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active area. becky so i. know well when i started know it. in america a college degree requires a great deal. paying a decade's long debt. studying so hard it requires trying to shift. going through humiliation to enter an elite society. and paci dead sometimes quite literally. wants other true colors of universities in the us.
all of the stuff. in the fifth grade school doesn't. marry one of fields i usually hear them in hard to reach areas often controlled by which guards goldblum terrorists that are still appoints a local supervisor who grants business by mission to grow with the skills and rights to grow the group does down from father to son. these guys that had help in his father when he was just down now twenty eight because two kids of his own. dream we drugs and open and karroubi. sure illegal business he can
pass on to his children to do that he needs startup capital and he hasn't been able to save enough so far. because he's got a continuous amount of money one of the last. oh my one of the. remarkable million. dollar leave. when one can drink up to the community. and out of here. losing his crop to the army didn't just take away this guy's income he still had to pay for his new rig ation system that had been destroyed even so despite the very real risk of losing his crop again he won't stop growing weed it's still more profitable than being a regular farmer. why you grow marijuana and tomatoes let's say. or something else why do you prefer these type of. capacity.
they look at. but will see see will not allow them i. almost. bessel. except they don't they don't want to hit the wall in. the corner of nk the minute passes on. that can lead to the mighty one a fourth local search only up the pieces and that he intended this a lot off alone for that long. yet. look the want to know what it took for your money if you. might want to used to cost more in snow and that made growing it even more profitable after cannabis was legalized in some american states cultivating it became legal to. the drug dealers losses and nothing compared to the farmers the price for locally grown marijuana is
two hundred sixty times less than the average price offered by illegal sellers in america in the us a kilo sells for seven thousand dollars here it makes just twenty seven days they do it because they need. most times the government knows what they do and they do nothing because in a way day the deep inside know. they're not doing their job to provide you know a new industry to generate jobs for them so basically it's like it's like nope it's open secret they all know it's like a game in the end just like a game it seems like to me it seems like they're playing a game the plaintiffs chase these people in these people are playing to hide from them in indian everyone gets away with it you know what i mean. the numerous created. for the.
cradle when they were in your vanity knew. it was you know. when you came here out of. seattle you know record throughout it will vary and. you put your mark is a potential. you know you've already it's time. to what. was . the most are you about in the fourth quarter of the area. you are in there are. the governments widespread and popularity dates back to their this time the bad guys are often seen and specifically ok to believe next door you knew them as kids and when drug lords make money they often help their friends and neighbors and even the town we were told of drug lords providing electricity building roads and throwing public bodies.
testament sanchez is one of many thankful volunteers helping with has a smile there this beret estefan was once a politician but no good came of it he lost everything korea home and family in fact he was like you to stay a life he believes that there that alone helped him to get back on his feet estefan found joy and purpose in hugh's new job as a clown he says it's much safer than being a high official or drug lord it may mean less money and attention from the ladies but clowns certainly believe longer. they were. placed on the election to be that didn't mean i will be enough for you you know you easily gave up with it isn't it i mean i was more young when is it up the market. and i'm a look at this i will be able. to raise this guy now because and all that it
was which is that roy is that. kind that see them. isn't that difficult but if nothing else or look at that i could be the one who just. does it look at the reality when though heading for the small town of course if you months ago over a thousand refuges from this in whole or highlands traveled there they've been forced out by the ongoing conflict between government forces and the drug cartels. this friend of mine he was a journalist he was doing his job you know doing the best geisha and all that he was a very passionate guy and he published some records he had this warning. and. get do it and then someone told you'll you're done man that coming after you so he run away he moved to another city he moved to the city of the c.u. which is you know going off things you start doing the same thing. and this time
people just just got to him and we never. saw him again. he was disappear was you know she was killed and then she was born and the edges for just spread the wealth. so that was the sign and that's just an example of what it's like being a journalist you have in first had the first hand information and then you have to censorship. but. as i can see with. some of the scenes and we just see the film million the first on us. was a familiar from bias to the it was. you know the nothingness isn't there so it will
mean there's a lot. fewer than ten thousand leave in the small town of course or so causing another thousand is a challenge many love to be. trying to rebuild their lives and getting no help from the government. didn't explain why so many people suddenly left their villages and flooded the town or what they were supposed to do next most refused to be on camera why because they were too scared. because the way from special forces helicopters appeared out of nowhere apparently searching for the curious drug lord had been hiding in any one of their homes. and they were going to know the whole thing too and. it was a little. funny that it's on. the colonel's me that's the way i hold it and. they didn't want to see. this kind
