Apr 17


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Abby Martin gives a heartfelt tribute to investigative journalist and former LAPD detective, Michael C. Ruppert, highlighting his career from exposing CIA drug trafficking to his groundbreaking research on ‘Peak Energy’ and remember his sincere devotion to truth and justice.

- Report: Mike Ruppert, former LAPD officer who exposed CIA drug dealing, dead at 63 (WTF RLY Report, April 15, 2014):

Raw Story

The 63-year-old Ruppert had previously worked as a Los Angeles police officer, and he gained notoriety in 1995 for an encounter with then-CIA Director John Deutch during a town hall meeting.

Ruppert, a former narcotics officer, told Deutch he’d seen evidence of CIA complicity in drug dealing.

He published and edited the website From The Wilderness, where he claimed the CIA and U.S. government were involved in the September 11, 2001, terrorist plots.

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Apr 16

From the article:

“… were handed over to federal agents and will be destroyed.”

Destroyed???

Oh, sure! 

Flashback:

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- 24 Tons Of Cocaine Transported By The U.S. Air Force To Miami

- The Mena Connection: Exposing The CIA, Bush, Clinton, Iran Contra, And Drug Running (Full Documentary)

- Head of DEA Judge Robert Bonner: ‘CIA Are Drug Smugglers’ (Video)

- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro: U.S. Drug Agents Smuggling Cocaine

- AND NOW: Federal Agents Allowed Drug Cartel To Smuggle Tons Of Cocaine Into US

- Coca-Cola Imports Coca Leaves Which Are Used To Manufacture 333 Kg Cocaine In The United States With DEA Approval


- Coast Guard in Miami Beach unloads bales of cocaine with a street value of about $350 million (Miami Herald, April 15, 2014):

Wearing protective gloves and masks, members of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Legare carried 127 bales of cocaine — with a street value of about $350 million — off the ship and into a waiting trailer Tuesday.

The 80-pound bricks, which were seized in two separate cases in Southwestern Caribbean waters, were handed over to federal agents and will be destroyed. The drugs are worth about $110 million wholesale. Street value is usually about three times the wholesale value.

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Apr 04

Related info:

- Like Nearly All Other Mass Shooters, Ex-Navy Shooter Aaron Alexis Was Also Being Treated With Psychiatric Drugs

- Every Mass Shooting Over Tast 20 Years Has One Thing In Common … And It’s Not Guns

- SSRI Stories – Antidepressant Nightmares: School Shootings & Incidents

- SSRI Stories – Antidepressant Nightmares – ‘We Speak For The Dead To Protect The Living’

- Making A Killing: The Untold Story Of Psychotropic Drugging (Full Documentary)


- Fort Hood shooter on Ambien, antidepressants and a ‘cocktail’ of mind-altering meds (Natural News, April 4, 2014):

Earlier Natural News reported that the Army specialist who shot and killed three and wounded more than a dozen people at Fort Hood April 2 before taking his own life was taking the powerful delirium drug Ambien.

That was certainly true enough, as we documented, but later reports indicated that the shooter, Spc. Ivan Lopez, was actually on several mind- and mood-altering medications.

As reported by Britain’s Telegraph:

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Apr 03

Related info:

- Like Nearly All Other Mass Shooters, Ex-Navy Shooter Aaron Alexis Was Also Being Treated With Psychiatric Drugs

- Every Mass Shooting Over Tast 20 Years Has One Thing In Common … And It’s Not Guns

- SSRI Stories – Antidepressant Nightmares: School Shootings & Incidents

- SSRI Stories – Antidepressant Nightmares – ‘We Speak For The Dead To Protect The Living’

- Making A Killing: The Untold Story Of Psychotropic Drugging (Full Documentary)


- Fort Hood shooter was Iraq vet being treated for mental health issues (CNN, April 3, 2014):

The man who opened fire at the Fort Hood military post in Texas was a veteran who served four months in Iraq and was undergoing treatment for mental health issues.

