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    Just One Side? Antifa Talks About “Nazi Fighting” In Laguna Beach … Have No Idea What

    This one think there "might be 1 million immigrants here"


    Just One Side? Antifa Talks About “Nazi Fighting” In Laguna Beach … Have No Idea What They’re Saying




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    It turns out Antifa isn’t just a bunch of thugs! No, they’re a lot more than that! They’re a bunch of REALLY DUMB thugs!
    I mean, it’s really surprising these dolts know how to put pants on, let alone get themselves to their little “peaceful” rallies.
    Watch this:



    “I feel like I’m an idiot because I’m on the spot right now.” No honey, you’re just an idiot.
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    Pro Communists???? In my opinion, they are so dumb it hurts.

    From July 9, 2017.

    Clueless Anti-Trump Protesters Call For Trump's Impeachment | FLECCAS TALKS




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    ]Published on Jul 9, 2017


    This week Fleccas hit the Impeachment Protest in downtown Los Angeles where Soros paid protesters demonstrated for Trump's impeachment. The day was filled with erroneous accusations of Russian collusion, stupid chants, and almost a fight!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CbJ9ivUE9EFleccas Talks
    [COLOR=var(--yt-video-publish-date-color)]Published on Jul 9, 2017




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    They're the ignorant fools that cause all conflicts. If they were in Afghanistan, they would be the Taliban. If they were in Germany during WWII, they would have been the Nazis. If they were in the South during the Civil War, they would have been Confederates. They are the groupies that fall in step with whatever a "leader" says. Hillary said to "resist", and here they come with their big mouths, ugly signs and violence.
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    From March 2017. The anti Trump protester mob shows their true colors. The Democrat's foot soldiers.

    (RAW) Trump Supporters Fight and Then Chase Anti-Trump Thugs out of Minnesota State Capital #DNN


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    Why are we fighting the Taliban?

    I thought we went there to find Bin Laden? Or Al Queda?

    It seems the Taliban stopped the production of opium - could that be their real sin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nntrixie View Post
    Why are we fighting the Taliban?

    I thought we went there to find Bin Laden? Or Al Queda?

    It seems the Taliban stopped the production of opium - could that be their real sin?


    No.

    Excerpts:

    "President Donald Trump’s administration, marking a departure from the position of its predecessor, did not hesitate to refer to the Afghan Taliban, which has killed and wounded U.S. service members for nearly 16 years, as a “terrorist organization.”

    "Terrorists, primarily the Taliban, have killed at least 2,251 U.S. service members and wounded another 20,218 since the war started in Afghanistan back in 2001."

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/05/17/trump-calls-afghan-taliban-terrorists/

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    Are we sure?

    But I thought it was Bin Laden and Al Queda we were fighting.

    Oh, I forgot Bush said, a long time ago, Bin Laden was no longer a priority.
    .

    That Americans have died, yes.

    Most anything else coming out of Washington regarding that war, I doubt.

    I always look to see who is going to benefit - keeping the war going isn't going to benefit those soldiers. Or us. Or the world. I'm also pretty sure the war didn't benefit the Afghani people.

    So who? And why?

    Well, there is the drugs - more precious (money wise) than anything else in the world today. There is gold, and other minerals.

    Are we sure?

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    I wonder what has changed since 2013/2014? Bush had the option to destroy the poppy fields at the onset but chose not to,
    Drug War? American Troops Are Protecting Afghan Opium. U.S. Occupation Leads to All-Time High Heroin Production


    By Washington's Blog
    Global Research, June 24, 2017
    Washington's Blog and Global Research 13 November 2013

    Region: Asia
    Theme: Global Economy, US NATO War Agenda
    In-depth Report: AFGHANISTAN






    first published in June 2014


    It is well-documented that 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, this, this and this. Indeed, drug dealers kept the banking system afloat during the depths of the 2008 financial crisis. And the U.S. drug money laundering is continuing to this day.)

    The U.S. military has openly said that it is protecting Afghani poppy fields:

    As Wikipedia notes:

    Opium production in Afghanistan has been on the rise since U.S. occupation started in 2001.

