CCPandDPRK turn Chinese into drug add...

CCPandDPRK turn Chinese into drug addicts

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Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#1 Aug 8, 2012
Check out THIS story on how two unaccountable, illegitimate dictatorships are turning Chinese into DRUG ADDICTS to line the Cadres' pockets!

Just like a "21st Century Opium Trade", but this time it is the current temporary "government" in China TURNING ITS OWN PEOPLE INTO ADDICTS TO HELP FUND A FELLOW DICTATORSHIP!

see:

Why Is China Indifferent to North Korea's Drug Exports?

Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#2 Aug 8, 2012
Meanwhile, CCP criminals BOAST about drugging their own people and (they dream) all of mankind with the crappy, dangerous "CCP Drugs":

Glory of one-party communism is indeed ‘a drug’ smiles Chinese official
July 31, 2012
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Dope News: A senior Chinese official broke a wry smile this afternoon when discussing the accusations levelled against swimmer Ye Shiwen, admitting that in some senses ‘the American was right’.

“Who can question the intoxicating effects of the revolutionary mandate?” he asked a group of junior officials, smoking elegantly, his eyes darting from one face to the next with a wild, raffish intelligence.

“Is there any greater performance enhancement than seizing the means of production, distribution and exchange? Can one have any higher grade ‘dope’ coursing through one’s very veins than the glory of all China?”

“Yes,” he hissed, crushing out his cigarette on the floor as he leant closer to his rapt audience,“the fat American coach, bloated with free-market morality, making the cheap wine of failure from his ‘sour grapes’– this man is correct! We do have an ‘unfair advantage’– the life-giving radiance of our glorious party!”

“If the liberation of mankind is a drug, then China is but the needle,” he said, rolling up his sleeve to show off his pronounced veins.“And as gold after gold falls into our laps, the People’s Republic will press down the plunger into the quivering organs of the world!”

At that point a cleaner entered and reminded the delegates that there was no smoking in the men’s toilets or indeed anywhere in the Olympic park.

Story: Jasper Gibson
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#3 Aug 8, 2012
Note how the Chinese Communist Party thug is only "Lord of the Toilet" so long as his audience is mostly quivering, snivelling CCP underlings! The JANITOR sends him packing and puts him in his place!

He reminds me of the deluded Qing dynasty Emperors, boasting of their superiority whilst slipping farther and farther behind..........or the failed Soviet propagandists, chanting the same made-up BS over and over until the moment of "glasnost", when EVERYTHING CHANGED IN AN INSTANT.......
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#4 Aug 8, 2012
North Korea: Drugs Rampant, Even Among Teens
Posted 17 January 2011 11:12 GMT

North Korean insiders and defectors have testified that drugs are widespread in North Korea. Most recent reports told that drugs are popular gifts among teens and even ordinary middle-class citizens are frequently abusing them. The Kim regime's policy to earn foreign currency by drug trafficking had backfired and undermined already devastated public health.

Image of Opium Poppy Flower, By Alvesgaspar, Creative Commons 3.0
Blogger 푸른&# 44611;발 (: Blue Flag) who works in the media field, wrote [ko] how innocent kids have become drug addicts.
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Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#5 Aug 8, 2012
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Children are no exception. Calling the poppy plant,‘White Bellflower’(Technical Name: Platycodon grandiflorus),‘Medical Cigarette’ or ‘Foreign currency earning herb’, the regime mobilized children in seeding, cultivating and gathering of poppy plants. They preferred children because adults are highly likely to steal them. The younger the children are, the less the possibility of theft. The kids often plucked and nibbled bloomed flower buds and ate poppy seeds as a snack. People used the raw opium as an emergency medicine and frequently dissolved it into water to drink it. As kids got familiar with the drug, more have gradually turned addicts.
The blogger quoted testimony of Ju Sung-ha, North Korean defector-turned journalist who now works for DongA Ilbo, South Korea's conservative media. Ju runs Nambuk Story [ko](full name:서울 에서 쓰는 평양 이야&# 44592;, Pyeongyang's Story Writing in Seoul) a famous blog with 1 million subscribers which gives detailed portraits of North Korean society.

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Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#6 Aug 8, 2012
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To disguise the plant (as an ordinary herb) they even gave a fake name to the poppy,‘the white bellflower' and planted it in one of most fertile land[…] In July, young students were called in to extract the undiluted opium solution and some passed out due to the disgusting smell of the opium. The paramedics were standing on call near the end of the poppy field. After extracting the poppy solution, the fruit was left with nut-flavoring yellow seeds the size of millet. The seeds were a popular snack among kids and many have turned into opium addicts.
The North Korean military which are supposed to control drug trafficking are believed to be the most fervent traders of drugs. A South Korean blog, NK Inside posted a video of illegal poppy trade done by North Korean military officials.

