Monday, January 16, 2012

"Shoutout to los Chakas"

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This weekend the latest Zeta interrogation/execution video appeared on the internet, in which a group of four uniformed Zetas interrogate and then hang two alleged Gulf cartel members by the neck.

During the now all too mundane interrogation the soon to die men identify themselves as Francisco Diego Goméz Guevara and Francisco Javier Reyes Cruz and admit to being members of a "golfo" cell that committed grenade attacks and hung banners in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas. Both men may be the same two persons whose bodies were hung from a  Ciudad Victoria highway overpass last week.

The video begins with a text introduction that reads:

Here are these assholes that belong to the Gulf cartel who committed grenade attacks and hung their banners with the name of Los Zetas and challenging the government.

The attacks were at the office of the Ministerial police, at the Casino Magnific parking lot, and a car bomb at the prison. The banners were hung at #21 Adolfo Lopez Mateos Boulevard, another at the Colonia Las Palmas, and others at the Colegio Ateneo, the general hospital and the electrical utility office.

Stop intimidating the population, the fight is between us. We invite you to the rumble, assholes. The only thing you all can do is this shit.

Ciudad Victoria is Zeta territory


The video ends with a shout out to the gangbangers that make up Los Zetas' human resource pool, los Chakas.

Coca Victor (code for Ciudad Victoria) is all Zetaz, greetings to los Chakas.

Los Chakas are followers of a modern Mexican cultural trend that glorifies the “narco” ethos and lifestyle, and are heavily influenced by visual elements of U.S. gang culture.


A description of los Chakas in Mexican society can be found in a social critique posted by Conrado Romo, a journalist, on CriticaPura, a Mexican political analysis website.

The following is an excerpt from the post:

The Chakas are a sign of the erosion of what is left of the national identity.....They are a symptom of the danger to a society whose quintessential concept is that of a criminal, a badass (cabron), a drug trafficker.

Los Chakas are the ultimate representation of what many Mexicans consider acceptable; they are an effect of globalization on a community that is poorly educated and, in general, suffers from a poor quality of life.


They are the result of a socio-economic model defined by ignorance, a quest for wealth and hedonism, with the "fiesta" as the central structure of an entire generation's world view; an ideology of consumption by youth who face a completely tedious life with little promise and in awe before the offerings of organized crime.

And it is not only those who wear "Ed Hardy" t-shirts that accept that dynamic; a majority of the population is part of that indolence that naturally relishes the most coarse hedonism and breaks with the bonds that could lead to an impulse of positive community development. It is the most brutal and heartbreaking kind of individualization, a beginning of the end of a society.


The deficiencies of contemporary Mexican society have led to the "narco" as an icon; the social archetype that is able to overcome personal difficulties and achieve success (money, women, fine wine) is the dream of thousands of youth who fill Metroflog servers with photo poses holding handguns and imitating those with the power to corrupt governments.

Calderon's war is lost because his strategy only kills people but does not erase the example of their lives; the war is lost because the communications media continues to criminally spread these new class of values; it is a lost war because it is not creating a narrative of life that people can aspire to; it is a lost war because it is not being fought with education, but only with weapons.

68 comments:

  1. I bet millions of dollars the people that died are zetas just to show the people that zetas control that region

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  2. Mexican gangbangers have been wreaking havoc on American cities for years. Now Mexico can have them back...

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    1. Yet the worst cities in the U.S. are non Latino. Like Detroit, Camden, St. Louis, Flint, and your very own capital of D.C. Explain that one? Oh you can go to Boston or Baltimore and find white gangbangers. Let's just point at Mexico for now since it seems to be pretty popular. If you read a lil bit of U.S. history you come to find that gangs were formed by the Irish when they came to America.

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    2. Lol for real? Irish gangs?! If you're going to refute mexicos gang influence by listing the cities you did, you might want to try a little common sense. Shy of Boston, those cities have disproportionatly high numbers of black people and I would bet that most gangs are mostly black in those cities. But, that is completely unimportant, any one race doesn't account for gangs. What does is poverty stricken people. No matter the race, ill bet 100% of those gang bangers grew up poor with very few options for work and banging presented itself as the best option. Most of those cities are economic wastelands ( stl, dc, Detroit, flynt)

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  3. zetas and skraps both got something in common..they're both gutter rats

