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How MI6, CIA spend tax money on propping up drug production

07.05.2013 10:14

With both the CIA and MI6 secretly providing 'ghost money' bribes to the Afghan political establishment, it’s likely that Afghans will increasingly support a resurgent Taliban and the drug trade will be further propped up.

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Anonymous user 25.07.2013 10:42

The US permitted drug production in Afghanistan was directed at Iran an Russia, two US targets.

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 00:53

Imperial MI6 and their colonial AngloIrish country club CIA are the best buccaneers in the world

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 19:24

the taliban nearly killed the "drug trade", before mi6cia stumped 'em
just saying

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 23:45

Oh don't worry, just wait you'll get your turn too. Look who's run all that before they were there.

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 22:44

Cheers to Annie Machon for this story. I will look for her by-line again.

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 22:38

america and uk wake up

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 20:34

What a joke this! We give millions$ to support there drug production so we can fight drug in the U.S

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 20:26

CIA, MI6 are addicted to this drug money and will stay in Afghanistan for as long as possible.

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 19:39

Cocaine/Meth get American cops shot, heroin makes addicts passive so no shot cops, they like that.

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 18:44

The CIA wants drugs produced to damage Iran and Russia.

Anonymous user 08.05.2013 16:14

Pharma giants need the fields to produce cheap material for for their drugs. So US holds Afghanistan

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