Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Report: Los Zetas is the Most Powerful Cartel

Borderland Beat
 
Note: The following is the translation  narrative of the video at the conclusion of this post.   To read the report link to Stratfor using the link at the bottom of this post.  Remember, republishing an article is not necessarily the opinion of the BB reporter, and in this case I would disagree with  the analysis in part, however the majority of the report presents sound information that would benefit readers...Paz, Chivis 
 
Zetas are the most powerful criminal organization of Mexico, according to a report from the Stratfor.
The cartel, one of the most bloodthirsty in  the country, has been benefitted from the division of the criminal organizations on the first trimester of the year according to the report published this week.
The report titled "Mexico's Drug War: Balkanization Leads to Regional Challenges", makes an in-depth analysis of the five most important criminal groups in Mexico: The Zetas, Sinaloa Federation, CDG, CJNG and the Knights Templar.
The analysis evaluates the most important events related to organized crime in the last three months and explains the Mexican cartels have followed a trend of fracturing. This trend, which we are referring to as balkanization has existed for more than two decades and affects all of the criminal groups in Mexico.
 
The report that foresees an increase of violence in western Chihuahua, northern Sinaloa, Jalisco and northern Sonora, states: Zetas are currently the most powerful cartel in Mexico. They were formed when they split off from the Gulf Cartel in 2010, however both groups maintained homogeneous and growing, although the reports warn that the most important risks for both organizations is the split between CJNG and Sinaloa Federation.
 
The report points out the increase in operational capabilities of CJNG and Knights Templar during the first trimester of 2013.  In the struggle for the routes of drug trafficking towards the United States, the organization of the Beltran Leyva is isolated from the conflict between the Zetas and the Sinaloa Federation.

The report also points out the breakup of the Beltran Leyva Cartel into several groups: Independent Cartel of Acapulco in Guerrero, Los Rojos and Guerreros Unidos in Morelos.

The fragmentation is not reversing, at least not in the next few years says the trimester report. While the Zetas and the Sinaloa Federation continue to face new rivals and internal ruptures, their resources have not decrease.

Both cartels continue to extend their drug trafficking operations on an international level, increasing their influence and their profits. However, they will continue to confront within new reality, in which they are forced to collaborate with or fight with other groups, explains the report authored by Tristan Reed.
This balkanization in the spheres of organized crime,  is determined by Stratfor, the security consultant, and represents new regional challenges to cartels, who  with this  trend are forced to work with  groups or otherwise war against them.

About the Zetas, it emphasizes the risk of losing Hidalgo, their old inquiry, by the Knights Templar. The Knights Templar has made significant progress although violence has not increase, besides the Zetas continue a struggle with CDG for territories such as Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas since 2010.
According to Stratford, the Zetas will face in 2013, a lack of leadership. .continues next page


Sinaloa Cartel face constantly disputes for the control of the routes and the cultivation areas, against La Linea. In Chihuahua, so far, they have control over Los Mochis and Guasave, north of Sinaloa. It also continues with violent incursions against Zetas in Mazatlan, Concordia and Rosario, south of Sinaloa.

Internal violence between cartels in mountainous regions of Chihuahua continues at the same time that the people of Joaquin Guzman Loera “El Chapo” fight against La Linea for the control of the routes and the cultivation areas. On the other hand, the group known as Los Mazatlecos has maintained control over the plazas of the northern cities of Sinaloa such as Los Mochis and Guasave. However it has continued the violent incursions into southern cities such as Mazatlan, Concordia and Rosario,  with the support of the Zetas.

Stratfor analysis emphasizes on the danger that represents CJNG, which after being allied with Sinaloa Cartel, it became financially and operational independent conduct offensives against allies of Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, such as Los Coroneles, The Knights Templar and CDG.

Stratfor predicts the decline of CDG at least in the next few months. The death of Cardenas Guillen divides CDG into 2 factions: Los Rojos and Los Metros. On the first trimester of 2013, the internal struggles had clashed between the leaders of Los Metros: Mario Pelon Ramirez Trevino, David aka El Metro 4 and Miguel El Gringo Villarreal. CDG is the most fractured organization and no longer consists of just two opposite sides. However, Stratfor attributes the control of the Gulf Cartel and the majority of its factions to Mario Ramirez Trevino.

If Ramirez Trevino has really won, violence will decrease, at least in Reynosa.

