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Friday, June 18, 2021

Opinion: We Can Target All the Drug Kingpins in Mexico We Want, but That's a Losing Strategy

By Christopher Landau at AZ Central

Note to readers: Christopher Landau served as U.S. Ambassador to Mexico from 2019 to 2021.

Opinion: If we want to stop the flow of illegal, increasingly deadly drugs into the U.S, we can't rely on Mexico to do the hard work for us.

While the migration crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border has monopolized recent headlines, another crisis has been unfolding along the same border: the flow of illegal and increasingly deadly drugs into the United States.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported a grim statistic in December that passed largely unnoticed amid the pandemic: the United States registered more than 81,000 drug overdose deaths in the 12 months ending in May 2020, the highest number of overdose deaths ever recorded in a 12-month period.

Interim reports suggest that the problem has only intensified over the ensuing pandemic year.

Most of these illegal drugs enter our country over the southern border with Mexico, transported by or at the behest of powerful criminal organizations based there. As the most recent U.S. ambassador to Mexico, a critical part of my job was urging the Mexican government to take a more proactive stance to interdict the flow of illegal drugs and hold accountable those responsible for it.

And so it should. But the main lesson I drew from countless interactions with both Mexican and American officials is that the United States cannot depend on Mexico, or any other foreign country, to solve our drug problem.

Catching kingpins relies on Mexico to act
Unfortunately, our main counternarcotics agencies, particularly the Drug Enforcement Administration, remain trapped in an Eliot Ness mindset: the main goal is to catch the bad guys and bring them to justice. While that objective is obviously laudable, it cannot be the basis of our national counternarcotics strategy. There are two problems with the approach, one practical and one conceptual.

The practical problem is that most of the cartel kingpins live in Mexico, so their apprehension and prosecution necessarily depend on the actions of the Mexican government.

For better or worse, the current Mexican government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is firmly convinced that a “militarized” approach to dealing with the cartels would be not only ineffective but counterproductive.

In any event, it is far from clear that Mexico’s law enforcement and judicial institutions are up to the task. The botched attempt to arrest Ovidio Guzmán, son of convicted kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, in October 2019 underscores the challenge.

That won't affect the illegal drug supply
At a deeper level, catching and trying drug kingpins will not significantly affect the supply of illegal drugs. “If you cut the head off the snake, five will grow back” is a line I often heard in Mexico, and amply supported by experience.

Most of these organizations have lieutenants willing to take the leader’s place, and a leadership vacuum often leads to violent internal jockeying for dominance. Even if a particular organization is temporarily or permanently disrupted, there are always plenty of others ready to take up the slack.

None of this is to suggest that the United States and Mexico should not work together to apprehend key figures in the illegal drug trade and bring them to justice. The cartels pose a grave danger to both countries, and we share a common interest in eradicating them.

During my tenure as ambassador, we were able to break a logjam in extraditions and, until the pandemic, were on pace to break records. Cartel leaders should not be able to live and work with impunity.

But the United States cannot outsource its counternarcotics strategy to Mexico. Any strategy that defines success by reference to another country’s efforts is doomed to failure. The United States must have control over implementing its own strategy, which requires a renewed focus on efforts within its own borders.

We must focus on education in the US
These efforts begin with education and prevention programs, particularly in American schools.

Unfortunately, conventional wisdom now tends to dismiss such programs as categorically ineffective, mocking Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” efforts of the 1980s. But if past or existing programs are deemed ineffective, the answer is to improve – not jettison – them. There is ultimately no way to solve the drug problem without addressing the demand side of the equation.

We do not stop teaching math or English whenever questions are raised about student performance in these areas.

Especially in an era when many states have fully or partially decriminalized marijuana use, and the market is flooded with synthetic opioids like fentanyl and methamphetamine that can kill even in infinitesimally small amounts, governments and school boards across the country must focus on developing and implementing updated drug awareness programs.

And target the flow of money and weapons
In addition, the United States must bolster law enforcement efforts on its side of the border.

Drugs smuggled across the border from Mexico do not magically disperse themselves throughout the country; rather, they are trafficked by criminal groups operating on American soil. If the United States, with its relatively robust criminal justice system, has proven unable to eradicate or even substantially contain these trafficking activities within its own borders, how can it realistically expect Mexico to do so within theirs?

