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    Throughout the last 10 years, the Mexican Government has declared war on all of Mexico’s drug cartels and is using every option to win the fight. One of these options includes the dangerous Mexican military, which has caused many more problems than they have solved during this drug war. The Mexican Government’s use of military force to stop the drug cartels is not appropriate as the death toll mounts, the military is abusing the citizens’ human rights, and the cartels rage against the military, which

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    The Mexican Drug War

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    The Mexican Drug War: Is It Their War or Ours? A common news headline in any newspaper or on any news channel these days mentions the “Mexican drug war”. It has become common along the U. S./Mexico border to hear people talking about it at schools, work places and their own neighborhoods - coworkers, classmates and neighbors whom are involved in some way or know someone that is. Violence is seen and heard of on the U.S. side of the border quite frequently which raises the question, why is it

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    Mexican Drug War Essay

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    Mexico has a drug problem that continues to grow. About three and a half years ago, Felipe Calderon was sworn in as president and immediately declared "war" on drugs. Since Felipe Calderon became president, about 23,000 people have been killed in drug-related violence, and a mass majority of Mexicans, according to surveys, believe that their president is losing the war on drugs. Despite the huge number of federal forces that are sent into the cities where the cartels are operating. Despite the social

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    The Mexican drug war In this essay I will present for you the ongoing low intensity drug war in Mexico. My thesis statement for this essay is “The intervenient of the Mexican government have affected the countries murdering rate and economy extremely”. My topic sentences for this is Mexico’s intervenient in the war, the wars effect on the death rate and this wars effect on the Economy. I will in this theme show you the horrifying death rate because of this war and explain to you about the insane

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    has changed but still face many problems. The Mexican drug war is still a highly supplied conflict between the Mexican army and drug cartels in Mexico. The country has been one of the main suppliers of illegal drugs that causes discrimination, drug trafficking and many deaths yearly. The question is, how has life in Mexico changed before and after the war on drugs? Gender discrimination has rapidly changed over the years in Mexico. Before the drug war women were only anticipated to be caregivers

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    When analyzing the causes of the Mexican Drug War, one must understand the basics of the Mexican culture and its heritage. Mexico has been under the power of the PRI for almost 80 years, under its control Mexican people have endured social discrimination, censorship, and lack of opportunity. Under the corrupt government, the richer became richer and poor became poorer; thus creating a sense of distrust and impotence among the poor population towards its government. Mexico is one of the richest economies

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    downfall. From where have these realities catastrophizing our nation arisen? Walking in almost freely, pregnant herds of Mexican illegal immigrants infiltrate the United States by the millions, carrying on their backs a plethora of diseases, including, but not limited to, Malaria, Leprosy, and HIV, along with millions of pounds of cocaine and marijuana each year. The drug war in America grows rapidly and is a strong contributor to the violence seen in the nation today. Not only do the creatures serve

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    is a surprising mix between violence and tenderness. The mood from a chapter to another changes totally. It can be either funny, sad, violent, cynical or tender. This story is a dream turned into a nightmare, and a peaceful love story turned into a war. Savages is a gangster story in the California way. At the beginning, everything is going really well in Laguna for Ben, Chon and O, her real name is Ophelia, don’t call her O, she does not want to be called as the "Hamlet's bipolar little squeeze

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    Why I think Immigration Should Be Allowed Consider the following thought experiment: Moved by the plight of desperate earthquake victims, you volunteer to work as a relief worker in Haiti. After two weeks, you’re ready to go home. Unfortunately, when you arrive at the airport, custom officials tell you that you’re forbidden to enter the United States. You go to the American consulate to demand an explanation. But the official response is simple, “The United States does not have to explain itself

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    Society tends to believe that migrants are causing turmoil, crime or even catastrophic destructions in nations. We are manipulated by the media, leading us to conclude that this problem must be solved once and for all by closing all our borders however while doing so, we are not only affecting our nation, but we are violating human rights. ** Our actions contradict our words, we claim we want peace but by denying the rights of asylum, protection among many others, we act against it.** As our revolutionary

