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The CIA is dropping Burmese bombs on China

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The CIA's opium and heroin cash cow playground since the 1950s: The Golden Triangle, where Burma/Myanmar, Thailand and Laos all coverge -- right on China's border. (image by

Mystery bombs have fallen twice on China, from Myanmar. The first time, March 13, killed five Chinese and injured eight. On May 14th, another one was dropped, injuring five villagers.

Cui bono? This is the Latin phrase that means, "Who benefits?" Only one organization gets anything out of sending bombs across the border from Myanmar, into China: America's CIA. The CIA has been running the multi-billion dollar opium and heroin empire in the Golden Triangle, since the 1950s. It has also been funding and abetting the separatist rebels in Northern Myanmar, which happens to be right on China's border. It's all about destabilizing and wreaking havoc on China, just like in Tibet and Xinjiang. This has been the undivided passion of the US and its CIA, since Mao took power in 1949, thereby liberating China from the West. Not to mention, the Chinese and Burmese now have large gas and oil pipelines running right through rebel territory, on their way to the Burmese coast, to send hydrocarbons to China. The US would give anything to muck this operation up. But the Chinese smell a red, white and blue rat, and are handling this tender box with rational aplomb. Check out all the details and analysis here:


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The CIA is dropping Burmese bombs on China