United States law enforcement also must attack the American roots of the Mexican cartels’ power: money and weapons. The cartels are in business for profit, and the United States can put them out of business by keeping illegal drug proceeds emanating from this country from reaching cartel pockets in Mexico.

Similarly, the United States – in particular, the Department of Justice – can and must redouble enforcement of its export-control laws to stanch the torrent of firearms and ammunition flowing across the border to the Mexican cartels.

There is a natural human tendency to shift the blame for a problem, and the responsibility for its solution, to someone else.

For far too long, American policymakers have looked to Mexico as the source of the problem and the cure (and vice versa). This has led only to a cycle of mutual recriminations.

With hundreds of Americans overdosing every day, the United States cannot afford to put the fate of its counternarcotics strategy in foreign hands.

72 comments:

  1. They remove Mexican padrinos but allow American ones to be free, it's about chaos on the south so Gringos and Mexican Elite sleep in peace.

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    1. No it’s not Chaos doesn’t support US interests.
      We had enough easy minded approaches to solve the problem. It’s a marathon and not a sprint but guys like you will never ever understand this.

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    2. 9:34 Chaos in Mexico is exactly in the US interest. US likes Mexico to be dependent on US for $$,Weapons and to send its citizens to work in the US for the remittances. For every 1$ the US gives to Mexico for "the fight on drugs" they generate $10 from selling armory to Mexico and keeping illegal Mexican worker's unclaimed tax $. If Mexico got their shit together they would not need the US and could give their business to other countries like Russia and Brazil.

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    3. 9:34 landau worked for the corrupt administration of the Unpresidented Disgrace, amd they also failed to prosecute the Iran/Contra drug traffickers, they do not have presidential pardons for their trafficking, stolen money and murder of Kiki Camarena, 36 years ago, at the root of current problems.
      Also, 7 US military bases in Colombia, have failed to eliminate drug teafficking or capturing the worst colombian criminal ever, alvaro uribe velez, their partner and creator of the Falsos Positivos.

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    4. What are you talking about???? Mexican bosses are always released "for lack of evidence" in Mexico, and in the U.S., only Chapo and Mochomo are doing life. The others have been getting released, while others are cutting deals

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    5. @10:30 Google is your best amigo, go there and see how many big capos are serving long sentences, not life, but very long time.

      After that, analyze how the war has gotten worse each time a big shot is taken away systematically and who takes over the position with full gov backup.

      Then, ask yourself who moves the tons of narcotics that cross each month to U.S.A.

      Yes, U.S.A. protects those unknown American drug lords that belong to Asian or Italian mafias mostly. There's also African Americans and such that you'll never hear from.

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  2. How do I explain it? This is how. I want to keep it short. It is something. A truth. A fact. An idea. A birth. A being. That I know you will not understand. It is what mine, having no thought of it, automatically gain everything on. There is nothing like it. No comparison. It Is new everyday. And these of mine who are my bosses know no bounds. A complete adaptation to the land. They are to fill themselves before. But now they eat to devour everything. Just to have the shits.

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    1. You express yourseld like Biden.

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  3. 1) Realities have to be faced,there are drug users/addicts,alcoholics,pharma-drug users and there will never be a time,maybe in a long long time when they do not exists.A lot of these people have jobs and has some money to pay for it.
    2) Drugs are available 24/7 whether it's illegal or not so what did illegality do if it's available all the time.Nothing
    3)Money is many times more addicting than drugs,so there will always be sellers.
    4)The worst people in history were not drug addicts:the wars,colonizations,invasions,the millions who died.People could not be worse.Money addicts were/are the worst people in history.

    Legalize the drugs and regulate it and treat it is close to a mental disorder.

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    1. Legalization of narcotics is & will be the solution. An issue that cartels don't want. Especially where money will be of uncertainty. Rather the fortunes which pay their employees (scouts, dealers, bribery ect).
      The Reagan era of just 'say no' went nowhere.
      Let's not forget that Drug enforcement policies are what feeds their own personal life. Rather employment for all sides of the border.

      Drugs are here to stay and one must choose wisely from becoming a victim.

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    2. Legalization will be the solution to what? Do you mean just straight up open for anyone any time? Or legal yet managed?

