Bitcoin Is A Cleaner Currency Than the Millions of Dollars Used to Fund Drug Trafficking

El Chapo and Pablo Escobar have become household names after rising to become the biggest drug lords responsible for producing and selling narcotics worth millions of dollars.

Nevertheless, their crimes appear less severe when compared to those perpetrated by their prosecutors for many years. After a controversial history of fueling trafficking and proxy wars, the American government can add drug trafficking to its long list of crimes. Those same government institutions that would rule about how cryptocurrencies should be used have committed great sins.

Ross Ulbricht And The Hypocrite Law Enforcement

Ross Ulbricht is currently serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole in a penitentiary in Colorado. His crime was for creating and running a sprawling black-market drugs marketplace. However, his lengthy prison term is not just for trafficking drugs, but it was mainly for engaging in that business without giving the American government a piece of the profits.

Many people believe that Ulbricht’s crime completely pales when compared to those committed by the state’s three-letter enforcement agencies whose influence can be seen across his prosecution.

Although money laundering and drug dealing are unlawful, the hypocrisy exhibited by most law enforcement agencies is breathtaking. Most of these officials who are ready to recommend life sentences for drug dealers think nothing about perpetrating similar crimes.

In some cases, there only a few rogue agents who operate alone, like Shaun Bridges and Carl Force who assisted in arresting Ross Ulbricht while they committed even more serious crimes and also tainted the case’s evidence trail. However, there are yet other severe instances where the government-led malfeasance occurs based on orders from the deep state.

A Brief Look At The Lawlessness Of The American Government

The American government, when it operates through shadowy, untraceable proxies, is considered as the biggest cartel in the entire world. Here are a few of the notable crimes that have been proven to have occurred after the approval of American agencies:

Cocaine trafficking in Nicaragua: Numerous sources allege that the CIA had been associated with the rampant cocaine smuggling that happened during the 80s. The funds collected from these unethical narcotics activities were used for funding Nicaragua’s contra war. This CIA operation was alleged to be pivotal in initiating the cocaine epidemic on major American states.

Marijuana and cocaine in Mexico: CIA operatives are alleged to have supervised the kidnapping and murders of DEA agents in 2013 as they threatened their drug operations in Mexico.

Importing cocaine from Venezuela: After seizing tons of cocaine shipments in Venezuela, it was discovered that the confiscated drugs were being sold on American streets. Although the DEA had objected to that operation of flushing out a specific drug cartel leader, the CIA decided to proceed anyway.

LSD importation in Switzerland: The CIA is responsible for bringing the first supply of LSD back to America. They got it from Basel and tried to incorporate the drug into their mind control programs.

Heroin cultivation in Afghanistan: America was involved in enabling the poppy field in Afghanistan to flourish. For example, during peak American occupation in 2006, the heroin production in the country had reached historic highs.


Based on the crimes perpetrated by American agencies, the US dollar is highly tainted, and bitcoin may be the cleanest currency today. It is prudent to ensure that the government stops equating terrorism with cryptocurrencies and create a better environment for it to flourish.

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