Spc. Ivan Lopez, married with children, moved to the post in Killeen in February from another military installation.

Authorities don’t know what prompted the shooting spree Wednesday, where Lopez, 34, killed three people, wounded 16 — before fatally shooting himself.

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Mar 31

Ritalin is a mind-altering drug and it destroys the brain.

“Ritalin uncouples the frontal lobe from the rest of the brain.”
(Quote from a lecture given by a German Prof. of Neuroscience)

Related info:

- Study: ADHD Drugs Proven Absolutely Useless for Children (Natural News)

- Children taking ADHD medication may be at risk of sudden cardiac death (New York Daily News)

- Ritalin and other ADHD drugs lead to sudden death in children (Examiner)

- The Secret History Of Big Pharma’s Role In Creating And Marketing Heroin, LSD, Meth, Ecstasy, Speed And Ritalin (Natural News)


- Children’s hyperactivity ‘is not a real disease’, says US expert (Guardian, March 30, 2014):

Neuroscientist says children are being ‘labelled’ as having ADHD when there could be other reasons for their disorder

One of the world’s leading neuroscientists, whose work has been acknowledged by work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith, has suggested that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is not “a real disease”.

On the eve of a visit to Britain to meet Duncan Smith and the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, Dr Bruce D Perry told the Observer that the label of ADHD outlined a broad set of symptoms. “It is best thought of as a description. If you look at how you end up with that label, it is remarkable because any one of us at any given time would fit at least a couple of those criteria,” he said.

Prescriptions for methylphenidate drugs, such as Ritalin, which are used to treat children diagnosed as suffering from ADHD, have soared by 56% in the UK, from 420,000 in 2007 to 657,000 in 2012. Such “psychostimulants” are thought to stimulate a part of the brain that changes mental and behavioural reactions.

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Mar 31

- The secret history of Big Pharma’s role in creating and marketing heroin, LSD, meth, Ecstasy and speed (Natural News, April 3, 2007):

Most consumers think that street drugs are in an entirely different class than prescription drugs, and they believe that pharmaceutical companies would never manufacture or sell street drugs. But guess what? As you’ll read here, drug companies actually invented many of the street drugs now considered to be the most devastating, including heroin and meth (“ice”).

Here are seven facts you probably never knew about the connection between street drugs and pharmaceutical companies: Continue reading »

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Mar 26

- Big Pharma profiteering gone wild: $1,000-a-pill Hepatitis drug in USA sells for less than $10 in Egypt (Natural News, March 26, 2014):

The financial raping of America by Big Pharma has just achieved a new milestone with the impending launch of a Hepatitis C drug that costs $1,000 a pill. If you’ve ever wondered why U.S. health care is so unaffordable and inaccessible — and why health insurance costs are bankrupting businesses and municipalities across the nation — this is exactly why. The same drug that sells for $1,000 a pill in the USA — named “Sovaldi” — sells for just $10 in Egypt, or 1/100th the USA price. Continue reading »

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Mar 24

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Package sent to the Vatican from a South American country contained 14 condoms filled with £33,000 worth of liquid cocaine

- Vatican cocaine-filled condoms parcel seized by German customs officers (Guardian March 23, 2014):

Package sent to the Vatican from a South American country contained 14 condoms filled with £33,000 worth of liquid cocaine

German customs officials have intercepted a package addressed to the Vatican containing 14 condoms filled with cocaine.

A government spokesman said a box packed with 340 grammes of the drug, valued at €40,000 (£33,470), was seized in January at the international airport in the eastern city of Leipzig.

