Thursday, September 15, 2016

The Fake Peace of Michoacan

Translated by Chuck B Alamada for Borderland Beat from a Proceso article

Written by Jose Gil Olmos (Proceso)
Thursday, 14 September, 2016

MEXICO CITY- Once again, organized crime continues to dominate in Michoacan despite the siren’s call by president Enrique Peña Nieto and the government of Silvano Auereoles (PRD political party) with the arrest of Servando Gomez La Tuta, leader of Los Caballero Templarios. It was all a lie since there was an agreement under the table between both governments (Federal and State governments) with the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG) and other local narco groups disguised as autodefensas which again, have been empowered with weapons and terror.

Fuerzas Rurales showing their new uniforms. Photo by Miguel Dimayuga

The official lie begins with the then Peace Commissioner of Michoacan, Alfredo Castillo, acting on behalf of President Peña Nieto with the purpose of taking back territory away from the Caballeros Templarios via the autodefensas of Tierra Caliente. Autodefensa groups became the combat weapon, especially with all those autodefensa members that had deserted from the Caballeros Templarios and became known as the “arrepentidos” (the regretful ones) which were under the command of the brothers Uriel and Juan Jose Farias Alvarez AKA El Abuelo, both linked to CJNG.

 These two brothers are key to understanding the dark pacts of Peña Nieto with the CJNG which again have Michoacan in their hands and continue to cause suffering, violence, and terror with executions, extortions, and the trafficking of drugs, especially of meth which is shipped to the US from the Lazaro Cardenas Port. However, for this story, it is important to also notate the presence of another character that is also key. Colombian General Oscar Naranjo Trujillo, who made a pact with the Farias brothers and helped form the autodefensas of Michoacan as groups with paramilitary tactics with weapons and money from the federal government.

From February 24, 2013 when the first autodefensa groups emerged in the region of Tierra Caliente, Michoacan, there were several suspicions regarding their origin and financial backing. At the moment, the government of then Governor Fausto Vallejo accused them of being backed by CJNG and labeled them as criminals. The Caballeros Templarios through mantas (banners) and videos from La Tuta also accused the autodefensas of being backed by CJNG. The greatest suspicion was that they were backed by the Mexican military and by Peñas government that provided weapons, protections, and money to support the thousands of members that had joined as the months went by.

 Such suspicion was corroborated by the former mayor of Tepalcatepec municipality, Guillermo Valencia, who confirmed that Colombian General Oscar Naranjo Trujillo, on November of 2012 was in that municipality and also in la Ruana (the two towns where the autodefensas of Michoacan were born) and that he met with the Farias brothers. Colmbian General Naranjo was an advisor on the subject of national security for President Peña Nieto from June 14, 2012 when he was still the presidential candidate. The General kept a low profile during the two years where he was an advisor to Peña Nieto. It was wise for him to keep a low profile as he was accused of being behind the paramilitary groups in Colombia during the 90’s when he was chief of the national police and considered “the best police officer in the world.”

General Naranjo (left). Photo courtesy of Proceso
However, the presence of General Naranjo did not go unnoticed to Los Caballeros Templarios. On November 8, 2013, in 8 municipalities, including Morelia, banners and flyers from this group appeared accusing the Colombian General of being behind the autodefensa groups of Michoacan, at the expense of the federal government. This is how, under the real command of the Farias brothers who were linked to CJNG and with the blessing of the federal government, the autodefensas were able to have an organizational structure headed by the General Counsel (Consejo General)-composed of 37 commanders that represented each zone or territory won. Doctor Jose Manuel Mireles was among that high command and he would go on to become the spokesperson for the entire movement; a position that would subsequently cause problems with Jose Manuel Farias AKA el Abuelo.

Doctor Mireles was the only person within the autodefensas that defended the original idea of becoming a protector of the people. It was for that reason that he refused to put down his weapons or becoming a fuerza rural. This caused him to become an obstacle to the government and was subsequently arrested under fabricated charges.

In just a few months after the birth of the autodefensas, they were able to have fifteen thousand fighters in different places and were able to accomplish within one year what former Mexican President, Felipe Calderon was not able to: liberate and take back the territories in Michoacan that had been dominated by organized crime for 12 years; break the link that the Caballeros Templarios had with the government of Fausto Vallejo; disarticulate the leadership structure that imposed tax laws and extortions to business owners, entrepreneurs, professionals, farmers, and Chinese miners; and put an end to the co-government (politicians and organized crime) that existed in most of the 113 municipalities.

Once mission accomplished, on January 26, 2014, General Oscar Naranjo resigned and returned to Colombia where he joined the administration of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos. Alfredo Castillo (the peace commissioner) also resigned and Peña made him the sports commissioner. While the autodefensas in Michoacan became Fuerza Rural and while many others joined the ranks of the new criminal group in Michoacan, CJNG that had pacted with the government of Enrique Peña Nieto and has now positioned itself as the most powerful cartel in Mexico today and one of the most important in the world of drugs.

