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Barr finally issues indictment

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Unfortunately it's for Maduro in Venezuela. https://news.yahoo.com/us-charges-maduro-narco-terrorism-152747742.html

Apparently Barr needs to protect his masters (CIA) income stream. They hate competition. All this time we thought he was sitting around doing nothing but was in fact apparently investigating a foreign leaders actions and has decided that the US now has jurisdiction of other sovereign nations. Does that work both ways? Can other nations also indict former presidents for illegal invasion of their country and mass murder of civilians?
 

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Apparently Barr needs to protect his masters (CIA) income stream. They hate competition. All this time we thought he was sitting around doing nothing but was in fact apparently investigating a foreign leaders actions and has decided that the US now has jurisdiction of other sovereign nations. Does that work both ways? Can other nations also indict former presidents for illegal invasion of their country and mass murder of civilians?
Excellent analysis, Sir. Thank you for presenting that context for this. Also, note that in the Aaron Russo interview, Russo specifically mentions that the elite had a plan for regime change in Venezuela.
 

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Unfortunately it's for Maduro in Venezuela. https://news.yahoo.com/us-charges-maduro-narco-terrorism-152747742.html

Apparently Barr needs to protect his masters (CIA) income stream. They hate competition. All this time we thought he was sitting around doing nothing but was in fact apparently investigating a foreign leaders actions and has decided that the US now has jurisdiction of other sovereign nations. Does that work both ways? Can other nations also indict former presidents for illegal invasion of their country and mass murder of civilians?
BWAHAHAHA..yes!! Let the games begin!..How do the Kenyan courts work? Can one be extradited from say...Antarctica...New Zealand...?
 

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Maduro is the current President in Venezuela...if he occupies it, he controls it...so, can an other nation indict current presidents of other countries for illegal activities 'which were coerced' by the first nations spy system?

apparently so but it seems like it should be a UN thing, a job that would keep them tied up for decades...send them in to invade Venezuela, have them negotiate peace etc, in Venezuela, it would seem like a Win / Win...pass if off to them, let us continue to clean our own house
 

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Unfortunately it's for Maduro in Venezuela. https://news.yahoo.com/us-charges-maduro-narco-terrorism-152747742.html

Apparently Barr needs to protect his masters (CIA) income stream. They hate competition. All this time we thought he was sitting around doing nothing but was in fact apparently investigating a foreign leaders actions and has decided that the US now has jurisdiction of other sovereign nations. Does that work both ways? Can other nations also indict former presidents for illegal invasion of their country and mass murder of civilians?
We'll see
 

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We just saw. With much anticipation people have been waiting to see who Barr is going to go after. Is it Clinton? Is it Brennan? Is it Clapper? Nope. It's the president of another country!!!

Did Venezuela attack the USA? No.
Did Congress approve a declaration of war on the nation of Venezuela? No.
Did Congress approve of a letter of marque or reprisal for Nicolas Maduro? No.

This is another power grab by Barr. The US Department of Justice does not have the jurisdiction to arrest anyone in the world.
 

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Open borders for Venezuela. Funnel out the population with the understanding that they vote Republican for life and Trump will guarantee toilet paper, Spam, beer(No Corona), phones, visa card, housing, etc...wait...has this been tried before?
We can set them up in, say...Puerto Rico....or certain areas in Minnesota....
 

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Does evil Russia still have advisors on the ground in Venezuela?

a lot of action going on in the back rooms of the oligarchs
 

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Now, I'm reading all these posts and the one thing they all have in common:
The inability to 'see the future'.

We've been given another can of worms and we're expected to 'just roll with it' yet, no one anywhere has indicated this is 'part of the plan', any plan, and if so, how it fits in...

It just seems random...then all these WAG's, all of them as we just don't know...

It's not a very thorough way to get anyone on board, in fact, it scares the hell outta me:
Hey Try This!
What's This?
Just Try It!
Why?
Because it'll be good for you...
salesmen use this trick...leave your 'customer' as ignorant as possible, for whatever reason You Decide


that's weak
 

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So trump is having the USA be the world police, this one is specifically on trump.

How are we fighting corruption in other nations when our own backyard is a mess?
Tentacles first, then head.
 

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So trump is having the USA be the world police, this one is specifically on trump.

How are we fighting corruption in other nations when our own backyard is a mess?
The USA has been the WORLD COP for a looong time, this is not new. It is ALSO not right (as in it is NOT his job nor within his Constitutional authority) !

YES, we should clean our own yard & not bother about our neighbors !
 

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If an EO is unconstitutional it's unconstitutional. No amount of legal mumbo jumbo changes that fact.. If you think it does than any nation on the planet can just declare authority over any other nation. Pretty sure that leads to war.

We have all heard the reports of the civilians killed by drone attacks. Sometimes with terrorists and sometimes without. Does Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen now have authority to arrest whichever president carried out those attacks?

In regards to the US invasion of Panama.......

The U.S. also regarded Noriega as an ally in its War on Drugs, despite Noriega himself having amassed a personal fortune through drug trafficking operations. Though his U.S. intelligence handlers were aware of this, it was allowed because of his usefulness to the U.S.
So the drug smuggling is allowed as long as it's useful to the US.
Since Maduro wont give the US their oil I guess he is no longer useful. The drug smuggling propaganda is a great tool for our justifications though. And of course this will have 0 effect on the price of blow anywhere in the US.

