Saturday, 16 July 2011

[EOB] USZ war on Afghanistan to revive Drug Economy for Banks - Detailed Report



Since the end of the Vietnam War each armed conflict America imposed on other countries was being fought in countries with a predominantly Islamic population. But the USZ war on Islam is not the issue of this article. Here we would like to shed some light on the economical reasons behind the attack on Afghanistan.

We all know that for the United States of Zionism war is a continuation of their politics just by different means; we also know that their politics is a continuation of their economy by different means. That is why the average man in the street will experience certain difficulties if you will ask him why American President Obama decided to withdraw the invading force from the oil-rich Iraq, and to increase their activities against the poor, but proud Afghan people, while suffering greater losses apparently for no practical reason? Especially now, when the American economy is in a deep crisis, and when they, probably, could find much better goals to spend the taxpayer’s money on.

On Feb.11th 2011, an American professor of economy from Boston University wrote in THE ECONOMIST:America is bankrupt! .1)

Fact is that nobody in the USZ knows how to handle this current economical situation, but it is clear to everyone, that it puts in jeopardy the American leading position in the world.

Whatever drastic measures they will take, the American empire is facing its decline. The measures which the Obama administration has taken until now were their frantic, somehow cumbersome efforts to save their largest banks in order to save the “blood circulation” of their economy. Later we shall come back to this issue.

As to the fall of an empire, well there is nothing new in this. Older people amongst us had the opportunity to watch with their own eyes  the spectacular decline of two great empires, British and Soviet, both not the least for economical reasons. It is natural, that the American advisers to their leaders learned in detail what happened to their British counterparts' empire “on which the sun never set” – now it is so easy to follow the exact Greenwich time of this every-day’s event.

The decline of the British empire, like actually every major occurrence, had several reasons, but the most important of them, as usual, is the less discussed one. The British Empire, not unlike the United States of Zionism nowadays, has experienced trade balance problems for centuries. After the inauguration of the Canton System  in 1757 (1169 A.H.), which restricted trade to one port and did not allow foreign entrance to China, the British East India Company faced a trade imbalance in favor of China and invested heavily in opium  production to redress the balance. Two opium wars were waged by the British against China. British won, and almost half of the Chinese population became opium addicts. It kept the British economy afloat for centuries until the fatal blow came: the Chinese people took power and stopped this drug trade..

Americans are not newcomers to this game. Their Vietnam war and their other activities around the Golden triangle, their relations with  Latin-America, etc. were and are  essentially modern drug wars in the tradition of the British opium wars - in which guns and soldiers are being exported from America, and drugs as a result are being imported into America and as a matter of fact into everywhere.

How can we estimate the macro-economical importance of this industry?

People think that the most important branches of the global economy are oil, grains and meat. Oil is really very important, but Obama could not care less, since the price of crude oil today is not made according to any traditional relation of supply to demand. It’s controlled by an elaborate financial market system as well as by the four major Anglo-American oil companies. As much as 60% of today’s crude oil price is pure speculation driven by large trade-banks and hedge funds. The role of the international oil exchanges in London and New York (which is under firm Zionist control) is crucial to the game.  And we are not going to discuss here the role and influence of the third oil exchange, in order to avoid embarrassing our Muslim brothers.

Concerning the other indications for comparison it is enough to say, that the global illicit drug market turnover is more than twice as large than all the world grains and meat markets combined.
Mullah Omar, the most charismatic leaders of the Afghan people
We all are aware of what the Quran teaches us about drugs. We all know, that the leaders of the Emirate of Afghanistan, influenced by the Amir ul Mumineen, Mullah Omar, have officially postulated that the illicit drugs are: “a great threat to personality, wisdom, life, health, economy and morality”.

The BBC admitted: “The Taliban’s fight against opium production in Afghanistan was the "most effective" drug control policy of modern times …..”10)

On the other side it looks very much so, that the British, and their successors Americans were rather influenced by the European attitude towards this problem: “If you can make money with it … it can’t be bad!” What of course for every decent thinking person is complete rubbish.

But in order to appease their Judaeo-Christian longing for gold, they are ready to enslave whole mankind,  to get  each and everyone addicted to the drugs they sell just in order to fill their insatiable greedy pockets respectively bank accounts.
Drug Trade props Up Economy World
At least at the moment it looks very much as though they have achieved their goal. The opium manufacturing, which practically ceased to exist when the Taliban took over in Afghanistan, is now flourishing again in areas controlled by the Americans and their puppets. Anyone who will bother to check the evidence, for example reports and statistics published by the UNDCP (United Nations Drug Control Program), or even by the DEA (the American Drug Enforcement Agency), will be astonished by numbers and trends. (We are considering publishing a separate article with analysis of these statistics, with a lot of boring numbers ─ for people who are interested in it.)

