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Taliban: If You Can't Beat Them, Buy Them

Mosaic Intelligence Report, Video, Jamal Dajani Posted: Oct 30, 2009

Editor's Note:The story the New York Times published this week on Hamid Karzai's drug-dealing brother Ahmed Wali and his ties to the CIA is very revealing, considering it comes just few days before Afghanistan's run-off election; however, it is not the real news. It has been rumored for years that Wali has been involved in opium trafficking and has been receiving payments from the CIA. The big story is the United States' government plan to buy out the Taliban -- officially, so to speak.




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