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    The Mexican Cartels

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    The Mexican cartels have impacted the society by violating many rights that human have and that are protected. The Cartels are causing too much trouble to the world especially in Mexico and its neighboring countries. They have trafficking tons and tons of drugs to world and spread its violence to nation that live in peace. The cartels have been operating for while and keep growing becoming more powerful each day and nothing has stopped them yet. The Mexican cartels have constructed their empires

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    Bibliography Balli, Cecillia. "Calderon's War." Haper Magazine pp. 12-14(2012). Mexico has a weak judicial and police institution and a large economy with consumers. Mexico the hub of one of the world's most sophisticated drug networks. For decades, drug trafficking organizations used Mexico's entrenched political system to create a system-wide network of corruption that ensured distribution rights, market access, and even official government protection for drug traffickers. Officers could make an exchange

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    over burdening limited resources and this can be seen as many European countries are hesitant to accept Syrian refugees. Inequality of all spheres of life to further unrest and with poverty combined these could be a twin menace for the world. Civil wars may be inevitable. Pakistan is in serious danger because these problems are common here and with our internal and external enemies waiting to pound, the volcano can burst open any time causing the people and economy to suffer

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    foreign countries. Laws in the U.S. and in Europe were recently made to regulate this black market trade (Davila). More human trafficking occurs in Mexico than anywhere else in the world due to the corruption of government officials, which has allowed drug cartels to become very powerful. In cities like Tenancingo,

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    inconceivable. From simple activities of a normal daily life to how a country can run and how it may flourish, the effects that drug trafficking has grown to new heights. The war on drugs has long been a struggle in many different countries and goes across the entire world. While some countries have been able to limit the trafficking, others struggle to contain it and simply cannot stop it. Drug trafficking has a great power and influence over how many things function such as the economy, daily living, and politics

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    Essay On Mexico Drugs

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    The drug use in Mexico is a topic that has been really analyzed and discussed lately. A lot of people are against and a lot of people support them. It is a complicated topic due that in Mexico the drug war and the drug cartels are present in our cities. Since the legalization of cannabis in some states of the US, this topic has risen in Mexico. Drug dealing in Mexico has been present in our society from long time ago, and trafficking between the US and Mexico has been risen a lot. Also, blood, violence

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    Question: Does the drug trafficking impact Mexico’s economy in a positive way? Mexico has been fighting a drug war since the 1980’s to this present day. Violence has decreased in Mexico at this point but drug cartels have not been stopped. As drugs are being exchanged and bought, money should be going back towards the Mexican economy. Corruption is one of the reasons on why drug cartels are still around and functioning. Why else is marijuana not legal or decriminalized in Mexico but is in other

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    Mexican Mafia Prison

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    There is a lot of Mexican Gangs is in United States prisons. For example Mexican Mafia, Latin Kings, Hermanos de Pistoleros Latinos, Partido Revolucionario Mexicano, Raza Unida etc… The Mexican Mafia is the top #1 Mexican Prison Gang, it started in the streets in california and escalated to the prisons. Mexican Mafia is also known as “La Eme” They would usually join the gang so that they could be protected from other gangs that were racist toward hispanics. La Eme was established in 1957 by Luis

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    Richard Nixon implemented the Drug Enforcement Committee also known as the DEA in 1973, to combat the transport and trafficking of drugs and to enforce drug control. Seven divisions in the organization report to the administrator, and they all work in harmony to fight the drug trade. A big problem the DEA is currently facing is the escape of notorious drug lord, Joaquin Guzmán, also known as “El Chapo.” El Chapo is the famed leader of the Sinaola cartel, which his uncle was Pedro Avilés Pérez pioneered

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    Theodore Roosevelt’s speech “National Duties” calls for nationalism and unity, as it says that each individual must work hard and that individuals must work together. Furthermore, it works to motivate our nation by using two ideas – what a nation may leave behind and how a nation should conduct itself. The speech itself, although given while he was Vice President, accurately describes what his actions as president were, whether it be regarding nationalism, personal matters, or foreign diplomacy.

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