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Kareem
11-22-2003, 01:27 AM
C.I.A. & DRUGS FACT SHEET

"Without the Honduran military there would have been no Contras. $14 million [to finance arms] came from drugs." [through Honduras.] - Oliver North's diary 7/5/85.- Oliver North then intervened to get an absurdly lenient sentence for General Jose Bueso-Rosa, convicted of smuggling tons of cocaine into the U.S.

"We don't need to investigate [C.I.A.'s role in drug dealing]. We already know. The evidence is there." - Jack Blum, former Chief Counsel to John Kerry's Subcommittee on Narcotics and Terrorism in 1996 Senate Hearings. - The Medellin Cartel gave more than $10 million to the contras.

"In my 30 year history in DEA, the major targets of my investigations almost invariably turned out to be working for the CIA." - Dennis Dayle, Chief of an elite DEA unit in Central America.

"With respect to [drug trafficking by] the resistance forces... it is not a couple of people. It is a lot of people." - Alan Fiers former CIA deputy for Central American ops.

FOUR FIRMS LISTED BY DEA AS MAJOR SMUGGLING OPERATIONS WERE ON CIA's LIST OF APPROVED VENDORS AND EACH RECEIVED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN STATE DEPARTMENT SUBSIDIES WHILE THEY WERE DEALING DRUGS: DIACSA - SETCO - VORTEX - FRIGORIFICOS DE PUNTARENAS.

Miguel Felix Gallardo and Rafael Caro-Quintero supplied the contras with guns and money. Caro ran a Contra training camp in Veracruz. Together they smuggled 4 tons of cocaine a month into the U.S. Both were later tied to the murder of DEA agent Kiki Camarena.

THESE ARE SOME OF THE PILOTS WHO FLEW DRUGS ON CIA PROTECTED FLIGHTS INTO THE U.S.:

Michael Palmer * Werner Stoltz * Floyd Carlton * Bill Cooper * Tosh Plumley * Marcos Aguado * Bo Abbott * Gerardo Duran * Pat Foley * Frank Moss * Tito Carrasco * Barry Seal * John Allen * Cesar Rodriguez * Teofilo Watson * Alfredo Caballero * Gary Betzner

CIA FUNDED AIRLINES CONNECTED WITH DRUG OR WEAPONS SMUGGLING:

So. Air Transport * SETCO * EVERGREEN * Hondu Carib * Arrow Air

IN A COURT OF LAW THE STRONGEST FORM OF DIRECT EVIDENCE IS TESTIMONY BY EYEWITNESSES. THE FOLLOWING ARE EYEWITNESSES TO CIA DRUG TRAFFICKING WHO HAVE NEVER BEEN ALLOWED TO TESTIFY:

Celerino Castillo (DEA) * Michael Ruppert (LAPD)* Mike Levine (DEA) * Bill Tyree (Spl forces) * John Mattes (Fed. Pub Defender) * Dee Ferdinand * Jack Terrell (Contra supporter) * Anabelle Grimm (DEA) Brad Ayers (DEA) * Bo Abbott (Air America) * Tosh Plumley (CIA) * Ralph McGehee (CIA) * Lt Col. Bo Gritz (ret.) (US Army Spl. Forces) * Dr. David Sabow, MD (brother of murdered Marine Col. Jim Sabow) *Dois G. (Chip) Tatum (CIA) * Gene Wheaton (Army CID)

Kareem
11-22-2003, 01:28 AM
Mostly Iran contra, Ill be trying to find some good information on the CIA and its introduction of crack cocaine to los angeles.