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Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#7 Aug 8, 2012
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Can North Korean military get more corrupted? It is already general knowledge that the illegal drug trade is rampant near the border area, but the North Korean army went wild with the drug. Shocking. I heard that North Korean-made drugs are easily accessible in China. Since these three, the drug trade, counterfeit money circulation and human trafficking are pillars that hold up the Kim Jong-il regime, North Korean society will be further devastated.
The Daily NK, a Seoul-based online media, is run by many North Korean defectors who have often been blackmailed by the North Korean regime for revealing dark aspects of North Korean society. They reported with a sensational title [ko],‘Drug, the most popular birthday gifts among NK teens.’ The article claimed that drugs which only the affluent class could afford had trickled down to the middle-class. According to the report, students inhale them from a pen or 5,000 Won bill, which has Kim Il-sung's portrait, and some young girls barter sex to get more drugs. It later added that even after the North Korean government dispatched a censorship task force, no breakthrough has yet been made. North Korean insiders commented that ‘since the drug users are children of high-profile government workers in the ruling Worker’s Union or from the very affluent class, the censorship office is having a hard time in strictly applying the law.

Radio Free Asia(RFA) reported a very similar story [ko], quoting one laborer saying that since the work was too burdensome and people were conscripted in freezing weather, all members of his labor force had drugs. And thanks to the drug's effect, he said ‘they ran, almost flew about 12 kilometer towing sledges.' This shocking revelation has been partly confirmed by North Korean defectors. One young defector boy is believed to have entered a rehabilitation center right after successfully fleeing to South Korea.

A Seoul-based think tank run by defectors, North Korea Intellectuals Solidarity also posted a similar insider video of the illicit drug trade [ko].(Posting No. 247, video currently unavailable)

Blogger Citrain64 posted an analysis of the reason for the drugs outbreak. The blogger wrote that the drugs which the rich class used to buy to show-off their wealth are now consumed by ordinary citizens, out of necessity.

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Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#8 Aug 8, 2012
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[…] The North Korean government is taking the lead in producing and trafficking drugs[…] Some of it is sold outside and some is circulating inside the North. Recently-defected people even commented ‘In North Korea, getting drugs is easier than getting aspirin'[…] An absolute shortage of medicine: Not only the rich but middle class people are regularly using drugs.[…] The most common disease among North Koreans is frostbite. People search after drugs to cure frostbite because they lack proper medicine. Beside frostbite, to cure tuberculosis and digestive system inflammation, they drink boiled water containing the poppy flower and eat boiled poppy leaves.
The blogger added that the lack of any public campaign on the dangers of drugs has also contributed to the worsening situation. Those stories quoting North Korean defectors or insiders are considered not entirely reliable, since many of them tend to dramatize the real story. But the repetitive confessions about drug abuse mean it is not entirely a made-up story. In January 2002, Japanese officials seized 150 kilograms of methamphetamine from a North Korean vessel, and in July 2002, Taiwan government officials apprehended 9 men carrying 79 kilograms of heroin, according to a Heritage Foundation report.

Written by Lee Yoo Eun
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#9 Aug 8, 2012
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#10 Aug 8, 2012
China and North Korea’s Growing Drug Problem
by smurfystew on February 26, 2012 · Comments (2)

in Korea

Over the last several years, there has been a steady increase in the number of reported drug smuggling cases along the Chinese/North Korean border. Most of the smuggling suspects have been North Koreans, but Chinese authorities have been reluctant to react to the cross-border dealings of it’s close ally and neighbour. The surge of narcotics, mostly methamphetamines, coming into China from North Korea has created wide-spread addiction problems in Chinese provinces that share a border with North Korea.

A Chinese woman smokes bingdu, or crystal meth, in Yunnan province, PRC - Image from Democratic Voice of Burma via SINO-NK
According to a Newsweek article that ran in June of 2011, the incidence of addiction in Chinese border provinces has sky-rocketed in recent years.

Twenty years ago, Yanji (50 miles from the North Korean border) had only 44 registered drug addicts. Last year, the city registered almost 2,100 drug addicts, according to a 2010 Brookings Institution report, with more than 90 percent of them addicted to meth or similar synthetic drugs. Local officials acknowledge that this is very likely a gross undercount and that the actual number may be five or six times higher.“Jilin Province is not only the most important transshipment point for drugs from North Korea into China, but has itself become one of the largest markets in China for amphetamine-type stimulants,” the Brookings report said.

