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Mexico Cartel, Kidnapping
Missing Students
Missing Kids
Missing Women
And they didn’t jump the border, people. This little country is more violent than Isis for crying out loud.
Now it’s time to start a conversation to transform Mexico into a peaceful place to be.

The disappearance of 43 Mexican students after they were abducted by corrupt police working with drug cartel gunmen shocked the world for the scale and severity of the crime. But the atrocity is only one part of a much larger tragedy of people going missing in Mexico.

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Graphic by Simran Khosla/GlobalPost

Now humans, no one cared when the cartel was taking hookers, but now they’re taking kids.  Well, it’s not the first time, but it is HIGH time that something was done about it.  Now the question is … how to bring peace to this volatile little country that makes ISIS look civilized.   

Here’s a good video that could be helpful in starting this conversation and if this doesn’t spark a solution for you then go to http://www.earthspeaksout.com and post your own solution there.  

Jupiter knows I need it!  I mean YOU need it!  

Up to 100,000 people died in drug-related violence in Mexico in the last 6 years. We might think this has nothing to do with us, but in fact we are all complicit, says Yale professor Rodrigo Canales in this unflinching talk that turns conventional wisdom about drug cartels on its head. The carnage is not about faceless, ignorant goons mindlessly killing each other but is rather the result of some seriously sophisticated brand management.

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