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North American Theater of War NAToW – Mexico Civil War 2010

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North American Theater of War

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The Cause of  Mexico Civil War 2010

Border Violence, Border Security, Illegal Immigration, Amnesty, etc Can’t be discussed as Solvable Problems.  They can only be treated as symptoms. What is the Cause?

Mexico’s Collapsed Police State and Clan Warfare Hit American City Halls, On June 29 as many as seven stray bullets came over the Mexican/United States Border hitting the El Paso City Hall, no one was injured on the US side. A battle between suspected drug traffickers and Mexican federal police left one officer dead in Cuidad Juarez, the City on El Paso’s Southern International Border.

ATF’s Fast and Furious Seems Colored With Shades of Iran/Contra Scandal

Ex Police and Ex Special Military Forces Units have become Local Militia and Drug Cartel soldiers protecting the cartels farming operations, communities and the commodity exchange markets (drug corridors/smuggling systems).

As the Fence has gone in along key, out of the way and long established land based drug smuggling corridors into the US, the violence, corruption and danger has only increased. This has escalated total collapse in Mexican Governmental Justice and Order in much of the Nation.

One of these largest border closings, the restricted Goldwater Bombing Range, near Yuma, it had 1000’s of tracks that ran from the Mexican Highway up to interstate 8 and was closed to vehicle traffic in 2006. Also between Yuma and Calexico and around Douglas. This caused the Siraloa Cartel to go to war with Gulf Cartels and other Cartels for Access to corridors and this fighting has increased dramatically since.

The Smugglers have had to use more populated areas, illegal immigrant crossing areas, or work through NAFTA or government officials with bribery in commercial shipping markets. This has only increased the danger to civilian and refugees seeking asylum, as well as massive increase in crime and corruption.

Especially in Nuevo Laredo, that is located across from Laredo, Texas. It is the border city through which 75 percent of Mexican exports to the United States are shipped. It is currently being fought over by the Gulf cartel and its former allies, Los Zetas, a band of Ex-Mexican Special Forces Military deserters that control that region.

The smugglers have had less and less access to drug trade corridors are becoming more desperate. With more smuggling operations intercepted and less and less access to trade routes the criminalized cartels are forced to take more risks, expand into new criminal activity and find new means of getting money.

For Example; A ($7,000,000 street valued) lost shipment of marijuana means that the smugglers now owes the narcotics plantation owners down in Guanajuato $500,000 and the smuggler has to pay or his family will be harmed and/or killed.

So now, without drugs and no recourse of law he moves into other crimes, he smuggles people, selling them in the process into indentured servitude once they reach the US, human trafficking, or kidnapping, robbery, murder, etc.

This so his family will not be raped to death, so that the farmer can get paid and pay the authorities, his workers and his guards, so that he is not murdered, so that the border is secure, so that the public is safe, so that globalization can proceed, so that the United States internment industry can grow, and all of this just so that some people don’t get high, because that will ruin our society?

This is selective regulation of an Individual’s Natural Constitutional and Freedom. We are Free and Independent, responsible for our own actions and dependant on our own ability; that is our Doom.

And any attempt to regulate personal voluntary behavior, in an attempt to make society better is an affront to the Grace and Tremendous Capacity that each Infinite Indivisible Individual Is Born to be able to be. It is an Affront to our very Nature to our Free Doom.

It is a futile attempt at a KingDoom. It is an antithesis to a re-Public.

By ending the WAR-ON-DRUGS (ending a war on an industry) and removing the criminal aspects of the majority of the Mexican agricultural industry and her main economic industry (Larger than Mexico’s Tourism Industry; not to mention California’s largest cash crop) then and Only then can Justice, Law and Natural Order of Individual Human Value and Sovereignty have a change to be restored.

We could have a sister nation to the south. One that is not in dire need for political and economic refugees, that our government calls ‘illegal aliens’. If Canada had become a warzone and ex military had claimed the government was corrupt and in bed with the USA and Canadians were fleeing the oppression from the Canadian Government, the Cartels and Environment, what would we do?

Just as we have a safe open border brother to the north, let us restore that with our sister to the south and help them restore their national self reliance and sovereignty.

We hold that Power. In our Votes, in our voices. WE HOLD THAT POWER.

Poof you’re not a criminal you’re a farmer. Poof your not a smuggler you’re a teamster. Proof you’re not a dealer you’re a dispensary co-op owner. Poof your not a drug lord you’re a commodities broker, you’re the the Coors, the Miller, the Budweiser of Bud.