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  4. Look what American street gang culture has done to done to Mexico, it has corrupted the minds of the poor kids there. The reason why Hispanics/Blacks/Armenians/Asians etc. started gangs in the U.S was because they were targeted by whites and the police, now the exported Mexican-AMERICAN gangsters has taught the ways of U.S gang culture and life to Mexican kids. And before any of you gringo says that the gang mentality has always existed in Mexico and it was Mexican influence on American society, let me tell you this. We in Mexico did have gangs but nothing like the U.S gangs and our "gangs" were revolved around Colombian music, our gangs were called "colombianos or chuntaros". Did you gringos ever wondered why the cartels hired U.S gang members as soldiers in the early 90s and early 2000s instead of "gangs" in Mexico? Is because the gangs in Mexico pale in comparison to U.S street gang's mentality, the most influential hitmen in the cartels have always been Americans.

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  5. Hey idiot i'm tired of americans talking shit about mexicans or hispanics! you may want to take a good look at who boosts up us economy! The us is a country has many gangs! Not only mexicans or how about kkk or stupid skinheads! Don't you think they wreck havoc??mexico like the us is a beautiful country and this war is tearing it apart ans there is innocents caught in between!

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  6. What a bunch of fucken ponk low life sons of bitches. They all look like bums.

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  7. Good article Gerardo.

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  8. It is a lost war because we have not killed enough of these fuckers. Stop the arrests, stop the dog and pony shows, stop the BS - unleash Armageddon. All these wannabes deserve a bullet in the head - round them all up and kill them and keep doing it until they are exterminated.

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  9. Those chunts look like a bunch of "cholo rancheros"

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  10. Juxtapose the photos of the arrogant gangbangers with their smug heads held high to the photos of the soon to be executed gangbangers with the look of terror and their heads bowed.

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  11. Look at the asshole with his finger on the trigger, clearly u can see he has no weapons training what so ever, I wouldn't b surprised if he accidently pulls the trigger and kills a couple of his friends by pure stupidity.

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  12. Someday their mothers will cry and blame the law.

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  13. @January 16, 2012 6:48 AM

    "Luckily" his toy AK-47 has safety on. :)

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  14. Narcorancheros es la neta, puro cabeza de condon ejercito mexicano hagan lo mismo que el ejercito de salvador , llevenselos al monte y fuego, una bala x.pendejo. Ni su narcomamas los.van aI extranar estos pemdejos que ven en las fotos,ya estan muertos y ni lo saben. Arriesgan la vida d.sus familias los gueyes al ensenar su jeta en fotos,mas pendejos no pueden estar. Y las gangas en usa hay mucho hispano x ke la mayoria ke se cruza son de rancho ,si los papas son analfabestias ke puedes esperar de sus hijos. Eso se ve tambien en las ciudades de mexico cuando se mudan del rancho a la ciudad,

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  15. Puro chuntarillo miado que le maman la verga a los chicanos. Pinches zetillas jediondas. Jajaja son payasos. Pinches mocosos en la carcel lloran como putas. Sigan matando zetas mugrozas

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  16. January 16, 2012 4:19 AM ,
    Who is we? Unless youre Mexican Marina, then your words carry weight.
    If youre in the U.S. then you arent doing shit,
    Aqui no pasa nada is the new mantra.

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  17. at least they wernt beheaded alive

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  18. wwwwoooowwww gerardo , totally inacurate , cartel members in mexico , dont dreess like cholos jediondos! ajjajaja m maybe the zetas , because there on a hole other level of low life shit, but your report is not correct my friend , echate una vuelta pa sinaloa , pa que veas como visten los CHAKAS , d verdad

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  19. PURO SINALOA Y PURO SUR 13!!! KONTROLAMOS TODO!!!

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  20. the article said "And it is not only those who wear "Ed Hardy" t-shirts that accept that dynamic" ------ lmao gangbangers in mexico wear ed hardy? jajaja yeah they come to the us, come to newyork get their ass kicked lol

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    1. Lol.. new york .bunch of pussies .... Still scared of bin laden ..... These people will fuk that little state up ...... Bunch of pussies up north for real

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  21. With all the guns why go to the work of making a gallows? Doesn't make sense. Unless they are scared someone will hear the shots.

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  22. another bush of rats when they get pick up .they will start snitchs on everyone

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  23. @Anonymous said...

    With all the guns why go to the work of making a gallows? Doesn't make sense. Unless they are scared someone will hear the shots.


