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The US military is in Afghanistan for two reasons. First to restore and control the world’s largest supply of opium for the world heroin markets and to use the drugs as a geopolitical weapon against opponents, especially Russia. That control of the Afghan drug market is essential for the liquidity of the bankrupt and corrupt Wall Street financial mafia. ...The second reason the US military remains in Afghanistan long after the world has forgotten even who the mysterious Osama bin Laden and his alleged Al Qaeda terrorist organization is or even if they exist, is as a pretext to build a permanent US military strike force with a series of permanent US airbases across Afghanistan. The aim of those bases is not to eradicate any Al Qaeda cells that may have survived in the caves of Tora Bora, or to eradicate a mythical “Taliban” which at this point according to eyewitness reports is made up overwhelmingly of local ordinary Afghanis fighting to rid their land once more of occupier armies as they did in the 1980’s against the Russians.

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Fox News Makes Excuse for CIA’s Afghan Opium Cultivation

U.S. Soldiers Grow Opium Heroin Poppy in Afganistan


Kurt Nimmo
April 30, 2010 

In an amazing propaganda segment, Fox News’ Gerald Rivera talks with an occupation soldier about U.S. support of the opium trade in Afghanistan. The soldier tells Rivera he does not like supporting Afghan opium production. The U.S., he insists, has turned a blind eye to the cultivation because it is a cultural thing. He’d rather the Afghans grow watermelons.

Is it possible the U.S. will tell the brother of Afghanistan’s U.S.-installed ruler he should get in the watermelon business?

It was reported a few months ago that Ahmed Wali Karzai was on the CIA payroll and intimately involved in the opium trade Fox News and the rest of the corporate media tell us is run by the evil Taliban.

Fox News did not report that before everything changed on September 11, 2001, and before the U.S. invaded Afghanistan, the Taliban had imposed a ban on opium production. This resulted in opium production collapsing by more than 90 per cent. It was the U.S. supported Northern Alliance that came to the rescue and began protecting the production of raw opium.

“CIA-supported Mujahedeen rebels [who in 2001 were part of the Northern Alliance] engaged heavily in drug trafficking while fighting against the Soviet-supported government and its plans to reform the very backward Afghan society,” William Blum writes in The Real Drug Lords.






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Afghan opium production hits record


Irish Independent
November 13, 2013


U.S. Soldiers Grow Opium Heroin Poppy in Afganistan

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Afghanistan’s opium production surged to record levels this year, despite international efforts over the past decade to wean the country off the narcotics trade, according to a report by the UN’s drug control agency.

The harvest this May resulted in 5,500 metric tons of opium, 49% higher than last year and more than the combined output of the rest of the world. Even Afghan provinces with some past successes in combating poppy cultivation saw those trends reversed, according to this year’s annual UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) report.

The withdrawal of foreign troops next year is likely to make matters worse, said Jean-Luc Lemahieu, the UNODC regional representative in Kabul. He warned that as international assistance falls off, the Afghan government will become increasingly reliant on illicit sources of income.

Uncertainty is also driving up poppy production, as farmers worried about the country’s future turn to the tried and tested.

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Why The Hell Are We Still in Afghanistan?

Published on Sep 26, 2016

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15 years later, the US and its NATO allies still have troops in Afghanistan with no plans on leaving. We were told this was about 9/11 and Osama Bin Laden, but these were lies. So why are the troops still there? What was the war in Afghanistan really about? Michel Chossudovsky of the Centre for Research on Globalization joins us to explain.







"90% of Heroin in the world now comes from Afghanistan"

US military in Afghanistan: 15 years of invasion

Published on Oct 7, 2016

US troops invaded Afghanistan on October 7, 2001, less than a month after the 9/11 terror attacks in New York and Washington. What seemed like a quick victory over the Taliban regime turned into a bloody, endless guerrilla war that continues to this day.
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What You Are Not Being Told About the Afghanistan War

Published on Oct 11, 2016

TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=20063

15 years after NATO's invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, the 9/11 and Al Qaeda lies that were used to justify the war have disappeared. Now the truth about oil and gas, mineral wealth, opium and naked imperial ambition are all that remain.







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America’s Phoney War in Afghanistan

F. William Engdahl
October 22, 2009

One of the most remarkable aspects of the Obama Presidential agenda is how little anyone has questioned in the media or elsewhere why at all the United States Pentagon is committed to a military occupation of Afghanistan. There are two basic reasons, neither one of which can be admitted openly to the public at large.

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Control of the Afghan drug market is essential for the liquidity of the bankrupt and corrupt Wall Street financial mafia.

Behind all the deceptive official debate over how many troops are needed to “win” the war in Afghanistan, whether another 30,000 is sufficient, or whether at least 200000 are needed, the real purpose of US military presence in that pivotal Central Asian country is obscured.

Even during the 2008 Presidential campaign candidate Obama argued that Afghanistan not Iraq was where the US must wage war. His reason? Because he claimed, that was where the Al Qaeda organization was holed up and that was the “real” threat to US national security. The reasons behind US involvement in Afghanistan is quite another one.

The US military is in Afghanistan for two reasons. First to restore and control the world’s largest supply of opium for the world heroin markets and to use the drugs as a geopolitical weapon against opponents, especially Russia. That control of the Afghan drug market is essential for the liquidity of the bankrupt and corrupt Wall Street financial mafia.

Geopolitics of Afghan Opium

According even to an official UN report, opium production in Afghanistan has risen dramatically since the downfall of the Taliban in 2001. UNODC data shows more opium poppy cultivation in each of the past four growing seasons (2004-2007), than in any one year during Taliban rule. More land is now used for opium in Afghanistan, than for coca cultivation in Latin America. In 2007, 93% of the opiates on the world market originated in Afghanistan. This is no accident.

It has been documented that Washington hand-picked the controversial Hamid Karzai, a Pashtun warlord from the Popalzai tribe, long in the CIA’s service, brought him back from exile in the USA, created a Hollywood mythology around his “courageous leadership of his people.” According to Afghan sources, Karzai is the Opium “Godfather” of Afghanistan today. There is apparently no accident that he was and is today still Washington’s preferred man in Kabul. Yet even with massive vote buying and fraud and intimidation, Karzai’s days could be ending as President.

The second reason the US military remains in Afghanistan long after the world has forgotten even who the mysterious Osama bin Laden and his alleged Al Qaeda terrorist organization is or even if they exist, is as a pretext to build a permanent US military strike force with a series of permanent US airbases across Afghanistan. The aim of those bases is not to eradicate any Al Qaeda cells that may have survived in the caves of Tora Bora, or to eradicate a mythical “Taliban” which at this point according to eyewitness reports is made up overwhelmingly of local ordinary Afghanis fighting to rid their land once more of occupier armies as they did in the 11980’s against the Russians.

The aim of the US bases in Afghanistan is to target and be able to strike at the two nations which today represent the only combined threat in the world today to an American global imperium, to America’s Full Spectrum Dominance as the Pentagon terms it.


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The lost ‘Mandate of Heaven’

The problem for the US power elites around Wall Street and in Washington is the fact that they are now in the deepest financial crisis in their history. That crisis is clear to the entire world and the world is acting on a basis of self-survival. The US elites have lost what in Chinese imperial history is known as the Mandate of Heaven. That mandate is given a ruler or ruling elite provided they rule their people justly and fairly. When they rule tyrannically and as despots, oppressing and abusing their people, they lose that Mandate of Heaven.

If the powerful private wealthy elites that have controlled essential US financial and foreign policy for most of the past century or more ever had a “mandate of Heaven” they clearly have lost it. The domestic developments towards creation of an abusive police state with deprivation of Constitutional rights to its citizens, the arbitrary exercise of power by non elected officials such as Treasury Secretaries Henry Paulson and now Tim Geithner, stealing trillion dollar sums from taxpayers without their consent in order to bailout the bankrupt biggest Wall Street banks, banks deemed “Too Big To Fail,” this all demonstrates to the world they have lost the mandate

In this situation, the US power elites are increasingly desperate to maintain their control of a global parasitical empire, called deceptively by their media machine, “globalization.” To hold that dominance it is essential that they be able to break up any emerging cooperation in the economic, energy or military realm between the two major powers of Eurasia that conceivably could pose a challenge to future US sole Superpower control—China in combination with Russia.

Each Eurasian power brings to the table essential contributions. China has the world’s most robust economy, a huge young and dynamic workforce, an educated middle class. Russia, whose economy has not recovered from the destructive end pf the Soviet era and of the primitive looting during the Yeltsin era, still holds essential assets for the combination. Russia’s nuclear strike force and its military pose the only threat in the world today to US military dominance, even if it is largely a residue of the Cold War. The Russian military elites never gave up that potential.

As well Russia holds the world’s largest treasure of natural gas and vast reserves of oil urgently needed by China. The two powers are increasingly converging via a new organization they created in 2001 known as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). That includes as well as China and Russia, the largest Central Asia states Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.

The purpose of the alleged US war against both Taliban and Al Qaeda is in reality to place its military strike force directly in the middle of the geographical space of this emerging SCO in Central Asia. Iran is a diversion. The main goal or target is Russia and China.

