Can't Export Drugs? - Import Customers
Mexico's Legalization an Act of War on U.S. American Patrol Report
Mexico has now legalized drug use. Its new law, passed Friday, says people can have a small amount of marijuana, cocaine, LSD, amphetamines, hallucinogenic mushrooms, and peyote. It will be up to state and local police, who are totally corrupted, to enforce the law.
Investor's Business Daily says the new law will give the cartels new customers and more cash to buy guns or bribe officials.
But what will this do to tourism in Mexico? Every drug addict will find a way to visit Mexico as often as possible. Kids, interested in experimentation, will find a convenient laboratory just south of the border – new addicts for Mexican drugs. Mexican border towns and tourist spots will boom. "The Tijuana Toke Trolley" will be the latest "trip."
Mexico has decided if we try to stop them sending drugs to the U.S., it will bring the U.S. to Mexico. It is an act of war.
Last year, American Border Patrol argued that the Mexican drug war was precipitated by the construction of new fencing and barriers along the border, but their message was suppressed.
On last night's "War Stories", Ollie North asked a BP Agent if the fence "changed anything." The agent said: "Definitely, this fence has made a big-big difference."
By refusing to acknowledge that border fencing precipitated the drug war in Mexico, the power-elite have deprived us of the opportunity to understand what is really going on at the border and what can be done about it. They have weaved a web of deceit in which we are now entangled.