Sunday, October 4, 2015

U.S. legalization generates a new Mexican premium weed market

Lucio R. Republished from Daily Post to read the full article link here

A multibillion-dollar legal cannabis market could be in Mexico's future. It depends on how
serious the government is about legalization. Photo: Paco Servin

Well-off stoners are ushering in a new marijuana market in Mexico 

by Luis Chaparro

El M is sitting on a bench in Parque España, a pleasant urban park that divides the two economically comfortable Mexico City neighborhoods of Condesa and Roma.  A slim young man with dark skin, bulging eyes and a backpack over his shoulders, El M won't reveal his real name.

He’s a marijuana dealer, but not just any marijuana dealer. He sells Kush, Silver Haze, Gypsy Widow. The best weed. And only the best.

M’s clients will get WhatsApp messages from him, informing them of what merchandise is currently available. Then they’ll consult leafly.com, a site that describes and grades the various types of marijuana on the market — their potency, effects, aromas and flavors.

If they like what they see, they’ll pay up to 3,000 for an “ounce.” That comes to about $180 dollars for what in the marijuana world usually amounts to 25 grams, not 28.

Compare that to the 200 pesos that everyday pot buyers might pay for everyday Mexican pot in the same amount.

El M says he doesn’t know where his product comes from. But law enforcement agencies, as well as expert analysts, think they do. They’re placing the origin of this premium weed in the crops of U.S. legal-marijuana states, such as Colorado.

Reverse trafficking, from Denver to Mexico (reverse flow)


Last July, a Mexican customs agent at the Ciudad Juárez checkpoint found more than five kilos of marijuana in the luggage rack of a Honda Accord coming in from Texas.


The two U.S. citizens in the car — Jose Antonio Ruiz del Hoyo and Javier Antonio Quiñonez — were taken in for questioning, where it was learned that they were taking the pot from Denver, Col., where marijuana growing is legal,to Mexico City, where the demand for top quality marijuana has been growing rapidly.

Oscar Hagelsieb, director of the West Texas region of the U.S. Homeland Security Department, says his office has detected a growing trend in recent years in “counterflow” — that is, marijuana moving from north to south. But it’s a specific kind of counterflow.

“What we’ve been able to find thanks to our investigations is that it’s not a level of traffic that’s going to inundate Mexico,” Hagelsieb says. “This marijuana is not for everybody. It’s a status thing. It’s for rich kids.”

There aren’t any current statistics on how much marijuana has been decommissioned as it moved from the United States to Mexico. But Hagelsieb says the trend could increase over the new few years. He won’t estimate a figure, but he does say it will be significant enough that his agency will have to invest funds in tracking the phenomenon.

Anybody who’s aware of how porous the Mexico-U.S. border is for any kind of merchandise moving from north to south will understand that the moderate amounts of high-grade cannabis in question will make it into Mexico with almost no difficulty whatsoever.

Bryce Pardo, an independent researcher and consultant on drug policy in the Americas, who has written extensively on the topic, warns that organized crime — that is, Mexico’s narcos — will no doubt be looking to move in to the growing reverse flow marijuana market in the next few years.
“Changes in production techniques could become more and more common if the traffickers can adapt to the new market,” Pardo says. “Time will tell if this happens or not.”

But the north-to-south marijuana flow may only be a part of the explanation for this new phenomenon. Cannabis cultivation has been discovered in Mexico that uses clones or seeds from the United States and that yields product equal in quality and potency as that grown legally in greenhouses in several U.S. states.

Just last July, Mexican authorities found a 20,000-square-foot greenhouse in the state of Jalisco, teeming with marijuana plants. The plants were genetically modified, according to the National Security Commission, Mexico’s top federal law enforcement agency.

Homegrown

Pardo thinks there are two reasons for the noticeable improvement in the quality of marijuana in Mexico. One if the effort that the organized drug traffickers are making to compete with U.S. cannabis. The other is the change in habits on the part of Mexican consumers. They want more refined products.

Roma and Condesa fertile ground for a pot dealer

Mexico City’s Cuauhtémoc borough, in which Condesa and Roma are located, accounts for 8.7 percent of the capital’s 75,000 marijuana consumers, according to the National Anti-Addiction Commission. That’s 6,500 people.

So places like Roma and Condesa — with a relatively well-off population that tends toward the hip side —  is rife with potential customers. Not only are there more possible customers, but they’re willing to spend more for the good stuff.

