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Air America: The CIA Drug Smuggling Airline in the Skies

June 27, 2013

Air America was the CIA’s proprietary drug smuggling  airline.

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The reason you see palm trees underneath the fuselage of Air America is because this CIA owned airline did a lot of work in Southeast Asia with the opium trading warlords of the area. They smuggled drugs out of Southeast Asia and into the United States and rice into Southeast Asia as long as the Laotian chieftains continued to supply soldiers as cannon fodder to fight against the communists, but when they didn’t the rice stopped coming. A good book written about the CIAs operations in Southeast Asia is The Politics of Heroin by Alfred McCoy. Professor McCoy actually received the limited assistance of the Central Intelligence Agency in writing the book until a trip to Paris where he was threatened by a Corsican drug trafficker made him decide to wrap up his investigation and publish his book in 1972. While embarrassing to the CIA, it did not name or lead to the indictment of any CIA officer. I do believe U.S. citizens are to blame for that. Now we have Mr. Snowden exposing the NSA and everyone is acting as it they are all up in arms about having their privacy invaded, but intelligence agencies have violated the rights of humanity since their inception, nothing new under the sun, so if we are to do anything about this we should have done it yesterday, but its never too late.

CIA officer William Colby was the case officer to Prime Minister Tran Thien Khiem, another CIA connected politician who made a fortune in narcotics. Colby, as chief of station in Saigon and chief of the Far East Division throughout the 1960s, had first knowledge of the drug trafficking activities of Vietnamese officials. He certainly had a hand in protecting them and reportedly helped set up banks for their drug money, and helped fly their dope around on CIA proprietary airlines.

Richard Helms, Director of Central Intelligence from 1967 to 1973 had already sent CIA officers Richard Long and Frederick W. Flott to investigate Air America, but Helms and Colby saw to it that no CIA officers were indicted as co-conspirators, abducted, and rendered back to the US for trial. On the contrary, Helms had already begun a concerted propaganda campaign to cover up the CIA’s past sins and of course the presstitute press such as the New York Times was always willing to lend a hand in that effort.

Folks if the CIA trafficking of narcotics on their own airline does not move you and if the CIA funded crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980s does not move you, what about their funding of Cuban terrorists in the 70s and 80s? They talk a lot about Muslim terrorists as if Islam and terrorism go hand in hand, but why didn’t they talk about anti-Castro Cubans and terrorism going hand in hand back then?

Cuban terrorist Luis Posada and Orlando Bosch, both connected to the CIA, blew up a Cuban passenger plane in Venezuela in October 1976, killing 73 people. Luis Posada was recently given the keys to the City of Miami, obviously the people of Miami have no respect for the 73 innocent victims that Luis Posada killed in Venezuela. Terrorists like Posada were also responsible for the murder of Cuban diplomats in Argentina, and through the Chilean secret service, they were involved in the September 1976 assassination of Chilean diplomat Orlando Letelier in Washington, D.C. The man in charge of the CIA during all this terrorism on the part of Cubans was George Herbert Walker Bush who as a result, was later replaced with Admiral Stansfield Turner by President Jimmy Carter. In October of 1977 Turner cut some 800 positions from the clandestine service and also scrapped Air America, better known to agents of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN) as “Air Opium.” Good riddance to bad rubbish, now we just need to scrap the clandestine service itself.

 

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  1. The US citizens are never engaged in seeking the real truth. This is why the NWO is so large and powerful today. They have no choices now. I would not like to see 20 years from now when the cabal has no worries from being openly exposed. “The price good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men” Plato, Greek Philosopher by Endless Greece Guide retrieved 12/18/2015

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