63 comments:

  1. Who knows whats real ? there is so much deception .

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    1. 7:25 I was one of the first to see las patotas de Oscar Naranjas in mexico, in the name AutoDefensas, later in the patterns of planning and attacks on the people, on the treason against epn former buddies ct and on the attacks against Dr Mireles for refusing to kiss alfredo castillos de kagada's shitty ass.
      Later, colombian hackers were singing about how they helped epn steal votes too, the whole shebangs imported from colombia's #1 mañoso, alvaro uribe velez, and his #1 fan boy helper, his minister of defense, juan manuel santos, better known in cuba for his name of "santiago" since he was wearing the mask of a young communist revolucionario when he went to confer with fidel castro, there are photos...

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  2. Michiocan is a beatiful place to bad los cerdos michocanos have made it into a sh1t hol3 i say , bring the refuges from siria and place them in michoacan but first take all michoacanos a drop them in Sea

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    1. Thats why i like bb porque they accept everybodys opinion good job bb the best blog in the internet

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    2. You are a pendejo. Your comment makes no sense. Did you understand what the article says? You are putting the blame on all the beautiful people of one of the greatest states in Mexico when in fact the article clearly says the government initiated the auto defensa movement to get rid of the CT. The poor Dr was in a loose loose situation. There are videos of him clearly saying that the ADs were not going to tolerate any organized crime but el Abuelo had a different plan

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    3. @7:51...you substitute the "I" and "e" with a 1 and 3 to imply 13 or surenos. You got alot of nerve talking shit about michoacanos messing a place up you dirty lil graffiti tagging mugroso. Anywhere you lowlife go deteriorates. That's why trump is doing so good, because of you lowlifes. As they say in michoacan, "primero mirate en el espejo"

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    4. The government recreated the rural police and dissolved the AD movement. the rural police was ran by narco who were fake ad like abuelo and americano. the gob says AD is gone but the true AD never left and have begun placing barricades for security once again when CT began reorganiation

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    5. 10:42 it dont make sense to only in two words put 1 and 3 , i think and im sure he did that because its a bad word and most of time coments whit that dont get posted
      Also i agree whit him

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    6. Chivas its H3 not CT Mencho and his croonies still haven't bien able to get the part of Michoacan that he really wants because the people there are the same people that kicked him and Los cunnis out of Michoacana. People here in the states are even heading down there to help them fight Mencho and his croonies what happened in La Mira is just an example they already kicked Menchos people out of Lazaro Cardenas they have them on the outskirts of the city as I speak.

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    7. 10:08 no it is CT reorganizing. H3 and viagras work with mencho. People are trying to confuse the situation but it is CT gaining strength and causing havoc.

      Mencho has exponentially gained ground and overtaken all target areas. It sounds like you are in support of CT and that is sad, remember how it was in Mich over a decade ago?

      Help fight Mencho...good luck with that one. you should get your ass down there and help keep innocents safe as in Cheran. not fight anyone unless is that last resort. and don't name the enemy as this or that, ALL are the enemy that kill, rape, kidnap extort innocents. the fight should be good vs evil. the fight should be against all evil the malevolent 2%

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    8. 7:51 epn, alfredo castillos de kagada, su sexotheraputa santera cubana, enrique francisco galindo ceballos y el general burrolas NO SON MICHOACANOS...

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    9. The malevolent is more like 10%, chivis, according to american genius Edward Deming, and they cause 90% of the problems, the politicians and the army and poolice just make up about all of 10%, 2% is the rich who are on top of all that laughing their arses all the way to the bank or their houses in Florida, New York, san Antonio, san diego, or sweden, Austria, españa, francia...

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    10. In mexico the most currupt are the police and politicians

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    11. not so...2-3% is consistently used this does not take into account those coerced into assisting in some way, those persons would not be involved if given a true choice.

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    12. Of course, mexico is not going to kill to get rid of 10% of its population, it would only be about 10 200 000 criminals that have murdered about one million people all over mexico since the 68 revolution of the mexican government against the people was started by the US for all the marbles...

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    13. Ya medio "michigan" sabe que al final del dia el papa pitufo es y fue un traidor y culebra de 2 patas,por eso hipolito keep it on da low low 'cause he knows he can't trust these snakes pero like I said b4 al cabo michoacanos pue'......
      And that's a fact.

