To a growing number of Mexicans and Latinos in the Americas, narco traffickers have become iconic outlaws and the new models of fame and success. They represent a pathway out of the ghetto ... See full summary »
To a growing number of Mexicans and Latinos in the Americas, narco traffickers have become iconic outlaws and the new models of fame and success. They represent a pathway out of the ghetto - a new form of the American Dream, fueled by the war on drugs. NARCO CULTURA looks at this explosive phenomenon from within; cycles of addiction to money, drugs and violence that are rapidly gaining strength on both sides of the US/Mexican border. Written by
a Mexican band in the north of the border, boomed their business, careers and huge profit from the senseless drug killings and murders happened daily south of the border. these low lives broadcast their violent songs appeals to all the brainless people, men, women, kids, parents and families by praising the drug culture and the endless killings originated from the drugs. now you know what the 'bloody money' means, it does not mean only from the drugs and those related killings, but also by these terrible Mexican immigrants who reside in the north of the border, chanting violent murders, guns and bullets, drugs and whatever could make their druggie hymns become more popular and cash in by the endless killings in their motherland. they admitted that without the violent drug wars and killings, they would never have the market. wal-mart first refused to sell their CD, claiming their songs were too violent and promoting drugs and murders, so they only placed first order of 100 CD for a trial run, but the responses by the Mexican or Latinos living in north of the border so crazy, wal-mart immediately re-ordered fifty thousand of their CD and sold out within a couple of days. so the money rushed in to this brainless band, those Mexican singers even became movie stars not just regular celebrities. this documentary film openly and publicly filmed these bunch of violence promoters taking drugs, playing with their un-licensed guns at homes, in the cars or even in the concerts. their signings were so obviously without any gifted vocal abilities, only by their bloody rap-like boring druggie crap, kill, kill, and kill, yet the Latino Mexican folks all over America and in Mexico obsessed their songs and adored them like salvation army.
this documentary film simply disgusted me to the extreme. why the production team would waste their time and money to film these low lives and promoted them even more to a stardom-like popularity? abusing the freedom of speech that fore-fathers sacrificed so much with their blood and finally had it written into the constitution should not be so freely encouraged and wasted. you don't have to use the excuse of the murder numbers difference: el paso, Texas, 5 murders in 2013; Juarez, Mexico, 37xx murders in 2013, to be the inspirational muse for your stupid and senseless so-called music. it's the ultimate insult to the freedom of speech and the basic human decency.
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