    It's about giving people fear, chopping heads of and skinning them keeps the public out of their way and business. And they also think they terrorize the rival cartels, but I don't think it works since every cartel has a video of chopping someones head off. So far the best one is the one of the chainsaw lol.

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  24. @12:18

    gangs in the US aren't to blame. the Mexican drug cartel who supplies them with guns and money are their primary influence.

    @12:21

    lol the KKK doesn't wreak havoc on shit in the States. these gangs in Mexico are larger, more violent, and sitting on a mountain of cash. also Mexican gangs flourish partly because Mexico's justice system is a joke. with law enforcement often on the cartel payroll they're able to make bank and grow stronger without a worry. Mexico produces a whole new breed of gang that surpasses in power and violence any blood/crip, KKK shit

    you try to place blame on the US while Mexico is burning from within.

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  25. I remember when Arturo El Texas told his car wash boy: Hey Miguel go and get some tortillas right now pendejo the carne asada is ready, and there he goes barefooted running like crazy future z40 to get some tortillas for his boss! Jajajajaja

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    1. It might be true bro,but where's Arturo now?haha not in Laredo.I've met many people in my life that worked for los tejas they all tell me the same thing,n I've met a couple of his people when I was locked up for 2 months en la loma, remember that,and let me tell you something you might not know, most of those tejas that humiliated z40 in the past there all burning in hell z40 killing those men who did humiliate him.COMO DICEN WHOS THE LAST ONE LAUGHING. TRUTH HURTS CAUSE IVE MET SOME THEM DECEASED MEN BUT THEY HAD IT COMING TO THEM.TRUST ME BROTHER I WAS ALSO BORN IN NUEVO LAREDO...CRECIENDO CON ELLOS EN LAS CALLES DE NVO LAREDO

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    2. From washing cars now he wants to own mexico. This dumb fucks dont deserve been bosses. A boss is someone that works from been a kid not one that doesnt have nothing to eat and they tell him now your boss.

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    3. Did he have to kill all those children? Some as young as 3 months old? He might be the boss now but he will burn in hell also! He is the boss because he has betrayed every DTO he has worked for. Go to you tube and look for EL JUDAS DE LOS ZETAS, that tells it all. Now you can kiss his ass and call him boss.

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    4. Arturo is in Sinaloa.

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    5. You did a 2 month stint at La Loma? Jajaja! Shame on you! I know about some men that did up to 40 years flat. How about the Luna Palacios Brothers or Montemayor aka El Chacal de Escalerillas, back in the 60's. Some of them were there until La Loma was demolished and moved to another state penitentiary. I did 28 years flat @ TDC's Ellis 1 unit. 2 months? For what! May be you stole some little boy bicycle. Damn it!

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  26. If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

    2 Chronicles 7:14

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  27. Hey Gerardo,look at Black Entertainment Television in the States,listen to Democratic Politicians,Look at all the US gangs, the Wiggers, They all exist in the USA where there is more upward mobility than any country in the World. People CHOOSE to be ignorant street trash in the US and in Mexico. Since Calderon has been a failure,according to you evidently, then vote in the PRI,call the troops home,turn the Mx States cities and the borders BACK OVER to LOCAL politicians and law. I am sure the Criminal element in mexico will be so grateful that Extortion,Robbery,Theft,Kidnapping,Etc. will GO AWAY ?? This would be tantamont to Re-Electing Obama in the US.

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  28. Those chunts look like a bunch of "cholo rancheros"
    IN SINALOA-SONORA THEY CALL THEM RANCHOLOS...

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  29. The pictures right before they enter reynosa and die....

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  30. 12:10 go into nuevo laredo nnow and tell them that if you're really trying to make fun! You only saying it on the computer doesn't make you any better or tougher trying to make fun!

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  31. Im from the U.S. The difference between us two is that we have a police force. They at least try to have some honor and dignity in what they do. We both have gangs and cartels. Theyre all across the globe. But the gangs have to operate within a structure of law. They dont just pull over buses, execute everyone, cut their heads and post them around town. Mexicans do that because they know they can and nobody will talk to the police about it. Because we all know that they are on the payroll.

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  32. These wanabee rancholos are too lame to believe. It's embarrassing to be one of them. They are worse than knock off sneakers!