The influence of external organizations such as Los Zetas, Sinaloa Federation or the Knights Templar sparks violence; it also informs that CDG factions are becoming more reliant on the support of Sinaloa Cartel and the Knights Templar to defend Tamaulipas from the Zetas.

The report indicates that the Knights Templar will maintain control over Michoacán and will defend it from any intrusion.  Stratfor points out that the citizens of Buenavista, Tomatlan created a community police to defend the operations of the Knights Templar at least in that community, although the appearance of the community police might also benefit the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion, finalized the consultant.



To read Stratfor

87 comments:

  1. Hell no the zetas is not the most powerful cartel or ever will be, c.d.s is the most powerful cartel and always will be...

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    1. Shut the hell up nuthugger

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    2. Awwww whats wrong!? Lil babys sinaloa cartel didnt get voted number 1? U seem upset, u idiot! Who gives a shit!

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    3. Poor team Sinaloa, they are no more no.1 or the best...They need to train harder and "yes" they need to axe(literally) their current coaches for team "Sinaloa Dwarf Gangbangers"...Hahahaha....pathetic cockroaches.

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  2. so how exactly are LOS ZETAS THE MOST POWERFUL? it doesnt really say how they are as much as it describes the dynamics of the new realities of these groups, very interesting though regardless, to me, it doesnt matter who is at the top because of the dog eat dog nature only one or two groups can only stay there for a little bit of time before they get knocked off. mexico is too big for any one group to be top dog, people are too proud of their regions and will only support local home grown entities, regular citizens of mexico, i'd say you better start rallying together some weapons to defend yourselves against extortion and kidnapping

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  3. Highest Yoga TantraApril 24, 2013 at 12:09 PM

    2013 ▪ 04 ▪ 24

    How credible is Stratfor Global’s assessment? What/where is their source? There was an article that was published by James Bargent last week claiming that the 'Gulf Cartel Now in Control of Cancún' ~ In the article, Attorney General Gaspar Garcia Torres claimed that presently there are (2) criminal organizations present in Cancún and the Riviera Maya (Coastal Stretch): CDG and Los Pelones. The CDG has reportedly driven out the Los Zetas out of Quintana Roo.

    Milenio also reported that the region was in conflict with CDG, CDS, Zetas and Los Pelones.
    http://www.milenio.com/cdb/doc/noticias2011/441f143ff8b275f4ff9127f0969571f2

    Madame Chivis, I would agree with you regarding Stratfor’s over zealous analysis of Los Zetas. But then, Attorney General Garcia Torres’ claimant I question as well. Which cartel is paying his weekly payroll?

    /\__/\
    (=';'=)
    (")_(")

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    1. Well everyone that works for Stratford Global in Austin, TX live in the most poor neighborhoods, and they get their daily info updates from the kid selling drugs at the corner store.

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  4. Arriba el chapito isisdro siga dando les guerra viejo

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    1. A huebo.carnal

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    2. El chaputito Isidro está en el bote, ahorita lo tiene el capataz de la crujia J como chapulin en la espina.

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    3. Pero son idiotas.

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  5. Stratfor really I don't believe it??? They only real powerful cartels I kno about are in the United States.

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    1. Shut up dude u dont know shit.. Who joh gotti kid please

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    2. Republican, Democrat and Independent Cartels? They're the most corrupt organizations in the USA Of A.

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    3. LoL.. Yea we don't have bribery we have "Lobbying"..LoL Bow down to your master uncle sam like the rest of us 250+ million..

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  6. Watch out everyone: I feel a cyber shootout between cds/zeta nutthugers will break out in this thread.

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  7. I'm not even sure I agree with half the report.

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  8. The Zetas might have the most spread out presence, but they are certianly not the most powerful CARTEL in Mexico.
    Everyone knows this is how it ranks.
    CDS
    Zetas-BLO only because of their alliance
    CDG
    CT
    CDJ
    CJNG
    and the rest

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  9. So how is Z40 doing as a leader? They always talk about the 'lack of leadership' and that the zetas have split under his rule because many of them hate him. But has he been effective nonetheless?

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  10. If you read the actual report no where in it does state that the Zetas are the most powerfull in Mexico. It says they are the "other most powerful cartel in Mexico", the other I presume means that the author places the Sinaloa and the Zetas on par

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  11. According to Stratfor CDG barely exists yet they are waging a brutal war against los Z. I dont believe this at all, Z are losing too much ground in Mexico for this to be accurate.

