Britain´s Asian Heroin Gangs

Documentary providing an undercover investigation and insight into Britain's growing Asian heroin gang problem. Thanks to BritainDivided for the upload

Few facts revealed..

- Mainly Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Hindu heroin gangs operating all over UK
- Involved at every level of trade, from smuggling to money laundering
- Using seemingly legitimate cash businesses as fronts
- Taxi's frequently used to delivery drugs around collect money
- Close-knit communities used to protect and conceal the trade and dealers
- Dealers offer free heroin to young people to get them hooked
- 7 tons of heroin smuggled into Britain from Pakistan, India and Bangladeshi every year
- 90% of heroin gets through and onto the streets, worth an estimated £2 billion pounds.
- 1kg of heroin sold in UK linked to at least 1,000 crimes.
- Heroin dealing linked to terrorism and Afghan war
- Heroin destroys lives, families and communities

A few years ago Daily Star ran a revealing article interviewing the pushers, quotes below:
“The UK’s heroin trade is increasing at an alarming rate and most of the cash helps arm terrorists with bombs and guns.”
The US has already been ­targeted in the evil campaign which mirrors a terror plot in the new James Bond novel Devil May Care.
Between 1990 and 2005 Taliban-linked drug peddler Haji Baz Mohammed raked in a staggering £17billion by pouring heroin into North America.
He told a US court that “selling heroin was a jihad because they were taking Americans’ money and the heroin was killing them”.
A street level pusher said the following:

“The big bosses have Taliban and al-Qaida connections and we’re often told only to deal it to non-Muslims. They call it ­chemical jihad and hope to ruin lives while ­getting massive payouts at the same time.

“I’m more interested in the money. I knock it out to anyone, ­whatever their beliefs.

“But there are lots of big-­hitters who only sell to non-Muslims – to poison them.”
People interested in the use of drugs as a weapon of war and demoralization, might want to read the symposium "Sex, Drugs and Psychological Warfare"

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Frank Kitman