Originally posted by Antoniastar
Originally posted by airspoon
To me, this is starting to sound like certain forces within the government (CIA) need this corridor open for their drugs to get through and ultimately
wind up on the streets of America.
Think about it for a minute... Environmental concerns don't trump national security, not even the fake national security that we get today. In fact,
nothing trumps national security. For instance, we use depleted uranium or DU as that not only hurts the environment, but also human beings. Also, if
you remember the contravercial sonar that the Navy was using that wound
up hurting the ocean wildlife. Apparently, the Navy was allowed to use this sonar anyway, as it was a national security issue, according to a
In filing their brief, the groups cited Navy documents which estimated that such testing would kill some 170,000 marine mammals and cause
permanent injury to more than 500 whales, not to mention temporary deafness for at least 8,000 others. Coalition lawyers argued that the Navy’s
testing was in violation of the National Environmental Policy Act, the Marine Mammal Protection Act and the Endangered Species Act.
Two lower courts upheld NRDC’s claims, but the Supreme Court ruled that the Navy should be allowed to continue the use of some mid-frequency sonar
testing for the sake of national security.
It is more clear than ever that this section of our border isn't cut-off from patrols due to the wildlife, rather the wildlife is used as a cover.
Why would they need a large section of the border free from agents?
Well, to run the narcotics of course. We all know that the CIA is behind the illicit narcotics market.
I think you hit the nail square on the head!! YES it makes sense. The CIA carries much clout and they are notorious for drug trafficking.
A wildlife refuge and pretending to care about the environment would be an ideal COVER for CIA black ops.
Logically, along with loose immigration laws, enemy infiltration would follow suit. The Feds control the area so who are they going to tell? Heck they
already ran the reserve dry...maybe that's why they need to resort to selling drugs, to pay their bills.
Brb, need to throw a load of laundry in the wash.
Originally posted by Izarith
reply to post by Antoniastar
The only problem i find with Airspoon account it that the CIA does not need drugs to be brought to them, they fly this stuff in themselves tons of it
in each plane flight.
Not only that But Cartels don't work with the CIA because the CIA is their competition.
The CIA works with The Mexican government Air authority. They bribe them for refueling spots and such. But they don't work with the Cartels. They are
like Cats and Dogs.
Hell even the Cartels don't get their arms from the CIA, the CIA exchanges arms with the colombians for drugs then the colombians trade arms for
money with the cartels.
I think the CIA is trying to create a war zone south of the Arizona Border. Just imagin a free pass to cross drugs into the US, every Cartel in Mexico
is going to be waring for this bottleneck. This war will spill into the US. Arizona will back of the Bill, Drones will pass as a legal means to patrol
And Mexico south of Arizona becomes a refugee breeder and Mexicans sworn to to Arizona due to the full out war there.
A sincere 'sorry for being so late returning your post' is in order. I got side-tracked.
Back to what we were saying. Let's talk about Cats and Dogs and territory for a minute. I'll refer to intel as cats and the cartel as dogs. These
cats and dogs learned the trick - drug trafficking operations.
The Dogs - Cartel
The Cats - Intel
See: Mexican Drug Cartel Timeline here...
Sorry but I am unable to locate the American Drug Intel Timeline.
Okay so the dogs and the cats compete with each other to see who can better promote and control drug traffic. It's a dangerous yet lucrative
The Dog's dogs cart the drugs and the cats roll in the catnip while they wait for their cats to fly in.
The dogs by ground (delivery) and the cats by air (delivery).
Now, to the point of the thread. There's big trouble in Americaland. Illegal dogs are crossing a stretch of border in Arizona and the cat's owners
are gone, golfing.
But the owners left the cats with the sitters. The sitters are in charge of the borders. In case of an emergency you can reach them here...
The Federal Bureau of Prisons...
You don't want to spray your sitter...
FEDS EYE CIA LINK TO CRACK
BY PATRICE O'SHAUGHNESSY, WITH NEWS WIRE SERVICES
Sunday, September 22th 1996, 2:00AM
""While I am pleased that we are beginning to receive some cooperation in calling for an indepth investigation into the origins of crack
coc aine in our neighborhoods, and the possible involvement or knowledge on the part of the CIA, this is only the beginning," Waters said in a
Cat and Dog fights
Did I get that right?
Regardless of who's doing what and where they're doing it, I'm curious as to why it's being allowed on American soil and under the cover of a
wildlife refuge. Could our own government be lying about what's really going on, possibly turning their backs on illegal activity in Arizona?
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