Reporting on the Mexican Cartel Drug War

Mexican Cartels Buying Afghan Heroin

Wednesday, January 5, 2011 |


Doris Gómora for El Universal - Mexican cartels have established business alliances with gangs operating in places like Afganistán and Turkey, in order to obtain and smuggle drugs to supply Europe and North America, according to investigator Edgardo Buscaglia, a fellow at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM).

In an interview with EL UNIVERSAL, Buscaglia confirmed that Mexican narcotraffickers operate like multinational emissaries "to establish contacts and place operatives that can deal with the Turkish and Indian criminal organizations in order to facilitate the production and sale of drugs," specifically heroin.

Buscaglia says that according to his investigation, these criminal groups operate on an international level, and their bases of operations are located in México.

“It is in the interest of these Mexican groups (specifically the Sinaloa alliance) that they open smuggling routes for the distribution of heroin to the U.S. market. Furthermore, they are not only focusing on the movement of Afghan heroin through Mexico; they are also taking positions of power as major players in the international world of the heroin trade," according to Buscaglia, who is also the director the International Center of Legal and Economic Development.

Strategic Global Alliances

According to Buscaglia, the strategic alliances between the cartels of México and the Middle Eastern group becomes potentially closer to being a fact with each passing rumor.

“It is not as if (Joaquín) El Chapo Guzmán (Loera) himself travels to Turkey, it is up to his emissaries to maintain good relations in that country. They keep the flow of heroin packages and money that belongs to the Sinaloa cartel moving to their appropriate destinations. Money and heroin make its way to Chicago, or New York. It is like the concept of outsourcing labor: the Mexican cartels receive the product from their overseas suppliers and they distribute the merchandise locally," Edgardo Buscaglia explained to his interview with El Universal.

The shipments that arrived to Canadá and the U.S. are very profitable to the criminal groups of the southern henisphere, but the product itself is produced in Afganistán, where 90% of the worlds heroin supply comes from, says Buscaglia.

“The Mexican groups arrive to the Turkish and Afghan markets with contacts established by emissaries or companies where cartel members hold minor positions. Often, the exporters themselves come with the credentials of being overseas suppliers and representatives of people in the business of illicit services,” he explained.

Once bought, the heroin supply arrives to the North and Central American market, “these emissaries often exchange drugs for arms, or for other items. Nothing is out of the question, it really just depends on the region."

Arms Trafficking

Buscaglia assured that“Mexican groups are gaining a presence on the world stage , not only in drug trafficking, but also in the arms smuggling and money laundering schemes of Romania and Bulgaria. They are also making inroads into the European Union markets”.

The patriarchal position of the Mexican cartels has expanded and has benefited the groups operating deep in the heart of their home country, very similar to the Italian and Russian mafias benefited when those groups dominated the world stage.

In this sense, the ATIM fellow said this confirms in part why the drug cartels are using weapons manufactured in Asia; it is because of the fluid interchange of drugs and arms.

“The most important gun suppliers at the moment (other than the U.S. and China) are the Russians and the Albanians. Places where the purchase of illegal arms is often made in drugs" concluded Buscaglia.

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Anonymous said...

Is there a medical marijuana community in Mexico? How do the people who can use the plant for their own benefit find quality MMJ? The brick they send north is worthless as it pertains to medical use. I know hydroponics is a huge business in Guadalajara because I know people who go to hydroponic symposiums there. I have read that there are Americans growing MMJ down there but I can not confirm it. Anyone know anything about this?

Anonymous said...

CHINGADA MADRE!

This just confirms the known but never discussed fact that the drug trafficking business is just like anyother business; conducted and managed by businessmen. It's not your petty criminal covered in tattoos throwing up gangsigns, it's not your hand-to-hand dealer or your local bodega supplier, it's not even your bed-truckin, gun-totin' sicario or their supposed 'jefes'. All of these guys are operating under orders strictly handed down by rich businessmen, people with not only a knowledge of the drug-packaging techniques but a thorough knowledge of the laws of each country where these shipments run through, its highway systems, its ports and airports, its communication systems as well as political connections that facilitate the unimpeded movements. This is a highly specialized operation where everybody but the true bosses get their brains splattered across the streets for our underground medias' and its readers' edification. What the hell is going on? How can Mexico be doing business in Afghanistan? Aren't we there fighting the damn Taliban and right under our noses these Mexicans are sneaking out guns and drugs? It just seems so un-fucking-believable that this can be going on. We all suspect our own government is involved in this illicit business and yet nothing's ever done about this. What can the common citizen do about all this except watch and hope for the best? GODDAMNIT! I'm sick of all this bullshit.