Kareem
11-22-2003, 01:34 AM
According to the New York Times, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has completed a classified 500-page report confirming that it continued to work with about two dozen members and supporters of the CIA-backed Nicaraguan contra army in the 1980s after hearing charges that they were trafficking in drugs. Unnamed officials said the report shows that the CIA received allegations of drug trafficking activity by about 50 contras and contra supporters but continued to work with half of them; the CIA "was unable to either prove or disprove the charges, or did not investigate them adequately," the Times says. Former CIA director John Deutch ordered two reports on contra drug trafficking after an August 1996 series in the San Jose Mercury News of San Jose, California, named a group of contra supporters who supplied cocaine to Los Angeles drug dealers in the early 1980s; the Los Angeles dealers have been linked to the explosion of crack use in the city. The series caused outrage in the local and national African-American communities. Mainstream US media then denounced the series as flawed; in May 1997 the Mercury News partly retracted the articles, and their author, Gary Webb, was forced out of the newspaper. The first report, released in January 1998, cleared the CIA of all responsibility for the contras' drug trafficking. "The fundamental finding of the [second, much longer] report is that there is no information that the CIA or CIA employees ever conspired with any contra organizations or individuals involved with the contras for purposes of drug trafficking," a unnamed "intelligence official" told the Times. The CIA is "reluctant" to declassify the report "because it deals directly with the contras the agency did work with," according to the Times. [NYT 7/17/98] Source: "New CIA Report Hedges on Contra-Crack Charges", Weekly News Update on the Americas, Issue #442, July 19, 1998, Nicaragua Solidarity Network of NY * 339 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10012 * 212-674-9499 fax: 212-674-9139

Kareem
11-22-2003, 01:36 AM
So basically...lets poison our poor black communities with a powerful deadly narcotic to purchase weapons to fuel a war that would kill thousands of innocent people to fight "communism"(i.e. Providing for the well being of your people).

Good Job :nice:

:not: :not:

11-22-2003, 02:58 AM
Originally posted by Kareem
the CIA "was unable to either prove or disprove the charges, or did not investigate them adequately," the Times says.

"The fundamental finding of the [second, much longer] report is that there is no information that the CIA or CIA employees ever conspired with any contra organizations or individuals involved with the contras for purposes of drug trafficking," a unnamed "intelligence official" told the Times.


It seems the San Jose Mercury News report was bogus.

Speaking of the New York Times; Kareem, did you know the New York Times had a deal with Stalin to not report on the 7,000,000 Ukrainians that Stalin starved in the 1930's?



Pulitzer Probes Times Writer's 1932 Award
LARRY McSHANE
Associated Press

NEW YORK - A Pulitzer Prize awarded in 1932 to a New York Times correspondent is under review and could be revoked because of complaints that he deliberately ignored the forced famine in the Ukraine that killed millions.

The review of Walter Duranty's work was launched in April by a Pulitzer subcommittee. No Pulitzer has ever been revoked in the 86 years that the prize has been awarded.

Members of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America joined Ukrainians worldwide this year in urging the withdrawal of Duranty's award, said President Michael Sawkiw Jr., adding that more than 15,000 postcards and thousands more letters and e-mails were sent to the Pulitzer Board.

Hey dog, read this (http://www.duluthsuperior.com/mld/duluthsuperior/news/6058954.htm)

Kareem
11-22-2003, 03:16 AM
Originally posted by Snouter


It seems the San Jose Mercury News report was bogus.


Yea, I read that part..."unnamed intelligence officers" or whatever..of course, they are lying about it.....why is the CIA reluctant to release those reports...

And your post about the ukranians is off topic...i dont care about that in this thread.....whats up with oliver north and his diary?

11-22-2003, 03:25 AM
It is on topic because it demonstrates the long sordid history of the New York Times sympathizing with Commies back then, and again in recent years. Just by looking at responses from people such as yourself who are unaware of the Marxist history of the NYT is indicative of the subtle power of their propaganda.

Kareem
11-22-2003, 03:37 AM
Originally posted by Snouter
It is on topic because it demonstrates the long sordid history of the New York Times sympathizing with Commies back then, and again in recent years. Just by looking at responses from people such as yourself who are unaware of the Marxist history of the NYT is indicative of the subtle power of their propaganda.

Oh...Like i read the new york times everyday.. :rolleyes:

That cia and drugs fact sheet is not from the NYT.

Kareem
11-22-2003, 03:12 PM
As far as Im concerned this is not a theory but historical fact.

lily
11-22-2003, 04:19 PM
There's more to all of this than most people know. I think everyone should read the book Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1561712493/qid=1069538238/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/103-8790284-7487067?v=glance&s=books). According to Terry Reed, who was one of the pilots working for the CIA, as our government was exporting arms and importing cocaine, during the 80's, this all took place with the full knowledge and consent of the governnor of the state they had used for this operation, Arkansas. In fact, then governor Bill Clinton was more than just aware of this, he made a deal with them, and profited financially and politically from this deal. This took place in Mena, Arkansas, at a little airport where they could get away with this operation unseen.

