CIA Drug Smuggling in Arkansas
Just south of Little Rock, on August 23, 1987, two teenaged boys were murdered due to witnessing a protected by police drug drop-off. Numerous local, state and federal investigations accused the Mena Intermountain Municipal Airport’s usage as a CIA drop point in large-scale drug trafficking, which took place in the 1980s. It received enormous press coverage, detailing the involvement of many, for instance, former president Bill Clinton.
Not only was Bill Clinton involved, but they laundered money through Little Rock banks, one of which had ties to Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Law Firm. You can view all the evidence laid out in a Documentary on YouTube called: The Clinton Chronicles. From exposing Bill Clintons’ hospital visits for his overuse of cocaine to his rape allegations to murderous cover-ups.
Film director, Ron Howard, is currently making a motion picture about these events, called: Mena, focusing on the notorious CIA pilot cartel drug smuggler Adler Berriman Seal, a.k.a. Barry Seal. The movie is projected for release in January 2017.
1990 Testimony of Nayirah
The Nayirah testimony was a fictional story that the CIA and others created. Before the Congressional Human Rights Caucus on October 10, 1990, a 15-year-old girl shared only her first name, Nayirah. Nayirah admitted that during the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, she had watched Iraqi soldiers remove babies from their incubators in a Kuwaiti hospital. They then would steal the incubators and left the helpless babies to die.
This testimony would be quoted frequently by President George H.W. Bush and many senators in their validation to back Kuwait during the Gulf War. In 1992, it was discovered that Nayirah’s last name was al-Ṣabaḥ and that she was Saud Al-Sabah, the Kuwaiti ambassador to the States. Not only that but, it was also shown that her testimony was fabricated by the Citizens for a Free Kuwait public campaign relations, which the Kuwaiti government operated. This is yet another example of modern-day propaganda at its finest.
In the early 1960s, American military leaders would set forth plans to gain public support to war with Cuba to force Fidel Castro from power. One objective was to shoot people on the streets dressed as Cubans and blow up bombs in various US cities acting as Castro’s doing. Or, they thought of blowing up a ship filled with Cuban refugees, pretending it was a US military ship. Another incredible idea was to have a plane take off from Miami, Florida, filled with CIA agents, posing as if they were college students. A brief time later, it would land on a secret base, where an identical empty remote-controlled drone plane would then replace it and be blown up, blaming the Soviets stationed in Cuba. Shockingly, these plans were approved by the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Thankfully, President Kennedy vetoed Operation Northwood’s, and some would claim these actions led to his assassination. Northwood’s would remain secret for over 40 years.
They first exposed Italy in 1990, called: Operation Gladio, with over 40 years of secret operatives. Associates of this mission explained that similar projects occurred in most countries of Western Europe. Operation Gladio was made up of top-secret organizations. In 14 European countries, they kept them secret from the host country’s governments – being organized by others, such as; the CIA, which involved anti-communist endeavours, involving anti-democratic protests and fictitious terrorism.
It was all precisely documented by historian Daniele Ganser in his book titled: NATO’s Secret Armies. One of if not the most thrilling books ever to be discarded by the corporate media. The evidence is so appalling most citizens would most likely discount it.
CIA Operated Black Sites
Set up not long after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the CIA built sites throughout the world to torture people, which would be known as the “Black Sites.” The first black site was set up in Thailand. The first prisoner was a top al-Qaida member, Abu Zubaydah, arrested in a shoot-out in Pakistan. Shortly after that, they used interrogation procedures on him that is considered torture under international law (such as long periods of standing, beatings and waterboarding).
Claims that the United States was unlawfully holding terror defendants at secret prisons in Thailand made the Thai government in 2003 close the CIA-run prisons. The year after, another black site in Guantanamo Bay was closed as well.
“I am not here to build a business; I am not here to build a corporation; Not here to build Schools; I am not here to build churches—I am no Mother Theresa. What I will do, though, is—lead a legacy.”
– Dean Mathers