Monday, June 13, 2011

The War In Afghanistan: Drug Profits Must Still Be Good Because American Government Wants Its Troops To Stay For Decades To Come!

It has been a long while since I did any articles on the failed war in Afghanistan, and I figure that this is as good a time as any to take a look at this war for the Rothschild drug empire in Europe to profit from the exploitation of Afghan Opium.  I am still surprised to this day that people around the world have not seen the truth about this evil and illegal war that is having soldiers dying while protecting Opium Poppy fields, and ensuring that they stay in full production for some evil people to get their Billions of dollars in drug profits.

There has been a constant push over the last few years to have the soldiers begin a withdrawal from Afghanistan and bring them home.  However, according to this latest article, from the Guardian online news service out of the UK at, it seems that the US Government has just entered into secret talks with their puppets in the Afghan government that will see US troops stay in Afghanistan for decades to come!   This is absolutely sickening, and here is that article in its entirety for my own readers to view:

Secret US and Afghanistan talks could see troops stay for decades

Russia, China and India concerned about 'strategic partnership' in which Americans would remain after 2014

Hillary Clinton
US-Afghanistan security negotiations continue despite Hillary Clinton saying recently that Washington did not want any 'permanent bases in Afghanistan'. Photograph: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
American and Afghan officials are locked in increasingly acrimonious secret talks about a long-term security agreement which is likely to see US troops, spies and air power based in the troubled country for decades.

Though not publicised, negotiations have been under way for more than a month to secure a strategic partnership agreement which would include an American presence beyond the end of 2014 – the agreed date for all 130,000 combat troops to leave — despite continuing public debate in Washington and among other members of the 49-nation coalition fighting in Afghanistan about the speed of the withdrawal.

American officials admit that although Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, recently said Washington did not want any "permanent" bases in Afghanistan, her phrasing allows a variety of possible arrangements.
"There are US troops in various countries for some considerable lengths of time which are not there permanently," a US official told the Guardian.

British troops, Nato officials say, will also remain in Afghanistan long past the end of 2014, largely in training or mentoring roles.

Although they will not be "combat troops" that does not mean they will not take part in combat. Mentors could regularly fight alongside Afghan troops, for example.

Senior Nato officials also predict that the insurgency in Afghanistan will continue after 2014.

There are at least five bases in Afghanistan which are likely candidates to house large contingents of American special forces, intelligence operatives, surveillance equipment and military hardware post-2014. In the heart of one of the most unstable regions in the world and close to the borders of Pakistan, Iran and China, as well as to central Asia and the Persian Gulf, the bases would be rare strategic assets.

News of the US-Afghan talks has sparked deep concern among powers in the region and beyond. Russia and India are understood to have made their concerns about a long-term US presence known to both Washington and Kabul. China, which has pursued a policy of strict non-intervention beyond economic affairs in Afghanistan, has also made its disquiet clear. During a recent visit, senior Pakistani officials were reported to have tried to convince their Afghan counterparts to look to China as a strategic partner, not the US.

American negotiators will arrive later this month in Kabul for a new round of talks. The Afghans rejected the Americans' first draft of a strategic partnership agreement in its entirety, preferring to draft their own proposal. This was submitted to Washington two weeks ago. The US draft was "vaguely formulated", one Afghan official told the Guardian.

Afghan negotiators are now preparing detailed annexes to their own proposal which lists specific demands.
The Afghans are playing a delicate game, however. President Hamid Karzai and senior officials see an enduring American presence and broader strategic relationship as essential, in part to protect Afghanistan from its neighbours.

"We are facing a common threat in international terrorist networks. They are not only a threat to Afghanistan but to the west. We want a partnership that brings regional countries together, not divides them," said Rangin Spanta, the Afghan national security adviser and the lead Afghan negotiator on the partnership.

Dr Ashraf Ghani, a former presidential candidate and one of the negotiators, said that, although Nato and the US consider a stable Afghanistan to be essential to their main strategic aim of disrupting and defeating al-Qaida, a "prosperous Afghanistan" was a lesser priority. "It is our goal, not necessarily theirs," he said.
Though Ghani stressed "consensus on core issues", big disagreements remain.

One is whether the Americans will equip an Afghan air force. Karzai is understood to have asked for fully capable modern combat jet aircraft. This has been ruled out by the Americans on grounds of cost and fear of destabilising the region.

Another is the question of US troops launching operations outside Afghanistan from bases in the country. From Afghanistan, American military power could easily be deployed into Iran or Pakistan post-2014. Helicopters took off from Afghanistan for the recent raid which killed Osama bin Laden.

"We will never allow Afghan soil to be used [for operations] against a third party," said Spanta, Afghanistan's national security adviser.

A third contentious issue is the legal basis on which troops might remain. Afghan officials are keen that any foreign forces in their country are subject to their laws. The Afghans also want to have ultimate authority over foreign troops' use and deployment.

"There should be no parallel decision-making structures ... All has to be in accordance with our sovereignty and constitution," Spanta said.

Nor do the two sides agree over the pace of negotiations. The US want to have agreement by early summer, before President Barack Obama's expected announcement on troop withdrawals. This is "simply not possible," the Afghan official said.

There are concerns too that concluding a strategic partnership agreement could also clash with efforts to find an inclusive political settlement to end the conflict with the Taliban. A "series of conversations" with senior insurgent figures are under way, one Afghan minister has told the Guardian.

A European diplomat in Kabul said: "It is difficult to imagine the Taliban being happy with US bases [in Afghanistan] for the foreseeable future."

Senior Nato officials argue that a permanent international military presence will demonstrate to insurgents that the west is not going to abandon Afghanistan and encourage them to talk rather than fight.

