Blight devastates Afghan poppy crop; prices soar | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Blight devastates Afghan poppy crop; prices soar

Afghanistan's opium yield is likely to drop as much as 30 percent this year because blight is destroying fields full of poppies in the south — driving up prices amid a countrywide push to grow legal crops, a U.N. official said Thursday.

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Now, let's see. Russia is suffering thousands of overdose deaths every year. Russia asks the United States to halt the flow of opium coming from Afghanistan and the US refuses, saying that those poor farmers would not have any means to earn a living without opium. Of course, those farmers got along just fine when the Taliban shut down the drug trade. And we have photos of US soldiers actually protecting those poppy fields!

And all of a sudden a "blight" hits those poppy fields!

Kinda makes you wonder!

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