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posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:16 AM
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Mexico Black Market Value $126.08 Billion

Security Risks in Mexico
AK-47 price :$1,400 by U.S. border / $3,000 in Southern Mexico
Price paid to human smugglers :$4,000 to USA / $9,000 to USA by boat
Book Piracy :$41 Million
Counterfeiting :$75 Billion
Cigarette Smuggling :$0.583 Billion ($583 Million)
Drug Trafficking :$40 Billion
Gas and Oil Smuggling :$3000 Million (3 Billion)
Human Smuggling :$7.5 Billion
Movie Piracy :$483 Million
Music Piracy :$436.4 Million
Software Piracy :$1249 Million ($1.249 Billion)
Counterfeit Drugs :$650 Million
Counterfeit Toys :$1 Million
Video Game Piracy :$273 Million
Total Country Black Market Value :$126.08 Billion




posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:18 AM
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La Raza President: Blacks, Hispanics Should Team Up ‘To Attack Common Enemies’

www.amren.com...



la raza has called for some pretty radical approaches in the past, and like most racist orgs they usually are controlled by higher powers that benefit from conflict and strife


disturbingly racist?...

...On May 6, 2010, Los Angeles high school teacher Ron Gochez told a La Raza rally to rise up revolutionary-style and fight America:

“We are revolutionary Mexican organization [La Raza] here. We understand that this is not just about Mexico. It’s about a global struggle against imperialism and capitalism… At the forefront of this revolutionary movement is La Raza. We will no longer fall for these lies called borders. We see America as a northern front of a revolutionary movement…Our enemy is capitalism and imperialism,” further calling the revolution a “global struggle.”

YouTube videos are the only footage showing Gochez riling up crowds with hate-filled anger toward America and whites, telling students of Mexican descent: “There’s 40 million potential revolutionaries north of the border, inside the belly of the beast,” Gochez’s reference America, whom he wants taken over by Hispanics.


www.newsrealblog.com...

yeah, Alex Jones is a nut, boo hoo hooo



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:19 AM
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The Ministry of Treasury and Finance in Mexico estimates that around $1 Trillion is laundering within the country each year. This figure is higher than the previous estimate of $50 Billion that was reported in 2011.

I can go on if you persist upon disputing the facts and figures?

By the way, do they have UFOs in Mexico, ya think?



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:21 AM
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Originally posted by coltcall
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Yeah. You're right. It's really unemployed Canadians who are working as coke mules crossing the Rio Grande.

What was I thinking?.



no one is denying that there is drugs being smuggled across the boarders.. but the picture painted of mexico was far from accurate.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:25 AM
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They have CIA rendition planes Falling out of the ski in mexico while heading north accross that line with several tons of coke on board
the U is for identified, the F is for falling, the O is for often

and no the C is not for Canadian
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posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:26 AM
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lmao and how do they know these numbers??? these "facts" it even says ** estimated ** they have no way of tracking untaxed dollars to that degree...much less in mexico.

once again.. these are extreme groups doing this. Not every mexican is ruthless drug smuggling coke mule who walks around with two pistols. There is gang and drug violence.. but whatever if you want to think everyone in mexio is drug smuggling media pirating thugs.. then by all means go ahead, continue to be sheep. Doesnt change the real FACT that there is plenty of honest good people in mexico.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by coltcall
reply to post by braydenf
 


Mexico Black Market Value $126.08 Billion

Security Risks in Mexico
AK-47 price :$1,400 by U.S. border / $3,000 in Southern Mexico
Price paid to human smugglers :$4,000 to USA / $9,000 to USA by boat
Book Piracy :$41 Million
Counterfeiting :$75 Billion
Cigarette Smuggling :$0.583 Billion ($583 Million)
Drug Trafficking :$40 Billion
Gas and Oil Smuggling :$3000 Million (3 Billion)
Human Smuggling :$7.5 Billion
Movie Piracy :$483 Million
Music Piracy :$436.4 Million
Software Piracy :$1249 Million ($1.249 Billion)
Counterfeit Drugs :$650 Million
Counterfeit Toys :$1 Million
Video Game Piracy :$273 Million
Total Country Black Market Value :$126.08 Billion



and if you want to just spout of nonsense about black market economy heres americas.

