500 buthered human remains found in mexico Watch

Eternalflames
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This is so sad

And all the fault of the ******* who started this drug mess in Latin America...
I can't say more it would get controversial
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(Original post by Eternalflames)
This is so sad

And all the fault of the ******* who started this drug mess in Latin America...
I can't say more it would get controversial
prohibitionists are to blame


and the users

Users always like to act like they have no part in it

The cartels aren't doing this for fun, the supply the demand
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Can users of recreational substances really be placed in the moral firing line for this? I would have thought that the people to blame are the ones who impose the policy of prohibition that puts the drug trade in the hands of organised criminals.

I don't think that a recreational imbiber is any more morally culpable than someone who purchases any number of products that are created under a system of violence and exploitation (iPhones in China, for example)
yes. that is why drugs are so uncool.
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Typical Mexico.
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How would we go about making Mexico a first-world country (the likes of England)?
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