Dan Vinkovetsky, editor of High Times, the longtime U.S. cannabis magazine, explains why: “American cannabis can be 10 percent and even 20 percent THC, the active ingredient, while the pressed Mexican plant has barely 5 percent.”

So M sells the high-quality U.S. pot that came into the country at some point via reverse flow, while Arturo grows a few plants from seed on his little apartment balcony. Both are located in Roma/Condesa and both are working on the margins of what could become a legal market in coming years.




115 comments:

  1. There are no Mexican consumers. It is a lie as we all know the USA is responsible for the carnage in Mexico. (Sarcasm).

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    1. 12:31 Addicts everywhere, addicts with money for "high grade BS" are kind of a select few, not many poor broke ass mexicans without educaishun will have money to buy that shit and pay 10 times what the weapons the US sends are worth...
      --the most powerful nation in the world discovered not long ago that their manuals on torture of "insurgents" have been available to common people, and want them retired.
      --the liberation forces the US sponsors around the world have murdered more people than hitler's dogs, if you only bother to search for the data, it is all on the web...
      --of course, if the US trains and unleashes their sicarios to fight their dirty little wars of conquest, under false pretenses, behind the back of the world and their own countrymen, and bring drugs back to the US to make the round trip more "productive", "it is nobody's business if they do..."

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    2. 12:31pm
      But alas, it's more truth than sarcasm...

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    3. It is like "NARCOIDOSIS"

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  2. 25 grams instead of 28 is a robbery without a gun

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    1. I agree... I want my 3grams... And whoever payin 3racks for an ounce is fuckin mentally challenged!.. 3racks for a lb maybe... Shit have 2 b so good it put me on the moon!.. If not... Keepin my $$$ & they cn find a fool 2 buy their green...

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    2. Exactly..where they do that at? No such thing as a 25gram oz where i come from.

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    3. 3:32Pm...i might be wrong but i think whats being said is 3000 in pesos but in american value 180. I might be wrong as i dont know the difference in value.

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    4. 3:32Pm...i might be wrong but i think whats being said is 3000 in pesos but in american value 180. I might be wrong as i dont know the difference in value.

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    5. thats pesos, not dollars

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    6. I'd think if you smoke the $3 000.00 pesos peso by peso, you may get a better high, but it is a free world, smoke shit if you want, go to hell...

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    7. @3:32 PURPLE, 'Eedith'! You dingbat you...

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    8. That would put it at $480 per ounce if you convert the 3,000 pesos to $$$. Here in Cali 1 ounce can go from $230 to $300 depending on the strain. It has to be private reserve or top shelf. I myself have sneaked in Kush a few times into Tijuana and boy do they love it there ! Especially the ladies !

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    9. 40-50 dollars for 3 grams swag in playa del carmen. no good weed someone needs to set up shop

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    10. I smoke dank out here in cali L.A

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    11. an 1/8 of coke in Tijuana is 2.8 grams instead of the 3.5 grams in the US.

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    12. Phoenix gives you 25 grams not 28

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    13. 9:36 your pusher read your letter on your forehead was it an L for lose or a P for pendejo, if the poolice catch you, it would be a lot more than you ever dreamed, per gram...

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  3. They been growing purple in michoacan coast for years ..la motita morada..

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    1. "They" have been growing lettuce and peppers of all kinds that are purple, must be the GMO genes, also tomatillos de "granja" the size of a silver dollar, giant carrots and pumpkins, and most important: E coca coca, fully grown in one year, Starbucks will have to lower the prices for their "cafe"...
      --Which reminds me, OXXO is said to run many little mexican businesses out of business and to increase robberies, muggings and assaults by 90% wherever they open a franchise

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    2. Nasty ass purple

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  4. Lmao^ that's what I like about these pot heads,always crying over a gram or 2...I remember back in the mid 90s I took a pound of Mexican brick from DRTX to MN...yes that kind of weed is all we had in the day but nonetheless the value increased as it moved up north,150 dllr brick turned into more than 800 after being broken down into 1/8ths and 1/4s. ..I remember selling an 1/8th baggie to a white boy who cried like a lil *itch cause he said the baggie was short about 2grams the douche pulled out a key ring scale and weighed it in front of me, I freaking laughed and told my cousin just to sell it to him for 5dllrs cheaper, cry baby ass addicts, I swear...true story.