Officially, of course, Washington claims it has built its military presence inside Afghanistan since 2002 in order to protect a “fragile” Afghan democracy. It’s a curious argument given the reality of US military presence there.

In December 2004, during a visit to Kabul, US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld finalized plans to build nine new bases in Afghanistan in the provinces of Helmand, Herat, Nimrouz, Balkh, Khost and Paktia. The nine are in addition to the three major US military bases already installed in the wake of its occupation of Afghanistan in winter of 2001-2002, ostensibly to isolate and eliminate the terror threat of Osama bin Laden.

The Pentagon built its first three bases at Bagram Air Field north of Kabul, the US’ main military logistics center; Kandahar Air Field, in southern Afghanistan; and Shindand Air Field in the western province of Herat. Shindand, the largest US base in Afghanistan, was constructed a mere 100 kilometers from the border of Iran, and within striking distance of Russia as well as China.

Afghanistan has historically been the heartland for the British-Russia Great Game, the struggle for control of Central Asia during the 19th and early 20th Centuries. British strategy then was to prevent Russia at all costs from controlling Afghanistan and thereby threatening Britain’s imperial crown jewel, India.

Afghanistan is similarly regarded by Pentagon planners as highly strategic. It is a platform from which US military power could directly threaten Russia and China, as well as Iran and other oil-rich Middle East lands. Little has changed geopolitically over more than a century of wars.

Afghanistan is in an extremely vital location, straddling South Asia, Central Asia, and the Middle East. Afghanistan also lies along a proposed oil pipeline route from the Caspian Sea oil fields to the Indian Ocean, where the US oil company, Unocal, along with Enron and Cheney’s Halliburton, had been in negotiations for exclusive pipeline rights to bring natural gas from Turkmenistan across Afghanistan and Pakistan to Enron’s huge natural gas power plant at Dabhol near Mumbai. Karzai, before becoming puppet US president, had been a Unocal lobbyist.


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Al Qaeda doesn’t exist as a threat

The truth of all this deception around the real purpose in Afghanistan becomes clear on a closer look at the alleged “Al Qaeda” threat in Afghanistan. According to author Erik Margolis, prior to the September 11,2001 attacks, US intelligence was giving aid and support both to the Taliban and to Al Qaeda. Margolis claims that “The CIA was planning to use Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda to stir up Muslim Uighurs against Chinese rule, and Taliban against Russia’s Central Asian allies.”

The US clearly found other means of stirring up Muslim Uighurs against Beijing last July via its support for the World Uighur Congress. But the Al Qaeda “threat” remains the lynchpin of Obama US justification for his Afghan war buildup.

Now, however, the National Security Adviser to President Obama, former Marine Gen. James Jones has made a statement, conveniently buried by the friendly US media, about the estimated size of the present Al Qaeda danger in Afghanistan. Jones told Congress, “The al-Qaeda presence is very diminished. The maximum estimate is less than 100 operating in the country, no bases, no ability to launch attacks on either us or our allies.”

That means that Al-Qaeda, for all practical purposes, does not exist in Afghanistan. Oops…

Even in neighboring Pakistan, the remnants of Al-Qaeda are scarcely to be found. The Wall Street Journal reports, “Hunted by US drones, beset by money problems and finding it tougher to lure young Arabs to the bleak mountains of Pakistan, al Qaeda is seeing its role shrink there and in Afghanistan, according to intelligence reports and Pakistan and U.S. officials. For Arab youths who are al Qaeda’s primary recruits, ‘it’s not romantic to be cold and hungry and hiding,’ said a senior U.S. official in South Asia.”

If we follow the statement to its logical consequence we must conclude then that the reason German soldiers are dying along with other NATO youth in the mountains of Afghanistan has nothing to do with “winning a war against terrorism.” Conveniently most media chooses to forget the fact that Al Qaeda to the extent it ever existed, was a creation in the 1980’s of the CIA, who recruited and trained radical muslims from across the Islamic world to wage war against Russian troops in Afghanistan as part of a strategy developed by Reagan’s CIA head Bill Casey and others to create a “new Vietnam” for the Soviet Union which would lead to a humiliating defeat for the Red Army and the ultimate collapse of the Soviet Union.

Now US NSC head Jones admits there is essentially no Al Qaeda anymore in Afghanistan. Perhaps it is time for a more honest debate from our political leaders about the true purpose of sending more young to die protecting the opium harvests of Afghanistan.


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Inside Intel! Trump’s Secret Strategy EXPOSED

Published on Aug 23, 2017

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Absolute Must Watch Video -->> Alex Jones Heated Debate On Trump & Afghanistan

Steve Pieczenik Sharply Rebukes Trump & Neocon Generals for Insidious ‘Afghanistan Strategy’

“…More men will die, men will die! Trump has now created a greater, greater graveyard for our men which shouldn’t have been there in the first place. It’s absolute nonsense!”

“There was no terrorist attack from Afghanistan or Iraq and these generals know it. They’re lying, they’re cowards, moral cowards, and they’re ineffectual. And I say that as a former Rear Admiral and a Military Officer who resigned my commission with honor. And I find them disgraceful! This is the most absurd thing you could have done. Trump is now on notice that we will work against him.”

“This is 6Trillion Dollars in that WAR, and who’s going to make money?…KBR. Who makes money in Africa?…KBR. What are we doing in Djibouti?…The same thing. I’ve got soldiers who come back and say, ‘what the hell was I doing in Africa? Why am I in Djibouti, Sudan, Somalia?’ The soldiers have no idea what they’re doing!”  -- Steve Pieczenik


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Published on Aug 22, 2017

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Episode 22: An Interview With Foreign Policy Expert Scott Horton


Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan

Scott Horton: The Problem With How We View The Middle East


Published on Aug 16, 2017

In this episode Mance talks to the Managing Director of the Libertarian Institute and foreign policy expert Scott Horton. They discuss Scott's background, the three factions in the U.S. government that most desire war, the continuing horror of The Middle East wars and the recent history of the North Korean conflict.

Scott talks about his book that dropped on Amazon and foolserrand.us today called "Fools Errand - Time to End the War in Afghanistan".

Scott is also the host of The Scott Horton Show Podcast, host of Anti-War Radio on KPFK 90.7 in Los Angeles and the Opinion Editor of Antiwar.com

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Published on Aug 22, 2017

The brilliant Scott Horton, a one-man libertarian foreign-policy think tank, joins me to discuss the Trump policy in Afghanistan, the real history of the war, and why the only sensible approach is to get out. Subscribe to the Tom Woods Show: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t...


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Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan

by Scott Horton

In Fool’s Errand, Scott Horton masterfully explains the tragedy of America’s longest war and makes the case for immediate withdrawal. I highly recommend this excellent book on America’s futile and self-defeating occupation of Afghanistan.” — Daniel Ellsberg, Pentagon Papers whistleblower and author of Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers

“The real story of the disastrous U.S. war in Afghanistan must be written so that future generations may understand the folly of Washington’s warmongers. Scott Horton’s Afghan war history is an important contribution to this vital effort.” — Ron Paul, M.D., former U.S. congressman and author of Swords into Plowshares: A Life in Wartime and a Future of Peace and Prosperity

“Scott Horton’s, Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan, is a definitive, authoritative and exceptionally well-resourced accounting of America’s disastrous war in Afghanistan since 2001. Scott’s book deserves not just to be read, but to be kept on your shelf, because as with David Halberstam’s The Best and Brightest or Neil Sheehan’s A Bright Shining Lie, I expect Horton’s book to not just explain and interpret a current American war, but to explain and interpret the all too predictable future American wars, and the unavoidable waste and suffering that will accompany them.” — Capt. Matthew Hoh, USMC (ret.), former senior State Department official, Zabul Province, Afghanistan, Senior Fellow at the Center for International Policy

“Fool’s Errand is a hidden history of America’s forgotten war, laid bare in damning detail. Scott Horton masterfully retells the story of America’s failed intervention, exposes how Obama’s troop surge did not bring Afghanistan any closer to peace, and warns that the conflict could go on in perpetuity — unless America ends the war. As Trump threatens to send more troops to Afghanistan, Horton shows why the answer to a brutal civil war is not more war, which makes Fool’s Errand a scintillating and sorely needed chronicle of the longest war in American history.” — Anand Gopal, journalist and author of No Good Men Among the Living: America, the Taliban, and the War Through Afghan Eyes

“Scott Horton’s new book Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan has a title that tells you where it is going, but to think that is all it is about would be to sell short a comprehensive work that takes the reader on a long journey starting in the 1980s. Indeed, if there were a university course on what went wrong with Afghanistan, starting with Ronald Reagan’s Holy Warriors and continuing with George W. Bush’s ouster of the Taliban leading to 15 years of feckless nation building, this book could well serve as the textbook. Horton provides insights into key decision-making along the way as he meticulously documents the dreadful series of misadventures that have brought us to the latest surge, which will fail just like all the others. The book is highly recommended both for readers who already know a lot about Afghanistan as well as for those who want to learn the basics about America’s longest war.” — Philip Giraldi, former CIA and DIA officer, executive director of the Council for the National Interest

Scott Horton is managing director of The Libertarian Institute at LibertarianInstitute.org, host of Antiwar Radio for Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and 88.3 FM KUCR in Riverside, California, host of the Scott Horton Show podcast from ScottHorton.org and the opinion editor of Antiwar.com. Horton has conducted more than 4,500 interviews since 2003. He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, investigative reporter Larisa Alexandrovna Horton.





