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Soros escalates ‘war for dope’ down under

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia

Soros escalates ‘war for dope’ down under

Billionaire British agent George Soros is targeting Aussie kids in his war for drugs, deploying legalisation point-man Ethan Nadelmann to Australia to further his strategy to make changes in Australian drug laws a precedent for legalising dope in the U.S.

Australian parents desperate to save their teenagers from ruined lives as doped-up zombies, will get a kick in the guts today, when Nadelmann, the director of Soros’s Drug Policy Alliance, gets a national audience at the National Press Club in Canberra—sponsored by the National Australia Bank.
Back in 2002, Washington-based Drug Policy Alliance spokesman Robert Sharpe admitted to The West Australian’s Norman Aisbett (30th November, 2002) that their strategy was to use Australia as a stalking horse for drug legalisation in the U.S. “From a selfish perspective of wanting to change US drug laws, we need reform in Australia … to help us pressure our legislators, while also believing it’s right for Australians … [I]f Australia were to dramatically change its drug laws, it would be all over CNN and would impact the debate in the US so much more.”

Drug legalisation is aimed at destroying the sovereignty and functionality of nation-states, by destroying the cognitive capabilities of their peoples. Lawfully, given the history of the 19th century Opium Wars between China and Queen Victoria—when the Crown invoked the principle of “free trade” to militarily force China to open its ports so its population could be doped out by British opium—to this day the drug legalisation agenda is run top-down by the British Crown, through right-wing “free market” think-tanks controlled by the Crown’s Mont Pelerin Society, and, principally, through their one-man nation-wrecker, George Soros.

Kicked off with funds from the highest echelons of the City of London, specifically the Rothschilds, and supervised by Britain’s Lord Malloch-Brown, Soros has waged economic warfare, financed social insurrection and pushed dope legalisation all over the world on behalf of the British Crown.

His most significant recent accomplishment was the election of U.S. President Barack Obama, whom Soros financed from an unknown to pinch the Democratic Party nomination. Obama has done the British bidding on everything, from bailing out Wall Street to imposing a British-style rationed health care system to kill people in the name of balancing the budget; in terms of drugs, he changed U.S. policy in Afghanistan to align with British policy, and ordered U.S. troops to protect the opium crops that flooded the world with heroin and financed Saudi-linked terrorism—only the furious reaction of members of the U.S. government and the Russian government forced Obama to back away from this British policy.
In Australia, Soros is already responsible for an epidemic of drug abuse among youth. His “harm minimisation” agenda, which condones drug use, was adopted by the Australia’s premier drug abuse charity, the Australian Drug Foundation, founded in the boardroom of the ANZ bank, which, backed by Soros and funding from the elite of Australia’s banks, corporations and private family foundations, achieved the widespread adoption of harm minimisation as policy by Australia’s government departments, and social organisations such as the Australian Football League (AFL).

There is a high-level, protected entanglement between Australia’s illegal drug trade, and the political economic system:
• As the sensational book Dope Inc. exposed was true worldwide, Australia’s banks are making a fortune from illegal drugs, by holding billions in black money, estimated by the Australian Federal Police a decade ago to be at least $7 billion; under legalisation, the dope trade will expand exponentially, as will the drug cash flows through the banks;
• The most serious investigation into drug trafficking in Australia, the early-1980s Costigan Royal Commission, which turned up connections to some of Australia’s political and corporate elite, was shut down by the Hawke government, and its relevant findings sealed.
• The Crown’s own charity in Australia, the Queen’s Trust, was a major financial sponsor of the drug legalisation activities of the Australian Drug Foundation.

Citizens Electoral Council leader Craig Isherwood today called for Soros’s drug legalisation agenda and the whole illegal drug scene to be cleaned out from Australia.

“It’s time to get rid of these dope-pushers, for our kids and for our nation,” he said. “And instead of offering that dope-pushing scum Nadelmann the podium at the Press Club, he should be run out of the country.”


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