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VIDEO: "An Unholy Alliance" - Documentary examines CIA and other intelligence agency links to the global drug trade.

Part 1 of 6

YouTube - Parts 2-6;
http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=CE1A9073F24BB00D

Video google (entire film - better frame rate than YouTube version);
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5302066364516949312&hl=en

In 1996, directors Chris Hilton and David Roberts released "An Unholy Alliance" as the second part of a trilogy of documentaries dealing with the global drug trade; with a focus on heroin and opium. The documentary offers a valuable history of the drug trade, with much rare footage, including footage of CIA favorite, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar. Since Hekmatyar is back in the news, now is an important time to remind people of Hekmatyar's dubious past, and his links to the heroin industry in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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Zbigniew Brzezinksi - I would do it all again. Elitist-condescending interview

From the latest issue of American Interest magazine, an interview with Obama foreign policy adviser, Trilateralist, Soviet-phobe, former National Security Adviser and Rockefeller stooge Zbigniew Brzezinski. Notice the condescending tone that this lich evokes towards the general public. We are imbeciles in his opinion.

//www.the-american-interest.com/ai2/article.cfm?Id=424&MId=19

AI: I have just three specific and related questions for you, Zbig. The first is about Afghanistan, then and now, and the supposed lingering burdens of certain key decisions made when you were National Security Advisor to President Carter. The second is about how, as you’ve put it many times, we need to understand complex parts of the world for what they are, rather than impose our own preconceptions on them. And the third concerns how well the intelligence community serves us in this regard.

Zbigniew Brzezinski: OK, sounds like fun.