Monday, February 3, 2014

Was It Afghan Heroin?

American troops protecting Afghan opium

The death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman reportedly from a heroin overdose, with a needle in his arm and 50 baggies of junk found in his apartment, is newsworthy only because of his celebrity status. These overdose deaths are occurring regularly these days but usually to the faceless junkies whose numbers seem to be increasing.

In looking at the comments at the articles on Hoffman, there are many who feel no empathy, those who address addiction as a disease and everywhere in between. Some are boosting the call to decriminalize these drugs in combination with therapy as an alternative to the scourge of the war on drugs. What's generally missing from the debate is are we going to accept the fact that it is elements of our own government and especially the CIA who are involved in the drug trade? That our occupation of Afghanistan has resulted in the largest opium crops ever known. That we built the opium to heroin processing plants there. That bankers launder the money. That there is no war on drugs except against those who don't collude with the government monopoly.

Individuals are responsible for their own addictions but that does not absolve the dope pushers at the top.

So was it heroin from Afghanistan that Hoffman was using?  Our taxpayer funded occupation dope? Most likely.

Hoffman's death was tragic but unless we take on the issue of how the Afghanistan 'war on terror' became a government sponsored crime syndicate's war for drug running, his will be only one... with many more to come.

39 comments:

  1. Yes, the perpetrators of Mr. Hoffmann's killing were the criminal cabalists behind the international drug war/trade. this is an open secret throughout the world ever since Gary Webb blew the whistle for it and died as a result. The War on Afghanistan has been a war on humanity waged at every level... by the unspeakably evil scum of the earth. Humanity should rise up and fight back before its too late..

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    1. gc, you summed that up very well. Thanks for the confirmation.

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  2. It's already too late.

    Pray.

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  3. I was watching the Superb Owl and right after a news break highlight announcing PSH's death there was a commercial for Scientology. I guess I look for those things too much.

    The Master

    Aris

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    1. You have a good eye for things that most would see as coincidence but maybe are not.

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    2. haha, me too! I can't watch any kind of TV without constantly blurting "did you notice that" and then describing it because no one else ever notices...the family gives me me an exasperated sigh.

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    3. It;s a curse or a blessing, depending on how you look at it. (smile)

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  4. Look for forthcoming (currently embargoed) report from Wayne Madsen: February 3-4, 2014 -"-Is Hollywood "Star Whacking" continuing?". Embargo lifts at midnight on the 4th.

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  5. Larry Engel on Deanna's Jan 20 program thought we might see a ritualistic offing around Feb 3 as the numbers and occasion were in alignment. https://www.copy.com/s/00hUqfrGHn9ZXyTX/2014-01-20-spingola.mp3#

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  6. A new wrinkle of the North American labour market, working for heroin. The Afgans did have something to teach you, after all.

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  7. Ed and anon, It did cross my mind that there could be more to this. Known drug users make good targets when cover is needed. Keep us informed if anything interesting comes up.

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  8. See my sideways comment next to your link in the Occurrences that is about to update. It references the incomplete role played by Hoffman in the second of three "Hunger Games" as the covert leader of the opposition. I've written about the media glop that is "The Hunger Games" and it smells like a propaganda/psy-op/social engineering escapade, with extra added reference that the author lived in, er, um, Newtown, CT, and whose father was an Air Force officer during Vietnam war which was replete with several ops designed to kill people en masse. I'll post Madsen when the embago is over.

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  9. Before this happened, the KC Star had a story about heroin flooding the USA. I sent in a "Letter to the Editor" that is below.

    Wonder why they refused to print it?:)

    Mission Accomplished!

    If you want to know where all that heroin that is flooding the nation is coming from, ask the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The CIA are notorious drug runners, running heroin from SE Asia during the Vietnam War, then cocaine out of S. America in the 1980's-90's and now it's back their favorite drug, heroin from Afghanistan.
    We're not the only nation dealing with this CIA manufactured scourge, Iran and Russian have been getting hit hard with heroin addiction, courtesy of CIA grown Afghanistan poppy fields our troops protect.

    Those CIA drones flying out of Afghanistan carry a much more deadlier load than Hellfire missiles.

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    1. Excellent letter. All true but rarely allowed in prime time MSM.

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  10. I don't know why but heroin laced with fentanyl seems to be getting a lot of mainstream play. And letting would be drug abusers know the street price for a "hit" is about $4-$5 and a prescription opiate runs about $25.

    Aris

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    1. Fentanyl is powerful. Adding it to heroin gives big pharma a cut of the action?

      A few weeks back, in the next county over from me, there was a months long drug sting resulting in 64 arrests. 59 of those were for prescription opiate type drugs which have become the heavy choice in rural areas. Cheap heroin or heroin/fentanyl would probably do well if introduced in a big way.

      I just flipped over to fox news and they are now talking about how heroin/fentanyl use and availability is increasing.

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  11. Fentanyl is what's used at times to knock people out for surgery. Drug dealers usually cut their stuff with inerts like powdered Vitamin C, which hardly costs.

