posted on Mar, 6 2012 @ 01:19 PM
This is important on several levels.
On the one hand, it shows the importance of "cold hard cash". No matter how many obscure financial products that banks create to buy and sell, the
bottom line is that, at the end of the day, they still need real tangible money.
Where is there plenty real, cold hard cash? That's right, in the hands of organized criminal groups.
Now, the questions that should be answered is, "what kind of relationship exists between those groups labeled as "criminal", and those labeled as
If one is to take into account the previous occurrences of these exact same types of exchanges, along with the notion that the intelligence agencies
of the world depend on illicit activities to finance operations that they do not want brought to light, I truly believe that the line between
organized crime and the highest positions of political power are not only blurred, but intertwined!
Definitely a story to keep an eye on... I just hope it doesn't get moved to less popular forum simply because it mentions the drug trade. Because,
this is not a story about drugs at all, but one dealing with the close relationship between government agencies, the world of high finance and
organized crime... if there is any difference between the them at all!