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Rodriquez, born in 1941 in Cuba, was a rabbit anticommunist,
reply to post by 727Sky
Well obviously the drug war is just a front for drug running.
Anytime a law is passed or action taken and it fails to accomplish it's stated purpose that means it is accomplishing it's unstated purpose.
War on Drugs
War on Poverty
Operation Iraqi Freedom
Great New Society
The New Deal
The list goes on and on. Laws almost never accomplish the stated goal, but that's because the true goal is that which is unstated.
reply to post by Asktheanimals
Very true ATA.
Although i do wonder whether the so-called NWO or the drugs catels are the ones really behind the drive of digital currencies like Bitcoin and others, as a means of circumventing the laundering process (and not leaving a paper trail for others to find)
CALIFORNIA, U.S. (Proceso).- In collaboration with drug traffickers and with the CIA, Miguel Bartlett Diaz and General Juan Arevalo Gardoqui participated in the interrogation of DEA agent Enrique Camarena, who was tortured to death in February of 1985.
This claim is sustained by three former Mexican police officers who are now in the U.S. Federal Witness Protection Program, also known as WITSEC (Witness Security Program). One of them also accuses Bartlett (then Secretary of Interior, now a Senator for the Labor Party (Partido del Trabajo)) of having received four billion dollars(?) [Probably pesos, not dollars. Other sources refer to this amount as $320 million. -- un vato] in 1984 to finance his campaign to become a candidate for the Mexican presidency from drug traffickers Rafael Caro Quintero, Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo,"Don Neto", Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo and Manuel Salcido Uzeta, "El Cochiloco".
These statements are consistent with those made to this journal (Editions No. 1928, 1929 and 1932) by three former U.S. federal agents -- Hector Berrellez, Phil Jordan and Robert Plumlee-- who insisted that the CIA was behind the murder of Camarena because the anti-narcotics agent had discovered a secret plan by the agency to arm the Nicaraguan contras with resources obtained from drug trafficking.