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    Idea to stop the South American kid invasion

    U.S. drug use dollars are carrying kids north to our borders.

    Every time a U.S. citizen (5,000,000 of them) uses cocain or heroin, he's payrolling the vicious drug-running down there and sending another kid invader up here.

    He's providing the big cash incentive (totaling billions) for South American drug gangs to gun down rival gangs and innocent families and kids who won't cooperate – who escape to the safety of the same U.S. who paid the gangs to brutalize them.

    So how do we stop the invasion of the US bankrolled by the US?

    Convicted users of cocaine and heroin in the US heavily fined and the money sent to South American countries to fund the war against local drug gangs.

    Convicted users of heroin in the US, who can't pay the fines, turned into the South American countries as the criminals causing their violence and sentenced to hard labor to pay for the cost of action against gangs and the cost of incarceration.

    To keep the kids safe down there, all that's asked of US drug users is to pay the full cost of getting high.

    To counter the mess being made in our world, it's obvious our decision-makers have need of some other ideas. Drop yours in the comments.

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