Interview 1296 – Scott Horton on The Fool’s Errand in Afghanistan

Scott Horton of The Scott Horton Show and The Libertarian Institute joins us to discuss his new book, Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan. After discussing Trump’s plan to surge yet again, we get into the meat and potatoes of the book’s deep dive into the history and politics of the Afghanistan war before arriving at the inevitable “why” of this senseless and brutal military endeavour. We even broach the disagreement on Bin Laden and 9/11.

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More American Troops to Afghanistan, To Keep the Chinese Out?  Lithium and the Battle for Afghanistan’s Mineral Riches

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research, August 24, 2017

Trump calls for escalation of the war in Afghanistan. Why? Is it part of the “Global War on Terrorism”, going after the bad guys, or is it something else?

Unknown to the broader public, Afghanistan has significant oil, natural gas and strategic raw material resources, not to mention opium, a multibillion dollar industry which feeds America’s illegal heroin market.

These mineral reserves include huge veins of iron, copper, cobalt, gold and lithium, which is a strategic raw material used in the production of high tech batteries for laptops, cell phones and electric cars.

The implication of Trump’s resolve is to plunder and steal Afghanistan’s mineral riches to finance the “reconstruction” of a country destroyed by the US and its allies after 16 years of war, i.e “War reparations” paid to the aggressor nation?

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“War is Good for Business”

The US military bases are there to assert US control over Afghanistan’s mineral wealth. According to Foreign Affairs, “there are more U.S. military forces deployed there [Afghanistan] than to any other active combat zone”, the official mandate of which is “to go after” the Taliban, Al Qaeda and ISIS as part of the “Global war on Terrorism”.


Pivot to Asia

Under the Afghan-US security pact, established under Obama’s Asian pivot, Washington and its NATO partners have established a permanent military presence in Afghanistan, with military facilities located close to China’s Western frontier. The pact was intended to allow the US to maintain their nine permanent military bases, strategically located on the borders of China, Pakistan and Iran as well as Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.

China and the Battle for Lithium

Chinese mining conglomerates are now competing for strategic control of the global Lithium market, which until recently was controlled by the “Big Three” conglomerates including Albemarle’s Rockwood Lithium (North Carolina), The Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile and FMC Corporation, (Philadelphia) which operates in Argentina. While the Big Three dominate the market, China now accounts for a large share of global lithium production, categorized as the fourth-largest lithium-producing country behind Australia, Chile and Argentina. Meanwhile China’s Tianqi Group has taken control of Australia’s largest lithium mine, called Greenbushes. Tianqi now owns a 51-percent stake in Talison Lithium, in partnership with North Carolina’s Albemarle.

This thrust in lithium production is related to China’s rapid development of the electric car industry: China is now “The Center Of Lithium Universe”

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Afghanistan Mission accomplished: more heroin for the world
Not the war Against drugs; the war For drugs


by Jon Rappoport, April 6, 2015



The Guardian reports statistics on opium agriculture in Afghanistan (“Former Blackwater gets rich as Afghan drug production hits record high”):

“…the US counternarcotics mission in Afghanistan stands out: opiate production has climbed steadily over recent years to reach record-high levels last year.”

“Far from eradicating the deep-rooted opiate trade, US counternarcotics efforts have proven useless, according to a series of recent official inquiries. Other aspects of the billions that the US has poured into Afghanistan over the last 13 years of war have even contributed to the opium boom.”

“In December, the United Nations reported a 60% growth in Afghan land used for opium poppy cultivation since 2011, up to 209,000 hectares…”

“…the [UN] inspector general also noted that US reconstruction projects, particularly those devoted to ‘improved irrigation, roads, and agricultural assistance’ were probably leading to the explosion in opium cultivation.

“'[A]ffordable deep-well technology turned 200,000 hectares of desert in southwestern Afghanistan into arable land over the past decade,’ the inspector general found, concluding that ‘much of this newly arable land is dedicated to opium cultivation.’”

Who’s kidding who?

In Colombia, the US government proved it could eradicate coca and opium-poppy growing fields. One of the solutions was an herbicide called Roundup. You may have heard of it.

But in Afghanistan, the US just didn’t remember that. It skipped their mind. Oops.

Suddenly, the Afghanistan mission became one of good will. Mustn’t upset the farmers. In Colombia, upsetting the farmers was perfectly all right.

When you can lessen a problem but choose not to, you want the problem to persist. It’s simple.

And at that point, the problem becomes an opportunity—it always was.

More opium poppy; therefore, more heroin. More trafficking, more profits.

Since the US government has been consciously facilitating the growth of opium farming in Afghanistan, it stands to reason that government players have been taking their cut of the action.

If the US government, which has been fighting a full-scale war in Afghanistan, wanted to destroy the opium-heroin business in that country, it had the ideal opportunity.

The mission would have been far easier than waging “the war against drugs” in Mexico, where US military intervention has been limited.

In Afghanistan, there were US troops on the ground. There were air attacks. What else would you need?

Pentagon planners spend their lives working out multiple scenarios for possible wars in various regions of the planet. They take into account all aspects and contingencies.

In planning for a war in Afghanistan, what to do about the opium-poppy growing fields would have been high on the list of options.

So opium-poppy farmers were no “delicate problem” the US invading force encountered after entering the country. There were no surprises.

Since the US invaded Afghanistan, the Army knowingly undertook operations that would definitely expand opium-poppy agriculture.

Of course, the CIA’s connections to the drug trade in Afghanistan go back a long way, so it’s no surprise that the US war in Afghanistan has facilitated and expanded opium-poppy production.

Peter Dale Scott, in his essay, “Drugs, Contras, and the CIA,” writes:

“[Circa 1980], the CIA was arming and advising heroin-trafficking guerrillas in Afghanistan. Its preferred leader, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, became for a period one of the leading heroin suppliers in the world.”

“In 1979, when the U.S. first established contact with heroin-trafficking guerrillas in Afghanistan, no heroin from the so-called Golden Crescent on the Afghan-Pakistan border was known to reach the United States. By 1984, according to the Reagan Administration, 54 percent of the heroin reaching this country came from the Afghan-Pakistan border.”

“[CIA officer] John Millis had served for thirteen years as a case officer supplying covert CIA aid to the heroin-trafficking guerrillas in Afghanistan…At least one of the airlines involved in the Afghan support operation, Global International Airways, was also named in connection with the [US] Iran-Contra scandal…”

The war against drugs? A towering joke.




Drug cartels across the border are just as brutal as ISIS

Horrific violence not isolated to Middle East


Ellen Weiss, Oct 23, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. officials have argued that atrocities committed by the militant group ISIS are barbaric and that the group is a threat to the homeland, but it’s worth remembering that the horrific violence perpetrated just across the U.S. border by Mexican drug cartels is equally barbaric and the cartels also pose a threat to Americans.

This week brought another bloody reminder of the cartel’s brutality. Mexican activist Maria Del Rosario Fuentes Rubio, a physician and citizen journalist who had taken a prominent stand against Mexican cartels on social media, died with a bullet in her head. And her killers, in an obvious effort to terrorize others, tweeted her murder.

Yes, as President Barack Obama noted in his Sept. 24 address to the UN General Assembly, ISIS is leaving a trail of rape, beheadings, dead children and mass graves. The numbers are terrifying: More than 5,500 people have been killed in Iraq since June, according to the United Nations.

But here are some numbers – also terrifying – from just across the U.S.-Mexico border: In 2013, Mexican drug cartels murdered more than 16,000 people, and Human Rights Watch estimates more than 60,000 people were killed in drug-related violence from 2006 to 2012.

Here’s the part, however, that seems to get overlooked. Mexican drug cartels have been spreading out across U.S. cities for years. From Texas, to Columbus, Ohio, to Raleigh, North Carolina – in 2010, at least 1,000 U.S. cities cited the presence of one of the four major drug cartels according to a U.S. Justice Department report.  According to that report:

There is no disputing that Mexican cartels are operating in the United States. Drug policy analysts estimate that about 90 percent of the cocaine, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamine on U.S. streets came here courtesy of the cartels and their distribution networks in Mexico and along the Southwestern border. DEA officials say they have documented numerous cases of cartel activity in Houston, Los Angeles, Chicago and Atlanta.

Cartel violence isn’t restricted to one side of the border. “Spillover violence” has taken thousands of U.S. lives, according to the FBI. In other words, the cartel threat – while certainly different from the jihadist-style threat of ISIS – is nevertheless a threat.

A whole stream of disturbing statistics about the Mexican drug cartels was brought to light in an opinion piece written by Musa al-Gharbia, a research fellow at the Southwest Initiative for the Study of Middle East Conflicts. This is not a list for the fainthearted:

Beheadings – Mexico is ranked directly below Iraq on the Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Index. On May 13, 2012, Mexican authorities found at least 49 decapitated and dismembered bodies along a highway in Nuevo Leon state, between the cities of Monterrey and Reynosa.