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  33. "Look what American street gang culture has done to done to Mexico"Look at what you up against?Straight up Racist shit,against every-one!Do you know how idiotic you sound?Do you also blame the USA for your endemic corruption,your a major producer of Meth,Opium,but you still continue to blame other people.The "whites"corrupted the "blacks" "Asian"now they corrupt you?Does that sound like fuckin pathetic whining or what?Read the story closely.Conrado Romo,has is right,it is a breakdown in society,every society,not just Mexican you fuckin crank.Unemployment,family,respect,no opportunities,you know things like that.Oh fuck you,your just another Racist Mexican talkin out their ass.Whine,whine,whine,poor me.

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  34. Z40=lavacarros y judas ( x trae las tortillas .trae los chescos o sea un TRAEDOR) Chapo = ni la primaria acabo. Osiel= lavapatrullas. La Tuta robaba el sueldo de maestro (el mas huevon de todos x ke ni lo trabajaba) si estos son los dizke jefes ahora imaginense los gatos. Ya no les digan sicarios RANCHOLOS es lo mas apropiado.

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    1. El cartel de los Benny's. Benny traime esto, benny traime lo otro, benny traime las tortillas y chescos, jajajaja!

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  35. Can someone explain this z40 los texas carwash thing to me? Seems like common knowledge to many, I have heard in several times. A gang? Someone he worked for?

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  36. Orale fuerte los ZETAS

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  37. These guys aint no Chakas, Chakas are big hitters. Misleading article here. These punks are lakras not Chakas.

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  38. this says this ------------------------------The video ends with a shout out to the gangbangers that make up Los Zetas' human resource pool, los Chakas.


    but i found this am i wrong here----------------------------------------------------------------
    mexican guy,from the northern state of Sinaloa, (although other guys from other states also consider themselves chakas). who believes/or is a bad ass dude. Usually carries multiple weapons, drives luxury SUV's or Trucks, wears expensive clothing and likes Drug Ballads, or Narco Corridos, which romanticize the Narco Sub culture in Mexico and the United States. The Word chaka originates from the State of Sinaloa. Chaka can also be used to describe things that are really great or flamboyant. usually realted to the narco sub culture.

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  39. What's with the hand sings? Does hand sings make you more powerful? Or is just stupid youngsters thinking that they own the world?

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  40. Hand sings? Stupid youngsters?

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  41. This article is wrong a chaka is a boss the word comes from sinaloa a chaka was a jefe en la sierra o jefe de plaza gerardo do some research before posting an article

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  42. they think they are cool lol

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  43. These are more like chakuarros

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  44. They all should be wearing those long pointy boots! Damn retards! What a disgrace to Mexico!

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  45. 6.20 , your right this article is incorrect, to say the least , i expected more GERARDO get your facts straight , these are CHOLOS ,aka lowest of low , making click signs with your hands , thats even unknown , in mexicos , well its known but considerd lower than shit (Z)

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  46. El verdaro Chaka came from Badirguato Sinaloa I heard he was a great guy didn't work with any cartel fuck these Chlakras

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  47. "Shoutout to los CACAS!"

    They smell like shit to me. los zetas are proving how weak they actually are becoming by picking on an already beat up gulf cartel.

    Why don't they man up and take on the Sinaloa cartel head on? That would prove that they are chingones. They wont even take one step inside juarez cuz they know better.

    Los Aztecas would man-handle Los CACAS.

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    1. CDG WEAK? pendejo si no sabes nada no digas nada!! En Reynosa y Matamoros siguen al 100! Sino pregunta mijo!! Aqui Se respetan

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    2. Si mijo del reyno y de moros no salen ya culos el cdg esta acabado

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    3. Pobre pendejo acabado tus nalgas vaboso!! Aqui seguimos y seguiremos!!

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  48. This video is a hoax.

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  49. for one people america influenced gangs for minoritys because white people hated on us so we have to protect ourselves(im not in a gang but i have family in the cartels and in gangs) america is a huge factor in this war supply and demand, guns, and money. and plus the song name is beto quintanilla el corrido de los zetas

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  50. beto quintanilla sucks at singing and he sounds pretty stupid for praising those ratazz

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    1. El Beto Quintanilla mamaba a las rataz hasta que se murio de un paro sodiaco.

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  51. who ever asked about Z-40 car wash thing, he use to work at a car wash and then a couple years later hes a leader of one of the most strongest cartels Los Zetas, its almost like the american dream go from being poor and a no life to a powerful man un amigo de todos la mexicanos

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  52. los chakas means "the bosses".
    El Chaka is what the sicario calls his boss.
    Atte

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  53. OMG the mexican mafia eme are connected with Golfo

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