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Oleg Smirnov
2020-11-13 14:15:14 UTC
<http://tinyurl.com/y3grb6xp> journal-neo.org

Today, sources in Afghanistan have confirmed a "fact" that runs totally
against what is reported, that a prominent CIA officer rumored to have died in
a plane crash, is being held by Pakistan's ISI.

The individual involved, Mike D'Andre, according to sources, is responsible
for the murder of General Soleimani, an Iranian diplomat, and of hundreds of
Iraqis as well.

The US claims he is alive and well but other sources, intelligence, sources on
the ground in Afghanistan with the Pashtun resistance, tell a very different

The plane that crashed was a surveillance and mobile command center. Bodies
were found but, moreover, it is claimed there were survivors who were taken

In that part of Afghanistan, a prisoner is more likely to end up with
Pakistan's ISI spy agency than the Taliban .. Does D'Andre get brought home
or, as the US has lied about everything as it always does, is he to be left
there? Does the US even want him back? / After all, the US abandoned hundreds
of POWs in Vietnam after Nixon was forced to resign, simply because they lied
about getting "everyone" back and would rather see American's suffer and die
rather than admit to another of a series of endless lies ..

One thing is clear, the US cannot leave Afghanistan until its massive heroin
business is in safe hands. Were one to have sat in on the Qatar based
negotiations that led to the peace agreement, there is little doubt that
nothing was said about mining rare earth elements, which Afghanistan is rich
with, and securing the narcotics trade got endless attention. ..

When the US went into Afghanistan in 2001 .. tens of thousands of American
contractors followed. .. Within two years heroin production facilities were
built, under US supervision, and distribution began .. eventually leading to a
glut of cheap high-quality heroin that addicted millions in the US, Europe and
elsewhere. In the process, up to 9 million Afghanis became drug addicts
with millions of others trafficked into prostitution, all by US military
contractors. ..

Read more <http://tinyurl.com/y3grb6xp>

U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan have stolen tens of millions through
bribery, theft, and rigged contracts.
Oleg Smirnov
2020-11-17 15:00:35 UTC
<http://tinyurl.com/y38gymqc> zerohedge.com

.. French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday revived talk of a pan-European
army by telling a reporter that Europe must not revert to relying on the US
for its security even after President Trump leaves office. .. Macron pointed
out .. that things likely won't ever revert to the way they were .. "We need
to continue to build our independence for ourselves." ..

Macron also slammed German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, who
earlier this month insisted that it's "an illusion" to think the EU can
replace America's role in upholding security on the continent. "That it is a
historical misinterpretation," he said. "Fortunately, .. the chancellor does
not share this point of view," Macron said, referring to Merkel. ..
Germans in favor of 'reducing reliance' on US
Oleg Smirnov
2020-11-17 15:09:22 UTC
<http://tinyurl.com/y3qxq7j7> gloucestercitynews.net

JUDICIAL WATCH -- A staggering $19 billion spent by the U.S. government to
reconstruct Afghanistan has been lost to fraud, waste, and abuse in the last
decade and that only includes a portion of the money allocated by Congress
for the cause. In 90% of the cases examined in a new federal audit, the
money was blown "carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose." ..

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.. special forces soldiers were fuelled by "blood lust" when they tortured
and executed prisoners in Afghanistan ..
Oleg Smirnov
2020-11-20 04:41:11 UTC
<http://tinyurl.com/y4vx6bu6> voanews.com

Australian War Crimes Report Shows Young Soldiers Were Encouraged to
Shoot Afghanistan Prisoners to Get First Kill .. A four-year inquiry
into Australian special forces in Afghanistan has found "credible
evidence" of the "murder" of 39 prisoners, farmers or other civilians
.. The war crimes report found junior soldiers were encouraged to
shoot prisoners to get their first kill. .. The report has uncovered
a "shameful record" of a "warrior culture" by some troops .. The war
crimes report published Thursday is heavily redacted. The full
classified document will remain secret. ..

US Armored Carrier Catches Fire Amid NATO Show of Strength ..