Thursday, May 2, 2013

Plausible Deniability? The Benefit Of The Doubt? Forget it!

In response:

Forget "plausible deniability" for - and "benefit of the doubt" to - either government.

The war on drugs creates legal and illegal profits not for only the bi-national elite (US/Mexico) but for the global elite too. Just search Wachovia and HSBC banks and see how they were caught laundering cartel money. Witness how ex-Mexican Drug War President Felipe Calderon has recently been awarded a year's long fellowship at Harvard for being such a good little Drug War CEO.

Also don't forget who has the highest (privatized) prison population in the world and who it is who benefits at from that at the tax payers' expense.

No matter what these bi-national profiteers' politicians say, they will never allow illegal immigration to be fixed either. There is simply too much money to be made off of undocumented labor, too much money being pumped into the border security industrial complex, and too much money in remittances being sent back into Mexico to "kill" the goose that lays those golden eggs.

They are currently attempting to pass immigration reform that completely ignores the fact that the bi-national 1%'s economic policies of greed are the root cause of undocumented people sneaking into the US.

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