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One tough Lady

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by careful34, Mar 4, 2011.

  1. careful34

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    Warning, Graphic photos.

    http://neglectedwar.com/blog/archives/1658

    Sad thing is her courage will probably not change anything.
     
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    I can't get my head around this shit.
     
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    I love all the people in this country who whine about how bad they have it because their EBT or whatever didn't refill on time... meanwhile not all that far away a woman who tries to do the right thing is treated like this. The street violence in america is a ****ing fairy tale with unicorns and soft cuddly things compared to the shit that goes on in Mexico.

    -Mike
     
  5. Dench

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    and all for the war on drugs.

    Maybe mexico should be looking at legalizing and taxing instead of fighting and being driven into the ground. 100% retarded waste of time the WoD is.
     
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    ain't that a b.

    She had some balls, gotta respect that.
     
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    That's really sad... Hopefully they her daughter alone.
     
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    Thread title says it all. May she rest in peace.
     
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    The sad thing is that the Mexican government is useless and completely unable to solve this problem. Their new fearless leader has come out saying today that Mexico needs to strengthen economic ties with the US and not focus on the so called drug war. Basically he is signaling he wants nothing to do with fighting the cartels and just wants illegals to send money home.

    Mark my words, but we will find ourselves invading Mexico (and possibly beyond) and nation building in Middle and South America within the next 20 years. Mexico is lost.

    ETA: Our own government doesn't have the strength to end the drug war but will gladly do the above, hence that is why I say it will happen.
     
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    Of course, their must always be meat for the imperialism machine.

    I propose "South New Chicago" as a new name for Mexico City.
     
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    There are hints this has already begun with F&F and perhaps its predecessors as the ATF appears to have been something of a willing patsy to a covert war run from a higher level. Specifically the arming and funding of "friendlier" cartels to destabilize the "not so friendly" one.

    I have said for a while that the Mexican government has collapsed - the cartels have sovereignty over them.

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    A little inflammatory don't you think? To paint Mexico city with that brush? [laugh]
     
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    Well, I didn't think people would really support calling it New South Reno.

    Hmmm, what would that be in New England terms.

    New South Lowell.
     
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    The war on drugs is a losing battle. Time to surrender (and legalize most of them).
     
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    That's actually an aspect of the WoD that I never thought of. Turn Mexico into an even bigger shithole and then take its ass over. Seems like a really expensive and annoying way of going about getting a piece of land of extremely questionable value, but whatevs.

    If Mexico had any brains at all they'd legalize and tax. Even if they lose some favor with us they're still right next door and aren't going anywhere, and the tremendous reduction in violence would offset anything they'd lose from the deal.
     
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    Mexico is on its way to a madmax country if it keeps trying to fight the war on drugs.

    people love drugs. people also like money. people dont like the government. Obviously the .gov is at a disadvantage right off the bat. they need to make it a legit business which will kill the violence and bring in revenue. to hell with what the US thinks of it. **** the US drug policy.
     

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