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After Declaring Opioid Crisis A National Emergency, Trump Sends More Troops To Guard Afghan Poppies

There is no way to uncouple the massive surge in Afghan’s opium production from the burgeoning crisis of opioid use in the United States. In banishing all thought of an Afghan “endgame,” has Trump just made our “national emergency” of opioid abuse a permanent one? With last Friday’s departure of his chief strategist Steve Bannon – Read More…

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North Korea Is A Major Opium Producer, Making It A Prime Target For The CIA

(MPN) When the U.S. overthrew the Taliban in the wake of 9/11 as part of its newly launched “war on terror,” it set the stage for the explosive growth of Afghanistan’s dying opium industry. A few short months before the invasion took place, the Taliban made headlines for having “dramatically ended the country’s massive opium trade” Read More…

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Russia Just Called Out US/NATO Role in Afghan Drug Trafficking — Media Silent

For many years now, the United States has been “fighting,” and losing, the violent war to end opiate, opioid, and heroin overdoses. As we have consistently reported, opiate-related overdoses are now killing thousands of Americans per year, with no real end in sight. Our political foes know this and, according to Russia’s foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, Read More…

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Why The Hell Are We Still in Afghanistan?

15 years later, the US and its NATO allies still have troops in Afghanistan with no plans on leaving. We were told this was about 9/11 and Osama Bin Laden, but these were lies. So why are the troops still there? What was the war in Afghanistan really about? Michel Chossudovsky of the Centre for Read More…