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NO HOPE FOR THOSE MURDERED WITH WASHINGTON’S CONNIVANCE

By Pete Moore On October 1st, 2012

On January 30, 2010, a commando of at least 20 hit men parked themselves outside a birthday party of high school and college students in Villas de Salvarcar, Ciudad Juarez. Near midnight, the assassins, later identified as hired guns for the Mexican cartel La Linea, broke into a one-story house and opened fire on a gathering of nearly 60 teenagers. Outside, lookouts gunned down a screaming neighbor and several students who had managed to escape. Fourteen young men and women were killed, and 12 more were wounded before the hit men finally fled.

Indirectly, the United States government played a role in the massacre by supplying some of the firearms used by the cartel murderers. Three of the high caliber weapons fired that night in Villas de Salvarcar were linked to a gun tracing operation run by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), according to a Mexican army document obtained exclusively by Univision News.

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Viktor Bout, a Russian arms dealer, will soon be prosecuted by the same regime which supplied the guns that were used to kill those fourteen young men and women in Mexico. While Bout probably won’t ever be released, the terrorists who supplied those guns will soon attract millions of votes, adulation, probably another term in power and a long and extremely wealthy retirement.

Yes, the Washington regime is a terror regime. We know that any group running thousands of arms into the US, to foment unrest and a de facto civil war, would be declared a terrorist organisation and attacked – wherever it is – with extreme violence. I see no reason for Mexico to not do the same thing to those de facto terrorists in Washington.

The underclass is bought off with cheap trinkets. A phone – paid for by looting the productive – is enough for some:

For the educated, those with a brain and the slightest self-respect, a vote for these incumbent terrorists ought to be unthinkable. Shame on those who will reward them instead. Hayek famously said that the very worst people rise to the top of government. He was right and none of them should be validated with a vote.

24 Responses to “NO HOPE FOR THOSE MURDERED WITH WASHINGTON’S CONNIVANCE”

  1. Way past time to end our ridiculous War on Drugs.

  2. but the administration knew nothing, it was all Bush’s fault, it was rogue agents at ATF…. in the meantime keep that White House National Security Advisor in Iraq where nobody can talk to him.

    These aren’t the Droids your looking for, Move Along

  3. this had nothing to do with drugs Daphne and everything to do with putting American guns on the streets to be found at crime scenes.

    If we didn’t have a complicit press, down on their knees for this administration this story would have had half of them locked up, and the other half impeached over 2 years ago.

    Besides a couple a hundred dead mexicans we have 2 dead American Law Enforcement officers

  4. Way past time to end our ridiculous War on Drugs.

    Yes. The war must greatly change. Essentially it must end, have all the money taken out of it. I had a conversation on this with someone from Mexico Friday. Many there understand this reality.

    Pete manages to miss both the problem and any solution in his hysterical screed, quite the neat trick.

  5. There must be a ” truce on drugs ”

    Make most of it legal, tax it as you do tobacco.

    Problem solved, border more secure, jails less full, less police needed.

    What a pack of idiots we are not to have done this 20 years ago.

  6. that is a separate issue, you can legalize pot, but you can’t heroin or cocaine.

    This however is about the administration flooding the mexican streets with illegal guns to effect 2nd amendment laws

  7. Yes you can and yes you should consider legalizing those things

    There are too many fat and dumb Americans and Canadians who want it.

  8. You cannot stop the flow. It is destroying our prisons, our police and our borders.

    What we are doing is not working. The war on drugs is harming the country, a lot.

  9. The only alternative to a truce on drugs is to execute all sellers and all users. Do you want to do that?

    Didn’t think so.

  10. if we seal the border you can cut it down immensely, Phantom ever have a coke or heroine addict in your family? Ever work in a rehab? Ever witness first hand the damage these two drugs do?

    No legalization of those chemicals is not an answer, how we are dealing with the issue is fruitless but your suggestion is not answer.