"lito "brito said...

talk about connecting the dots...the red shields and the international 10 5 23's have just about cornered the market ....as soon as Mexico is beaten into submission they will have it all

afgannystan is about in full production...having fully recovered from the ban imposed by the tallyban...ban the tally of drugs being produced .....funny huh?

just got to get those supply lines into the USA secure ....

and also the legalization in Mexico really helped the market thrive there



and calderonz came out openly against legalizing it in the USA...don't want to kill that market ,ya know


and there is a new strip club/ whorehouse open on Madero in Monterrey.. one of their other businesses


i predict a bumper year for death in Mexico...use up a lot of ammunition ...another little business they are in as well...

the govt backed Z will own everything that shorty dosen't ....he will be allowed to exist as a balance

wonder how the new house market is doing in Texas across from the frontera chica

D said...

This is ironic, not to long ago I heard a rumor that Ahmad Karzai had links to Los Zetas.

Anonymous said...

Proof that this shit will not end until we legalize, and not just in the United States.

TORRES7 said...

Berfore we start firing up the results of the investigations of the ATIM, we should first ask us the question if this is a result of GLOBALIZATION!? or PROPAGANDA?

Someone wants to dramatize "a la Hollywood". A few years ago, Hollywood made the movie titled "LA LINEA", starring Andy Garcia, where the situation written above, resulting from that investigation, was depicted. Coincidence?

The fact is that certain alphabet agencies have certain interests that are supported by propaganda campaigns in order to win support for their actions.

On the other hand, it is possible for Mexico to expand and become a global player in the business it does best (NARCO). Why not, I mean everybody else is is doing it (going global.)
Now, the possibility of having mexican emissaries and global contacts in place is common practice for all countries. These people include; corporation managers, Diplomats, Consuls and Ambassadors. I mean, whitecollar criminals are all over the place.

Don't get me wrong, I do not support the Narco business at all, but it is still a business, like it or not. Furthermore, the so called narcobusinessmen are not better nor worse criminals than the ones sitting in big corporations world wide including the US.

Just my thoughts

''lito'brito said...

Mexico the first true narcocracy...vote for the narco candidate of your choice

Cannoneer No. 4 said...

Mexican Cartels partnering with Iranian Qods Force to move Afghan heroin into the United States should be a matter of some concern. The Iranians have a serious problem back in Iran with opium and heroin addiction. Diverting some of their domestic traffic towards the Great Satan would be popular.

Qods Force with Mexican Drug Cartel help could get almost anything into the U. S.

Buela said...

for months I have been posting the fact that DTO activity is MUCH larger than the US, they have investments in 43 KNOWN countries many of which have little or no scrutiny...thereby grat for money laundering and investments.

European contries such as Spain (cocaine) & ENgland as well as others now report Mx Cartels has over taken Colombia as the greatest supplier of drugs in their countries. Combine that with Africa, Austrailia, and other global markets one can see how even without the US market their global markets and diversification sure changes the picture.

In addition to that news, the Zetas badly want control of Guate, in their bussiness enterprise it would become corporate headquarters.

Suddenly the DTO problem becomes too little too late..almost insurmountable. The only hope is that there is a coalition of nations that are committed to fight the cartels together, independantly there is no hope, it is like distinguishing hot spots while the forest is burning.

Sadly, my dos centavos...

Anonymous said...