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    1. You sound like you werent making much money selling pounds as you say if you were shorting customers who were paying for their weed and your getting mad because they ACTUALLY want their moneys worth.i assume since you were dealing with pounds,you wouldnt mind having it be a cpl oz's short..if you remember someone from the 90's for such a small detail i am sure that was your ONLY drug deal.

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    2. Ya, but back in the mid 90's you had to smoke most of the brick to get the same high you get today from a single bud, a buddy just dropped 10 for 1g a piece that'll quadruple by the time it reaches that white boy, true story...

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    3. 3:33 u sound like a complete pendejo that's why ppl get killed for bad business u make other ppl sound like pricks u should not be in that business if ur going to rip people of if that was me I would beat that ass at the end of the day u lose money losing customers u idiot the balls on this guy really ur not dumb u must only d that to ppl u know u can get away with it. Dumb reason to get killed if u ask me

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    4. How much weight gets stolen by buying by the uñita? I seen some guys with shorter "pinkie nails" now.

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    5. I hope this was ur first and last drug deal sir. Si no te mueres de hambre i was 14 years old getting rid of ponds in fort worth for 600 dollars and it was all profit we jacked some dude down the street did not make a carrer out of it Thank God

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    6. 8:14 you are a texas sized liar, there are no drugs or drug users in texas, therefore no drug trafficking nor drug traffickers because TEXAS LIARS SIZED LAWS DO NOT ALLOW ANY OF IT, we are not "arizona's sheriff arapahoo arpaio the white apache" running mate of donal' trump you know?...
      --heheheee, "don't mess with texas" my ass...

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  5. There will, for the foreseeable future, be an immense market for any drugs that can be brought into the United States. Among the international financial elite, there will also exist a market for "premium " labelled drugs. Drugs of all sorts, unfortunately, seem to be the bane of both the financially blessed and the financially unfortunate in all countries. It is a curse that we will have to live with until the drug trade is no longer viable and profitable for the ruling politicians.

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    1. FREE DRUGS FOR EVERYBODY!!!
      --state sponsored and paid for, make the welfare state work for once in its Matafackin' life, for as long as there is one cent to be made from drug trafficking, its generated crime will be there for all to enjoy...
      when there is no money to be made, people may move on to other crimes, that can be fixed at a proper time, "legalize" for profit? I don't think so...
      --you, "ladies in tijuana" must be prostitution tourist, well, ladies in tiluana will jump up and down for the "tourist dollar", apparently you can not get one worthy "lady" on your own looks, all by yourself, even with grifa, on the US...
      --That why "the ladies in tijuana..." it is all make believe, honey, other republics sell Bananas,

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    2. FREE AT LAST !! (Shades of El Capo 3).

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    3. Yo! When, drugs become "free" of legal action is when the sales tax kicks in. The $ to be made from taxes on pot, etc., is phenomenal, incalculable even. This could give the public purse plenty of money for infrastructure projects and public works that serve the Mexican people and future generations. Time has proven that the old ways of hating your way through problems is a pointless, dead end street to walk down. We have a very negative situation caused by the drug trade, all humankind is affected. It behooves all of us to turn this poison into medicine, to create positive value that can bring benefits to people's lives from the negative influences illegal drugs command.

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    4. There will be the vultures ready to pounce in on the taxes generated by the legalized drug trafficking, it does not matter how much money any vice generates, it just happened with casino inspiration gambling industries, video gaming and other "solutions that just pick the pockets of those less prepared to get over it.
      --Do not believe any tax generating ideas of the economy geniuses POSing their way into your pocket with absurd economick theories...much less when they come reddy loaded with pork barrel "infra-projects" for make benefit for US vultures...

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    5. Casinos are great set ups for laundering drug money. Gangsters don't want legalization because it's the kiss of death to their easy money.

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  6. Hydroponic high grade mota has been readily available in DF and Monterrey university and young professional scene for a decade and Chinese and Vietnamese groups have indoor growing in homes with big jardines.

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    1. State your facts about monterrey as I'm from there and have no information on it please.

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    2. I seen some Laotian grow houses busted, with thousands of fully grown plants, nursed by the most mo-dern electrical and water irrigation systems, very often close to 'the walmart' where that kind of people go, your chinese/vietnamese have their indoor gardens in mexico or the US?

