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Why we’re in Afghanistan

January 24, 2012

U.S. soldiers guarding opium harvesting in Afghanistan

Before 1980, Afghanistan controlled 0% of the world’s opium. After the US/CIA backed Mujahideen won the Soviet/Afghan war, by 1986 they were producing 40% of the world’s heroin supply.

By 1999 they were producing 80% of the total market supply.

But then something unexpected happened…

The Taliban rose to power, and by 2000 they had destroyed most of the opium fields. Production dropped from 3000+ tons to only 185 tons, a 94% reduction.

On Sept. 9th 2001, the full Afghanistan invasion plans were on President Bush’s desk.

Two days later they had their excuse (9/11).

Today, opium production in U.S.-controlled Afghanistan, which now provides more than 90% of the world’s heroin, breaks new production records nearly every year.

from http://youtu.be/kOwE0nGLvR4 @8:00

And now you know why the Taliban is demonized in the mainstream media.

And, of course, there was that oil pipeline deal…

But the big picture is that we’re in the M.E. to destabalize the region for Israel’s sake with the added benefit (for the kikes) that all those displaced Muslims will stream into Europe, America, and all the former White countries.

More here:

http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/dyinginafghanistan.php

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