China is using fentanyl in a chemical war against America

Of further interest regarding America’s drug problems and its origins is well explained in a book entitled “Red Cocaine: The Drugging of America and the West” by Christopher StoryJoseph D. Douglass and Ray S. Cline.

 

President Donald Trump speaks while declaring the opioid crisis a national public health emergency in the East Room of the White House in Washington on Oct. 26, 2017. Evan Vucci AP

 

Fentanyl is the synthetic opioid driving America’s public health crisis. Its cheap price, widespread use, addictive quality and deadly effect make it more dangerous than other narcotics classified by the DEA.

It is, ultimately, a chemical. And it’s being used as a weapon in China’s 21st Century Opium War against America. Continue reading

War on Cash: A “Wider Cultural Change Agenda”

 

A certain Michael Andrew is the former global director of accounting at KPMG. He’s also the present generalissimo of Australia’s Black Economy Taskforce.

The stated mission of this “taskforce” sets it among the angels — to combat terrorism, narcotics, tax dodging.

Cash is of course the coin of these evil realms. Continue reading

‘America is a bomb waiting to explode’

As anti-American as the state-owned (Kremlin) propaganda outlet RT is, there couldn’t be more truth behind this article:

 

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The United States is in decline. While not all major shocks to the system will be devastating, when the right one comes along, the outcome may be dramatic.

Not all explosives are the same. We all know you have to be careful with dynamite. Best to handle it gently and not smoke while you’re around it.

Semtex is different. You can drop it. You can throw it. You can put it in the fire. Nothing will happen. Nothing until you put the right detonator in it, that is.

To me, the US – and most of the supposedly free West – increasingly looks like a truck being systematically filled with Semtex.

But it’s easy to counter cries of alarm with the fact that the truck is stable – because it’s true: you can hurl more boxes into the back without any real danger. Absent the right detonator, it is no more dangerous than a truckload of mayonnaise.

But add the right detonator and you’re just one click away from complete devastation. Continue reading