9 May 2013
MI6 distributes ghost money as bribes to Afghan warlords drug cartels
'Britain’s foreign spying apparatus MI6 has been funneling tens of millions of pounds to corrupt officials in Afghanistan as bribes in a corrupt attempt to buy influence in the country.
According to western media reports, MI6 is secretly spending UK taxpayers’ money in the form of ‘ghost money’ bribes in Afghanistan to prop up warlords and corrupt authorities. MI6 has a long history of trying to buy influence in countries of interest.'
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