The War In Afghanistan: America’s Fictitious Drug War

The US has spent 8 billion $ in anti-drug operations during the war on Afghanistan vs Afghan drug trafficking brings US $50 billion a year.

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The US is not going to stop the production of drugs in Afghanistan as it covers the costs of their military presence there, says Gen. Mahmut Gareev, a former commander during the USSR’s operations in Afghanistan.

This war is a complete fiasco, and it IS America’s newest Vietnam! We are in Afghanistan to support the shipment of Opium to markets around the world. The Rothschild drug lords demanded that we send in troops in 2001 because the Taliban were both destroying the Poppy fields, and executing the Afghan drug lords.
The Zionist controlled BS media did their part in vilifying the Taliban as a group of Ultra radical Islamic Extremists, which is a total falsehood. The public was conditioned by the attacks of 9-11 into wanting immediate justice against “Al-Qaida”, and since the plans for the invasion of Afghanistan had been drawn up before the 9-11 attacks, the Americans decided quickly to go forward with the Afghanistan invasion.

Mexico Arrests Ex-Chief of Israeli, US-Trained Elite Unit Over Disappearances

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Benjamin Netanyahu with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto

Israelis trained Civil Force officials.

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A former high level police officer from the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz was arrested Wednesday over charges of “forced disappearances” during his tenure as the head of an elite unit called Civil Force, which has received training from U.S. and Israeli agencies.

Federal and state agents captured Roberto González Meza, former director of the Civil Force of Veracruz, an elite unit that included 2,000 highly trained agents during the administration of Governor Javier Duarte de Ochoa between 2010 and 2016. Duarte himself is in prison and faces charges related to organized crime and money laundering.

Official documents from both federal and state prosecutors show that in the state of Veracruz, where violence is widespread due to warring drug cartels, a total of 145 cases of “forced disappearances” have been investigated where police officers of various levels of government are allegedly involved, between 2013 and 2016.

Meza is accused of ordering the elite unit to carry out many of the forced disappearances, local media reported and added that he has already appeared before a judge in his home state.

The Civil Force includes 2,000 agents who receive specialization and training courses from the several Mexican military agencies as well as institutions in countries such as Canada, United States, Spain, France, Guatemala, Israel, Italy and Czech Republic, local media reports.

Among the unit’s essential tasks is the fight against organized crime groups, the containment and reduction of common crimes, and the assistance to the population in cases of natural disasters.

Local media also reported that José Nabor Nava Holguín, the unit’s former sub-secretary of operations, was arrested among other former agents.

The news comes as activists and critics of the government of President Enrique Pena Nieto say the newly approved Internal Security Law will bring more militarization and impunity to the country’s police forces while giving the army more role in civilian affairs.