Friday, February 10, 2017

We need to protect lower California

Since Mexico's top drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was extradited to a U.S. jail, gunfights in broad daylight have rocked his home state of Sinaloa in a power struggle that is a reminder of how hard it is to crush the country's drug cartels.
 U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday signed an executive order aimed at dismantling the cartels his spokesman called "a clear and present danger." To succeed, history suggests, Trump will have to go further then capturing or killing gang leaders. When leaders such as Guzman are taken out, others replace them or the cartels splinter. Either way, the flow of drugs to lucrative U.S. markets is rarely interrupted for long.
Here is the map:

 We can clearly see that Baja California must return to Upper California. It culturally is our fountain, the place first civilized by our franciscan forefathers.

We must protect our motherland from the marauding mexicans to the east.  They have no navy, we can whoop em.

But first we must get the Swamp Rats off our backs.

Certainly all that beach housing wii insure Silicon Valley support, and we have use of Larry's sailboat navy.

The Franciscans were of the modern colonial era, different from Cortez Mexico.  Our cultural heritage is precious, the friendly friar, our connection to catholic divine bureaucracy. Seriously, why send california zillionares running around silly, let them have the Baja beach house. We are franciscan, not cortez.

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