Invader Submarine Intercepted By U.S. Coast Guard

Footage has emerged of an invader submarine vessel being intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard yesterday (12/7/19). American President Donald Trump dispersed the footage to the world via his twitter account while commending the bravery of Coast Guard staff.

The incident demonstrates the lengths that outside forces will go to profit from the poisoning of Americans and other western nations. The specific intercept in the video linked to the Coast Guard website is only one siezure of a number conducted by the Coast Guard Cutter Munro vessel. The Munro team captured more than 17,500 kilograms of cocaine and 423 kilograms of marijuana in separate hauls during the period of May through to July. The seizures were made off the coast of Mexico, Central America and South America.

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Coast Guard Officer Eyes The Drug Smuggling Submarine

As earlier stated the incident illustrates clearly the depths that outsiders are willing to plunge in order to break America down and profit from the eventual implosion. Mexican drug cartels see the Americans as a market for their addictive, life destroying drugs and also have the added bonus of inflicting pain upon American families whose children fall victim to drug pushers. It’s ‘two birds with one stone’ for the enemies of the west. They make a financial profit, while in the meantime they get to witness the gradual decline of western culture through the misuse of illegal substances.

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In Australia no such drug captures have been made, but that’s no guarantee that such methods have not been employed by sinister forces. Drug hauls in Australia have been of a more conventional style with a recent seizure of sea cargo from Thailand, recouping almost 1.6 tonnes of ice and 37 kilograms of heroine. Make no mistake though, many Australian citizens are also involved in the import of addictive drugs that contribute to the west’s social and cultural demise.

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Hatch door opened on drug smuggling invader submarine.

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