View Full Version : US transporting Opium from Afghanistan?

02-12-2008, 11:36 AM
We are according to Russian Ambassador to Afghanistan.

Commenting on reports that the United States military transport aviation is used for shipping narcotics out of Afghanistan, the Russian envoy said there was no smoke without fire.

“If such actions do take place they cannot be undertaken without contact with Afghans, and if one Afghan man knows this, at least a half of Afghanistan will know about this sooner or later,” Kabulov told Vesti, Russia’s 24-hour news channel. “That is why I think this is possible, but cannot prove it.”

Source: Narco aggression (http://www.hinduonnet.com/fline/stories/20080229503205700.htm)

While the international human rights organizations focused on the investigation of alleged CIA kidnapping and torture of al-Qaeda suspects and prisoners, they never paid any attention to a fair possibility that the infamous, secret and uncontrolled CIA “rendition flights” could be used to smuggle heroin from Afghanistan to Europe.

Source: LP: Trading with the Enemy (US/British military buying heroine from Afghan jihadists) (http://www.libertypost.org/cgi-bin/readart.cgi?ArtNum=213466)

And just in case your not familiar with the CIA "rendition flights"

JURIST] US District Judge James Ware of the US District Court for the Northern District of California heard arguments Tuesday on the government's motion to dismiss [JURIST report] a lawsuit against Jeppesen Dataplan [corporate website] on state secrets grounds. The Justice Department argued that the lawsuit, brought by the American Civil Liberties Union over Jeppesen's alleged role in the CIA's extraordinary rendition program, poses a risk to national security. The ACLU argued against the motion [press release], saying that since the rendition program is already made public, national security concerns are outweighed. The government has asserted similar state secrets claims in other national security cases. Ware did not decide on the motion to dismiss at Tuesday's hearing, but said he would issue a written opinion shortly.

Source: JURIST - Paper Chase: DOJ urges judge to dismiss lawsuit against Boeing subsidiary over CIA rendition role (http://jurist.law.pitt.edu/paperchase/2008/02/doj-urges-judge-to-dismiss-lawsuit.php)

I smell a rat.

02-12-2008, 09:38 PM
So you would take the word of a Russian over the Nato and American soldiers that are over there risking their lives to protect you?

Why don't you go over to Moscow and see how long you would last with the Russian Mafia!

02-18-2008, 05:23 AM
Delta, the average soldier has no clue this is going on.

And the ones that threaten to blow the whistle, are

All it takes is a few powerful nods, and this is overlooked.

Believe it, or not.