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Who Runs the Global Drug Mafia (II)

The 2001 NATO invasion of Afghanistan – with the stated goal of hunting down terrorists - provides a stark example of an operation designed to establish a situation conductive to the expansion of the drug business in a whole country. Its actual result was a boost of drug output – of heroin and opium – in the settings of the international occupation. The Talibs who ruled Afghanistan prior to the coalition offensive managed to induce a considerable reduction of poppy farming, whereas the intervention led to an increase of drug production in Afghanistan by orders of magnitude and to the conversion of the country into the world's top narcotics supplier...

Valentin KATASONOV | 11.10.2012


 

Under the Jackboot of an American Secretary General, INTERPOL Now Tracking Dissidents

Welcome to the new INTERPOL – the International Criminal Police Organization -- a carbon copy of the INTERPOL that was briefly headquartered in Berlin under the Nazi regime. Today, INTERPOL, an international law enforcement agency composed of 190 members nations,.. is tracking political dissidents while leaving gangsters and other criminals, especially those wanted by Russia, remain at large...

Wayne MADSEN | 01.02.2012




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Europe Going Through Changes Right in Front of Our Eyes

The Greek crisis provided an impetus to the ongoing centrifugal process inside the European Union. A strong secessionist sentiment is there. National interests happen to be more important than the values of «United Europe»… Looks like Europe is in for a wave of referendums with unpredictable results. Besides Great Britain, Austria and Finland, Euroscepticism is on the rise in many other EU members as well...

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