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    Lightbulb “Unrestricted Warfare” — Chinese Communists Trafficking Fentanyl

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    NEW YORK — Chinese nationals were arrested for importing fentanyl in the U.S. The communist crime ring uses websites located in China to sell “furanyl fentanyl, U-47700, and methoxyacetyl fentanyl,” according to the indictment.

    China trafficks 70 percent of the illicit fentanyl and fentanyl analogs that enter the United States, according to U.S. government commissions. Synthetic opioids such as fentanyl killed more than 32,000 Americans last year.

    The People’s Liberation Army published a book called “Unrestricted Warfare” that describes using drug warfare as a trafficking strategy to infiltrate the United States. Creating American corruption is the “overriding element” governing why Beijing is engaging in drug warfare.

    Poisoning people with drugs is not the No. 1 reason for drug traffcking, but instead, generating illegal money that can be used to bribe American officials is the main goal, according to communist sources.

    “What is it to China if a bunch of kids do drugs? The People’s Liberation Army gets more out of drug trafficking when they get a bank dirty — or when sheriffs, counterintelligence officers, judges and politicians get dirty,” according to Jeff Nyquist, a researcher of Chinese and Russian strategy.

    President Donald Trump has accused China of…
    “Unrestricted Warfare”
    (published by the People’s Liberation Army):
    https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Jour...icted-Warfare/

    Full story:
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/chines...s_3110200.html
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    It's amazing that this intelligence is printed in the public domain, but not in the SSO hotsheet to warn detectives, supervisors and deputies about this stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowen Xiao View Post
    The People’s Liberation Army published a book called “Unrestricted Warfare” that describes using drug warfare as a trafficking strategy to infiltrate the United States. Creating American corruption is the “overriding element” governing why Beijing is engaging in drug warfare. Poisoning people with drugs is not the No. 1 reason for drug traffcking, but instead, generating illegal money that can be used to bribe American officials is the main goal, according to communist sources.
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    A friend of mine that's a anesthesiologist explained to me that prior to last year, Fentanyl was able to flood the streets by the connex, shipped from mostly China, but sometimes Pakistan. It was largely unregulated and on the customs paperwork it was often labeled for equine use.

    Obviously the DEA was asleep at the wheel for many years on this issue.

    Fentanyl was and still is the root cause of the majority of overdoses, which imho often get blamed on other opiods. Heroin addicts think their playing with heroin, and instead playing Russian roulette with Chinese Fentanyl. On paper they blame Fentanyl for at least 50% of the overdose deaths, I believe it to be higher.

    Luckily laws were passed closing some of the veterinarian loopholes with this drug to stem its flow from China.

    In hospices they use Fentanyl patches to alleviate suffering as there's nothing stronger at this time. Thanks to the Chinese flooding our streets with this stuff, it's the sole reason I keep Narcan in my vehicle's first aid kit.

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