Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Prosecute Drug Users for Narcoterrorism — and Kill Repeat Offenders. Mexico is being ravaged, and its very survival as a functioning democracy is at risk, because of the irresponsible and criminal behavior of American drug users. They must be prosecuted as co-conspirators in the crimes of narcoterrorists and made to pay for their crimes.
Ciudad Juárez, whose mayor and other elected officials have moved to El Paso in recent months and commute, ended the year with more than 1,600 drug-related killings. Nationwide, more than 5,700 — criminals, soldiers, police, journalists and bystanders — were killed. That's more than twice the estimated 2,300 slain in 2007.There have been suggestions that Mexico could become a "failed state", and the government of the entire country collapse due to the massive violence and systematic subversion thru bribery of the government by narcotraffickers. Essentially all the money that funds narcoterrorism and bribery comes from U.S. drug users, who are the essence of the problem. They must be held to account, prosecuted as accessories to mass murder, and punished with extreme severity. Drug use in this country must be DESTROYED, along with international drug trafficking, and not just via Mexico. We need a war of extermination of the international drug trade, in which the militaries of the world deliberately provoke resistance to police action by drug traffickers — and then shoot them dead without trial. Napalm the fields where drug crops are grown, and the labs where plants are converted to drugs. Strafe the "people" working in the fields, be it growing or harvesting, and be it in Colombia, Afghanistan, Mexico, Hawaii, or anyplace else. Kill them all without trial. If they're working the drug fields, they are guilty. The only purpose of a trial is to establish guilt or innocence, but if people are caught in the very commission of a crime, why is a trial necessary? The narcoterrorists don't hold trials! Why should we? Just shoot them, strafe them, bomb them, napalm them. And if they surrender, rush them thru trial and kill them by some painful method of execution. Hoisting them slowly off the ground by a noose around the neck and letting them kick for a minute, then lowering them to the ground for a few minutes, and repeating many times until they finally expire, as to replicate what they do to their drug victims.
Philip Heymann, a Harvard law professor and expert on terrorism, characterized the ongoing violence in Mexico as "narcoterrorism, given the tactics used," including beheadings and efforts to silence and intimidate society through threats, gruesome videos and text messages.
"I think the situation in Mexico is very, very dangerous for everyone, including the United States," he said. "The situation hasn't yet registered in the mind-set of Americans, but it will, especially when Americans become the target. All you need are two, three Americans killed and the issue will suddenly become important." * * *
"Ultimately," [a] senior [U.S.] administration official said, "we're not trying to wipe out drug trafficking in Mexico. We're trying to reduce it from the existential problem threatening democracy in Mexico and law enforcement. And you can't really do that until you weaken drug traffickers and strengthen the security forces."
Americans are responsible for Mexico's nitemare, and should be made to pay for their crimes.
Drug pushers, druglords, and corrupt cops and officials who enable the drug trade should all be killed, as an automatic and inescapable penalty. Drug USERS need to be punished with extreme severity, up to and including DEATH for repeat offenses after being sent to prison and/or rehab. If they can't find the internal strength to take advantage of the opportunities society gives them to clean up their lives, we can provide external stiffening of their will — or simply END their lives so they no longer predate the planet.
What loss would their deaths be? Some are going to die if we don't stop them anyway, from their contemptible, criminal vice — NOT "disease".
CNN tonite added this info about the drug war in Mexico:
[Robert Pastor, a Latin America national security adviser for President Jimmy Carter in the late 1970s] and [Peter Hakim, president of the Inter-American Dialogue, a Washington-based policy center] note that the United States helps fuel the violence, not only by providing a ready market for illegal drugs, but also by supplying the vast majority of weapons used by drug gangs.Some gutless fools advocate that we surrender to drugs and just let society be destroyed by massive addiction, as tho addiction is harmless. Every nite, the people of this country are assailed by propaganda by the drug-legalization crowd, that "herbal cigarets" (Craig Ferguson),"weed" or "pot" (all kinds of "comics") and other drugs, including cocaine and heroin, are absolutely harmless — and even if there should be some trivial health hazard, people are entitled to ruin their lives if they want to. That is idiocy.
Pastor says there are at least 6,600 U.S. gun shops within 100 miles of the Mexican border and more than 90 percent of weapons in Mexico come from the United States.
And it's not just handguns. Drug traffickers used a bazooka in Tuesday's shootout with federal police and army soldiers in Reynosa, Mexico, across the border from McAllen, Texas. * * *
"It's as if the burden of being the main arena of the anti-drug war has overwhelmed Mexican institutions," [Larry Birns, director of the Washington-based Council on Hemispheric Affairs,] said. "The occasional anti-drug battle is being won, but the war is being lost. And there's no prospect the war is going to be won."
Most people do not ever believe that the terrible things they hear happen to others could happen to them. Other people, who have miserable lives, give up on ever living well, so surrender themselves to slow death, tho they delude themselves into thinking they aren't killing themselves, they're only numbing the pain by "self-medicating" it away with potentially lethal toxins. In the process, they ruin the lives of everyone around them, and even drive cars and enormous SUVs under the influence, killing total strangers who have no reason to believe that the vehicle coming toward them is going to jump the line and kill them because the sh*head at the wheel is zonked out on marijuana — a supposedly "harmless" drug.
