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Drug traffickers are increasingly using Georgia to smuggle narcotics from Afghanistan to Russia. That is according to the head of the Russian Federal Drug Control Service Viktor Ivanov.
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Russian propaganda...soon the Russian KGB "scientists" will discover that AIDS, chickenpox and shingles were discovered and fabricated by the Georgian president in his secret laboratory. Why? Because the Georgian president is the most evil person in the world....and of course USA and NATO want to destroy Russia...why?...they are evil too...and they eat kids at lunch ....and bathe in the blood of the virgins...or maybe the Georgian president is just a patriot that loves his country and does not want to see it divided by the "great empire of spirituality" that has special "humanitarian" plans regarding the map of that part of the world....and maybe NATO and US do not care very much about Russia...and maybe the problems in Russia are the results of the internal policy not the evilness of the outside world. I dare you, Russia Today to publish my comment. I didn't think so, you are afraid that your boss will fire you.:)
This is a terrible for Russia and should be stopped at all cost. The Russian military should get involved and supervise the operation. This is a national security problem for Russia which justifies the military. To many Russian citizens are being hooked on this poison. And if Russia needs to re-enter Afghanistan on a military level, then so be it.
Whatever the country that US military entered in to fight local inhabitants - the narcotics prodiction and trade become boosted. US military and intelligence services do use their secret squads to take a part of the business for themselves, and the profit made is then used to additionally fund their black operations. In Latin America there was a lot of narcotic trade (and production) during the US engagement in Niquaragua, for example. That is why there is so much narcotics in Afghanistan now, since US military, blackwater guys, and a bunch of other US activists are there and they are engaged in the business. A side effect is destabilization of neighboring countries, among which Russia is a primary target (as it has always been). Therefore, reducing heroin production in Afghanistan will surely not work because US do not want that to happen.
Georgian leadership has just learned the lesson from their US masters and, consequently, they are heavilly engaged in getting into Russia as mush heroin as possible. They believe that is a right move to damage Russia, since 30000 estinguished Russians annually is quite a number that is in addition achieved without open military engagement. In the whole scenario the Talibans act just as a mere front cover for secret murderous actions of US and its allies.
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