Also, I'm sure some of you have heard of the 'boys on the railroad tracks'..... the 2 teenage boys who witnessed what was going on at Mena, and ended up dead, their bodies found on the railroad tracks. The first autopsy was done by a corrupt clinton crony, and the official statement was that they had fallen asleep on the railroad tracks and got run over. The parents of the boys didn't buy that, and they got a second opinion. It turns out the boys were murdered, one of them stabbed and the other hit over the head, and then after they were killed their bodies were placed on the tracks. What does this have to do with drugs/CIA? They were witnesses to what was going on at the Mena airport, and not only did they end up being killed, but about 9 other people who had information on their deaths also ended up being killed themselves. You can read their names and more about it here (http://www.geocities.com/athens/crete/3450/deaths2.html) (scroll down the page to where it says THE HENRY - IVES DEATHS, A.K.A. THE "TRAIN DEATHS")

All of this was also talked about in the documentary film 'The Clinton Chronicles'.... although in that film they didn't get into the CIA/Bush/Clinton connection, they mainly just focused on Clinton's part in the drug/gun running.

Kareem
11-22-2003, 04:23 PM
Originally posted by buttercup
There's more to all of this than most people know. I think everyone should read the book Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1561712493/qid=1069538238/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/103-8790284-7487067?v=glance&s=books). According to Terry Reed, who was one of the pilots working for the CIA, as our government was exporting arms and importing cocaine, during the 80's, this all took place with the full knowledge and consent of the governnor of the state they had used for this operation, Arkansas. In fact, then governor Bill Clinton was more than just aware of this, he made a deal with them, and profited financially and politically from this deal. This took place in Mena, Arkansas, at a little airport where they could get away with this operation unseen.

Also, I'm sure some of you have heard of the 'boys on the railroad tracks'..... the 2 teenage boys who witnessed what was going on at Mena, and ended up dead, their bodies found on the railroad tracks. The first autopsy was done by a corrupt clinton crony, and the official statement was that they had fallen asleep on the railroad tracks and got run over. The parents of the boys didn't buy that, and they got a second opinion. It turns out the boys were murdered, one of them stabbed and the other hit over the head, and then after they were killed their bodies were placed on the tracks. What does this have to do with drugs/CIA? They were witnesses to what was going on at the Mena airport, and not only did they end up being killed, but about 9 other people who had information on their deaths also ended up being killed themselves. You can read their names and more about it here (http://www.geocities.com/athens/crete/3450/deaths2.html) (scroll down the page to where it says THE HENRY - IVES DEATHS, A.K.A. THE "TRAIN DEATHS")

All of this was also talked about in the documentary film 'The Clinton Chronicles'.... although in that film they didn't get into the CIA/Bush/Clinton connection, they mainly just focused on Clinton's part in the drug/gun running.

Wow, thanks for that information buttercup! Very important in exposing this govt. of coke runners.

Kareem
11-22-2003, 05:09 PM
The Real Drug Lords

A brief history of CIA involvement in the Drug Trade

by William Blum

1947 to 1951, FRANCE
According to Alfred W. McCoy in The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia,
CIA arms, money, and disinformation enabled Corsican criminal syndicates in
Marseille to wrestle control of labor unions from the Communist Party. The
Corsicans gained political influence and control over the docks -- ideal
conditions for cementing a long-term partnership with mafia drug
distributors, which turned Marseille into the postwar heroin capital of the
Western world. Marseille's first heroin laboratones were opened in 1951, only
months after the Corsicans took over the waterfront.

EARLY 1950s, SOUTHEAST ASIA
The Nationalist Chinese army, organized by the CIA to wage war against
Communist China, became the opium barons of The Golden Triangle (parts of
Burma, Thailand and Laos), the world's largest source of opium and heroin.
Air America, the ClA's principal airline proprietary, flew the drugs all over
Southeast Asia. (See Christopher Robbins, Air America, Avon Books, 1985,
chapter 9 )

1950s to early 1970s, INDOCHINA
During U.S. military involvement in Laos and other parts of Indochina, Air
America flew opium and heroin throughout the area. Many Gl's in Vietnam
became addicts. A laboratory built at CIA headquarters in northern Laos was
used to refine heroin. After a decade of American military intervention,
Southeast Asia had become the source of 70 percent of the world's illicit
opium and the major supplier of raw materials for America's booming heroin
market.

