It’s surprising that it took Steve Bannon‘s Breibart News to highlight that President Trump did not explicitly address the high levels of opium production in Afghanistan, a lucrative source of funding for the Taliban.
Of course, it took an op-ed from Russian news agency RT to further highlight:
Explore Google’s response to the question, ‘Who is involved in the Afghanistan drug trade‘?
Close examination of the evidence will highlight a strong correlation between President Obama’s policy in Afghanistan and America’s opioid epidemic.
According to Wikipedia, Steve Bannon’s political views have been described by others as nationalist, right-wing populist, and paleoconservative, adding that he describes himself as an economic nationalist.
When Trump fired Bannon as his Chief Strategist, Bannon threatened to get even with his political enemies in the White House. There’s been widespread conspiracy theory about US opium policy in Afghanistan.
Let’s explore an open question:
Is Steve Bannon about to link the dots concerning US foreign policy in Afghanistan, alleged CIA black ops budgets and North America’s opioid epidemic?