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Overview

The Opium Wars of 1840-1860 were dark chapters of history. Britain went to war to force China to import thousands of tons of opium, to cripple and impoverish that nation.

The Opium Wars never really ended. The U.S., like China, was too great for the London money lords to occupy by force. One way America is being brought to heel is by the drug trade.

Crime and other social problems in the U.S. and Mexico are massively influenced by drugs and drug dealing.

Illicit drugs may now account for as much as $1 trillion annually in financing for criminal activity and corruption.

TOPICS:

The East India Company; British role in the drug trade, from the wars on China, the HongShanghai Bank, Bronfmans, Prohibition, and Organized Crime in the U.S. Financial derivatives; Wall St., money laundering; medical marijuana. decriminalization; Soros and IMF links to drugs. Afghan opium; Colombian cartel; terrorism. Russia targeted by Dope, Inc. cocaine, heroin, amphetamines.


More than 30 years have passed since the first edition of Dope, Inc. was published, in 1978.

Commissioned by Lyndon Larouche, it threatened the world's power structure. It became America's underground best-seller.

Dope, Inc. drew the line between American patriots and the British apparatus destroying the USA.

The London and Wall Street bankers ran for cover. A mammoth campaign of slander and government dirty tricks tried to bury the authors, because Dope, Inc. revealed the most deeply held secrets of the big names behind the world's illegal narcotics trade.

In Venezuela, the leading drug-running families who were exposed in the Spanish-language version, Narcotrafico, S.A., used their political influence to have it banned and confiscated.

Financiers scrambled to control the damage of this unprecedented exposure.

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation was denied a license in New York State because it failed to refute the charges in Dope, Inc, when the state demanded accounting of its hidden profits, silent subsidiaries, and paraphernalia of money-laundering.

Now in 2010, Dope, Inc. is completely updated: Soros - Afghanistan - the government and bankers behind the cartels.

Today the British-controlled dope trade finances the world's leading terrorist entities - Afghanistan's Taliban, the Chechen rebels, the FARC guerrillas of Colombia.

Dope money supports the bankrupt world financial system. A trillion dollars goes through the Cayman Islands, the Isle of Man, Dubai. Speculation makes it trillions more. It sucks the blood of the real economy; and the dope destroys mankind's powers of reason.

This item is Non-Returnable

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615772858
  • ISBN-10: 1615772855
  • Publisher: Progressive Press
  • Publish Date: February 2021
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.69 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.98 pounds
  • Page Count: 332

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