Tuesday, July 2, 2019

"CJNG" replaces Sinaloa Cartel as the largest cartel in Mexico"

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat Material: Animal Politico/Notimex. Notimex Map from LeChef
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With a presence in 22 of the 32 states, the Jalisco Cartel New Generation  ( CJNG ) is emerging as  the fastest growing criminal organization in Mexico.

In less than a decade, CJNG has become one of the most violent and prolific DTO’s in the world.

In 2018, the U.S. Department of Justice designated CJNG as one of the  five most dangerous transnational criminal groups in the world.

The key to its rapid advancement is strategic placement of operators in the southwest Border of the U.S. such as adjacent to Tijuana, and on the U.S. northern border adjacent to Vancouver Canada.

CJNG also has control in specific areas of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.

Sinaloa Cartel is designated as the fastest growing on the international level. In Mexico it operates along the Pacific Coast.

For its part, the Sinaloa Cartel is listed by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) as the fastest growing Mexican criminal organization at the international level; in Mexico, it operates along the Pacific coast.

69 comments:

  1. Here come the cjng nut huggers saying cds is dying

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  2. Oh sheez...release the comment kraken!

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  3. sicario006 so is your tom clancy delta group going to wipe them out??

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  4. Wow bigger than sinaloa n tetaz?

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  5. CDS is an international corporation. Its on a different level . Its stock is worth more than Google. Its like the Amazon of la merca. Todo Mexico es CDS !!! De que se murieron los quemados .animo sicarios

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    1. CJNG is like Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Class A stock

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    2. Animo sicarios

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    3. Sicario006 for president.

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    4. I cant take cjng seriously when they hardly dabble in anything but glass....

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    5. 1:51 your new to this site I see

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  6. Thanks Chivis. 006 u slipping brus they take ya spots

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  7. According to that map they claim they have Chihuahua? Lmao. The entire caravan would disappear entering Cuauhtémoc.

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    1. You need to brush up in reading comprehension. start with th first line.

      that is not what is stated in the report. it states in red that there is a presence and they are active. in the case of chih it is through limited alliances/agreements going back 2 years

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    2. lol this map is rubbish...just because they have one idiot in a plaza doesnt mean they have a presence there. These maps never make sense.

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    3. you have to study the data to understand not just look at the image

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    4. The zetas did it before and they did it better, the same problem the CJNG has is they have become an army of maruchaneros and car washers killing other people for a conrner store selling pumpkin seeds or handmade tortillas by the dozen if they don't pay protection, piso or plasa fees. Just no class anywhere there.

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  8. Mexico has become an absolute joke.

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    1. The U.S. with all them drug users is becoming stupider as evidenced by a current Presidents election there.

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    2. And the USA just lets them get away with it. Mexico and it’s cartels should be treated like Iraq and it’s terrorists. It’s time for USA to stop the Mexican government for enabling and promoting and assisting in mass drug trafficking and mass murder and corruption.

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    3. Just like America. Go trump

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    4. Does cursing the country make it better?. I mean, at what point must the problem be looked at differently in order to tackle it properly. - Sol Prendido

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    5. Love Thy Neighbor my friend, it may get you farther in life.

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    6. Sol, it is what it is. I never curse Mexico, hell I never curse the US. I’m from Canada and 99% of people in Canada have no clue what is going on in Mexico. Not a clue. In my eyes and from what I’ve read the only way things will change is if they leave the kingpins alone and take the military off the streets. It may take 10,15 maybe 20 years but that could improve the situation. Corruption will always play a role in Mexico but giving the DTO’s free reign in combating the cells of old cartels that extort, kidnap, and basically do whatever they want is what needs fixed.

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    7. Whichever cartels have the most power should do something like what la eme did for drive by shootings in la....
      No more kidnappings, extortion, no killing/hurting any innocents- etc- and if you do, you and whoever helped you ends up in a barrel of acid

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    8. 7:14 219 years of love and friendship with the US,
      has not done much for Mexico or second class illegal undesirable Mexicans.

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  9. Cjng are cockroaches they recruit children and kill infants

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    1. It shows how clueless you truly are.