2 trillion total in america
Largest black markets Estimated annual
market value
(Billion USD)
Total 1,829
Counterfeit pharmaceutical drugs 200
Prostitution 187
Counterfeit electronics 169
Marijuana 142
Cocaine 85
Prescription drugs 73
Opium and heroin 68
Software piracy 59
Movie piracy 58
Gas and oil smuggling 53
Cigarette smuggling 50


geewiz everyone here must be low life drug dealing murders too!! ZOOMMGMGGG
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posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:34 AM
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Images of Mexican drug lord mausoleums (note that the Italian marble structures are continually air conditioned)



www.bing.com...=detail&id=9389FD57FC6F99E76B89E3013E14 C8A1149C0AE3&selectedIndex=0



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:34 AM
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Perfect topic to get the racist right wing up in arms...


Haven't read everything yet but I bet ya that they have entered this thread with their stories and stats..
to show us how the bad Mexicans.

It is their MO...have stats and stories about how bad the brown men are..or whatever color they decide is the bad man of that week or thread.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:37 AM
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So, you're saying you interviewed for a job with one of the cartels...and failed the interview?

Maybe it was the suit and tie combo you wore to the interview. I bet it was the Italian loafers that turned the interview badly against you?

And now you plan on returning to the jungles of the Congo to live amongst the silverback great apes, documenting their clan lifestyles for the book you plan to write?



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:38 AM
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Originally posted by Signals
Is this art?






Yep. If it were a coiled snake and a "Dont Tread on Me/Patriots Rise" deal HLS would be right on this as well as the southern poverty law folks.
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posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:41 AM
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Unfortunately I think "art" such as this tends to divide people rather than unite them. The raised-fist people in the poster serve to incite anger both in "her people" and in those she does not include in the group she refers to as "her people" (whomever they may be).

As long as there are "her people" and "my people" we are existing on a lower level- living on irrational emotions rather than rational thought. If we want to survive we need to think of ourselves as one people- the human race.

Sal



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:42 AM
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Originally posted by coltcall
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So, you're saying you interviewed for a job with one of the cartels...and failed the interview?

Maybe it was the suit and tie combo you wore to the interview. I bet it was the Italian loafers that turned the interview badly against you?

And now you plan on returning to the jungles of the Congo to live amongst the silverback great apes, documenting their clan lifestyles for the book you plan to write?



what are you talking about?



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:44 AM
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Silverback gorillas in revolt....is this art? Or is this life? Or is this life imitating art?

www.bing.com...

It's a dangerous world out there. When you return to the jungles to do research for the book you plan to write about the revolutionary lifestyles of the silverbacks.....don't get caught in the middle of one of their fights. Just saying...



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:53 AM
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What are we talking about?

Weeeelllllll.....whenever one of you socialist apologist gets to discussing the world of art and life, the topic can go almost anywhere.

Predictably with you socialist apologist, the conversation can lead to how wealthy people laugh
.
Jim Carey - How Wealthy People Laugh
www.youtube.com...

Because inevitably with you socialist apologists, it's always the fault of the wealthy people. It's never the fault of the crime ridden underprivileged classes.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 11:03 AM
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Originally posted by SallieSunshine
Unfortunately I think "art" such as this tends to divide people rather than unite them. The raised-fist people in the poster serve to incite anger both in "her people" and in those she does not include in the group she refers to as "her people" (whomever they may be).

As long as there are "her people" and "my people" we are existing on a lower level- living on irrational emotions rather than rational thought. If we want to survive we need to think of ourselves as one people- the human race.

Sal


Were is woody and arlo when you need them?



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 11:06 AM
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Originally posted by coltcall
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What are we talking about?

Weeeelllllll.....whenever one of you socialist apologist gets to discussing the world of art and life, the topic can go almost anywhere.

Predictably with you socialist apologist, the conversation can lead to how wealthy people laugh
.
Jim Carey - How Wealthy People Laugh
www.youtube.com...

Because inevitably with you socialist apologists, it's always the fault of the wealthy people. It's never the fault of the crime ridden underprivileged classes.



Don't get me wrong, I don't like this billboard either.....But you sound like a nut job man!
It's off topic BS like what I quoted above that gets threads shut down......






posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 11:18 AM
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Oh no, a billboard in Spanish, so racistssSsSS!!~!@~

Except it doesn't mention race.

I didn't get that message at all from the billboard. You're projecting your own racism onto it.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 11:23 AM
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Ohhhhhhh..,...it's all off topic whenever you socialist apologists get your panties in a wad?

Now, let's see.....Leonardo's fresco 'The Last Supper is Art.'

A billboard in Austin calling for violence is what? Oh, you say that's art, too.

Uh, huh......



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 11:26 AM
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The billboard says nothing about starting a revolt.

But even if it did.....from what I understand.

People on ATS call for revolts all the time...I guess as long as you're a white American christian male it's a good thing.

A mexican American does it and they're an evil racist?



Funny.

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