Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Mexico Collapsing WIth Drug Wars: Millions Of Refugees Coming?

Lets look at the dire situation in Mexico:
OAXACA CITY, Mexico — In San Juan Copala, paramilitaries from nearby towns violently rebuff would-be visitors. A blockade of large rocks prevents anyone from crossing into town.

Copala residents Mariana Flores Sanchez and Ila Sancha Gutierrez speak in strained voices about conditions under the blockade, which has lasted since April. They describe kidnappings, the constant threat of violence and rape and the vacuum of life in their town.

“We don’t have drinkable water, electricity, medical service,” Sanchez said somberly. “The children have lost their school year. The people of Copala are not dying of bullets right now, they are dying of lack of nutrition, dying of curable diseases, because there is no medical care. It's a ghost town.”

Stories like this are becoming widespread. The media does not report it. Why? My theory is this. You have a possible 10 million refugees running to the U.S. border to escape the coming collapse. I'm sure most Americans would figure that out, if this type of news hit mainstream news daily. Nothing could stop millions of refugees flooding the countryside looking for food. Can you imagine thousands of starving people roaming Scottsdale Rd. or Mill Ave in Phoenix? 
The economic collapse is slowly creeping like a slow moving volcanic lava. The thugs have infiltrated the government and police to control cities. How long will citizens stay? Many blogs are reporting the violence.
The most famous blog being BlogdelNarco. Here.

Check this out, parts of Arizona controlled by drug cartels? 
The federal government has posted signs along a major interstate highway in Arizona, more than 100 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border, warning travelers the area is unsafe because of drug and alien smugglers, and a local sheriff says Mexican drug cartels now control some parts of the state.

Article Here.

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