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America's "War on Drugs": CIA- Recruited Mercenaries and Drug-Traffickers

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posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 06:37 PM
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America's "War on Drugs": CIA- Recruited Mercenaries and Drug-Traffickers


www.globalresearch.ca

We could not avoid witnessing the CIA protecting major drug dealers. Not a single important source in Southeast Asia was ever indicted by US law enforcement. This was no accident. Case after case was killed by CIA and State Department intervention and there wasn’t a damned thing we could do about it. CIA-owned airlines like Air America were being used to ferry drugs throughout Southeast Asia, allegedly to support our “allies.” CIA banking operations were used to launder drug money.

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posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 06:37 PM
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It's actually very sad isn't it?

I would not at all be surprised if there was irrefutable proof showing exactly how 100% of every red penny that is paid via tax goes towards some corrupt destination.

Of course this is the engine is it not, it's how it keeps the engine going where the engine is the economy.

Big Pharma, hospitals, the prison industrial complex, the war on this the war on that, lawyers, court fees, no bid contracts, etc....

Hell who knows, if it's behind the drug movement it may be behind forced prostitution, who knows.

Who is John Galt?

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posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 06:41 PM
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Welcome to the reason we're in Afghanistan! So the CIA can take and sell the dope.



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 06:44 PM
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Reading full article rather than just headline and snippet, and recycling post for a greener future!

That really is worrying. I want to hope that Michael Levine is just an untrustworthy source, but we've heard so much, by now, about the corruption of the CIA, that I just hope that this apparently completely rotten organisation is just done away with, or at least loses the legal protection that it currently enjoys.

It's a wonder that they have lasted this long, really.
edit on 14/1/2011 by TheWill because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 07:16 PM
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This is pretty coherent with ex LA Narcotics Cop Micheal Ruppert's allegations about the CIA starting the crack epidemic in the 1980s



I believe its true. Our government is controlled by a rouge criminal empire within the CIA.



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 08:12 PM
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I know a Ranger medic that did missions in Costa Rica in support of keeping drug areas under control of "friendly" drug lords. He literally can't sleep at night, waking with nightmares.

This story is true. Like Smedley Butler said, War is Racket.



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 08:19 PM
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Make no doubt this is, and has been going on for years.

A CIA "torture" jet that was used for rendition flights recently crashed with 3 TONS of coc aine on board.
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ATS Thread on this.

This insanity has to stop. The "war on drugs" is the war the government wages in Afghanistan and Asia to keep the drugs flowing and here at home on us - to keep us asleep or put us in fear to keep our mouths shut.

No mater how much you tell people they refuse to believe our government is perpetuating this!
INSANITY!



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 09:43 PM
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HMMM, lets see....The CIA smuggles the drugs into the country supplying the underworld with thousands of tons of illegal dope to sell to unemplyed, poorly educared, young disenfranchised people, who in turn steal the most of the money from the rest of us. to pay for the dope.
Then the police arrest and imprison the same people who then usually become even more disenfranchised from society, and the cycle perpetuates itself...
So.....we pay the CIA, we pay the cops, the judges, the prison staffs, the probation officers and court staffs,the money for the dope is from our pockets, and the prisoners are supported totally by us....
What part of any of this is actually paid for by anybody else???
Seemss to me , we could give out free dope, any kind you want in any quantity to anybody who asks, and still save money!All we have to do is legalise it!
Thus saving billions of our dollars.....



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 10:35 PM
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The drug war has been the biggest con ever perpetrated on the American people up till the war on terror. Neither have done squat about the problem, except to turn the police and citizens into to armed camps shooting each other and giving the government more and more power over our everyday lives.


You could legalize every drug, pot, herion, coke, meth...........all of them...... and cause less harm to society



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 10:44 PM
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Meet The Real Drug Lords

This isn't news to those who have been following it over the years. I got my first clue when Iran/Contra was in the news. The way they danced around the fact that drugs financed the whole operation was so obvious, all I had to do was look at the hole.

What they didn't say revealed much more than what they did day. In the years since, the accumulated evidence has become so shocking, extensive and conclusive that most people who gain any degree of awareness of what it really means reject it out of hand. It's just too terrifying for anyone fully integrated with mainstream society to believe.

The grim reality behind the War on Drugs is that it is, has and always will be the public face of the greatest criminal empire in human history. An empire so powerful that even the United States of America answers to it. And it's not run by some "drug lords" in South America, it's run from the power centers of the world by people who control the very fabric of society.

It's the greatest conspiracy in the history of the world, and it's so toxic that simply talking about it can get you shut down.

