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Category Archives: Drugs Trafficking
HSBC, Makati City, Philippines. Photo: Jun Acullador President Donald Trump has launched a deadly serious War on Drugs. On February 8, in a speech before the MCCA (Major Cities Police Chiefs) in Washington, Trump said that the drug scourge … Continue reading
Yesterday’s Colombian plebiscite for “peace” with the FARC narco-terrorists—which all along was a thinly-disguised British plan for shameless drug legalization, and which was widely expected to pass by a margin of 2 to 1—was soundly rejected by the Colombian population, … Continue reading
Gen. Barry McCaffrey (ret.), who headed the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) in the cabinet of President Bill Clinton, said on Feb. 3 that he was very concerned about the agreement that Barack Obama has personally orchestrated with … Continue reading
Russian Pressure on Afghan Opiate Trade and Money Laundering Throws Down the Gauntlet to U.S. and Western Europe
With the newly released Financial Action Task Force (FATF, OECD, Paris) report, Financial Flows Linked to the Production and Trafficking of Afghan Opiates, forceful Russian pressure on counternarcotics and financial system complicity in money laundering has now put a challenge … Continue reading
President Vladimir Putin added a brief stop in Nicaragua for hold a quick meeting with President Daniel Ortega, between his scheduled visits to Cuba and Argentina, the first visit ever of a Russian President to that country. Nicaraguan press reported … Continue reading
The UN Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC, released its World Drug Report for 2014, mostly covering drug production and use through 2012. Some relevant results from the Executive Summary: Both the gross number and the percentage of drug users, … Continue reading
First thing after his election for a second term on June 15 in a hard-fought race, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced that he has convoked a conference for July 1 in Cartagena, Colombia, to promote war criminal Tony Blair, … Continue reading