Chinese companies continue to supply cartels

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    If we had actual control of our borders then that wouldn't be a problem would it?
     
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    Instead of these being routine shipments to drug companies in the United States for production of completely legal drugs, they're instead illegal shipments to mexico which funds the incredibly violent cartels. All thanks to our drug policies which supports the imprisonment of vast quantities of our civilian population, and the guarantee that drug cartels will prosper.
     
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    They buyin' up mobile home parks here to put their gang-bangers in too...
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    Mexican Drug Cartels Build Their Own National Radio System
    December 26, 2011 — When convoys of soldiers or federal police move through the scrubland of northern Mexico, the Zetas drug cartel knows they are coming.
     
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    Guess where they get the money to finance the corruption from...
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    Mexico Cartels Paid Millions for Political Favors
    February 11, 2012 - U.S. drug agents say they have evidence that Mexican drug cartel leaders paid $4.5 million for political favors to a Mexican border state governor and other figures in Mexico's former ruling party.
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    Latin American leaders assail U.S. drug ‘market,’ American users
    'Very little responsibility taken by the drug-consuming countries'

     
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    Theyre going to be drilling OUR FUCKING OIL off the coast of florida.
     
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    No more of a problem than alcohol was during prohibition. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Uncle Ferd says shoot `em on sight...
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    Mexico cartels stronger than ever?
    February 21, 2012 - Recent report says Mexico's cartels are more powerful than they were when Calderón came to office, but this overlooks the fracturing of larger gangs, writes guest blogger Patrick Corcoran.
     
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    Kinda late don't ya think?
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    Mexico to build eight new prisons after Zetas escape
    February 23, 2012 - But by focusing on the role overcrowding played in the Zetas riot and escape, is the Mexican government missing the bigger picture in terms of prison reform?
     
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    Simple solution? L-E-G-A-L-I-Z-E.....

    Take the profit away from the cartels and balance the damned budget on the taxes.

    It's not rocket science, people. Prohibition should have shown you how this was going to turn out.
     

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