such mixture for each of the major classes of substances, which has a VERY low probability of allergic response, has NO measurable side-effects, has NO impact on a person who isn't taking any illicit substance, has NO unwanted reactions to any existing medication (prescribed or off-the-shelf), and has an impact never exceeding "aggravating" on those who are taking the trigger substances.
I'm certain that medical science is well aware of dozens of such mixtures, for every major illegal substance known to man, that meet every requirement (and more besides), and would be cheap to mass-produce.
You'd never even need to deploy such a remedy. The mere fact of it's existance, and the potential of it's use, would virtually wipe the market out. Especially if the recipe were made public, rather than a commercial secret. A market that requires secrecy to thrive cannot exist under conditions that preclude secrecy from the word go.