1973-80, AUSTRALIA
The Nugan Hand Bank of Sydney was a CIA bank in all but name. Among its
officers were a network of US generals, admirals and CIA men, including
fommer CIA Director William Colby, who was also one of its lawyers. With
branches in Saudi Arabia, Europe, Southeast Asia, South America and the U.S.,
Nugan Hand Bank financed drug trafficking, money laundering and international
arms dealings. In 1980, amidst several mysterious deaths, the bank collapsed,
$50 million in debt. (See Jonathan Kwitny, The Crimes of Patriots: A True
Tale of Dope, Dirty Money and the CIA, W.W. Norton & Co., 1 987.)

1970s and 1980s, PANAMA
For more than a decade, Panamanian strongman Manuel Noriega was a highly
paid CIA asset and collaborator, despite knowledge by U.S. drug authorities
as early as 1971 that the general was heavily involved in drug trafficking
and money laundering. Noriega facilitated ''guns-for-drugs" flights for the
contras, providing protection and pilots, as well as safe havens for drug
cartel otficials, and discreet banking facilities. U.S. officials, including
then-ClA Director William Webster and several DEA officers, sent Noriega
letters of praise for efforts to thwart drug trafficking (albeit only against
competitors of his Medellin Cartel patrons). The U.S. government only turned
against Noriega, invading Panama in December 1989 and kidnapping the general
once they discovered he was providing intelligence and services to the Cubans
and Sandinistas. Ironically drug trafficking through Panama increased after
the US invasion. (John Dinges, Our Man in Panama, Random House, 1991;
National Security Archive Documentation Packet The Contras, Cocaine, and
Covert Operations.)

1980s, CENTRAL AMERICA
The San Jose Mercury News series documents just one thread of the
interwoven operations linking the CIA, the contras and the cocaine cartels.
Obsessed with overthrowing the leftist Sandinista government in Nicaragua,
Reagan administration officials tolerated drug trafficking as long as the
traffickers gave support to the contras. In 1989, the Senate Subcommittee on
Terrorism, Narcotics, and International Operations (the Kerry committee)
concluded a three-year investigation by stating: "There was substantial
evidence of drug smuggling through the war zones on the part of individual
Contras, Contra suppliers, Contra pilots mercenaries who worked with the
Contras, and Contra supporters throughout the region.... U.S. officials
involved in Central America failed to address the drug issue for fear of
jeopardizing the war efforts against Nicaragua.... In each case, one or
another agency of the U.S. govemment had intormation regarding the
involvement either while it was occurring, or immediately thereafter....
Senior U S policy makers were nit immune to the idea that drug money was a
perfect solution to the Contras' funding problems." (Drugs, Law Enforcement
and Foreign Policy, a Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations,
Subcommittee on Terrorism, Narcotics and Intemational Operations, 1989)
In Costa Rica, which served as the "Southern Front" for the contras
(Honduras being the Northern Front), there were several different ClA-contra
networks involved in drug trafficking. In addition to those servicing the
Meneses-Blandon operation detailed by the Mercury News, and Noriega's
operation, there was CIA operative John Hull, whose farms along Costa Rica's
border with Nicaragua were the main staging area for the contras. Hull and
other ClA-connected contra supporters and pilots teamed up with George
Morales, a major Miami-based Colombian drug trafficker who later admitted to
giving $3 million in cash and several planes to contra leaders. In 1989,
after the Costa Rica government indicted Hull for drug trafficking, a
DEA-hired plane clandestinely and illegally flew the CIA operative to Miami,
via Haiti. The US repeatedly thwarted Costa Rican efforts to extradite Hull
back to Costa Rica to stand trial.
Another Costa Rican-based drug ring involved a group of Cuban Amencans
whom the CIA had hired as military trainers for the contras. Many had long
been involved with the CIA and drug trafficking They used contra planes and a
Costa Rican-based shnmp company, which laundered money for the CIA, to move
cocaine to the U.S.
Costa Rica was not the only route. Guatemala, whose military intelligence
service -- closely associated with the CIA -- harbored many drug traffickers,
according to the DEA, was another way station along the cocaine highway.
Additionally, the Medell!n Cartel's Miami accountant, Ramon Milian Rodriguez,
testified that he funneled nearly $10 million to Nicaraguan contras through
long-time CIA operative Felix Rodriguez, who was based at Ilopango Air Force
Base in El Salvador.
The contras provided both protection and infrastructure (planes, pilots,
airstrips, warehouses, front companies and banks) to these ClA-linked drug
networks. At least four transport companies under investigation for drug
trafficking received US govemment contracts to carry non-lethal supplies to
the contras. Southern Air Transport, "formerly" ClA-owned, and later under
Pentagon contract, was involved in the drug running as well. Cocaine-laden
planes flew to Florida, Texas, Louisiana and other locations, including
several militarv bases Designated as 'Contra Craft,'' these shipments were
not to be inspected. When some authority wasn't clued in and made an arrest,
powerful strings were pulled on behalf of dropping the case, acquittal,
reduced sentence, or deportation.