      A real mexicano

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    14. The first comment was one of the most ignorant I have read here in bb and there is a lot lol

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  3. I respect the hell out of Jose Gil Olmos. He stayed shoulder to shoulder with the truth

    "Doctor Mireles was the only person within the autodefensas that defended the original idea of becoming a protector of the people. It was for that reason that he refused to put down his weapons or becoming a fuerza rural. This caused him to become an obstacle to the government and was subsequently arrested under fabricated charges."

    When Anabel Hernandez joined Proceso she and Proceso conspired to spread bullshit about Doc Mireles. Her and her "documented proof" that no one else is allowed to see.

    One headline broke his heart and he said he would do no more interviews with Proceso. the headline translated insinuated Doc M was prepared to "give them war if they want war" meaning the government. He was stunned. He has never proposed that and knows the only lasting solution has to be in conjunction with the government on some level.

    as for Hernandez, he asked me, with frustration and sadness in his voice, "WHo is this Anabel Hernandez?" "I do not know her and have never spoken to her" he meant that she never once tried to reach out to him to discuss himself, his background, his hope and goal for the people of Michoacan.

    He always made himself available to reporters, from the high profile noticias biggie to the little narco blogger, yours truly.

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    1. Thank you CBA for the article and thank you Chivis for the continued support for the Dr. I'm form Tepeque and it breaks my heart that such an injustice has been done with this great man. He should be nominated for the Nobel peace prize and instead he sits in prison. Please don't stop talking about him.
      Mr. Villano

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    2. I will never stop. and I agree he should be nominated.

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    3. This isn't going to stop until the fat lady sings just wait theirs a surprise waiting. If you thought La Familia Michoacana came in fast and hard you haven't seen nothing this time their not going to stop with just Michoacan and now that people know who it was that was stealing, robbing, kidnapping and doing the Extortion and continue to do it those groups are done their will be lots of traitors in these coming months and many more dead. People are sick and tired of this shit. What I say always happens.

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    4. Why is Anabel Hernandez writing lies about the good Dr?
      Is she not supposed to be all about exposing corrupt politicians and on the side of the people? Is she just another FAKE "good guy" ????

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    5. 4:43 beautiful anabel hernandez must have got fed some little innocuous propaganda by the government, much as the campaign against the "el chapo narco-panista de fox y calderón" or pablo escibar, by alvaro uribe vez to steal his business...

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  4. Is this new,these kind of stories being published in Mexico?Is that reporter not afraid for his/her life?I guess it's not Tamp. but my point is, is the truth slowing being revealed little by little things are coming to light?

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    1. No not new, there are a few brave reporters that take the risk and it depends where they are. regional reporters are in greater danger than a reporter who remotely writes for mainstream media such as DF.

      I sent you an email just now! to the outlook addy.

      and lastly, foreigners including canadians can get a mortgage in the US...they pay 1.5 to 2% higher inters, and must provide way more docs and take a liitle longer. having a SS# helps to expedite the process. or by using one of the canadian bank branches in the U.S. and yes foreclosures can be filed in civil court by no U.S. citizens that own property. you mentions the houses being"much cheaper in the states" that was when the bottom fell out of the market a few years back ...canada was not hit by the recession and had stable prices. but they are much higher now. for example similar houses in Houston and Toronto are priced 45-50% higher in Houston. Location is a huge factor. I sold multiple homes last year. two similar homes, two different states. One sold at 92 per sq ft, the other 760 per sq ft.

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    2. ya...good to know that foreigners can get a mortgage in US. Who knew before now? Not sure what this has to do with the article...I thought it was about The Fake Peace of Michoacan ...........

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    3. Foreigners that sell chewing gum or pumpkin seeds in mexico or those making 2.99 dollars A DAY, for minimum wages, will never be able to buy a home on the US, but mexican millionaire politicians pay cash, and that was the idea...and the US LOOOVE IT...

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  5. I would add Cemei Verde to the list of true AD leaders, like the great man Dr Mireles, he has showed that he will not bend to either narcos or their puppet masters in Government like the bushwacking nutshooting coward of cowards Castillo.

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    1. Alfredo Castillo has made more than 100 million pesos from his government jobs, but "the public servant declines to make public his wealth or the origins of it..."
      --Pos a güeboo, the cousin of murdering kidnapper torturer assassin luis cardenas palomino no es tan pendejo como parece...

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    2. I agree Cemei does not have a formal education and yet he has accomplished so much. He has stood up to the Cornells and cartel capos and held his ground.
      Mr. Villano

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    3. Castillo got paid to do his job. Now he's rich and out of the spotlight. End Of Story.

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    4. I knew Semei long before his role as an AD leader, and yes, he is a good guy. He used to drive all of the kids from Ostula so they could attend school at the Telesecundaria. Trust me, he is intelligent.

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    5. Ayotzinapos can also debate with the best of the best el pri abd the federal government have to offer, and beat them all the time, a total no, no...

