Did You Kill A Mexican Today?

Posted August 29th, 2010 by Iron Mike

Did you help murder a Mexican today?  Do you use drugs?  Do any of your friends or relatives use drugs?  Do you employ a Mexican to cut your grass, rake your leaves, or clean your house or your pool?

By some reports, at least 28,000 have been murdered in Mexico in the past two years – all over drug trafficking.


In a horrific incident last week the bodies of some 72 migrant workers were found in Mexico.  They were from Honduras, El Salvador, Brazil and Ecuador, and were traveling up through Mexico to cross into the USA looking for work.  The Zetas drug gang wanted them to carry drugs.  They wouldn’t, and were promptly executed.  One boy escaped – alerted police who started an investigation.  Then the lead investigator was kidnapped along with his driver.  They were found murdered.


Murders in the various Mexican border towns have spiked in recent years – with gun battles raging between cartels and between cartels and the police.  In March US Embassy employee Lesley Enriquez was murdered in broad daylight in Ciudad Juarez.  It turns out she had been supplying one cartel with passports, and the other cartel killed her for it.


Corruption is so widespread that honest people fear going to the police in Mexico.  In Santiago the mayor was kidnapped and murdered by members of his own police force.  American drug money has totally corrupted the soul of the country, so much so that one cartel – the Zetas – are composed of former Mexican special forces and police who have gone over to the dark side.  Even once idyllic beach resorts like Acapulco have become mass murder scenes.

Here is a photo of a 94 year old Mexican granny caught smuggling 10.45 lbs of marijuana across the border at Nogales. 

The various cartels have adopted the tactics of the most ruthless Islamism terrorists – using beheadings, car bombs, torture and rape as weapons of intimidation.  Earlier this month one cartel was bold enough to put a $1 Million bounty on the head of Arizona’s favorite sheriff – Joe Arpaio.

 So next time one of your “friends” is doing drugs, think of the horrific cost of his or her habit.  It is NOT merely confined to Mexico.  In the 80s and 90s American hunger for cocaine nearly destroyed Columbia and Bolivia.  And I haven’t begun to mention the level of crime here in the USA which is connected to the traffic, sale, and use of illegal drugs. 


Even here in affluent and “safe” Acton-Boxborough, our high school students are being arrested with significant amounts of illegal drugs.  Now just who do you think an AB high school drug dealer is selling to?  And from whom are they getting them to sell?  They are the faucet on the end of the pipeline. 

So did you help kill a Mexican today?  Yeah, you sure did!

   /s/  Iron Mike
   Old Soldier, – Still Good for Parts!

5 Responses to “Did You Kill A Mexican Today?”

  1. Tom Gilroy

    Spent a lot of time at Fort Bliss in El Paso, TX doing business with the 32nd ADCOM. In the 80’s, the big problem with Juarez was illegals and stolen cars, there was no publicized drug trafficing, but the population of Juarez was groing at an alarming rate. Every night there would be police, MP and Immigration Agents stopping cars on the highway that went through Fort Bliss and White Sands Missile range into New Mexico. There were many arrests and they sent the others back to Mexico. How things have chaged.

  2. Jillian Galloway

    $113 billion is spent on marijuana every year in the U.S., and because of the prohibition *every* dollar of it goes straight into the hands of criminals. Far from preventing people from using marijuana, the prohibition instead creates zero legal supply amid massive and unrelenting demand.

    According to the ONDCP, two-thirds of the Mexican drug cartel’s money comes from selling marijuana in the U.S., and they protect this cash flow by brutally torturing, murdering and dismembering thousands of innocent people.

    If we can STOP people using marijuana then we need to do so now, but if we can’t then we need to legalize the production and sale of marijuana to adults with after-tax prices set too low for the cartels to match. One way or the other, we have to force the cartels out of the marijuana market and eliminate their highly lucrative marijuana incomes – no business can withstand the loss of two-thirds of its revenue!

    To date, the cartels have amassed more than 100,000 “foot soldiers” and operate in 230 U.S. cities, and the longer they’re able to exploit the prohibition the more powerful they’ll get and the more our own personal security is put in jeopardy.

  3. ironmike


    You used this EXACT same comment on two different blogs today!


  4. AZ Doug

    Jillian, on some level I agree. We should inform people of what these drugs do to them and don’t sell to kids. Kids get a hold of it (one way or another) and get addicted and become lifers. But the problem with that is they will just find some other form of revenue if they will ever give up drugs.

    Personally, I don’t even drink alcohol (personal choice) or do drugs like marijuana. The only drug I ingest is caffeine and occasionally some anti histamines for my allergies, other than, no drugs. I don’t have a problem with somebody having a drink or two or maybe a joint once and a while. If you use drugs, they are probably here via the cartels and not someone growing it in their homes. These cartels are murderous thugs. They also smuggle people. Drug smuggling and human smuggling are, quite often, done at the same time with the people being smuggled used as mules carrying the drugs.

    People, wake up to what is happening.

  5. Rika Gosalves

    You red necks suck. We should be killing you stupid hicks. I would be willing to debate any of you rednecks on this issue. you are a bunch of pussies hiding behind your military
    We love taking advantage of all your resourses.Any people stupid enough to give us money to go to school/pay rent/ buy groceries/ have babies don’t deserve to be the ruling culture. We will over run your country without even a war.