Tuesday, August 14, 2007


WT: Last week, The Washington Times disclosed a confidential DEA report substantiating the link between Islamist sleeper cells in the U.S. and Mexican drug cartels. The report, which included several documented U.S. investigations into the terrorist/cartel connection, stated that Middle Eastern operatives funded terrorist groups with drug money linked to Mexican cartels.

WT: Furthermore, the 2005 document suggests that some Islamist terrorists are disguising themselves as Hispanics.

----Confidentially, in all my years and dealings in Central America/Mexico I never once caught an Islamic terrorist disguised as Hispanic. Although I did find an Oklahoman DEA agent smoking sinsemilla in Puerto Escondido; he was disguised so long he forgot he wasn't really a goodtime surfer dude.

WT: During his three years at the DEA, he said (Hutchison), intelligence agents discovered that Middle Eastern gangs were having pseudoephedrine, an over-the-counter drug, shipped from China and smuggled into the U.S. from Canada, to Mexican drug syndicates for manufacturing methamphetamine.

----So, ME gangs smuggle drugs to Canada and then into the US and down to Mexico? Wouldn't it be easier and less risky to just go straight from China and dock in Mazatlan and unload all that Sudafed? Doesn't the DEA know that most meth labs are here in the mullet head Heartland, in trailers, barns, and that self-storage unit that Darrell rents?

WT: Afghanistan, he said, may be one of the most obvious examples of narcotics profits funding terrorist groups, particularly the Taliban militia that harbored Osama bin Laden before the September 11 attacks. According to the U.N. World Drug Report for 2007, which was issued last month, Afghanistan is responsible for 92 percent of the opium produced in the world last year.

----Yep, and India produces over ½ the world's Big Pharma opium and absolutely none of India's poppy harvest ever finds its way to the illicit drug trade. Nosiree Bubba.

WT: The 2005 DEA report includes photographs of known Middle Easterners who "appear to be Hispanic; they are in fact all Spanish-speaking Arab drug traffickers supporting Middle East terrorism from their base of operations" in the southwestern United States.

----Well, there's your proof enough Bubba - they have photographs of Arabs in the southwest speaking Spanish. I guess anyone with dark hair, skin, and speaking Spanish could be a potential threat. Both my Hispanic daughters-in-law are very white skinned, but my sons! They've always been asked if they were Cuban or Puerto Rican – now they could be mistaken for Middle Easterner Islamofascist narco-terrorist gang member smugglers posing as Hispanics.

Gotta wonder how so many evil-doers have their "base of operations" right under the US government nose. Ever get the feeling Bubba the sheople are supposed to feel under seige by dark people with evil intentions?


Anonymous said...

Isn't it ironic then that the Taliban government was instrumental in implementing a successful drug eradication program with the support and collaboration of the UN prior to the US invasion?

Implemented in 2000-2001, the Taliban's drug eradication program led to a 94 percent decline in opium cultivation. In 2001, according to UN figures, opium production had fallen to 185 tons. Immediately following the October 2001 US led invasion, production increased dramatically, regaining its historical levels.

The Vienna based UN Office on Drugs and Crime estimates that the 2006 harvest will be of the order of 6,100 tonnes, 33 times its production levels in 2001 under the Taliban government (3200 % increase in 5 years).

Cultivation in 2006 reached a record 165,000 hectares compared with 104,000 in 2005 and 7,606 in 2001 under the Taliban (See table below).

You can verify all these details.

Kate-A said...

Thanks for commenting. I've read such data before. The idea that the Taliban is/was a narcotic funded group is an outright government lie.

The drug trade is owned by the global ruling class, just as they own all profitable commodities.

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