Let Canada (with its legal hemp industry) and Mexico (with its illegal hemp industry) compete on who can produce the best hemp cloth, oil, omega-protein-canabinoid-fatty acid extracts, biodegradable plastic, feeds, fibers and marijuana as a legally recognized commodity.

I am not advocating drug use only the decriminalization arbitrarily (or intentionally) of selected substances and individual behavior, choices, actions and life. (that as long as they do not infringe by force, fraud or cohesion any other individual life nor damage the public domain then they are protected as un-enumerated rights, liberty and freedoom)

Prohibiting Individuals personal Freedom to improve society never works and is against all that OF For and By the people stands for and what many have died for.

Alcohol has been around for a very long time and the idea of prohibiting it from being produced is absurd. It will never work and only empower evil men with monopoly and force criminality on the individual. We can clearly see that with hind sight. Prohibition does not work, yet I do not promote the drinking of Alcohol.

Alcohol can be very destructive and dangerous to the individual and we understand and support those that abuse it or become addicted. We must understand a key difference; that abuse (public intoxication or DUI) endangers others lives and is there fore prohibitable while alcoholism or addiction, without endangering others, that only endangers the individual, a personal Freedom. It is something for which to offer help, empathy, support and assistance for overcoming but must be protected. If not Evil men are empowered.

There is a law that prevents someone from endangering the life of another but there is no need for a WAR-ON-DRUGS.

Hemp has been farmed by man since long before he fermented his first wine.

What on Earth makes us think that drug prohibition is ANY different? What Under Heaven makes us think that default criminalization of distasteful voluntary personal action is moral, just or natural? Where in the Constitution is the Federal Government given the power to regulate the crops that an individual grows for their own uses, voluntary exchange and especially within State Boundaries.

Where?

We have filled Mexico with Al Capones and made his ruthless kind her rulers.

Here in America drug abuse or addiction have affected each of us or someone we know and the WAR-ON-DRUGS criminalizing aspects only made the situation harder. It did not serve the Individual, the Public or Justice.

In Mexico the corruption has completely devoured Justice, Law, Order and Sanity.

We must end the criminalization of the natural drug farming industry and find Just, Equitable and Constitutional regulation for it.

If we do not then the state of Mexico will only worsen and I don’t want that to be in my Name; Nor for my defense, in the name of my security.

We must not allow our frustrations and the dire events of the situation to allow bigotry or to foster dividing resentments to detour us from our Liberty and Individual’s Sovereignty.

Let us not fight an individually abusive global WAR-ON-DRUGS;

Instead let us War alongside the individual’s fight of personal drug abuse and addiction.

Let us offer legal Immigration processes for refugees that wish to become a part of the United States of America’s rePublic; let us offer to refugees the assistance, voice, means and ability to regain their own National Security and Independence, so they can return in safety and to prosperous, free and independent lives.

Let us ensure that we are not the Tyrant, Emperor, Dictator or King to the Doom of any Nation or Individual.

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These are some of Last Weeks Headlines and stories from the Latin American Herald Tribune

