Category Archives: drug trade

Joel Skousen: The Dark Side Of Government

 

Alex welcomes back to the show Joel Skousen, founder and chief editor of World Affairs Brief, a weekly news analysis service. Mr. Skousen is a political scientist by training who specializes in the philosophy of law and Constitutional theory. He is also a designer of high security residences and retreats. Joel served as a fighter pilot for the US Marine Corps during the Vietnam era. During the 80’s he took a leave of absence to serve as the Chairman of the Conservative National Committee in Washington DC and concurrently served as the Executive Editor of Conservative Digest.
http://www.joelskousen.com

 

The dark side of government has grown to be larger than the white side.

 

How CIA agents and politicians get blackmailed.

“They’ve got to make sure that you’re morally corruptible.”

“They like to have people who have a clean cut appearance who can fool other people,
but they want to make sure they’re corruptible.”

 

Joel Skousen: Order Out of Financial Chaos, End of Paper Money and The American Way of Life 5/7

Joel Skousen: Order Out of Financial Chaos, End of Paper Money and The American Way of Life 6/7

Joel Skousen: Order Out of Financial Chaos, End of Paper Money and The American Way of Life 7/7

 

 

 

Kay Griggs: Whistleblower

Kay Griggs, former marine colonel’s wife, talks about Military assassin squads, drug running, illegal weapon deals and  perversion deep within the highest levels of U.S. military and government.

“My former husband George, who is a trained assassin, calls the people he is involved with the members of The Firm or The Brotherhood. If you are in the ‘clique’, you are above the law and literally can get away with murder. For years, mostly when he was drinking, he told me how he and others in this elite military group would kill people,”  (source)


 

 

The Evil Lurking Within

 

The clique of Colonel George Griggs

 

 

 

 

Pharmaceutical Money: John Oliver Delivers The Bitter Truth About Prescription Drugs

Via: Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

How can you tell if your doctor is on pharmaceutical money?
*Is he or she happier than usual?
* Quick to prescribe drugs you may not need, or refuse to prescribe ‘old’ drugs that you do!
* Are surprisingly attractive, but not sick people frequently seen in the waiting room?
* Often prescribes ‘off label’ drugs, such as a new anti-psychotic medicine to cure your sinusitis. I only exaggerate slightly.

If so, he’s taking Pharmaceutical Money
How pharmaceutical money works:
Money combines with the cash receptors in your doctor’s wallet, giving him fast acting financial relief, so your doc can rest easy and enjoy life.
common side effects include but are not limited to:
chronic over prescription, unusually heavy cash flow, dependency on free samples, inflammation of confidence, affluenza,
increased tendency to prescribe off label medications –  which in turn may cause:heart attack, stroke, loss of feeling in arms and legs, seizures, blurred vision, grinding of teeth, partial deafness, total blindness, numbness, sudden bursts of rage,
angry erections lasting over 17 hours and death.
ASK your doctor is he’s taking any money from the companies who make the drugs he’s just prescribed to you.
ASK HIM IF HIS TAKING IT IS RIGHT FOR YOU.

 

 

 

Some “Walter White” Pharma Sales Reps Make An Ungodly Amount Of Money

Dollars For Docs

 

 

 

Shut Up, Conspiracy Theorist! Pay No Attention To Reality And History

 

 

 

They Are Not “Conspiracy Theories” They Are, In Fact, “Discoveries”

 

Conspiracy is a thread that runs thoughout the tapestry of Roman history 

 

The conspiratorial view of history is the correct view

 

 Francesco Crispi: Prime Minister of Italy Was a ‘Controlled’ Head of State     

 

John Perkins: Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man

 

The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and The “Budget”  Scam

 

Lessons of the British ‘Free Trade’ Opium Monopoly: Vast Fortunes For Privileged Elites

 

Lessons Of The British ‘Free Trade’ Opium Monopoly: An Un-American Trade Policy That Creates Vast Fortunes For Priviledged Elites

“Oh! A dreadful man! A Scotchman, richer than Croesus, one McDruggy, fresh from
Canton, with a million of opium in each pocket, denouncing corruption, and
bellowing free trade.” – —Benjamin Disraeli, Sybil, p. 54

 

 

“If the trade is ever legalized, it will cease to be profitable from that time. The more difficulties that attend it, the better for you and us.
— Directors of Jardine-Matheson

Via: Wikipedia

In the 18th century, Britain had a huge trade deficit with Qing Dynasty China and so in 1773, the Company created a British monopoly on opium buying in Bengal. As the opium trade was illegal in China, Company ships could not carry opium to China. So the opium produced in Bengal was sold in Calcutta on condition that it be sent to China.

Despite the Chinese ban on opium imports, reaffirmed in 1799 by the Jiaqing Emperor, the drug was smuggled into China from Bengal by traffickers and agency houses such as Jardine, Matheson & Co and Dent & Co. in amounts averaging 900 tons a year. The proceeds of the drug-smugglers landing their cargoes at Lintin Island were paid into the Company’s factory at Canton and by 1825, most of the money needed to buy tea in China was raised by the illegal opium trade.

The Company established a group of trading settlements centred on the Straits of Malacca called the Straits Settlements in 1826 to protect its trade route to China and to combat local piracy. The Settlements were also used as penal settlements for Indian civilian and military prisoners.

In 1838, with the amount of smuggled opium entering China approaching 1,400 tons a year, the Chinese imposed a death penalty for opium smuggling and sent a Special Imperial Commissioner, Lin Zexu, to curb smuggling. This resulted in the First Opium War(1839–1842). After the war Hong Kong island was ceded to Britain under the Treaty of Nanking and the Chinese market opened to the opium traders of Britain and other nations.  The Jardines and Apcar and Company dominated the trade, although P&O also tried to take a share. A Second Opium War fought by Britain and France against China lasted from 1856 until 1860 and led to the Treaty of Tientsin.

Read the East India Company article

 

 

 

The Boodle Boys

Narco Dollars For Dummies

A Case Against ‘Free Trade’

ebook: The Opium Monopoly

The Opium Trade

British East India Company Opium Factories In India

ebook: Drugging A Nation

American Opium Wealth: Astor  Delano Sturgis Low Forbes Perkins Russell