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Down Mexico Way

aa-Mexican drug gang What is happening in Mexico is the slow-motion collapse of governmental authority under the relentless onslaught of the cartels. It isn’t just the fact that the cartels often have superior firepower: it’s the all-pervasive nature of their corrupting influence, made possible by the huge profits they make from the drug trade. The cartels are a grotesque and deadly byproduct of the “war on drugs” conducted jointly by the United States and its allies internationally: without the ban on “illicit” drugs, the cartels would not and could not exist. In this sense, the cartels and the governments that supposedly pursue them are colluding – and that collusion often takes the form of an explicit alliance, as “Fast and Furious” and the well-known collaboration between the Mexican police and the drug gangs make all too plain. Every act of coercion by the State produces distortions in the economic, political, and social life of a people: in this case, it is the irrational ban on certain drugs that has birthed competing gangs of criminals who ape all the familiar depredations of government oppression – extortion, murder, and mass thievery – times ten. http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2014/01/19/down-mexico-way/#.Ut0iSoyI4CQ.email


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How Come the U.S. Bullies Mexico Over Fast And Furious — But Not Over Immigration?

The Obama Administration deliberately armed foreign insurgents, consciously betrayed patriotic citizens, and conspired to cover up the facts about the murder of one of its own Border Patrol agents. More than that, all of these actions were motivated by the desire to deliberately strip Americans of their Second Amendment rights—even as the Obama Administration remains blithely indifferent to the takeover of huge swaths of the American Southwest by Mexican drug cartels. http://www.vdare.com/articles/how-come-the-us-bullies-mexico-over-fast-and-furious-but-not-over-immigration


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Fast and Furious

While the U.S. military is being sent overseas in search of monsters to destroy, ignoring the good advice of the Founders, closer to home another war is brewing – right on the U.S.-Mexican border. Border Patrol agent Brian A. Terry, killed on Dec. 21 near Rio Rico, Arizona, was murdered by drug cartel gunmen – using weapons smuggled across the U.S.-Mexican border under the auspices of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF). While the cartels shoot up half of Mexico, and terrorize the other half, it seems they’ve been getting a helping hand from those geniuses in Washington, whose “law enforcement” agencies knowingly allowed sophisticated firearms to be smuggled across the border, into Mexico. http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2011/08/30/fast-and-furious/


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Killer Mexican Drug Gang Crosses Into the U.S.

In order for these extremely violent thugs to gain access to communities across our nation they needed to cross our nation’s borders. Contrary to the claims of the current administration and the previous administration, our borders are not secure! This is not a revelation for most thinking Americans but it is a point that must be made! Immigration is not simply a “border issue!” http://newswithviews.com/Cutler/michael192.htm


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Mexican

Thia was not a killer Mexican Drug Gang; he named Zhenli Ye Gon and he is chinesse. You should make a better investigation before to published anything and damage others.

Brockhurst

Look at that pile of money! This disgrace would not be possible if we eliminated welfare and all other handouts to the negroes. The drug market would dry up if certain freeloaders had to work to feed their brats!

Buster Hymen

The illegal alien community provides the social infrastructure without which the cartels could not operate so openly in this country. With 100's of thousands of gang bangers working as foot soldiers and distributors we have certainly been invaded. The US currency is in rapid decline. Social unrest is coming soon. Pay back time?

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14 Decapitated Men Found in Mexico Resort City

Mexico’s drug cartels have increasingly taken to beheading their victims in a grisly show of force, but Saturday’s discovery was the largest single group of decapitation victims found in recent years. In 2008, a group of 12 decapitated bodies were piled outside the Yucatan state capital of Merida. The same year, 9 headless men were discovered in the Guerrero state capital of Chilpancingo. Acapulco has been the site of fierce battles between drug gangs, and this weekend got off to a bloody start with 27 people killed there from Friday evening to early Saturday, Leyva said. http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D9KKBACO1&show_article=1


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North American Union –’U.S. Super Spy Center’ Uncovered in Mexico

With the approval of Felipe Calderón’s Administration, the U.S. Government finally got what it always wanted: To set up a super spy center in Mexico City. It was the escalation of the drug war in the country what opened the door to all U.S. intelligence agencies, including the military, to operate out of the Federal District without having to disguise their agents as diplomats. http://deadlinelive.info/2010/11/15/north-american-union-u-s-super-spy-center-uncovered-in-mexico/


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Lead Investigator, in Falcon Lake Case, Beheaded

The lead Mexican investigator in the Falcon Lake case, Rolando Armando Flores Villegas, has been killed, his severed head delivered Tuesday in a suitcase to the Mexican military, officials told CNN.

“His head was delivered to the army garrison this morning in a suitcase after he failed to report back home last night,” Zapata County, Texas, Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez Jr. said.