      If drugs are legalized, someone still has to make them, and provide them, which the Cartels can still have a role. If you think people should be allowed to cook their own meth then I don't know about you but I would not want a tweaker cooking meth next door and risking to blow up the building. That is too dangerous. Have you seen the streets of Los Angeles? San Francisco? In California its really easy to get drugs and rarely penalized since the recent laws downgraded them from a Felony to a citation, (almost legal) while drug arrests went down, drug use went up and along with that, mental illness went up! look at what's being described as a homeless crisis which is in reality a mental crisis fueled by addiction.

      If you mean legal but managed, control who gets it? made in a lab? Well it's been that way, if you have ADHD you can legally get Adderall which is amphetamines, same with Fentanyl, it can be obtained in a pharmacy.

      If drug companies are able to sell to anyone, they would lose alot of money because the people won't pay what insurance currently pays. They would raise the prices making it unaffordable and again the cartels step in to provide that drug at a cheaper price.

      When weed became legal, the trafficking of weed dropped alot, but that didn't affect the cartels, they still had other drugs. The legalization of drugs in the US won't do much. When there are plenty of countries that still buy Mexican drugs and pay more than the Americans.

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    3. Even if drugs get legalized and they loose income there. Illegal immigration is still big business and there is alot of people trying to come over.

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    4. @11:16
      Point we'll taken. However, despite pharmaceutical price gouging in America. A big business for those pharma companies who managed to dictate regulations through our politicians.
      In the end the BLACK MARKET will always exist without the taxes acquired by state & federal laws.
      Drugs will always remain & deaths will continue to follow unfortunately.

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    5. Legalization brought down china for centuries, but it continues to make trillions of dollars for the british and associate banks.
      Legalization also unleashed the Opioid Epidemic all over the US, financed by medicare and insurance companies scams and illegal mexican trafficking that fills the needs of the addicts legalization created.

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  4. The title is not an opinion, but a fact. High level arrests have not slowed not even a bit drug trafficking, it was assumed that taking a leader out would weaken a cartel yet instead the groups that make up the cartel become more violent as now they start to compete amongst them selves for power. After years of failure, it's clear that the attention should be towards the Mexican government, that's where the problem is. Mexico has gotten so used to it's corruption that they don't even think about as the root of it's problems, it became normal now that they believe that the main reason for the cartel problem is the demand for drugs in the USA. The USA isn't getting rid of it's drug problem anytime soon, alot of places give out the needles, in California, the possession of meth went from felony to citation, but let's say the USA manages to slow down drug use and the people are healthy, that would solve a problem in the USA but not in Mexico, the Cartels will still be there, still sending drugs to other countries were it's more profitable, still engaging in human trafficking, prostitution, extortion, counterfeiting goods. Who will the government blame now? The USA can ban weapons but there is still other American weapons from Central American militaries surplus after their civil wars.

    Cartels will exists as long as the Mexican government allows them to. There needs to be a complete overhaul on the government, its laws, those who write the laws and those who enforce them. They need to get rid of Amparos, no immunity for these criminals. Crimes with multiple casualties should be tried as terrorist attacks, penalties should be harsh, how is it possible that trafficking a few pounds can get you life in prison in the USA, but in Mexico a criminal responsible for dozens of deaths can be out in a few years? Judges shouldn't be able to just release high level criminals that easy and use any little excuse to say the arrest is illegal and letting them free. How is it that in the US, Emma is being charged for helping Chapo escape but in Mexico if you escape, there is no law against that, making the act of escaping completely legal and still say that humans want to naturally be free so therefore it's not against the law. The government needs to stand it's ground and make an example out of each captured narco and they need to stop being scared of them, even tho the cartels are already deeply infiltrated, all politicians should be screened, get rid of the ones with ties, yes the narcos will retaliate and officials will fear for their safety but that's why also there needs to be a massive amount of funding on investigations to arrest anyone who retaliates, and finally solve many of the millions of unsolved crimes.

    If these things can be done, it can put alot of pressure on cartels and make it harder for them to operate. Mexico can act now and make a difference now and not wait on the USA. Mexico can limit and slow drug trafficking, they can make it extremely hard for cartels to supply even if there's a demand that can eventually shrink when the supply is hard to come by.

    The problem is that the greedy selfish politicians that refuse to acknowledge their wrongdoing will not make this change out of their own. The people need to stop glorifying the narcos and their over exaggerated lifestyle and change their government.

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    1. Quackity Quack!

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    2. well said. a rational way forward that everyone will overlook anyway..Mexican government has no interest in stopping these scum

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    3. Well said. One thing brought up that should be looked at more when the discussion of strategy and going after kingpins is when the US (Trump Administration) looked at labeling the cartels as Terrorist organizations and AMLO negotiated that down and likely gave up Luna/etc in return.

