America Is Being Transformed Into a Dangerous Narco-Terrorist State by Design
This is the first of a multi-part series which will critically examine the criminal models brought into this country by the cartels.
Most Americans only care about organized crime when they feel the violence will spill over to their community and endanger themselves and families. If this is criteria for heightened activities, then Xanax should be on every apathetic American’s medicine list.
Pablo Escobar popularized the idea of widespread murder, where nobody was off limits to assassination. Politicians, police, military, judges, businessmen, journalists and anyone else who got in the way, ran the risk of falling victim to the Medellin Cartel.
In the interest of brevity, here is a short list of politicians murdered by the Escobar cartel. This will be followed with some brief, but important statistics, regarding violence, toward politicians, journalists and politicians in the Sinoloa Cartel, which is the most active cartel acting with impunity inside the United States. This will be followed by a brief section on MS-13 the hitmen for the Sinoloa Cartel which has a massive presence in the United States. And then finally, this article will take a brief view of the recent, and perhaps not so coincidental murders of two recent US State Senators.
America is being transformed into a narco-terrorist state where nobody (eg politicians, journalists and average citizens) are not safe.
Politicians murdered by the Medellin Drug Cartel:
Luis Vasco and Gilberto Hernandez, two DAS agents who had arrested Pablo Escobar in 1976, were included in the earliest assassinations of authority figures by the cartel. This was an assassination designed to cover up the fact that Escobar had a criminal element as he was elected to the Columbian Congress.
Also part of exposing the Escobar Cartel, was Rodrigo Lara, who disgraced Escobar in congress. Lara, who was the Minister of Justice. Lara was assassinated on a Bogotá highway on April 30, 1984, as he was fleeing the country after he publicly revealed that newly elected, Pablo Escobar, had a long criminal history and had actually been arrested. As Lara was driving in his motorcade to the airport, two gunmen riding a motorcycle approached his vehicle in traffic and executed him with automatic weapons.
Tulio Manuel Castro Gil, a Columbian Superior Judge, was killed in July 1985, shortly after indicting Escobar.
Carlos Ernesto Valencia, a Superior Judge, was murdered after indicting Escobar on the death of Guillermo Cano, in August 1989.
Luis Carlos Galan, was a presidential candidate, but never made it to the election as he was killed by gunmen during a rally in Soacha in August 1989.
Carlos Mauro Hoyos, the Columbian Attorney General, was kidnapped then killed by gunmen in Medellín in January 1988.
This is only the short list and does not include the thousands of police offices, military personnel, reporters, etc., that were victims of the widespread violence.
When a country imports or otherwise embraces this kind of criminality, the society quickly turns deadly. This is what is crossing our border everyday into America. Soon these political positions will be the same in the US. Only the names will change.
The Sinoloa Cartel and Murder INC.
The cartel is at the forefront of murder in Mexico. However, they use the hitmen from the MS-13 terrorist group to carryout these acts.
Tijuana is in the midst of its worst series of murder as a whopping 2,513 recorded killings last year which was largely fueled by a surge in the local demand for illicit methamphetamine drugs.
A recently released report by the Mexican National Commision for Human Rights (CNDH) has revealed that between 2000 and March 2018, 138 journalists have been murdered in Mexico, 14 of those are women. The report, which was released as a part of the "With Violence There Is No Freedom of Speech," detailed the challenges faced by journalist and media workers in that country.
According to the report, the profession of journalism is "high risk in Mexico, and that negatively impacts the public's right to be adequately informed on national issues.
Mexico experienced a record number of murders for the second year in a row in 2018, which accounted for 33% more killings than in calendar year 2017 according to Reuters reports.
Mexican authorities opened 33,341 murder investigations in 2018, the highest number ever, the country’s Interior Ministry reported Sunday. The figure outpaced even last year’s toll of over 25,000, which was then the highest number since the record began in 1997.
In 2016, there was many as 10,000 members in 46 states, the MS-13 gang has expanded beyond its initial and local roots. Members are accused of crimes ranging from kidnapping and murder to drug smuggling and human trafficking.. My Border Patrol sources tell me that these numbers have more than doubled since December of 2016.
Again, we are on the cusp of this happening to America on a daily basis.
As we unravel the shooting deaths of two US state senators, it is hard to believe that cartel violence is not here already and are carrying out there acts of violence against public figures. America, through illegal immigration is becoming transformed into a cartel ridden bastion of murder.Reports are next as we set upon the new and violent frontier in America.