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ask yourself this, why is there an island like ibiza, where drugs are rampant in the resort. the island itself is just for going clubbing and there must be an immense amount of drugs there. i have never been.
also one last point, all you have to do is look at a map of the usa, imagine every place is full of drugs nowadays, in the usa. that is some operation to keep everywhere full of drugs. why the general public do not see that point like you mention earlier, is weird, because it is so obvious. if anyone just questions you on that just show them a map of usa, and ask how difficult it would be to keep drugs coming into the whole country on a permanent basis. probably bigger than any corporation can handle, thats why i always say the military have to be involved, the militaries do not have to answer to no one, and do what they want.
CIA And Heroin
In 1965 to 1975 there was one CIA man in Laos, his name was Shackley. He was involved the narcotics business. And we know that Shackley used one civilian to organize trafficking. His civilian name was Santos Trafficante. He was the organizer of trafficking for Shackley. This was financed by Richard Armitage who stayed in Vietnam. After the Vietnam war Richard Armitage was a prominent trafficker in Bangkok.
He was CIA station chief in Laos, 1966-1968, where he pitted Hmong villagers against Vietcong who used the Ho Chi Minh Trail. He became CIA station chief in Saigon in October 1968 (replacing William Colby), and stayed through February 1972 when he returned to Langley, VA. In 1976, George H.W. Bush appointed Shackley the CIA's Associate Deputy Director for Operations, the #3 post, in charge of worldwide covert operations.
Described by the Daily Mail as 'the most sophisticated drugs baron of all time,' Howard Marks has worked with the British Secret Service and has been connected with the Mafia, the IRA, MI6 and the CIA.
Last I heard drugs were not illegal in Portugal. And, if it is still true, why were there any major drug busts?
But you don't have any evidenve to support the notion that the government partakes in drug selling. I agree that the ineffective boarder control within the EU makes smuggling (drugs, whatever) easier, and that LEs are generally underequiped, under paid and hampered by the technicalities of their respective criminal injustice systems, but the concept that the government(s) is profiting from the trade is absurd.