1980s to early 1990s, AFGHANISTAN
ClA-supported Moujahedeen rebels engaged heavily in drug trafficking while
fighting against the Soviet-supported govemment and its plans to reform the
very backward Afghan society. The Agency's principal client was Gulbuddin
Hekmatyar, one of the leading druglords and leading heroin refiner. CIA
supplied trucks and mules, which had carried arms into Afghanistan, were used
to transport opium to laboratories along the Afghan Pakistan border. The
output provided up to one half of the heroin used annually in the United
States and three-quarters of that used in Western Europe. US officials
admitted in 1990 that they had failed to investigate or take action against
the drug operabon because of a desire not to offend their Pakistani and
Afghan allies. In 1993, an official of the DEA called Afghanistan the new
Colombia of the drug world.

MlD-1980s to early 199Os, HAITI
While working to keep key Haitian military and political leaders in power,
the CIA turned a blind eye to their clients' drug trafficking. In 1986, the
Agency added some more names to its payroll by creating a new Haitian
organization, the National Intelligence Service (SIN). SIN was purportedly
created to fight the cocaine trade, though SIN officers themselves engaged in
the trafficking, a trade aided and abetted by some of the Haitian military
and political leaders.

William Blum is author of Killing Hope: U.S Military and CIA Interventions
Since World War ll available from Common Courage Press, P.O. Box 702, Monroe,
Maine, 04951, USA; tel: (207) 525-0900; fax: (207) 525-3068

Kareem
11-22-2003, 05:11 PM
After this weeks discussion is up im moving this to the big debates...there is just to much evidence to ignore...

Criminals In Action-CIA

Kareem
11-22-2003, 06:51 PM
Holy **** buttercup....all those people murdered....its horrible...the govt. is the most vile thing around. its disgusting...I pray to God that this govt. will meet a violent and destructive end through the hands of its people, all praise due to Allah.

Cd.
11-23-2003, 02:01 AM
I saw the movie Panthar, and would recommend it to everyone else. It showed how the CIA and the Mafia worked together to undermind the black power movement. Their plan was to destroy the Black Panthar movement by bringing drugs into the black communities and keep the black man addicted and ignorant.

I would add that LSD was used on soldiers and prisoners as part of an experiment by the CIA.

That, mr and mrs America is how your tax money is spent.:rolleyes:

Corporate Avenger
11-29-2003, 06:09 AM
"If the people were to ever find out what we have done, we would be chased down the streets and lynched."

-- George Bush, cited in the June, 1992 Sarah McClendon Newsletter


http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/RANCHO/POLITICS/MENA/BUSH.jpg

George Bush with legendary CIA agent Felix Rodriguez a.k.a. "Mr. Gomez" who ran the Mexican portion of the Iran-Contra guns and drug running operation.


"I have put thousands of Americans away for tens of thousands of years for less evidence for conspiracy with less evidence than is available against Ollie North and CIA people. . . . I personally was involved in a deep-cover case that went to the top of the drug world in three countries. The CIA killed it."
Former DEA Agent Michael Levine
CNBC-TV, October 8, 1996


"The connections piled up quickly. Contra planes flew north to the U.S., loaded with cocaine, then returned laden with cash. All under the protective umbrella of the United States Government. My informants were perfectly placed: one worked with the Contra pilots at their base, while another moved easily among the Salvadoran military officials who protected the resupply operation. They fed me the names of Contra pilots. Again and again, those names showed up in the DEA database as documented drug traffickers.

"When I pursued the case, my superiors quietly and firmly advised me to move on to other investigations."

