Narcoterrorism

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Narcoterrorism

Violent activities targeted at anti-narcotic police and similar forces. The term is also used for terrorism funded by drug trafficking. Narcoterrorism poses significant political risk in various areas of the world, notably in part of South America.
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As President Uribe grapples with dismantling narco-terrorist groups, we will keep our focus on the drug industry that is funding the terrorists.
Today's convictions represent a significant victory against the FARC, one of the most dangerous narco-terrorist organizations operating in Colombia.
And while the White House and the internationalist architects of the FTAA herald the progress they are making toward "hemispheric security," many of the Latin American regimes they are partnering with are deep in bed with the drug cartels, narco-terrorist groups, and a vast and growing array of Middle Eastern terrorist groups--Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad, al-Qaeda, Hamas, and PLO--that have established a huge presence, especially in Venezuela and in the Tri-Border Area of Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina.
Since 2002, ATF Bogota has helped its Colombian counterparts trace more than 12,000 firearms recovered from both narcotics traffickers and the three narco-terrorist groups that operate in Colombia.
Uribe's chief campaign promise was to beat back FARC, a Marxist narco-terrorist group that controls a Switzerland-size swath of Colombian territory.
The US President's head of counter-terrorism Francis Taylor said this week: "The Provisional IRA is a threat because of its links with the Colombian narco-terrorist group FARC.
He's got a tough job in dealing with narco-terrorist groups in his country, but he's committed to dealing firmly with narco-terrorism.
Colombia is under siege by a Marxist insurrection headed by the FARC--a narco-terrorist group that rules a Switzerland-size portion of territory within that battered nation.
As close partners in the war on terrorism, the two leaders will also review efforts to defeat transnational narco-terrorist groups in the Americas.
Kosovo offers an ominous parallel: The narco-terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), which now governs that Serbian province under UN supervision, recruited much of its membership through campus-based ethnic separatism among ethnic Albanians.
Congressman Rohrabacher's constituents should demand that he explain his support for the narco-terrorist KM.
With the 1999 NATO war on behalf of the narco-terrorist KLA, the Soviet-aligned New Left had demonstrated the extent to which it had entrenched itself in Europe's institutions.