But in general, the current success of the American policy is already clear for the international community. The first goal of this war, to save American banking system, has been achieved – at least for the moment. On April 27th 2011 the American Newspaper “The final Call” stated that USZ banks are servicing international drug cartels.2)


U.N. says drug money keeps banks in business

Even the head of the United Nation’s Office on Drugs and Crime said that profits from the illicit drug trade were being used to keep banks afloat in the global financial crisis”, as Reuters has reported already in 2009. 3)

In an interview with Profil, an Austrian news magazine, UNODC Executive Director Antonio Maria Costa claimed that “in many instances, drug money is currently the only liquid investment capital.”  This UN Office on Drugs and Crime uncovered evidence that “interbank loans were funded by money that originated from drug trade ...” According to this United Nations body: “There were signs that some banks were rescued that way.”

And more: viewed from a macroeconomic perspective, drug money represents scarce investment capital for banks. “In many instances,” UNODC Executive Director said, “drug money is currently the only liquid investment capital to buy real estate, for example.” In this regard one could see on BBC  the  headline: “Drug Trade Props Up World Economy”.  And then came the “bad news” for these profiteers, the antidrug policy of the Taliban. Even the USZ government had to admit: Taliban Ban on Drug Crops Is Working.4) Well it was ─ until the USZ invaded Afghanistan. And we heard that the USZ wanted to combat the drug-trade (good joke) ─ by “selective enforcement” that effectively encourages pro-government traffickers and corrupt officials.

Who is really behind the drug business in Afghanistan?

In July 2000, Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar, working together with the United Nations to eradicate heroin production in Afghanistan, declared that growing poppies was un-Islamic, resulting in one of the world's most successful anti-drug campaigns ever. As a result of this ban, opium poppy cultivation was reduced by 91% from the previous year's estimate of 82,172 hectares. The ban was so effective that Helmand Province, which had accounted for more than half of this area, recorded no poppy cultivation during the 2001 season.

That was until in Bonn, Germany (!) Hamid Karzai was declared president of a so-called “democratic” Afghanistan. Two of the following three growing seasons saw record levels of opium poppy cultivation. Corrupt officials may have undermined the government's enforcement efforts. Afghan farmers suggested that "government officials take bribes for turning a blind eye to the drug trade while punishing poor opium growers".

The first big obstacle to be encountered now in combating illegal drug production in Afghanistan was the new puppet president itself or better the brother Ahmed Wali Karzai who is considered to be one of the world biggest drug-producers and drug–traders and himself being on the payroll of the American CIA.5) 6)

Another obstacle to getting rid of poppy cultivation in Afghanistan is the reluctant collaboration between USZ invading forces and Afghan warlords in hunting drug traffickers.9) In the absence of Taliban, the warlords largely control the opium trade but are also highly useful to the USZ forces in scouting, providing local intelligence, keeping their own territories free from the influence of  Taliban and other Afghan Freedom-Fighters, and even taking part in military operations against their own people.

The graph below from the UN World Drug Report 2008 shows the astonishing increase in Afghan opium production that followed the USZ invasion.

Note the all-time low at the start of Taliban Regime in 2001!

Former USZ State Department Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Thomas Schweich, in a New York Times article dated July 27, 2007, asserts that opium production is protected by the government of Hamid Karzai 9) since he and his criminal associates benefit from opium production, and, in Schweich's opinion, the USZ military turns a blind eye to opium production as not being central to its so-called “anti-terrorism mission”.  In March 2010, NATO rejected Russian proposals for Afghan poppy spraying, citing concerns over income of certain people.7)   There have also been allegations of American and European involvement in Afghanistan's drug trafficking with links to to the puppet-government.

On October 28, 2010 agents of Russia’s Federal Service for the Control of Narcotics joined Afghan and American antidrug forces in an operation to destroy a major drug production site near Jalalabad. In the operation 932 kg (2,055 lb) of high quality heroin and 156 kg (345 lb) of opium, with a street value of USZ $250 million, and a large amount of technical equipment was destroyed. Afghan President Hamid Karzai called the operation a violation of Afghan sovereignty and international law.8) Now that’s a funny one! Karzai obviously considers the bombing and killing of Afghan women and children by the invading forces not a violation of Afghan sovereignty or international law!

Today’s situation in Helmand (Afghanistan)
Well done, Mr. Obama: With reinstating the drug business in Afghanistan on a global scale, you saved American banks and real estate businesses, and even the world economy.11) You really earned the  Nobel-Peace-Price you received  -  what difference does it make, if the cost was the life  of innocent women and children your troops killed and the addiction of American and European kids on the drugs you have made available again .