    So where are they getting these amounts of Fentanyl to cut into that Afghan heroin?

    Something here doesn't add up.

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    1. My guess is that it's coming out the backdoor of a pharma manufacturer. Maybe it's the CIA experimenting with another concoction of theirs? An extra kick to the product but killing off customers doesn't add to the bottom line. As if they care.

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  12. Add this one to the list, along with the three recent bankers:
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/26/us-tatamotors-md-idUSBREA0P0GH20140126
    Tata Motors executive Karl Slym dies in fall from hotel
    BY ARADHANA ARAVINDAN AND SWATI PANDEY, MUMBAI Sun Jan 26, 2014 10:16am EST

    Watch for the Goldman Sachs pop-up at that link if your cursor wanders to the right.

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  13. Methinks 2014 is going to turn out to be a very 'interesting' year.

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  14. Philip Seymour Hoffman is totally an unknown to me. His death is no loss to me. Whether or not he was really a heroin/drug user who died from an ovedose or was murdered has no importance to me. Those who thrive in the Hollyfilthe world have sold their souls to do so. They are either drug users themselves or are enablers of others using or profiting from drugs. That is also the case for all US military personnel in Afghanistan. Making ethical and moral choices is where the rubber hits the road in life. And the bottom line is usually based on personal economics -- money (as wages for the mercenary soldiers) and possibly money/fame for those in the Hollyfilthe hell. Life can quickly become death as it was for this guy. Making right choices is not generally accepted by criminals in power.

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    1. I agree with all you say I would not have known Hoffman if he had walked right up to me so no importance to me either. It is to the media though. They are pushing the heroin epidemic so much that it seems like an advertisement. Readily Available, Buy Now, Cheaper Than Pharmaceuticals!

      Penny has a take on this also:

      http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2014/02/phillip-seymour-hoffman-military.html

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    2. John Donne (1572-1631), Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions, Meditation XVII: Nunc Lento Sonitu Dicunt, Morieris:

      "Perchance he for whom this bell tolls may be so ill, as that he knows not it tolls for him; and perchance I may think myself so much better than I am, as that they who are about me, and see my state, may have caused it to toll for me, and I know not that.
      ...
      No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friend's or of thine own were: any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bells tolls; it tolls for thee."

      One could wax endlessly about the comparative psychologies of acting and dissociation but that would be a digression. An actor in a role well-written, well-conceived, well-appreciated by research or Method, by tapping into one's own humanity, makes for a "celluloid hero".

      I had a friend a long time ago -- we parted company and I believe he is still alive -- who had a heroin addiction. He was a former Maronite monk, a student in music composition, a master of the Lebanese game of basra, a wife who studied Assagioli, and two girls with Down's syndrome. They were all beautiful and wonderful people, even him, despite his flaws. He too was a victim of the "complex" noted, just in a different era; it's been at work for decades. We are all steeped in it.

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  15. Kenny you read my mind
    that is so funny and wickedly so
    I started working on a post yesterday linking the death of PSH to the military industrial drug/terror complex
    It was too perfect of an opportunity to let it pass...
    I mean the history is all there
    Plus a commenter left a 4 part interview between Rick Rozoff and John Robles and then the actor died and it had to be done

    good work Kenny
    good work

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    1. Hey Pen,

      In your words "The Military Industrial Drug, Banking and Terror Complex"
      Yeah, that's it. Simple if one knows a little of real history.. Hard for those who believe in all the adverts on TV.

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  16. Good article and comments too.

    It also had the added 'benefit' to our evil rulers of knocking another Hollywood story off the front page.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/arts/woody-allen-s-adopted-daughter-dylan-farrow-renews-molestation-claim-1.2520128

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/arts/woody-allen-calls-dylan-farrow-s-claims-untrue-disgraceful-1.2520691

    The concept of 'taking out the trash' putting out difficult news stories on days when they will be ignored is familiar to all of us. Superbowl Sunday was a good day for CBC to get that story on the public record. With the BBC taking heat over their treatment of Jimmy Saville, the douchebag lawyers at CBC would be learning a few lessons. Some stories must be covered........no comments allowed of course.
    The choice of adjectives and photos by CBC clearly shows their efforts to protect the child rapist and to cast doubt on his victim. In any case, Hoffman's timely OD blew that story off the board and looks like a masterful effort at damage control.

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  17. Oh, and this is a good read that, if read closely, will bring the topic of Hoffman's death to the center of power in Warshington: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbes_family

    And this one: http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/NWO/Skull_Bones.htm especially the 4th paragraph...

    Or this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9K3thX5_8EQ

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  18. From Greg Hallett and the Spymaster

    Former NATO’s secr. general Amsterdam born Jaap de Hoop Scheffer. Jaap was a reserve officer in Dutch Air Force, senior diplomat before entering Parliament in 1986 and is described as "as extremely talented professional”. Jaap: "the enemy is international terrorism . . .. that is why NATO is in Afghanistan.”

