Homeless barbadian nabbed in UK during $1.2 million dollar drugs haul

Don’t you think they should just let Bobbies or the SAS have a go at finding Osama Bin Laden? Think they’d do a way better job than the CIA…

Look how busy they are preventing crap in Glasgow or catching those subway attackers, etc. Their latest escapade netted a stupid Bajan near London, here’s what ic-SouthLondon had to say on the huge dragnet

A TEENAGE drugs mule caught with nearly a third of a million pounds worth of cocaine strapped around her body has been jailed.

Bridget Chanel, 18, was arrested at Gatwick Airport after she landed on a flight from Barbados on April 18.

Two people who travelled with her were also sentenced at Croydon Crown Court on Thursday. All pleaded guilty to a joint charge of smuggling.

They were Chanel, of Dulwich Road, Herne Hill; Carmel Forbes,20, of Baldry Gardens, Streatham; and Cory Douglas, 27, a Barbadian with no fixed address in the UK.

Is there really enough money in the world to make me risk my butt getting perforated in Harrison’s Point? I don’t think so – then again, while the UK’s law are great at apprehending perps, they have another problem with their containment (It’s not that they escape, but then – why should they, huh?)…

Anyway, the homeless Baje will not have an easy botsy until 2015, but the other two got 7.5 and seven years in descending order of their ages it seems.

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  1. Bourney man you mekin sport right? How de SAS men gine go lookin trou all dem mountains fuh Osama bin Forgotten when dem got dem hands full already helpin out Britain’s Afghanistan war lord allies? De self same warlord allies dat now mekkin money enough off de opium and heroin trade the Taliban had shut down.

    Britain is protecting the biggest heroin crop of all time


    That is about the only good thing you can say about the Taliban; there are plenty of very bad things to say about them. But their suppression of the opium trade and the drug barons is undeniable fact.

    Now we are occupying the country, that has changed. According to the United Nations, 2006 was the biggest opium harvest in history, smashing the previous record by 60 per cent. This year will be even bigger.

    Our economic achievement in Afghanistan goes well beyond the simple production of raw opium. In fact Afghanistan no longer exports much raw opium at all. It has succeeded in what our international aid efforts urge every developing country to do. Afghanistan has gone into manufacturing and ‘value-added’ operations.

    It now exports not opium, but heroin. Opium is converted into heroin on an industrial scale, not in kitchens but in factories. Millions of gallons of the chemicals needed for this process are shipped into Afghanistan by tanker. The tankers and bulk opium lorries on the way to the factories share the roads, improved by American aid, with Nato troops.

    How can this have happened, and on this scale? The answer is simple. The four largest players in the heroin business are all senior members of the Afghan government ? the government that our soldiers are fighting and dying to protect.

    When we attacked Afghanistan, America bombed from the air while the CIA paid, armed and equipped the dispirited warlord drug barons ? especially those grouped in the Northern Alliance ? to do the ground occupation. We bombed the Taliban and their allies into submission, while the warlords moved in to claim the spoils. Then we made them ministers.


    To understand the vital role the money supplied by the illegal drug trade plays in propping up the “legitimate” banking and financial systems read Catherine Austin Fitts article Narco Dollars for Dummies here: http://www.drugwar.com/fittsnarco1.shtm


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