    Indeed, a brand new report from the United Nations finds that opium production is at an all-time high.


    Common Dreams notes:


    The cultivation of opium poppy in Afghanistan—a nation under the military control of US and NATO forces for more than twelve years—has risen to an all-time high, according to the 2013 Afghanistan Opium Survey released Wednesday by the United Nations.
    According to the report, cultivation of poppy across the war-torn nation rose 36 per cent in 2013 and total opium production amounted to 5,500 tons, up by almost a half since 2012.
    “This has never been witnessed before in the history of Afghanistan,” said Jean-Luc Lemahieu, the outgoing leader of the Afghanistan office of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, which produced the report.
    ***
    The U.S. military has allowed poppy cultivation to continue in order to appease farmers and government officials involved with the drug trade who might otherwise turn against the Afghan Karzai government in Kabul. Fueling both sides, in fact, the opium and heroin industry is both a product of the war and an essential source for continued conflict.

    Public Intelligence has published a series of photographs showing American – and U.S.-trained Afghan – troops patrolling poppy fields in Afghanistan. Public Intelligence informs us that all of the photos are in the public domain, and not subject to copyright, and they assured me that I have every right to reproduce them.

    We produce these photos and the accompanying descriptions from Public Intelligence without further comment.









    U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Noel Rodriguez, a team leader with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 6, communicates with an adjacent squad while on patrol in Sangin, Helmand province, Afghanistan, May 1, 2012. Marines patrolled to provide security in the area and interact with the local populace.






































































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    Pentagon Expects Lull in Afghan Fighting for Poppy Harvest




    Military.com | 14 Mar 2016 | by Richard Sisk

    The Afghan army's struggling 215th Corps in southwestern Helmand province is expected to get some respite in the coming weeks as the Taliban turns its attention to the lucrative poppy harvest, according to the U.S. military.

    Army Brig. Gen. Wilson A. Shoffner said that the recent spike in attacks in which the 215th Corps has lost ground to the Taliban in Helmand is expected to drop off in the coming weeks as the insurgents focus on securing the harvest and moving it to the smuggling routes through Pakistan and Iran.

    In Helmand, by far Afghanistan's major producer of opiates, the harvest moves "within the province from south to north as the weather allows, and we expect to see the same sort of pattern this year," said Shoffner, the main spokesman for NATO's Operation Resolute Support.

    "And so we anticipate that spike in activity [by the Taliban] will continue until about the latter part of March and then there should be a lull as the harvest gets under way," Shoffner said in a briefing from Kabul to the Pentagon last week.

    The U.S., NATO and the Afghan government do little to interfere with the harvest. A spokesman for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, which once had teams conducting raids around Afghanistan, said Monday that "We still have a presence there" but "the footprint there has been substantially reduced."

    Opiates have been and continue to be Afghanistan's largest exports, with an estimated annual value of nearly $3 billion, or about 13 percent of Afghanistan's Gross Domestic Product, according to the United Nations Office On Drugs and Crime, or UNODC.

    A typical Afghan farmer can get $200 for a kilogram of opium produced from poppy, according to the UNODC. The same amount of green beans will fetch $1.

    Shoffner estimated that the Taliban gets about half its funding from drug trafficking and taxing farmers to move the crop.

    In a speech last year, John Sopko, the U.S. Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, said that the U.S. had spent a total of $8.4 billion on counter-narcotics programs in Afghanistan since 2002 with little effect.

    "The bottom line -- record opium cultivation and production -- clearly shows we are not winning the war on drugs in Afghanistan," Sopko said.

    As in past years, the Taliban fighters won't be the only ones taking a break for the poppy harvest. Desertion rates in the Afghan army usually increase during the harvest as troops leave their posts and return home to help their families bring in the crop that is worth far more to them than any substitute.

    Shoffner said that the harvest was a factor in the high attrition rates for the 215th Corps but not the main one.

    "It is definitely not the driving factor in attrition. It's really failure of leadership to ensure that the soldiers are properly cared for, that they're properly led, although the poppy harvest will affect the entire country," Shoffner said.