IIRC there was also a US solider killed before the invasion in Panama but that was a long time ago and I could be mistaken. Maybe it was during the invasion.

When the US finds crops of MJ growing around the country they show them how its destroyed or burned on site.. When the US seizes towns of coke they show big piles of it but do you ever see it destroyed? I never see coke or heroine destroyed. Maybe it is I just never see it.

If I'm tasing these questions you can be sure the rest of the world is as well. Seems like as long as we put the word terror in the headlines, the American people fall for it hook line and sinker.
 

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YES, we should clean our own yard & not bother about our neighbors !
What if they are one and the same?
So the drug smuggling is allowed as long as it's useful to the US.
Who is US? Why do you think drug smuggling is useful?
When the US finds crops of MJ growing around the country they show them how its destroyed or burned on site.. When the US seizes towns of coke they show big piles of it but do you ever see it destroyed? I never see coke or heroine destroyed.
Good observations...Why do you think MJ is destroyed but not coke and heroin? Who controls the drug trade? Is there a difference between MJ and highly addictive/destructive drugs like coke and Heroin? Do you find it odd that in Afghanistan US troops are protecting poppy fields?
 

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What if they are one and the same?

Who is US? Why do you think drug smuggling is useful?

Good observations...Why do you think MJ is destroyed but not coke and heroin? Who controls the drug trade? Is there a difference between MJ and highly addictive/destructive drugs like coke and Heroin? Do you find it odd that in Afghanistan US troops are protecting poppy fields?
What if they are one and the same? I don't think they are, YET. But we are close & getting closer.:oriental:

Who controls the drug trade?
CIA ! :totally steamed:

Do you find it odd that in Afghanistan US troops are protecting poppy fields? Isn't that just a crock ??? WTF Over ! :make happy:
 

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I don't think they are, YET.
What about the likes of Hillary Clinton and John Mccain? Are/were they loyal to the USA or someone else?
By cleaning out the international smuggling centers doesnt that dry up their ability to operate?


Isn't that just a crock ??? WTF Over !
Afghanistan has been the world's leading illicit opium producer since 2001.[1] Afghanistan's opium poppy harvest produces more than 90% of illicit heroin globally, and more than 95% of the European supply.[2][3] More land is used for opium in Afghanistan than is used for coca cultivation in Latin America. In 2007, 93% of the non-pharmaceutical-grade opiates on the world market originated in Afghanistan.[4] This amounts to an export value of about US$4 billion, with a quarter being earned by opium farmers and the rest going to district officials, insurgents, warlords, and drug traffickers.[5] In the seven years (1994–2000) prior to a Taliban opium ban, the Afghan farmers' share of gross income from opium was divided among 200,000 families.[6] As of 2017, opium production provides about 400,000 jobs in Afghanistan, more than the Afghan National Security Forces.[7] In addition to opium, Afghanistan is also the world's leading producer of hashish.[8][9]. in addition the opium trade spiked in 2006 as th Taliban had lost its grip on the war lords. Also the Americans gave protection to opium farmers in return for information.[citation needed]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opium_production_in_Afghanistan

U.S. Marines protect Afghan’s poppy fields | General Says 20,000 Troops Should Stay in Afghanistan
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/06/w...0-troops-should-stay-in-afghanistan.html?_r=0
 

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What about the likes of Hillary Clinton and John Mccain? Are/were they loyal to the USA or someone else?
By cleaning out the international smuggling centers doesnt that dry up their ability to operate?




Afghanistan has been the world's leading illicit opium producer since 2001.[1] Afghanistan's opium poppy harvest produces more than 90% of illicit heroin globally, and more than 95% of the European supply.[2][3] More land is used for opium in Afghanistan than is used for coca cultivation in Latin America. In 2007, 93% of the non-pharmaceutical-grade opiates on the world market originated in Afghanistan.[4] This amounts to an export value of about US$4 billion, with a quarter being earned by opium farmers and the rest going to district officials, insurgents, warlords, and drug traffickers.[5] In the seven years (1994–2000) prior to a Taliban opium ban, the Afghan farmers' share of gross income from opium was divided among 200,000 families.[6] As of 2017, opium production provides about 400,000 jobs in Afghanistan, more than the Afghan National Security Forces.[7] In addition to opium, Afghanistan is also the world's leading producer of hashish.[8][9]. in addition the opium trade spiked in 2006 as th Taliban had lost its grip on the war lords. Also the Americans gave protection to opium farmers in return for information.[citation needed]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opium_production_in_Afghanistan

U.S. Marines protect Afghan’s poppy fields | General Says 20,000 Troops Should Stay in Afghanistan
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/06/w...0-troops-should-stay-in-afghanistan.html?_r=0
Mc Stain is gone:finished: & Shitlliry needs shootist's noose, as a minimum ! Cleaning our own yard would take care of those "Yard birds" (ever heard that saying?) and many more.

AS for the poppy fields, you must have misunderstood me or I was not clear. I have watched the videos of Geraldo Rivera, in the poppy fields, with our Marines, it infuriated me !!! It really confirmed my thoughts that the CIA was the biggest drug smuggling operation on planet Earth !