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Amexica Author Ed Vulliamy Summary Ö PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð ❰Epub❯ ➛ Amexica Author Ed Vulliamy – Amexica is the harrowing story of the extraordinary terror unfolding along the US Mexico border—a country in its own right which belongsOf young women in Ciudad Juarez Heroes villains and victims the brave and rogue police priests women and journalists fighting the violence the gangs and their freelance killers the dead and the devastated all come to life in this singular book Amexica takes us far beyond today's headlines It is a street level portrait by turns horrific and sublime of a place and people in a time of war as much as of the war itself. A literally shocking non fiction account of the drugs war raging on the Mexican American border and the breakdown of society that this is in turn promoting The book starts in a fairly dry way but soon becomes a gripping dialogue for the dead as the atrocities and breakdown of society are catalogued through accounts from not only the people trying to address the problems but also from the bereaved the addicted the detritus of this burnt out society that still functions despite itself Soon enough it reads like the worst excesses of a James Ellroy or Don Winslow crimehorror novel all the gripping because you know it’s true despite the fact that you have to strain to believe it Are the drug barons the police the army and the judiciary caught up in some sort of demonic campaign to kill women for kicks The book infers that this is the case Are the worst of the junkies alcoholics and mentally ill patients interred in charitable hostels being systematically massacred by death suads in some sort of attempt at social cleansing uite possibly the book states and takes you to the places that these massacres occurred the author literally walking through the pools of congealed blood as he traces the killers’ undisguised bootprints on their killing trail through one of these erstwhile sanctuaries It is shocking stuff As the book progresses it becomes concerned with socio economic issues such as the exploitation of cheap labour in Mexico by global American corporations which is probably a book in itself But it's the drug wars that glue both sides of the border together with the drugs going north and the guns running south What to do about it thoughPart travelogue part history part social study and almost always a bit of a horror story Amexica is an eye opener but don't be surprised if you want to close them just as uickly Maybe they should just legalise the lot of it and see where it takes us For white middle class America this situation woud be utterly unthinkable and intolerable as intolerable as the lives of the Mexicans living on the borderline already is

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Copic landscape of corruption and all out civil war but also of beauty and joy and resilience He describes in revelatory detail how the narco gangs work the smuggling of people weapons and drugs back and forth across the border middle class flight from Mexico and an American celebrity culture that is feeding the violence the interrelated economies of drugs and the mauiladora factories the ruthless systematic murder. Fantastic book mostly about the drug war raging on the US México border All aspects are covered including the army's and policy fight against and often complicit involvement with the narcos the war's effect on immigration the recent involvement of Native border tribes in the issue the complicity of the mauiladoras in providing the grounds for recruitment the complicity of the US in regards to easy availability of weapons the lack of interest in following the money etc The book treats the whole border and all the major narco factions from the East coast California all the way to the Gulf of México Texas The format consists of interviews by the author of a sample of people affected by each of these issues Most of all it shows the brutality of the drug cartels and thereby the brutality with which the army has resorted to fighting themThe main thesis of the book which I think true but not uite as defended as it should be is that the drug war represents a foretaste to a post political globalized free market economy where multinational corporations such like the drug cartels have become seek profit at any cost without regard for the conseuences to peopleA rather encouraging as well as despairing trend revealed in the book is the involvement of women and The Church in the fight against the drug cartels Encouraging because in a society where the police will do nothing and in fact are often complicit with the drug cartels themselves to help the people they are meant to protect where the police and sometimes the army too are too scared to fight these criminals and with good reason people of good will the majority of which are women displaying that special genius of which John Paul II spoke and which was in full view at the Crucifixion of Jesus when all his Apostles scattered but the women remained and The Church are practically the only ones opposing the drug cartels speaking out against them organizing public protests trying to shame these bastards into acting humanely; that is they are practically the only ones exemplifying the dignity of the human person even in situations where such a concept appears to be folly and fairy tale like And yet the trend is despairing as well for anyone who speaks against the cartel be it priests police women politicians reporters army generals anyone ends up dead usually in some grotesue way and very often cruelly tortured and raped before being killed Despair is indeed uite close by evil has won; good is destroyed It takes soooooo much faith to believe that the example of human dignity displayed by these people far outweighs spiritually the evil being perpetrated and that therefore good will be triumphant in this world one day But one day seems so very far away when your children are being killedOverall I would recommend it to all the clueless Americans who do not see the connection between their drug habit and the terrible harm they are causing As was put in the book anytime someone inhales drugs they are inhaling human lives But I do not suppose those kind of people read books

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Amexica Author Ed VulliaAmexica is the harrowing story of the extraordinary terror unfolding along the US Mexico border a country in its own right which belongs to both the United States and Mexico yet neither as the narco war escalates to a fever pitch thereIn after reporting from the border for many years Ed Vulliamy traveled the frontier from the Pacific coast to the Gulf of Mexico from Tijuana to Matamoros a journey through a kaleidos. This was my beach read for our Thanksgiving vacation to Florida I was so thoroughly engrossed I barely remember any details from our holiday This fascinating angering and heartbreaking report is very well researched and written and the authorreporter so well versed and caring so much about the subject matter that I began an instant obsession with the region as well as its our vexing issues Ed Vulliamy is wise to trace the root of the problem beyond America's drug addiction and subseuent arms smuggling He points to the much larger fault of theoretical globalization and the scars left after corporate flight Although depressing sickening and rage inducing he leaves us with hope from non profit saintly groups and individuals