      Designating a cartel group as terrorists (FTO) not only opens up law enforcement in the US more abilities to freeze businesses and accounts/etc (they have a lot already under the kingpin act)..but more importantly or possibly devistatingly is that they are then under the War Powers the President/US has and the US military can technically target them directly without 'invading' Mexico as it is part of the War on Terror and the act from 2002. Imagine Mencho or drug labs being taken out by US flown drone strikes and special ops teams in Mexico targeting groups (more openly at least I am sure).

      By definition, they are not terrorists groups as their main focus is criminal money making...yet they use terrorist defining actions to further their control, influence, etc especially with the targeting of politicians and police in local and national levels.

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    4. 9:37 wins!!!
      "Operation 40" straight CIA from the US created mexican cartels with mexican government's DFS.

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    5. The CIA could've created cartels, just like they created many terrorist organizations but that's not the question. What's done has been done, can't go back and change that, the question is how to stop the cartels from ruining the country.

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  5. The only way to end this is to be like the Philippines, and completely exterminate them. Their laws are harsh for drug pushers/users and its sad to say it but that’s what Mexico truly needs to end this.

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    1. Mexico the US as well

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    2. 6:58 I regret to inform you do to unforseen circumstances transpiring in Mexico, the enpt president and his government do fixes whatsoever, they want this quagmire to continue so Obrador and his brother could continue getting bribe money in envelopes.

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    3. Mexico's morgue is overwhelmed with fatalities to accommodate scum.

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    4. Not going to happen when the president of Mexico protect the Cartel. Amlo Cartel president

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    5. That didn't work in the Philippines.

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    6. June 18, 2021 at 11:12 AM
      explícame como entonces AMLO se molestó por qué al marro le tumbaron los delitos. al güero palma lo tienen arraigado. al ahijado del Mencho. no sabe si que pedo pero hay nomás abren la boca.

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    7. @2:19, PELADISIMA DE EXPLICAR!

      Al pinche peje no le sirve de nada el marrro fuera, es un paisita local, no un capo grande, el guero palma hace años que no tiene poder, prueba de ello fue la ejecucion de su sobrina e hija, y el ahijado del Mencho es contra precisamente de los chapitos que es a los que proteje el wey del AMLOCO, por mas que intenten hacer creer que el cabron es distinto, NO LO ES, el pinche peje es otro cabron politico tranza, solo que este es peor por que se hace pendejo y dice ser honesto, pero mas pendejo el que se lo cree, y todavia MAS PENDEJO el que lo defiende.

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    8. 6:58 rodrigo duterte himself is a motherfucking drug addict.
      9:36 AMLO is revered by foreign governments and politicians all ober the world.
      Presently owning PEMES, IMSS CFE, HCP, the melitary, Morena, and his reelection, "tyrant dictator" AMLO needs no money envelopes from drug traffickers you mf'ing liar you.

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    9. @7:33

      "Revered all over the world" AJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA that´s the biggest bull shit I have ever read on a comment section, AMLO is a clown, only stupid people who feed their AMLO nuthugging addiction with Los Youtuberos believe such crap.

      AMLO is a piece of shit with thousands of innocent lives owed to his policies, from cartel victims left to die with his hugs not bullets pendejada, to the poor kids with cancer left with no medication to the people that died for his and Gatell´s negligence in the pandemic.


      AMLO is one of the worst polititians to ever emerge from Mexico and that´s something, considering motherfuckers like Salinas, Lopez Portillo, EPN and such.

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  6. Imagine if all drugs were legal, sinaloa and durango would crumble, i wanna say that at least 70% of their income is drug money, what would the sinaloans be proud of? What would happen to all the narco corridos singers? Sinaloa and durango would turn into haiti

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    1. What would happen to all the Michoacános and Jaliscas who’s style would they to try copy next ?? Maybe will Jalisco and Michoacán turn in to Puerto Rico and start being more like bad bunny

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    2. @9:24
      Can you try hiding your stupidity a little better?

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    3. Copy what style? Joto sinagay. Y’all style is snitching, running, crying and backstabbing 🤣🤣🤣 foh y’all should pick something up from real Michoacán bosses with nuts and their word pinche halucin de seguro consumistes más fentanilo de lo regular para escribir esta mamada @9:24

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    4. 9:24 is that really what you care about? Style? By the way the ones copying is sinaloas they are copying the colombians.

