“President Felipe Calderón has sent 7,000 soldiers and 2,000 federal police into the urban warfare…..”
They could send 7 million soldiers into the city and it wouldn’t make a darn bit of difference as long as drugs are illegal and people want them. When someone figures out how to stop people from getting high or figures out how to profit from it legally, ala…californias pot shops, then the warfare will end.
Another example of dysfunctional government intervention is the United Nations. The UN is allegedly involved with joint military operations in the eastern Congo that have resulted in the deaths of 1,400 civilians
That’s really terrible.
USA President Barack Obama has promised $1.4 billion in funds to help the country fight its drug war. The three-year aid package is intended to provide weapon-detection technology, surveillance and intelligence-gathering equipment, helicopters and training for police, prison and military personnel. But in reality, nothing much has been done till now.
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