Killing children and women - As if decapitations and hanging dead bodies from bridges wasn’t enough, the drug cartels have made a practice of targeting women and children to further terrorize communities or prove they are tougher than the next gang. Children are shot in cars, in their grandmother’s arms or sitting next to their parents.

Mass graves: Mexican authorities have discovered several mass graves with hundreds of corpses of victims of the drug gangs in recent years. Some are filled with victims of the drug wars, others with those murdered for refusing to join the gangs. Most recently, as part of the search for 43 young Mexicans studying to become teachers, searchers have found six mass graves but so far none of the bodies has been identified as any of the missing students. Six mass graves, and they still haven’t found the right mass grave.

As noted, the comparison between ISIS and the cartels has its limits. Operation Inherent Resolve (the silly name the administration has given America’s military action against ISIS) and the “War on Drugs” are about different threats. ISIS wants to vanquish all sorts of infidels, including Americans. The drug cartels are about business – and anyone who gets in their way – including Americans – is a target.

It comes down to this: If the U.S. is being spurred into action against ISIS because of indignation and a threat to Americans, then it is worth remembering that a beheading in Mexico is just as horrifying as one in Iraq or Syria – and a threat against Americans is still a threat whether it is the result of ideology or criminal drug traffickers.

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Exciting Investment Opportunity in Afghanistan! Record Returns Expected!


by James Corbett
May 6, 2015


Great news for poppy farmers in Afghanistan: a mysterious, brand new strain of poppy seed has appeared on the scene this year promising a better crop than ever before. According to farmers in poppy-rich Helmand and Kandahar provinces, the seeds appeared out of nowhere, delivered to them by the same drug traffickers who provide them with tools, fertilizer, farming advice and cash advances at the start of each growing season and come back to collect the crop at the end of each season. As Gul Mohammad Shukran, head of Kandahar’s anti-narcotics department, explains, this new strain of seed is expected to produce “better drug plants, which require less water and have a faster growth time.”

It goes without saying that this news is even better for the mysterious seed-suppliers who end up taking the harvested opium and transporting it off to foreign countries to be processed into heroin and sold on the black market. But it works out best of all for the treaty organization that invaded the country 14 years ago and has overseen record bumper poppy harvest after record bumper poppy harvest year after year after year after year after year ever since.

That the NATO forces in Afghanistan are protecting the poppy crop is not even a point of controversy. Five years ago Lt. Colonel Brian Christmas of the U.S. Marines went on Fox News to lament that it “may grind in his gut,” but the NATO troops just have to help the farmers cultivate the poppy crop otherwise the farmers would turn against them.And just like that, the entire “war on drugs” is exposed for the lie that we already knew that it was. Afghanistan produces 90% of the world’s opium from which heroin is derived. The poppies from which that opium is collected are protected by U.S. marines and others in the full knowledge that this will end up on the streets of countries around the world as heroin.

Why this is the case isn’t hard to understand. The first and easiest explanation is the one that makes the world go round: Money, Money, Money! The sale of heroin is a $55 billion a year trade even by official UN estimates. Controlling the poppy fields of Afghanistan, therefore, is a military operation that pays for itself for any occupier unscrupulous enough to protect the drug trade.

But far beyond protecting the drug trade, NATO forces have long been implicated in shipping the drugs out of the country and helping bring them to the world market.

This explains the NATO helicopter that broke drug runner/assassin/terrorist/Gladio operative Abdullah Catli out of his Swiss prison cell in 1990.

This explains why the DEA was explicitly told to back off its investigations of former Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s drug-dealing brother by both the White House and the CIA.

This also explains why opium cultivation has tripled in Afghanistan since 2002 and why the State Department refuses to state for the record that poppy eradication was ever part of the US’ goal in the country.

But the other tactic at play is one that is centuries old. Three centuries ago, as demand for Chinese goods like silk and tea soared and with nothing to sell in return, Europe was facing a massive trade imbalance with the infamously inward-looking “middle kingdom.” The fine folks at the British East India Company hit upon a solution: opium! They sold prodigious amounts of the drug to foreign traders who shipped it into China. The British got what they wanted and then some: European silver started to return from the depths of the Chinese mainland and a growing number of Chinese were becoming opium addicts. The issue eventually came to a head in the First and Second Opium Wars (and, somewhat more obliquely, Skull and Bones).

In the 20th century a remarkably similar strategy was employed by the US in their proxy war with the Soviets during the Afghan-Soviet War of 1979-1989. As was asserted at the time by veteran researchers like Alfred “The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia” McCoy and finally admitted by the Washington Post in May 1990, the CIA and their Pakistani cohorts had deliberately protected Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and other “Afghan freedom fighters” despite the fact (or, more likely, because of it) that they were the country’s main heroin manufacturers. This not only led to a situation where more than 60% of heroin in the US itself was being directly supplied by a CIA operation, but also to encourage use and addiction of opiates by Soviet troops. The tactic was remarkably successful; not only did Russian troops bring their heroin addictions back home after the war, the explosion of opium in the past two decades has flooded Central Asia and Russia with enough raw material to fuel that addiction. In 2009 Russia’s own drug agency admitted the country was now the world’s number 1 consumer of heroin.

Such geopolitical games do not come without some recoil of course. Putin has repeatedly urged NATO’s ISAF invasion force to actually begin eradicating the poppy crop in Afghanistan instead of spurring it on to new record highs. Last year, after “suddenly realizing” that this will never happen, Putin pledged to work with the BRICS to combat Afghan drug smuggling (although it remains to be seen what South Africa or Brazil will be able to contribute to such an effort).

Despite this, business continues as usual for NATO in Afghanistan, especially now that Obama has announced (to absolutely no one’s surprise) that US troops won’t be withdrawn this year as originally planned. Drone strikes will continue to kill “militants” in Afghanistan on a regular basis. Foundation-funded “investigative news sites” will continue to “break stories” about a handful of soldiers involved in millions of dollars worth of fraud. Meanwhile the Pentagon will continue to hemorrhage unaccounted for trillions and facilitate a multibillion dollar drug trade without a peep from any crusading investigative reporter on a foundation payroll.

Oh, and the “mysterious sources” that are providing these new poppy seeds to the Afghan farmer? Don’t worry about it. I’m sure someone is going to make a killing on it.







Troops Protect Government Drug Dealing

The Truth Behind The Film Kill The Messenger And Gary Webb

Published on Oct 17, 2014

Alex Jones reviews the latest film 'Kill The Messenger' and explains his real life interactions with Gary Webb whom the film is based on. How the producers and director told the truth about how the CIA and our government suppressed the real story of their misdeeds and corruption in the sixties, seventies and still Today.







Troops Protect Government Drug Dealing





Troops Protect Government Drug Dealing



Dark Alliance:

The CIA, the Contras, and the Cocaine Explosion

In July 1995, San Jose Mercury-News reporter Gary Webb found the Big One--the blockbuster story every journalist secretly dreams about--without even looking for it. A simple phone call concerning an unexceptional pending drug trial turned into a massive conspiracy involving the Nicaraguan Contra rebels, L.A. and Bay Area crack cocaine dealers, and the Central Intelligence Agency. For several years during the 1980s, Webb discovered, Contra elements shuttled thousands of tons of cocaine into the United States, with the profits going toward the funding of Contra rebels attempting a counterrevolution in their Nicaraguan homeland. Even more chilling, Webb quickly realized, was that the massive drug-dealing operation had the implicit approval--and occasional outright support--of the CIA, the very organization entrusted to prevent illegal drugs from being brought into the United States.

Within the pages of Dark Alliance, Webb produces a massive amount of evidence that suggests that such a scenario did take place, and more disturbing evidence that the powers that be that allowed such an alliance are still determined to ruthlessly guard their secrets. Webb's research is impeccable--names, dates, places, and dollar amounts gather and mount with every page, eventually building a towering wall of evidence in support of his theories. After the original series of articles ran in the Mercury-News in late 1996, both Webb and his paper were so severely criticized by political commentators, government officials, and other members of the press that his own newspaper decided it best not to stand behind the series, in effect apologizing for the assertions and disavowing his work. Webb quit the paper in disgust in November 1997. His book serves as both a complex memoir of the time of the Contras and an indictment of the current state of America's press; Dark Alliance is as necessary and valuable as it is horrifying and grim. --Tjames Madison --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.







The Real "Freeway" Rick Ross Reveals Story Behind Kill The Messenger Film

Published on Oct 21, 2014

Alex Jones interviews former drug dealer turned truth teller and exposer of government corruption "Freeway" Rick Ross.







The CIA and the Drug Trade 

James Corbett
14 October, 2011


The cultivation of what we know today as the opium poppy goes back to the beginnings of recorded history, when the Sumerians in ancient Mesopotamia cultivated what they referred to as Hul Gil, or the “joy plant.” The practice was passed down through the Assyrians to the Babylonians and from there to the Egyptians, by which time the opium trade had begun to to fluorish and was fast becoming the lynchpin of international trade across the Mediterranean into Europe.