A spokesman for the attorney general of Tamaulipas state in Mexico, Ruben Dario-Rios, confirmed the killing Tuesday afternoon in a telephone interview.

The report came a day after authorities in the Tamaulipas state attorney general’s office gave conflicting information on whether authorities were pursuing a pair of suspects in the case of David Michael Hartley’s disappearance.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/10/12/texas.falcon.lake.head/index.html


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TheSouthernNationalist

I've had enough of mexicans and mexico, round them up and nuke the bastards!

Michael C. Scott

My original guess was that his wife had him killed, but there's no way she had enough money to pay for the decapitation of a cop. The correct response by the US would be to have navy SEAL teams pose as bass fishermen on this lake. Of course the Oogabooga regieme will do nothing.

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Guerrilla War in Mexico?

The War on Drugs is of course a farce, having accomplished less than nothing over a half-century. Somewhere the other day I saw a story saying that consumption in the US has just risen by seven percent. This is not surprising since, as a society decays, the escape market prospers. And, despite excited hype about having killed this or that drug lord, there is no hope, no hope at all, of eliminating a business that lets impoverished third-worlders drive BMWs. None of this would matter if it weren’t causing copious bloodshed in countries like Mexico, and threatening the anarchy that is often called “destabilization.” Absent this creeping hecatomb clotting in the streets, everyone would be happy. The narcos would get their money, consumers their drugs, officials their bribes, and DEA types their salaries. All good. But the bloodshed exists. http://www.lewrockwell.com/reed/reed187.html


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Michael C. Scott

And legalization will not help anything at all at this point, because those gunmen are not going to be willing to get minimum-wage jobs mowing lawns and pushing brooms even if legalization happens tomorrow.

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U.S. Staff Told to Send Children Out of Mexican City

The U.S. government told staff at its consulate in Monterrey to send their children out of the northern Mexican city where drug violence has been escalating, the consulate said on Friday. http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE67Q5ZR20100827


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21 Killed Near Mexican Border in Drug Gang Attack

MEXICO CITY — The Mexican police said Friday that they had arrested a gang leader who confessed to ordering some of the most horrifying killings in the border city of Ciudad Juaez, including the killing of a pregnant American consular employee and her husband. Jesus Ernesto Chavez Castillo, 41, confessed that he ordered the murder of Lesley A. Enriquez at the command of La Linea, the enforcement arm of the Juarez drug cartel, the federal police said. The motive, he said, was revenge, because the consulate had issued visas to members of a rival gang. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/03/world/americas/03drug.html


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Mexican Gangs Maintain Permanent Lookout Bases in Hills of Arizona

America's Parklands, err . . . Ganglands

Mexican drug cartels have set up shop on American soil, maintaining lookout bases in strategic locations in the hills of southern Arizona from which their scouts can monitor every move made by law enforcement officials, federal agents tell Fox News.

The scouts are supplied by drivers who bring them food, water, batteries for radios — all the items they need to stay in the wilderness for a long time.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/06/22/mexican-gangs-permanent-lookouts-parkland/


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Luke

I have the very uncomfortable feeling that our hostile ruling elites of that historically anti-white ethnic persuasion would rather save their supplies of napalm and their Blackhawk Helicopters for the day whereby they get cocky enough to start slaughtering White Nationalists. Oh, and don't forget those drones that they are trying to authorize the use of, over American soil. Those will be weaponized and they'll also be how our hostile ruling elite enemy wants to spy on us, to track our movements, and to eventually fire missiles at any white man who makes the mistake of sitting down in a wheel chair for a few minutes.

Michael C. Scott

We wouldn't even need a solution that expensive (and napalm would be environmentally unfriendly). The words "land" and "mines" offer a simpler, cheaper remedy, and the thought of some narcogreaser laying with his foot blown off, out in the boondocks waiting for a pack of coyotes to pick up the scent of his blood and finish him off is quite heartwarming.

Conrad

I can tell you the answer to this problem in 2 words- Blackhawk & Napalm.

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Mexican Drug Cartel Targeting U.S. Law Enforcement

I also have been greatly concerned about the fact that as more members of the drug cartels from Mexico and other countries gain access to our nation, the lives of our citizens and the lives of our law enforcement officers and high ranking government officials may also be endangered by members of the cartel who have managed to run our nation’s borders and are now operating in our country. http://www.newswithviews.com/Cutler/michael183.htm


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Michael C. Scott

These are the same law enforcement apparatchiks who couldn't care less whether the same Mexicans kill the occasional rancher, so I have a very hard time giving a rip about this. If law-enforcement officers and high-ranking government officials are being targetted, then good. GOOD. Why should it be only us kulaks who are being murdered? These tax-parasites keep telling us that diversity is our strength, and as a white American citizen who's life they count as having no particular value while they conspire to ruin the nation I call home, I am not ashamed to admit that I regard theirs as having net negative worth. Lock and load, vatos, and happy hunting.

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