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    17 Oct '15 19:42
    Good read, Mexico is rapidly becoming a failed lawless nation on our border.

    . http://www.amren.com/features/2015/10/could-mexico-become-somalia/
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    17 Oct '15 20:281 edit
    Or is America a flawed l, corrupt and lawless nation on Mexico's border?

    Ie

    Are not 99% of Mexico's problems solved if you legalize drugs?
    But in the US... Nothing is going to salvage that train wreck.

    Yer all bloody well doomed.
    Goodbye and good ffi g riddence!
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    17 Oct '15 21:162 edits
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Or is America a flawed l, corrupt and lawless nation on Mexico's border?

    Ie

    Are not 99% of Mexico's problems solved if you legalize drugs?
    But in the US... Nothing is going to salvage that train wreck.

    Yer all bloody well doomed.
    Goodbye and good ffi g riddence!
    America is a flawed corrupt and lawless nation on Mexico's border?
    Where would you rather live?
    Mexico is now controlled in large part by the drug cartels, Mexicans don't go to the police for protection, they go to the cartels because the local drug lord is the one in charge.
    I see you've still got that "everything is America's fault" thing going on.

    Is America to blame for this?
    https://encyclopediadramatica.se/FilešŸ˜•mileforthecamera.png
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    17 Oct '15 21:22
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    America is a flawed corrupt and lawless nation on Mexico's border?
    Where would you rather live?
    Mexico is now controlled in large part by the drug cartels, Mexicans don't go to the police for protection, they go to the cartels .
    I see you've still got that "everything is America's fault" thing going on.
    Where would you rather live?

    Not the USA. Not the adjacent central American countries that have been totally undermined by the USA.

    I'd go for some of the countries that have rejected American hegemony but primarily Northern Europe.
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    17 Oct '15 21:26
    Originally posted by finnegan
    Where would you rather live?

    Not the USA. Not the adjacent central American countries that have been totally undermined by the USA.

    I'd go for some of the countries that have rejected American hegemony but primarily Northern Europe.
    Thanks for ignoring the question.
    Mexico or America, which one?

    Again, you people are like a broken record... America is to blame for how awful Mexico and Central America is. Everything is America's fault.
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    17 Oct '15 22:361 edit
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    Thanks for ignoring the question.
    Mexico or America, which one?

    Again, you people are like a broken record... America is to blame for how awful Mexico and Central America is. Everything is America's fault.
    You might like to explore a bit of the history of U.S. interference in Central America. On the other hand, you clearly prefer to harbour that weird sense of being oppressed that helps to justify your vicious and racist attitudes.
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    17 Oct '15 22:47
    Mexico is the tenth (10) largest economy in the world (2013), with a GDP of US$1.85 trillion (PPP). On nominal terms, Mexico is the thirteenth (13) largest economy with a GDP of US$1.33 trillion.

    Like the U.S., it has a very weak middle class.
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    18 Oct '15 06:41
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Or is America a flawed l, corrupt and lawless nation on Mexico's border?

    Ie

    Are not 99% of Mexico's problems solved if you legalize drugs?
    But in the US... Nothing is going to salvage that train wreck.

    Yer all bloody well doomed.
    Goodbye and good ffi g riddence!
    Just returning the compliment.

    You are so witty!
    My God, you must be a stand-up comedian or something to be so funny!!!
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    18 Oct '15 11:08
    Originally posted by Phranny
    Mexico is the tenth (10) largest economy in the world (2013), with a GDP of US$1.85 trillion (PPP). On nominal terms, Mexico is the thirteenth (13) largest economy with a GDP of US$1.33 trillion.

    Like the U.S., it has a very weak middle class.
    Odd how so many Mexicans are risking their lives trying to get into the US.
    I notice nobody is trying to escape to Mexico.
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    18 Oct '15 11:29
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    Odd how so many Mexicans are risking their lives trying to get into the US.
    I notice nobody is trying to escape to Mexico.
    The largest number of Americans outside the United States live in Mexico. According to Mexico 2010 Census, there are 738,103 Americans living in the Mexican Republic,[1] while the US Embassy in Mexico City has at times given an estimate closer to 1 million

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_Mexico#American
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    18 Oct '15 12:051 edit
    Originally posted by KazetNagorra
    The largest number of Americans outside the United States live in Mexico. According to Mexico 2010 Census, there are 738,103 Americans living in the Mexican Republic,[1] while the US Embassy in Mexico City has at times given an estimate closer to 1 million

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_Mexico#American
    Touche.
    But they're not really "escaping" anything or going there to live and raise families, and become citizens, etc are they. ? They're mostly retirees just taking advantage of living cheap?
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    18 Oct '15 12:52
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    Good read, Mexico is rapidly becoming a failed lawless nation on our border.

    . http://www.amren.com/features/2015/10/could-mexico-become-somalia/
    I've said it before and I'll say it again, Mexico is not a country, it's a drug cartel.
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    18 Oct '15 12:53
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Or is America a flawed l, corrupt and lawless nation on Mexico's border?

    Ie

    Are not 99% of Mexico's problems solved if you legalize drugs?
    But in the US... Nothing is going to salvage that train wreck.

    Yer all bloody well doomed.
    Goodbye and good ffi g riddence!
    To be fair, the US wants to legalize drugs and be like the drug cartel Mexico.
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    18 Oct '15 12:54
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    America is a flawed corrupt and lawless nation on Mexico's border?
    Where would you rather live?
    Mexico is now controlled in large part by the drug cartels, Mexicans don't go to the police for protection, they go to the cartels because the local drug lord is the one in charge.
    I see you've still got that "everything is America's fault" thing going ...[text shortened]... .

    Is America to blame for this?
    https://encyclopediadramatica.se/FilešŸ˜•mileforthecamera.png
    Eric Holder was running guns across the drug infested border, all in the name of fighting them off. LOL.

    Then we have an administration that buses these folks around rather than deporting them.

    Sounds lawless to me.
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    18 Oct '15 13:13
    Originally posted by whodey
    Eric Holder was running guns across the drug infested border, all in the name of fighting them off. LOL.

    Then we have an administration that buses these folks around rather than deporting them.

    Sounds lawless to me.
    Do what Trump says. Build a wall, deport all illegals and watch America's fruit and veggie industries collapse.
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