Wednesday 21 April 2021


El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras have problems with drugs gangs.

'It is an outdated notion that people from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras are primarily looking for economic opportunity in the United States and, therefore, should wait in line for a visa. 

'For people fleeing these countries, waiting for a visa can result in death, rape, or forcible recruitment into crime.

'Citizens are murdered with impunity, kidnappings and extortion are daily occurrences.'

'One new name has emerged as a possible victim of a wrongful arrest by police officer Gerald Goines – George Floyd.

'Floyd, who died after a white officer held him under his knee in Minneapolis, grew up in Houston and was arrested by Goines in 2004 over a $10 (£8) drug transaction. 

'The 2004 arrest is now being re-examined by Kim Ogg, the district attorney in Houston’s Harris County, as part of the review of the former officer’s now-questionable cases.'

Probe into former police officer's drug cases

Is there a connection between crime and drugs gangs, gangs which are reportedly linked to the CIA and its friends?

Numbeo's Crime Index by City 2021.

Crime levels lower than 20 - very low. Crime levels higher than 80 - very high.

Caracas, Venezuela 84.65 

'Recent shootouts between Venezuelan security forces and the El Coqui gang included a clash in which at least two dozen people were gunned down, and experts warn of continued violence as the gang tries to advance on new territory.' El Coqui's Ambition Fuels Urban Warfare in Caracas

'Some drugs may have been manufactured by Project Coast, a top-secret chemical and biological weapons project overseen by Wouter “Dr Death” Basson.Basson decided to make money on the side by selling ecstasyBouncers, bullets and pills: the criminal underbelly of South ...


'Latin America's often decrepit democracies are easy prey. 

'The court system barely functions in most countries; the police are often corrupt and cooperate with drug dealers. 

'Many politicians can be easily bribed, and parliamentary positions are perceived as opportunities for self-enrichment.' 

'For decades the US federal government has engaged in a shifting series of alliances of convenience with some of the world’s largest drug cartels...'

History Channel Tells the Secret History of the War On Drugs'

'Air America, a CIA front, flew supplies for the guerrillas into Laos and then flew drugs out, all with the knowledge and protection of U.S. operatives.

'The same dynamic developed in the 1980s as the Reagan administration tried to overthrow the Sandinista government in Nicaragua. The planes that secretly brought arms to the contras turned around and brought cocaine back to America, again shielded from U.S. law enforcement by the CIA.

'Most recently, there’s our 16-year-long war in Afghanistan... We installed Hamid Karzai as president while his brother apparently was on the CIA payroll and, simultaneously, one of the country’s biggest opium dealers. Afghanistan now supplies about 90 percent of the world’s heroin.'


23 Sao Paulo, Brazil 70.44 
24 Kingston, Jamaica 70.39 
25 Lima, Peru 69.99 

Baby-faced dark web drug dealer Reece ...

26 Bradford, United Kingdom 69.91 

39 Campinas, Brazil 66.20 

41 Lagos, Nigeria 65.36 
42 Almaty, Kazakhstan 65.19 
43 Dhaka, Bangladesh 65.09 

47 Nice, France 64.78 

54 Puebla, Mexico 63.60 

56 Bogota, Colombia 63.46 
57 Baghdad, Iraq 63.38 

66 Catania, Italy 61.96 

377 Merida, Mexico 26.29 
378 Ottawa, Canada 26.20 7
379 Seoul, South Korea 26.15 
380 Oakville, Canada 25.82 
381 The Hague (Den Haag), Netherlands 25.67 
382 Brasov, Romania 25.67 
383 Graz, Austria 25.65 
384 Gent, Belgium 25.64 
385 Vienna, Austria 25.57 
386 Aalborg, Denmark 25.55 
387 Helsinki, Finland 25.52 
388 Valencia, Spain 25.51 
389 Mangalore, India 25.33 
390 Eindhoven, Netherlands 24.54 
391 Prague, Czech Republic 24.39 
392 Timisoara, Romania 24.20 
393 Tbilisi, Georgia 23.94 
394 Coquitlam, Canada 23.75 
395 Chiang Mai, Thailand 23.70 
396 Rijeka, Croatia 23.47 
397 Yerevan, Armenia 23.24 
398 Stavanger, Norway 23.21 
399 Amarillo, TX, United States 23.12 
400 Tokyo, Japan 23.11 
401 Markham, Canada 22.98 
402 Tallinn, Estonia 22.69 
403 Manama, Bahrain 22.42 
404 Hong Kong, Hong Kong 22.26 

