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  Article image Figures who protect the cartel

kingpins of the U.S. branch of the drug cartel, led by Henry Kissinger and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith - launched a years-long effort to silence the authors

China produces most of the world's opium and heroin. The world's largest opium-growing area is the Golden Triangle, where by far the largest acreage is found in China's Yunnan Province why am i posting this for good reasons this is why countires are being butcher Drug Lords At War over Drugs and Oil and leadership of the world order "permanent control via a New World takes place in the real world before our very eyes" Iraq also has Cartel inside slaughtering them to a Bloodly mess all countries need to rip there leaders and the body with them out of there powers before its to late!

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"Thirteen years ago, the first edition of Dope, Inc. was released, Commissioned by anti-drug American Senator Lyndon LaRouche. It was the first book to reveal that the illegal drug Cartel was becoming the world's biggest business. "DOPE, INC.", has waged war against every nation in the world to expose the operation; and to reveal the names of the "untouchable" figures who protect the cartel, whom Hollywood media have sold to the public as veritable deities. This book, which has since come out in several foreign-language versions, and a second edition, remains unique.

Its effectiveness is attested to, above all, by the fact that the kingpins of the U.S. branch of the drug cartel, led by Henry Kissinger and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith - launched a years-long effort to silence the authors, starting with LaRouche, who was railroaded to federal prison in late 1988 on trumped-up "conspiracy" charges, and is now fighting in the courts to overturn that travesty of justice.

LaRouche was jailed within days of George Bush's inauguration as President in January 1989; and Bush kept him there, for reasons that include a fear by Bush and his backers of the information contained in this book.

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, ran the risk of Federal criminal prosecution, as the result of his persistent interference into the conduct of the U.S. Department of Justice, the FBI, and the White House, to STOKE-UP the government campaign to SILENCE " LaRouche." And so it continues...

This book, "DOPE, INC.", quotes banking and trade statistics which prove the narcotics business is doubling every five years. Figures from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) demonstrate the 1987 U.S. marijuana harvest (US$33,095 million) exceeds all agricultural commodities but Cattle and calves (US$33,829 million).

Marijuana is now America's major crop. China produces most of the world's opium and heroin. The world's largest opium-growing area is the Golden Triangle, where by far the largest acreage is found in China's Yunnan Province. Many hundreds of millions of dollars of gold go directly to the Golden Triangle; hundreds of millions more, absorb and hide the profits of drug traffickers ? across the Far East.

Former U.S. Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Commissioner, Harry Anslinger, accused China of producing most of the world's opium and heroin. As early as 1960 the U.S. officially listed Hong Kong as the first of the "principal sources" of heroin seized in the United States; and the Federal Bureau of Narcotics showed its concern by opening a branch office in Hong Kong in 1963. (Dope, Inc., ch 7 and notes).

1950's claims by Anslinger and the U.S. government about Communist China's "twenty-year plan", to finance political activities, and spread addiction' in the United States, have been proven.

The former Editor of "AL AHRAM," (Mohammed Heikel), reported the following conversation between visiting Chinese Prime Minister Chou En-lai and Egyptian President Nasser on June 23, 1965: "Some of them are trying opium, and we are helping them. We're planting the best kinds of poppies, especially for the American soldiers in Vietnam. Do you remember when the West imposed opium on us?" Nasser appeared to be quite disturbed, but Chou continued: "They fought us with opium. And we're going to fight them with their own weapons ... we want them to maintain a large army in Vietnam that will serve us as a hostage, and we wish to demoralize the troops. The effect of this demoralization on the United States will be far greater than anyone can imagine." Nasser thought that Chou might be exaggerating, but Chou's concept was clear. He left no doubt, that this, was his course of action. (The Cairo Documents by Mohammed Hassanein Heikel, Garden City, NY., Doubleday , 1973. pp 306-307).

In 1975, N.Y. City police arrested the managers of a small branch of Chemical Bank in the borough of the Bronx, who'd been accepting the cash flow of the Paul Lucas heroin mob. Lucas was a small-time operator who drew limited supplies from returning Vietnam veterans, Retailing a few million dollars a year in heavily cut heroin and laundering the dirty money through the corrupted branch. When police moved in, they found the bank's entire vault piled ceiling to floor with small bills. The branch was at the limit of its physical capability to handle cash.

What makes these facts so extraordinary, is that the $3 million a year passing through that single branch, clogging vaults, represented barely one-fifth of 1% of N.Y.City's annual drug money flow of $15 billion. (This figure is the 1977 estimate of N.Y. Drug Enforcement Administration officials. It's skyrocketed in recent years.) If all the dope traffic in the city went through similar channels, 500 bank branches would be required to handle the volume of cash!

Again, during 1980, Treasury investigators announced a "crackdown" on a group of small Miami banks, which, they said, accepted a large volume of funds over the counter from narcotics traffickers. Eighteen banks were named in hearings before the Senate Banking Committee on June 6, 1980, where Treasury officials bragged of the success of their enforcement operations. But the banks involved had allegedly accepted sums in the magnitude of $1 to $2 million each. Compared to the size of Florida's dope traffic, estimated by the Senate Permanent Investigations Subcommittee to exceed $13 billion, the scale of operations the Treasury says it uncovered is extremely modest. If we assume that this is the dope trade's modus operandi, we are forced to imagine that thousands of banks are involved in this.

