Narcotics, Business of Western Wars

This 2013 article for Press TV deserves a reprint.

Narcotics: Business of Western wars – Gordon Duff.pdf by euripides77 on Scribd

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6 Responses to "Narcotics, Business of Western Wars"

  1. alan colorado  May 7, 2017 at 7:11 am

    Narcotics is not the only criminal activity of the military. You can add lethal microwave attacking of anyone anywhere who they deem as an enemy. You can also get the high tech ‘treatment’ if you start campaigning against their saturation of almost all western and European skies with strontium,barium, virus’,spores and nano particles which when inhaled destroy the immune system.

    http://rense.com/politics6/guineapigs.htm

    An Air Force veteran, who while on active duty was attached to the nation’s top secret National Security Agency (NSA), presents compelling evidence that the Pentagon is using regular Air Force and Air Force National Guard aircraft to release anti-bacteriological warfare chemicals into the skies.

  2. richardjohn  May 5, 2017 at 3:34 am

    The inference that the LDS church is involved in clandestine drug activities is incompletely irresponsible, because no evidence is presented. LDS church members, including Mitt Romney are free to pursue any activities they desire subject only to church discipline. But this does not mean that the Church itself condones such clandestine activities. Present some specific facts rather than innuendo.

  3. Amelius  May 4, 2017 at 1:45 pm

    Thank you Gordon. What are your thoughts on former LAPD narcotics detective, Michael Ruppert? He presented some pretty damning information on this topic. He mentioned that if you have a company that is traded on Wall Street, you are exempt from making currency transaction reports and hence, you have a licence to launder money. He suggested that at least 5-6 hundred billion in drug profits are laundered through the US banking system every year. BCCI and City Bank are both mentioned by name. In 2000, HP, Ford, Sony, GM, Whirlpool, GE and Phillip Morris, were brought in by the DOJ, because of the amount of drug money they were laundering. He also mentioned that the CIA approached Colombian drug lords, not to bust their asses, but to encourage them to invest their profits in Wall Street. He mentions how a man by the name of Jim Bath, managed the Bin Ladin family’s American investments, and how the Bin Ladin family helped protect and maintain CIA opium fields in Afghanistan. He tore a strip off of former CIA director John Deutch over all this, and claims he was shot at after previously presenting his findings.

  4. nawlins  May 4, 2017 at 6:40 am

    JohnZ…Strange how ugly reality can creep sideways into hollywood movies. I remember the same plot being used for “Iron Eagle III” where a marine pilot is shot down and his recovered aircraft full of coke (patsy setup). Friend turned out to be retired general who traces the actual smuggling to base CO. The real coke was dissolved in drums of fuel/hydraulic fluid. This is where the fantasy takes over and Gen Chaffee and some old pilot buddies in a P38, Spitfire, ME109, and M6 Zero, load up with ordinance and go after the bad guys.

  5. Chris Paul  May 2, 2017 at 11:38 pm

    I know that half of this stuff is true. Gordon’s track record is such that I’ve little reason to believe that the rest isn’t true also. Keep up the good work Sir.

  6. JohnZ  May 2, 2017 at 10:26 am

    Thank you for re-posting this. This would make a great handout to all those parents of young people who continue to insist their children enlist in the military.
    One thing you didn’t mention was the use of Camp Bondsteel as a shipping point out of the middle east via C-130s.
    Would that I could make a larger copy of it.
    How about re-posting your article on the Marine base in the South West that was used as a cocaine transfer point. Where a Marine flight officer was murdered to silence him.

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