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    2. @10:55 still better than being a bunch of rat snitches, and don’t act like CDS is all innocent.’ bunch of TADDLE TALE RAT BASTARDS. cds is DONE! deal w it

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    3. 10:10 Get Real, SNITCHING is a big business and an obligation if you don't want to be left behind in the dust heap of history.
      Compare El Chapo, or worse, El Mochomo, with Baruch Verga spending his days happily unbothered in Maui with million sof dollars and business opportunities so close to the sea, I am sure Mark Sucker erg lives there for the same reasons, his company was initially financed by Russian Goombas who trade in information at first, then in disinformation which has more wider horizons and much higher skyes with proper manipulation...
      --narcos should get with the times instead of doing time...

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    4. 10:10 nomas porque se fue el papa de los Pollitos
      doesn't mean the Pollitos have never grown up.
      He had went gone before, and "nothing changed"... LOL...

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  10. thoughts Sicario 006?

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    1. Sorry today is laundry day at the landromat.

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  11. The Mexican presidents and government is responsible for this. They support the cartels in every way you can imagine. Because to them, money&power is more important than the future of Mexico and doing what is morally right.

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    1. 1:16 the Litempo Presidents of Mexico passed the ball to all the next presidents; now AMLO is trying to be his own man.
      --But WHO CREATED THE LITEMPO PRESIDENTS?
      A: US envoy "Win Scott, Our Man In Mexico" try and read the Book, it is no Bible, but will educate you

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  12. Zetas had presence in most states too, but then they try to gun themselves in everywhere and now they are only in a few places and broke. CJNG is doing the same exact same thing doing extortions, kidnapping, human trafficking, separate in fractions. CDS has kept a low profile and giving all the heat to mencho, now he’s hiding in the mountains. You don’t need to burn Mexico down to control it.

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    1. they sure did---and then the infighting became so severe they had to split, causing an organizational restructure. zetas are not as week as people think.

      A split in cjng would very much weaken them--but they are structured with a lot of family in high positions.

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    2. Families split up...el 85 is Menchos enemy now. Mencho brought too much heat to Los Cuinis.

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    3. This is just propaganda for the US intelligence agencies to go after Jaiszkos and it's going to work. Most CDS/CDP factions stay focused on the real task, some stray off and are put in line. This map is covered in holes but who cares. Let the heat be on them ratas... Btw, the perros Zetas are around and making a come back. This come back is in line with a few other agreements between the government and other families within Sinaloa. The Pacific coast is fully back in the rightful hands of El Senor M. Agreements have been made. CJNG is pushing hard on the Gulf, Micho, Vera, Guana,pretty much every place that the GN (national guard) not Gente Nueve are being deployed. CJNG will be split over this administration with EEUU backing. At the end of the day, high families in CJNG, SINALOA, Micho,etc will fall back to the old school way of doing things. That is the agreement and objective here. All this violence and petty kidnappings to stop. ūüíĮ Back to old school amigos

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    4. Michael its ok if you underestimate CJNG. Afterall chapa and mayo made the same mistake. And I don't think you are smarter than mayo about this.

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    5. 7:26 did you get the opinion of the rabble?
      Because it looks like they are not ready to give up, they haven't got anything from all the dealing but put the carcasses of friends and foes in the accounting.

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    6. Its Hilarious that people talk like they were present during these "agreements" and "talks".

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  13. 8:53 there was a gigantic multitude of persons celebrating one year of the AMLO winning the 2018 election. Even some protestors participated, and nobody threatened them or their protestas.
    It is easy to say, YOU ARE A JOKE.

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    1. 12:06 Nice joke you played on "the JOKE"
      --it is ridiculous how many pendejo whatsumara wannabes keep deploying fake news and sub-intelligence they or their congenerate Monkeys Chayoteros and Perros Fifi dig out of their inmense crap reserves.
      5.5 YEARS TO GO WITH AMLO, Perros!

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  14. The Sinaloa Cartel operates at a scale four times all the other cartels combined within the United States. Free trade has created monopolies, both “legal” and “illegal”.

    Look at DEA transnational criminal organizations maps on line in their public reports. The joke is on us.

