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To: Citizen Zed

No one has to “work” to get across the US border. The Afgan heroin crop is at a record high and already the ME terrorist groups are in the supply chain that reaches to the US border and to all points internal. MS-13 is in 1100 plus cities and is growing exponentially in presence with all other cartel gangs. Everyone in the drug business wants a piece of the $7B heroin market from Afganistan and the conditions for procurement and distribution are the best EVER.

Wit marijuana being an entry drug for prescription drug abuse as well as illicit drug use and abuse, WA State and Colorado should be obvious choices for increased drug distribution limited only by the size of the market present.

Invasion is PROFITABLE for those partaking in it on all sides of the equation, except for ...citizens.


4 posted on 07/11/2014 6:28:05 PM PDT by givemELL
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To: givemELL
>"Wit marijuana being an entry drug"

Bzzzzt. Wrong. Tobacco is the original gateway drug, first tried during childhood, then alcohol.

Please stop maligning cannabis with refer madness propaganda. If anything Washington and Colorado will have lower opiate demand due to the freedom to choose another form of pain relief.

6 posted on 07/12/2014 1:54:44 AM PDT by rawcatslyentist (Jeremiah 50:32 "The arrogant one will stumble and fall ; / ?)
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To: givemELL

i read somewhere that the global drug market was around $ 3 Trillion. Ill look it up.

Human traficking is at $32 Billion.

Banks are in it up to their eyeballs. They need drugs legalized, and the government need the populace stoned out of their minds.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/money-laundering-and-the-drug-trade-the-role-of-the-banks/5334205


7 posted on 07/12/2014 6:32:56 AM PDT by mgist (.)
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