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Thread: ARE US POT LAWS THE CAUSE OF MEXICAN DRUG VIOLENCE? 3/2010

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    ARE US POT LAWS THE CAUSE OF MEXICAN DRUG VIOLENCE? 3/2010

    http://blogs.alternet.org/speakeasy/...drug-violence/

    It was less than one year ago when acting U.S. DEA administrator Michelle Leonhart publicly declared that the escalating violence on the U.S./Mexico border should be viewed as a sign of the “success” of America’s drug war strategies.

    “Our view is that the violence we have been seeing is a signpost of the success our very courageous Mexican counterparts are having,” said Michele Leonhart, who was recently nominated by President Obama to be the agency’s full time director. “The cartels are acting out like caged animals, because they are caged animals.”

    Well, if the DEA’s chief talking head thought that some 6,300 drug cartel-related murders in 2008 was an indication of progress, one can only imagine that she believes that this weekend’s south-of-the-border killing spree — which included the murder of a pregnant U.S. official and members of her family — must be downright victorious.

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    No. Spics are violent animals. It's that simple.

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    kudzu; no, we are gaining a lead on the war on drugs by air and foot.


    "The primary agencies using the TARS surveillance data include U.S. Northern Command in support of Customs and Border Protection (Air and Marine Operations Center and Caribbean Air and Marine Operations Center) and U.S. Southern Command in support of Joint Interagency Task Force-South. In addition to its counterdrug mission, TARS surveillance data also supports North American Aerospace Defense Command's air sovereignty mission for the continental United States."




    http://www.af.mil/information/factsh...et.asp?id=3507



    "The operational sites are located at Yuma and Fort Huachuca, Ariz.; Deming, N.M.; Marfa, Eagle Pass and Rio Grande City, Texas; Cudjoe Key, Fla.; and Lajas, Puerto Rico. The contract management office is located in Newport News, Va. and the logistics hub is located in El Paso, Texas"
    Last edited by PTA; 10-02-2010 at 08:36 AM.

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    No we aren't..... We have been fighting the War on Drugs since the 1960s and the problem just gets bigger and more vicious.

    American college kids used to swim the Rio Grande with a small stash on their backs.. Now its big business that includes automatic weapons.

    Quote Originally Posted by PTA View Post
    kudzu; no, we are gaining a lead on the war on drugs by air and foot.


    "The primary agencies using the TARS surveillance data include U.S. Northern Command in support of Customs and Border Protection (Air and Marine Operations Center and Caribbean Air and Marine Operations Center) and U.S. Southern Command in support of Joint Interagency Task Force-South. In addition to its counterdrug mission, TARS surveillance data also supports North American Aerospace Defense Command's air sovereignty mission for the continental United States."




    http://www.af.mil/information/factsh...et.asp?id=3507



    "The operational sites are located at Yuma and Fort Huachuca, Ariz.; Deming, N.M.; Marfa, Eagle Pass and Rio Grande City, Texas; Cudjoe Key, Fla.; and Lajas, Puerto Rico. The contract management office is located in Newport News, Va. and the logistics hub is located in El Paso, Texas"

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    The US won't legalize dangerous drugs. Ever. Never ever.

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    It's mainly due to cocaine for making crack...........and you know who the main users of crack are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob View Post
    No. Spics are violent animals. It's that simple.
    Yep, pretty much. And it's the nigger admixture that makes spics more prone to violence, TNB, disease, and stupidity. Spic = nigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kudzu View Post
    No we aren't..... We have been fighting the War on Drugs since the 1960s and the problem just gets bigger and more vicious.

    American college kids used to swim the Rio Grande with a small stash on their backs.. Now its big business that includes automatic weapons.
    What decade are you living in kudu?

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    PROHIBITION IS A FAILURE.

    CRIME IN MEXICO IS MEXICO'S PROBLEM.




    IF I WAS THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT, I'D CLOSE THE ENTIRE BORDER WITH THE U.S. AND EXTERMINATE THE DRUG GANGS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kleinbok View Post



    PROHIBITION IS A FAILURE.

    CRIME IN MEXICO IS MEXICO'S PROBLEM.




    IF I WAS THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT, I'D CLOSE THE ENTIRE BORDER WITH THE U.S. AND EXTERMINATE THE DRUG GANGS.
    Sounds like a plan, particularly with today's headlines.

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