What is the U.S. death toll — the only one that selfish, self-centered, tribalist Americans seem to give a damn about — from drugs? Reliable figures from disinterested parties are very hard to find online. The only figures readily on hand are from drug-legalization propaganda websites, which admit to 'only' 17,000 deaths a year. We are led to think that this is out of a population of 300 million Americans. The actual base population, according to a note at DrugWarFacts.org's own website?
An estimated 3 million individuals in the United States have serious drug problems.Think about this. The population of Chicago is about 2.8 million, a bit lower than the estimated number of people in this country who have serious drug problems. If 17,000 people in Chicago were dying EACH YEAR from drugs, would we regard drugs as harmless? That's a death rate of 0.57% A YEAR. Multiplied by 300 million, that's 1,700,000. We get the same result if we divide 3 million people with a serious drug habit into 300 million Americans = 100, times 17,000 deaths = 1,700,000 deaths, if the total population were the meaningful number — as "DrugWarFacts.org" wants you to believe — in this one country alone. To put that in context, the actual total number of deaths in the United States, from all causes, was 2,448,017 in 2005. 1,700,000 is 69.4% of 2,448,017. Added TO 2,448,017, that would give us an annual death rate of 4,148,017, up more than 2/3 from the current national death rate. Of course, not all Americans would become addicted to drugs if they were legalized, but at a death rate of 0.57%, for each million additional people who did become addicted, we could expect 5,700 to die — EACH YEAR. If we have 3 million addicts, and 17,000 deaths, at a time when we try to suppress drugs, how many addicts, and deaths, would we have if we smiled upon drug use? 10 million, and 57,000 deaths per year? 20 million, and 104,000 deaths A YEAR?
DrugWarFacts.org gleefully reports that 85,000 Americans die from alcohol each year. How meaningful is that? Well, how many Americans use alcohol regularly? 64%, according to CBS News. How many Americans die from alcohol each year? DrugWarFacts.org says 85,000. What is 64% of the U.S. population 18 or older? Well, 25% of the population is under 18, which means that on a base population of 300 million, 225 million are 18+. 64% of that is 144 million. 85,000 deaths represents 0.059% per year. That compares to 0.57% for deaths from drugs: 9.66 TIMES — hell, why quibble? TEN TIMES as many as from alcohol! "Drugs are harmless"? No.
The figure of 17,000 deaths from the drugs that society tries to control, does not include deaths from AIDS, which is, despite Government lies, not an infectious disease at all, but only a drug injury suffered by willful users of drugs and, in the case of children, by the victims of their mother's drug use when they were in her uterus.
In 2006, the estimated number of deaths of persons with AIDS in the United States and dependent areas was 14,627. In the 50 states and the District of Columbia, this included 13,968 adults and adolescents, and 48 children under age 13 years.How do we know that AIDS is a drug injury, aside from the admitted fact of massive drug use among the bulk of AIDS patients? Consider the discrepancy in AIDS between men and women:
The cumulative estimated number of deaths of persons with AIDS in the United States and dependent areas, through 2006, was 565,927. In the 50 states and the District of Columbia, this included 540,436 adults and adolescents, and 5,369 children under age 13 years.
According to the CDC, women continued to account for a growing proportion of new AIDS cases nationally, rising from 7% in 1986 to 27% in 2004. The most recent data (2004) show that African American women account for 67% of new AIDS cases among women; and Latinas account for 15% of those cases.Now consider the distribution of deaths by gender of people admitted to have died from drugs:
Males are disproportionately represented among deaths related to drug misuse or abuse. In the average metropolitan area, males constituted 68% of drug misuse deaths reported to DAWN, ranging from 52% in Louisville to 77% in Phoenix. After adjusting for population size, the rate of drug misuse deaths per 1,000,000 population for males was 2.4 times that for females.Let me do the math for you, since in the first quote, AIDS cases are given for women, but not men, and in the second quote, drug-related deaths are stated for men but not for women. 27% of AIDS being found in women = 73% in men. As for people killed by drugs outrite, 68% are men — "ranging from 52% in Louisville to 77% in Phoenix". A rate of death for men that is 2.4 times that of women is a fancy and confusing way of saying that 2/3 of drug deaths are of men. AIDS = 73% male; drug deaths = 66% to 68% to 77% male. Coincidence? No.
To sum up, drugs are horrendously, nitemarishly destructive, which is why they were outlawed to begin with. They have killed hundreds of thousands of Americans and are destroying entire countries, from Colombia to Mexico, and are ravaging Afghanistan, where the drug trade funds the Taliban in its war against the United States. The people ultimately responsible for this devastation are not just the pushers and druglords but, in all truth, the users. Without their money, the druglords would have no reason to slauter each other, innocents who get caught in the middle, police, mayors, and soldiers in Mexico and Colombia. Nor could they buy the guns and even BAZOOKAS they are using to fite the Mexican ARMY and murder elected officials who are incorruptibly trying to suppress the druglords' criminal enterprises. American drug USERS are wholly responsible for this inexcusable criminality, and must be held to account. If they don't STOP what they're doing, WE must stop them, by any means necessary, up to and including DEATH.
Perhaps the threat of violent death at the hands of society will provide the incentive these disgusting losers need to kick their detestable habit. If not, let them die. They want to die. Let's help them get what they want: death. And once we start killing drug USERS, we will have an end to the bulk of this planet's drug-trafficking problem, because American drug users fund the bulk of the international drug trade, and produce the bulk of the deaths and devastation. They must PAY for their crimes.
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