Thursday, June 6, 2013

Harvard Rewards Co-Drug War Conspirator Calderon

In response:

As a retired US Border Patrol INS/ICE Agent I am ashamed of our country's drug war and more specifically our country's support of Felipe Calderon's and now Enrique Peña Nieto's continuing horrific Mexican drug war.

Do Atlantic readers know that Felipe Calderon recently received Harvard's First Angelopoulos Global Leader's award thanks to Bill NAFTA Clinton and Gianna Angelopoulos? Harvard ignores Calderon's 100,000 drug war dead (including US citizens and several US Agents) and gives him a lucrative year's long fellowship in which he enjoys lecturing at crony Universities for 100K or more a pop.

Washington ignores what this man has done while praising his economic progress for Mexico. I can't help but wonder if Calderon's fellowship is a small reward for his brutal drug war, Mexican oil, NAFTA profits, and the 1.25 billion dollars a day in bi-national cross border trade that the two countries' elite have in common.

Not unlike the tragic self-created poverty that drives the Mexican majority of undocumented to the US, Washington not only ignores but rewards their conspirators for both of these bi-national dark money profit makers.

Please Google Harvard, Calderon, petition, 100,000 dead and sign our bi-national petition to Harvard to rescind Calderon's fellowship.

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