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Is the war on drugs an excuse to disarm American citizens?

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posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 01:47 AM
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All I know is, when Bush was in office, I didn't hear hardly anything about the war on drugs. Now that Obama is president, the media has been showing nothing but the war on drugs. And then for the first time ever, Forbes puts a drug lord in the top richest people in the world's list... Something doesn't sound right about this at all. Is this is the scape goat that will be used to disarm the American citizens slowly but surely?




posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 02:15 AM
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Maybe, but I find it more likely a pretext to get ourselves invited down into Mexico for military and police duties is the intent.



posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 02:30 AM
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Since you started your own thread using the same post you used in a thread about this same issue. I will repost my reply to you in this one.

When Bush was in office the Cartels weren't waging a full scale war in Mexico. If the situation that is now playing out wasn't happening then we would be going about it as we usually do.

That would be ignoring it.

We aren't going to be disarmed, there will not be martial law and the military won't be roaming the street policing the people.

I recall alot of threads here last year where people accused W of trying to impose laws that would impose a police state. That fell through now everyone jumped off the W is evil bandwagon onto the Obama is evil bandwagon.

I'm sure in 4 years if a new President is elected then the same will be said of him or her.



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