Sunday, September 12, 2010

UK MILITARY SHIPS AFGHAN HEROIN TO UK ON MILITARY PLANES?

Victor Sassoon, whose family, linked to the Rothschilds by marriage, were reportedly in the narcotics business. (Website for this image) What about British soldiers?

Reportedly, heroin is being flown from Afghanistan to the UK on military planes.

According to the Sunday Times , 12 September 2010, British soldiers have reportedly been using military aircraft to ship Afghan heroin to the UK's Brize Norton military base.

"Evidence from local drug smugglers has for some time suggested that British troops may be involved in the (drug) trade," reported the Sunday Times.

The Ministry of Defence has been "investigating the allegations" of a whistleblower.

The Sunday Times quotes an Afghan drugs dealer as saying: "most of the foreigners who do these deals are the military...

"They are carrying these drugs in the military airlines..."

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US military planes carrying Afghanistan's heroin

CHILD ABUSE LINKS TO LAW CHIEF, ISLINGTON, SUFFOLK...

3 comments:

A. Peasant said...

excellent.

more corruption here if you haven't seen this yet:

http://tinyurl.com/23lkbz3

Anonymous said...

The CIA have been transporting heroin in military aircraft, in body bags at least since the Vietnam war which was when I first found out about it.
Some student journalists who went out to cover the war, ended up covering the drugs being gathered and loaded onto military planes owned by the CIA. The film was called 'The Golden Triangle' and I went to a private showing in London. When we left the private house where it was shown, there were lots of strange people outside photographing everybody. It was quite spooky but no arrests (that I know of).
It was my first rude awakening to the fact that things are not the way they appear to be in the papers. R

Anonymous said...

Jest to add that the body bags of heroin were loaded inside the coffins of the dead soldiers. The private airline company of the CIA was called 'Air America' at that time. The film may have been called 'The Infernal Triangle' my memory is no longer perfect on that. R

 
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