But the greatest threat to your business remains: decent people like Mullah Omar who uses all his influence to fight the drug-trade. So you have declared a manhunt for him. Put a large reward on his head.  In our next articles we shall tell you how you will wake up from this golden dream of yours. And for now, have sweet golden dreams. Sorry I forgot, you only sell - you don’t use
Amar Ibn Saarlandi, Germany


Notes & References:
  1. http://www.economist.com/economics/by-invitation/guest-contributions/america_bankrupt
  2. http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/Business_amp_Money_12/article_7778.shtml
  3. http://www.reuters.com/article/2009/01/25/financial-un-drugs-idUSLP65079620090125
  4. According to the International Narcotics Control Strategy Report: The Taliban had cut Afghanistan's heroin production by about 95%
  5. http://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/0,1518,657878,00.html
  6. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/05/world/asia/05afghan.html?_r=1&ref=asia
  7. http://www.reuters.com/article/2010/03/24/uk-nato-russia-afghanistan-idUKTRE62N56U20100324
  8. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-south-asia-11659814
  9. Under the policies of the Taliban government, opium production in Afghanistan was curbed. In September 1999, the Taliban authorities issued a decree, requiring all opium-growers in Afghanistan to reduce output by one-third. A second decree, issued in July 2000, required farmers to completely stop opium cultivation. Ordering the ban on opium growing, Taliban leader Mullah Omar called the drug trade “un-Islamic”. As a result, 2001 was the worst year for global opium production in the period between 1990 and 2007. During the 1990s, global opium production averaged over 4000 tons. In 2001, opium production fell to less than 200 tons. Although it was not admitted by the Howard government, which claimed the credit itself, Australia’s 2001 heroin shortage was due to the Taliban. Following the attack on the Pentagon and the World Trade Centre on 11 September 2001, the armies of the northern alliance, led by USZ Special Forces, supported by daisy cutters, cluster bombs and bunker-busting missiles, to fight the Taliban forces in Afghanistan. The opium ban was lifted and, with CIA-backed warlords back in control, Afghanistan again became the major producer of opium - again. Despite the official denials, Hillary Mann Leverett, a former USZ National Security Council official for Afghanistan, confirmed that the USZ knew that government ministers in Afghanistan, including the minister of defense in 2002, were involved in drug trafficking. After 2002 Afghan opium production rose to unheard of levels. By 2007, Afghanistan was producing enough heroin to supply the entire world. In 2009, Thomas Schweich, who served as USZ state department co-ordinator for counter-narcotics and justice reform for Afghanistan, accused President Hamid Karzai of impeding the war on drugs. Schweich also accused the Pentagon of obstructing attempts to get military forces to assist and protect opium crop eradication drives. Schweich wrote in the New York Times that “narco-corruption went to the top of the Afghan government”. He said Karzai was reluctant to move against big drug lords in his political power base in the south, where most of the country’s opium and heroin is produced. The most prominent of these suspected drug lords was Ahmed Wali Karzai, the brother of President Hamid Karzai. Ahmed Wali Karzai was said to have orchestrated the manufacture of hundreds of thousands of phony ballots for his brother’s re-election effort in August 2009. He was also believed to have been responsible for setting up dozens of so-called ghost polling stations — existing only on paper — that were used to manufacture tens of thousands of phony ballots. USZ officials have criticised his “mafia-like” control of southern Afghanistan. The New York Times reported that the Obama administration had vowed to crack down on the drug lords who permeate the highest levels of President Karzai’s administration, and they pressed President Karzai to move his brother out of southern Afghanistan, but he refused to do so.“Karzai was playing us like a fiddle”, Schweich wrote. “The USZ would spend billions of dollars on infrastructure development; the USZ and its allies would fight the Taliban; Karzai’s friends could get richer off the drug trade. Karzai had Taliban enemies who profited from drugs but he had even more supporters who did.” But who was playing who like a fiddle? Was it the puppet President or the puppet masters who installed him? As Douglas Valentine shows in his history of the War on Drugs, The Strength of the Pack, this never-ending war has been a phony contest, an arm wrestle between two arms of the USZ state, the DEA and the CIA; with the DEA vainly attempting to prosecute the war, while the CIA protects its drug-dealing assets. During the Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries, European powers (chiefly the UK) and Japan used the opium trade to weaken and subjugate China. During the Twenty-First century, it seems that the opium weapon is being used against Iran, Russia and the former Soviet republics, which all face spiraling  rate of addiction and covert USZ penetration as the Afghan War fuels central Asia’s heroin plague.
  10. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/3408353.stm
  11. http://addiction-dirkh.blogspot.com/2009/02/drug-trade-props-up-world-economy.html

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