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    3. 5:31 AM, "That kind of people??" Not nice, compa. Something to remember, Laotians and the Vietnamese gangsters are fierce and take no prisoners.

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    4. Don't you know "walmart people"? Google images: Walmart people, have fun...
      --Hey let's share, have you seen LDS sponsored/owned malls? They are all over the US offering "candy" and "candied goods" to america's children...
      --The corruption of America is going on full time 24/7 all day every day everywhere, and I am not happy about it, I don't care about grown people with hairy arses, but to corrupt young children for their lunch money, that is the pits...
      --send the Dogs of War...

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    5. What the hell do the dogs of war solve??
      Yeah, WALMART is corporate evil. The American Way includes Monsanto, McDonald's, EXXON, COCA-COLA, Blackwater USA, so let's just refer to all their customers as "those people," and call it even. Mucha cantaleta tan harta la suya pues.

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  7. Do any of you know that if the U.S is starting to have a higher demand for high grade marijuana that it could hurt the cartels income for their Mexican marijuana product such as regular brick weed or for instance the marijuana that is grown in Sinaloa and trafficked across the border, because they say one of El Chapo biggest moneymakers is the heroine and the weed that is grown and i was just wondering if that puts a dent in his income as far as his marijuana crops go since the US citizens, well at least most US citizens, prefer to smoke hydro and high quality weed, maybe they are not interested in buying Mexican weed anymore but yet they still say that one of the biggest money makers for Mexican cartels is marijuana. You would think that the Mexican cartels are starting to lose money on the marijuana due to the fact that weed has become legal in the United States. Anyone have a opinion?

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    1. "You would think that the Mexican cartels are starting to lose money on the marijuana due to the fact that weed has become legal in the United States."<<< most probably, yes. a lot, but do you think could / would cartels do anything to minimize their loss, ie. increased product quality of crops or powders?

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    2. I know the prices for brick weed is still like 4 or 500 in my part of texas and some good dank shit is 250-350 ish for a oz. I'd rather get the oz lol I'ma a quality not quantity type of guy.

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    3. Just get more customers from among the junior high, high school prospects, many will go on to other powders, not everyone makes $$$ from selling shit to each everybody else, and then to go buy expensive select shit, prescription and doctor's fees...

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    4. Increase production and sell cheaper, that will fack up "legal", they price their selves out of the market, designer's is for jotos y rotos anyway, and 90% goes to taxes, mark-ups and other tricks of the rich...
      Real men do not go for that shit of expensive designer's pickpocket.

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    5. Chapo's biggest $ maker is guns. Smarten up!

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    6. I do not see how paying top price for 90% profit to weapons sellers makes money for el chapo, and many of the weapons are rotten well used army surplus that canna' be sold openly on US army surplus stores, the brand new good to excellent weapons top dealers use/buy, are part of the payment for the drugs, that way :
      -- weapons manufacturers, dealers, the NRA, the politicians they buy, and the gun lobby that buys them, CAN GET THEIR HANDS ON SOME MORE OF A LOT OF ALL THAT DIRTY NARCO MONEY THEIR DRUG TRAFFICKING PARTNERS MAKE, and they fackin' know it, unless they are really dumber than dumb, because even dumb knows... "El chapo"...SHIT!!!

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    7. 11:16 AM, "In Mexico, DEA's Kiki Camarena is brutally tortured then murdered, February, 1985, and Joaquin Guzman wins the lottery. Sinaloan Rafael Caro Quintero gets arrested for Agent Camarena's killing not quite 2 months later in Costa Rica on April 4th. Iran Contra's "A" List Coke 'em & Croak 'em Party is an all-nighter that lasts 2 years, ('85-'87), setting the precedent for arms trafficking futures, i.e. drugs as currency for guns."
      K-K

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  8. What's this guy's phone#?

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    1. 5:43 PM:
      1-800-Suckers !!

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  9. not if it's Quality, and the smokers are wealthy, and all they want is something to keep them for a day. 28 grams of crud is a disaster, don't go there.

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  10. Wax,chatter,butter,these are some names of highly process marijuana. It's made with butane or C02 extraction methods and the final product can range between 30 to 90 percent THC levels. It takes ,1 kilo of bud trimmings to make 1 ounce of the product. If you don't have the corrupted equipment and knowledge you can blow up the place when it's being made. It's the crack cocaine of weed,and the price can range from 25 to 75 a gram depending on quality and THC content. The 1 gram can give you up to 20 servings in a dabber of G pen...