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    5. 10:32 michuakas never stood up to father maciel or his degenarate progenie.
      7:07 drugs are not legal in Haiti, but foreign meddling in the island including in the Dominican Republic produced their bad situation...
      Do not worry, Louis Farrakhan and his own TonTon Macute soldiers are trying to recover the blacks and the island for their own brand "lordigion".

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  7. Blah blah blah. More words, same old failed strategy. The only way for the US Gov to win is to start its own vertically integrated cocaine retail sales locations at about 300 state drug stores (throughout the country). Sales would fund education. Cartels would go out of business. Europe and Canada should do the same. This would work, but when will anyone listen?

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    1. Cartels would go out of business lol, I can't stop laughing, no drugs, your a rookie.
      Did you not hear .. to bring blood money in they also resort to extortion, Kidnapping, fuel theft, human smuggling, train robberies, sex trafficking, may I continue?

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    2. Leaving all those unemployed to commit other means of violence for income.
      Jobs & educational services need to be allocated elsewhere.

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    3. 838 if drugs were stopped, don't you think, they have been having other avenues of bring in money.

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    4. Not my problem. Mexico needs to take care of its own problems. America has to stop being the top customer of DTOs. The only way is to establish a monopoly on narcotics. Or, just let drug addicts get legal scripts for morphine. America has a stupidity and denial problem when it comes to the war on drugs.

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    5. Tje biggest robberies all over the world are committed by politicians who assign juicy contracts to their donors while in power until they get to jobs with plushy pensions and retirements.
      Witness the US vicepresident creator of Actionable Evidence who made off with 40 million dollars bonus for his own pockets. 5 time draft dodging chicken hawk Dick Cheney...

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  8. Maybe Kamala can find the root cause!

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    1. 9:10 Kamala found corruption in Bill Barr simce he was auditing for AG.
      But her favorite Cause, herself is still winning at politics with President Biden who enjoys more than 70% APPROVAL of his ptesidential driving while asleep.

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  9. At least one American with a better understanding of what’s going on.

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    1. Legalize all of it. Then you can track hard drug users and focus harm-reduction where it is needed most.

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  10. AND TO THINK THE SINALOENSES CORRIDOS TALK ABOUT BEING BRAVE, GOING OUT WITH GUNFIGHTS INSTEAD OF JAIL, AND LOOK AT EL CHAPO THE FACE OF CULIACAN WAS ON THE VERGE OF TEARS WHEN HE WAS CAPTURED LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL SON MAS CULOS QUE PIERNA EN CULIACAN

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    1. 10:06 is already been stablished that the corridos are fake, cds fans are a bunch of mitoteras and chapo cryed like a little girl!
      O and i almost forgot CHAPO SNITCHED!!!!!

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  11. The kingpin strategy is one of the causes of the chaos and violence. All of the sicarios, suppliers, smugglers, etc have to be paid in some way from the trafficking of drugs, the cartels by nature have sub groups that control different aspects of the trade. When the kingpin/leader is removed; either someone replaces him and/or the smaller groups splinter off. Those groups may not have the same connections or ability for income from drug trafficking so they are either eager to gain territory through force or look to other means to support their groups (extortion, kidnapping, etc).

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    1. That's where stimulus money comes in.

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  12. The drug war continues. I see no end anytime soon.

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  13. The problem is in my country we r the users

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  14. Waste time and money jailing cartel menbers in the U.S. nothing changes Americans are addicted to drugs

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  15. USA invades Mexico, and gets the job done. Fastest solution. Allow addicts to get the drugs by prescription like england does, they go to pharmacy for heroin. Free the non-violent prisoners. Allow cannabis to continue to be legal.

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    1. They do not allow people to get heroin from the pharmacy in England. There are needle exchange places and methadone programmes. But heroin itself is very much illegal here in the UK.

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    2. somos un pueblo soberano así que a chingar a su madre los estados unidos. no nos metemos con nadie para que nadie se meta con nuestra soberanía. así de simple. invaden y china Rusia nos apoyarían en caliente

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    3. 2:23 russians and chinese autocratic narco-oligarchs are worse than the US, even FAWX news would be prosecuted there.

