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Photos of U.S. and Afghan Troops Patrolling Poppy Fields June 2012

 
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War on Drugs??? - Yeah, OK...
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Wow. Opium trade should be safe for a while. I can't believe my tax dollars are protecting that shit.
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Got to keep the Opium Triangle alive. They lace their pop~sickles with it and also put some in the gas tank. Most of our boyz know not to do it more than three days in a row. The withdraw is very very bad.
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This is what the troops are doing this is freaking ridiculous.
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They should patrol my backyard in the summer, I have 1000s.
Tried to make tea once, nothing happened.
These are the illegal ones too.
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Photos of U.S. and Afghan Troops Patrolling Poppy Fields June 2012

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War on Drugs??? - Yeah, OK...
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taliban is angry becoz us has cornered its drug business
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Rambo 4 was a great continuation of the series.

Will any of these soldiers even approach one testicles worth of courage to speak out? they shame us as a nation as they "just follow orders" like some fucking robot idiots.

Beyond fucked up. Any of their daughters back home gettin a heroin needle pressed into her arm? If they had any balls theyd be glad to sacrifice her, she's doing her duty by becoming a junkie, right? Goodbye daughter dear, I put a needle into your arm and killed my own future. Something like that?
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Wow. Opium trade should be safe for a while. I can't believe my tax dollars are protecting that shit.
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agree.


in my neck of the woods, the amount of arrests for heroin use, sales and abuse have increased many fold over the last decade.

the last few years it has really picked up speed.

The system is using our tax dollars to bring in the drugs then prosecuting the people that are using it.



we are truly being destroyed by those sworn to protect us.


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Wow. Opium trade should be safe for a while. I can't believe my tax dollars are protecting that shit.
 Quoting: MudMan


agree.


in my neck of the woods, the amount of arrests for heroin use, sales and abuse have increased many fold over the last decade.

the last few years it has really picked up speed.

The system is using our tax dollars to bring in the drugs then prosecuting the people that are using it.



we are truly being destroyed by those sworn to protect us.


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SPOT ON DUDE!!!!

Hince the War on Drugs endless.
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Alot of great art goes down the drain....


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Rambo 4 was a great continuation of the series.

Will any of these soldiers even approach one testicles worth of courage to speak out? they shame us as a nation as they "just follow orders" like some fucking robot idiots.

Beyond fucked up. Any of their daughters back home gettin a heroin needle pressed into her arm? If they had any balls theyd be glad to sacrifice her, she's doing her duty by becoming a junkie, right? Goodbye daughter dear, I put a needle into your arm and killed my own future. Something like that?
 Quoting: needle as weapon 25676746


they are all cowards, but thats what life is for , to learn ... they learn by bringing low vibration upon the world , it will come back to them it always has
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Why do we not hear the left-wing media SCREAMING
bloody murder about the hypocrisy?
Why do we not hear the right-wing media SCREAMING
bloody murder about the hypocrisy?

The West is as morally bankrupt as it is
financially bankrupt.
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pin this.


i had never seen these till today, but I have known of this for a long time.
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You mean to say that the military industrial complex is into pushing drugs now?
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Wow- you mean it's really not about "Freedom and Democracy"?

LOL- Suckers
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You mean to say that the military industrial complex is into pushing drugs now?
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hardcore since Nov 1963, yeah.
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If I wanted to catch a talibaniscum, that's where I'd hunt.

Meanwhile, back in Helmand..local farmers are concerned that they will not find a market for their new crop but elders agree that cotton is the best alternative.
[link to www.wadsam.com]

And 24 tons of drugs burn. Video
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More Photos of US/NATO Troops Patrolling Opium Poppy Fields in Afghanistan

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War on Drugs??? - Yeah, OK...
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I think the correct terminology is that they are liberating the poppy fields and all the $$$ they bring from the evildoers
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They should patrol my backyard in the summer, I have 1000s.
Tried to make tea once, nothing happened.
These are the illegal ones too.
 Quoting: stella stevens


agent your coordinates are duly noted.
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The drug trade interdiction failures are not the fault of the farmer.

We don't like:

the crops they grow
the way they treat their women
that they have a culture of fucking little boys
their 'death to America' attitude


So, why not just kill them all, take all their shit, and build a bunch of starbucks?

Because that would be wrong. Why not invade Columbia, Bolivia and other cocaine producing countries? Because that would be wrong too. People can do their stuff in their country, that's how everybody wants it.

