posted on Jul, 1 2009 @ 09:05 AM
I just thought of something....here's a theory. What if this "deployment" is really a military tracking mission, and not a "blockade."
Seriously...think about it. Here's how I came up with the theory.
I heard two stories about the "drug war" yesterday, and it sort of led me to connect the dots between the two of them.
The first news story was about how the US has given up trying to destroy the opium crop in Afghanistan. It seems that it's taking up tons of money
and resources, and it's not working, anyway. We're just pissing off the opium farmers by destroying their fields, then the opium farmers then join
the Taliban. And now, the Taliban is growing stronger every day, because of the war on opium. (Sound familiar, anyone? Same thing, different
Anyway, almost immediately after the media announces that government is giving up the drug war in Afghanistan, another press release comes along and
announce that the government is deploying volunteer, unarmed, national guardsmen on the border to step up the fight on drugs here in the U.S.
Immediately, I'm off on a rant. I can't believe these idiots in Washington are considering deploying 1500 unarmed national guardsmen against the
heavily armed Mexican drug cartels. What, does our president have the IQ of a carrot to come up with a plan so assinine as this??? It's a suicide
mission! WHY would we do something so stupid as this??
Then, it came to me: the official story is a sham. (Surprise, surprise.) They're not being deployed to STOP the drugs from coming across the border.
I think the're being sent on a TRACKING mission, to track how the drugs will be coming across the border, espcially now that the opium fields will
be left alone, which means, an increase in heroin production.
So, my thinking is that the government is now expecting an increase in heroin production, which means an increase in heroin shipments to the US.
The best I can figure out, is I think they're trying to set up some sort of military tracking system of some sort. I think they're not so much as
trying to stop the influx of drugs, but rather TRACK the influx of drugs.
We've all heard the stories that the CIA makes money off the drug trade. If this is true, then they need to know the new routes the drug trade will
be taking. Maybe the guardsmen will be doing reconaissance for the CIA??
I don't know, but something smells very fishy about all this.