Why do we all tolerate drug use? Is it some form of political correctness ofshoot of the civil rights hysteria? Being stoned high or in a stupor is OK? Our modern welfare states foster a increasing percentage of worthless nonproductive people. Mexico has always made a buck off the gringo but the irony is that Mexico is now developing its own drug use problem. What is wrong with severley descriminating against drug users world wide, reverse the 40 yr trend of tolerance accomidation and subsadization, is this something all nations might agree on, no welfare,no govt titt of any type if you are a user?? No Comp, No Medicare,no Social Security, No Disability, NoGovt check for anything. Legalize everything from pot to sniffing paint battery acid, whatever, just cut off the Money. How long will the paricites (drug providers,users) survive if Society truly turned the screws down Drug Test the whole country,quit dancing around with political popularity get the job done.

Anonymous said...

The US has been in the Afghan region to ensure their product reaches their business partner "Mexico"....The New World Order! "THE ILLUMINATI" at its best!!!!...... o_O

Matanzas said...

Got to put everything in historic perspective here guys.

There was a time when the Italian Mafia supplied most of the heroin to north America. Remember the French connection? The Mexican cartels have now accessed to the predominant position in north America.

Where there is demand, there is supply and there are business people making both interests meet. That's all, no big deal, it's the same ol' business going on since ever. What change are the leaders on the markets. From SE Asia to Afghanistan for supply, Italy to Mexico for the distribution.

What do you want the folks in Afghanistan to live from? Culture of sweet potatoes? These folks don't hurt me. I have been hurt by the crooks at Countrywide and Enron.

The Mexican problem is not here. To the opposite, the drug business could stimulates the entire economy. The problem is policing the business.

Back in Italy, there is a perfectly corrupt administration, everybody is on the take, from the president of the council to the local cops. But in Italy there is a state that still educates their kids, prevent petty and violent crime. There are good industries (fashion, mechanical, ...) you can walk the entire night in the streets of Napoli without being annoyed but by cigarette smugglers and hookers. And Naples is 100% Camorra controlled. They enforce a code of conduct. They have never tolerated street gangs or narco-terrorists like Zetas here.

Unless the successor of Calderon cuts a deal with the traditional cartels and turns to the PRI-style plaza distribution between cartels, it will be a bloody everything goes mess.

When they mature like the Italian mafia did, Buggs will have to shut down this great site. Everything will be quiet in Mexico. Just wait for the next election in Mexico, 2012.

MFG

Anonymous said...

Not all people that use drugs are "parasites". I've know successful Doctors that snort coke. One can't assume that just because a person uses drugs they're lazy or expect welfare. Alot of us have jobs....just sayin'. Prohibition didn't work in the 20's, why would it work now? During that time gangsters like Al Capone got rich from bootlegging. Violence in cities like NYC and Chicago sky-rocketed. The once it was repealed things toned down. If we don't learn from history we're destined to repeat it.....

Anonymous said...

I am an American in Jalisco. I grow marijuana. My next door neighbor is "connected" to say the least. He gives me 50 pesos a gram for my best Cinderella and keeps things safe for me and my girlfriend. I don't have a problem with anyone or live in fear of anyone. My weed is so good we could sell a ton of it a month I would bet. Don't say that Mexicans don't like wed. They love my C99.

Anonymous said...

" I am an American in Jalisco. I grow marijuana. My next door neighbor is "connected" to say the least. He gives me 50 pesos a gram for my best Cinderella and keeps things safe for me and my girlfriend. I don't have a problem with anyone or live in fear of anyone. My weed is so good we could sell a ton of it a month I would bet. Don't say that Mexicans don't like wed. They love my C99.
January 6, 2011 11:42 AM "

I hope they find you and shove some of that wed into you and your girlfriend butt H... You deserve it!!!!

Anonymous said...

Jalisco. Muy valiente? Alrato cuando te tenga amarado el ejercito con el mojon de fuera aver si te sientes muy mafioso!

Anonymous said...

I was a gangster for Uncle Sam for quite a long time. Your words do not make me tremble. I have kiled more people than your most famous assasins and I still sleep well at night. The reason I am there is because I do not know fear. Do not forget. Just because some of you were trained by people who WE trained, does not mean we taught you everything we know, nor did you train long enough to be effective. I could take 1000 Marines and own NL in 1 year with limited casualties. The American military thinks these paramilitary DTO's are a joke. You look like a bunch of monkey's trying to fuck a bouncing football. I look forward to the day that someone grows some balls and tries this shit up north so I can start killing for my cuntry again. Do not get it twisted. There is no fear in this heart and I am probably more likely than any Mexican to kill your ass over my family or my money. Talking shit from a keyboard little bitches. Go get your momma to wipe your ass.