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Mar 24

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- 10 Health Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be Real (The Truth, March 23, 2014):

Do you believe in any “health conspiracy theories”?  Do you believe that there are “natural cures” for diseases that the medical establishment is not telling you about?  Do you believe that vaccines, cell phones or the fluoride in the water can have a harmful impact on the health of your family?  If you answered yes to any of those questions, you are not alone.  According to one recent survey, approximately half of all Americans believe in at least one “medical conspiracy theory”.  Thanks to the Internet, more people than ever are questioning the established dogma of the medical community.  As a result, more people are starting to make their own health decisions, and this has resulted in quite a backlash from the medical establishment.  They are spending a lot of time, effort and money to combat these “health conspiracy theories”, but as you will see below, quite a few of them have turned out to be real.

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Mar 04

- Blood pressure pills ‘raise risk of fatal fall’ (Telegraph, Feb 25, 2014):

Blood pressure pills may be doing more harm than good as they increase the risk of elderly people having falls, scientists have found

Millions of older people taking high-blood pressure tablets, like beta-blockers, may be doing themselves more harm than good because the pills increase the risk of fatal falls, scientists have warned.

Yale University has discovered that the risk of dying from a fall when taking tablets rises by 40 per cent over three years – similar to the risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke over the same period.

The majority of over 70s suffer from high blood pressure and nearly 5 million take medication for hypertension.

But several recent studies have questioned whether the risks and side-effects of medication are outweighing the benefits.

Hypertension drugs lower blood pressure but can lead to side-effects which include dizziness, excessive tiredness and blurred vision.

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Mar 03

Related info:

- British Medical Journal: Statin Drugs Cause Liver Damage, Kidney Failure And Cataracts

- Study: Statin Drugs Accelerate Hardening of Arteries


- Health chief slams statins: Millions face terrible side effects as prescription escalates (Express, March 2, 2014):

LEADING doctors are demanding an end to the widespread prescription of statins, warning that one in four Britons will soon be at risk of terrible side effects from the controversial heart drugs.

Those sounding the alarm include Dr Kailash Chand, deputy chairman of the British Medical Association, who suffered “awful” muscle pains while taking statins and claims that plans to prescribe them to millions more adults will “only benefit drug companies”.The drugs are currently offered to patients with a 20 per cent risk of developing heart disease to help keep their cholesterol levels in check.

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Feb 25

Don Diego’s $5m price tag and the role of bounties in the US war on drugs
Colombian drug cartel leader Diego León Montoya Sánchez, alias ‘Don Diego’, being arrested in 2007. Photograph: Leonardo Munoz/EPA

- Informants who helped US catch drug lords say rewards have not been paid (Guardian, Feb 25, 2014):

The lure of $5m helped catch Colombian capo ‘Don Diego’, but the man who turned him in says he is still waiting for the bounty

Tito will never forget the night he learned that the FBI had put a $5m price on the head of Diego León Montoya Sánchez (“Don Diego”), the leader of what was then Colombia’s most powerful drug cartel. As the newest name on the FBI’s list of 10 most wanted, Montoya was second only to Osama bin Laden as America’s most wanted.

When he saw the headlines on the evening news that night in 2004, Tito turned to Montoya on the sofa beside him in the safehouse where they were hiding, and the two men shared a nervous laugh. Tito, who was part of Montoya’s inner circle, thought: “Things are going to get hairy.”

And they did. The offer of $5m made Montoya distrust everyone around him. Over the next three years Tito helped Montoya escape numerous Colombian police and military operations to capture him. After each failed attempt, Montoya ordered the murder of those he suspected of ratting on him – including several of Tito’s closest friends.

“He started having people who knew things killed off. And if anyone knew things about Diego it was me,” said Tito. So before Montoya could turn on him, Tito turned him in, figuring he could live the rest of his life comfortably with the $5m bounty. Thanks to Tito, Montoya is now serving a 45-year sentence in a Florida prison. But six and a half years later, Tito hasn’t seen a dime of the reward.

