Friday, February 27, 2009

Failed State



The U.S. State Department is trying to declare Mexico a failed state. In the aftermath of 9/11, politicians warned against allowing nations to slip into a "failed state." Afghanistan had been declared a failed state even though the Taliban had assumed power in the 1990's. U.S. officials pledged in the post-9/11 discussions to never let a failed state be a haven for terror training. Obama has made this an unwavering pledge- to
eradicate "safe havens" wherever they exist. Mexico is directly south of the United States. More than 7,000 people have died as result of the ongoing drug war along the U.S./Mexico border since January 2007.


Some facts to remember about this situation south of the border:


  1. The United States has created an inflated market for narcotics trade through prohibition. This narcotics trade has also expanded the role of law enforcement and government.


  2. 90 percent of the cartel's weaponry is purchased in the United States.

The Council on Foreign Relations members, globalists, who would like to see one world government have encouraged this situation through legislation. Even one of their own, Richard Holbrooke, U.S. diplomat currently in Afghanistan, has admitted that drug eradication is bound to fail. This begs the question: Why make a phony market? Why escalate a phony war?

                                       Richard Holbrooke and Serbian fighter, 1998

What a better way to forge an inseparable union than through strife and war. The lines become blurred between nation and nation, state vs. foreign country, good vs. bad guys. Mexico can't handle the cartel. They are out-gunned and politicians are being beheaded. Policemen are brazenly threatened and murdered. In some areas, the government has lost complete control. It is unlikely the U.S. , while Americans are being brought into this violence, will sit idly by. If the same fate starts happening to law enforcement members of the United States, all out war will happen between the D.E.A and the Sinoloa cartel.                                               

                                                                                     

The sting, Operation Xcellerator, was kicked off with the arrest in Yorba Linda, CA of Pablo Perfecto. Sr. Perfecto, or Mr. Perfect, was investigated and later apprehended as result of the project called Operation Imperial Emperor. He pled guilty and gave up a lot of his amigos. It is estimated that the Sinoloa cartel's power in the mid-90's was equal to the heights of  Pablo Escobar's Medellin cartel in the 1980's. Federal agents defeated and shook down the Medellin cartel for all the money it had accumulated as a result of market-restricting economic law. At the height of its wealth, like a rose ready to be cut, the U.S. busted Pablo right at the time he had grown so barbarous he was in control of Colombia's government.

      Pablo Escobar, 1980's   

This time around for the Council on Foreign Relations and Obama the stakes are much higher. This time, when harvesting this "drug-bubble" the globalists need to make sure they use the opportunity for true socio-political changes in American culture. As FDR once famously quipped, "When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on." With the economy collapsing the globalists will not be able to get a one world currency without destroying the U.S. dollar. But they may be able to prolong market suffering by news of currency consolidation. A North American Union has been on the global agenda for a long time and been fought against quite effectively, especially in Texas. Mexico and the U.S. both have interests at the border and a common enemy: drugs and traffickers. The Obama Administration wants to violate Americans' second amendment rights and Mexican officals need help stopping the war they blame, at least partly, on the United States.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29395217/






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