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WW3 Secret Front:Mexico

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posted on Nov, 18 2021 @ 10:52 PM
Hello ATS let me set the mood picture in your mind the Sonoran desert and you'd probably think desolate dry wasteland. What does this have to do with WW3 well in the Sonora desert is one of the world's largest deposits of lithium, recently discovered in 2015. Now a Canadian company was set to mine there until they were bought out by the Chinese who were going to take over operations until 2019. During 2019 Mexican cartels gunned down a caravan of Mormons this sparked outrage in the states and Donald Trump considering designing cartels as terrorists, this prompted his Mexican counter part to request a meeting with Pompeo. In the after math of the meeting there was no terrorist designation and if you look into it further the Chinese mining company was not allowed to follow through with operations. What I'm about to propose is that there is a secret front opening in Mexico and it heavily involves the drug cartels who are being used as a proxy between the US and China.

China has its finger prints all over Mexico from illegal mining operations where supposed vigilantes fight off the cartels to benefit the mines all the way up to human trafficking and helping with fentanyl production. Pay close attention to the drugs and mining parts as they play big into the secret war as different was to strike the US. Far from being a bench player we can see that the US has its hands in the game to, now think of it this way operation fast and the furious was a failure in terms of fighting the cartels but not in arming a proxy. Why America even helped set up Mexicos version of the CIA after WW2. Anyways what do you think ATS can you think of any other areas China and America could be fighting in proxy?

Here is some of the places I found info on all this

posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 02:41 AM
a reply to: misterE12

Peru just elected a communist heavily backed by China. My understanding is China wants to rid itself of the slave labor business. It's too hard to care for the aging slaves, they don't have enough young slaves and the damage to their environment from the factories and massive slave population is a serious problem. Towns are starting to revolt due to all the pollution and health issues. China wants to clean up their country and transfer the slave labor to South America and become the tech leader. Basically become the US.

The US on the other hand wants to remain the tech leader and keep its environment clean. They are not going to let China transfer their slave labor that easily. It likely does involve cartels as you stated creating a quagmire or trap for China.

Both China and the US regimes are in a strange pushing match, the likes the world has never encountered due to tech. Neither knows what the hell they are doing. Going off history though tea leaves say there will be a coup in China. A corporate/military coup which has constantly happened over their history of the leader getting paranoid and consumed with tyranny. At that point forces surround the palace and kick Xi out the door.

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posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 09:47 AM
a reply to: Stupidsecrets

That would explain alot Xi can't even leave the country and I wonder if the mystery explosions in China are political hits. I gotta ask you why do you think the push in south America and not Africa where China has invested heavily into it with the belt and road and that's interesting about Peru does Venezuela not have a good relationship with China to?

posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 07:14 PM
lithium in pretty high demand for batteries

great post and info. worth keeping eyes on.

what on earth is wrong with the Mexican gummint that they can't reel these cartels in? shameful.
don't complain when we call you 'third world'.

(in fairness, a lot of this would go away if the USA would enforce drug laws. and better control the border.)
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posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 07:26 PM
a reply to: ElGoobero

Thank you it's such a crazy topic I wasn't sure how to explain it well. But I think another of the problems in Mexico is money talks down there why fight the cartels for pennies when they'll pay your yearly wage in a day to look away.

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