The Longer Washington Stays In, the More Drugs Fly Out of Afghanistan | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

The Longer Washington Stays In, the More Drugs Fly Out of Afghanistan

According to official reports, after almost two decades of continuous deployment of several thousand US and NATO servicemen in Afghanistan, the level of production and drug trafficking has increased by 1,000% compared to levels in 2001, the year Washington announced its intentions to invade Afghanistan. There’s no logical explanation American political figures can provide us for this fact, since among the stated goals of the persistent military presence of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan includes both fighting against terrorism and combating drug trafficking.

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