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« Thread started on: Jan 27th, 2018, 10:20am »

Hmmm... Maybe we need a good fence...or a wall?


Are We Fighting the Wrong War?


The National Drug Threat Assessment provides a yearly assessment of the many challenges local communities face related to drug abuse and drug trafficking. Drug poisoning deaths are the leading cause of injury death in the United States; they are currently at their highest ever recorded level and, every year since 2011, have outnumbered deaths by firearms, motor vehicle crashes, suicide, and homicide.

2017 DEA Drug Threat Report: has been made public and Mexico is the greatest heroin source with most illegal drugs coming across our border with Mexico from 6 major drug cartels. The 182 page comprehensive report covers twenty sections. Heroin-involved overdose deaths more than quadrupled between 2010 and 2015, with the most recent data indicating that heroin was involved in 12,989 American deaths in 2015 increasing to about 2000 deaths per year to about 17,000 in 2017..Note: .I have yet to see our National TV fake news mention this

Mexican cartels remain the greatest criminal drug threat in the United States. The cartels are the principal wholesale drug sources for domestic gangs responsible for street-level distribution in virtually every city in the US. The Sinaloa Cartel maintains the most expansive footprint in the United States while the Jalisco New Generation Cartel has increased its presence across the United States.

Mexico’s drug wars have claimed more than 80,000 lives between 2006 and 2015, according to analyst estimates in the 2015 Congressional Research Service report. Beheadings, mass executions, public hangings and torture — it’s all part of the massive drug war next door. Fierce rivalries between Mexico’s drug cartels have wreaked havoc on the lives of civilians who have nothing to do with the drug trade. Bystanders, people who refused to join cartels, migrants, journalists and government officials have been killed. Mexican Cartels control the drug trade making an estimated 29 billion dollars profit per year enabling them to buy off politicians and key members of the news. Many US politicians show their opposition to building a wall that would slow the drug trade and help stop the slaughter.

Mexico is the provider of 70 % of the heroin to the United States, followed by Colombia to a much lesser degree.

Mexican-based transnational criminal organizations (TCOs) dominate the supply and wholesale distribution of most illicit drugs in the United States. About 70% of all illicit drugs consumed in the United States are trafficked through Mexico, TCOs, and have expanded their control over the drug-trafficking conducted by criminal street gangs in their respective territories. Zetas: Juan Gerardo Treviño-Chávez is leading the cartel.

Mexican TCOs maintain the greatest drug trafficking impudence in the United States, with continued signs of growth and expansion. By controlling lucrative smuggling corridors, primarily across the Southwest Border, Mexican TCOs export significant quantities of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, and fentanyl into the U.S. annually. Once these illicit drugs are smuggled into the U.S., they are delivered to user markets through transportation routes and distribution cells that are managed or influenced by Mexican TCOs. Illegal immigrants are often forced to bring drugs into the US by the Mexican Cartels that control the border. Over the past several years, Mexican TCOs have expanded their sphere of influence into numerous regions of the United States.

The most significant illicit drug threat posed to the US is by Mexican TCOs grown heroin, which dominate the wholesale supply of crystal methamphetamine, cocaine, Mexican-grown marijuana, and heroin.

A veritable war on drugs has erupted in Mexico with the Calderon government attempting to rid the country of organized crime. Drug violence within Mexico recorded 29,168 murders in 2017. The fighting between the Cartels and the Mexican government continues at a high rate spilling into US cities. The billions of dollars in profits are laundered in American Banks such as Wachovia Bank that laundered 379 Billion Dollars over several years. These profits are used to pay off or threaten politicians and the news to keep the flow of drugs coming.

Heroin poses a serious public health and safety threat to the United States. Overdose deaths, already at high levels, continue to rise. The increased mixing of heroin with analogues of the highly-potent synthetic opioid fentanyl and other synthetic opioids has exacerbated this situation. Fentanyl is increasingly mixed with diluents and sold as heroin, often with no heroin present in the product. Fentanyl also continues to be made more widely available in the form of counterfeit prescription pills marketed for illicit street sales.

