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Viewed through Proving: The Perfidious Poppy

By Vera Resnick

You may already be familiar with my penchant for tables.  There’s a quote below which in usual unwieldy translation of originally unwieldy German is difficult to read.  1.023 kata lagi

Homeopathy

Jews and the Opium Wars

http://www.dailystormer.com/jews-and-the-opium-wars/

Of course Jews were responsible for the Opium Wars with China.

Drugs are a horrible and dehumanizing thing, and like all filthy things, it takes only a quick look to find a Jew behind it. 701 kata lagi

The Jewish Problem

Proof: Afghan opium harvesting protected by British occupation forces

Proof: Afghan opium harvesting protected by British occupation forces – Intellihub.

http://www.intellihub.com

By Anthony Heaford | Global Research

August 24, 2015GlobalResearch.ca

In this 7.5° view of Afghanistan, captured from an Airfield guard tower, we can see several less auspicious elements of the ISAF invasion and occupation: 504 kata lagi

Activism

sojourner reblogged this on An Outsider's Sojourn II and commented:

Ever wonder why heroin addiction has been increasing in the U.S. and throughout the rest of the West?

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The Knick


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Opium

“Opium’s fucked, dude. You shouldn’t try that stuff.”

“What?”

“One of my friends from high school did opium.”

“What happened?”

“He died, man.”

“From the opium?” 11 kata lagi

Prose

Travels: Into Laos

Get a grip

After thirty days of traveling I had begun to feel a little strange (and no it wasn’t the food). As I headed to the border with Laos leaving behind everyone I had met so far, everything I had seen and done and the currency and food I had become acquainted with it felt almost as though it was time to go home. 1.254 kata lagi

Afghan Opium Harvesting Protected by British Occupation Forces

‘The photograph shows five men harvesting opium a couple of hundred metres from Camp Bastion perimeter defences, seen in the foreground.

Not only was this illegal drug production being carried out in the shadow of ISAF’s Main Operating Base, it was being done under the protection of British soldiers. 124 kata lagi

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