Anonymous said...

This may explain where all the exotic military hardware is coming from.

''lito'brito said...

AND WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUR ASS AND ELBOWS ARE NO LONGER CONNECTED TO THE REST OF YOUR BODY...

''lito'brito said...

50 PESOS A GRAM MY ASS...

50 times 28 times 16...divide by 12.00 ..about $1800.00 usd a pound....yeah right ...

lying asshole ...shut the fuck up...

why pay you when they could just take it and fuck and you girlfriend too...

no fuckin way nobody is gonna pay your gringo ass 1800.00 a pound in Mexico

stupid fuckface

"lito "brito said...

yeah Monterrey was like Napoli "till the pinches zetas came around

SahidMarquez said...

This is nothing new, this has been happening for for years already. The Mexicans seem to pushing out the Colombians from the heroin trade in the U.S. The weird thing about it is that the Colombians are seem to helping out Mexicans make better heroin and more addictive heroin. Mexican and Colombians transport the cocaine into Europe thru Africa,Spain and Italy. The 5 Italian Mafias, Albanians and other European organized groups seem to distribute in Europe.

Anonymous said...

The newspaper chain, Universal, uses some nobody to plant the idea that Mexican drug cartels are somehow connected with the 'terrorist' war that los norteamericanos are fighting. Who is this so-called 'investigator Edgardo Buscaglia, a fellow at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM)?' Nobody here really knows... so I will tell you who he is??? He's connected with the Hoover Institute located at Stanford University, California. See the link below

http://www.hoover.org/fellows/9883

The US government wants to connect its current so-called 'war against terrorism' with a huge and new add on, the so-called 'war against drugs'. So US Think Tanker, Buscaglia, comes on to the Mexican public via Universal with this tripe throwing out baddie names Bulgaria, Afghanistan, and Romania... to scare the general public there with.

'Oooooo Boogie, Boogie Man now! Let the US into your country, Mexican public, to help you out now!'

Lesson here? YES, there is one...

The CIA and Pentagon have their tentacles almost everywhere these days.

Ernest1

Anonymous said...

I wonder how long before our troops start seeing meixican cartel members,whether it be alive or dead, in afghanistan

SahidMarquez said...

I agree with you Ernest 1, the U.S has always stuck their noses in places they shouldn't but they seem to do it on purpose to destabilize countries like Colombia,Guatemala, El Salvador,Afghanistan and now trying to destabilize Mexico. Calderon's legitimacy has been questionable these days and the hidden agenda behind the PAN party. I hope the next election is not rigged like this one with Calderon's and maybe even Fox. I hope the true Mexican government ruling party the PRI wins in 2012. It makes me rage how the PAN party with obvious support or controlled by the CIA and Pentagon wants to label our fellow citizens as terrorists. Kick Calderon out and most of the PAN party from Mexico now. The true terrorists in Mexico is Calderon and most of the PAN party declaring a war against our civilians without the permission of us fellow Mexicans.

Anonymous said...

"just got to get those supply lines into the USA secure ....

and also the legalization in Mexico really helped the market thrive there"

You missed that story posted here about those 737's & DC10's flying from Mexico to Africa then abandoned or burned after the tonnes of contraband bound for uhh EUROPE was unloaded.

Buela said...

Jeeze Brito!!

What the hell did Messico do to you?
You've become potty mouth to the extreme..
Funny...E1 doesn't mind when men curse..
Never mentions a word of that..
jeje
seriously Brito 5 F bombs and an asshole in a partial paragraph has to me a BB record.

I'm just saying....

Matanzas said...

Wow, it's kind of interesting here with all these conflicting opinions. That's the agora. No thought limit. Pure expression of democracy. That's why I think the world citizenship is the future. Not the national politicians. Not the feudal thugs.
Good talk, citizens.

Anonymous said...