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  12. This is what Chapo Guzman wants make less noise let other cartels act like their on top and he flys under the radar...in Juarez La linea and Aztecas were doing the attacks and who came out on top

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    1. Juarez came out on top.. Chapo can't even control hes on home turf.. el chapito isidro is gonna own sinaloa soon...

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    2. Juarez is all confusing my familly in Juarez say there are so many groups that arent even part of cartels taking advantage of the situation robbing people while the sinaloans and la Linea keep going at it but most of the people are la Linea as well as the cops,

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    3. El centro de Juarez es un desmadre te tienes q cuidar de todos pero la Linea esta bien pesada en Juarez, los aztecas operan en varias partes de la cuidad y mexicles y aas en otros con sinaloas y linieros por toda la cuidad y en chihuhua y en muchos pueblitos a chihuhua y villa ahumada la Linea es la q rifa

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  13. the most powerful cartel in mexico is made up of politicians, army, police...and all levels of goverment agencies. always has. always will be.

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  14. Little bit of topic: Sandra Avila Beltrán aka La Reyna Del Pacífico, pleads guilty in US Federal Court to charges of cocaine trafficking, while working for the cartel headed by her former boyfriend Juan Espinoza Ramírez. The US Federal prosecutor is trying to sentence her under the kingpin statue. Good riddance bitch.

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  15. I dnt believe they r the most powerful nor the most violent, i just think they have no heart against anybody not even children and women and thats y they stand out.becuz the rest of the cartels have been around for along time and people did not fear to even go outside till now that the z's r here. Thats my peronel opinion.

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    1. Well then that means they are the most violent u jackass!! If they kill children and everybody is scared shitless of them then its obvious!

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  16. In the Video they mentioned cds's gente nueva is still fighting CDJ's La linea. That is true, I live about 10 minutes from Ciudad Delicias in one of the little towns surrounding it I've been here since 2008. So how is it that in over 6 years chapo cant completely take chihuahua with his people, the local/federal gov, military & u.s agency help?? Like i said before chapo will never take Baja California, Tamaulipas, Nueno Leon, Coahuila & certainly NOT Chihuahua. Before you chapo fanboys start with “La Linea is bad they kill innocent people” even if they do so does cds/gn, so do all the other cartels, the evidence is there. Those 35 bodies dumped in the Veracruz highway a couple years back was gn/cds, turns out those people where innocent. So stop with the “that cartel is bad because they kill innocents“ BS.

    Just remember ALL THIS MESS started when chapo tried to take over Juarez/Tijuana/Nuevo Laredo & other boarder cities over 6 years ago And he still hasn’t taken Chiwas & never will.

    I remember when Juarez & other boarder cities where booming with tourism & now thanks to that little greedy fuck they become ghost towns at sunset people visit there family less often.

    In Meoqui some drunk idiot (I don’t know if he was cds/gn) was brutally murdered by some locals. Now heres the important part, these guys that killed him weren’t CDJ/Linea, just more super proud Chihuahuenses. All the guy did was yell “viva sinaloa” & that was enough to provoke anger & get himself beaten to death & dragged behind a truck. I hope you that makes it clear, chapo will never be the “plaza owner” of any other state besides sinaloa.

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    1. If Chapo hasnt taken "jack" like you say why is he worth over a billion dollars? Do you think he makes all his money pushing dope around Cualican?? Idiot, dont let your hate for someone cloud your judgement. Chapo has influence over most major plazas in Mexico. He has been calling shots in Baja since Ramon got killed. You are proud, but stupid.

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  17. That map is old as hell I went to cuatemoc about a month ago in chihuhua and the people say there is no violence there because all that region and nearby towns are under control of la Linea.. They dont even show the Juarez cartel.. Dont they update maps

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    1. Arriva cuatemoc, Chihuahua

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    2. neta compa I have fam in lil pueblos in chiwas n bros in Juarez n they say Juarez is under linea control n the out pueblos are aztecas

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  18. beltrans might not have much but those ranchos up on the mountains of sinaloa are are filled with poppys and weed .. how do they get there product out of the country if they have no territory by the border

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  19. The Zetas only wish they were as powerful as the DEA, those are real cartels.