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  16. allow citizens to grow their own...

    simple. but then what of all the industry that relies on human misery and enslavement!?


    or just allowing the state ever more enroaching paths into ur lives and everyone around you. keep telling people what to do and how to live, what to consume and not consume bcuz if you dont do it then why should they dtugs err bad right? and more importantly keep reminding yourself how u need the state to dictate to yal how to feel. god forbid somebody part takes in hobbies other than your own..works great so far...


    note: whats the latest broo ha ha? the "opioid crisis" gtfo here with that non sense, its a fentanyl crisis, one that only exists bcuz of draconian enforcement and restriction on morphine and its derivatives...nobody that uses h wants fentanyl, the dealers simply sell them fent branded as H either bcuz they cant supply the product requested or pure greed..foul mfers the lot of em

    quit asking the state to get involved in your lives in such sn intimate way. its none of their bizness. if you think this isnt a war on personal liberty then tell me what is suboxone and methadone? all of the addiction without the reward of feeling a damn thing...oh thats right that little hit about being able to control the supply, reap the taxes and enslave just the same...

    this system doesnt give a damn about any of yal so knock off letting them get in the door with their 'solutions', tell them to shove it and stay out thats it and all this goes away. ita that easy. no buts no what abouts. this is ur answer. any nay doubters present stand up and state ur case ill go toe to toe with yal in a debate any time...


    thats what i thought...you sleep on that


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  17. To be honest, the Cartels will not go anywhere. They eventually will be reduced in the future but not completely eliminated. The powerful cartels work in many levels from lesser known leaders doing white collar crimes making millions without the attention, and there's those that got out of hand doing the dirty work and who the media focuses on.

    If we use CJNG as an example, there is obviously Mencho who is getting alot of the attention because of the violence he has generated, his armed men just like any other armed group are doing all the dirty work and are part of the problem that got out of hand. And there is another CJNG leader El Cuini who recently became more known, unlike Mencho he wasn't as famous, his method of working was white crime, financial crimes he didn't have to get dirty. He was able to keep a low profile and become the richest narco without even having to invade plazas, start wars and fight.

    every major Cartel has those people that are powerful are filtrated in the government and avoid attention. CDS, CJNG, CDG have them And I'm sure that when the time comes were all the famous leaders get taken out and sicarios no longer intimidate law enforcement, the cartels will shrink to very small but really powerful groups of criminal businessmen instead of traffickers.

    This is what happened to the Italian mafias that operated in New York.

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    1. Wow. I didnt know a crime analysis expert was present.
      Lmao 🤡

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    2. Doesn't take an expert, it takes common sense. It's ok you can hide your clown face now

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  18. Now this is a great topic...they also have to target/prosecute/and sanction the politicians,oligarchy and the banks that is the problem...the u.s.a

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  19. Piss on it all. Covid 22 and then 23 is coming, so just bend down and kiss our collective asses goodbye. And or China and the USA will nuke us all in the upcoming global war, so what does it all matter, Be happy, do drugs, make money, betray your friends out of envy, whatever, it's all going to Hell and always was headed that way. I guess we are all just scum like a bad virus is.

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  20. Love this discussion! It can only happen on BB and its knowledgeable following.

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    1. For real. Everyone is so sure to have the solution. At least I let it be known that what I say, ITS JUST MY OPINION.
      I don't claim to have facts, or what I say to be correct and 100% accurate, it's simply my opinions and I can be wrong, afterall I'm not an expert.

      But alot of people say the dumbest things and are so damn sure about it

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  21. I have a question..
    Why did the U.S put up a wall between 🇲🇽 and the 🇺🇸 but now they are letting THOUSANDS illegals through the DOOR? LOL

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    1. Are they really? So i can tell my close fam members to cross and visit and stay 🤣🤣
      Just cause biden is not caging little kids like animals it doesnt mean he is letting everybody in
      I bet you also believe in the fake sinaloans corridos! And i bet you think you are european🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pero el nopal en la frente ni con cirugia te lo quitas

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    2. 11:28 I'm MEXICAN
      🇺🇸 is letting THOUSANDS of central AMERICAN people THROUGH the front door..
      My point is this.. AMERICA needs MEXICANS and central Americans to work BECAUSE Americans don't want to work no MORE.. AMERICA just like to Front like theyvdont need US but we keep America GREAT... Just SAYING

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  22. Christopher Landau Is a fucking moron. Stay away from any position of leadership you dumb mutt

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  23. If drugs go legal cartels go legal, simple.

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