Latin American Herald Tribune – Mexico Mayhem: Drug Violence Claims 20Mexico’s increasingly powerful and dangerous drug cartels killed over 20 people over the weekend — including a massacre at a drug rehab center and singer …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Wave of Drug-Related Violence in …Wave of Drug-Related Violence in Mexico Leaves at Least 40 Dead. By Gerardo Tena MEXICO CITY – Violence attributed to organized-crime groups has left at …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Violence Against Reporters …Jul 29, 2010 … MEXICO CITY – Mexico has seen an escalation in violence against journalists, the country’s independent National Human Rights Commission said …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Violence Against Reporters …3 days ago – MEXICO CITY – Mexico has seen an escalation in violence against journalists, the country’s independent National Human Rights Commission said Thursday, …
Latin American Herald Tribune – U.S. Closes Consulate in Mexican …U.S. Closes Consulate in Mexican City Due to Narco-Violence. MONTERREY, Mexico – U.S. authorities announced Thursday the temporary closure of the consulate …
Latin American Herald Tribune – U.S. Closes Consulate in Mexican …3 days ago – U.S. Closes Consulate in Mexican City Due to Narco-Violence. MONTERREY, Mexico – U.S. authorities announced Thursday the temporary closure of the consulate …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Two Human Rights Activists Slain …OAXACA, Mexico – Two people were killed when unknown assailants opened fire on … kids haven’t had classes for four months, due to the climate of violence. …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Two Dozen People Die in Drug …TIJUANA, Mexico – Two dozen people have died in drug-related violence in Mexico, … Mexico has been plagued in recent years by drug-related violence, …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Thousands March Against Violence …Mexico has been plagued in recent years by drug-related violence blamed on powerful cartels. Last year, according to the El Universal newspaper, …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Six Gunned Down in Northern Mexico2 days ago – CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico – Six men were killed and two others wounded by … 5000 Federal Police officers in the city to try to stem violence unleashed by drug …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Six Die in Drug-Related Violence …MEXICO CITY – Six people died and two more were wounded in a series of violent incidents in the Mexican states of Baja California, Guerrero and Chihuahua, …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Seven Die in Drug-Related Violence …Seven Die in Drug-Related Violence in Mexico … Three other killings were reported in Guerrero, one of Mexico’s most violent states. …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Poll Shows Mexico’s Violence …Poll Shows Mexico’s Violence Scaring Off U.S. Tourists. MEXICO CITY – Sixty-seven percent of Americans stay away from Mexico because of the country’s …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Over 30 Die in Wave of Drug …Mexico has been plagued in recent years by drug-related violence, with powerful cartels battling each other and the security forces, as rival gangs vie for …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Number of Bodies Found in North …MONTERREY, Mexico – The prosecutor’s office in the northern Mexican border … In Nuevo Leon, the violence attributed to organized crime has left some 200 …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Nine Die in Drug-Related Violence …Nine Die in Drug-Related Violence in Mexico. CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico – Eight people were murdered in separate incidents in Ciudad Juarez, located across the …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Nine Die in Drug-Related Violence …Ciudad Juarez, located across the border from El Paso, Texas, and considered the most dangerous city in Mexico, has been plagued by drug-related violence …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Narco-Violence Wracking Mexico …Narco-Violence Wracking Mexico, U.S. Illegal Drug Supplier. VIENNA – The United States continues to be the major importer and consumer of illegal drugs in …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Mexico Holds Gubernatorial, Local …Mexico Holds Gubernatorial, Local Elections Amid Drug Violence. MEXICO CITY – Voters headed to the polls Sunday to elect governors in 12 states less than a …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Mexico Deals with Record Number of …Mexico has been plagued in recent years by drug-related violence blamed on powerful cartels. Last year, according to El Universal, was the deadliest in …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Mexican Official Among Dozens …4 days ago – Mexico has been racked by a wave of drug-related violence, with some 25000 people killed since President Felipe Calderon declared war on Mexico’s cartels …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Gunmen Wound Prosecutor, 2 …4 days ago – Some 25000 people have died in drug-related violence since President Felipe Calderon declared war on Mexico’s cartels shortly after taking office in …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Gunmen Kill 3 Police Officers in …Some 5004 people, or an average of nearly 29 per day, have died in drug-related violence in Mexico this year, the Excelsior newspaper reported Tuesday. EFE …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Gunmen Kill 17 Attending Party in …4 days ago – Of the nearly 25000 people who have died in drug-related violence since President Felipe Calderon declared war on Mexico’s cartels shortly after taking …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Five Found Decapitated Next to …1 day ago – Sinaloa, bastion of the likenamed drug cartel and birthplace of Mexico’s leading kingpins, is among the states hardest hit by the drug-related violence that …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Five Die in Drug-Related Violence …Mexico has been plagued in recent years by drug-related violence, … So far this year, more than 1500 people have died in the violence in Mexico. …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Eight Killed by Gunmen in Southern …VILLAHERMOSA, MEXICO – Gunmen killed eight people – including a senior police … 20000 federal police officers across Mexico in a bid to stem the violence. …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Children’s Art Contest Reflects …MEXICO CITY – Some 95 percent of the 3480 drawings submitted for a children’s art contest in the western state of Michoacan refer to the violence and crime …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Botero Exhibits Works on Violence …VERACRUZ, MEXICO – An exhibit with 50 works by Colombian artist Fernando Botero dealing with the phenomenon of violence was inaugurated this weekend at a …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Bomb Thrown at U.S.-Mexico Border …7 hours ago – MONTERREY, Mexico – Members of an organized crime group threw a bomb at one of the … The violence has intensified in the two border states since the …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Bogota’s Ex-Mayor Seeking …… transparent and efficient, won him international recognition, especially for his strategy to drastically reduce homicides and violence in the capital. …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Army Seizes Over $7 Million in …MEXICO CITY – Army troops seized nearly $7.3 million during the search of a … officers across Mexico in a bid to stem the wave of violence unleashed by …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Arizona Authorities Seek to Halt …She said that drug-related violence has been the cause of 7000 deaths in Mexico in the past 14 months and that the violence has overflowed into the United …
Latin American Herald Tribune – Amid Violence, Acapulco Clings to …Amid Violence, Acapulco Clings to Resort Status. By Manuela Astasio ACAPULCO, Mexico – Acapulco played host again this year to Mexico’s largest tourism fair …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 7724 Slain in Mexico in 2009Chihuahua was far and away the most violent state in Mexico last year, … Violence against journalists forced five Ciudad Juarez-based reporters in 2009 to …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 27 Die in Drug-Related Violence in …27 Die in Drug-Related Violence in Mexico. MEXICO CITY – At least 17 people died in drug-related violence in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua, …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 26 Killed in Mexico Drug Violence …10 killed in a shootout between soldiers and gunmen in Guerrero.
Latin American Herald Tribune – 24 Die in Drug-Related Violence in …24 Die in Drug-Related Violence in Mexico. MEXICO CITY – Two dozen people died in drug-related violence across Mexico, officials said. …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 24 Arrested in Chicago for …“They were there almost two hours until the police arrived and moved them without violence,” Unzueta said. Those in custody were to be fined and then …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 20 Die in Drug-Related Violence in …MEXICO CITY – At least 20 people died in drug-related violence across Mexico, … Mexico has been plagued in recent years by drug-related violence blamed on …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 20 Die in Drug-Related Violence in …2 days ago – MEXICO CITY – At least 20 people died in drug-related violence across Mexico, … Mexico has been plagued in recent years by drug-related violence blamed on …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 2 Killed in Mexico Prison RiotMATAMOROS, MEXICO — A brawl among inmates at Santa Adelaida prison in this … Warden Pedro Benavides told reporters that the violence broke out over the …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 18 Die in Drug-Related Violence in …18 Die in Drug-Related Violence in Mexico. MEXICO CITY – At least 18 people were killed in drug-related violence in several Mexican states, officials said. …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 17 Slain in MexicoJul 26, 2010 … Some 25000 people have died in drug-related violence since President Felipe Calderon declared war on Mexico’s cartels shortly after taking …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 15 Murdered in MexicoMEXICO CITY – Fifteen people, including a 7-year-old boy, died in drug-related violence in northern and southern Mexico, state officials said. …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 14 Die in Drug-Related Violence in …MEXICO CITY – At least 14 people were killed in drug-related violence in the northern state of Nuevo Leon and the southern state of Guerrero, Mexican …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 14 Die in Drug-Related Violence in …MEXICO CITY – At least 14 people were killed in drug-related violence in the northern state of Nuevo Leon and the southern state of Guerrero, Mexican …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 14 Die in Drug-Related Violence in … – 12:26pm3 days ago – MEXICO CITY – At least 14 people were killed in drug-related violence in the northern state of Nuevo Leon and the southern state of Guerrero, Mexican …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 12 Dead in Wave of Violence in …TIJUANA, MEXICO — The wave of violence besetting northern Mexico along the U.S. … Mexico has been plagued in recent years by drug-related violence, …
Latin American Herald Tribune – 11 Murdered in Violence in Ciudad …1400 dead from drug violence so far this year. CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO — Ten men and a woman were murdered in several incidents over the past few hours in …

