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CIA fly opium out of Afghanistan on USAF cargo planes!

 

http://elainemeinelsupkis.typepad.com/war_and_peace/2008/05/us-soldiers-in.html

US Soldiers In Afghanistan Protect Poppies

Quote: "Back to the CIA and drugs: tribes like to make money and if local governments are suppressing drugs, the CIA says, 'We will PROTECT you while you make illegal drugs. Don't worry.' And so it goes. In Afghanistan, the Taliban had crushed the opium growers. The minute the fires stopped at the WTC, the CIA had all the agents already in place on the edges of Afghanistan hard at work with the drug dealing war lords who were harassing the Taliban. We immediately brought in more money [they were always funded by the CIA] and fire power. Then our government refused to look for bin Laden who is a CIA tool in the first place, and they instead, attacked the innocent Taliban who had no idea about the planning or nature of the 9/11 attacks."


Narco Aggression: Russia accuses the U.S. military of involvement in drug trafficking out of Afghanistan

Opium of the masses, Eric Walberg looks at the repercussions of the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan

Quote: "Russian journalist Arkadi Dubnov quotes Afghan sources as saying that “85 per cent of all drugs produced in southern and southeastern provinces are shipped abroad by US aviation.” A source in Afghanistan’s security services told Dubnov that the American military buy drugs from local Afghan officials who deal with field commanders overseeing eradication of drug production. Dubnov claimed in Vesti Novostei that the administration of President Hamid Karzai, including his two brothers, Kajum Karzai and Akhmed Vali Karzai, are involved in the narcotics trade"

http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/thscrip/print.pl?file=20080229503205700.htm&date=fl2504/&prd=fline&

 

“The Americans are working hard to keep narco business flourishing in both countries,” says Mikhail Khazin, president of the consultancy firm Niakon. “They consistently destroy the local infrastructure, pushing the local population to look for illegal means of subsistence. And the CIA [Central Intelligence Agency] provides protection to drug trafficking.”

U.S. freelance writer Dave Gibson recalled in an article published in American Chronicle in December what a U.S. foreign intelligence official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told NewsMax.com in March 2002 of the CIA’s record of involvement with the international drug trade. The official said: “The CIA did almost the identical thing during the Vietnam War, which had catastrophic consequences – the increase in the heroin trade in the USA beginning in the 1970s is directly attributable to the CIA. The CIA has been complicit in the global drug trade for years, so I guess they just want to carry on their favourite business.”

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This was the result when the Taliban ruled in Afghanistan!

Taliban's Ban On Poppy A Success, U.S. Aides Say - The New York Times

Taliban's Ban On Poppy A Success, U.S. Aides Say

The first American narcotics experts to go to Afghanistan under Taliban rule have concluded that the movement's ban on opium-poppy cultivation appears to have wiped out the world's largest crop in less than a year, officials said today.

UN Says Taliban Poppy Ban Hits Farmers Hard (Part 1) -- Poppies.org

UN Says Taliban Poppy Ban Hits Farmers Hard (Part 1)

A new tour of Afghanistan's poppy-growing areas by UN officials has confirmed that there is almost no cultivation in Taliban-controlled areas this year. In the first part of a two-part Radio Free Europe interview, officials of the UN Drug Control Program in Vienna describe the impact of the ban upon Afghanistan's rural economy, which for years had centered around the opium drug trade and now is hard-hit by the prohibition.

Reprinted from Radio Free Europe. By Charles Recknagel.

Vienna, 24 May 2001 (RFE/RL) -- Officials at the UN Drug Control Program, or UNDCP, who recently toured Afghanistan say that the Taliban's ban on opium-poppy cultivation is in almost total effect in the areas the militia controls.

 

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