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Juarez: Deadliest City in Mexico- This Would Not Happen in an Equal Money System

In Juarez, Mexico, 53 people were killed over 72 hours, reports an article from CNN. Several of those killed were police officers.

One police officer was shot ten times at close range by a driver who confronted the officer after being given a ticket.

A head was found on a street, and another body was found by a burnt vehicle.

Besides those killed in Juarez, 13 taxi drivers were also killed in the town of Acapulco.

Juarez, one of Mexico’s deadliest cities, is home to some drug cartels who are at war with each other over turf for drug-smuggling routes, and drug-dealing territory. So far for 2011, in the city of Juarez an average of 8 people are killed every day.

In our current system such crime exists because drug trafficking is actually more lucrative than the legal route- wherein there is often not enough jobs, not enough decent jobs, that pay enough for a decent living. Crime becomes a better option as for those who are born into situations of poverty, lack the means of an getting an education, and thus lack the means to get a decent job with which to sustain themself. Not to mention that in the current system one is often required to work more than is actually necessary- this also leads to the appeal of criminal ‘business’.

In an Equal Money System this will no longer be an issue, as everyone will have sufficient access to their needs for participating within the system for a brief conscription period- as opposed to the current system where one has no choice but to work until they are too old to work anymore, and then must rely on Social Security to be able to survive.

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