"...to plant the idea that Mexican drug cartels are somehow connected with the 'terrorist' war that los norteamericanos are fighting."

It goes like this:
Mexico gets discount drugs from Afghanistan, in turn the cartels provide the freedom fighters for peace of the Muslim religion with American documents and smuggle them across the border.

When this happens you will wish the hell Mexico had taken care of its little problem first.

Anonymous said...

lil brito .


dont get mad cuz ol boy is getting what he says he gets per gram i believe it.. they spend money on silly ed hardy hats and junk why not on el koosh



el hydro

dont hate cuz i lost a little respect for you there.



dbgh

Anonymous said...

lol that wont happen zetas in Afghanistan. thats a good one bro.



dbgh

Anonymous said...

Ernest1:
What possible difference does it make whether Buscalia is or is not associated with ITAM or Stanford? If at least half of his impressive resume is true, he is a notable authority, free thinker, and is perhaps less susceptible than one might suppose to government purchase.

Imjustagirl

D said...

According to wikipedia

Ahmad Wali Khan Karzai, aka sharmoota,[1] (born 1961 in Karz, Kandahar, Afghanistan) is the younger half-brother[2] of Afghan President Hamid Karzai and son of Abdul Ahad Karzai. He is the wealthiest narcotics trafficker in Afghanistan, and his empire is thought to include connections with the armed Mexican group "Los Zetas".[3][4] Ahmad Wali Karzai is the representative for the southern Afghanistan region.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmed_Wali_Karzai

Anonymous said...

Dear, 'Imjustagirl'

It makes all the difference in the world sometimes to know who is writing what, who is writing for whom, and where their money actually comes from. It makes all the difference in the world to know that somebody we are told by a Mexican paper that the writer is a professor at a Mexican university, in actuality is connected with a US Think Tank with long connections with the Pentagon and promoting its strategies for war war war, Hun.

Please don't take me calling you Hun as being anyway anti strong woman. It's not. And, Hun, Buscalia is not a 'free thinker' but a PAID to think for you writer.

Ernest1

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
'What possible difference does it make whether Buscalia is or is not associated with ITAM or Stanford? If at least half of his impressive resume is true, he is a notable authority, free thinker, and is perhaps less susceptible than one might suppose to government purchase. Imjustagirl'

Anonymous said...

Oops... it is Buscaglia, we are talking about.... Not 'Buscalia'

Ernest1

Anonymous said...

whoever cites and thinks the information on wikipedia is true and reliable is plain stupid lol Learn how to get reputable sources

ajulio said...

el chapo's estimated worth is 1.0 billion and this greedy lil' bastard is still hungry for more. he wants complete world domination of the drug trade even with the cost of the tens of thousands that have reportedly lost their lives in mexico since the beginning of the war.

it's so simple and yet impossible. if drugs were legalized tomorrow, the whole crime structure would collapse. el chapo would be removed from the forbes list and the drug war would end.

why can't governments get their heads out of their asses and stop trying to force their fake moral beliefs on society and start using their brains? people are getting their drugs either way.

if drugs were legalized; the cartels would lose their power, the drugs would be taxed, safe drug usage would be encouraged, there would be a decrease of prisoners with drug sentences, it would eradicate street business and it would lower the cost of drugs.

if an adult addict wants to smoke, swallow, sniff, or inject a drug into their body, there is nothing that anyone can do about it. it is their freedom and their body. they will find a way no matter what. so start with legalizing marijuana now becuase this hydro shit is getting @#$%$& expensive!

Anonymous said...

Drugs destroy social structures, the US is a cradle to grave welfare country, adding programs daily, paid for by borrowing and increased taxes. Drug use is counterproductive DUH The US is Bankrupt WE can not afford to be self indulgent fat high lazy entitled Hello Get rid of the dope.

''lito'brito said...

@ buela


yeah i guess you are right ..i am a little wound up...messy co kinda does that to me


i almost ran over a policia on a motorbike the other day...i was turning right and he comes flying up beside me from out of nowhere...it was close ..then he glares at me for a long while....


but you know how it is ...even though it was his fault...got to drop the head ....hard for me as an American to do...

plus staying inside most of the time...iieee chinga

and maybe i am celoso...1800.00 a lb...it is hard to get that in the USA

''lito'brito said...

