Monday, August 22, 2005

British 13-year-olds selling drugs for the CIA?

In the United Kingdom, The Herald newspaper revealed, on 22 August 2005:

1. the number of under-16s charged with the supply or possession of drugs has gone up by 13% since 2002.

2. 13-year-olds have been found dealing in heroin.


According to Northstarzone, the CIA deals in heroin.

Northstarzone's information on CIA drug smuggling operations comes from 'CIA and ONI (Office of Naval Intelligence) operatives: Trenton Parker, Gunther Russbacher, Michael Maholy, Robert Hunt.

'There is extensive documentation confirming the intelligence status of each of these men. This documentation was taken from Rodney Stich's seminal work, Defrauding America.'

According to Northstarzone, profits from the CIA's cocaine, heroin, and marijuana smuggling activities have been estimated at between $10 and $15 billion per year.

Northstarzone lists the CIA operations that involve trading in drugs. These include:

Operation Snow Cone - 'Parent Central American drug smuggling operation'.

Operation Toilet Seat - 'The CIA uses Boeing 727 and C-130 aircraft to haul drugs from Central and South America'.

Operation Indigo Sky - 'Massive CIA heroin smuggling operation based in Lagos, Nigeria'.

Operation New Wave - 'CIA heroin smuggling operation based in Thailand'.

Much of Britain's heroin comes from Afghanistan:

"The ISI, CIA, and Afghan drug traffic have been a single story since the CIA, in May 1979, first met with the ISI protege, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar; and proceeded to fund him, even as his guerrilla operation evolved into a professional drug network with its own heroin labs (McCoy, Politics of Heroin, 451)."

The CIA's reported involvement in the drug trade has been documented by academics such as Dr. Peter Dale Scott.

One boss of a drug ring has admitted in federal court testimony that he and other exiles began selling drugs in the USA in 1982 to help finance the CIA's Contras.

Remember the Lockerbie Bomb?

An internal investigation by Pan Am is believed to have found that the bomb planted on Flight 103 was NOT put on the plane in Malta.The Pan Am report is believed to have concluded that the bomb was not aimed at the killing of Americans in general, but was targeted specifically to kill a small band of DIA operatives that had uncovered a drugs ring run by a CIA unit in Lebanon.The drugs-ring is said to have been set up by Israeli Mossad agents.

Pan Am Flight 103 hit Lockerbie on 21 December 1988. On that flight "were at least 2 US Intelligence agents and a Mr Khalid Nazir Jafaar." The Dumfries and Galloway police began to investigate.But for two days it was "difficult" for them to collect evidence as "CIA agents combed the countryside for the luggage of the dead American intelligence agents and a suitcase full of heroin.... 59 bodies were left lying around Lockerbie until 24 December... but by then there were only 58 bodies..." according to former DIA agent Lester Coleman


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