I urge anyone who has any doubts about how deep this rabbit hole goes to simply look into it and keep looking.

However, be warned that once you do, you will never look at the world the same way again.



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 11:04 PM
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Originally posted by Majic

I urge anyone who has any doubts about how deep this rabbit hole goes to simply look into it and keep looking.


Look but don't touch, and be damned careful about how far you actually go down that "rabbit hole"... In too deep, and there is no way back ALIVE... With very few exceptions.


You can't expose anything you find, you can't do anything, other than what you are told, there isn't anywhere you can turn in real evidence without it being destroyed and eliminated along with any witnesses (if there are any) If you've lived this long then it is because they either can't kill you, or because you have leverage over them... And even then it is just a matter of time... Your life will become a prison, living in fear of what they can and will do if you do anything other than remain in as low a profile as possible and know that everything you do is being monitored, tracked, traced, and surveillance is everywhere, nothing and no one is safe, your family, friends anyone you know can become targets.

Bottom line, you better stay out of that rabbit hole.



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posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 11:20 PM
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Ode To The Blue Pill

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You're right. For as much value as we tend to place on "the truth", it is a very bitter pill indeed.

In this world, it does not set us free or bring happiness. It only exposes the horrors that underlie reality.

To seek it is to stray from the well-kept pens of fiction that define "normal life", and past a certain point that comes much too quickly, there's no going back.

It's like waking up from the Matrix. It's a one-way trip.

Ignorance truly is bliss. To deny it just the opposite.



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 11:47 PM
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Originally posted by Majic

You're right. For as much value as we tend to place on "the truth", it is a very bitter pill indeed.


The only truth is theirs, everything else is a lie... Tried, tested and proven!



In this world, it does not set us free or bring happiness. It only exposes the horrors that underlie reality.


Weaving reality from fantasy and truth from lies into the fabric of news and information we all digest is what they do best.



To seek it is to stray from the well-kept pens of fiction that define "normal life", and past a certain point that comes much too quickly, there's no going back.


What can be found, easily by any motivated person is nothing less or more than exactly what they intend. Normalcy only applies to the lives of the already uninformed 'informed'.



It's like waking up from the Matrix. It's a one-way trip.


No one wakes up from this "matrix" ... Ever.

You are already a believer in lies.




Ignorance truly is bliss. To deny it just the opposite.


This kind of ignorance cannot be denied and is blissful to all who would accept what they have been told as the "truth" from their "expert" source.

The awakened are sleepwalking, still.




posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 10:27 AM
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As much as I dont want to see drugs like heroine and coc aine legalized if they were to legalize all these drugs then it would push out a mass majority of the organized crime elements and the drug cartels.



posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 09:15 AM
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The war of drugs is a big waste of money in my opinion. For one people are going to get a hold of these drugs one way or another. The fact is that the illegal status of these drugs just gives the cartels more money, while innocent law enforcement agents are being killed daily. If some of these drugs were legalized, the cartels couldn't compete, and would be obsolete in most cases. Legalizing things such as cannabis would make it harder for our youth to get a hold of as the dealers they go to could not compete with pharmaceutical prices.



posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 09:36 PM
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Originally posted by Kev1395
Legalizing things such as cannabis would make it harder for our youth to get a hold of as the dealers they go to could not compete with pharmaceutical prices.


I'm all for legalization but lets not lie now. It's not hard to get pot now and it never ever will be whether it's legal or not. Christ it only takes about a 5k-7k dollar investment to basically create an endless supply of top quality pot for the rest of your life. Outside of the electrical bill.



posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 10:01 PM
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Originally posted by stirling
HMMM, lets see....The CIA smuggles the drugs into the country supplying the underworld with thousands of tons of illegal dope to sell to unemplyed, poorly educared, young disenfranchised people, who in turn steal the most of the money from the rest of us. to pay for the dope.
Then the police arrest and imprison the same people who then usually become even more disenfranchised from society, and the cycle perpetuates itself...
So.....we pay the CIA, we pay the cops, the judges, the prison staffs, the probation officers and court staffs,the money for the dope is from our pockets, and the prisoners are supported totally by us....
What part of any of this is actually paid for by anybody else???
Seemss to me , we could give out free dope, any kind you want in any quantity to anybody who asks, and still save money!All we have to do is legalise it!
Thus saving billions of our dollars.....

don't forget the money the private prison systems pay to lawmakers to keep it all going smooth.
Dont forget senators, congressmen etc are legally allowed to own stock in these companies.
It's all a racket.
the CIA is one of the biggest organized criminal institutions the world has ever known.
They make the KGB look like a boy scout troop.




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