How would you feel about the UN coming to Mississippi and conducting the elections? Not happy, I bet.

If that was corn, the troops would be 'guarding' corn. If it was grapes, they would be guarding grapes. But it's poppies, and that's bad because our culture cannot control itself so it must control others. Please, try to grow up.

Those farmers are no selling their product on the corners of the streets in your city. Your neighbors are.
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The drug trade interdiction failures are not the fault of the farmer.

We don't like:

the crops they grow
the way they treat their women
that they have a culture of fucking little boys
their 'death to America' attitude


So, why not just kill them all, take all their shit, and build a bunch of starbucks?

Because that would be wrong. Why not invade Columbia, Bolivia and other cocaine producing countries? Because that would be wrong too. People can do their stuff in their country, that's how everybody wants it.

How would you feel about the UN coming to Mississippi and conducting the elections? Not happy, I bet.

If that was corn, the troops would be 'guarding' corn. If it was grapes, they would be guarding grapes. But it's poppies, and that's bad because our culture cannot control itself so it must control others. Please, try to grow up.

Those farmers are no selling their product on the corners of the streets in your city. Your neighbors are.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25232132


this guy said it
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Wow. Opium trade should be safe for a while. I can't believe my tax dollars are protecting that shit.
 Quoting: MudMan


agree.


in my neck of the woods, the amount of arrests for heroin use, sales and abuse have increased many fold over the last decade.

the last few years it has really picked up speed.

The system is using our tax dollars to bring in the drugs then prosecuting the people that are using it.



we are truly being destroyed by those sworn to protect us.


bump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5859380


SPOT ON DUDE!!!!

Hince the War on Drugs endless.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25755695


bump
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War on Drugs??? - Yeah, OK...
 Quoting: DC68


taliban is angry becoz us has cornered its drug business
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they all but wiped it out.
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Bet you all would love to see proof that corrupt U.S. agencies, agents and Afghan officials along with U.S. military personnel are all involved in the export and distribution of Afghanistan's #1 product?

That kind of shit can get people killed.

The USA has facilitated criminals, and terrorists...

It's all about the $$$$ in the end...

They made the monster, and have fed it well...
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The drug trade interdiction failures are not the fault of the farmer.

We don't like:

the crops they grow
the way they treat their women
that they have a culture of fucking little boys
their 'death to America' attitude


So, why not just kill them all, take all their shit, and build a bunch of starbucks?

Because that would be wrong. Why not invade Columbia, Bolivia and other cocaine producing countries? Because that would be wrong too. People can do their stuff in their country, that's how everybody wants it.

How would you feel about the UN coming to Mississippi and conducting the elections? Not happy, I bet.

If that was corn, the troops would be 'guarding' corn. If it was grapes, they would be guarding grapes. But it's poppies, and that's bad because our culture cannot control itself so it must control others. Please, try to grow up.

Those farmers are no selling their product on the corners of the streets in your city. Your neighbors are.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25232132


and it's being protected all the way to the corners of our streets by OUR troops, and then, once the stuff has been bought in bulk, and the money is safely in the coffers, the dealers and addicts are arrested and jailed, in the full knowledge there are hordes behind them, waiting to take their place

nice!

win win for the admin
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Wow. Opium trade should be safe for a while. I can't believe my tax dollars are protecting that shit.
 Quoting: MudMan


Cheney Bush and friends are making fortunes
off that stuff.
You love them right?
They pay taxes right? do they?
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There is also legal medical uses from the poppy product. It is the illegal usages that are the problem.

The main problem is idiots wanting to stuff it up their noses.
They have a mental problem.
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The drug trade interdiction failures are not the fault of the farmer.

We don't like:

the crops they grow
the way they treat their women
that they have a culture of fucking little boys
their 'death to America' attitude


So, why not just kill them all, take all their shit, and build a bunch of starbucks?

Because that would be wrong. Why not invade Columbia, Bolivia and other cocaine producing countries? Because that would be wrong too. People can do their stuff in their country, that's how everybody wants it.

How would you feel about the UN coming to Mississippi and conducting the elections? Not happy, I bet.

If that was corn, the troops would be 'guarding' corn. If it was grapes, they would be guarding grapes. But it's poppies, and that's bad because our culture cannot control itself so it must control others. Please, try to grow up.

Those farmers are no selling their product on the corners of the streets in your city. Your neighbors are.
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