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Afghanistan’s Opium Industry Now Employs More People Than Its Military

On November 29, 2014 by stratagem
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Source: BI Afghanistan’s opium economy provides more employment – “up to 411,000 full-time-equivalent jobs” – than even the country’s armed forces, according to aquarterly report released today by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan...

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Honduras facing narco nightmare as opium cultivation takes hold

On July 4, 2014 by stratagem
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Editor’s Note: JTF-BRAVO Soto Cano Air Base major U.S. military hub  for counter narcotic missions. Are U.S. military-corrupt government officials complicate in the cultivation and distribution of   Central America Opium? There is more profit in production...

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SE Asia’s war on drugs is ‘fueling production’

On June 2, 2014 by stratagem
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  Source: UCANEWS.COM Cultivation of opium in Southeast Asia’s notorious Golden Triangle region has doubled in the past decade, according to an in-depth study that rebuffs claims by governments that an aggressive anti-narcotics policy...

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Syrian oil plundered by armed groups

On April 17, 2014 by stratagem
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          Source: Al Monitor News on the situation of Syria’s northeastern oil fields is not pleasant. Governmental authorities, however, do not have the required tools to change the course of sabotage...

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Opium production jumps near British base in Afghanistan

On March 20, 2014 by stratagem
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            Source: BBC The opium-growing area around Britain’s main base in Afghanistan nearly quadrupled between 2011 and 2013, the UK government has said. Poppy fields took up 19,136...

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Narco State: Drug trafficking corrupts Kyrgyzstan’s politics and underworld

On March 18, 2014 by stratagem
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            Source: Phys Org Kyrgyzstan, a landlocked and mountainous country in Central Asia, serves a powerful role in the Eurasian drug trade by playing the “mule” that carts...

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The Narcostate: A helping hand from U.S. Special Forces and GKNB

On February 27, 2014 by stratagem
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Source: Politico Editor’s Note: M41 Highway/ Pamir Highway route through Tajikistan likely a  route for opium/weapons for local warlords,  however the big boys- US Special Forces, Intel operatives, GKNB/Armed Forces are airlifting opium from...

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Cameroon Becomes Vortex For Arms Trafficking In Troubled Region

On February 24, 2014 by stratagem
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Source: Mintpress News A spate of recent arms seizures and arrests of traffickers in Cameroon destined for neighboring Nigeria is reflecting the increasing instability being created by Boko Haram, a report by IRIN...

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The “Hidden” geopolitics: The case of the Afghan heroin production and the aftermath of NATO exit

On January 10, 2014 by stratagem
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Source: Serbianna “Suppose the prisoners were able to talk together, don’t you think that when they named the shadows which they saw passing they would believe they were naming things?” PLATO, The Republic,...

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NSA, Unit 8200, Technion, NICE systems, Comverse, and Check Point’s role in U.S. militarization, domestic-international intelligence surveillance and drug trafficking

NSA, Unit 8200, Technion, NICE systems, Comverse, and Check Point’s role in U.S. militarization, domestic-international intelligence surveillance and drug trafficking

On November 17, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: mondoweiss [...] Technion’s links with surveillance operations The American Technion Society, which is a New York City-based fundraising/public relations outlet for Technion, states in a YouTube video: “The world often turns to...

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Narcotic revenues absorbed by the banking system

Narcotic revenues absorbed by the banking system

On November 12, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: Vestnik  Kavkaza Yesterday the director of the Federal Service for Drug Control, Viktor Ivanov, spoke about successful international strategic operations in Central America and Afghanistan and stated that “the cocaine outlet market...

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Federation of American Scientists Warn Against Loose MANPADs in Syria

Federation of American Scientists Warn Against Loose MANPADs in Syria

On October 12, 2013 by stratagem
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Editor’ Notes: Did Dyncorp Mercs deliver MANPADs to the CIA backed Al Qaeda terrorists in Syria?  The U.S. State Dept. has contracted the security company DynCorp International to help track missing surface-to-air missiles...

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CIA tied to the murder of a DEA agent and the movement of drugs from South America to Mexico and to the U.S

CIA tied to the murder of a DEA agent and the movement of drugs from South America to Mexico and to the U.S

On October 10, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: Fox News Few remember Enrique ‘Kiki’ Camarena, the DEA agent killed in the line of duty almost 30 years ago, when the War on Drugs was the talk of Washington. “On February...

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U.S. drug agents smuggling cocaine, Venezuelan president alleges

U.S. drug agents smuggling cocaine, Venezuelan president alleges

On October 3, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: Examiner The president of Venezuela on Wednesday cast suspicion on an American law enforcement agency saying his nation is probing the American drug enforcement officers to learn whether or not they are...

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CIA’s secret global business of narcotics smuggling and weapons trade

CIA’s secret global business of narcotics smuggling and weapons trade

On September 19, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: Pakistan Today Drug trade goes on unchecked in Afghanistan If one goes by the American measurement, the saying goes that they do not start a venture unless they are sure about its...

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Narco State: Marijuana cultivation still widespread in Afghanistan

Narco State: Marijuana cultivation still widespread in Afghanistan

On September 13, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: Stars and Stripes Marijuana cultivation remains widespread in Afghanistan, but may have leveled off compared to past years, Afghan and United Nations officials said Tuesday. Nearly 25,000 acres of land in Afghanistan...

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Snow Job: U.S. Air Force Flies Cocaine from Costa Rica to Miami

On August 5, 2013 by stratagem
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            Editor’s Note: The global economy is still afloat without a complete collapse due to perpetual wars  along with a massive global drug trade and money laundering schemes...

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