Prior to the Senate hearings, the national press was filled with stories about drug money laundering in Florida, citing treasury sources. These articles spoke of teenagers in jeans and T-shirts walking calmly into banks with suitcases full of cash for deposit, and even phoning in advance, at the bank's request, to be sure that sufficient tellers were on hand to count it all.

Lurid as this information is, on closer inspection, it fails to tell us much, about how $200 billion, (the minimum, retail dope dealers take each year off American streets and school corridors), could be hidden from the eyes of the tax and drug enforcement authorities. On the contrary, if it were all so simple, the dope trade would stand out like a sore thumb. Under federal legislation, every bank must file a report with the Internal Revenue Service on every cash deposit in excess of $10,000. Even if the dope traders funneled smaller amounts than $10,000 into their accounts, the sudden buildup of cash in a bank account would immediately arouse the suspicion of bank officials, according to investigator, Robert Potter, IRS Assistant Director for criminal investigation.

Large commercial banks with computerized internal operations employ supersophisticated methods to monitor what happens to their internal cash flow, mainly to prevent embezzlement." (p. 167-168).

"DOPE, INC." is very informative and supported by over 100 pages of Bibliography, references and appendices. Last October President Clinton signed Presidential Decision Directive PDD42, specifically targeting 50 international money laundering centres, mentioned in this book. (EIR Economics 15/12/95; The Strategy Feb, 1996, p 6-7).
The first few chapters of Dope, Inc. serve to update the 1986 edition to 1992, and are also useful in further fleshing out the subject matter of McCoy's and Piper's books. McCoy discusses the cocaine traffick­ing attendant to the Nicaraguan Contra affair, but the EIR is less bashful about naming names: "Colonel Oliver North was the day-to-day operations officer for the Contra resupply program. But it was Vice President George Bush, the former CIA director, who was formally in charge of the entire Reagan admini­stration Central America covert operations program." Reagan created and placed Bush in charge of the secret "Crisis Pre-Planning Group" with North as its secre­tary. In that capacity, North "ran the Central America spook show - under George Bush." The EIR quotes memos from North's personal notebooks which indicate that North was fully aware of the cocaine traffic to the United States which was generating funds from American addicts to pay for Contra arms.

According to the EIR, North and other admini­stration officials were also involved in the arms-for-hostages swap with the Lebanese terrorists who were holding American hostages. Negotiations were con­ducted with a Syrian drug and arms smuggler named Mansur Al-Kassar, who was a supplier of arms to the PLO, a black market partner of Syria's Vice President Rifaat al-Assad, and a known business associate of Medellin Cartel Boss Pablo Escobar Gaviria. North did not manage to get any hostages freed, though Al-Kassar's drug-running activities were protected, and though he received, in one transaction that was uncov­ered, $1.5 million from North for Soviet-bloc arms which went to the Contras. Al-Kassar's drug-runners were suspected of being involved in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, on December 21, 1988, as was publicly suggested by U.S. Rep. James Traficant among others. Syria's role in the flourishing Middle-Eastern heroin and hashish trade into Europe, along with Al-Kassar's possible role in the Flight 103 bombing, have both been deliberately covered up, says the EIR, by British and American intelligence agencies.

Columbian and Middle Eastern dope trafficking seems to the EIR to have a recurring common denomi­nator of Israeli involvement. In April 1989, the EIR says, "a DEA and U.S. Customs Service report was covered in the media alleging that New York's Repub­lic National Bank was serving as a money-laundering facility for Middle East and Ibero-American narcotics-trafficking organizations. Republic National Bank is owned by Edmond Safra, a prominent Jewish banker of Lebanese descent" having world-wide banking operations. The report said that Safra and his bank were part of a money-laundering network run out of the Zurich-based Shakarchi Trading Co., which "operates as a currency exchange company and is utilized by some of the world's largest drug-trafficking organizations to launder the proceeds of their drug-trafficking activities... . Shakarchi Trading Company maintains accounts at the Republic National Bank of New York... ." Mr. Safra, the EIR notes, in 1989 donated "a reported $1 million to his favorite charity - the Anti-Defamation League."

On December 15, 1989, a Columbian army shoot-out with Medellin Cartel boss Rodriguez Gacha occurred. Gacha was killed, and shortly thereafter large stockpiles of cartel arms were seized, the majority of which were found to have been made in Israel. After months of investigation, it was determined that "Israeli intelligence ... had been providing weapons and terrorist training to the Medellin Cartel's assassination squads in collaboration with British mercenaries... . The funds to purchase the weapons ... had been provided by the U.S. State Department through a program personally run by Assistant Secretary of State Elliott Abrams," who later pled guilty to Iran-Contra crimes."