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    1. If you feed it to the pipe through a turbine, you can get REAL HIGH, make sure and tape the process for humanitarian purposes...

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    2. Fuck all drug addicts.

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    3. Rick.Simpson hemp oil?

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    4. Safer to plant and grow your own. Where ya can grow tomatoes, you can grow weed... Real kush is Afghani and impossible to find in N.America, but there is still some to be had in Europe, these days. "Kush," so called, is a Canadian phenomenon, courtesy the Hells Angels. A single bud retails for $60 pesos Canadianos! The Hells are major importers of "chemical precursors" for their sh_t meth, that's actually way cheaper on the street than pot is. Doctoring up pot is a no brainer for these meltdowns, because about 90% of the major grow ops across Canada belong to the Hells. The high from Canadian chemical kush lasts around an hour, destroys short term memory, is a big hit in high schools and on university campuses, and 100% useless as medical marijuana for chronic pain management. Biker humor, eh?

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    5. There are many stores selling Roasted Hemp Seeds, $5.00 a pound!!!
      I know it may be a publicity stunt but that's what I seen, it was a whole stand full of hemp, seeds, someone must have found Cheech and Chong dump, from the 70's...

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    6. The Outlaws mc, the Mongols mc, the Black Pistons mc and the Bandidos mc have been looking for the chicken ass hell's angels all over the US and they have been hiding in canada all this time, canadian grifa no pica, no tiene chile, ni sal...
      --No sirve ni pa' tacos, I may try it for catnip...but it sure grows "fingers" that work with the police, said Taco Bowman...

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    7. (Sorry, this is kind of long!) It's practically 10 years since the discovery of slain Bandidos on a Canadian farm outside London. In April 2006, eight members from Toronto Bandidos motorcycle gang got themselves shot execution style due to an internal dispute with Canada's Winnipeg and American branches. A jury convicted six men of first-degree murder in 2009--five appealed, arguing they were forced into becoming killers. One biker said he feared he would “end up in a pile of dead bodies” if he didn’t take part in the killings. This past April, (2015), the  appellate judge ruled the defence of duress as legally unavailable. "In a nutshell, it is not open to anyone to say to an innocent victim: ‘You will die so that I can live’.” 

      London's Motards do like a  Saturday parade of a summer's eve as the Canadian sun sinks in the sky circa 10 o'clock.  It's nothing like a Key West sunset. On these weird, noisy Canadian occasions long lines of Harley-Davidson motorcycles  zoom London's top cop plaza, past the tweakers banging biker meth across the street in Needle Park, where no one dares care. There's no force capable of startling Londoners from their contentments along the scenic banks of the Thames in the Ontario heart lands. Not even the 300  to 340 full patched Canadian Hells Angels that rolled into town this past Labor Day undercover of dark.

      CSIS biker intelligence unit has it there are 340 full patched Hells Angels in all Canada. Fewer than 20 of the full patched hierarchy actually reside in the Ontarian province.

      London cops closed off streets named after a Lord Dundas and Queen Victoria's daughter, Princess Adelaide, on the occasion of the Monday night cemetery run. The deceased was unavoidably detained at the morgue for an autopsy. Mourners settled for a dedicated Facebook page, a riderless hearse and a flatbed truck towing a motorcycle -- suitably draped in black tarp.  

      The funeral procession's pecking order presented in three distinct biker convoys separated by motorcycle police escorts layered in between. Uniformed cops in London Police cruisers marshaled the parade and brought up the rear with a row of black SUVs. 2 Fire trucks and a lone EMS ambulance followed behind the SUVs.  

      Shades of the Antioquian House of Escobar funeral practices come to mind.

      Labor Day Sunday at 5:00 AM, a GateKeeper enforcer was killed from a headshot fired at a biker social club in London, Canada. A 15 year-old black kid whom it's alleged pulled the trigger is arrested in less than 10 days. Five individuals arrested at the murder scene charged with drug possession were out on bail in time for midmorning brunch.

      Biker gangs' turf is every place in Canada there's a drug demand. The Hells are a clever executive body that shields itself with six degrees of separation from their criminal enterprises by engaging other, smaller clubs to do their dirty work. The GateKeepers is fully integrated with club chapters set up in Ontario and Nova Scotia at the discretion of the Hells Angels-- whose Canadian membership is fully segregated. 