Indeed, as far back as one cares to go, control of the international opium trade has been a key factor in the rise and fall of empires.

During the 18th century, the British monopolized the opium trade in India and shipped thousands of chests of opium per year to China as a way of financing their huge trade deficit with that nation. When the Chinese cracked down on opium trafficking in the mid-19th century, the British fought two wars to ensure their Chinese opium market.

By the 1830s, American traders were already getting in on the act, with Samuel Russell’s “Russell & Company” becoming the largest American trading house in China. Russell’s cousin, William Huntington Russell, founded Skull & Bones, a secret society at Yale that has formed the core of the American intelligence establishment, a set of documentable facts that the establishment media seems eager to avoid.

The association between Skull and Bones and the American intelligence establishment from the OSS to the CIA is well-established by now, with a litany of agents, directors, and of course Director of Central Intelligence, George “Poppy” Bush himself, having been Bonesmen before being recruited for the agency. But the connection between the CIA and the international drug trade is not simply a historical one about 19th century opium traders.

Just as the British empire was in part financed by their control of the opium trade through the British East India Company, so too has the CIA been found time after time to be at the heart of the modern international drug trade.

From its very inception, the CIA has been embroiled in the murky underworld of drug trafficking.

In the late 1940s, the CIA funneled arms and funds to the Corsican Mafia in return for their assistance in breaking up widespread labour strikes in France that were threatening to establish communist control over the Old Port of Marseille. The Corsican crime syndicate, in turn, used the CIA support to set up the trafficking network known as “The French Connection” which saw heroin smuggled from Turkey to France, and shipped to the US, feeding an American heroin epidemic.

In Burma in 1950, the CIA regrouped the remnants of the defeated Nationalist Chinese Army, or KMT, to start an invasion of Southern China and draw Chinese troops away from the Korean front. Easily beaten back by Mao’s forces, the KMT instead turned their attention to occupying Burma, imposing an opium tax on all farmers in the opium-rich Shan highlands. Members of the Burmese military claimed that the KMT opium was flown out to Thailand and Taiwan on the same unmarked C-47s that the CIA had used to supply the group in the first place.

In the 1960s and early 1970s, the CIA recruited the Laotian Hmong tribe to fight communist forces in the region. The CIA encouraged the Hmong to grow opium instead of rice to make them dependent on CIA air drops of food. The agency could then force their compliance by threatening to withdraw the food aid. To make the deal even sweeter, they even located a heroin refinery at CIA headquarters in northern Loas and used Air America, a passenger and cargo airline that was covertly owned and operated by the CIA, to export the Laotian opium and heroin. Much of it ended up in Vietnam, causing an epidemic of heroin addiction in US soldiers.

In the 1980s, the locus of opium production shifted from the Golden Triangle, where the CIA was disengaging, to the Golden Crescent, where it was engaging with the Afghan mujahedeen in their CIA-funded struggle against the Soviets. Opium became a key funding mechanism for the insurgency, and as Peter Dale Scott explained on The Eyeopener earlier this year, the correlation between CIA involvement in the region and increasing opium production was not coincidental.

Also in the 1980s, the US supported the Contras in their fight against the Sandanista government in Nicaragua. Officially barred from arming and funding the Contras by congress, the CIA came up with a scheme to sell arms to Iran and use the funds to illegally arm and supply the Contras. CIA-protected drug smugglers flew down to Nicaragua loaded with arms to supply the Contras and flew back loaded with Columbian cocaine. A decade later, investigative reporter Gary Webb used official government documents to prove that the CIA had sheltered these drug smuggling operatives and followed the trail of this cheap Columbian cocaine to the beginning of the crack epidemic in South-Central LA.

Despite the numerous, documented and fully admitted examples of CIA involvement in drug dealing in the past, the idea that the agency is still tied in with international drug traffickers is largely dismissed as the stuff of conspiracy theory.

Over the last several years, however, some sensational but under-reported stories of plane crashes in Mexico have served to focus attention once again on the issue of agency complicity in drug dealing.

In 2004, a Beech 200 was apprehended in Nicaragua with 1100 kilos of cocaine. It was bearing a false tail number for a CIA aircraft owned by a CIA shell company.

In 2006, a DC9 was seized on a jungle airstrip in the Yucatan carrying 5.5 tons of cocaine packed into 126 identical black suitcases. The plane’s owner was linked to a company called Skyway Communications, whose CEO, James Kent, had previously held contract positions supporting intelligence projects for the DoD.

In 2007, a Grumman Gulfstream II jet crashed in Mexico carrying 3.3 tons of Columbian cocaine linked to the Mexican Sinaloa drug cartel. Later it was revealed that the plane had previously been used by the CIA to carry out rendition flights to Guantanamo Bay.

In 2008, a Cessna 402c aircraft was seized in Columbia with 850 kilos of cocaine bound for the United States. The plane’s purchase history links it to a company that one ex-CIA asset has fingered as a company that has a history of being involved in US government operations.

Now, the issue of intelligence agency drug dealing has once again raised its head in spectacular fashion in a rather unlikely place: a Chicago federal courtroom.

The case revolves around the prosecution of an accused Mexican drug trafficker, Jesus Vicente Zambada Niebla. Zambada Niebla is part of the famed Sinaloa drug cartel, an organization that has risen in Calderon’s Mexico to become one of the most powerful international drug trafficking cartels in the region, if not on the globe.

His case revolves around “ Fast and Furious,” an offshoot of the ATF’s Project Gunrunner which was ostensibly set up to stop the flow of illegal weapons into Mexico but has in fact allowed over 2000 guns to be smuggled under the ATF’s nose into the hands of Mexican drug gangs.

Zambada Niebla is in court on charges of serving as the logistical coordinator for the Sinaloa cartel, helping to import tons of cocaine into the us by land, rail, and air.

The only problem is that Zambada Niebla is now claiming to to be an asset of the US government. In response to this claim, US government prosecutors are attempting to invoke the “Classified Information Procedures Act” to keep classified material relation to national security out of public court proceedings.

According to a former federal agent contacted for comment on the case by Bill Conroy of NarcoNews, the invocation of CIPA means that CIA involvement in the case “is a very reasonable conclusion” and that “there is hot stuff to hide.”

Earlier this week, I had the chance to talk to Bill Conroy about the case, and about the possible relationship between the CIA and the Mexican drug cartels.

Despite the startling nature of the case, and the likelihood of agency complicity in drug trafficking into the United States yet again, the establishment media has been almost completely silent on this aspect of the Fast and Furious scandal, with Bill Conroy at NarcoNews being one of the only reporters on the beat at the moment.

Perhaps this is not surprising, given the shameful history of the American media in their coverage of CIA-drug connections in the past.

After the publication of Gary Webb’s expose on the CIA-Contra drug connections in the San Jose Mercury News in 1996, he was subjected to a fierce critique from the Washington Post, the LA Times and the New York Times. The backlash eventually forced Webb’s editors at the Mercury News to back away from the story. The CIA’s own internal investigation by Inspector General Frederick Hitz vindicated much of Webb’s reporting, but Webb remained a journalistic outcast and the story was commonly believed to be discredited.

In 2004, Gary Webb was found dead from two gunshot wounds to the head. The death was ruled a suicide.

In the end, perhaps it is a simple matter of economics. There are billions of dollars per year to be made in keeping the drug trade going, and it has long been established that Wall Street and the major American banks rely on drug money as a ready source of liquid capital.

In late 2009, Antonio Maria Costa, the head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, even went on record to say that it was primarily drug money that kept the American financial system afloat during the 2008 crisis, estimating that some $352 billion dollars of drug profits had been laundered via the major US banks during that time.

With those kinds of funds at stake, it is unsurprising to see a media-government-banking nexus develop around the status quo of a never-ending war on drugs, aided, abetted and facilitated by the modern-day British East India Company, the CIA.

As Presidential candidate Ron Paul pointed out during his 1988 run for the White House, it is not until the people take back their government and repeal the drug laws that help to maintain this phony drug war and artificially inflate the prices of this age-old scourge that we can begin to actually deal with the root of the drug problem, and at the same time remove one of the key funding sources for the CIA’s illegal operations






Soldier admits to helping grow opium

Published on Oct 23, 2014

Infowars Reporter Joe Biggs Breaks down Why the Opium Trade in Afghanistan has skyrocketed even though the US government has spent 7 Billion to halt opium growth. He also gives a first hand account of missions he was on In Afghanistan where he was told to guard opium fields. Our Government obviously isn't putting 7 billion dollars towards stopping the growth opium and is instead helping its growth. So many people every year get addicted to opiates and heroin. We know the CIA used Freeway Ricky Ross to bring Cocaine in to California, What makes you think that they wont do it again.

AFGHAN OPIUM POPPY YIELD HITS ALL-TIME HIGH - http://www.infowars.com/afghan-opium-...


AFGHANISTAN DRUG TRADE HITS $4 BILLION A YEAR - http://www.infowars.com/afghanistan-d...

FOX NEWS MAKES EXCUSE FOR CIA’S AFGHAN OPIUM CULTIVATION - http://www.infowars.com/fox-news-make...

