How Opium Greed Is Keeping US Troops in Afghanistan | Brainwash Update (Video)

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YouTube Added: Nov 13, 2013

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Abby Martin takes a look at a shocking statistic that puts opium production in Afghanistan at a record high, and puts into perspective the different corporate interests that could be keeping US forces in Afghanistan well beyond 2014.

Related info:

Afghanistan: $37 Million Aviation Facility May Have Been Used To Store OPIUM (Reuters)

Big Oil’s Central Asian Mafia (Veterans Today)

U.S. Kicks Drug-War Habit, Makes ‘Peace’ With Afghan Poppies (Wired)

Veterans Today’s Gordon Duff: Obama’s Drone Strikes On Pakistan Not Targeting Terrorists, But Securing $80 Billion US Opium Empire

Afghanistan: Opium Cultivation Rose Substantially In 2012 (New York Times)

Afghan Opium Poppy Farming Increases 20%, Fuelled By High Opium Prices (Guardian)

CIA Created Afghan Heroin Trade (Veterans Today)

Afghanistan: Is Creating A ‘Narco-State’ Considered ‘Nation-Building?’ (Veterans Today)

Brought To You By Poppy Bush, Obama Bin Bush And Al-CIAda: Photos Of U.S. And Afghan Troops Patrolling Poppy Fields June 2012 (Public Intelligence)

Breaking News: Afghanistan – America’s ‘Total Lie War’ (Veterans Today)

Afghanistan: Heroin Production Rose Between 2001 And 2011 From Just 185 Tons To A Staggering 5,800 Tons/Year (Daily Mail)

Afghan Opium Production Increases By 61 Percent, Opium Yield Rises 133 Percent From 2010 (AFP)

War On Drugs Revealed As Total Hoax: US Military Admits To Guarding, Assisting Lucrative Opium Trade In Afghanistan (Natural News)

Afghan Opium Production ‘Rises By 61%’ Compared With 2010 – Per-Hectare Price Of Opium More Than Doubled (BBC News)

1 thought on “How Opium Greed Is Keeping US Troops in Afghanistan | Brainwash Update (Video)”

  1. Don’t forget the minerals. In 2010, China stopped selling rare earth minerals to the US and other nations. Afghanistan has these minerals, and the US, along with the rest of the west, wants them.
    The minerals are more valuable than the drugs.
    Don’t lose sight of that.
    Why are the French fighting so hard in a little landlocked country in Africa? The minerals.
    Without rare earth minerals, the entire world will find it much harder to build lots of things from weapons to smartphones.

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