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What the Media Won’t Tell You About Afghanistan

What the Media Won’t Tell You About Afghanistan

reallygraceful Published on Aug 22, 2017

Dig a Little DEEPER: 

THEI Eyeballs the Shadow Government AKA Deep State Series
 (Part 1) War Against the Shadow Government Has Begun . . . THEI Editor Dennis Crenshaw ~ The Shadow Government/Deep State Explained

(Part 2)  Involvement in Unconstitutional Foreign Wars

(Part 3) The Dulles Brothers, the CIA and the Kennedy Assassination

(Part 4)  CIA’s News Network CNN ~ Operation Mockingbird ~ Today’s Fake News

(Part 5) Watching You and Everything You Do ~ Agenda 2030

[Shadow Government] Pablo Escobar’s Son Reveals His Dad “Worked for the CIA Selling Cocaine” — Media Silent ~ CIA Drug Running Over the Years

U.S. Troops Patrolling Poppy Fields In Afghanistan (Photos)

Featured Image: U.S. Marines with 1st Platoon, Company I, Battalion Landing Team 3/8, Regimental Combat Team 8, return to base through a poppy field after a security patrol from their patrol base in Helmand province’s Green Zone, west of the Nahr-e Saraj canal, April 13. Elements of 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit deployed to Afghanistan to provide regional security in Helmand province in support of the International Security Assistance Force. SOURCE: Washington’s Blog (Public Domain)

As several of my last Retro posts prove nothing changes;  where you find the military-industrial thugs burning up money and lives on endless wars, you also find drugs, the CIA and the same usual suspects. . . .EDITOR 

From Washington’s Blog Posted on October 18, 2012 

Are American Troops Protecting Afghan Opium?

Preface: As many have noted, the U.S. government has – at least at some times in some parts of the world – protected drug operations. (Big American banks also launder money for drug cartels. See this,thisthis and this.  Indeed, drug dealers kept the banking system afloat during the depths of the 2008 financial crisis.  But that’s beyond the scope of this post.)

The U.S. military has openly said that it is protecting Afghani poppy fields:. . . Read Complete Post with lots of photos.

From youtube uploaded by fairinfowar on May 23, 2010

From youtube uploaded by Informedru on May 28, 2010

Afghanistan Opium Crop Guarded by Military while US conducts failed War on Drugs!

World’s Largest Pizza Delivery: 30,000 Pies Sent To Military Personnel In Afghanistan

Featured Image: Pizza Slice off. Can you identify where each of these slices came from? . . . Go to website for answer and full story. SOURCE: Jacksonville.com

What a great thing to do! A slice of pizza is something you dream of when you are far away from the U.S.A. I’m going to file this under “Treasure Chest” in our archive. I’m sure the military personel who recieved the pizza would agree. . . EDITOR

From Huffington Post  By  Posted: 05/24/2013 11:43 am EDT

A generous delivery of 30,000 pizzas to military personnel serving in Afghanistan, made last summer, has officially been named by Guinness World Records theworld’s largest pizza delivery ever.

The delivery was orchestrated by Pizza 4 Patriots, a nonprofit group founded by retired Air Force master sergeant Mark Evans, to U.S. service members in Kandahar, Bagram and Camp Bastion. . . . Read Complete Report

Retro: The Intelligence Factory: How America makes its enemies disappear

from Harper’s 

ARTICLE — From the November 2009 issue

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When I first read the U.S. government’s complaint against Aafia Siddiqui, who is awaiting trial in a Brooklyn detention center on charges of attempting to murder a group of U.S. Army officers and FBI agents in Afghanistan, the case it described was so impossibly convoluted—and yet so absurdly incriminating—that I simply assumed she was innocent. According to the complaint, on the evening of July 17, 2008, several local policemen discovered Siddiqui and a young boy loitering about a public square in Ghazni. She was carrying instructions for creating “weapons involving biological material,” descriptions of U.S. “military assets,” and numerous unnamed “chemical substances in gel and liquid form that were sealed in bottles and glass jars.” Siddiqui, an MIT-trained neuroscientist . . . Read Complete Report