Former DEA Agent Celerino Castillo
Powder Burns, 1992

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/RANCHO/POLITICS/MENA/mena.html



http://www.csun.edu/CommunicationStudies/ben/news/cia/



http://www.serendipity.li/cia/c_o_mena.html


--From the days of the Vietnam War the CIA has been at the forefront of heroin trafficking. When the Reagan administration needed to finance its war against Nicaragua the CIA applied what it had learned in Vietnam to importing vast quantities of cocaine (sometimes 20 tons at a time) from Latin America, selling it to the Mafia, and using the profits to finance its "covert activities", activities so contrary to America's professed values that they must be concealed at all costs from the American people.


I ask Dennis [Dayle, former head of DEA's Centac], "If the following statement were made to American citizens would you agree with it? 'Enormously powerful criminal organizations are controlling many countries, and to a certain degree controlling the world, and controlling our lives. Your own [U.S.] government to some extent supports them, and is concealing this fact from you.'"
"I know that to be true. That is not conjecture. Experience, over the better part of my adult life, tells me that that is so. And there is a great deal of persuasive evidence. But I also believe that what you just said can be dealt with very effectively. You can contain drug trafficking by the immobilization of the few cartels who truly control it. There must be conscious decisions, based on fact rather than propaganda, at the grass-roots level of the global community, that the global drug-trafficking situation should not be tolerated." The Underground Empire, p.1161.--





http://www.serendipity.li/cia/cia_lsd.jpg

This shows part of the front page of The Washington Post, 1975-06-11. The report is the Rockefeller Commission investigation into the CIA's domestic activities, in which it was revealed that a U.S. Army scientist had died a week after having been given LSD. This is the "Suicide Revealed". The "suicide" was actually a murder.

http://www.serendipity.li/cia.html

Kareem
11-30-2003, 09:16 PM
Thanx CA, for the info...more proof that this govt. is vile as ****!

Janus
12-02-2003, 09:19 AM
Originally posted by Kareem
So basically...lets poison our poor black communities with a powerful deadly narcotic to purchase weapons to fuel a war that would kill thousands of innocent people to fight "communism"(i.e. Providing for the well being of your people).

Good Job :nice:

:not: :not:

Yo Dawg, peep dis. :rolleyes: If blacks didn't buy the ****, the CIA wouldn't bring it.

How many blacks you know listen to rock & country? How many blacks do you know listened to Charlie Pride, the black country singer? How many blacks you know listened to In Living Color, the black rock band (damn good music, btw)?

So, if I took these music genres CDs to da hood, blacks are going to buy them up like ckicken & waffles? Hell no, I'll go broke.

Just Say No! They said NO to country music; they said NO to rock; even when the money was going into the black man's hand (as with Charlie Pride and In Living Color). Why can't they say NO to coke?

Kareem
12-02-2003, 09:31 AM
Originally posted by Janus


Yo Dawg, peep dis. :rolleyes: If blacks didn't buy the ****, the CIA wouldn't bring it.

How many blacks you know listen to rock & country? How many blacks do you know listened to Charlie Pride, the black country singer? How many blacks you know listened to In Living Color, the black rock band (damn good music, btw)?

So, if I took these music genres CDs to da hood, blacks are going to buy them up like ckicken & waffles? Hell no, I'll go broke.

Just Say No! They said NO to country music; they said NO to rock; even when the money was going into the black man's hand (as with Charlie Pride and In Living Color). Why can't they say NO to coke?

Yo..."dawg"....im not your dog. Dont call me that again, pleeeease. And "peep dis".....You think thats an excuse for the CIA to run drugs into its own country.....You gotta be crazy as ****. Tons of cocaine makes money....when your poor why the **** would you not take up something that pays your bills, fills your fridgerator and feeds your family. And Drugs arent country records.

Corporate Avenger
12-02-2003, 11:04 AM
Originally posted by Kareem


Yo..."dawg"....im not your dog. Dont call me that again, pleeeease. And "peep dis".....You think thats an excuse for the CIA to run drugs into its own country.....You gotta be crazy as ****. Tons of cocaine makes money....when your poor why the **** would you not take up something that pays your bills, filles your fridgerator and feeds your family. And Drugs arent country records.


Yup, nobody forced the CIA to get into drug running..

If anybody wants to read about some more really screwed up stuff, look up the Rockefeller drug laws..