The LaRouche Plan
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As the heroin addiction and deaths due to overdose have spread around the U.S. like wildfire, Stephen Kinzer writes in the Boston Globe yesterday that the United States should seek help from Iran in battling the heroin plague...
Following his March 25 speech to 100 international anti-drug experts in Moscow, Viktor Ivanov, head of the Russian Federal Drug Control Service, roundly denounced NATO and the United States for ending anti-drug cooperation in Afghanistan...
Russian Federal Drug Control Service (FDCS) head Victor Ivanov yesterday dramatized the insanity of the Obama Administration's sanctions against Russia and the disruption of G-8 summit preparations...
While "cannabis professionals," lobbyists for the "National Cannabis Industry [sic] Association" paraded freely through the halls and offices of the U.S. Capitol this week, demanding changes to the tax codes to remove pesky regulations which prohibit companies involved in drug-trafficking from deducting "normal" business expenses from their tax payments, the head of the U.S.
While AG Holder told a U. of Virginia audience Feb. 13 that "We will be issuing some new rules, I think very soon" to allow banks to handle marijuana distributors stashes of cash and give them pot credit cards...
Thursday's Washington Times featured a long article which explained that the recent spate of marijuana-legalization measures is not a sudden up-swelling by an American population yearning to be high, but rather a campaign by billionaire George So
Governor Patrick Duval of Massachusetts declared a public health emergency on March 27, responding to the dramatic rise of heroin use, addiction and related deaths due to overdose, which have reached epidemic proportions.
In putting Viktor Ivanov, head of the Russian Federal Drug Control Service (FDCS), on the sanctions list and visa ban, President Obama has taken a step that is going to anger many in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Treasury, and military who have been cooperating with the Russians for a massive international expansion of Afghan heroin anti-narcotics efforts.
Russia and its Federal Drug Control Service head, Victor Ivanov, are launching a major offensive to force the G8 countries into action against the Dope, Inc. heroin and cocaine plagues.