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    1. That may be true.some guy today had a good idea he said america should go to a flat tax and put all those out of work I.R.S auditors on the border with weapons as they are some of the NASTIEST MEANEST ppl on earth lol

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  20. This is ridiculous.
    Are the Zetas even moving dope these days??
    I know that sounds stupid- but its way more audible than how many multi-ton interceptions that the authorities blame on the Z.

    No matter what the writers of this blog write, in order to be a drug cartel, you need the following...
    1) A muti-ton connect
    2) Read #1

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  21. guys i fckn know it just not me in this why do they shy away from cds why protect them and put pressure on another cartel yes the zetas are powerful thats a fack but do cds get a pass and break weres the politician protecting cds and its leaders shit i guess caf is being smart laying low and growing waiting for the right moment to make a huge push thats the word out here in baja i guess after the detencion of melvin the guys representing cds intrest ran back to sinaloa they knew shit was going down after all cds dealers getting gunned downed trust me guys caf is alot powerful than people think and alot more smarter just think why doesnt cds just wipe them off the map???? think about it and also why cds loosing everything from high ranking members to large shipments and money only in baja !!!! i speak cause i live here in tijuana and party in tecate and rosarito and ensenada i know these caf members they allow me to live in peace even though im white i grew up here and i love the mexican culture and i got alot of loyal friends viva mexico caf is powerful pls dont fall to these hating reporters

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    1. Ur ass is not white ur probably one of those kids born in the U.S. with Mexican parents n now u think ur to cool to be called Mexican

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    2. Or just another miclo lol

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    3. Haha simon vato " milkweed"

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  22. Los pelones sided with CDG or had a treaty if im not mistaken
    -Twister

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  23. Wheres caf on the map? Wtf

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  24. I believe it simply for the fact that the Zetas have diversified into every facet of crime. Drugs, guns, human trafficking, extortion, kidnapping, larceny, money laundering, etc, etc. Sure CDS moves the most drugs but the Zetas are like a criminal virus that keeps spreading no matter what. Also, the Gulfs and Sinaloas always praddle on about how they don't kidnap and extort and this and that, but guess what? They are going have to sooner or later in order to maintain in the ever changing criminal landscape in Mexico. Im sure the Gulfs and Sinaloas already do what the Zetas do, they just don't admit it, still trying to win the hearts and minds of the people. However, in the end, they are all scum just like the Zetas.

    An Observer

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  25. lololololololololololololololololollolololololololthis is funny

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  26. The Z are not the most powerful cartel in Mexico they are the biggest cartel but not the Most powerful!

    1.CDS
    2.Z
    3.CT or CJNG
    4.CJNG or CT
    5.CDG
    6.Beltranes

    The Zetas have lost some ground like in Zacatecas and Nuevo Leon but as long they have the routes to push drugs they are unstoppable.They move drugs through Guatemala,South of Mexico Veracruz all the way to Tamaulipas and Coahuila.

    As long they have Nuevo Laredo and Piedras Negras as border unlock and have a big presence in Tamaulipas and Coahuila and Veracruz and some other states in the south of Mexico and Guatemala they all good!

    Two Borders!

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    1. Problem is the sinaloa federation is probably 10 times more wealthy than the Zetas. Sinaloa moves more drugs into other countries so they have much more protection from top politicians in us and mexico. They have more elite soldiers than the newer zetas. Zetas are no longer have many ex gafe soldiers etc. the new Z receuits non trained street thugs who get gunned down at will. The old zetas had many elite specual forces kill squads, but theyve all been killed,

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  27. Teachers riot in Guerrero! Destroying PRI AND PAN offices!

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  28. Z and Sinaloa are the two , Cjng is third and rising. C.T. Are in trouble with the people of town in their main bases.

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  29. Can u tell me how to watch the video in english? I dont know spanish and cant work my google translate for shit lol

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  30. just early last week austin pd made a major drug bust at an east austin tire/ or auto body shop / large kilo amounts of meth/ coke/ and heroin, maybe some pounds of weed and i think some weapons too.. well,,,, pretty large for austin at least. and they were linked to the templars, supposedly they have a nice foothold up in austin...check it out..

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  31. Z40, you made hell. Your brother Jose will be awaiting verdict in court.

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  32. We need to refer to Stratford's original piece: http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/mexicos-drug-war-balkanization-leads-regional-challenges#ixzz2ROfnaDRe

    Wo where does it say that the Z is the most powerful, that's was someone's else's spin. Strartford merely called them the OTHER most powerful carter, placing CDS and Z as together without bothering to rank em.