    But once again your detracting what the issue of this story is.

    This administration caused the death of a couple a hundred mexicans we have 2 dead American Law Enforcement officers. They flooded the streets of Mexico with government sanctioned straw purchased guns. The had the DOJ investigated by one of the AGs best friends, the hid the WH liaison to the operation in Iraq. And they declared “Executive Privilege” to hide 800,000 documents. In an operation that they say the executive and the executive branch had no knowledge of.

    Stick to the issue and stop deflecting.

  11. Yep, legalize it all.

    Ditto on everything Phantom’s said so far.

  12. Hey Troll, if you decriminalize or legalize all of it, there’s billions of WoD dollars to spend on great treatment for addicts.

  13. How can there be a ‘war on drugs’ when US-military Inc. and associated ‘agencies’ are protecting the opium crop in Afghanistan? Poppies are grown openly in fields and all that need be done is for helicopters with herbicide to spray the crop until the farmers switch to wheat: it really is as simple as that.

  14. Fast & Furious is/was a campaign against the 2nd Amendment. Drugs was simply the precept. If there was no drug problem another precept would have been used.

    Drug prohibition means fat profits for special interests and insiders. The CIA and the police are just two agencies which profit hugely by it.

    Without even looking it up, I can say with 100% certainty (because my bloodhound nose never lets me down), that police unions, prison guard unions/firms and private prison operators amongst others have all lobbied government (i.e. paid Congresscriminals) not only to keep drug laws in place but to tighten laws over time – 100% certainty.

  15. In the UK heroin was legal until about 100 years ago and was available for addicts through prescription until about 40 years ago.

    When addicts could get it through doctors, there were a few hundred addicts in the whole of the country.

    Then heroin was banned and drug dealers moved in to supply those addicts. Unlike pharmacists, drug dealers had a vested interest in making heroin more popular and widely available, so once they were established they pushed the drugs more widely and soon we had 10s, maybe 100s of thousands of addicts.

    It was similar in other countries.

    So yes, heroin and cocaine should be legalised- or at least medicalised- aalong with the likes of cannabis and ecstasy.

  16. This isn’t a gun story. It’s a Prohibition story.

    You can deal with the periphery or you can deal with the Core Issue.

    Tens of thousands of Mexicans are dying for the sake of your flawed policy. And its breaking the bank here too.

  17. Quite clearly it’s about the terror regime in Washington aiding and abetting murder to constrain American liberties.

  18. Sing it loud, Phantom.

  19. You feel that way Phantom because this also is you

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_Kh7nLplWo

  20. That’s one way of putting, Pete.

  21. insert an it.

  22. I don’t personally know people whose lives have been destroyed by heroin or cocaine.

    I do know those whose lives were destroyed by alcohol or nearly destroyed by prescription drugs.

    Drugs is a problem that has a solution, if we deal with it seriously – while cooperating with countries like Mexico and Colombia that have suffered for OUR sins.

    By the way, 50,000 have died in Mexican drug related killings over the past six years. Not a couple a hundred dead mexicans

  23. I don’t personally know people whose lives have been destroyed by heroin or cocaine.

    I do and none of them could afford long-term, comprehensive treatment. Thirty days is most you get with a premium health care policy and few can afford the 20K hit per month that it costs out of pocket to get entirely clean and mentally healthy.

  24. A friend recently told me that he’d once tried heroin. I could have punched him, I was that angry to hear this. There are some things you just never do.

    Some mistakedly believe that proposing decriminalizing / legalizing is a ” pro drug ” attitude. That is most certainly untrue. Society can bring this poison under control no other way BUT by legalization.

    There is growing support for this, in the US, and in Latin America ( which has suffered the most ), probably in Europe.

    You will need some true leadership at the top to state the case for it to the general public. The issue will be demagogued big time. The ideal proponent will be a Reagan type with impeccable conservative street cred. You will never hear any bold proposals along this line from the likes of Obama or Romney.