U.S. WARS AND THE OPIUM TRADE - http://www.infowars.com/u-s-wars-and-...






In His Own Words: The Freeway Rick Ross Story

Published on Nov 14, 2014

Former West Coast drug kingpin tells his monumental story about the sudden influx of cocaine into the neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Plus, as a result of the fearless work of Gary Webb, the inevitable realization that the Government was the main supplier and distributor.

LINK : Musicians Against The NWO






War on Drugs

- The Globalists Biggest Ponzi Scheme of All Time 1 -

 Uploaded on Jul 10, 2011

Today on this live Sunday edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex covers a host of current topics and takes your calls. While the Obama Administration is under fire for lying about its knowledge of the ATF's Operation Fast and Furious, where it smuggled firearms to Mexican Drug Gangs, Alex breaks down its relation to larger government drug dealing and an attempt to use the program as a false flag against the 2nd Amendment. Alex will also discuss the lavish lives led by the elite who continue to call for carbon taxes and other curbs in development in the name of saving the environment.






War on Drugs

- The Globalists Biggest Ponzi Scheme of All Time 2 -

 Uploaded on Jul 10, 2011

Today on this live Sunday edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex covers a host of current topics and takes your calls. While the Obama Administration is under fire for lying about its knowledge of the ATF's Operation Fast and Furious, where it smuggled firearms to Mexican Drug Gangs, Alex breaks down its relation to larger government drug dealing and an attempt to use the program as a false flag against the 2nd Amendment. Alex will also discuss the lavish lives led by the elite who continue to call for carbon taxes and other curbs in development in the name of saving the environment.






Pat Tillman Fragged-Breaking Down The SMACK Trade

Troops Protect Government Drug Dealing







Sgt. Joe Biggs Witnessed Troops Being Drugged

 Alex is joined by Sgt. Joe Biggs to discuss the drugging of soldiers in combat and the results after their return.


LINK : U.S. Military Killing Its Own Troops!





If I were the devil

Texas Town Kills Two Year Old Because Parents Smoked Pot

Toddler Dies In CPS Captivity After Being Taken from Marijuana-smoking Parents

The Texas division of Child Protective Services may be ultimately to blame for a child's death this past week after the child was taken from her parents because they smoked pot and put in foster care with the woman that would eventually end up killing her.
Round Rock, Texas resident Joshua Hill received an urgent call last Monday, July 29 requesting he rush to the Scott and White Children's Emergency Hospital in Temple, about an hour north of Round Rock. Hill was only told it concerned his daughter, and was kept in the dark as to exactly what to expect.




Growing Pot To Treat PTSD May Lead To Life In Prison For Vet

Published on Jul 8, 2015


A marine corps veteran faces life in prison for cultivating marijuana plants while he lived in Oklahoma, plants which he relied on to treat severe post-traumatic stress disorder.

“The kind of help he got was being tossed in jail,” Whitney expressed.

Speaking of help, it should come as no surprise you won’t find any at the VA. Post Traumatic Stress Sufferer, Iraq War Veteran Chris Dorsey was told by a desk clerk at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs clinic in Georgia that they aren’t accepting any new patients.

This was the second facility Dorsey had been turned away from in a matter of days for his Post Traumatic Stress, even though it was PTSD awareness month.

Both of the facilities he visited failed to tell him of special treatment available to him as a part of PTSD awareness month, essentially the VA, the creator of PTSD awareness month, was unaware of PTSD awareness month. As our tax dollars burn in the wind. Jon Bowne reports.

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Prisons for American Veterans

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Government Admits they Deal Heroin, Terrorize Families for Pot 

At the same time, the CIA and other agencies of government have admittedly carried out narcotrafficking operations for decades. This is especially true in Afghanistan, where troops guard opium crops, and the fight against the Taliban and al qaeda is mired in drug trafficking.


Under the interim government of Hamid Karzai, opium poppy cultivation once again began to skyrocket and opium markets were restored. According to the United Nations Drug Control Program (UNDCP), opium cultivation increased by 657 per cent in 2002 in relation to its 2001 level. The UNDCP estimated 2002 opium poppy cultivation would cover an area between 45,000 and 65,000 hectares. Opium cultivation in 2001 had fallen to an estimated 7,606 hectares. According to the UN, in 2006 alone Afghanistan supplied 92 percent of the world’s supply of opium (see Apratim Mukarji’s  Afghanistan: From Freedom to Terror, p. 22-23).

“The Golden Crescent drug trade, launched by the CIA in the early 1980s, continues to be protected by US intelligence, in liaison with NATO occupation forces and the British military. In recent developments, British occupation forces have promoted opium cultivation through paid radio advertisements,” Michel Chossudovsky wrote in 2007.

“Respected people of Helmand. The soldiers of ISAF and ANA do not destroy poppy fields,” the radio promo said. “They know that many people of Afghanistan have no choice but to grow poppy. ISAF and the ANA do not want to stop people from earning their livelihoods.” This is basically the same excuse used by the soldier interviewed by Geraldo.

“Senior Bush Administration officials had displayed a complete lack of interest in the Afghan opium problem ever since 9/11,” James Risen writes in State of War. “In fact, the White House and Pentagon went out of their way to avoid taking on the Afghan drug lords from the very outset of U.S. military operations in Afghanistan.”

Not mentioned is the fact that more than 95 percent of the revenue generated by opium production is siphoned off to business syndicates, organized crime and banking and financial institutions.

“In many instances, drug money is currently the only liquid investment capital,” said Vienna-based UNODC Executive Director Antonio Maria Costa said last January. “In the second half of 2008, liquidity was the banking system’s main problem and hence liquid capital became an important factor.”

Former Managing Director and board member of Wall Street investment bank Dillon Read, Catherine Austin Fitts, has long alleged that the banksters launder imponderable amounts of drug money. “According to the Department of Justice, the US launders between $500 billion – $1 trillion annually. I have little idea what percentage of that is narco dollars, but it is probably safe to assume that at least $100-200 billion relates to US drug import-exports and retail trade,” writes Fitts.

The CIA has long secured the lucrative global drug market for Wall Street and for its own operational “off-the-books” purposes. “The CIA’s operational directorate, in other words that’s their covert operations, para-military, dirty tricks — call it whatever you want — has for at least 40 years that we can document paid for a significant amount of its work through the sales of heroin and cocaine,” Guerrilla News Network reported in an interview with Christopher Simpson.

The CIA has been in the drug running business since the 1950s. In Burma, Vietnam, Laos, Latin America, and Afghanistan, the CIA — also known as the “Cocaine Import Agency” — has remained at the forefront of the international illicit drug trade. The journalist Gary Webb and the San Jose Mercury News tied the CIA and the Contras to a large crack cocaine ring in Los Angeles. Webb paid with his life for revealing this information to the public.

None of this was mentioned by Geraldo Rivera and Fox News. Instead we are told drug dealing in Afghanistan is something engaged in by the evil Taliban (a group of religious fanatics created by the CIA and its partner, Pakistin’s ISI intelligence service).

Not that the Taliban are innocent — they have abandoned their old ways and are now exploiting the opium bumper crop to fund their operations.

“Curbing the Taliban’s multimillion dollar opium poppy business was a major goal of a military operation to seize this former insurgent stronghold,” the Associated Press reported in March. “If they destroy the crops and curb the trade, they lose the support of the population — a problem for which they have no easy solution.”

Support of the population, of course, comes in a far distant second to maintaining the addiction of Wall Street and the CIA to billions of dollars in profit.










Welcome To America… Now Bend Over

Police terrorize public with warrantless anal probes in freedom eviscerating “war on drugs” fallout


Steve Watson
Nov 8, 2013

When the animated series South Park lampooned the TSA, it did so by suggesting that screeners routinely demand that Americans passing through airports must submit to anal examinations. The exaggerated humor served to highlight a serious point – that TSA agents everywhere are violating Americans’ privacy and constitutional rights by groping their genitals and searching inside their underwear.

A disturbing series of recent cases suggests that this exact thing is now REALLY happening in the US – except it isn’t confined to airports, it is being carried out by police on the streets, and by doctors in hospitals at the behest of law enforcement officials.

The stories have centered on New Mexico, where not one, not two, but THREE cases of law enforcement officials enforcing humiliating and demeaning anal probes and body cavity searches WITHOUT CONSENT have been reported in recent weeks.

By far the most appalling of these cases was that of David Eckert, who was subjected to FOURTEEN HOURS of medical probes at the hands of doctors following orders from deputies with the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office and police officers with the City of Deming.

Eckert’s crime? He did not come to a complete stop at a stop sign.

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After pulling Eckert over, officers approached with a drug sniffing dog which alerted. The officers then suggested Eckert was “clenching his buttocks”, and that they had probable cause to have him examined.

While a doctor at one emergency room refused to go along with the “unethical” process, physicians at the Gila Regional Medical Center in Silver City agreed to carry out the anal exams, happy that the police had secured a “search warrant” from a judge.

The medical report released as part of the case indicates that police ordered doctors to carry out no less than EIGHT anal and abdominal searches, consisting of 2 X-rays, 2 anal penetration examinations by hand, 3 enemas, forcing Eckert to defecate in front of doctors and police each time, and finally a full colonoscopy, involving inserting a camera into his anus, rectum, colon, and large intestine.