As of 2016, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) assesses Mexican TCOs, as controlling the drug trafficking to the U.S:

Heroin poses a serious public health and safety threat to the United States. Overdose deaths, already exceed a thousand+ young Americans per month. The increasing adulteration of heroin with analogues of the highly-potent synthetic opioid fentanyl and other synthetic opioids has exacerbated this situation. Poppy cultivation and heroin production levels in Mexico, the primary source of heroin for the U.S. market, continue to increase. The heroin supply in white powder markets in the eastern U.S, is highly pure, inexpensive, and increasingly adulterated with fentanyl. While the size of the heroin user population is smaller than other major drugs, heroin is highly deadly to its users.

The Drug poisoning of Americans continues to increase with no help from the news media or city governments. Heroin availability has expanded to unprecedented levels in recent years making heroin available at low cost • Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the US in 2016 , with 52,404 deaths, increasing to 64,000 in 2017+ Additionally, many killings and robberies are tied to the desperate need for money to buy the drugs. By the end of his presidency on January 20, 2017, Barack Obama had exercised his constitutional power to grant executive clemency—that is, “pardon, to 1,927 individuals most of whom were convicted of federal drug crimes.

Many illegal immigrants are forced to bring in heroin and illegal drugs by the Mexican Cartels to various American cities as payment for being allowed to enter the US. Mexican cartels remain the greatest criminal drug threat in the United States. The cartels are the principal wholesale drug sources for domestic gangs responsible for street-level distribution. Many politicians are supporting the drug trade by refusing to allow the police who capture drug criminals to report to ICE. The Sinaloa Cartel maintains the most expansive footprint in the United States while the Jalisco New Generation Cartel has increased its presence across the United States.

In comparison the U.S. first invaded Afghanistan on October 7, 2001, as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. US military deaths over sixteen years of fighting in the War in Afghanistan as of October 2017 have now reached.1,834 about ten deaths per month as the result of hostile action. The Mexican drug war not covered by the news media kills thousands of young people each month. Perhaps we are fighting the wrong war?

PLUS: “What’s in today’s drug supply is really terrifying,” said Richard Baum, acting director of the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy who is also part of the panel releasing the new report.

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), drug overdoses are the leading cause of accidental death in America, killing more people than guns or car accidents.

Opioids continue to be the drivers for these overdoses, including both legally prescribed prescription painkillers as well as illegal drugs. In fact, the number of overdose deaths related to Mexican fentanyl is expected to more than double, from an estimated 9,945 in 2016 to 20,145 in 2017, the CDC says.

The CDC is also seeing a trend in overdose deaths related to cocaine, which have increased steadily from over 4,000 in 2009 to over 6,700 in 2015. The agency expects that number to rise to over 6,900 in 2016 and then to make a 52% jump to almost 11,000 cocaine-related deaths this year. Kolodny said. Nov 22, 2017 – Mexican drug cartel super-labs, and an ongoing prescription painkiller boom, are set to drive up overdose death rates in California by 50 percent; the average purity of methamphetamine has climbed from 39 to almost 93 percent; and the average purity of Fentanyl has risen from 5 percent to 90 percent.

All forms of opioid use caused the death of 64,000 Americans last year.

Most of the fentanyl is being smuggled from Mexico into the country “through the porous border” by foot, by car, and even by “catapults.”

My Coroner friend tells me almost all the deaths he investigates are youngsters in their twenties with syringes in their arms with an overdose of deadly Mexican drug. What they could handle two weeks ago kills them.

There is some good news, the U.S. convicted nearly 500 human traffickers and 1,200 gang members, and helped our international allies arrest about 4,000 MS-13 members. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement also arrested and charged hundreds of people suspected with contributing to the ongoing opioid crisis.

Thanks to http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2017/11/2017-drug-threat-reportrcq-leads.html

SOURCE: George Filer III included this write-up in his "Filer's Files" update. He is trying to make a point that activity such as this is one of the reasons why alien visitors don't respect humans.....
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