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Feb 15

- The Drugging Of America Summarized In 19 Mind-Altering Facts (ZeroHedge, Feb 15, 2014):

The American people are the most drugged people in the history of the planet.  Illegal drugs get most of the headlines, but the truth is that the number of Americans that are addicted to legal drugs is far greater than the number of Americans that are addicted to illegal drugs.  As you will see below, close to 70 percent of all Americans are currently on at least one prescription drug.  In addition, there are 60 million Americans that “abuse alcohol” and 22 million Americans that use illegal drugs.  What that means is that almost everyone that you meet is going to be on something.  That sounds absolutely crazy but it is true.  We are literally being drugged out of our minds.  In fact, as you will read about below, there are 70 million Americans that are taking “mind-altering drugs” right now.  If it seems like most people cannot think clearly these days, it is because they can’t.  We love our legal drugs and it is getting worse with each passing year.  And considering the fact that big corporations are making tens of billions of dollars peddling their drugs to the rest of us, don’t expect things to change any time soon.

The following are 19 statistics about the drugging of America that are almost too crazy to believe: Continue reading »

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Feb 12

- 70 MILLION Americans are on Mind-Altering Prescription Drugs (International Coalition For Drug Awareness, Feb 10, 2014):

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AMERICA’S PRESCRIPTION DRUG ADDICTION

CDC: NOW FASTEST GROWING DRUG PROBLEM

BREAKING NEWS FROM TODAY’S LONDON DAILY MAIL

…. Experts have warned legal substances caused more overdose deaths than heroine and cocaine combined during the past decade, according to the U.S. report.

…. In 2010 more than 250 million prescriptions for antidepressants were written for Americans.

…. 70 MILLION Americans are on mind-altering drugs: shock statistic which shows full extent of use of illegal and legal narcotics

…. One in Five adults take prescription psychiatric drugs

…. CDC: “Prescription drug abuse is the fastest growing drug problem in the United States.’

…. 27,000 unintentional drug overdose deaths occurred in the United States

…. 10 per cent of high school pupils are prescribed drugs for ADHD

…. Anti-depressants have been linked to a series of school shootings

(You can see that data posted here: http://www.drugawareness.org/ssri-nightmares/school-shootings/)

My Posted Comment to This Article

“For 25 years I have been screaming this warning of the prescription drug train wreck heading straight for America, but then extending worldwide. Most did not want to hear it. If mainstream media wanted to keep their advertising dollars – one of their main sources of revenue – they knew they had to keep quiet about it or even downplay what was happening before our eyes. So I documented school & workplace shootings, etc.

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Feb 02

Flashback:

- Detainees drugged against their will


- Soviet psychiatric drug for dissidents given to US patients (Jon Rappoport, Feb 1, 2014):

It’s called Haldol. The generic name is haloperidol.

It’s classified as an “anti-psychotic.”

You’ll read that Haldol is being phased out in the US, but “PM: The Essential Resource for Pharma Marketers” reports that Haldol accounts for 5% of anti-psychotic prescriptions handed out between 2010 and 201l.

That’s 2.7 million prescriptions for Haldol. In one year, in the US.

The major and frequent adverse effects of the drug? Akathisia (the irresistible and painful impulse to keep moving, the inability to sit still), dystonia (severe muscle contractions that twist the body grotesquely), and Parkinsonism.

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Jan 15

- American Government Backed Murderous Mexican Drug Cartel for More Than a Decade (ZeroHedge, Jan 14, 2014):

The U.S. government has – at least at some times in some parts of the world – long protected drug operations. (Big American banks also launder money for drug cartels. See this, this, this and this.  Indeed, drug dealers kept the banking system afloat during the depths of the 2008 financial crisis.)

And opium production is at an all-time high under the American occupation of Afghanistan.

Something similar has been happening in Mexico …

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Jan 15

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Suspected Mexican drug trafficker Vicente Zambada Niebla is presented to the media in Mexico City March 19, 2009.

- CONFIRMED: The DEA Struck A Deal With Mexico’s Most Notorious Drug Cartel (Business Insider, Jan 14, 2014):

An investigation by El Universal has found that between 2000 and 2012, the U.S. government had an agreement with Mexico’s Sinaloa drug cartel that allowed the organisation to smuggle billions of dollars of drugs in exchange for information on rival cartels.

