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Q: Poppy fields in Afghanistan to DPRK ICE labs

Here is something I didn't know until today.
Seams Afghanistan isn't the only government santioned drug industry provider .
http://www.9news.com.au/world/2017/09/13/11/07/north-korean-crystal-meth...

5 weeks 4 days ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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Ha ha. The war on drugs.

I dont do drugs. I do booze as you know. And yup, I konw the legal latter is more destructive then the illegal former.

The brits paid Afghan poppy farmers to stop growing. They took the money and kept growing.

Maybe kim has a plan simialar to the one BHGAL posted the other day. But instead of phones, drop drugs over America. Smile

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Avi: Should I call you Bullet? Tooth?

Bullet Tooth Tony: You can call me Susan if it makes you happy. 

 

I call him 'Pot Belly Jr.' .... 

 Is North Korea Using Bitcoin To Get Around UN Sanctions?

“We definitely see sanctions being a big lever driving this sort of activity...North Korea has an army of hackers who are constantly targeting South Korea, the hectic trading hub for cryptocurrency."

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