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Xmas wish list Part Three

06 December 2012, 07:11
Drug dealing is a criminal industry that destroys lives, contributes to  poverty, decimates families and lines the pockets of the super rich. Billions are made and go into the vaults of a small elite group of people who destroy societies, on all levels all over the world.



"Cui bono?" Who benefits? Certainly not the many young lives that are ruined by this industry. In order to find out who benefits, follow the money. ....... and stunningly in 2012 we found that drug money laundering was not limited to what most of us regard as fringe criminals, but the hallowed, deep carpeted, Chippendale furnished offices of no less than HSBC, Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland and Wachovia. ... and the authorities still have not got to the bottom of it all, if they ever will.



Even more appalling is the association of drug running with the CIA, cocaine in South America and Opium in Afghanistan. "What," you might ask, "is a secret service association that is considered part and parcel of the United States Government, doing neck high in the narcotics industry?" Surely these so called government institutions are there to destroy the drug industry rather than be major players in it?



But the rabbit hole goes even further than that, to quote Gordon Duff (link to interview below)



"If one looks at this quite honestly there is no reason for American involvement in Pakistan other than to protect an 80 billion dollar drug empire. That’s what we’re really doing. It’s all that we’ve done there."



The same goes for the military guarding poppy fields in Afghanistan, and the planes that take off and land in obscure locations in the Americas with top secret, "national security" clearances.



So guess what folks? You have been had! Big time! Instead of looking for dealers in dark and interesting places, on the Cape Flats or even the odd millionaire with a cook house in his mansion somewhere in the Northern Suburbs of Johannesburg, the real drug dealers are banks and so called secret security agencies, getting gob smacking wealthy, paying no tax and riding on the back of populations that do not know any better.



But it gets even more sinister than this. Consider "The War On drugs." Consider all the private prisons across the USA, consider that the American tax payer's money goes to pay for them and then consider that if you get caught, you get life imprisonment for possession of Zol, not dealing mind you, just possession, after three arrests! Can you imagine? 3/4 of South Africans would be in jail, and the remaining 1/4 would be working their backsides off to pay taxes for these criminal institutions they call prisons to stay in business!


"Cui bono?" Who benefits? You will find that the same people who own these money making prisons are the same people who are dealing narcotics and the same people who are laundering drug money through major banking institutions. 


So the next time you see a heroin addict, a cocaine junkie and a crack head, just know Cui bono! It sure as hell is not South African youth, it sure as hell is not our economy, and it sure as hell is not our future!



Xmas wish list #3, 2013 Freedom Year: Let's educate our youth, protect them and do all in our power to eradicate this scourge and take our power back. When you realise that by taking drugs you are in fact a patsy for someone else's child to have the benefit of living a life style on a par with kings, you might think twice about being put into addict slavery to feed a bank account. And perhaps we can convince our Justice Department that dealing in hard core narcotics, no matter who that person or persons are and their standing in society, should justify a prison sentence on a par with Rhino Poachers. Life.



.......Xmas wish list #4, 2013 Freedom Year coming next...

Links and information wish #3


Global banks are the financial services wing of the drug cartels


http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/jul/21/drug-cartels-banks-hsbc-money-laundering


CIA-operated drones protect drug lords in Pakistan: 


http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/12/02/275792/us-drones-on-pakistan-protects-drug-empire/


Romney’s a drug-money launderer


http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/10/17/la-times-romneys-a-drug-money-launderer/


Watergate to Fast and Furious- Attorney General plots protection rackets for the ultimate organized crime syndicate. Eric Holder is the latest in a long line of lawyers that distort and stretch credibility to the theater of the absurd.


http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/06/25/watergate-to-fast-and-furious/


Documentary: AMERICAN DRUG WAR: The Last White Hope 


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8fBbH3K18s


Documentary: CIA Drug Ops Conspiracy unaired documentary 


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JBVisBumNE

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