Monday, November 11, 2019

Chihuahua, Chihuahua: The State Of Fear Continues


The increase in criminal activity in the State Capital has set off alarms in the American government.

The American Consulate in Ciudad Juarez has issued warnings that U.S. citizens are advised not to travel to Chihuahua so as not to put their lives at risk.

The notice was issued this Friday after the last bloody events that occurred in the city streets and throughout the state.

There is currently a cartel war against Governor Javier Corral.

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5 comments:

  1. The bottom line is that the US is not going to have a narco state as its neighbor. And for the last 10 to 12 yrs, Mexico has shown the world that's what it is. These horrific events over the last few weeks only solidify it.

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  2. The US couldn’t Conquer Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, etc what makes u think it will Conquer Mexico this isn’t 1845 you guys couldn’t do shit the to Cuba that’s only 90 miles away and communist come on now

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    1. I don't think you understand how war is. War is not supported to be won in the sence that its over in a few. It's an ongoing business for the elite plus the rebuilding for US companies.
      Probably why the US doesn't bomb Mexico it would unstabilize it worse that it is. Could you imagine the refugees going to the US?

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    2. The people on here and their idiotic theories

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    3. Let me ask you one thing 9:22 is Iraq a better place now than when Saddam was in power? Let me answer that, no! How many years has it been? Let me answer that, many! Did Powell not fabricate information to go to war? Let me answer that, yes! Did they ever find weapons of mass destruction? Again, no! Did Halliburton benifit from the rebuilding process? Yes! I know people from Iraq living in the US. Iraq was way more stable before the US got involved. Stick your idiotic comment where the sun don't shine!

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