Rest assured your government is burning the midnight oil to scare the pants off
semi-somnolent Americans. “Usama bin Laden tried to buy a massive amount
of cocaine, spike it with poison and sell it in the United States, hoping to kill
thousands of Americans one year after the Sept. 11 attacks,” reports the
neocon friendly New
York Post (owned by Murdoch’s News Corporation). “The feds were
told of the scheme earlier this year, but its existence had never been made public.
The Post has reviewed a document detailing the DEA’s findings in the matter,
in addition to interviewing sources familiar with the case.”
It was made public now of course because there is a major scare campaign underway—coinciding
with various Gladio-like ops in London and Egypt—and no news story (or
propaganda fable) is too outlandish. “Bin Laden hoped that large numbers
of Americans dying from poisoned coke would lead to widespread terror.”
Naturally, you’d have to be a completely uninformed ignoramus to believe
this nonsense (but then it should be assumed this is precisely what many Fox
News watchers and New York Post readers are). It should be noted that the U.S.
government has a track record of poisoning illegal drugs.
For instance, in “1969, Richard Nixon initiated ‘Operation Intercept’,
a program designed to stem the flow of Mexican marijuana into this country,”
Kneip. “The program forced Mexico to use paraquat on its marijuana
fields. In similar actions, pressure was put on Thailand, Colombia, and Jamaica
to curtail imports to the U.S. Mexican marijuana farmers in efforts to salvage
their crops still harvested the marijuana and continued to sell the paraquat-laced
marijuana to users in Mexico and the United States. There were no reported cases
of death occurring from smoking the paraquat-laced marijuana but users reported
nosebleeds, headaches, vomiting, and breathing disorders. Paraquat has since
been banned for the large scale destruction of marijuana fields.”
The U.S. has also used fungal mycoherbicides in South America to poison coca
plants. “Eradication programs have exacerbated human rights violations,
strengthened undemocratic governments, and helped forge alliances between guerrillas
and peasant growers,” explains Phillip
Coffin of the New York Academy of Medicine. In addition, so-called eradication
has caused “significant environmental damage.” Jim
Lobe writes: “The herbicide used in the spray mixture is glyphosate,
a chemical manufactured by Monsanto Corporation, that, in sufficient doses,
kills or stunts the growth of virtually all plants and trees.” In other
words, chemical “eradication” is good for a transnationals such
as Monsanto and extremely harmful or even fatal for Columbian farmers and peasants.
In short, the real criminal element poisoning illicit drugs is the United States
government and military, not Osama bin Laden. But then we shouldn’t expect
a sociopath like Rupert Murdoch, who works for Bush and the globalist cartel,
to tell us such things. After all, Murdoch is the new William Randolph Hearst
and the New York Post is a refashioned and updated New York Journal, a Hearst
newspaper largely responsible for inventing lies about Spanish atrocities in
Cuba, circa the late 1890s, and creating public sentiment responsible for embroiling
the United States in the Spanish-American War. Some things never change.
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