405 Zagreb, Croatia 22.19 

407 Tampere, Finland 21.99 
408 Reykjavik, Iceland 21.99 
409 Tartu, Estonia 21.99 
410 Ljubljana, Slovenia 21.42 
411 Arhus, Denmark 21.35 7
412 Groningen, Netherlands 21.35 

414 Muscat, Oman 20.85 

416 Basel, Switzerland 20.42 

417 Eskisehir, Turkey 20.30 

418 Trieste, Italy 20.17 

419 Trondheim, Norway 19.95 

420 Maribor, Slovenia 19.43 

421 Yakutsk, Russia 18.99 

422 Bern, Switzerland 18.78 

423 Munich, Germany 17.40 8
Lockerbie was about the CIA's smuggling of heroin on PanAm flights, allegedly.

The CIA, Contras, Gangs, and Crack - Institute for Policy Studies

'In August 1996, the San Jose Mercury News initiated an extended series of articles linking the CIA’s “contra” army to the crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles. Based on a year-long investigation, reporter Gary Webb wrote that during the 1980s the CIA helped finance its covert war against Nicaragua’s leftist government through sales of cut-rate cocaine to South Central L.A. drug dealer, Ricky Ross. The series unleashed a storm of protest, spearheaded by black radio stations and the congressional Black Caucus, with demands for official inquiries. The Mercury News‘ Web page, with supporting documents and updates, received hundreds of thousands of “hits” a day.

The CIA, Contras, Gangs, and Crack - Institute for Policy Studies

'While much of the CIA-contra-drug story had been revealed years ago in the press and in congressional hearings, the Mercury News series added a crucial missing link: It followed the cocaine trail to Ross and black L.A. gangs who became street-level distributors of crack, a cheap and powerful form of cocaine. The CIA’s drug network, wrote Webb, “opened the first pipeline between Colombia’s cocaine cartels and the black neighborhoods of Los Angeles, a city now known as the ‘crack’ capital of the world.” Black gangs used their profits to buy automatic weapons, sometimes from one of the CIA-linked drug dealers.

The Mercury News evidence of CIA complicity. 

For example:

'CIA-supplied contra planes and pilots carried cocaine from Central America to U.S. airports and military bases. In 1985, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent Celerino Castillo reported to his superiors that cocaine was being stored at the CIA’s contra-supply warehouse at Ilopango Air Force Base in El Salvador for shipment to the U.S. The DEA did nothing, and Castillo was gradually forced out of the agency.

'When Danilo Blandón was finally arrested in 1986, he admitted to drug crimes that would have sent others away for life. The Justice Department, however, freed Blandón after only 28 months behind bars and then hired him as a full-time DEA informant, paying him more than $166,000. When Blandón testified in a 1996 trial against Ricky Ross, the Justice Department blocked any inquiry about Blandón’s connection to the CIA.

'Although Norwin Meneses is listed in DEA computers as a major international drug smuggler implicated in 45 separate federal investigations since 1974, he lived conspicuously in California until 1989 and was never arrested in the U.S.

'Senate investigators and agents from four organizations all complained that their contra-drug investigations “were hampered,” Webb wrote, “by the CIA or unnamed ‘national security’ interests.” In the 1984 “Frogman Case,” for instance, the U.S. Attorney in San Francisco returned $36,800 seized from a Nicaraguan drug dealer after two contra leaders sent letters to the court arguing that the cash was intended for the contras. 

Federal prosecutors ordered the letter and other case evidence sealed for “national security” reasons. When Senate investigators later asked the Justice Department to explain this unusual turn of events, they ran into a wall of secrecy.

History of CIA Involvement in Drug Trafficking

'“In my 30­year history in the Drug Enforcement Administration and related agencies, the major targets of my investigations almost invariably turned out to be working for the CIA.” — Dennis Dayle, former chief of an elite DEA enforcement unit.

'The foregoing discussion should not be regarded as any kind of historical aberration inasmuch as the CIA has had a long and virtually continuous involvement with drug trafficking since the end of World War II.

1947 to 1951, France

'CIA arms, money, and disinformation enabled Corsican criminal syndicates in Marseille to wrest control of labor unions from the Communist Party. The Corsicans gained political influence and control over the docks–ideal conditions for cementing a long-term partnership with mafia drug distributors, which turned Marseille into the postwar heroin capital of the Western world. Marseille’s first heroin laboratories were opened in 1951, only months after the Corsicans took over the waterfront.

