Fentanyl: China’s Secret Weapon to Destabilize America

For those who want to whitewash or dismiss the drugging of America by its enemies, you might want to take the blinders off and read the following book:

Red Cocaine: The Drugging of America and the West by Christopher Story (Author), Joseph D. Douglass (Author), Ray S. Cline (Author)

 

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An examination of Communist strategy reveals that there is more to Chinese drug trafficking than meets the eye.

The United States is voluntarily exposing itself to a chemical attack. Since 2000, this assault has killed more than 700,000 Americans. The weapon is illegal drugs, and Americans are killing themselves with it. In addition to these drug overdoses, roughly 100,000 Americans have been killed in drug-related homicides. This epidemic is destroying the willpower of 28 million people, and costing the economy over $1 trillion per year. Since 6 in 10 drug users are under 34, these problems will likely worsen in the near future. Continue reading

AK-47 Rifles, Claymore Mines, & Grenade Launchers Discovered On Mexico Border

 

According to Breitbart Texas, the federal government of Mexico recently deployed thousands of Mexican soldiers, Marines, and police officers to the Gulf region of the Mexico-United States border, as drug cartel violence spirals out of control.

Rival factions of the Gulf Cartel are in an all-out war against each other for the control of drug trafficking and human smuggling routes into Texas. Breitbart Texas describes how drug cartels are using military weapons in daily skirmishes in the border region. Continue reading

Meanwhile, in Mexico, the murder rate set records but compared to Venezuela it’s a safe haven

Venezuela has been hit with violent protests over food shortages and the region’s highest murder rate.

 

The arrival of a new year is accompanied by new murder statistics from the previous year in Mexico. It is a grisly tally, to be sure. One can always hope it will be lower than the previous year. Sadly, that didn’t occur this past year.

As reported by CNN, “Soaring levels of drug-related violence made 2017 Mexico’s most murderous year on record, according to government statistics released Sunday [Jan. 21st]. There were 25,339 homicides in Mexico last year, a 23 percent jump from 2016 and the highest number since at least 1997, the year the government began tracking the data. Continue reading