posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 08:03 AM
Not being from the US or middle east I never really expected the crimes of the US government, or the puppets pulling the strings (so incredibly
irrefutably a false flag operation) to directly affect me this way as it has so many countless innocent word citizens. That's not to say I never
really thought the crimes of the US could affect me, just that I didn't see it coming from this angle I guess. So, my story starts here...
I am a citizen from a country very close to the US and at this point I am unable to sit idley without trying to do something. If nothing else I would
like to voice my opinion about a very troubling matter concerning the link between the flood of prescription opiates in North America (since 2001) and
the attacks on 911 and what I have personally seen and experienced first hand.
Since around 2002 almost half the people I know are legally or illegally, using, or know someone who uses Oxy Contin or it's many other derivatives.
Prior to this the only people I had met who were prescribed such life altering drugs, in my country at least, were terminal cancer patients or people
nearing the end of their lives. I'm not the only one who sees this. I have felt this pain personally as I have seen family members fall prey to an
addiction they never asked for. An addiction that, if labelled appropriately by the physicians who peddle these drugs would be widely seen as
opiate/heroin addiction and thus may never have taken root. What middle class straight edge mother/father/grandmother with no drug history asks to
become a junkie, or would be caught dealing with such people?
The majority of people I have ever met who uses this drug, when they think back, link their use to about the same time line. So the bottom line...
Why now? Why was the prescription of opiates to anyone who felt like they had a sore back or a stubbed toe illegal pre-911 but so common place now?
If the attack on 911 was a false flag mission (again unquestionable in my opinion and I'm not alone here), why blame the Taliban? What made that
extremist group so attractive other than the fact that they had a common goal in mind and were family friends and business partners of high up
government officials who would keep their mouth shut? If there's no oil there to murder countless people for like was the case in Iraq why them
specifically? Why that dry dusty place? It all came to me after watching a documentary about the heroin trade (documentaries> the only form of media
that occasionally tells the truth other than The Daily Show, a political satire show). The Taliban had all but extinguished the heroin trade in that
area under their reign under the threat of death until the "war on terror" and the ensuing occupation of Afghanistan had apparently allowed the drug
trade there to flourish. Under the nose of the CIA and an overwhelming military force? It all makes sense if you consider the fact that drug
companies are suddenly making billions off of the poison they are feeding the general public. Doctors are feeding this stuff to kids, barely out of
their teens for broken arms. Anybody can get it, or buy it on the street, which is demonized on every episode of COPS. An amazing new opiate that
can give a user energy rather than the nod. It's clear as day what the problem is and how it started... The powers that be have murdered 3000+ of
their own citizens as an excuse to wage a never-ending war of fear and control which involves the occupation of two countries for the sole purpose of
feeding their own need for power, money and control. To sell oil, drugs and develop a foothold in the middle east which from the looks of things is
just a start. Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and then... and then... Where does it stop? When does the entirety of a nation wake up and take a stand
against the people who are supposed to be protecting them against war, drugs and tyranny but who choose to use their power to make money from drug and
defense company lobbyists who poison their own brothers and sisters and murder their countrymen? Is this patriotic? Did the founders of the bill of
rights roll over and take it in the rear, because it was easier and much more lucrative, than doing what was right?
What kind of medical establishment condones the use of hard narcotics as a cure all for a sore back or any other relatively trivial injury? Not any
medical system I would ever thought to have existed ten years ago?! So... Fast forward to 10 years later... Picture an economy that threatens to
take the pension check of an elderly war veteran rather than cut a mere sliver off of a monster security budget and reduce the murder of innocent
civilians in the middle east. Put your shoes in the place of any poor person falling prey to this forced addiction that might, just might, manage to
rid themselves of their disease, but be left with a life they can not afford and a home that is about to get foreclosed on..Continuedlookfornextfromme