Mexico’s drug dead and the Narco War Next Door

This video has all of what I suggested anti-War on Drugs rhetoric should: ethos, logos and pathos. An American reporter goes to Mexico to research the state’s losing fight against narcotraffickers, and between interviews with top law enforcement officials witnesses scene after scene of dead victims of the War and their screaming mothers. When not racing to the next murder, Laura Ling exposes the systemic official corruption and the illegal flow of firearms to the narcos from the US that make it such a difficult problem to solve with more police and more weapons.

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3 Responses to “Mexico’s drug dead and the Narco War Next Door”

  1. Mrs. Anti-Virus Says:

    I bet you wish george bush was still president now

  2. The War on Drugs « The Rule of Freedom Says:

    […] civilians, but eventually US government agents. (See a video that brings the war to your eyes here.) Thousands of Mexicans have protested the War on Drugs, which is fast becoming a civil war brought […]


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