The Afghan-American negotiations come amid a scramble among regional powers to be positioned for what senior US officers are now describing as the "out years".

Mark Sedwill, the Nato senior civilian representative in Afghanistan, recently spoke of the threat of a "Great Game 3.0" in the region, referring to the bloody and destabilising conflict between Russia, Britain and others in south west Asia in the 19th century.

Afghanistan has a history of being exploited by — or playing off — major powers. This, Dr Ghani insisted, was not "a vision for the 21st century". Instead, he said, Afghanistan could become the "economic roundabout" of Asia.

NTS Notes:  This is absolutely atrocious.  The Afghan people absolutely do not want these foreign invaders to stay in their country, and have still been joining the freedom fighting Taliban in droves.   It has been said recently that the Taliban is winning this war, and I can understand why when the people see that these foreign troops are in their country, killing their fellow civilians with depleted uranium munitions, and protecting and making sure that the Opium poppy fields stay in full production.   I guess profits are good, because now these slave governments to the Rothschilds will have their troops stay in for decades to come....

And you really have to love the BS excuses about needing to fight their phoney "Al Qaeda", and so called "insurgents"...  But people everywhere are well aware that there is no "Al Qaeda" which was created by the CIA and Mossad for the phoney war on terror.  And calling the Taliban "insurgents" is obviously a total lie, because the Taliban are the Afghan people themselves, fighting to free their nation from these foreign invaders!

If anyone has any doubt about exactly WHY the US and NATO forces are in Afghanistan, I want to present the following photo expose that comes from, that shows explicit proof of troops protecting Opium fields:

The Taliban had all but eradicated the opium growers before the US invasion. So why is cheap Afghani heroin flooding into the United States?



In Afghan fields the poppies grow.
Between the crosses.
Row on row.

NTS Notes:  It does not take a rocket scientist to see that the US and NATO are definitely on the wrong and evil side in the war in Afghanistan.  This war shows how much the Rothschilds are in total control over world governments when they can call on their minion slaves to go to war and die to ensure their continuing drug profits.  

Again it is up to the alternative media to get the real truth out about the evil war in Afghanistan and to push the citizens of this and other countries to demand the immediate withdrawal of our forces, and bring them home.. That time is NOW!

More to come



Noor al Haqiqa said...

What people do not realize is that America is still at war with Russia. They are breaking the young and a big part of that is addiction. Sound strange? Not so much when you look at what is happening today.This chess game they are playing is, when you get to the bottom of it, Russia and America, no matter who explodes or dies along the way... China, Pakistan, India, etc etc etc

Zbignew said that it was ALL about Russia when they pulled them into war with Afghanistan. All about Russia whom he hates personally because the Russians killed his family back in Europe. He claims he would do it again too btw.

Drugs are the backbone of Wall Street as well. They will not give it up... so... war on Russia, keep weakening it from the inside while you continue to surround the enemy with bases. Did you know they have 70 highly armed bases going up along the Russian border in Afghanistan? THAT is another reason they fight.... to surround Russia. Oh and Iran as well on other fronts.

And they have also addicted hundreds of thousands of Afghan people, male and female, as part of their wars.

How many of the American military will eventually come home addicted as well?

They also, btw, hated the fact that when they held power anywhere, the Taliban completely halted all drug business.

Northerntruthseeker said...

Noor... I appreciate your comment, but I am not sold on the war against Russia stuff considering that the entire Cold War was a massive hoax done for Jewish money profits... We both know about that scam...

But it is intriguing that they have built so many bases around or near the former "adversary".... But the idea of ringing Iran does make more sense if you think about it....

Franklin Ryckaert said...

It is about World Hegemony and as Zbigniew Brzezinski said in his book "The Grand Chessboard" if you want to control the world you need to control Eurasia, which means Russia and China, who in their turn can be controled by the control of the Central Asian "stans" with their huge amount of oil and gas.
The drug trade not only brings profit to the Rothschild banks but is also used as a weapon of demoralization. There are countless addicts at present in Iran and Russia,much to the chagrin of the governements of those countries. That American troops also get affected doesn't bother Washington,just as it didn't bother them when the same happened in Vietnam.
Everything is CRIME in this whole matter.

Noor al Haqiqa said...

Thanks for your kind words.... I just like playing around... smiles.

NOW I do believe there is something going on with Russia, simply because, although the Jews never left the place despite the attempts of the Jew Putin, I believe there are some fundemental things going on.

Remember the fires last summer. I bet you dollars to donuts that that was HAARP in action to weaken and hunger the people of that country.

However, that is all up to personal interpretation and I do believe something is up. As you have seen, all the chessmen are choosing sides and Russia stands with China, Pakistan, and Iran.

There is HUGE opposition to the NWO even though China is the goal they seek and Russia has its own version of Brave New World.

The talk about drugs and opium in Russia is not just idle chatter, it is real warfare upon the people of Russia (And Afghanistan and Americans) as has been documented. This is, in my mind, comparable to the onslaught of porn etc to undermine Western civilization.

Many Russian soldiers returned from Afghanistan with a love of the poppy, but addiction has more than tripled since then and it all comes from CIA poppy fields.

I just wanted actually to point you towards the piece I just posted minutes ago regarding tungsten and Fort Knox and Strauss-Kohn. This is something that the MSM has kept hidden for at least 8 years now, longer if you bring in 911.

The people should be warned/educated. My disgust for the greed of Rothchild co-coordinated Wall Street and so many banks is about to explode...

Do you think putting these news stories into Chinese fortune cookies might help spread things around?

"Fort Knox is empty" between the sheets.

Strauss-Kahn set up for exposing the truth "between the sheets"

Netenyahu wows AIPAC with brilliant speech (gag!) "between the sheets".

Ok I am leaving now.

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