Comments on: Dirty money and the war in Afghanistan Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: pakistan Sat, 27 Mar 2010 09:57:27 +0000 Is the US army there to fight the afghans or to control their finances and weaponry. Or the new slogan win the mind and hearts of the people there?
Just be brave and fight them, others before you have fought them and did not care about diversios.
If one is worried about the grug trade, just get hold of all the US citizens on drugs and supply them with the mexican and colombian drugs openly or sent all the drug addicts to rehablitation centres in the US. the afghan drug dealers would be soon out of business, and the farmers would restart growing fruit orchards.
Rex Minor

By: officestory Mon, 22 Mar 2010 03:22:16 +0000 it seems the goverment has no time to tackle the afghanistan reform,financial reform,unemploymet…

By: Dr.Stark Sun, 21 Mar 2010 22:19:41 +0000 Prohibition is the reason for the illegal drug trade. Does the taliban brew beer and sell it around the world? They would if you outlawed alcohol again. I would rather see heroin addicts get clean drugs easier than see the taliban gain more financial power.

The war on drugs in America has lasted over 40 years and cost over $1 trillion, and what do we have to show for it? Drugs are still available in every high school in America. Why would the next 40 years be any different?

By: Ghandiolfini Sun, 21 Mar 2010 11:17:51 +0000 The Islamic Bank of Hawala (IBH), this has a nice ring to it. No interest, barter dividend only.

As long as we don’t recognise the fact that that their are the following ruling forces within and across borders, we will always fall back into the same intellectual trap as above:

1. Elected governments and kingdoms;
2. Banks and Insurers;
3. Financial markets;
4. Traders;
5. Illicit trades’ leaders;
6. Consumers’ supply and demand;
7. The ‘Invisible Hand’.

NATO is being bankrolled, while at the same time, being taken for a huge ride. This is the greatest of all Ponzi schemes. It almost resembles a self-inflicted Fatwa.

It is like this whole “West” thing. There is no more West there is Asia, excl. Russia and the Rest, just as it is with religious groupings.

By: rollzone Sun, 21 Mar 2010 02:04:55 +0000 hello. i do not understand from where the Hawaladeer derives his money: which can not be traced, nor regulated. is it just that the bad guys exchange credits from sales, to obtain explosives? it is a direct transaction between the drug salesman and the explosives salesman, but somehow the middlemen profit credits as well? is this a test for the new credit system we are heading to, which eliminates money altogether? or what it is based upon? and in the future without money, actions will be intractable?

By: Story_Burn Sun, 21 Mar 2010 00:10:21 +0000 HBC, you’re right about everybody hating the US, mainly because we police the world when we have no right to do so

By: HBC Sat, 20 Mar 2010 02:26:02 +0000 When you say Dirty Money, everyone immediately thinks “Pentagon”.

And they’re right.

By: Story_Burn Sat, 20 Mar 2010 01:55:12 +0000 We need to get the heck out of Afghanistan and Iraq and let the neigboring countries deal with Al Qaeda and the Taliban