@ Anonymous said...

whoever cites and thinks the information on wikipedia is true and reliable is plain stupid lol Learn how to get reputable sources
January 6, 2011 11:42 PM



ok smart ass you got any suggestions?

no didn't think so


so what part wasn't correct jerkoff?

''lito'brito said...

@ ajulio


AMEN BROTHER ..thats why it is illegal...for the big money ...both for the criminals and the police

Matanzas said...

Wow, anon 7:37. I bet you are wearing a tea pot on your flat head with tea bags hanging from your big ears. Social structure destroyed, yeah. I let people chose their own death: alcohol, drugs, whatever. Have heard of Darwinism?

Buela said...

@ 7:37

Save a teabag for me. I wrote an article very well recived and ran in USA Today among others. I focused on So Central LA but it pertained to all inner cities. Welfare was never designed to be a lifestyle, but it has evolved into one, and a generational one at that. The very design of economic structure or lack thereof, educational ops and lack there of, socio structure and lack thereof, is structured for isolation and failure. But whose fault is it? not the people they are the product of the design. If you ventured through inner cities, you see no/few businesses, not even a super market, thereby no employment ops for the people or more importantly the youth. I could go on about this all day, but bottom line as long as liberals feel it is socially responsible to provide welfare to able bodied people as a life style we will have a subclass of people...resigned to a life without possibilties.

not unlike Messico without welfare but with the opportunity to join cartels

"lito "brito said...

@ American gangster

it wouldn't take 1000 or even a year, these putas are used to being unopposed...

trained, motivated, loyal troops like US marines would go through them like X-Lax

6 months and 500 marines , would have them running like hell

they don't even do foot patrols , no neighborhood presence, nothing...plus they just let them run away and that is it....plus the joke that is the Mexican prison system

plus the Mexican police advertise their selves by driving around with their blue lights on all the time...at night you can know exactly where they are


the whole thing is a bad joke

everybody is unarmed , defenseless and afraid of them, they are not ready for what the American army would put on them


as much as i am against US involvement it would be fun to see some of these bad ass cocksuckers doing a duckwalk in gitmo

''lito'brito said...

@ B

right on ..

.sub class of welfare people who are basically useless

i have a cousin who used to make babys just so him and his wife could get an extra 300 a month

ajulio said...

@ 7:37am a.k.a the anonymous one

Drugs don't destroy social structures. People destroy social structures DUH. A gun is harmless unless there is a person who pulls the trigger. A person is responsible for his own actions. I admit, I like to take a hit of ganja once in a while but I still maintain businesses without any help from anyone. A bum will be a bum no matter what.

I hate the fact that welfare exists and that my taxes help pay for the lazy people who stay at home and drink old english and smoke rock while im out there busting my ass. But there are many other good people who cannot find jobs right now because there isn't any because of outsourcing caused by greedy rich corporations. The educated will have occupations but we still need to provide jobs for the rest. But that is another story.

Too much money has already been wasted on a senseless war on drugs(on any wars for that matter). It will never be won. NEVER. and you can quote me on that, until it is legalized. Let's stop squandering our money and use it for domestic structuring instead. Mexico has already made too much money from the drug biz and all it has caused is death and poverty remains.

@ matanzas

LOL. I have heard of darwinism.

@ buela

Many of these young kids from south central end up selling drugs because it's good money and as long as it's good money, it will always be an appealing lifestyle. These kids become murderers before they reach the ripe age of 18. Therefore, legalizing drugs will devalue street sales and in mexico, that whole narco drug lifestyle will lose its appeal ass well. I would rather the government spend our taxes on welfare then on senseless wars and unnecessary prison systems.

Legalize marijuana first then let's wait to see what happens next.

Anonymous said...

@lil brito

wait you cant get 1800 a lb for koosh in the usa ... wtf ever.. thats the ticket on a cute. and thats on the top of the whole sale curve.





dbgh

GreenGrowGringo said...