      It's only a couple hours' drive  from London to Windsor and Detroit, Michigan, Toronto and 4 of the 5 Great Lakes--Huron, Erie, Ontario and Michigan-- that access the St. Lawrence's shipping lanes to Chicago and the Atlantic ocean. Think: Chemical Precursors.

      Bandidos may run a lot of drugs and weapons in Europe, but in the land of the maple leaf, they're lucky they're allowed a seat at the table.

      It is interesting that the Hells Angels Club House is right next to the city's police headquarters, yeah? Cheers :-)
      K-K

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    8. Kaka, what a looong rambling report, all in my honor, I believe I am a God now for being the reason of your literary efforts
      --Taco Bowman is in prison doing life for not playing nice with HA, on trumped up charges, and we do not care...
      --HA are very famous, too many, and powerful, they also point fingers, I don't care...---HA are famous for not wanting other races in their clubs, but they resent not being accepted by others, and are very famous for "getting along" with government wherever they go, and I do not care...
      --your pointless comment is ok, some poetic rambling about local power, political and with poolice, no problem, except without a taco or chile or salt it is very insipid; i'd like to read the original book if you have the title, I am no biker, but i'd like to put a motor on my bicycle and make it a moped...

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    9. ¡¡ Taco Bowman se frito!! All bikers qualify as sleaze buckets. Hells Angels are racist, hate women and feed your kids meth. What's cool about them? Nothing, in case you're wondering. The Swedes, the Finns, the Germans, the Norwegians and the Danes have Bandidos chapters that are a big deal for transporting drugs across Europe and are HUGE in the weapons trade with the Russian Brotherhood Federation. Canadian bikers are mommas boys who can't even be compared to the Euro mc presence, or the deadly chaos these guys bring to bear. European cops leave them alone out of fear. In Canada, the police and the Hells are best buddies who share the proceeds of organised crime.

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  11. reverse drug trafficking, from the US to Mx?

    gotta love it

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    1. "Highway 35 Revisited" ...

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  12. Pot heads are the worst kind of druggies only because they are hibitual liars, Always trying to down play there addiction. The U.S.A is stupid for allowing pot to be legal

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    1. U sir are very uneducated in marijuana my opinion and statistically proven facts PROVE that before prescription pills (oxy,hydrocodone, etc.etc.) the worst drug was alcohol so let's be smarter than our azzhole is before we just let chit come out our mouth let's do some research please to sound half way intelligent to even speak on this matter please.

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    2. Until the 1980's, the conventional wisdom in Colombian society was that pot heads were dangerous and untrustworthy, that coke freaks were a better caliber of people. La marimba's social stigma is it's a poor man's high i.e. associated with el pueblo, where as cocaine was always the rich kids' drug. Now, pot is the rich man's high..Que dejan tanta jodeteria, LEGALIZE!

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    3. Well, the chinese could not defeat the brittish navy and superior weaponry that
      Re-imposed the empire of Opium trades in China...
      --today the US can not beat it's own armed forces to stop any kind of private dirty dealing that carries on with their dirty drug trafficking of watever makes the most $$$ that the market allows...it squeezes many a soldier's paycheck right on the base, from a lowliest private to the highest "seal", generals own their own private enterprises or allow them to thrive for $$$ THEY US 'ginirals' are some hungry dogs, que no? They have to tend to the table scraps, they don't got union...

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    4. ganja-heads are nice people. some of the best.

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    5. @ 7:12 Marijuana isn't addicting. You get addicted to the relaxation. If you use it to treat anxiety then you'll understand why you NEED it to get by. It has been used by countless cultures and over generations as a social relaxation medium as well as for ceremonial purposes. It is very ignorant to assume that all pot users are "druggies". Do some research before you falsely accuse marijuana as being a hard drug. You sir are stupid for speaking on something you know nothing about. Go read a book.

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    6. My pot comes from the moon man, the NASA has been driven to grow because their budget got privatized, now that elon musk needs more money than ever, after two or three incidents, he had to get in the game too, we'll have our stairway to the moon soon at last, maan...