Newsweek went on to quote a Chinese anti-drug official on the matter,

“We don’t publicize” the drugs coming from North Korea because it would touch on “the good relationship between China and North Korea,” an official, requesting anonymity, from Jilin’s anti-drug unit says. But he adds,“Of all the drugs we’ve seized this year, it’s mostly been ice, because that’s our main drug here.”

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It seems that there is money being made from this human tragedy on both sides of the border. Both the Chinese and North Korean governments claim they are cracking down on drug trade at their borders, but in reality the problem is getting worse. News reports show growing addiction problems on both sides of the border. The North’s drug smuggling has gotten so out of hand that South Korean officials have begun to worry aloud that the North might flood their country with narcotics. If North Korea and China wanted to put a stop to all the drugs that are flowing between their border, they could. The simple fact is, the elite in both countries are paid off well enough to turn a blind eye to the problem. As a result, meth and other illicit drugs flow across the border with ease and there are too many addicts to even count. The social impact of a drug problem on this magnitude has not yet been fully released or considered by either government, but the ramifications are going to take generations to overcome. Chinese and North Korean officials have put money over people and are complacent in turning their own citizens into junkies. Is there no shame any more?

The full lengthy piece can be found at;
http://www.asiapundits.com/regions/korea/chin...
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#11 Aug 8, 2012
"...Chinese and North Korean officials have put money over people and are complacent in turning their own citizens into junkies. Is there no shame any more?"

Pretty much sums up this new "Opium Trade" into China, but it is no "foreign imperialists" lining their pockets by turning Chinese into addicts.......it is the failing Leninist gangs that pose as "patriots" and "governments" while they are in fact nothing of the sort.

Poor China. Once the CCP gets a real taste of this lucrative trade, the Chinese junkies will number in the hundreds of millions.
OVERTHROW the CCP PIGS

Canada

#12 Aug 9, 2012
This is SICK, but TYPICAL of these illegitimate and unaccountable dictatorships!

A new OPIUM WAR?

CCP/DPRK vs. THE PEOPLE OF CHINA?

Go China!

OVERTHROW THE CCP DRUG PUSHERS!
OVERTHROW the CCP PIGS

Canada

#13 Aug 9, 2012
This issue is a good indicator of how much the CCP and DPRK dictators think of their own people.

Little, except how they can be used for profit!
OVERTHROW THE CCP PIGS

Canada

#14 Aug 9, 2012
Mirolyuba wrote:
"...Chinese and North Korean officials have put money over people and are complacent in turning their own citizens into junkies. Is there no shame any more?"
Pretty much sums up this new "Opium Trade" into China, but it is no "foreign imperialists" lining their pockets by turning Chinese into addicts.......it is the failing Leninist gangs that pose as "patriots" and "governments" while they are in fact nothing of the sort.
Poor China. Once the CCP gets a real taste of this lucrative trade, the Chinese junkies will number in the hundreds of millions.
The CCP Cadres are addicted to money, so the Chinese people's children will be addicted to drugs. Sucks being a slave used and abused by criminals. But that is the fate of the Chinese people, unless they free themselves fromn this repulsive and corrupt regime.
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#15 Aug 9, 2012
It is sad and tragic how the Chinese Communist Party criminals have used and abused and humiliated and degraded the Chinese people over the last 60 years.

I love China, but the disgusting CCP turns my stomach and fills me with disgust and overwhelming pity for the peoples of China, too beaten down and terrorized and kept ignorant by the CCP to challenge the criminal regime thus far.

But things are changing fast,
and the CCP will not last.
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#16 Aug 9, 2012
Good info. on the CCP's closest ally and fellow criminal regime narco-state here:

http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil...
OVERTHROW THE CCP PIGS

Canada

#17 Aug 10, 2012
You know this story is factual, because the CCP lackeys FEAR TO POST EVEN A DENIAL, and only try to DESPERATELY BURY THIS THREAD!
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#18 Aug 13, 2012
The CCP must of course HIDE from this detailed evidence that clearly shows the Chinese Communist Party is SELLING DRUGS TO THE CHINESE PEOPLE TO LINE THE POCKETS OF THE CADRES!

CCP = DRUG DEALERS

What CAN the CCP do but hide?
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#19 Aug 15, 2012
Will the "wu mao" be able to spam enough to hide these HORRIBLE FACTS about the CCP?
OVERTHROW THE CCP PIGS

Canada

#20 Aug 16, 2012
The CCP are SELLING OPIUM to the Chinese people, as DRUG ADDICTS are easier to CONTROL!

So cruel and sick, this regime!

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