South Carolina Public Radio is rpeoritng that "Afghanistan's Taliban rulers have begun a campaign to eradicate poppy cultivation, aiming to wipe out the country's massive production of opium and heroin, even as farmers fear their livelihoods will be ruined at a time of growing poverty." Notice the spin. Instead of jumping for joy, the American news outlet is complaining and implying banning opium will hurt the poor farmer. Like they give a sh*t about the farmers.
Likewise, the ASPI is reporting that "Taliban opium ban could lead to increase in organised crime and terrorism." AYFKM?! They admit that "The Taliban’s recent ban on opium cultivation in Afghanistan, a repeat of previous attempts under Taliban rule up to 2001."
That's right folks. In 2001 the Taliban brought opium production in Afghanistan to a grinding halt. Shortly after that they were invaded and opium production resumed. Now they're going to try to do it again and the CIA are going to try to stop them. Again.
The movie Air America was a comedy based on a true story.
The ASPI - Australian Strategic Policy Institute, a CIA think tank left over from the Nugan Hand bank in Australia that crashed because of CIA drug dealing, arms dealing and money laundering (just like the BCCI) goes on to claim that the Taliban's opium ban could could lead to an increase in organised crime and terrorism. In reality, the current opium production promotes organized crime.
You want to launch another false flag attack just because the Taliban shut down your profitable opium lifeline again?
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.