Afghanistan and opium

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Wed Oct 31 14:42:03 2001

Dear friends,

For those of you who have read Dr. John Coleman's book about the 300 Club and their Conspiracy; "The Conspirators' Hierarchy and the Committee of 300"; for world domination and who therefore know about the British East India Company and the Opium War 1839 - 1842 and the Boxer Rebellion in
1900 by the Chinese, the following information should be of interest.

http://jahtruth.co.uk/300.htm

The British attempted to subdue and take control of Afghanistan twice:

1) in 1839 and withdrew in 1842 and
2) then again in 1878.

In 1880 Abdur Rahman Khan became emir. The British government recognised his authority over its internal affairs and in return he had to give Britain control of Afghanistan's foreign relations. In 1919 Afghanistan became fully independent.

Afghanistan is the source of approximately 80% of the world's "illegal"* opium according to recent reports.

* "Illegal" opium is that opium not controlled by the drug kings - the giant pharmaceutical companies. That is why the major "Illegal" drug dealers are only called "drug barons", rather than drug kings, because the pharmaceutical companies and their owners who decide what is "legal" and what is "illegal" and make their own laws up to stop the freelance competition are the drug kings.

The Opium War 1839 - 1842 between China and Britain, where China was fighting to stop the British from importing opium into China was exactly the same time as the first Afghan War 1839 - 1842 to obtain and control all the opium they wanted to sell to the Chinese.

Coincidence? Not likely. Also, Afghanistan borders with China in the north-east of the country and so could be easily exported over the border straight into China.

http://jahtruth.co.uk/horse.htm#1917

Perhaps John Coleman would have something interesting to say about this issue and the real reasons for the current war against Afghanistan.

The giant pharmaceutical companies use opium as an ingredient in their drugs too and as it is a multi-trillion dollar business, they need to ensure their supplies.

http://jahtruth.co.uk/why.htm

http://jahtruth.co.uk/drugs.htm

http://jahtruth.co.uk/heal.htm

 

King of kings' Bible - Galatians 5:19 Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are [these]; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, 5:20 Idolatry, PHARMACY, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies,
5:21 Envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told [you] in time past, that they which do such things shall NOT inherit the Kingdom of God.

http://jahtruth.co.uk/kofkad.htm

Interesting times. The wheel keeps turning and those who refuse to learn from their historical mistakes are doomed to repeat them.

Long live the Fighters,

JAH

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LewisBobby's picture

It is true that

It is true that pharmaceutical companies use opium as an ingredient in their pills but there aren't many people ending up in rehab because of pharmaceutical drugs. The problem appears when people use hard drugs in their pure form, those are the most addictive and dangerous.

Clayton Wind's picture

Pharmaceutical drugs are used

Pharmaceutical drugs are used on a large scale nowadays and I'm not sure it's a good thing. I'm not concerned about opium especially, but about all the drugs used in the healing process. This is the same thing as using psychiatric drugs on people who are addicted. I say let the drug and alcohol rehab centers do their job and find better solutions.

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