Sinaloa, led by Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, supplies 80% of the drugs entering the Chicago area and has a presence in cities across the U.S.

There have long been allegations that Guzman, considered the “world’s most powerful drug trafficker,” coordinates with American authorities.

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Jan 12

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Two officers at nuclear missile site targeted in drug investigation
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Officers at US nuclear missile base suspended in illegal drugs case
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Nuclear officers busted for drugs while Hagel gives motivational speech
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Dec 24

- Outrageous HSBC Settlement Proves the Drug War is a Joke  (Rolling Stone, Dec 13, 2013)

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Dec 23

- What Do Heroin And Obamacare Have In Common? (ZeroHedge, Dec 22, 2013)

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Dec 20

- DMT Use Skyrockets Among American Users (The Fix, Dec 17, 2013)

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Dec 08

From the article:

Plumlee said he and three other pilots ran tons of cocaine into U.S. military bases on return trips from delivering weapons to Contra rebels in Central America, and was warned by Camarena that he would be busted. Plumlee has a long and colorful history of working for the CIA, beginning with flying arms to Cuba before Fidel Castro’s takeover in the 1950s.


- Reagan administration, CIA complicit in DEA agent’s murder, say former insiders (The Tico Times, Dec 6, 2013):

Former DEA El Paso boss: Agent Camarena had discovered the arms-for-drugs operation run on behalf of the Contras, aided by U.S. officials in the National Security Council and the CIA, and threatened to blow the whistle on the covert operation.

First in an exclusive Tico Times series in two parts Two former U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents and a former U.S. Central Intelligence Agency contract pilot are claiming that the Reagan Administration was complicit in the 1985 murder of DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena at the hands of Mexican drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero.

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Dec 08

- An effective eye drug is available for $50. But many doctors choose a $2,000 alternative. (Washington Post, Dec 8, 2013):

The two drugs have been declared equivalently miraculous. Tested side by side in six major trials, both prevent blindness in a common old-age affliction. Biologically, they are cousins. They’re even made by the same company.But one holds a clear price advantage.

Avastin costs about $50 per injection.

Lucentis costs about $2,000 per injection.

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Dec 04

- Afghanistan opium harvest at record high – UNODC (BBC News, Nov 12, 2013):

Afghan opium cultivation has reached a record level, with more than 200,000 hectares planted with the poppy for the first time, the United Nations says.

The UNODC report said the harvest was 36% up on last year, and if fully realised would outstrip global demand.

Related info:

- How Opium Greed Is Keeping US Troops in Afghanistan | Brainwash Update (Video)

- Afghanistan: $37 Million Aviation Facility May Have Been Used To Store OPIUM (Reuters)

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Nov 28

- Merck betting $100 million on new China-based pharmaceutical factory (Natural News, Nov 27, 2013):

A recent Reuters article covered Merck’s plan to invest $108 million for a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant to be up and running in China by 2017. This announcement is motivated partly by the anticipation of China’s annual sick-care spending to soar into the 1 trillion dollar range from 2011′s 357 billion dollar expense.

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Nov 24

- Only Half of Drugs Removed by Sewage Treatment (Scientific American, Nov 22, 2013):

Only about half of the prescription drugs and other newly emerging contaminants in sewage are removed by treatment plants.

That’s the finding of a new report by the International Joint Commission, a consortium of officials from the United States and Canada who study the Great Lakes.

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Nov 23

- Rep. Trey Radel busted in cocaine sting (USA Today, Nov 19, 2013):

Freshman GOP lawmaker says he struggles with alcoholism and made ‘an extremely irresponsible choice.’

WASHINGTON — Rep. Trey Radel, R-Fla., was caught buying drugs as part of a federal investigation into a Washington, D.C., drug ring last month and is being charged with cocaine possession, according to a senior Drug Enforcement Administration official.

