Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Who benefits from the Afghan Opium Trade?

Who benefits from the Afghan Opium Trade?:

"Based on 2003 figures, drug trafficking, constitutes 'the third biggest global commodity in cash terms after oil and the arms trade.' (The Independent, 29 February 2004)."

..."Afghanistan and Colombia are the largest drug producing economies in the world, which feed a flourishing criminal economy. These countries are heavily militarized. The drug trade is protected. Amply documented the CIA has played a central role in the development of both the Latin American and Asian drug triangles."

...hmmm, daddy was was head of the CIA. It's said junior might have had something to do with south america during his "missing" time in the guard. Both of them are heavily involved in the oil business and all of daddy and junior's friends are heavily involved in arms trading. ( and use ) so.... is there a pattern here or am I just another tin hat wearing conspiracy theorist?

Ah well I think I'll just stick my head back in the sand, just like most of the rest of america, so I can give the repukes ample access to my nether regions. Have at it boys!!!!


SheaNC said...

Hey, this sand is kind of comfortable, now that they've sucked the oil out of it. But that depleted uranium makes my scalp tingle.

Mike of the North said...

Thank god for the multinational whore, I mean war machine. Now when we stick our heads in the sand both ends can tingle!

Not me, someone else said...

I think you're supposed to do the drugs before you stick your head in the sand. I'm having a helluva time getting anything lit. "Opiates are the religion of the masses"...or something like that.

SheaNC said...

Isn't it, "masses of opium are religious?"