Early 1950s, Southeast Asia

'The Nationalist Chinese army, organized by the CIA to wage war against Communist China, became the opium baron of The Golden Triangle (parts of Burma, Thailand, and Laos), the world’s largest source of opium and heroin. Air America, the CIA’s principal proprietary airline, flew the drugs all over Southeast Asia.

1950s to early 1970s, Indochina

'During U.S. military involvement in Laos and other parts of Indochina, Air America flew opium and heroin throughout the area. Many GI’s in Vietnam became addicts. A laboratory built at CIA headquarters in northern Laos was used to refine heroin. After a decade of American military intervention, Southeast Asia had become the source of 70 percent of the world’s illicit opium and the major supplier of raw materials for America’s booming heroin market.

1973 to 1980, Australia

'The Nugan Hand Bank of Sydney was a CIA bank in all but name. Among its officers were a network of U.S. generals, admirals, and CIA men–including former CIA Director William Colby, who was also one of its lawyers. With branches in Saudi Arabia, Europe, Southeast Asia, South America, and the U.S., Nugan Hand Bank financed drug trafficking, money laundering, and international arms dealing. In 1980, amidst several mysterious deaths, the bank collapsed, $50 million in debt.

1970s and 1980s, Panama

'For more than a decade, Panamanian strongman Manuel Noriega was a highly paid CIA asset and collaborator, despite knowledge by U.S. drug authorities as early as 1971 that the general was heavily involved in drug trafficking and money laundering. Noriega facilitated “guns-for-drugs” flights for the contras, providing protection and pilots, safe havens for drug cartel officials, and discreet banking facilities. U.S. officials, including then-CIA Director William Webster and several DEA officers, sent Noriega letters of praise for efforts to thwart drug trafficking (albeit only against competitors of his Medellín cartel patrons). The U.S. government only turned against Noriega, invading Panama in December 1989 and kidnapping the general, once they discovered he was providing intelligence and services to the Cubans and Sandinistas. Ironically, drug trafficking through Panama increased after the U.S. invasion.

1980s, Central America

'The San Jose Mercury News series documents just one thread of the interwoven operations linking the CIA, the contras, and the cocaine cartels. Obsessed with overthrowing the leftist Sandinista government in Nicaragua, Reagan administration officials tolerated drug trafficking as long as the traffickers gave support to the contras. In 1989, the Senate Subcommittee on Terrorism, Narcotics, and International Operations (the Kerry committee) concluded a three-year investigation by stating: “There was substantial evidence of drug smuggling through the war zones on the part of individual contras, contra suppliers, contra pilots, mercenaries who worked with the contras, and contra supporters throughout the region. . . . U.S. officials involved in Central America failed to address the drug issue for fear of jeopardizing the war efforts against Nicaragua. . . . In each case, one or another agency of the U.S. government had information regarding the involvement either while it was occurring, or immediately thereafter. . . . Senior U.S. policy makers were not immune to the idea that drug money was a perfect solution to the contras’ funding problems.”

'In Costa Rica, which served as the “Southern Front” for the contras (Honduras being the Northern Front), there were several CIA-contra networks involved in drug trafficking. In addition to those servicing the Meneses-Blandon operation (detailed by the Mercury News) and Noriega’s operation, there was CIA operative John Hull, whose farms along Costa Rica’s border with Nicaragua were the main staging area for the contras. Hull and other CIA-connected contra supporters and pilots teamed up with George Morales, a major Miami-based Colombian drug trafficker who later admitted to giving $3 million in cash and several planes to contra leaders. In 1989, after the Costa Rica government indicted Hull for drug trafficking, a DEA-hired plane clandestinely and illegally flew the CIA operative to Miami, via Haiti. The U.S. repeatedly thwarted Costa Rican efforts to extradite Hull to Costa Rica to stand trial.

Another Costa Rican-based drug ring involved a group of Cuban Americans whom the CIA had hired as military trainers for the contras. Many had long been involved with the CIA and drug trafficking. They used contra planes and a Costa Rican-based shrimp company, which laundered money for the CIA, to channel cocaine to the U.S.

