ISIS Is a Narco-terrorist Army Deployed by the Queen's Dope, Inc.

December 9, 2015

ISIS is functioning like any other narco-terrorist tool in the British Empire's Dope, Inc. armamentarium, and is increasingly involved in the multi-billion-dollar Afghan heroin trade. This reality is being insistently pointed to by Russian officials and media outlets, for the world to better understand what the war against ISIS really involves.

The Dec. 7 RT quotes from a recent study by the IHS Conflict Monitor, which reports that ISIS's control over illegal oil shipments is not the major source of their financing. Some 43% of ISIS's income comes from oil, the prestigious British defense and security analysis firm reports, but 50% comes from "taxation of all business activities on the territories under their control [including] trafficking of antiques and drugs." The article reports that the Russian air strikes against the ISIS oil contraband from Iraq and Syria to Turkey, has really hurt ISIS, and that "for that purpose, ISIS also intends to take under full control heroin production and trafficking in Afghanistan. The terrorists are already making $1 billion a year from Afghan heroin."

That figure of $1 billion comes from Russia's Federal Drug Control Service, which was cited in an earlier Nov. 30 RT piece on ISIS and drugs, which also quoted Russian anti-drug czar Viktor Ivanov from earlier this year:

"The transit of heroin from Afghanistan through the ISIS-controlled territory is huge financial sponsorship. This problem should be raised not only in Moscow, but also in the UN in general, because this is a threat not only to our country, but also European security."

The UN currently estimates the value of Afghan heroin trade at $100 billion per year—something of an underestimate, according to EIR's estimates.

The Nov. 30 RT article also quotes Tom Keatinge of RUSI (Royal United Services Institute), in London, who concurs that

"the terrorists are shifting attention to drug traffic following Russian airstrikes inflicting irreparable damage to oil infrastructure... If you look at the routes that opium takes from Afghanistan, there is a lot of territory controlled by ISIS and therefore they will be making money out of it. It is not clear that they are currently able to control production, but you see more and more reports that they are active in Afghanistan."

RT concludes by quoting Vladimir Markin, the spokesman for Russia's Investigative Committee (a powerful investigative agency within the executive branch of the Russian government): "Daesh [isis] and Al-Nusra Front are nothing but political cronies for massive trafficking of oil, currency, weapons, items of cultural value, transplant organ harvesting and slave trade."