At no point were any drugs discovered. Eckert never gave consent for any of the procedures to be carried out and was vocally resistant throughout. The police and doctors involved are now facing a hefty lawsuit and possibly being both sacked and banned from law enforcement and the practice medicine respectively.

While Eckert’s attorneys are questioning whether a judge even has the authority to issue such a warrant to search INSIDE a person’s body, what is not under any doubt is the fact that the horrific medical procedures were carried out in a different county to the one in which said warrant had apparent jurisdiction. Some of the procedures were also undertaken in the hours AFTER the warrant had expired.

“This is like something out of a science fiction film, anal probing by government officials and public employees,” said Eckert’s attorney, Shannon Kennedy, who is arguing that there wasn’t sufficient probable cause in the case.

“If the officers in Hidalgo County and the City of Deming are seeking warrants for anal cavity searches based on how they’re standing and the warrant allows doctors at the Gila Hospital of Horrors to go in and do enemas and colonoscopies without consent, then anyone can be seized and that’s why the public needs to know about this,” the attorney added.

But this was not the end of the story. Eckert’s attorney has uncovered another case almost identical to his ordeal, involving a second man being forcefully anally probed at the hands of the same police department and the same doctors.

After not using his blinker at a junction, Timothy Young was pulled over by cops in Lordsburg, N.M and subjected to a search involving the very same drug sniffing dog that featured in Eckert’s ordeal. When the dog again alerted, Young was shipped off to the Gila Regional Medical Center and subjected to anal exams and x-rays of his stomach, without giving his consent.


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The examinations again turned up nothing, and it again turned out that the “search warrant” obtained by the cops was issued in a different county to where the medical exams took place.

The attorney in Eckert’s case also discovered that that the drug sniffing dog’s certification expired in 2011 and was never renewed. The law states that drug dogs must be re-certified every year.

“We have done public requests to find anything that would show this dog has been trained, we have evidence that this dog has had false alerts in the past,” Kennedy said.

Following intense media coverage, a THIRD person from New Mexico, this time a woman, has come forward with a similar story. Representing the woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, the ACLU states that federal border patrol agents pressed their fingers into her vagina and anus without consent and without a warrant, following a drug dog alerting to her at a Port of Entry from Juarez, Mexico into El Paso.


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The agents are said to have stripped searched the woman at their facility, asked her to spread her genitalia and to cough. Female agents also allegedly pressed their fingers into her vagina looking for drugs, but turned up nothing. Medical records examined by the ACLU revealed that the woman did not consent to the strip search or having her private parts sexually molested. The woman’s ordeal then continued as the agents delivered her to the University Medical Center of El Paso.

“First, medical staff observed her making a bowl movement and no drugs were found at that point,” said Laura Schaur Ives, Legal Director for the New Mexico Chapter of the ACLU. “They then took an X-ray, but it did not reveal any contraband. They then did a cavity search and they probed her vagina and her anus, they described in the medical records as bi-manual–two handed. Finally, they did a cat scan. Again, they found nothing.”

These cases indicate that police are conducting these procedure as a matter of routine when a drug sniffing dog reacts to anyone they stop. The Americans in these cases have been treated worse than prisoners would be in maximum security detention facilities, with total disregard for the Fourth Amendment, which is supposed to protect against unreasonable searches and seizures.

It should also be noted that a prominent study from 2011 found that only 44% percent of all canine “alerts” turn up any contraband. The analysis conducted by the Chicago Tribune, also found that in Chicago, the number of false “alerts” jumped to 73 percent when police were confronting a Latino suspect. While this may mean that dogs are being purposefully manipulated into reacting by discriminatory cops, a further study published in the January 2011 edition of the scientific journal Animal Cognition found that dogs are overwhelmingly influenced by their handlers’ belief that drugs may be present. The author of the study, Lisa Lit, noted that this aspect “might be as important — or even more important — than the sensitivity of a dog’s nose” in such cases.

The three cases described above, are far from isolated incidents. In July of this year, two Houston women, made headlines when Texas Department of Transportation (DPS) troopers performed embarrassing body cavity searches in plain view on both women along a Houston highway. The justification for examining both the women’s anuses and vaginas, was “an odor of marijuana” in their vehicle. In a dash-cam video of the incident the trooper is heard telling one of the young women “we’re about to get up close and personal with your womanly parts.” After the search was concluded the women complained of “severe and continuing pain and discomfort.”



Even more disturbingly, the trooper did not change her gloves in between cavity searches, a blatant health and safety violation. The two women have filed a federal lawsuit against DPS and are currently in litigation. While the senior trooper was later fired, the trooper that followed the order to conduct the cavity searches was re-instated to duty, following a short suspension, after a grand jury failed to indict her on any wrongdoings.

In an almost exact replica of this case, a trooper named Kelley Helleson from North Texas was charged with two counts of sexual assault and two counts of official oppression by a Dallas County Grand Jury back in March, after carrying out a search of the body cavities — front and back — of two women along an exit ramp of the Bush Turnpike in Irving.

The women, Angel Dobbs, 38, and her niece, Ashley Dobbs, 24, were stopped after one of them threw a cigarette out of their car window. Another trooper on the scene, David Farrell, was charged with theft after one of the women complained that he stole her prescription bottle of the painkiller hydrocodone. The lawsuit also says Helleson failed to properly explain the extent of the search, telling the women “not to worry about” why she was putting on blue latex gloves.

DPS Director Steve McCraw, who oversaw both the cases described above, is accused in the second lawsuit of failing to address a “long standing pattern of police misconduct involving unlawful strip searches, cavity searches and the like…”

These ordeals, which amount to a gross violation of civil rights, make the TSA’s airport groping shenanigans seem somewhat tame in comparison. In numerous other reported cases, while police are stopping short of full on anal and vaginal searches, they are still terrorizing people in the streets by searching inside their underwear, in plain view of the public. Police are also routinely stopping drivers and demanding blood, urine and even DNA samples, without proper authorization.



The common factor in all of these cases is that police are using the suspicion of a presence of narcotics as justification for conducting blatantly unconstitutional searches. Unfortunately, this is the horrific fallout of the over hyped “war on drugs” that the government and the media have been drilling into the minds of law enforcement officials for some 20+ years.

Prominent non-governmental organization the Transform Drug Policy Foundation summarizes the erosion of human rights in the face of a manufactured threat:

“Like the war on terror, the war on drugs is framed as a response to an exceptional, existential threat to our health, our security, and indeed the very fabric of society. The ‘Addiction to narcotic drugs’ is portrayed as an ‘evil’ the international community has a moral duty to ‘combat’ because it is a ‘danger of incalculable gravity’ that warrants a series of (otherwise publicly unacceptable) extraordinary measures. This is not an exaggeration of the political rhetoric. This crusading language has created a political climate in which drug war policy and enforcement are not required to meet human rights norms.”

In addition to the bill of rights, every form of dignity is being degraded by design, as the phony drug war is used by state and federal law enforcement personnel as a pretext to eviscerate privacy, raid private property, and now, as we have seen, to literally rape Americans on the streets.

In their influential examination of the “war on drugs” researchers Jay Stanley and Barry Steinhardt note:

“In recent years – in no small part as the result of the failed ‘war on drugs’ – Fourth Amendment principles have been steadily eroding. The circumstances under which police and other government officials may conduct warrantless searches has been rapidly expanding. The courts have allowed for increased surveillance and searches on the nation’s highways and at our ‘borders’ (the legal definition of which actually extends hundreds of miles inland from the actual border). And despite the Constitution’s plain language covering ‘persons’ and ‘effects,’ the courts have increasingly allowed for warrantless searches when we are outside of our homes and ‘in public.’ Here the courts have increasingly found we have no ‘reasonable expectation’ of privacy and that therefore the Fourth Amendment does not apply.”

If the “war on drugs” were a legitimate operation it would have long ago proven an unmitigated failure. However, it is a fake initiative, as underscored by information publicly released as part of FBI probes and Congressional investigations in the mid to late nineties, documenting the fact that US federal agencies, including the CIA, have been shipping in vast quantities of illegal narcotics for decades, with big banks laundering the ill gotten gains.

Until these flagrant violations of the law are properly addressed, Americans and anyone visiting America needs to be aware that when traveling they must be wary of encountering law enforcement officials who will disregard their inalienable rights without hesitation, and will bypass any concern for causing public humiliation of, or physical and emotional damage to those they encounter.


Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.

This article was posted: Friday, November 8, 2013 at 1:49 pm




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According to NBC DFW, “The lawsuit further alleges that [trooper Kelley] Helleson performed searches on both women, touching both their anus and vaginas, without changing the latex gloves between searches.”

Footage of the incident was caught by one of the trooper’s dash-cams and shows in horrific detail how the two women, Angel Dobbs, 38, and her niece, Ashley Dobbs, 24, were made to submit to invasive grope-downs in full view of passing motorists.


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On this Friday edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex welcomes retired NYPD officer Frank Serpico to discuss police corruption and the drug war. Serpico’s experiences as a police officer were dramatized in the 1973 film Serpico, which starred Al Pacino in the lead role.



