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US Wages Drug War against Venezuela

...This April Mexican La Jornada published an article called DEA Scandal: Drugs, Prostitutes and 'Grotesque' U.S. Double Standards. The article says, that U.S. government agencies like the ATF (The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and Drug Enforcement Agency have shown no compunction about breaking national laws, smuggling weapons to criminal groups involved in the drugs trade, laundering their money and even participating in parties paid for by drug traffickers... More information on DEA activities becomes public domain. The up-to-date arms sales by US agencies to drug traffickers in Latin and Central America are a proven fact...

Nil NIKANDROV | 27.05.2015


 

Assassination as Policy in Washington and How It Failed: 1990-2015

As the war on terror nears its 14th anniversary — a war we seem to be losing, given jihadist advances in Iraq, Syria, and Yemen — the U.S. sticks stolidly to its strategy of “high-value targeting,” our preferred euphemism for assassination.  Secretary of State John Kerry has proudly cited the elimination of “fifty percent” of the Islamic State’s “top commanders” as a recent indication of progress. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi himself, “Caliph” of the Islamic State, was reportedly seriously wounded in a March airstrike and thereby removed from day-to-day control of the organization. In January, as the White House belatedly admitted, a strike targeting al-Qaeda leadership in Pakistan also managed to kill an American, Warren Weinstein, and his fellow hostage, Giovanni Lo Porto.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 28.04.2015


 

Rampant Terror in Mexico

The criminal statistics in Mexico are shocking. The US special services do what they want on Mexican soil. There are no restrictions whatsoever. Many Mexicans perceive it as occupation. The practice is justified by the need to fight drug trafficking though US specialists have hardly reached any great achievements to be praised for – drug flows to the US are on the rise... The US ghost economy needs the inflow of drug money and nobody is going to tighten the faucet. But the rampant drug trafficking has started to hit snags on the way. The disappearance of the students in the estate of Guerrero with the investigation still not over has become the grim and gloomy page in the contemporary Mexican history.

Nil NIKANDROV | 03.11.2014


 

Ecuador and US Fake Peacefulness

...Washington surreptitiously spreads around the idea of the Ecuadorian President being unacceptable. Let it be anyone else but not him! The State Department and special services Correa as a probable political and ideological successor of Venezuelan President Chavez on the continent... Ambassador Namm and his team of provocateurs may be in the midst of events. Domingo Paredes has not called the names of those who are behind the attempted subversive actions aimed at frustration of the elections. But Ecuador is not kind of a puppet on a string. Namm should be ready for unexpected turn of events.  

Nil NIKANDROV | 28.01.2013


 

DEA Lends a Hand to Drug Traffickers in South America

Think of a cozy piano bar on a quiet street in downtown Santiago de Chile, a romantic spot where dating couples, artsy types, and tourists hang out half-listening to old-time hits. Such must have been the place where a DEA agent stationed at the US embassy met with his contact, a high-ranking Investigations Police (PDI) officer, to discuss the arrangements – quantities, disguise, routes, and protection - for a business-as-usual drug trafficking operation, the supply of a shipment of cocaine from Bolivia via the Paso de Colina passage...

Nil NIKANDROV | 14.11.2012


 

The DEA as a coordinator of drug trafficking in Latin America

Inspector Franklin Brewster Chase, aged 39, the head of investigation of particularly important cases of drug trafficking in Panama, was poisoned on July 3, 2006. Brewster, like many other members of staff, kept food brought from home in the fridge, which stood in one of the staff rooms. After having lunch and drinking water from a plastic bottle, he fell ill, began to complain of shortness of breath, fever, dizziness, and nausea. Half an hour later, still conscious, he asked to be taken to the National Hospital. Two weeks later he died in excruciating pain. Panamanian investigators told the press that, in all probability, Brewster had been poisoned by organophosphate pesticides...

Nil NIKANDROV | 03.11.2012


 

Mexican Drug Lords' Revenge on the CIA for Secret Jails

The reason why Washington's agents instigate wars between drug cartels is that the US is thus trying to conquer the entire niche for its own players as the drug business steadily inches towards at least partial legalization. In the process, the US agencies are doing their best to insulate their own country from the rivalries between drug groups and the bloody conflicts into which they recurrently escalate. The policy appears to work so far, meaning that the 60,000 deaths in the Mexican drug war count as the same number of lives saved in the US...

Nil NIKANDROV | 11.09.2012


 

US Drug War Against Russia Waged From the Asian Foothold

The US intelligence community launched its first drug attacks against Russia in the early 1990ies... The US “war on terror” and the NATO occupation of Afghanistan propelled the US drug offensive against Russia to an unprecedented level... Recently US Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) William R. Brownfield toured Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan...

Nil NIKANDROV | 10.12.2011




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