posted on Dec, 2 2002 @ 07:46 PM
There could be a possibility to that. Being a conservative Republican and finally have a president that lies to me the way I like, I prefer to think
not. At least I'm honest about that, though.
Just as there's no way that you can prove your point, there's no way for me to conclusively refute it. None of us have the definitive information.
Of course, that is what makes being a conspiracy theorist so much fun!
There is definitely alot to the "War" on drugs thing you mentioned.
The war on drugs is only a half-truth they told you. The whole title should be "The war on those who are violating the agreement from the begining
of the U.S. when the first congress agreed that the East India Company (name long since changed but agreement still goes) would have the monopoly on
the drug trade to the new nation."
How deep and bonding is this agreement? Well, how about when the wrong folks try and make ship and peddle the product we bring our military to bear,
but when the right people are doing it, they are not hassled by the state or federal ABC agencies. Everyone knows about Mena, Arkansas and Bill
Clinton, but that is not the only place or incident. There is a businessman in my state that everyone knows runs brings in and transports the
product, but is untouchable. There's a reason for that. He's ultimately emplooyed by the right company.
Let's not forget what Bush '41's job was as a young pup CIA boy in Vietnam - to make sure the opiate pipeline was not disturbed by the war.