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Nov 18

- NSA links to St Petersburg FL Drug Ring (MadCow Morning News, Nov 15, 2013):

Skyway Global LLC, the St. Petersburg, FL company that owned the DC-9 airline busted in Mexico carrying 5.5 tons of cocaine, made its headquarters in a 79,000 sq ft building owned by Verint Systems (NASDAQVRNT), a foreign tele-communications company with a contract to wiretap the U.S. for the NSA through the communication lines of Verizon, which handles  almost half of all landline and cell phone calls in the U.S.

Verint’s founder and CEO, Jacob “Kobi” Alexander, is a former Israeli intelligence officer who is today a fugitive from justice living in Namibia, where he has for several years been fighting extradition to the U.S.

On Verint’s Board of Directors is Lieutenant General Kenneth A. Minihan, former director of the NSA, which has led to speculation that the company today is a joint NSA-Mossad operation.

James Bamford’s 2008 expose of the NSA,The Shadow Factory, The Ultra-Secret NSA from 9/11 to the Eavesdropping on America,” unearthed disturbing facts about how America’s two major telecom companies, AT & T and Verizon, had outsourced the bugging of their entire networks to what Bamford called “two mysterious companies with very troubling foreign connections.”


@Amazon.com:  The Shadow Factory (Price: $13.27)

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Nov 17

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YouTube Added: Nov 13, 2013

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Abby Martin takes a look at a shocking statistic that puts opium production in Afghanistan at a record high, and puts into perspective the different corporate interests that could be keeping US forces in Afghanistan well beyond 2014.

Related info:

- Afghanistan: $37 Million Aviation Facility May Have Been Used To Store OPIUM (Reuters)

- Big Oil’s Central Asian Mafia (Veterans Today)

- U.S. Kicks Drug-War Habit, Makes ‘Peace’ With Afghan Poppies (Wired)

- Veterans Today’s Gordon Duff: Obama’s Drone Strikes On Pakistan Not Targeting Terrorists, But Securing $80 Billion US Opium Empire

- Afghanistan: Opium Cultivation Rose Substantially In 2012 (New York Times)

- Afghan Opium Poppy Farming Increases 20%, Fuelled By High Opium Prices (Guardian)

- CIA Created Afghan Heroin Trade (Veterans Today)

- Afghanistan: Is Creating A ‘Narco-State’ Considered ‘Nation-Building?’ (Veterans Today)

- Brought To You By Poppy Bush, Obama Bin Bush And Al-CIAda: Photos Of U.S. And Afghan Troops Patrolling Poppy Fields June 2012 (Public Intelligence)

- Breaking News: Afghanistan – America’s ‘Total Lie War’ (Veterans Today)

- Afghanistan: Heroin Production Rose Between 2001 And 2011 From Just 185 Tons To A Staggering 5,800 Tons/Year (Daily Mail)

- Afghan Opium Production Increases By 61 Percent, Opium Yield Rises 133 Percent From 2010 (AFP)

- War On Drugs Revealed As Total Hoax: US Military Admits To Guarding, Assisting Lucrative Opium Trade In Afghanistan (Natural News)

- Afghan Opium Production ‘Rises By 61%’ Compared With 2010 – Per-Hectare Price Of Opium More Than Doubled (BBC News)

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Oct 23


Venezuela’s Anti-Drugs Agency said the plane was given due warning

- Venezuela shoots down two ‘hostile’ planes (BBC News, Oct 22, 2013):

Venezuela says two light aircraft have been shot down after entering the country’s airspace over the weekend.

These were the first mid-air attacks by fighter jets since a bill authorising such action against illegal planes was approved earlier this month, the Bolivarian Armed Forces said.

The aircraft were allegedly smuggling drugs from Central America and refused to follow the military pilots’ orders.

Another 11 unauthorised planes have been disabled on the ground this year.

Venezuelan security forces say more than 35 tonnes of drugs have been found this year.

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