Predator drones to patrol entire US-Mexico border
(AFP) – 20 hours ago

WASHINGTON — The United States beginning Wednesday will add a third Predator drone to patrol its border with Mexico, allowing authorities for the first time to monitor the entire stretch of land separating the two neighbors using the unmanned aircraft.

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  2. […] of Prohibition for all of the people in the unincorporated areas that exo-cannabinoids and the Hemp industry in general is not welcome in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County’s Economy. “It […]

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  5. […] the decision for all of the people in the unincorporated areas that exo-cannabinoids and the Hemp industry in general is not welcome in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County’s Economy.”It […]

  6. The border is NOT more secure and resourced than it has ever been. Clearly Alan Bersin knows nothing of the Punitive Expedition or the Mexican Border Campaign which occurred 94 years ago and involved more than 100,000 National Guard and Regular Army troops. Unfortunately, most American citizens are also ignorant of this key moment in our history.

    Here is a link to letters written by a National Guardsman on the Border exactly 94 years ago. Too bad our politicians are more interested in being politically correct than robustly defending the sovereignty of the United States.

    http://worldwar1letters.wordpress.com/2008/06/29/rio-grande-el-paso-southwestern-rr-tunnel-7281916/

    Soldier's Mail

    2010/08/07 at 6:04 pm


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