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  15. 8:53 when the US finances the Mexican war ON drugs, the beneficiaries in the Mexican military was supposed to invest their share wisely, for a rainy day, and they invested in stealing the drug trafficking business, in cahoots with Colombians and any able bodied underling that does not want to be assassinated without their daily maruchan. Coffee growers imported from Culombia are eager participants.

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  16. People put down the pom poms and learn to read. it does not say CONTROL

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    1. Chivis, in your opinion which DTO has the biggest power in Mexico at this time? Are they evenly powerful based on their respective areas?

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    2. I had a long answer but it went 'poof' the short answer is Sinaloa

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    3. Chivis, is CJNG moving up fast on their heels or do you think they will go the route of Los Zetas and LFM, that had meteoric rises but then fell hard. From the outside looking in, CJNG appears to be very diversified and are moving into legit business, which set the way for longevity.

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    4. It depend on if they stay as a cohesive unit with family heading the group.

      zetas had too much infighting which weakened them, then the one two punch was when their successful top leaders were killed or imprisoned.

      when Z's became very strong with pacific side advances i thought they should have tried to strike an agreement with sinaloa to in essence divide territory. then no one could touch either of them.

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  17. This baby killer cartel is trying to succeed in controlling all states, not much action by government, military will be made, will be there to impede the growing problem, since they have bought out officials to work in cahoots, when blood money is given, they look the other way
    Luna Apagtha

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  18. CJNG not as dangerous as Sinaloa and Zetas

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  19. The real question is which cartel controls the various state governments and military units. I would like to see a chart of that.

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  20. Esos muchachos de valor (CJNG) limpiando los terrenos de Mexico para que la gente inocente viva tranquila.

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  21. CJNG is the worst cartel in Mexico and also the fastest growing. Sad. You'd think most Mexicans would want to fight them. Not join.

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  22. I'm actually in Cancun atm I'm a pretty young guy so I went to the party zone Coco bongo Mandala senior frogs ect. Long story short I was offered drugs everywhere by everyone. One guy was dealing right in front of 2 cops. All of Mandala's staff offered drugs I was wondering who was running this place.

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    1. 6:49 the most powerful cartel these days is the Guarida Nazional
      AMLO promises it will not fail the Mexicans but it is full of former melitary and corrupt polesia judicial federal and estatal bent on kicking local municipales out of the picture,
      --There are also about 50 000 private security guards working for the government protesting over the loss of jobs because they are about to get kicked out and will not be able to have that income, they will now be exclusively kidnappers for ransom, arsonists, killers and drug traffickers risking their own nachas and fighting their own owned criminals for turf all over the place. Or be real security guards but finding someone to pay will be a challenge, the government of AMLO rescinds "Protection Contracts" with their Rackets of mafioso cops.

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    2. 4:10 if you keep going and don't buy something,
      you may end up encobijado, por pendejo.
      You may have them wondering who the hell you buying from,
      because it is 100% chances you are a pinche drogadicto and you got it coming.

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  23. I'm in Cancun right now.. Most of the drugs being offered comes from CDS what I am being told. I live in the U.S so I am just an outsider. I am just amused how the cartels run it like a fortune 500 company. Guess the sad part about it is the innocent killings. I love Mexico! The lifestyle and the heritage is easy to adapt.

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    1. 5:50 you come to Mexico with money everything gets easy,
      but if you don't have the centavos you get nabbed and nailed.

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  24. Many young boys leave home early and have to make a Choose. Join the police, military or a cartel. I can not criticize them for this because what other chooses have they got. We truly love the Mexican people and have always been treated excellent in their country. They never forget who you are and we can not wait to get back to our Mexican friends next year.

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  25. What ever happened to the chapo snitched guy? Lmao

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  26. Cds keeps taking cds plazas like candy from a baby
    #chapo snitched

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    1. That's lame

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    2. Well cjng is known for the ruthlessness of their sicarios, even some cds sicarios switched to work with cjng

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  27. Cjng keeps taking cds plazas like candy from a baby
    #chapo snitched

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    1. 2:46 yeah, keep taking plasas,
      en la pinche carcel en Mexico y EE UU.
      Some even become the jail bitch.
      Others become the Bull Dyke.

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  28. Se me antoja una caguama bien helada pa la calors

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