'Costa Rica was not the only route. Guatemala, whose military intelligence service–closely associated with the CIA–harbored many drug traffickers, according to the DEA, was another way station along the cocaine highway. Additionally, the Medellín cartel’s Miami accountant, Ramon Milian Rodriguez, testified that he funneled nearly $10 million to Nicaraguan contras through long-time CIA operative Felix Rodriguez, who was based at Ilopango Air Force Base in El Salvador.>

'The contras provided both protection and infrastructure (planes, pilots, airstrips, warehouses, front companies, and banks) to these CIA-linked drug networks. At least four transport companies under investigation for drug trafficking received U.S. government contracts to carry nonlethal supplies to the contras. Southern Air Transport, “formerly” CIA-owned and later under Pentagon contract, was involved in the drug running as well. Cocaine-laden planes flew to Florida, Texas, Louisiana, and other locations, including several military bases. Designated as “Contra Craft,” these shipments were not to be inspected. When some authority wasn’t apprised and made an arrest, powerful strings were pulled to result in dropping the case, acquittal, reduced sentence, or deportation.

Mid-1980s to early 1990s, Haiti

'While working to keep key Haitian military and political leaders in power, the CIA turned a blind eye to their clients’ drug trafficking. In 1986, the Agency added some more names to its payroll by creating a new Haitian organization, the National Intelligence Service (SIN). SIN’s mandate included countering the cocaine trade, though SIN officers themselves engaged in trafficking, a trade aided and abetted by some Haitian military and political leaders.

1980s to early 1990s, Afghanistan

'CIA-supported Moujahedeen rebels engaged heavily in drug trafficking while fighting the Soviet-supported government, which had plans to reform Afghan society. The Agency’s principal client was Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, one of the leading drug lords and the biggest heroin refiner, who was also the largest recipient of CIA military support. CIA-supplied trucks and mules that had carried arms into Afghanistan were used to transport opium to laboratories along the Afghan-Pakistan border. The output provided up to one-half of the heroin used annually in the United States and three-quarters of that used in Western Europe. U.S. officials admitted in 1990 that they had failed to investigate or take action against the drug operation because of a desire not to offend their Pakistani and Afghan allies. In 1993, an official of the DEA dubbed Afghanistan the new Colombia of the drug world.'


At 21 April 2021 at 02:59 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quite all true above - the destruction of so many societies by the drug trade, and associated rampant crime

A particular issue for the Americas, the most crime-ridden region of the world ... even though other parts of the world are even poorer

Societal destruction of course also now pursued via covid lockdowns

Regarding Officer Chauvin & Floyd, it is helpful to note that -

Kneeling on a suspect, is recommended in many police training manuals and courses, including in Minneapolis where Officer Chauvin was working

Here you see photos of law enforcement using this technique in Europe and in Israel

George Floyd had ingested more than enough drugs to kill himself ... and Officer Chauvin followed police policy in dealing with him

Compared with Chauvin, there were no criminal charges against the black US Capitol police officer who coldly and needlessly shot to death white woman Ashli Babbitt on 6 January

It is now all a question of 'Who? Whom?' - the famous phrase used by all three of Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin

A white female USA judge in Colorado USA, Natalie Chase, was just expelled from her job because she said 'All Lives Matter' ... a statement now 'racist' because it includes white lives

US courts and law were for decades very unfair against blacks and Latinos ... now that machine is turned against whites ... many leading Jews, such as Noel Ignatiev, have for decades talked of the need to 'destroy whiteness' and white cultures, and the USA is now the prime venue for this

Targeting of the white cultures is because so many whites are effective rebels, if they have some peace and security in life ... so the peace and security of whites must be destroyed, mostly-white societies must cease to exist

Every white police officer in the USA is now on notice ... following policy and the law will not save you from decades in prison

This may end in civil war ... white law enforcement and military may decide to end service to the oligarchy ... it is also under-estimated how much Latinos in the USA are themselves in struggle against the oligarch-promoted black ascendancy, over one-third of Latinos voting right-wing already

At 21 April 2021 at 03:19 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, yes, the George Floyd circus/hoax....

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Mysterious Fort Bragg and its dying young ppl

At 21 April 2021 at 11:55 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Breuer this week signed off on a settlement deal with the British banking giant HSBC that is the ultimate insult to every ordinary person who’s ever had his life altered by a narcotics charge. Despite the fact that HSBC admitted to laundering billions of dollars for Colombian and Mexican drug cartels (among others) and violating a host of important banking laws (from the Bank Secrecy Act to the Trading With the Enemy Act), Breuer and his Justice Department elected not to pursue criminal prosecutions of the bank, opting instead for a “record” financial settlement of $1.9 billion, which as one analyst noted is about five weeks of income for the bank.
20 volumes and some 10,000 pages, established how HSBC Mexico’s top management committed serious mistakes, such as:

Deliberately failing to report suspicious transactions.
Permitting the exponential growth of bulk dollar shipments on armored trucks bound for the US.
Deliberately delaying the issuance of client reports with unusual and suspicious transactions.
Maintaining business relationships, until the last possible moment, with people, businesses and currency exchange houses used by drug traffickers to acquire aircraft.


