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  1. Standard member Seitse
    Doug Stanhope
    08 Jul '09 10:26
    After all, it's a paradise...

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8132067.stm

    It happened (kidnaps) at least 1,000 times in Mexico last year - probably much more often, because many victims never report the crime.

    There were also more than 6,000 murders in Mexico last year. The total number since President Felipe Calderon took office in 2006 is now more than 12,000 - and the murder rate is still increasing.


    Wow, such a paradise, indeed.

    And then, some ultracatholic pedophile bureaucrat from the ruling party has the nerve to say...

    The reason why violence is increasing is that the gangs are fighting against each other, and at the same time they are reacting to the actions of the state in repressing them. It shows that our strategy is working.

    Which is the common lie/mistake of the imbeciles ruling Mexico: the reason why so many people pick drug trafficking and crime as a profession, is because there's a lack of opportunities and the only shot they have at eating 3 times a day is to break the law. Those problems are solved only through an honest government which invests in education, infrastructure and job creation... not guns.

    So, kids, now you know: pick Mexico as your next holiday destination. It's a paradise!

    (By the way, the topic of debate is: which holiday destination is better, Mexico or Zimbawe?)

    Now let's count the minutes until the copy-paster of the ruling party's official website comes to copy-paste some speech by the ilegitimate president of Mexico

    *giggles*
  2. 08 Jul '09 10:46
    Originally posted by Seitse
    After all, it's a paradise...

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8132067.stm

    [i]It happened (kidnaps) at least 1,000 times in Mexico last year - probably much more often, because many victims never report the crime.

    There were also more than 6,000 murders in Mexico last year. The total number since President Felipe Calderon took office in 2006 is ...[text shortened]... website comes to copy-paste some speech by the ilegitimate president of Mexico

    *giggles*
    Hey Mr. "Giggles,"

    not very many minutes at all, I was just posting a couple of times this hour before you posted this copy past from the out-of-power party

    Indeed I plan on vacationing in Mexico, but it's a bad economy here in the US, so not yet...
    but you are certainly willing to say that any country with a higher homicide rate should not be visited by anyone, right? Along with African countries (and I left out Iraq, which would be highest), you may be surprised to see a few more names with reliable statistics with higher homicide rates than Mexico:



    Here are some that at least have states on the homicide rates higher than Mexico's in 08, their latest fitures, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_homicide_rate

    (mexico's homicide rate was 10 per 10,000 in 2007, the world average is 7.6 per 10,000)


    Country Sources 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Most
    recent

    Kazakhstan [37] 20 (1997)
    Dominican Republic [36] 13.09 12.49 14.51 18.73 25.25 26.41 23.56 23.56
    Brazil [34][35] 26.7 27.8 28.4 28.9 27.4 26.6 25.7 25.7
    Trinidad and Tobago [32][33] 10.0 12.58 14.33 20.69 20.07 29.69 28.53 30.38 30.38
    Belize [30][31] 16.3 24.9 33.1 24.9 28.7 30.0 33.0 30.8 30.8
    Somalia [12] 33 33
    Liberia [12] 33 33
    Colombia [24][25][26][27][28][29] 62.7 64.6 65.8 51.8 44.6 39.3 37.3 37 33 33
    South Africa [22][23] 49.6 47.8 47.4 42.7 40.3 39.6 40.5 38.6 38.6
    Angola [12] 40 40
    Honduras [21] 25.8 25.2 30.7 35.0 36.3 42.0 45.2 45.2
    Venezuela [16][17][18][19][20] 37 40 49 59 45.2 42.1 49.4 48 48
    Jamaica [15] 34 44 40 36 54 58 49 49
    El Salvador [13][14] 37.3 34.6 31.1 32.7 41.0 54.9 55.3 49.1 49.1
    Sierra Leone [12] 50 50
    Guatemala [9][10][11] 49.92 54 56 34 32 35 43 49 57.9 57.9





    Notice that Columbia, after their tough war against their cartels worked, still had a higher homicide than Mexico after their relative calm.

    Mexico's turn to clean house and keep homicide rates from ever reaching the high's of Columbia (or even the level of their current relative calm).

    By the way giggles, who is your source, just curious to see which Church figure you're attacking now... if you even know which church figure you're attacking.


    You know why there has been drugs in Columbia and Mexico rather than poorer countries?
    Because Columbian supply follows American demand through Mexico.

    Now that Mexico's cracking down, there is much talk of the growing drug influence in Central America, the next best place.


    You must be thrilled about the drug problems though, and the worldwide economic recession, and the election results though. Some strange people in the world...
  3. 08 Jul '09 10:49
    Originally posted by Seitse
    After all, it's a paradise...

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8132067.stm

    [i]It happened (kidnaps) at least 1,000 times in Mexico last year - probably much more often, because many victims never report the crime.

    There were also more than 6,000 murders in Mexico last year. The total number since President Felipe Calderon took office in 2006 is ...[text shortened]... website comes to copy-paste some speech by the ilegitimate president of Mexico

    *giggles*
    Here, have some more giggles:

    Homicide rates per 100,000 population by region and subregion, 2004[6] Rate
    Southern Africa 31.7
    Central America 29.3
    South America 25.9
    West and Central Africa 21.6
    East Africa 20.8
    Africa 20
    Caribbean 18.1
    Americas 16.2
    East Europe 8.1
    North Africa 7.6
    World 7.6
    North America 6.5
    Central Asia and Transcaucasian countries 6.6
    Europe 5.4
    Near and Middle East/South-west Asia 4.4
    Oceania 4
    South Asia 3.4
    Asia 3.2
    South-east Europe 3.2
    East and South-east Asia 2.8
    West and Central Europe 1.5




    Mexico [48][53][54] 14.11 13.94 13.04 17.5 11.1 10.6 10.8 10 10
  4. Standard member Seitse
    Doug Stanhope
    08 Jul '09 10:55 / 1 edit
    20 minutes! Wow!

