Sunday, May 11, 2008

Charlie Wilson's War -- A Clever Piece Of CIA Propaganda -- Restoring The Drug Trade In Afghanistan - Washington's Real Goal In The Soviet Afghan War

The CIA's Exploitation Of Congressman Charlie Wilson

In the 2007 movie "Charlie Wilson's War," the viewers are led to believe that the CIA's prime interest in Afghanistan was to remove the Russians for the benefit of the Jimanijad people.

And while the movie does document enough historical information in regard to the role which then Texas Congressman, Charlie Wilson, played in negotiating with certain members of the U.S. Congress (in which to increase the CIA's covert budget for fighting the war in Afghanistan from five million dollars to a cool billion -- and with matching financial support from *Israel), the CIA's primary interest had far more to do with gaining full access to Afghanistan's opium trade than it did anything altruistic.

Moreover, Charlie Wilson's War is an excellent example of how the CIA controls and utilizes Hollywood in order to circulate its own propaganda, while larger than life silver screen heroes like Tom Hanks, *unwittingly help them to do so.

*In the case of Hanks, maybe not so unwittingly given his aiding and abetting of the Zionist world government agenda.

The end of the movie sees CIA members enthusiastically cheering Hanks (who stars as Congressman Charlie Wilson), as he modestly accepts an honorary membership as one of the CIA's own.

Of course in real life, the CIA did selfishly have something to be very pleased about, now given its access to the opium trade in Afghanistan. Something which has been a lucrative boon to the agency's long history of drug trafficking; a source of income that the agency utilizes in which to support those black operations which the U.S. Congress would never appropriate funding for, out of fear that the American public would learn of such misappropriations of the federal budget.

Covert black programs which include the non consensual human experimentation of American citizens, such as the CIA's MKULTRA mind control programs of the 1950's - 1970's, which are still carried out in the modern day via the NSA and its Signals Intelligence operations - ** wireless computer to brain interface of American citizens, whom the NSA uses as unwitting subjects for mind control experimentation.

- James F. Marino

* The reader must also keep in mind that since 1948, the United States has been sending billions of dollars each year to the State Of Israel in order to keep this financially bankrupt nation operating. This has been done as the direct result of the Zionist Jews' control over the White House. A situation in which Israel's interests continue to come before those of the American middle class. The Zionist control over Israel was fomented by the House of Rothschild, which financed the creation of Israel after World War II had ended.

At that time, Ashkenazi, Polish and Russian Jews were sent to Israel in order propagate the Rothschilds' Zionist ideology in the Middle East, at the expense of the Palestinians, whose land was stolen from them, so that Israel could be founded.

** See John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit against the NSA to learn more about the NSA's implementation of a national brain fingerprinting program.

Washington's Hidden Agenda: Restore the Drug Trade
The Spoils of War:
Afghanistan's Multibillion Dollar Heroin Trade

by Michel Chossudovsky 5 April 2004

Since the US led invasion of Afghanistan in October 2001, the Golden Crescent opium trade has soared. According to the US media, this lucrative contraband is protected by Osama, the Taliban, not to mention, of course, the regional warlords, in defiance of the "international community".

The heroin business is said to be "filling the coffers of the Taliban". In the words of the US State Department:

"Opium is a source of literally billions of dollars to extremist and criminal groups... [C]utting down the opium supply is central to establishing a secure and stable democracy, as well as winning the global war on terrorism," (Statement of Assistant Secretary of State Robert Charles. Congressional Hearing, 1 April 2004)

According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), opium production in Afghanistan in 2003 is estimated at 3,600 tons, with an estimated area under cultivation of the order of 80,000 hectares. (UNODC at even larger bumper harvest is predicted for 2004.

The State Department suggests that up to 120 000 hectares were under cultivation in 2004. (Congressional Hearing, op cit):

"We could be on a path for a significant surge. Some observers indicate perhaps as much as 50 percent to 100 percent growth in the 2004 crop over the already troubling figures from last year."(Ibid)

"Operation Containment"

In response to the post-Taliban surge in opium production, the Bush administration has boosted its counter terrorism activities, while allocating substantial amounts of public money to the Drug Enforcement Administration's West Asia initiative, dubbed "Operation Containment."

The various reports and official statements are, of course, blended in with the usual "balanced" self critique that "the international community is not doing enough", and that what we need is "transparency".

The headlines are "Drugs, warlords and insecurity overshadow Afghanistan's path to democracy". In chorus, the US media is accusing the defunct "hard-line Islamic regime", without even acknowledging that the Taliban --in collaboration with the United Nations-- had imposed a successful ban on poppy cultivation in 2000. Opium production declined by more than 90 per cent in 2001. In fact the surge in opium cultivation production coincided with the onslaught of the US-led military operation and the downfall of the Taliban regime. From October through December 2001, farmers started to replant poppy on an extensive basis.

The success of Afghanistan's 2000 drug eradication program under the Taliban had been acknowledged at the October 2001 session of the UN General Assembly (which took place barely a few days after the beginning of the 2001 bombing raids). No other UNODC member country was able to implement a comparable program:

"Turning first to drug control, I had expected to concentrate my remarks on the implications of the Taliban's ban on opium poppy cultivation in areas under their control... We now have the results of our annual ground survey of poppy cultivation in Afghanistan. This year's production [2001] is around 185 tons. This is down from the 3300 tons last year [2000], a decrease of over 94 per cent. Compared to the record harvest of 4700 tons two years ago, the decrease is well over 97 per cent.

Any decrease in illicit cultivation is welcomed, especially in cases like this when no displacement, locally or in other countries, took place to weaken the achievement" (Remarks on behalf of UNODC Executive Director at the UN General Assembly, Oct 2001,

United Nations' Coverup
In the wake of the US invasion, shift in rhetoric. UNODC is now acting as if the 2000 opium ban had never happened:

"the battle against narcotics cultivation has been fought and won in other countries and it [is] possible to do so here [in Afghanistan], with strong, democratic governance, international assistance and improved security and integrity." ( Statement of the UNODC Representative in Afghanistan at the :February 2004 International Counter Narcotics Conference,

In fact, both Washington and the UNODC now claim that the objective of the Taliban in 2000 was not really "drug eradication" but a devious scheme to trigger "an artificial shortfall in supply", which would drive up World prices of heroin.

Ironically, this twisted logic, which now forms part of a new "UN consensus", is refuted by a report of the UNODC office in Pakistan, which confirmed, at the time, that there was no evidence of stockpiling by the Taliban. (Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah. 5 October 2003)

Washington's Hidden Agenda: Restore the Drug Trade

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