    Jaap de Hoop Scheffer went to Australia and New Zealand and gave a speech at Wellington’s Victoria University on 31 March 2005: “We have come closer together over the last three years ... Australia and New Zealand were the top candidates for NATO partnerships . . . NATO is everywhere.” He arrived into New Zealand with 10 kg of Afghan heroin via diplomatic pouch.

    CIA O

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  19. also the dope musicians and actors get is actually REAL pure dope, not street pure.

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  20. I don't care one way or the other about this creep. I saw a movie with him in it recently with Scientologist wacko, Tom Cruise. Hoffman played a demonic drug lord that was threatening Cruise's wife with torture and then murder. It disturbed me enough to where I had to change the channel.

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    1. I think most here are discussing the social engineering aspect of the death, the big issue of NATO drugs dealing in Afghanistan opium/heroin. Whether Hoffman was a creep or victim, he worked in an evil industry which turns good people into sub human freaks.
      The USA has already used heroin from a war zone to attack its own citizens before during the Vietnam era. Now again in an immoral war the zealots set up a massive dope ring and are possibly using the Hoffman death to normalize heroin use and to tell everyone how cheap it is, how to use it and even how long it will get you high for..............

      http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/heroin-s-resurgence-as-problem-drug-in-canada-1.2525103

      An suicide epidemic amongst people aged 50- 60 is under way in North America. Our evil rulers seem to want people to die. After Christmas when the bills are piling up, the weather sucks, the economy is fcuked and hope is scarce, people do commit suicide. Many of Hoffman's characters might 'resonate' with men and the reporting on his death looks like our rulers are marketing misery and pain.

      PS, you don't really gain much by changing the TV channels around, try turning the evil thing OFF.

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    2. In the early 70's most of the addicts I knew came back from Vietnam with the habit. Cheap and pure heroin and none of them injected over there.. A $1 pack of heroin laced tobacco cigarettes every day for a couple of months along with snorting some powder and they were fully addicted. Coming back to the states and wanting to continue the habit was beyond difficult. Morris was one of those guys, among many others

      "marketing misery and pain" is definitely part of the war on our older useless eaters

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    3. That Morris essay was powerful stuff. Thanks.

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  21. Whatever the purpose of the MSM coverage on Hoffman is, I doubt it is obvious to those out of the actual powerful criminal loop. It could be that the Hoffman message being so widely promoted as "news" is really that of threatening competitors in the US/ international drug world. Like machine-gunning down competing mobsters during Prohibition. This happens in Afghanistan it seems. Military action is used against weaker opium competitors, NOT used to stop the production of opium and heroin. If elimination of competitors' "useful" members is criminal warfare, possibly there will be more to accentuate which drug competitor keeps major control.

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  22. Excellent input from everyone. Many thoughts to consider. I think there is an innate urge in humans to alter their consciousness and how that manifests and is accomplished, including for control, is a very multifaceted subject.

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  23. That innate urge to alter one's consciousness is well-documented. I still have the Quadrangle/New York Times Book from a long time ago entitled "251 Ways to Get High Without Drugs". I don't know the deceased and don't have valid and reliable information about his life, but lots of people find or seek ways to make the pain go away. Sometimes it's physical pain from trauma or an accident; lots of times it's emotional or psychological or spiritual pain. Someone once said that addiction is about not being able to get enough of what you don't really want. While our focus here has been on "horse", alcohol can be even more deadly. I note that the movie "Transiberian" was on the IndiePlex TV channel twice in the last 24 hours; it's about post-Soviet Russian players in heroin movement. Nation states compete for the trade because they want to command its doorway to laundered dollars for secret black ops. See also today's http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/02/06/philip-seymour-hoffman-heroin-epidemics-and-an-open-letter-to-the-cdc/

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    1. Respectfully, I thought the VT piece was way off the mark,
      Not one mention of Afghanistan. Not one single reference to the opium production being more or less wiped out under the taliban pre 911 before it soared to record heights and profits with each passing year under NATO's rule. Then the VT article actually goes into full on disinfo leading the reader to believe the big bad "Mexican" drug lords crossing the border are the real problem here. Puleeeeze.

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    2. If you read the links I posted much earlier (extra confirmation comes at the bottom of the WIkipedia entry on Naushon Island), then we can see this is a centuries-old industry and that delivery routes and vehicles and "mules" are malleable to the moment. The issue is profit through destruction of people, one at a time or en masse. I still recommend the books "Perfectibilists" by Melanson and "Fleshing Out Skull and Bones" edited by Kris Millegan available through Trine-Day. [And I get no reward whatsoever for doing so.]

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  24. I was briefly watching the death news and I caught a mention of the dope being "suspected" mexican in origin, and I immediately thought to myself yeah fucking right. I could go on for 5 pages on this subject but most of it has been covered. Kenny you jogged my memory and I as well knew at least one Nam vet like you described in the 70's, but more currently I have known about a dozen addicts spread mostly through the music scene here. That includes 2 OD's that never hit the national news……...

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