Thursday, August 11, 2016

The real purpose of the drug war and other corrupt wars

The “drug war” is one of those clever facades created by dark forces to distract from its real purpose which is:

(1) to fund criminal networks that feed vast sums of untraceable money into the shadow government (the power elite, the cabal, the NWO, Illuminati, etc.), and,

(2) to create negativity and fear (which the shadow government feeds on), more broadly, throughout the community.

It could be argued that most, if not all wars, concocted by the US government have a similar purpose.  The “war on terror” channels vast sums from the public purse into the military-industrial complex and the “war on cancer” channels vast sums into the medico-insurance-pharmaceutical industries apparently controlled by secret government players.

This shows the power than can be gained by controlling government policy.  It enables the vast transfer of public wealth into the hands of the few who control the various corporations that are form the military-industrial complex.

Another advantage of the drug war for the power elite is that it enables them to outlaw products that could compete with their own highly profitable ones.  For example, industrial hemp production is banned in the USA as a result of the drug war (although hemp is not a drug just a relative of the cannabis plant) to enable chemical products, which it would compete with, to flourish.

This is just one example of how unhealthy, petrochemical-based chemical products are promoted at the expense of the well-being of the population and the planet.  And the list goes on and on.  Basically, petrochemical based products, which can generally be patented and generate super-normal profits, are promoted, at the expense of natural products which cannot be patented and cannot generate super-normal profits for the power elite.  It is a sick game that these people have gotten away with for too long and it is time to put an end to it!

See also: Political corruption and the banning of hemp
The Illuminati and BREXIT

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