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    6. 12:03 End of the story? Ha ha haaa,
      --ceaucescu and mussolini saw and end to their story, some day your novio castillos de kagada will see his...
      Until then, he will feel "persecuted"

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    7. that's right and he has been the one who never wavered in his support of doc.

      the coastal ad are genuine ad.

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    8. 12:03 Castillo Trollop:
      Do you want me to leave your novio castillo alone?
      Are you a peñabot too?
      Because it smells like that...

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    9. No que ya te habias ido gueyy?

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    1. I remember going to Michoacan when I was young in the late 80s early 90's and seeing all the narcos in their new trucks sporting big gold chains. There were disputes and killings among themselves but they left the people alone. Narcos were not feared some actually helped out poor people in their communities.

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    2. After they killed El Cabo de Michoacan the war started at first it was just small beefs but eventually things grew out of control. El Chayo managed to bring everyone together and make peace but after his suppose death a little over half the state went to war.

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    3. Chiva Achivarrada, Nobel Peace prize winner, went to era cruz for 40 000.00 dollars for 5 days and sang the prises for javier duarte de ochoa and his democratic government, she had her biography written and shee had someone debunk it, also went to placate the ayotzinapos parents to tell them to vote for another 10 000.00 dollars...
      Who is Rigoberta Menchú? For that reason alone, no peace prize for Obamanos, I mean Dr Mireles...

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  7. They wer better off with la tuta

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    1. 6:47 time to start a campaign for his release, but his full name is "La Puta Tuta"

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  8. Wow, that sums up all the confusion. The reporter did his research and put all the peaces to the puzzle, that's why the fake autodefensas/cjng/viagras are so strong. The government had a Colombian general actually go to michoacan and set the autodefensas up with local drug cartels and government and gave them guns. That goes to show that michoacan is one of the most important plazas if not the most important. No wonder Dr. Mirales is still in prison, he was against the government. Sad to say but the real autodefensas have no chance at all but at least they can protect their communities until the rurales go to attack them. The rurales are basicly viagras in uniforms with the license to kill. Real spit

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  9. DAMN CJNG ARE SOME DOGS

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  10. Excellent job
    Thanks to all
    Yes, Olmos is good AND brave .
    Glad Otis pointed out Cemei Verde too, who is at the helm now I assume

    Yaqui

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    1. He is certainly at the helm of the coastal AD

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  11. Desde Tierra Caliente

    Sólo los tontos, los narcos y gobernación dicen que hay paz aquí. La pregunta que me es por eso no existen los marinas en el puerto de Lázaro Cárdenas para examinar los productos químicos ilegales?

    Criminales con dinero tiene los derechos humanos. Los presos políticos nunca han tenido ningún derecho en la historia de la República. ¡ VIVA MIRELES !

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    1. China owns the port, not the narcos, thearias do as the "presidente" says, because the mexican marinas and the soldiers: SON CULOS VENDEPATRIAS, VENDIDOS Y PAGADOS CON PURO PINCHI MARUCHAN. Lastima de güebos de adorno...

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    2. 9:43 it basicly their port since most of the shipments go to China but it belongs to local cartel. Ct have been selling Chinese minerals, trees and much more in exchange for the main ingredient to cook crystal meth. Cjng has been wanting that port for years, who knows if mencho found a way to Lazaro Cardenas with these fake Auto defenzas.

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  12. Those fuerzos rurales look ridiculosos.

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  13. The people extorting in Michoacán a few years ago were NOT Caballeros Templarios. They were outsiders including but not limited to Salvadorians, jalisciences, colimenses, & hondurans who said they were CT to scare the people into giving them money. Some of them were cjng members heating up the plazas. I'm not defending the CT but it's the truth. CT didn't have to extort, they trafficked crystal meth, heroin, cocaine & small amounts of marijuana. I know this because I was a CT associate.

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    1. 5:20 is right, a lot of crimes blamed on CT were not their doing, it was government propaganda as usual, just as their sending the military accompanying the AD on their campaigns "just in case" until they took off the mask and returned to kicking the people on the ass.

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    2. its true ct wasnt doing that that was another cartel heating up the plaza its b.s

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    1. 9:50 el chapo, como cualquier ser humano, también hace del 2 Peeero en el bote, lo graban hasta cuando no esta haciendo nada mas que pelandose...

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  15. sure ct just let all those groups operate u cheerleader

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  16. Well at least it will be order in michoacan, one cartel controlling it instead of 3 or four killing each other and making it dangerous for the people there.

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    1. 9:02 si un cartel, el pinchi pri, aliado con el prd y el pan.

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  17. Damn, that's terrible. Poor Michoacanos.

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  18. Who are los cialis with?

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  19. i love michoacan all love from sinaloa to michoacan

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