If Russia backed Mexican drug cartels to topple the government of Enrique Pena Nieto and then..?
THEN, The US deployed several army contingents to secure Mexico City and Mexico's oil producing assets and infrastructure against a recrudescent coalition of drug cartels, crime syndicates, and their associates, including soldiers who mutinied to show their solidarity with the TRUE defenders of Mexico whose rallying cry was decontamination of Mexico City from the venal crooks, Euro-Mexican rodents, and their gutter dwelling cousins (e.g. US expatriates).
Who would dare accuse the US of reprehensible aggression? Would it seem that the US acted prudently? Would its response ignore the causes??
by John Coviello 19 months ago
If The U.S. Wants To Build a Border Wall, Why Should Mexico Be Expected To Pay For It?Is there any reason why Mexico should pay for a wall that the current U.S. administration wants to build?
by SparklingJewel 8 years ago
unbelievable!... http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/Mexi … ode=AA6D-1
by vincentfrank 7 years ago
I just read an article about Javler Sicilia a Mexican poet.His son was found dead killed by a Cartel hit team.Since 2006 38,000 people have lost there lives in this war that we support.And by support I mean all the Americans that buy drugs from the Cartels.We need to take start figthing back this...
by James Smith 6 years ago
. . . hang around long enough to talk about how much of an idiot Rick Santorum is and then disappear when asked to provide principles they believe in. It's not enough any more! So tell me, my lefty friends, when you have your gay marriage and abortion rights, what do you believe in?
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
I was just reading about David Brooks, a writer for the NY Times. He states that if all the money we spend on social programs for the poor was just given to the actual poor people, poverty would end. I've always wondered about this, too. Instead of paying all the government workers to send checks...
by slcockerham 6 years ago
Is it time for the American people to demand to stop the failed "War on Drugs?"It's cost are 800,000 US citizens arrested every year and over $1 billion a year to keep those who are incacerated for simple possession charges! 88% of those arrested are for simple possession of marijuana...
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