Monday, April 18, 2011

U.S.-Backed Programs Supplying the Firepower for Mexico’s Soaring Murder Rate.

More government to government transfers arm cartels as well as Gunwalker.


Anonymous said...

So we made money through the Gunwalker sales which helped arm the cartels and then turn around and make more money selling arms to the Mexican government to fight those cartels.

Anonymous said...

"However, even though serious narco-corruption exists within law enforcement and the military in Mexico (the very parties who are the end-users of legally imported weapons), the path that DCS arms shipment diversions follow to the criminal world remains illusive (sic)."

However elusive the path, there is no question as to the identity and methodology of the conduit.

In part, the DCS program is a large-scale strawman operation. Mexico's Defense Ministry buys guns and supplies them to the drug cartels. Blame for the bloody consequences is laid at the feet of Arizona/Texas gun shop owners.

It is no surprise that ATF took their cue from this arrangement and used it as a model for Operation Fast and Furious.


Anonymous said...

Our tax dollars at work.

Gaviota said...

Solution: Stop giving/selling to Mexico any military arms or supplies. Close the border. Put the Army & National Guard on the border. Arrest any northbound border crossers. Kill anyone who shoots at US forces or civilians.

I don't want to kill American citizens who use drugs, but if the US government and the economy collapses, and the dopers begin raiding the countryside for Grampa's hydrocodone prescription to support their habits, that's what it will come to. Any unvetted people found crossing the barriers into my neighborhood will be arrested and deported, and if they resist, they'll be shot to death and hung by their feet at the barrier as a warning to other mutant zombie bikers.