EIR continues: "The trainer of Rodriguez Gacha's killer squads was a reserve Israeli army colonel named Yair Klein... . In a parallel operation, a group a British mercenaries also engaged in training the cartel hit squads... . The involvement of British intelligence in the CIA-Mossad Columbia deal was further confirmed when Louis Blom-Cooper and Geoffrey Robertson, both officials of Amnesty International, which is funded by British intelligence, were deployed to cover up the official U.S., British, and Israeli government sponsorship of the Klein operation... ."

A shipload of Israeli arms was transferred on April 24, 1989 in the British Crown Colony of Antigua, to a Panamanian-registered ship, Sea Point, and "shuttled off to Rodriguez Gacha in Columbia... . The escrow deposit to ensure that the hundreds of guns left Israel on time had come through the Miami branch of the Israeli Bank Hapoalim" into which Elliott Abrams had deposited the funds to purchase the arms. On December 20, 1989, just a few days after the start of the Gacha shoot-out, the U.S. under President Bush invaded Panama, overthrew General Noriega, and installed in his place "a local Panamanian lawyer, Guillermo "Porky" Endara. A review of court records shows that President Endara and several of his law partners were the owners of record of the ship Sea Point in April 1989 when the ship had delivered the Israeli weapons to Rodriguez Gacha... . Furthermore, in Panama City, Endara was the co-owner, along with Rodriguez Gacha, of the drug money-laundering Banco Interoceánico." The British-Mossad-CIA intelligence combine thus lost or disposed of a former drug ally (Gacha) in Columbia, but almost simultaneously picked up a new one (Endara) in Panama.
A little more light is shed on this matter by the EIR: "In 1986, in Panama, Gen. Manuel Noriega closed down First Interamericas Bank after it was proven that the bank was owned by the Cali Cartel. In December 1989, U.S. occupation forces invaded Panama ... and proceeded to place four members of the board of that same First Interamericas Bank in power - as President, attorney general, president of the Supreme Court, and minister of the Treasury. The result: Drug running in Panama has grown since Noriega's ouster." Bush's strategy? "Specifically, a working alliance has been created between the U.S. government and the Cali Cartel, against the Medellin Cartel of Pablo Escobar and Rodriguez Gacha. The result has been ... that the Cali Cartel has become dominant among the different Columbian groups ... all with behind-the-scenes American approval." It seems clear that Washington wants the drug trade to continue, but that it also wants to be able to hire and fire those who it chooses to participate in the trade.

The EIR published a report in November 1990 detailing the growth of narcotic revenues over the immediately preceding years. The totals were astonishing, and contradicted the Bush administration's optimistic reports on the same subject. Growth was phenomenal in cultivation and street sales of all the major drugs - heroine, cocaine, and marijuana. Street sales of all drugs throughout the world had increased from $175 billion back in 1977 to $558 billion in 1989. Cumulative sales from 1977 to 1989 of drugs raised only in Ibero-America (Mexico and South and Central America) is nearly $2 trillion, dwarfing even Ibero-America's gigantic foreign debt of $430 billion. Worldwide addiction continues to grow. Some 70 million Americans are estimated to have used drugs at some point, with many of these remaining as addicts. Consumption has jumped throughout South America, including such places as Brazil, Peru, and Columbia. More millions of people are users in India, Iran, Pakistan, Egypt, and other Asian countries. Europe is another very large market, with an unknown number of consumers.

Very little of the money raised from street sales is returned and kept by the countries raising the drugs. Some of the money is laundered by businesses having high cash turnover, such as restaurants and casinos. A great deal of it is sent out of the country in suitcases and deposited in off-shore banks which don't have the laws which U.S. banks do requiring cash deposits over $10,000 to be reported to the IRS. The great bulk of the $558 billion annual revenue (in 1989) is deposited in banks elsewhere. "Although no precise figures are available," says the EIR, "a leading anti-drug prosecutor in Switzerland, Paolo Bernasconi, told Italy's La Stampa newspaper in January 1990 that the leading money-laundering centers include the United States (Miami and Wall Street), Canada, Great Britain, and, of course, Switzerland."

9. The Politics of Heroin, by Alfred M. McCoy, 1991. This book is sub-titled CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade. While current investigations into this topic relate to the cocaine trade within our own hemisphere, Professor McCoy's book deals with prior CIA involvement in Marseille in the 40's and 50's, in the Golden Triangle during the Vietnam War, and in Afghanistan during the 80's. We begin to understand why government is not seriously dedicated to stopping the traffic in addictive drugs.
6. 1984, by George Orwell, 1949. This classic by English Socialist Eric Blair, under the pen name George Orwell, reveals why an elite would want to subjugate its own middle and lower classes, and how that goal might be attained so as to remain a permanent system, forever. It may have been written as just a novel, but lots of the elements for permanent control are already in place. The purposes of war, of middle-class impoverishment, of third-world depopulation and slavery, and of media control are all laid out. We watch, fascinated, as its written plan for permanent control via a New World Order takes place in the real world before our very eyes. 1984 is an essential piece of the picture we are painting of how the world really works.
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