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CIA Dope Calypso Analysis



Author: poem of Allen Ginsberg Type: poem Views: 11

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In nineteen hundred forty-nine

China was won by Mao Tse-tung

Chiang Kai-shek's army ran away

They were waiting there in Thailand yesterday



Supported by the CIA

Pushing junk down Thailand way




First they stole from the Meo Tribes

Up in the hills they started taking bribes

Then they sent their soldiers up to Shan

Collecting opium to send to The Man



Pushing junk in Bangkok yesterday

Supported by the CIA




Brought their jam on mule trains down

To Chiang Rai that's a railroad town

Sold it next to the police chief brain

He took it to town on the choochoo train



Trafficking dope to Bangkok all day

Supported by the CIA




The policeman's name was Mr. Phao

He peddled dope grand scale and how

Chief of border customs paid

By Central Intelligence's U.S. A.I.D.



The whole operation, Newspapers say

Supported by the CIA




He got so sloppy & peddled so loose

He busted himself & cooked his own goose

Took the reward for an opium load

Seizing his own haul which same he resold



Big time pusher for a decade turned grey

Working for the CIA




Touby Lyfong he worked for the French

A big fat man liked to dine & wench

Prince of the Meos he grew black mud

Till opium flowed through the land like a flood



Communists came and chased the French away

So Touby took a job with the CIA




The whole operation fell in to chaos

Till U.S. Intelligence came into Laos

I'll tell you no lie I'm a true American

Our big pusher there was Phoumi Nosovan



All them Princes in a power play

But Phoumi was the man for the CIA




And his best friend General Vang Pao

Ran the Meo army like a sacred cow

Helicopter smugglers filled Long Cheng's bars

In Xieng Quang province on the Plain of Jars



It started in secret they were fighting yesterday

Clandestine secret army of the CIA




All through the Sixties the Dope flew free

Thru Tan Son Nhut Saigon to Marshal Ky

Air America followed through

Transporting confiture for President Thieu



All these Dealers were decades and yesterday

The Indochinese mob of the U.S. CIA




Operation Haylift Offisir Wm. Colby

Saw Marshal Ky fly opium Mr. Mustard told me

Indochina desk he was Chief of Dirty Tricks

"Hitchhiking" with dope pushers was how he got his fix



Subsidizing traffickers to drive the Reds away

Till Colby was the head of the CIA






                                        January 1972






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