of planning to come. to know. the socialists and launching easement it could. easily turn. on the. money and. put it on us only tell us what. was the look in the middle the french. feel a little nervous but almost any notice it was. a look and i noticed. that it was. busy and then they will not miss. it doesn't this whole. thing
a little silence. on. the air but i do that if i mean this would be good. one of the things in the us is not that he didn't hear her say did i hear you say i didn't get up and. then. this is now there in his memorial day is almost over they say he died one hundred and seven years ago but with each passing year ever more people believe in his miraculous powers. the greens will give money to the church which then distributes it amongst those in the most need even though some donors prefer to remain anonymous people still know who then they think is a car and then. they said look you got the free food from the third law they said what it would be a. general or to the general
i'm thirty. three years the day before they would be free to do the meal since i don't think they will like jet blue a louis. that it was just the way you get me to live as it were that i could only see if you really sat me down yeah yeah that's it not even a good thing because there's no there in this liberation had been an exciting day but it was no way near as dramatic as what happened in course. it was delayed by that time with thinnish talking to people who fled the highland villages because of the special forces the sound was set in the weather was beautiful and we wanted to film with a similarly ideally be full even the ancient town. suddenly
armed men appeared from an alleyway most wore black and looked very determined. late to learn that they were security guards were going for the drug cartel. they do go papers and equipment took some explaining and if you phone calls but we did get everything back. then just lost our cameraman suffered the most he was beaten forced to his knees and had a gun held to his head. the bullies will literally just around the corner. unfortunately we had no chance to feel what happened this is all we were able to catch on camera. cut off. i thought that a lot of the clutter. a. little bit of blood.
on my leaves who's going to be. not it's not like me i mean they were very very aggressive very very aggressive and they were. using their guns i'm. not shooting. his gun shooting but. we were scared and. we could really feel this mob inside to see relaxed beauty which is around us same thing kind you can field any minute any moment and you were just some really mater like today was they lie i mean you're not suspecting anything but that's the situation we live with a. story to. make guy nice peaceful place looks. nice if it's got to believe that something might happen there.
here's what people have been saying about redacted in the us is it just full on austin the only show i go out of my way to. really packed a punch. is the john oliver of r t america is doing the same we are apparently better than. some and see people you never heard of love back to the night president of the world bank hate. me seriously send us an email we cannot
stop the technological revolution in any area whether with stem cells you know the ability to grow a certain aura. on the skin of a human being for computer technology. in a general way or any other technology because it's driven by human curiosity. crosses commemorating the dead every way and click on every year thousands die in clashes between drug cartels or in gun fights with government forces police cross is one of the most prominent they're always fresh followers here. bring them for their former boss and probably the most notorious drug lord over what time. in two
thousand and eight his son. was shot dead on this very spot. where men were killed in reprisal well. or someone is stealing his family. just. grows in the same it's bad where he was killed because it is believed that if they do that they did the spirit of the deceased would be just you know roaming cd you would know. so they would grosses in as you can tell that we can drive across cd and you're going to see a lot of grosses just like he didn't seem to click on grosses every word and now that the scary thing is discloses their use now it's a reference like you know to the list meet in these plates you know world decidable jump was the yeah i'll meet you do all you know were you with skills yeah let's be
. bruce timm tara if i'm saying the name of the person correctly. this man was killed here a few years ago during the shooting which was happening over there and he was trying to save his children who were together with him in the car and he was breaking up and he was shot missed my. house is as though put it all in where they see him but there's a militant and i was some of them in law to. allow those there was an example of how to. assess was it all now and i said at home in time law and that's bad enough then less and less and. was placed on continuous and they all. felt that either one. i mean that's on the lot of must but i am. allowed to get on the plan was to load it up and i get
you know i've been trying to gather some information and i used the spoken peace officer and he was the person that was killed was a traffic officer who was driving his patrol and then something happened with the new driver of the drive it just they got into these arguments and they argued for some reason we don't know what was that he just he had the patrol which he's in which he's because he can make a cold and then group of like. people armed people came and execute the traffic officer eight even the police didn't say if you know that happened then what can we spank. you know normal citizens i mean really you know we're not saying i don't feel safe to be honest with you just for what a hair just it just happened and they go like a guys and you get together known more powerful that. they have more power than.
