Monday, August 26, 2013

This Unimaginable Level of Mexican Drug Violence

In response:

To a large extent this level of unimaginable drug violence started as a result of Mexican President Felipe Calderon's 2006, Washington backed, insane decision to the use the Mexican military to go to war with the drug cartels.
Despite all Mexican and US propaganda of this corrupt President Calderon "taking on organized crime" he in fact  used his biggest cartel of them all (The Mexican Army) to attempt to insidiously wipe out other drug cartel competition.

The collateral damage is now over 120,000 people (including many innocent bystanders and several US citizens and agents) - slaughtered.

Washington and its self-serving politicians will not touch this Mexican Drug War nightmare with a ten foot long pole.  Their 1.25 billion dollars a day in cross border trade, Mexican oil, Mexican labor,  US Mexican investments, and current immigration "reform" are more important to them than addressing this bloodbath our own tax dollars go to support.

In the meantime - where is Washington's puppet Mexican drug war/NAFTA CEO Felipe Calderon today?  Enjoying a lucrative Harvard fellowship as their First Angelopoulos Global Leader which was supported by our own dear NAFTA Champion Bill Clinton.

Where is the American outrage?

Didn't Obama graduate from Harvard too?   Please google Harvard, Calderon, 100,000 dead, petition.

Bi-national addictions to drugs, guns, money, power, politics, and the governmental greed result in two nations run by "leaders" who refuse to address the needs of their own citizens.   

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