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    7. If grifa is not addictive why is it that it causes "anxiety" that only another joint can massage, awakens murdering instincts because one or two grams tempt someone to steal them from the customers AND TEMPTS the customer to get his money's worth out of your guts with a $5.00 machete? Sir? Just because you turn into an altar boy, it is not the same story for everybody...

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    8. 7:12Pm .to imply that marijuana smokers are the worst kind of addict implys there is a BEST kind.....How Dumb.

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    9. There are some good mariguanos, they get really inspired and do great things, they are very human and compassionate, except the majority are not like that, the great majority make worthless the good ones, they need to practice their craft behind some prison walls...

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    10. @11:36 You don't make any sense at all sir. Anxiety is a chemical imbalance that can be brought on by a number of things and not necessarily by marijuana. Anyone with murderous thoughts needs mental help immediately. Those kind of thoughts are not brought on by THC. Weed isnt crack. Get it right.

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  13. My boy has been selling and shipping plenty of enails down in southern Mex so They must be extracting concentrates also. My friends in Mich. always have told me that they get purple a few times during the year but I have never seen it the times I been there. Did have the nicest Sativa I ever came across though grown from my friends grampa.

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    1. The purple is out of Quebec...known as "Blur." (Say it with a French accent, it almost sounds like "blue"). Super hard to get any because it's field grown and specific to certain areas in the province, where it's cold most of the year, so it's a very short growing season.

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    2. 'Enails' is "clavos" by the internet?

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    3. It's a electronic heating element to heat up weed extracts. Kind of like an electronic hooka.

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    4. Oops, thanks, nothin' like technology stepping up...
      --what's the hell is this, High Times BB edition? With fashion, cooking, tech, legal, politics, opinion, financial, gossip sections, Call Me Madam exclusives from Madam Chivis, and to make my life a more complete disaster farming, air travel, tourism and phone advertising, keep it up, just keep it up...
      --♡♡♡Chivis Forever♡♡♡

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  14. There is no such thing as genetically engineered cannabis grown for the consumer market.

    The Mexican feds were full of shit when they said the greenhouse raid in Jalisco involved GMO pot. It was nothing but a scare tactic to frighten uneducated people, or else they honestly don't know the difference between genetic hybridization and genetic engineering.

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    1. Hybrids are technically genetically engineered. You take the good traits or "genes" from 2 different plants to create a new species.

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  15. Been smoking purple weed in tijuana zona norte, 4 less than 5 bucks= three blunts. 50 pesos una lata. & It taste great.

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    1. Luv the colour of purple...

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    2. How about quieres los ojos moros?, it is black and blue in inglés, or blackeyes

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    3. 10:43 PM, Como que si quiero ojos moros? Se las ésta pisando mi hijito...

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  16. Que lastima, este mundo se esta bolviendo pura bola de marijuanos y dorgadictos flojos y arrastrados que para mantenerse se dedican al solamente crimen. Digame alguien si la biblia dice algo contra esto?

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  17. Yea we need to legalize dope in the US and flood Mexico with the shit . Get em all hooked on funky moon dust or something .
    Na not a good idea

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  18. The purple colors don't necessarily mean anything. You can create that color by having temperature fluctuations of at least 15 degrees. The only thing that matters are the genetics of the plant. All these colors and flavors do not make the thc levels higher. It's all in the breeding and cultivation and proper drying and curing that makes all the difference. I'm not a doctor,but I play one on Tv....

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    1. Drying and curing, that's the trick.

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    2. Yep @11;10PM..It happened to me! A sudden change in temp, mine was a drop in temp. You live long enough, you learn about these things...called life.

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  19. I'm from the tex mex border and let me tell you , these taumalipans and nuevo leons are starting to pick on the scene, they dance when they hear of girl scout cookies, Blacksnow, Snowman, Sherbet, Sour Og, Sour Diesel, GDP and etc... Growing wise nah I think that's all the californians trait, I've personally tried the colorado stuff(Recreational) and it was totally lacking potency, looks, AND FLAVOR ,AS to the the medical cali that we so luckily find out here.. Btw Co2 live resin is really potent your looking at 40-90%.. there's a huge diff from butane and Co2 extraction tho I personally stay away from butane extraction.. So yes people the gente be smoking loud lol.. who knows how much further south it goes but weed in my mind is for the people so let us be:*)

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    1. Hydro has been grown in Juarez since 2010. Sinaloans 2 steps ahead all the time.http://chihuahuanoticias.com/?p=2828

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    2. Yeah bra, bottom line , stay completely fucked up, always, why ? Just becus ...

