The link between Mike Richards, Oxycodone and Afghanistan

Rumors are swirling about once-great NHL superstar Mike Richards’ contract termination.

The claim is he was busted on the US/Canadian border for possession of Oxycodone.

What is Oxycodone?

In simple speak, it is an opioid found in Persian poppy.

Opium can be manufactured into codeine and morphine.

Both are (currently) legal pain-killers here in the States.

Oxycodone goes by several trade names including Roxicodone, OxyContin, Oxecta, OxyIR, Endone and Oxynorm.

If the rumors are true, it makes no sense.

Because Oxycodone is legal to own in both the USA and Canada.

This reminds me of the Taliban and Al Qaeda…

The US military claims they invaded Afghanistan because of 9/11.

It was Jimmy Carter’s National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski that orchestrated the funding of America’s most wanted terror organization.

… Brzezinski admitted on CNN that the U.S. organized and supported Bin Laden and the other originators of “Al Qaeda” in the 1970s…

But the war on terror is just a magic trick…

The real reason US troops regularly patrol Afghanistan is to protect the valuable opium crops.

In fact, Opium production in Afghanistan has been on the rise since the U.S. occupation started in 2001.

The war on drugs is a sick joke on us.

Marketers know this as the principle of scarcity.

It is also known as the “not for you” scheme.

Because when most people are told they cannot have something, they want it even more.

And that is how you hook the world into addictive drug taking.

Solution: Nancy Reagan was right – just say no to drugs.

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