Empire, Power, and People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 93


The Mexican Drug War

EPPBetween 2006 and 2012, between 100,000 and 125,000 people have been killed in the Mexican drug war, and the deaths have continued into 2013. Starting with a fraudulent 2006 presidential election, the Mexican drug war has been financed by the US, has had covert US government programs deliver weapons to the cartels, and has involved collusion between the Mexican military and the largest of the cartels, the Sinaloa cartel, with the tacit support of the US, which has been infiltrating the top echelons and having informants in the Sinaloa and other cartels. As the collusion between the Mexican and American governments expanded with the Sinaloa cartel, the death rate rose dramatically, and so too did the hundreds of billions of dollars in drug money laundered through the world’s major banks, providing a major source of liquidity for financial markets.




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  1. Fantastic. Thank you.

  2. Thanks again AG for your ability to due deep research and find key nodes of power. For your age, you are in a different dimension than most!

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