Yep 50.000 pesos a kilo and 3 keys every other other month. My costs are low because my electricity is subsidized for some reason. I pay 100 pesos every two months for power and I am running a 1000 watt lumatek digital switchable dimmable ballast in my flower room and triple 150 watt/400 CFL's in my veg box. I have pumps for the buckets and fans going as well. I do not add chemicals to my bud. For those wanting to come to PV and have a good time, I have something good waiting on you. 500 pesos for a 5 gram bag. This keeps you under the radar on decriminalization and makes my guys a good commission. Drop by Los Camerones. Anyone wearing a Got Larry? shirt has my product.

''lito'brito said...

not from wikipedia


it is kush...from hindu kush ...a strong indica strain...

i don't know of any koosh...


sativa ..mexy speedy up high el mejor...nevilles haze...haze...makes you trip..very sigh ka del ick

indica... skunk afganny...like gettin hit in the head with a brick ...makes you stupid

ruderalis... russia rope dope


still ain't blevin .. it 1800.00 an lb..in mejico


grow yer own in the USA...stop supporting murder in mexico


why did calderonz come out against legalizing it in the USA...

i mean really...

think about it ...why?

''lito'brito said...

@ B


lo se Buela..i can cuss like a sailor...hey ,,wait... I WAS A SAILOR...jajaja

Anonymous said...

I carry Aurora, Afghan, Cinderella 99, Extrema, Smile, Warlock, and Sonic Fly. If you are a medical patient and need something else, give me about 4 months ahead of time before your vacation.

Anonymous said...

I don't think this is drummed up propaganda when there have been 30,000 drug related deaths in Mexico since 2006. Afghanistan, Pakistan,and Mexico's violence is all the result of the same issue. They are drug dealing nations that like all criminal enterprises are going to kill, terrorize and do whatever it takes for that not to be taken away. Truthfully, what is there to replace that sort of wealth. Most of these people in these countries would rather "get rich or die trying". The ones that want an honest living try to get the fuck out. Bad situation.

''lito'brito said...

yeah... i have been to PV and just don't see some American setting up their own little empire...

how much mordida do you pay?

sounds like some high times imaginary bullshit to me

the next time i go to PV we will see...cause i really do know some guys there

Anonymous said...

I don't understand with all the Heroin coming from South American and Afganistan then why is most of the HERION HERE IN NEW JERSEY GARBAGE.
I understand people want to make a profit but stepping on the dope too much will cause you to lose business.

mobile concrete batch plants said...

The fact is that certain alphabet agencies have certain interests that are supported by propaganda campaigns in order to win support for their actions.

senior living communities california said...

In this sense, the ATIM fellow said this confirms in part why the drug cartels are using weapons manufactured in Asia; it is because of the fluid interchange of drugs and arms.

portable batch plant said...

According to Buscaglia, the strategic alliances between the cartels of México and the Middle Eastern group becomes potentially closer to being a fact with each passing rumor.

concrete batch plant said...

The shipments that arrived to Canadá and the U.S. are very profitable to the criminal groups of the southern henisphere, but the product itself is produced in Afganistán, where 90% of the worlds heroin supply comes from, says Buscaglia.

concrete batch plant said...

Mexican groups are gaining a presence on the world stage , not only in drug trafficking, but also in the arms smuggling and money laundering schemes of Romania and Bulgaria.

Anonymous said...

True that i lived in upscale gdl jalisco and i wish i knew you 59pesos a gram for cin99 in chicago i can get 4-5 grabd a lb

Anonymous said...

You must be a republican. If not, don't forgive me yet, you could still be a democrat which is just as bad. Anyway, t here are problems with your ideology. If something is made legal, as you offer, then testing for it would be futile. If it's legal it's okay to use. Your vision of how it should be doesn't envision the wasteland caused by cutting off those who use. I, however, believe we need to decriminalize ALL illicit drugs. That is the only way to beat the cartels & illegal activities brought on through the trade. Nothing is wrong with marijuana. People just need to be properly educated about its use. But then you have the pharmaceutical companies to deal with. There is another government interest group. Vote for third party candidates, at least check their intentions and motives. I believe, if you do, you will find the path in which America moved from and must get back to.

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