Historically, illegal drugs were being used to destroy sovereign countries, and by now the Philippines’ war on drugs is a regular headline by CIA funded journalists and media networks, and a constant object for criticism of the Soros’ Open Society Foundation funded pseudo-non-government organizations, for being brutal and violative of human rights.
In a speech during the 69th Philippine Air Force Anniversary, President Rodrigo Duterte announced the relief of five police generals who were earlier prodded to peacefully retire and enjoy the benefits thereof, or suffer public humiliation if they choose to wait for him to be inaugurated as the new Commander in Chief.
Three of the unnamed police generals chose the latter.
Do you remember Washington’s $500 million CIA pet project “train five moderate rebels” in Syria exposed in a congressional hearing last year?
It’s not the last one.
Would you believe that anybody could just use a Vatican car for smuggling drugs? Would you believe that an organization that exist for thousands of years is not wise enough to mitigate a situation wherein their logistical resources could be used for nefarious objectives, hence, implement a very tight security measures all the time?
One of the bills secretly tucked into the 1,603-page $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill is the federal government’s lifting of the decades old ban on medical marijuana.
This should pave the way for the removal of marijuana restrictions in other countries, too.
One of Khazarian Mafia’s main sources of funds is the illegal drug trade that is run by its errand paramilitary and terror groups.
The heroin business is also the favorite enterprise of empires seeking to destroy and profit from targeted countries as a means of conquest.
“I worked in the Pharmaceutical industry that do nothing but annihilate the population of this world.”
Dr. John Rengen Virapen, former Eli Lilly & Co executive who after 35 years of service decided to quit and speak out about Big Pharma’s method for profit and the benefit of symptomatic diseases that people live with for the duration of their lives.