The Fraud on Drugs

Posted: October 18, 2014 in -
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The real “war on drugs” looks nothing like what US high officials describe.

“In 1984, the inspector general discloses, the CIA intervened with the U.S. Justice Department to seek the return from police custody of $36,800 in cash that had been confiscated from Nicaraguan drug-smuggling gang in the Bay Area whose leader, Norwin Meneses, was a prominent Contra fund-raiser. The money had been taken during what was at the time the largest seizure of cocaine in the history of California.”

Kill the Messenger may bring these revelations to some more people, but of course it’s decades later and the perps have moved around, changed tactics, changed names, moved the goal posts.

“…there are sufficient factual details which would cause certain damage to our image and program in Central America.” -CIA

Make no mistake. Make no contorted abuse of the language: this is CONSPIRACY. Not a theory, a fact. Conspiracy that reaches the top of the US government over decades. The American people have been criminally uncurious as to what is done with their tax money and in their names.

“…Reagan was referring to when he called the Contra leaders the “moral equivalent of our founding fathers”, aggressively pursued a plan of bombings of civilian centers in Nicaragua and assassinations. He also developed a Contra fundraising scheme that, according to CIA memos, relied on “kidnapping, extortion and robbery.”

CIA loves terrorists, and it always has.

The CIA and the Art of the “Un-Cover-Up”

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