    Hey, so, according to you, the BBC is the out-of-power party? Damn, and I thought it was a media company! Sorry.

    Regarding your copy-paste, all I can say is: how sad is to justify things by saying "but others are worse!". I think Michael Jackson did it once, when he said "but father Marcial Maciel (a hero of the PAN and the ultra catholics in Mexico, by the way) has raped more kids than I!"

    It doesn't work like that, man. It just doesn't.
  5. Standard member MacSwain
    Who is John Galt?
    08 Jul '09 13:33
    Originally posted by eljefejesus
    Here are some that at least have states on the homicide rates higher than Mexico's in 08, their latest fitures, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_homicide_rate

    (mexico's homicide rate was 10 per 10,000 in 2007, the world average is 7.6 per 10,000)


    Country Sources 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 ...[text shortened]... erra Leone [12] 50 50
    Guatemala [9][10][11] 49.92 54 56 34 32 35 43 49 57.9 57.9

    The year by year statistics you've posted seem to indicate increasing death rates in central/south america followed the advance of Marxism in the area.
  6. 08 Jul '09 14:02
    Originally posted by Seitse
    After all, it's a paradise...

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8132067.stm

    [i]It happened (kidnaps) at least 1,000 times in Mexico last year - probably much more often, because many victims never report the crime.

    There were also more than 6,000 murders in Mexico last year. The total number since President Felipe Calderon took office in 2006 is ...[text shortened]... website comes to copy-paste some speech by the ilegitimate president of Mexico

    *giggles*
    What makes him the illegitimate president?
  7. 08 Jul '09 16:04
    Originally posted by Seitse
    After all, it's a paradise...

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8132067.stm

    [i]It happened (kidnaps) at least 1,000 times in Mexico last year - probably much more often, because many victims never report the crime.

    There were also more than 6,000 murders in Mexico last year. The total number since President Felipe Calderon took office in 2006 is ...[text shortened]... website comes to copy-paste some speech by the ilegitimate president of Mexico

    *giggles*
    After all, it's a paradise...

    don't people kill each other outside mexico? Is finland the best place in the world? no.

    There were also more than 6,000 murders in Mexico last year. The total number since President Felipe Calderon took office in 2006 is now more than 12,000 - and the murder rate is still increasing.

    oh boo hoo. I've seen worse.

    And then, some ultracatholic pedophile bureaucrat from the ruling party has the nerve to say...

    religious bigotry as well as unjustified pedofilia accusations. nice.

    By the way, the topic of debate is: which holiday destination is better, Mexico or Zimbawe

    oh yes. its so mature of you to compare one of world's biggest economies (and a democratic country) to some poor country in africa ruled by a madman who hates white people (as well as his own people).

    by the ilegitimate president of Mexico

    when did he seize power by force? I don't remember that.
    I do remember the elections though.
  8. 08 Jul '09 17:23
    When was 5 years old in the 50's , my mother and grandmother took me to Tijuana and it was considered a safe excursion across the border . I can't imagine such a trip today for two women and a small child going anywhere in Mexico.
  9. 08 Jul '09 17:29 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Sam The Sham
    When was 5 years old in the 50's , my mother and grandmother took me to Tijuana and it was considered a safe excursion across the border . I can't imagine such a trip today for two women and a small child going anywhere in Mexico.
    says the guy who won't go back to his home town because there are more blacks living there than before.

    what is safer? tijuana or new york at night?
  10. 08 Jul '09 17:30 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by generalissimo
    says the guy who won't go back to his home town because there are more blacks living there than before.
    yeah you visit Inglewood where the murder rate is 7 times the national average. What a doltish thing to say.

    Why would I return to this?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QVULWzZvbk
  11. 08 Jul '09 17:35 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Sam The Sham
    yeah you visit Inglewood where the murder rate is 7 times the national average. What a doltish thing to say.
    That's not what you said before.

    you gave me a link to a video showing black people.


    edit: ever heard of police? why don't you call them?
  12. 08 Jul '09 17:36 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by generalissimo
    That's not what you said before.

    you gave me a link to a video showing black people.
    In Inglewood. You go there, I'm done with it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QVULWzZvbk

    Celebrate diversity !

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrJKbygnMU8
  13. 08 Jul '09 17:40
    Originally posted by Sam The Sham
    In Inglewood. You go there, I'm done with it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QVULWzZvbk
    If you're so concerned you should either call the police, or try change the community somehow.

    If I had that kind of people living by me I'd sleep with a gun under my pillow.
  14. 08 Jul '09 17:43
    Originally posted by generalissimo
    If you're so concerned you should either call the police, or try change the community somehow.

    If I had that kind of people living by me I'd sleep with a gun under my pillow.
    Thank you. Before I left Inglewood, I did sleep with a gun by my side. Never did before, but I developed the habit out of self preservation.

    Try to change the community? The community was just fine before.....well, you know. Now it's lost to the glory of diversity.
  15. 08 Jul '09 17:49
    Originally posted by Sam The Sham
    Thank you. Before I left Inglewood, I did sleep with a gun by my side. Never did before, but I developed the habit out of self preservation.

    Try to change the community? The community was just fine before.....well, you know. Now it's lost to the glory of diversity.
    Good for you.

    The community was just fine before.....

    Im not in favor of gangsters in any way. Im just saying that you should try change the situation, crossing your arms and whining about it won't make it any better.

    Now it's lost to the glory of diversity.

    Thugs are thugs, it doesn't matter if they're white, black, brown, yellow, etc.
    Would you have stayed there if the KKK had moved in instead?