There have been many stories of the crime that comes from Mexico. Well, it's more dangerous than you thought. There is a reason why the Mexicans are so desperate to get across the border to the United States. Well, according to this new survey, Mexico is more dangerous than Iraq and Afghanistan. Holy crap. Allahu akbar amigos.

This graph has the violence in Mexico compared to these middle eastern countries. This shows the total of armed conflict deaths in 2016. This gives some perspective and shows you why people are so desperate to get out of Mexico.

Mexico is More Dangerous than Iraq and Afghanistan

Mexico is More Dangerous than Iraq and Afghanistan

“The death toll in Mexico’s conflict surpasses those for Afghanistan and Somalia. This is all the more surprising, considering that the conflict deaths are nearly all attributable to small arms. Mexico is a conflict marked by the absence of artillery, tanks, or combat aviation,” John Chapman, chief executive of the International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) said.

Mexico is More Dangerous than Iraq and Afghanistan, Mexico gangs

This shows that gang related deaths in Mexico are on the upswing, to say the least. If there's one thing consistent about this chart, it is the upward trend.

The DNC always preaches about how an open border is an answer. They sure don't want you to lay your eyes on graphics like these. If so, logic would prevail and borders would be secure.

That said, there are many people in Mexico that are trying to escape Mexico an create a better life in the United States. For people like this, they should have the opportunity to do so the right way, legally.

When you look at these statistics is there any question why President Trump wants to "build the wall"? Is there any doubt why so many Trump supporters were so fired up about "build the wall" during Trump's campaign?

It's time President Trump.

Build the Wall

Donald Trump build the wall

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