CIA at it again in Afghanistan

A report on the radio came through that the UN report on Drugs reported an increase of 59% in opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan's South region. That's an alarming increase considering it's a country that is currently occupied by US Military. I just recently saw a documentry made by a ex- LAPD Narcotics Officer Mike Ruppert, called "The Truth And Lies of 911". It talks of the CIA's involvment of the smuggling of cocaine from Columbia into US Air Bases since the early 80's. We hear tidbits now and again of soldiers or officers that got busted with drugs on them whilst in other countries. Most of them would have been set-ups to get rid of those people who may have inadvertently stumbled across thier operations, or were trying to get a bigger slice of the pie. There were 4 soldiers in a South American Country recently caught. A couple of sailors in Australian waters busted with drugs. Thats only the tip of the iceberg of the CIA's operations. So I did some research and along with the above mentioned documentry it seems the increase can be put squarely at the CIA's feet. Just like it does in Columbia, so it does in Afghanistan. Here is an interesting article I found via 'Google' about the US Defence forces involvment in Drugs. There is mountains of reports and investigations linking the uS to large scale drug importation and production. Why isn't the media reporting this more often. Drugs are a major society problem, and our politicians tell us this all the time, yet in the US there is clear evidence to implicate some ex US presidents involvment in past drug smuggling operations directly or indirectly. This is but one of the many sources of truth. Http://