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 In the latter half of the 20th century, eugenics merely changed its face to become known as "population control". This was crystallized in National Security Study Memorandum 200, a 1974 geopolitical strategy document prepared by Rockefeller's intimate friend and fellow Bilderberg member Henry Kissinger, which targeted thirteen countries for massive population reduction by means of creating food scarcity, sterilization and WAR.



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 If you want to see the real consequences of Bilderberg, look at its plans that have come to fruition — austerity and loss of national sovereignty and democracy in Europe, the massive transfer of wealth and manufacturing from American to the communist elite in China.

Frequent attendee Henry Kissinger has been involved in secret wars, military coups, CIA torture and terrorism — all of which have caused the loss of tens of thousands of lives. But the machinations of his mentor David Rockefeller and the manipulations of the central banks could, if not stopped, cause worldwide economic disaster, famine and war.

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Kissinger Confronted As “Mass Murderer”


“You coward! You self-serving coward! Get lost!”

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May 29, 2013


Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was confronted and labeled a “mass murderer” by We Are Change’s Luke Rudkowski during an event at which Kissinger was awarded a medal for his role in promoting “freedom and democracy.”


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For the third time, Luke Rudkowski confronts Henry Kissinger about his crimes against humanity and the Bilderberg group. Luke also asked him about the comment he is on record saying "The illegal we do immediately, the unconstitutional takes a little longer." This took place at the Intrepid Freedom Gala where Henry Kissinger was receiving a reward for "freedom and democracy."

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The confrontation took place after Kissinger gave a speech at the “Salute To Freedom” event which took place last week at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York.

Filming the exchange via a spectacle-mounted camera while Kissinger sat down to dinner, Rudkowski asked Kissinger what he meant by the quote, “The illegal we do immediately, the unconstitutional takes a little longer,” which emerged recently via a Wikileaks data dump.

After a garbled response, Kissinger remarked, “What are you doing this for?”

Rudkowski then asked, “We want to know what the agenda of the Bilderberg Group meeting’s going to be,” to which Kissinger responded, “Oh come on, get lost please, I said get lost!”

Rudkowski continued, “How does it feel winning the freedom award when you’re wanted as a mass murderer and wanted in many countries and butchered millions of people?”

“You coward! You self-serving coward – get lost!” Kissinger responded.

“You know this freedom award’s a lie and you’re wanted for mass murder in different countries – you know it’s a lie,” remarked Rudkowski.

Kissinger’s involvement in war crimes was best documented in Christopher Hitchens’ 2001 book The Trial of Henry Kissinger. After examining the evidence of Kissinger’s involvement in directing massacres in Vietnam, Bangladesh and Timor, as well as assassinations in Chile, Cyprus, and Washington, D.C., Hitchens concludes that Kissinger should be prosecuted “for war crimes, for crimes against humanity, and for offenses against common or customary or international law, including conspiracy to commit murder, kidnap, and torture.”

Hitchens also asserted that Kissinger is “a stupendous liar with a remarkable memory.”

A number of countries in South America and Europe have sought to question Kissinger about his actions during the Nixon and Ford administrations and several individuals have also attempted to make a citizens arrest.

This is the third time that We Are Change have confronted Henry Kissinger. Watch the first two videos below, including Kissinger’s response to himself being quoted by Bob Woodward as saying, “Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”



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The film focuses on Henry Kissinger and his role in America's secret bombing of Cambodia in 1969, the approval of Indonesia's genocidal assault on East Timor in 1975, the assassination of a Chilean general in 1970, and his involvement in the 1969 Paris peace talks concerning the Vietnam Conflict.



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The US military is in Afghanistan for two reasons. First to restore and control the world’s largest supply of opium for the world heroin markets and to use the drugs as a geopolitical weapon against opponents, especially Russia. That control of the Afghan drug market is essential for the liquidity of the bankrupt and corrupt Wall Street financial mafia. ...The second reason the US military remains in Afghanistan long after the world has forgotten even who the mysterious Osama bin Laden and his alleged Al Qaeda terrorist organization is or even if they exist, is as a pretext to build a permanent US military strike force with a series of permanent US airbases across Afghanistan. The aim of those bases is not to eradicate any Al Qaeda cells that may have survived in the caves of Tora Bora, or to eradicate a mythical “Taliban” which at this point according to eyewitness reports is made up overwhelmingly of local ordinary Afghanis fighting to rid their land once more of occupier armies as they did in the 1980’s against the Russians.




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Since that time, NATO has continued to take a lead role in more and more overtly offensive campaigns of aggression in theatre after theatre. By now it is commonly understood to be an extension of the Pentagon itself, a convenient international military instrument for Washington to wield whenever the pretense of an international consensus cannot be achieved at the UN Security Council. -- James Corbett


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The business of lending blood money is one of the most thoroughly sordid, cold blooded, and criminal acts that were ever carried on, to any considerable extent, amongst human beings. It is like lending money to slave traders, or to common robbers and pirates, to be repaid out of their plunder. And theman who loans money to governments, so called, for the purpose of enabling the latter to rob, enslave and murder their own people, are among the greatest villains that the world has ever seen.

With mountains of documentation, mostly from government and corporate sources, Sutton shows that Soviet military technology is heavily dependent on U.S. and allied gifts, "peaceful trade" and exchange programs. We've built for, sold, traded, or given outright to the Communists everything from copper wiring and military trucks to tank technology, missile guidance technology, and computers - even the Space Shuttle.

Background on Professor Antony C. Sutton

Antony C. Sutton — Feb. 14, 1925 - June 17, 2002 Antony Sutton has been persecuted but never prosecuted for his research and subsequent publishing of his findings. His mainstream career was shattered by his devotion towards uncovering the truth. In 1968, his Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development was published by The Hoover Institute at Stanford University. Sutton showed how the Soviet state's technological and manufacturing base, which was then engaged in supplying the North Vietnamese the armaments and supplies to kill and wound American soldiers, was built by US firms and mostly paid for by the US taxpayers. From their largest steel and iron plant, to automobile manufacturing equipment, to precision ball-bearings and computers, basically the majority of the Soviet's large industrial enterprises had been built with the United States help or technical assistance.

Professor Richard Pipes of Harvard said in his book, Survival Is Not Enough: Soviet Realities and America's Future (Simon & Schuster;1984): "In his three-volume detailed account of Soviet Purchases of Western Equipment and Technology . . . [Antony] Sutton comes to conclusions that are uncomfortable for many businessmen and economists. For this reason his work tends to be either dismissed out of hand as 'extreme' or, more often, simply ignored."

The report was too much and Sutton's career as a well-paid member of the academic establishment was under attack and he was told that he "would not survive".

His work led him to more questions than answers. "Why had the US built-up it's enemy? Why did the US build-up the Soviet Union, while we also transferred technology to Hitler's Germany? Why does Washington want to conceal these facts?"

Sutton, following his leads, proceeded to research and write his three outstanding books on Wall Street, FDR, the Rise of Hitler, and The Bolshevik Revolution. Then, someone sent Antony a membership list of Skull and Bones and "a picture jumped out". And what a picture! A multigenerational foreign-based secret society with fingers in all kinds of pies and roots going back to 'Illuminati' influences in 1830's Germany.








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Over 4 years, 4 festival wins and sold-out screenings from California to Manchester England.

Angered by the death of several family members from the legal drugs of alcohol, tobacco and pharmaceuticals, Texas filmmaker Kevin Booth delves into a world of deceit and corruption controlled by a drug-dealing government whose only allegiance is to its corporate masters.

The official DVD contains over three hours of bonus features including:
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We are the only place to have this DVD in stock and ready to ship.  Director Kevin Booth has exclusively selected Infowars to handle the release of this DVD.  Order today and enjoy special discounted pricing.

In American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny (DVD, 90 minutes) director Kevin Booth navigates through the cutting edge of cannabis research while becoming a foster parent to a child who is court ordered to take powerful, mind-altering drugs.

An emotional roller coaster from start to finish, American Drug War 2 follows the unimaginable story of a young boy battling cancer.  After surviving brain surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy, a 2-year-old boy lay in a coma not eating for over 40 days. His parents are told to make funeral arrangements. However, his father had read about a version of an ancient drug made from cannabis. Unbeknownst to the hospital staff, the parents start secretly injecting the illegal drug into their dying son's feeding tube and soon a "miracle" takes place. When the doctors are told that cannabis was the cause of the "miracle," they have nothing to say.  This story serves as a backdrop to exploring the cutting edge science of medical marijuana and the suppression of its benefits.

The film also documents the saga of filmmaker Booth and his wife becoming foster parents as they encounter the prevalent use of mind altering pharmaceutical drugs on foster children.  Every war has unintended victims and it's the children who are suffering from America's longest running war.  The theme of children being the ultimate victims of greedy corporate drug policy is undeniable as the film crosses the border into Juarez, Mexico to discover young boys being recruited by cartels to commit murder for an average pay of forty American dollars. 

Is it a conspiracy?  This film uncovers the true profit motives that continue to keep marijuana inside the black market.




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