The discovery made by Mexican authorities aligned with the findings revealed in December 2012, by a squad of prosecutors and US special agents. The US Justice Department reported that HSBC had accepted full responsibility for committing crimes that seriously affected the workings of the US financial system and that the bank would face the largest fine ever for a financial institution within the country.

At 21 April 2021 at 12:33 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Talking up the forthcoming war.
Who should we blame ? Who is our enemy ?

Is it Peter Dickinson, Editor of UkraineAlert, Chief Editor at Business Ukraine Magazine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Ukraine

Putin’s Ukraine War: Can the West prevent a new Russian offensive?

UkraineAlert by Peter Dickinson

Worldwide Chaos Just A Step Away In Eastern Ukraine video

At 21 April 2021 at 12:53 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

‘US-backed coup plot’ involving assassination of Belarusian president, other officials foiled by Minsk & Moscow
18 Apr, 2021 09:29 / Updated 3 days ago
The plan discussed at the meeting, as described by the FSB, involved killing “almost the entire leadership” of Belarus, a military coup, and a power blackout of the entire country. “It was suggested that the active phase would be launched by some armed groups (‘partisans’), who are currently stationed at ‘secret bases’,” the FSB reported. The action was reportedly scheduled for May 9, when Belarus holds a military parade dedicated to the victory over Nazi Germany in 1945.

Hidden camera footage of what appeared to be the meeting in Moscow was aired by the ONT in its expose. In it, Zenkovich and Feduta detailed their suggestions on how to conduct a successful armed coup. They said Lukashenko needs to be “disposed of” and at least 30 in Minsk – presumably top officials – need to be “interned literally within the first hour.”

Lukashenko himself spoke to the media to explain how his various opponents were plotting against him and his two sons. The group that includes Zenkovich and Feduta was “definitely the work of foreign intelligence,” he claimed, “most likely the CIA or the FBI.”

At 21 April 2021 at 13:01 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is that OK?

At 21 April 2021 at 22:47 , Blogger Anon said...

sovereigntea commented

It seems that Nancy just couldn't say no, fancy that. EXCLUSIVE: Nancy Reagan - who famously told America to Just Say No to drugs - took so many 'uppers and downers' that White House doctors had to tell the president his wife had a pill problem,' new book reveals New biography, The Triumph of Nancy Reagan, by Washington Post journalist Karen Tumulty, lifts the lid on the late first lady's secret pill addiction Some Americans rejected urine tests in the workplace promoted by Nancy and cronies.

At 27 April 2021 at 13:39 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

None of this is anything new.

The Sassoons, Jardine, Matheson and friends were poisoning the Chinese with Indian opium even two centuries ago. Along with local pushers like Howqua.

And today it's still business as usual. The names change. The sources change: later the Golden Triangle, Central America, now Helmand province in Afghanistan.

Opium production there skyrocketed after the Americans invaded, lovingly protected by the Cocaine Importers of America. You know "the Company", the little helpers of the narco-plutocrats. Oh, and, it seems, helped by a local guy called Karzai among others.

And the Opioid Crisis? Coincidental? You tell me. Legal or illegal, gotta move that product. Get 'em hooked, get their dough, make out like bandits.

So who's making all the money out of this? Afghan farmers? Afghan middlemen? Or obscenely wealthy and "respectable" narco-billionaires in the West?

Well, maybe you should read the book of Révélation$ to get an idea. The scum needed their own clearing bank to launder the oceans of money they earned. The scale of a medium-sized European economy. Clearstream kept dual books for this purpose.

And who, unwittingly, was there fighting to protect the drug trade of these captains of industry? As usual, being used and abused to inflict human misery. The American soldier.

Back in the day, the Qing government lost Hong Kong defending against these plutocratic scum. But today, is there nobody to act as defendor?

Hate the pushers, kid. They're the bad guys.
  Who are the pushers?
The scum whose freedom I fought for. Captains of industry.


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