It's no secret that war is big business. When you look at all of the major conflicts throughout human history such as the American Civil War, WWI, WWII, and the eternal War on Terror. there is always some corporation, financial institution or secret cabal that's always there waiting to pick up the pieces and the HUGE PROFITS on the back end. However, there are other reasons why wars are waged across the world. One of them is population control which is always conveniently overlooked. Population control can also be tied into the elites insatiable need to offer up blood sacrifices to the entities that give them the power to rule and deceive the masses. When you have proxy wars all over the world, the energy released from all the dead soldiers and civilians who were in the middle of these conflicts feed these entities from other realms and they reward the architects of these wars with wealth and occult knowledge. Another reason why these wars are created is because societies need to be destabilized to make them more susceptible to mind control and other forms of subjugation.
A perfect example of this would be the Vietnam War. The actual conflict began in the mid 1950's when the Vietnamese fought off one colonial power (France) only to face another (Communism via Russia and China). The North Vietnamese had already adopted the Communist doctrine and were try to convince their brethren in South Vietnam to follow suit. However, the South wasn't willing to cooperate which led to the beginning of the bloodiest proxy war in modern history. During the Sixties, the Cold War was in full effect, Communism was spreading like crazy throughout the third world. Because western Europe was still recovering from the aftermath of WWII, the U.S. was the only global superpower capable enough to stop it. War hawks of the military-industrial complex saw Vietnam as the perfect opportunity to cash in. JFK saw the writing on the wall and tried to pull the plug on the U.S. involvement in Vietnam. Unfortunately, the PTBs wasn't going to let Kennedy get in the way of their diabolical money-making agenda, so they had him erased. It wasn't the only reason why JFK was "terminated," but I'll delve into that in another article. LBJ didn't waste any time orchestrating the Gulf of Tonkin false flag which compelled the U.S. public to co-sign the shipping of American forces over to a country half way around the world. I'm not going to bother to go over the official statistics of casualties, ammunition used, war tactics. I'm sure you've been overwhelmed with that in every history class you've been in over the past 40 years. However, what many of you may have overlooked was the fact that the Vietnam War was also one of the largest psychological operations/experiments ever devised! I'm sure many of you are shaking your head in disbelief, but I assure you that once I put all the pieces together, it will all make sense.
As I stated earlier in this article, one of the nefarious goals of war is social destabilization. When you look at 1960s America, the country was engulfed in chaos. Because of the blatant and legal enforcement of segregation, Jim Crow laws and oppression of Black Americans, the United States had created a powder keg environment across the nation. The more blacks that were maimed and killed, the greater the chance of powder keg getting ignited. Along with the Civil Rights movement, you also had sectors of the American public who were able to connect the dots and see through the ruse of the Vietnam War. Protests sprung up across the U.S. Young baby boomers began to burn their draft cards. As expected, the U.S. government had to find a way to extinguish the American outrage and maintain the status quo. The last thing the U.S. government needed at the time was a population that was awake and was warming up to the thought of ending the oppression of Black Americans. What was the best way for the government to shut down this brewing rebellion? Heroin.
The Opium Dragon had already entrenched itself within American culture, dating back to the late 1800s. When the U.S. government decided to profit off the opium craze by making it illegal with the Harrison Act of 1914, heroin fell into the background. During the Vietnam War, the soldiers were being bombarded with the horrors and carnage of war daily. Because of all the extreme psychological and physical trauma, they experienced while battling the enemy in the steamy jungles of Vietnam, it was only natural for these soldiers to look for a way to escape the hell that surrounded them. The gateway to temporary bliss was heroin. Because Vietnam is in the middle of the Golden Triangle (the second most prolific opium producing region the world), it would be quite easy for soldiers who were chasing the Dragon to get an easy fix. The soldiers who were lucky enough to come home in one piece, suffered from PTSD and a serious heroin addiction. This is obviously a horrible combination to say the least. These war-weary soldiers would usually ruin their marriages and break up their families because of the self-destructive behavior they developed from being put in a hellish environment. These suddenly divorced soldiers eventually fall deeper into despair and begin to binge on heroin even more to escape the pain of losing their families and demons they saw while fighting in the jungle. The broken families that these soldiers left behind immediately became dysfunctional. The kids, losing their father figure, go down the wrong path and often get caught up in the drug scene themselves.
The main beneficiaries of this social decay are the drug lords and U.S. government. The drug lords make a killing because illegal drugs can be marked up 1000% (thanks to the wonderful Harrison Act). The U.S. government benefits from all angles. How many angles you may ask? Hmmm....let's see. First, law enforcement gets TONS of federal funding to fight the War on Drugs a.k.a. the War Against Black People. Second, the lawyers who represent these drug lords in court are making a king's ransom per hour. Third, all the property seized by the government from said drug lords get sold for millions of dollars at auctions. There's also the tons of dope that's seized during these drug raids that magically disappear before they even make it to evidence. The profits made from the selling of these drugs help fund the shadow government rules and oppresses EVERYBODY in America. Yes, the PTBs knew how the repercussions of heroin-addicted soldiers that returned home from Vietnam would play out. Which is why the Vietnam War was probably the most horrific war/psy-op in American history. Even though the number of casualties on the battlefield were astronomical, the body count in the States continue to rise exponentially, thanks to the opium the U.S. government used to crush the spirit of their soldiers and the American people.