posted on Feb, 5 2009 @ 03:53 AM
Two major reasons.
One of the most famous quotes from the Afghan war is the threat made by US officials to the Taliban during the oil pipeline negotiations Either you
accept our offer of a carpet of gold, or we bury you under a carpet of bombs."
(Cited in article hyperlinked below and numerous other internet
I travelled throughout Afghanistan in the days when hashish dealing hippies were welcomed with open arms and the people were welcoming and full of
love, but with the billions to be made in the heroin business, Afghanistan became a completely different country. The Taliban considered Heroin
/opium 'Haram (forbidden)' and rightfully considered the heroin traders to be a scourge. This was a fatal mistake from the perspective of the
Anglo-American Christian narco-terrorists who generate much of their multi billion dollar black budget from narco-trafficking; without which their
money laundering banks such as 'HSBC, Citibank, etc (two of the most notorious) would be in even bigger trouble.
The 'liberation' of Afghanistan involved expelling the Taliban (and bribing some Taliban leaders into surrender) and replacing them with the drugs
dealers the Taliban overthrew.
Currently Afghanistan produces an estimated 90% of Europe's heroin supply.
Ad hoc solidarity. 'Give, me two, three, many Vietnams'
It should come as no surprise that the brother of Afghan President Hamid Karza is widely thought to be the country's biggest drugs dealer.
When the CIA created Al Queda and the Afghan resistance were fighting the Soviets, Ronald Reagan called them Freedom fighters; it was only when they
resisted US oil deals and started destroying opium crops that they became terrorists. Similarly today, as long as the Afghan 'freedom fighters' are
carrying out guerrilla war against the Anglo-American Christian narco-terrorists, they deserve the support of enemies of the Anglo-American
Christians. A UK general recently stated that the Afghan war is 'unwinnable' and will continue endlessly.
Guerrilla war with conventional and non-conventional (nuclear) weapons which brings the war to the colonies and homelands of the Anglo-American state
terrorists is the 'only' way forward.
'Che Guevara; the strategy of guerrilla warfare'
Love and Light
Fire, plague and poisoned waters.
In the Jurist ("The Deadly Pipeline War," Dec. 8, 2001),Marjorie Cohn noted that some analysts have estimated the potential value of Caspian oil
and natural gas reserves at four trillion dollars. Phil Gasper recalled in the Socialist Worker ("The Politics of Oil," Jan. 25, 2002) that the
Middle East Economic Digest editors have described Central Asia as "the Middle East of the twenty-first century."
Even if this latter projection proves overly optimistic, Martha Hamilton concluded in a Washington Post article ("The Last Great RaceFor Oil
Reserves," April 26, 1998) that the "largely untapped subterranean treasure" in the Caspian Basin may be "the third-largest reserve in the world,
after the Persian Gulf and Siberia."