i'm here for just one day. featuring several formula bands playing and style known as narco. they perform romantic ballads extolling the virtues of dealing in drugs owning guns and heavy weapons reading in cool cars and hanging out with three to girls what a life indeed. this own seldom mention how short a life like that can be in mexico seeing the lowest state the public performance of such stones has been outlawed according to the state government there is already enough beilenson without narco curry don't glorify it in the usa though. is still legal there are so many americans of mexican descent that misquotes and draw crowds of hundreds upon thousands.
and. told you so your mind see a child rearing its freedom it's real life it's pretty much real life for you is you're from mexico so cold with people cup it's also not cool everyone should know it all and make the me go full sank. the feces there's enough but if you come to you must get my. social reviews or a cup or so i could get to some of the fun. things. i. think i. think but if you. think that. i'd love to get better at all i think it's a way of life i think being a knot is like getting up every day and going to work night for five it's been a lot of good you're riding around in a pickup truck with a bulletproof vest and a radio on that you think. i don't think they are and
america is more interested in there is a state there is and this is the threat. to their way. those stars can afford the lifestyle of drug dealer they've got it all money fame and women but it's wise to be cool shoes and romance good looking girls have been known to come up with. even if they were already with a drug cartel members such triangles usually end badly with both dead. many young women buried here at the hardin is still to my cemetery many has been beauty queens models these tomb holds the remains of the woman who was once and the tories drug lords mistress he was arrested in holland in two thousand and thirteen his lover was murdered the following day. and by whom is anybody's guess.
i dare you i dare you and i dare anyone we can ask you can ask any random person east city and they want to tell you they all are going to tell you you know sooner or later that they have lost a loved one because of violence soon i mean i dare you we can ask anyone we can ask we can ask anyone we can go downtown and we can ask. you about the question of the. bill in one go up or do i want to meet. with the c.g. . she has lost a loved one. is pretty when i'm even familiar. to see.
somebody. and you know it's not long ago in front of him was killed because all you know is brad was killed. and i dare you i can tell you we can ask anyone in i. every single person will tell you the same thing and because the violence is worth it. i mean. you know the answer we all know the answer. doesn't it but i think when it's lots of crimes and just. you know you'll. be. so much better off. than mark hear. me go see you leave the well that is all you have to be so there's no. g.d.'s this out for. you as you're going to get there were. your. feet look and not get a look at him. so it's like larry. this is what you get.
this is because the report coming from the aspen next is consonant with a lot of ordinance they are. like a failed us so warm up yourself fantastic so glorious so sunny so mountain like and you know what i got to thinking of the people i really hate this world and none more so than jamie diamond who came to twenty years but as mellow he came walking into walls he came tumbling employing a proven himself to be an idiot savant but without the support. in case you're new to the game this is how it works now the economy is built around corporate corporations from washington to washington controls the media the media the voters elected businessman to run this country business
equals power you must it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been done before. we cannot stop the technological revolution in any area where. you know the ability to grow a certain oregon. on the skin of a human being for computer technology. in a general way or any other technology because it's in driven by human curiosity. which with many many. people who was. there was a problem but i guess what i'm kind of the scientists you. see are.
where they. get a good area for immigrants it's. never really know for sure but this has been a. necchi so i. know. when i started no i. had. in america a college degree requires a great deal. paying a decade dead. studying soha did require a strong. going through humiliation to enter an elite society.
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