• in some way with the drug trade.
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  • in the drug trade.

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The scenarios established to trigger FEMA into action are generally found in the society today, economic collapse, civil unrest, drug problems, terrorist attacks, and protests against American intervention in a foreign country.

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When Americans think about the illegal drug trade and black markets in Mexico, it is probable that they do not associate them with terrorism, or Islamic fundamentalism. One would think that drug cartels like Los Zetas, the most sophisticated and second most powerful drug cartel in Mexico would have enough allies and connections not to need the assistance of an organization like Hezbollah based half way across the world in Lebanon. However, there is proof that Hezbollah, as well as elements of the Iranian Quds force are functioning with cartels like Los Zetas, the most sophisticated drug cartel in Mexico. The combination of power hungry cartels like Los Zetas, and terrorist organizations like Hezbollah who want a presence in North America, in or near the United States inhibit U.S. companies from wanting to conduct business in Mexico, and should not remain unnoticed.



"It was James Madison’s worst nightmare that a righteous faction would someday be strong enough to sweep away the Constitutional restraints designed by the framers to prevent the tyranny of centralized power, excessive privilege, an arbitrary governmental authority over the individual. These restraints, the balancing and checking of powers among branches and layers of government, and the civil guarantees, would be the first casualties in a drug-induced national security state with Reagan’s Civil Emergency Preparedness unleashed. Nevertheless, there would be those who would welcome NSC (National Security Council) into the drug fray, believing that increasing state police powers to emergency levels is the only way left to fight American’s enemy within. In the short run, a national security state would probably be a relief to those whose personal security and quality of life has been diminished by drugs or drug related crime. And, as the general public watches the progression of institutional chaos and social decay, they too may be willing to pay the ultimate price, one drug free America for 200 years of democracy (sic)."

But when the Communists came to power in China and it was no longer possible to trade, the Rockefellers suddenly lost interest in the health of the Chinese people and shifted their attention increasingly to Japan, India and Latin America.

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Smoking causes almost 5 million premature deaths per year and, due primarily to the increase in tobacco use in developing nations, it is estimated that this number will rise to 10 million per year by the year 2030. Currently, cigarette smoke causes more deaths per year than AIDS, alcohol, violence, accidents, illegal drug use, and obesity combined (Bianco, 2005). It was estimated that Latin America possessed 95 million smokers in 1995, representing 8% of the global total. In Chile and Argentina, smoking rates among adults approach 40% (Bianco, 2005). The primary cause of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is smoking. Studies indicate that COPD incidence has been underestimated throughout Latin America (Menzes, 2005). The World Health Organization has produced a Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) which has been signed and ratified by about half the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. Although the implementation of the recommended policies would reduce tobacco use, the tobacco industry continues its efforts to undermine such efforts (Bianco, 2005).
Cities such as Santiago, Chile; Mexico City, Mexico; and São Paolo, Brazil, are planting vegetation as part of their strategies to improve air quality. Santiago's air pollution problem is due in part to its physical location in a depression surrounded by tall mountains which restrict air movement (Escobedo, 2007).

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The average American uses 300 liters of water per day for personal use. Most of the world's population survives with far less. Access to clean water can vary significantly; for example, one area of Chile hasn't received rain in recorded history while one region of India received 72 feet in a year. In many areas throughout the world, water is being extracted from the ground at rates which are causing the levels of underground aquifers to drop dramatically. The main aquifer under Mexico City sinking 11 ft/year and water is now being pumped 1,000 meters high to reach Mexico City.
The northern third of Mexico generates nearly 1/3 of the gross domestic production receives only about 4% of the annual rainfall. Southeastern Mexico, which composes about a fifth of the land area, receives half of Mexico's rainfall. Although Mexico possesses about 2% of the world's population, it receives about 1% of the world's water and many areas suffer water shortages during drought. Mexico City imports water to meet a third of its demand (Wilder, 2006). Recent water reform strategies in Mexico have decentralized the control of water resources. Increased management by private industry (as opposed to government) has had mixed results and has not increased the efficiency or sustainability of water use in Mexico (Wilder, 2006).


That was during the luscious war years when the Army Surgeon General's Office and the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery were not only acting as promoters for the Drug Trust, but were actually forcing drug trust poisons into the blood streams of American soldiers, sailors and marines, to the tune of over 200 million 'shots'. Is it any wonder, asked Bealle, that the Rockefellers, and their stooges in the Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Public Health Service, the Federal Trade Commission, the Better Business Bureau, the Army Medical Corps, the Navy Bureau of Medicine, and thousands of health officers all over the country, should combine to put out of business all forms of therapy that discourage the use of drugs.