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    3. @8:36 Your pusher pulls your chain, WE THE PEOPLE DO NOT BENEFIT FROM YOUR ADDICTION...
      PUSHERS also recruit customers that did not need any vice, because their money is soo much sweeter than all the mathafacking pot in all the whole mathafacking world.

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  20. Los ti lama cetos. El Chapo.

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  21. Pinches mariguanos jotos todos se iran directo al infierno.

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  22. I took my uncle 3 grandady purple seeds that I sneaked in my shoes on plane.He grew them and managed to get 2 females that were awesome next year I will show him how to keep a mother and take clone so he can work sea of green .it is all about genetics shit he had was always really leafy

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  23. @ chivis she be buying la mota to put it
    in rubbing alcohol

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    1. On the US there are no malva leaves to stick on the sides of the forehead at 5.00 pm, something had to come up, then las riumas must be tempted once in a while, I mean tended...

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    2. 3:36 PM, ¡No hay nada mejor! For arthritis, even the pain a broken bone causes.

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    3. jijiji....we found my tia's potion after she died. She was 83 and we found a baggie with weed and a large bottle with liquid and weed. I thought the liquid was a clear mineral oil, but maybe it was alcohol. All I know we were all laughing so hard, and mylittle 17 yr old nephew was shaking his head saying "Buelita smoked weed????"

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    4. Hey, Granny was cool!

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    5. Well, That is the whole Family Secrets All over again, that jijiji tells it all, like mother like daughter, I'm going to check on my mom... chivis a nice good sport in the mood today♡♡

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  24. Yeah. Same old shit. It's NEVER Mexico's fault. Hold everyone else to a standard for blame. Never take responsibility for ANYTHING ever. Everything originates with the source...yourself. mexico creates the drugs...the origins. So STOP blaming eveyone else. Start with your own shit and clean yourself up before you point the finger.

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    1. @3:46 I learned to say this ON THE US on my first day here:
      'Fack' you bitch, blame that on the mexicans, too, i, guess...

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    2. 3:46PM, Let's try a little kindness. The hells of desperate poverty are what most of Mexico's people are forced to live through. The classism, the lack of basic schools and putting up with hunger on a daily basis make it impossible for everyday Mexicans to get ahead in life. Growing pot, working for narcos is NO option, it's survival. Legalize and tax pot and the spacepowders, put the tax revenues into schools, free university education, universal health care and public works. The fact that drugs are illegal doesn't stop people from using them. Legalizing would also take the violent crimes' element out of the drugs' equation. Peace out....

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    3. Legal or not, the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia will always steal all the money and only hire or educate their own, 5hat is why politics and the political parties are their PRIvate property, they have good reason for it to be so, they have american weapons with which they always win any argument, and if they lose some day, the US has economic blockades, the extreme right, the armed forces, the paramilitary police and independent contractors subcontractors and miscellaneous agitators to raise hell and provide the excuse to fack up the "poor leftist communist broke asses that caused all that problem" in their view...

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  25. Risk your freedom to take $400 an oz from Denver to D.F. for $180 an ounce? This may be happening, but sporadically and obviously not for profit. It's basically friends getting high quality weed for good friends in D.F.

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  26. Yes it doesn't make sense, why would anyone purchase a oz for $400 in Colorado and traffic to Mexico just to sell for $180? Or am I mistaken? Do they sell it for even more in Mexico to the rich kids?

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    1. The rich in Mexico are REALLY rich 100X over what rich in the States is believe it or not.

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  27. Along the same lines. Blow is making it's way from the U.S. back to Jallisco and Zacatecas states.

    The reason?

    CDG and CJNG are way too greety and have chosen not to sell real/clean blow in those two states. they are selling mejorales molidas.

    Truth be told people visiting those places need their fix of blow and CJNG distributes mostly meth so, they bring the blow with them instead.

    CDG and CJNG will soon go into battle to take full control of sales in Zac given the proximity of Jal and CJNG to Zac state; at a disavantage CDG for being from far away and selling crap.

    Time will show the winner and whether or not clean blow is available again in those states is to be seen.

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  28. Recently bought some Mexican in south Texas for $30 for about 25g. Is it very good quality and the value is amazing. Mexican weed is getting better all the time and is still cheap compared to US.

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