Brown Nosing with Pakistan & The Afghan Drug Trade

Saturday, 29 August 2009

Britain is giving Pakistan £664 million pounds (it doesn't have) over the next four years to boost their fight against their great hoax called 'terror' - oh please!

a No 10 spokesman said:

"As we have said before our highest priority in Pakistan is to work with the Pakistani government to tackle the threat of violent extremism in its border areas with Afghanistan - a threat which affects both Pakistan's security and that of the UK."

Interesting to note that as the war has continued over the years, the focus has shifted from the 9/11 terror attacks to protection of borders and elections because of 'violent extremism'.

What has violent extremism in someone else's country got to do with the UK? Seriously, just because the Taliban's political theory favors immoderate and uncompromising policies which dont align with your own, doesn't justify a war. So what does?

It's one lie after the other. Here are some key facts:-

The potential value of Afghanistan’s opium, morphine, and heroin exports was $3.4 billion, a third of the estimated GDP of $10.2 billion in 2008.

Initial U.S. support to Afghanistan was $300 million a year.
Afghanistan is at the center of 3 billion potential consumers in China, India, the Gulf, and Europe.

Current spending by NATO and Coalition forces is about $20 billion a month.

Rural incomes per capita have to increase from $1 a day to at least $4 a day, the tipping point for opium production to become unprofitable.

Check out the 10 year framework for Afghanistan here.

Back in 2007, the Washington Post announced that Opium Trade increased by 34% (highest ever) and the country is now the source of 93 percent of the heroin, morphine and other opiates on the world market. Half of these drugs come from the Helmand Province. What are the soldiers dying for? Elections? Yeah sure they are! Lying c***s.

They can harp on about terror and global stability and violent extremism, but its all bullshit and instead of sending more troops, there should be a revolution to bring them home!


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Anonymous said...

Brilliant photoshop of Brown in that 2nd photo

30 August 2009 at 14:30