    CJNG tearing things up!

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  33. "CJNG tearing things up!" yeah like that young innocent girl few months back,and burned her carcass.........CJNG are filth!!!

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  34. It is really important to realize that Stratfor is seriously linked to the CIA in the US.
    I'm not at all in love with a lot of the conspiracy theories that are so common in the US but the top guys in Stratfor are linked to US intelligence matters. Keep this in mind then that they may be tweaking their intelligence assessments for a domestic market (US). Right now the US citizenry is more or less in need of ongoing anxiety medication with one perceived threat or another from abroad (ie. Mexican drug cartels, the recent Boston bombing etc...). Stratfor by creating a "report" or documents that support the need for security will automatically get play time on tv and radio media, interviews etc.. Why? Tons of money spent by corporations on military and security.

    El Juero

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  35. The Stratfort organization is about intelligence and security.
    However they themselves are not reliable, and not secure.
    Just short quote from the internet:

    "Hackers associated with Anonymous have claimed responsibility for stealing subscriber information from the intelligence website Stratfor."

    :-)

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  36. zeta newspaper is a caf hater cause of the issues they had in the pass and they are suspected in protecting cds in taking pressure away from cds example now that caf is in better position that alot analysis think they pointed that out quick so that the goverment protecting chapo can make arrest second you guys remember the killing of 5 people including woman and a 11 year old what did zeta paper do they put and article of chapito leal taking all the heat away from cds and putting back on el caf the reality if you live here in tijuana is el caf is more low key but they have grown in numbers and are making more money than before they know once certain people protecting el chapo get arrested they will be and out all war and they are more prepare than before theres a alot at steak cause tijuana dont want to go threw another war but its going to happen after the detencion of melvin cds people incharge of there shipments ran back to sinaloa cause there street dealers were getting wacked and it was a smart move cause caf had to show cds even though melvin got arrested caf still got power to decide what to do in their plaza

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  37. @11:01PM
    you don't need a translator I have translated it for you. Read my intro paragraph.

    @12:01PM
    The post IS THE VIDEO narrative, if you read each word of my post you will see it is the Mexican take on the report. I don't know how to make it more clear than the intro paragraph that it is the video narrative. I figured readers know how to read English therefore I posted the Mexican report and at the bottom gave the link to the Stratfor report so you will have both.

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    1. I do read your narrative just tryin to learn a little spanish and would like to be able to understand the conversations in some of the videos.if you didnt put the narratives i wouldnt understand it at all.didnt say u needed a translator as u do not.i do understand all the written english on here and thanks for all your hard work on here

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  38. PS

    in the video you can read:

    Los Zetas son la organización criminal más poderosa de México

    got it?

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  39. Yeah I disagree with this article. I have personally seen zetas being lured out zacatecas and San Luis Potosi. the existence of los chapos is very high in these states were a year ago it was zetas. I vacation back and forth yearly. I'm going back to Mexico in 3 weeks. let's see whose presence is there this year..

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  40. A circus dwarf known as El Chapo becomes a gangbanger drug dealing boss..hmmm, good story about Sinaloa gangbangers...Another time to comment about the "Lost Zetas" (they are a lost lot).

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    1. Yea id like to see 40 and chapo in a boxing ring.they could settle their differences there and no one else would get hurt.they could sell tickets to that sideshow and make money.the midget vs the psycho lol

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  41. April 24, 2013 at 11:13 PM
    "Ur ass is not white ur probably one of those kids born in the U.S. with Mexican parents n now u think ur to cool to be called Mexican"
    Thats your loser ass outlook on things,that dont even make sense what your saying your that stupid.What an idiot,now your calling Mexicans names cause you hate whites,you mixed up big time hermano,you talk shit.

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    1. stop trying to be captain save a hoe...if u don't like my "outlook on things" then ignore it ..mind ur business...n who said I hated whites n when did I call any Mexican anything

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  42. Have some of you people just woken up?Get on it,lets make it easy?
    The video that is in Mexican/Spanish has been translated by Chivis and is the posted story?So,read the words,and that is basically what is being said in the video above,any questions?Sheeeiiit

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    1. Yea we get it and understand and can read just really stupid with the smartphone and computer so be nice ok

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  43. April 25, 2013 at 9:37 AM
    "Yeah I disagree with this article. I have personally seen zetas being lured out zacatecas and San Luis Potosi. the existence of los chapos is very high in these states"
    Dude,to your eyes how much of Zaca have the Z lost?And the Chapos,have they got a different accent if you hear them,or are they local?Do you see many convoy on your travels there?Tener cuidado.

