Will the swine flu allow the CIA to increase its influence in Mexico?
In 2008, investigative journalist Daniel Hopsicker wrote (CIA Drug Planes Part of Massive 50-Plane Deal ):
"Two American-registered airplanes with clear ties to the U.S. Government - a DC9 airliner (N900SA) painted to resemble an airplane from the U.S. Dept of Homeland Security, and a Gulfstream business jet (N987SA) formerly used by the CIA for renditions - were busted in Mexico 18 months apart carrying multi-ton loads of cocaine."
'Plan Mexico' is supposed to be about the USA helping Mexico to stamp out narcotics.
However, some journalists believe that 'Plan Mexico' is designed by the CIA to eliminate its competition in the over 30 billion a year drug business. ("Plan Mexico" and the CIA )
Plan Mexico lines "the pockets of American defense contractors while putting both political dissidents and ordinary Mexican civilians at risk...
"The initiative would ignore the US's own involvement in the transport and sale of drugs." (t r u t h o u t Plan Mexico )
The Mexican press reports that the CIA works with the Russian Mafia to import opium and heroin into the USA.
Photo by Jay Peepls
Former DEA Agent Celerino Castillo III testified that the CIA and the Nicaraguan Contras were smuggling cocaine from Ilopango Air Force Base in El Salvador. The smugglers were using the same pilots and planes that the CIA and Lt. Col. Oliver North used for the covert supply operation to the Contra mercenaries. ("Plan Mexico" and the CIA )
Before Chavez, the CIA, along with elements of the Venezuelan National Guard, were allegedly importing cocaine into the USA through Miami. The testimonies on this were given by the then head of the DEA Robert Bonner and the then DEA Agent in Charge in Caracas Anabel Grimm. ("Plan Mexico" and the CIA )
Jorge Cabrera, reportedly a drug dealer, with Hilary Clinton.
Are top people in the USA involved in the Mexican drugs business?
In the year 2000, Peter Dale Scott wrote (Overview: The CIA, the Drug Traffic, and Oswald in Mexico ):
"Informed observers of American politics have more than once commented to me that most of the hundred wealthiest people in the US know each other, and in addition often have connections to both the CIA and to organized crime.
"There is no shortage of anecdotal examples: James Angleton of CIA Counterintelligence delivering the sole eulogy at the small private funeral of Howard Hughes, or Joseph Kennedy Sr. being a point-holder in the same casino (the Cal-Neva) as Sam Giancana.
"More relevant to the milieu of the JFK assassination is the example of Clint Murchison, Sr. Murchison paid for the horse-racing holidays of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover at the same time as he sold stakes in his investments to mob figures like Jerry Catena, and enjoyed political influence in Mexico."
"U.S. officials tell ABC News that President Obama has been told the Mexican cartels have become a criminal insurgency, threatening to turn Mexico into an Iraq or Afghanistan." (Mexico: The Next Iraq or Afghanistan? - ABC News )
According to Michel Chossudovsky, writing about AFGHANISTAN (The Spoils of War:Afghanistan's Multibillion Dollar Heroin Trade ...):
"Heroin is a multibillion dollar business supported by powerful interests, which requires a steady and secure commodity flow.
"One of the 'hidden' objectives of the war was precisely to restore the CIA sponsored drug trade to its historical levels and exert direct control over the drug routes.
"Immediately following the October 2001 invasion, opium markets were restored. Opium prices spiraled. By early 2002, the opium price (in dollars/kg) was almost 10 times higher than in 2000.
"In 2001, under the Taliban opiate production stood at 185 tons, increasing to 3400 tons in 2002 under the US sponsored puppet regime of President Hamid Karzai."
But should we be worried about Swine Flu?
In the UK, the 'spooky' Sir Roy Anderson, a British 'expert' on epidemiology, has told the BBC that Swine Flu is a real problem.
Anderson left the University of Oxford after a unanimous vote of no confidence in him by the Department of Zoology.
Roy Anderson was one of the most prominent scientists who advised the UK Government on the handling of the Foot and Mouth control policy in 2001, a policy that culminated in the destruction of around six million UK cattle.