Saturday, September 17, 2016

The AFT's Predisposition for Corruption

Operation Fast and Furious showed us that the ATF is corrupt. Before we examine the ATF's predisposition for corruption, we need to recap just what Operation Fast and Furious is and was. Tonight the passionate Eye on CBC ran a documentary called Secrets of Mexico’s Drug War. The documentary shows how Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel has maintained its position - seemingly aided and abetted by the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF). The episode is still available online but I can just find the trailer.

The bottom line is that in Operation Fast and Furious, the ATF were selling the Mexican Cartel guns and bringing back tons of cocaine into the US as payment. Gary Webb was right. Iran Contra never stopped. Obviously it was a CIA led operation. The CIA has been deeply involved with drug trafficking since the Vietnam war. We talked about the Judge Bonner story. Judge Bonner was head of the DEA when the CIA were caught bringing a ton of cocaine into Florida.

The CIA kept denying it over and over until Judge Bonner went on 60 minutes and documented everything. Then they finally admitted it was true but claimed it was a mistake and that it was the only time. Both statements were lies. It wasn't a mistake. They said they were trying to track where the cocaine came from to make an arrest but they made no attempt whatsoever to track the cocaine when it hit the streets nor did they make any attempt to arrest anyone involved with bringing it into the country. As we saw from the Gary Webb story and from Mena Arkansas, this was clearly not the first nor the last time the CIA were caught drug trafficking.

The next time the CIA was caught bringing a ton of cocaine into Florida, they didn't say it was a mistake, they said they were bringing it in to destroy it. Why would they not destroy it at source? Why would they bring it into cocaine central to destroy it? That is ridiculous.

Now it turns out that one of the guns used in a Paris terrorist attack came from Operation Fast and Furious which was run out of Phoenix Arizona. In steps the ATF's predisposition for corruption. These were some of the same ATF agents that were involved in a Hells Angels undercover operation there. Alex Caine once told me that he met some of those ATF agents in Arizona. I'm not going to name names because that would be pointless. There would be too many names to name. Alex told me he went to a house where the ATF were having a wild party with strippers where everyone was getting drunk and talking about confidential things in front of the strippers. He didn't think it was very professional.

You can say what you want about Alex Caine - he's a fake, he's a rat, the list goes on. I do believe he was there and saw that. Why is it a big deal? Because it shows us two things. It shows us the vicious cycle of unprofessionalism in law enforcement just like when the Secret Service agents were caught stiffing a prostitute in Colombia. Married men, trying to pretend to be heros where they get drunk and cheat on their wives all in the name of the greater good.

What it really shows is the true character of many of the law enforcement officers that go undercover to arrest bikers. They do it because they actually covet that lifestyle. It shows their predisposition for corruption and explains why it was so easy for the CIA to infiltrate them to betray their oath to protect the Constitution. After all, that is what the CIA learned from the Judge Bonner story. The only way to shut up the DEA and the ATF is to infiltrate them.


  1. Don't get me started on the DEA who work the Mexican border. I recommend reading some of Mr. Charles Bowden's books.

    Mr. Webb is absolutely right. The CIA has, and continues, to bring drugs into America. Of course, some of that ends up in Canada. I've always been very suspicious of Diplomats...moving around, luggage never checked. It's no secret that coke comes in on Paul Martin's ships.

  2. The documentary is quite good. I watched it the first time and the second time didn't hurt either. It might make for good watching for all voters. Just in case you think your politicians and police forces are "honest", well some of them aren't and this documentary reminds all of us of that.


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