Cartel wreaks havoc in Guadalajara, México
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02-05-2015, 02:27 PM
RE: Cartel wreaks havoc in Guadalajara, México
(02-05-2015 02:06 PM)KUSA Wrote:  I'm all for legalization of drugs. The cartels would dry up.

No, they won't. They will start with kidnapping, road assaults, etc. They already have the guns so don't expect them to just disappear.
Maybe they wouldn't call "a cartel" themselves anymore but they would still represent a problem for the citizens and the government.

As you can see it's a big problem here. Every time a cartel's boss is jailed or killed we expect a violent response, internal fights, executions,
beheadings, attacks against the police etc. and they don't care about innocent people so nobody feels safe here.

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02-05-2015, 02:27 PM
RE: Cartel wreaks havoc in Guadalajara, México
And in the meantime the Mexican law enforcement can look the Cartels straight in the eye and say in a stern voice "You're getting a time out for THAT murder"....

Great plan, genius....

Funny -- the Brits thought they didn't need guns in law enforcement either ....

Lately they're carrying every "scarey black rifle" known to man, rather than the Webley revolvers they used to carry.

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02-05-2015, 03:59 PM
Cartel wreaks havoc in Guadalajara, México
(02-05-2015 02:27 PM)KVron Wrote:  
(02-05-2015 02:06 PM)KUSA Wrote:  I'm all for legalization of drugs. The cartels would dry up.

No, they won't. They will start with kidnapping, road assaults, etc. They already have the guns so don't expect them to just disappear.
Maybe they wouldn't call "a cartel" themselves anymore but they would still represent a problem for the citizens and the government.

As you can see it's a big problem here. Every time a cartel's boss is jailed or killed we expect a violent response, internal fights, executions,
beheadings, attacks against the police etc. and they don't care about innocent people so nobody feels safe here.

They can have all the road assaults they want but without all the drug money they would wither away.
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02-05-2015, 04:13 PM
RE: Cartel wreaks havoc in Guadalajara, México
(02-05-2015 03:59 PM)KUSA Wrote:  
(02-05-2015 02:27 PM)KVron Wrote:  No, they won't. They will start with kidnapping, road assaults, etc. They already have the guns so don't expect them to just disappear.
Maybe they wouldn't call "a cartel" themselves anymore but they would still represent a problem for the citizens and the government.

As you can see it's a big problem here. Every time a cartel's boss is jailed or killed we expect a violent response, internal fights, executions,
beheadings, attacks against the police etc. and they don't care about innocent people so nobody feels safe here.

They can have all the road assaults they want but without all the drug money they would wither away.

^^^^^^

The reason the Cartels are a problem is they have an unlimited cash flow from drugs. Remove that and they will fall, eventually. The are so ingrained that if legalisation happened tomorrow it would still take years but the longer they are ingrained the harder it will be.

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