North Korea is starting to produce more opium in a bid to financially prop up its regime following Chinese sanctions on its coal exports. Will its increased opium production make it a target for the U.S. military? History suggests this may be the case.
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I'll bet that more opium is produced in Mexico than in North Korea.
Q: So how come we're not threatening Mexico with aircraft carriers and special forces to kill their leaders?
A: Friendly opium producers (e.g., Afghanistan, Burma, Mexico) get friendly treatment, while hostile drug dealers (e.g., Manuel Noriega, North Korea) get bombed to death.
And by "friendly", I mean those who give the US powers that be their cut of the spoils earned by destroying the souls of our children.
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