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    1. I agree not every zeta has left zacatecas I'm pretty sure some are staying low for awhile. I also have seen zetas switched sides and are now working for CDS. I travel to sombrerete, zacatecas. most of the west is chapos now maybe the eastern areas are still Z territory. only convoys I see are chapos but the police does nothing. its local people they buy them out. money talks I guess

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  44. there is no reason to point out zetas right know its cds who causing friction everywere why are they taking pressure away from cds and trying to put all the shit on zetas or juarez even caf with a full page CAF RISES ONCE MORE what the point cds should still be the focus what you guys think?????

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    1. u have a good point, I think they are making the letra seem like the most powerful cartel so that way most of the damage and corruption in Mexico can be blamed on them and not CDS.

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  45. one more thing some one ask if caf has allies yes they had to since 2009 zetas and blo and juarez i forgot the other group i live in tijuana so yo hear all this guys alquiles answers to el ingeniero i wish they stop posting that caf is done and make it seem thats wide open then they come here and find out the hard way caf is still in power oh yes a non agression pact againts lfm and templarious there not an alliance but they pay fee and its all good thats what all cartels should be doing business respect each other territory and pay a fee for shipments fck theres enough money to go around

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  46. Lol wack cartels come to the u.s see where the real cartels are at we got d.e.a f.b.i c.i.a skull and bones bohemian grove we got freemasons and federal reserve politicians generals and they are sharp well dressed men who decide your future and your country's future

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  47. I'm the leader of the Wall Street Cartel. If you got a problem I'll kill you.

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    1. I'm the owner of all central banks of world I print out all the money of the world in oder words I own the system which you all are merried to , I own you all you are my slaves hahahahahhahahha

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  48. this is stratfor fantasy..this the real list

    1.Sinaloa Cartel
    2.Los Zetas
    3.Knights Templar
    4.Jalisco New Generation Cartel
    5.Gulf Cartel
    6.Tijuana Cartel
    7.Juarez Cartel
    8.Beltran-Leyva Cartel
    9.other smaller groups

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  49. I don't believe its los zetas...it has to be cartel de sinaloa and its leader chapo Guzman...he surpass Colombia famous Pablo Escobar...aka Sosa from scarface

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  50. LOL So many Sinaloa nut suckers here. Seriously, it's like you guys have CDS balls in your face and y'all suck 'em dry lmao. Stop listening to your movimiento alterado corridos. Just because a few kids who have never been in the game sing that CDS is the most powerful cartel doesn't make it true. Face it, cartels rise and fall. Nobody thought that they're would ever be a cartel stronger then the Guadalajara Cartel and look, CDS came and surpassed them. And now the Zetas have surpassed them. I'm sure in a few years another cartel will rise and will surpass Zetas.

    Get over it. CDS ain't number #1 anymore. Yes they move more drugs but that doesn't necessarily make you the most powerful cartel. Boohoo. Stop crying. It's not like if any of you are apart of it. And none of you have ever moved weight (and no slanging a few pounds doesn't make you a drug lord and it definitely doesn't give you inside knowledge about the Mexican underworld) so stop talking like you keyboard-sicarios/mafiosos/etc know what's up.

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    1. I bet you a trilion dollar that cds will win this war over all of the other cartels for the simple fact that they have the federal government on their side

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  51. All cartels should loose why vote for criminals whats wrong with all of you?

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  52. April 27, 2013 at 7:41 PM
    "and no slanging a few pounds doesn't make you a drug lord"
    Shit,so that leaves me out with the oz,s.8th of a key?No,alright then.

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  53. they are just trying to make matters worse they already know where the real muscle is at. don't get me wrong the zS are getting even like always...just wait for the 4 ACE's to be revealed...Sinaloa M.M.M.L.L.L

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  54. Can't do that shit in America.

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  55. America should dropp a nuke in mexico and call it a day. No more cartel no more putos

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  56. I agree, Just nuke these monkeys back to stone age, oh wait I think I might have underestimated the technology advancement during the stone age lol.

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