    To cut down on corruption, the U.S. was trying to assist the Afghans in reforming the way troops are paid.

    "The method of payment had been a paymaster who would arrive at the unit with cash on hand. Obviously, that lends itself to corruption," Shoffner said. "So if you have leaders that are unscrupulous," he said, "that means the soldiers that need it are not getting it."

    To stop that, the U.S. has recommended a $1.70 Afghan Security Forces identity card. "It's an ID card that has got a scannable strip on the back that has got all of the soldier's biometric data," Shoffner said.
    "And then, for accountability, that ID card is scanned" to allow the soldier to get paid," he said. "The ID costs about a $1.70 each. It works very, very effectively. And that allows them to have this automated computer database that is auditable, that's searchable, and it makes it much, much, more efficient in accountability."

    Last month, the commander of the 215th Corps was relieved because of corruption and replaced by Gen. Mohammad Moeen Faqir. About 100 troops from the 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment of the 10th Mountain Division – part of a regular rotation to Afghanistan – have been sent into Helmand to help with the retraining of the 215th Corps and also to provide force protection for U.S. Special Forces teams in Helmand.

    The overhaul of the 215th Corps will take time, Shoffner said. Of the six "kandaks," or battalions of about 600 troops each, in the 215th, only two have completed retraining and the other four were not expected to be ready until mid-summer, he said.

    "The thing that makes it challenging for Afghan security forces in Helmand is they're doing this rebuild as they're fighting, as they're conducting security operations," Shoffner said.
    Because of its value to the Taliban as a poppy producer, and its location where the Taliban movement was born, Helmand province has been the scene of the worst fighting since U.S. ground forces entered Afghanistan in 2001.

    Since 2001, more than 955 U.S. and coalition troops have been killed in Helmand, according to the website icasualties.org. The next highest total was in neighboring Kandahar province, where more than 550 U.S. and coalition forces have been killed.

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    From 2011.

    Now, we now have an opioid crisis with thousands of deaths each year - the take away from this video - Heroin is a cheap substitution for Oxy. How many "opioid" deaths are actually heroin deaths but is more politically correct to call it opioids?
    Afghanistan heroin making its way into Arizona /by CIA/; killing many Americans

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    [COLOR=var(--yt-video-publish-date-color)]Published on Nov 5, 2011




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    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0)]PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. -- Afghanistan.DEA Special Agent Ramona Sanchez has spent more than two decades fighting drugs. She knows how much of Afghanistan's stash really gets into the United States."Less than 10 percent makes it to American cities," Sanchez explained. "Most of the Afghan heroin makes it to west and central Europe including Russia.""Opium production is one of the major funding sources for the Taliban,"

    Henry said.CIA drug trafficking Several sources indicate the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was involved in several drug trafficking operations. Often, they claimed, the CIA worked with groups which it knew were involved in drug trafficking, so that these groups would provide them with useful intelligence and material support, in exchange for allowing their criminal activities to continue[1], and impeding or preventing their arrest, indictment, and imprisonment by U.S. law enforcement agenciesIn order to provide covert funds for the Kuomintang (KMT) forces loyal to General Chiang Kai-Shek, who were fighting the Chinese communists under Mao Zedong, the CIA helped the KMT smuggle opium from China and Burma to Bangkok, Thailand, by providing airplanes owned by one of their front businesses, Air AmericaThe CIA supported various Afghan rebel commanders, such as Mujahideen leader Ahmad Shah Massoud, who were fighting against the government of Afghanistan and the forces of the Soviet Union which were its supporters.Historian Alfred W. McCoy stated that:"In most cases, the CIA's role involved various forms of complicity, tolerance or studied ignorance about the trade, not any direct culpability in the actual trafficking ... [t]he CIA did not handle heroin, but it did provide its drug-lord allies with transport, arms, and political protection. In sum, the CIA's role in the Southeast Asian heroin trade involved indirect complicity rather than direct culpabilitydont say anthing about this me sanding you

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