Friday, August 30, 2019

Michoacan: The spirit of Mad Max lives in Mexico


Tepalcatepec, Michoacán - It seems the era of Mad Max has officially arrived upon the Mexican Republic for some time now. What Hollywood produces as mindless entertainment for the world has now become an actual reality for the the citizens of Michoacán. Armed civilians have taken to making crude armor plated war machines for their battle against rivals. Whatever it takes to win those battles are being used and employed in the ongoing narco war for supremacy between opposing groups. 

Video translation is as follows:
Male #1: There goes the armor plated vehicle. The armor plated vehicle is passing by.  Son of a fucking bitch! Look at the armor plated vehicle. Holy fuck. Look Chilin!
Male #2: Well, they’re gonna have to battle it out for surely. 
Male #3 : Damn! What a crazy monstrosity of a vehicle. 

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat 

40 comments:

  1. Who is fighting or controls that part of Michoacán?

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    1. Cjng just lost this town....El abuelo controls it who was former allied of cjng

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  2. No ac unit. That’s why they have the doors open as they drive about. Windows obviously don’t go down. And looks like that back top is also down because of how hot it is inside. A quick flash or concussion grenade might kill everyone inside. That bang is going to echo. Even them firing from inside that tank is going to leave everyone deaf lmao. But they are going to war. The city should put up cameras to learn how the cartels work. Not that the government hasn’t just given the green light to CJNG to invade El Abuelo and company. I bet you if this really does pop off there’s gonna be a lot of dead office having government officials too.

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  3. Cuando ves a la policía en la calle, está en convoy. La estación Federal de Policia, un poco al norte de Lázaro, tiene una barrera de 300 mm de vías soldadas de ferrocarril mexicano como protección.

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  4. Lmaoo @ their reaction

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  5. I don't see a guy tied up playing guitar

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  6. Do they ever put run-flat tires on these things? I can’t tell you how many pictures I’ve seen of “monsters” left at the scene of battle because the tires were shot out. Without run-flats, they’re just building very secure death traps.

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  7. The guy on the scooter doesn't stand a chance.

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    1. That cracked me up seeing the beat up pickup truck and the moped just following behind like it's just another day.

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    2. BRUUUHHHHH!! That shit looks hella funny and out of place!! Hahahhahahahshs

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  8. Twitter showing multiple videos of shoot out and possible grenades being used in #tepalcatepec this morning

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  9. He said: there goes chilin.
    The other guy responds: well he needs to battle it out now.

    -Michoacáno

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    1. In Michoacan: 30 men enter, no man leaves.

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    2. 8:58 aay guey! Pura mariposona,
      se ha de poner chingona la Cosa.

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  11. Check out this video, another angle of the "tank": https://twitter.com/manolovl/status/1167518787572125696

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  12. DRONES with HELLFIRE MISSILES would solve this problem. Not trying to sound like 006 here but seriously....That is a surefire way to stop this nonsense. If a nonmilitary or police vehicle is rolling around with mounted .50 machine guns they should be considered TERRORISTS. If they have 5 guys in the bed with AK47s...TERRORISTS. If theyve converted an armored truck into a narco tank...TERRORISTS.

    Im 100% certain Trump would supply 100 drones for this effort with full support.

    And what is collateral damage compared to the damage being done to civilians by this insanity. Time for Mexico to get tough on these guys.

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  13. This one looks like a taco truck jajaja

    https://www.insightcrime.org/news/brief/narco-tank-intimidation-tactic-mexico/

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  14. mejor que las carcanchas de los zetas

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  15. There's going to be many dead in michoacan these few months to come

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  16. Time for Mexico to bring in the tanks light em up.

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  17. Tepalcatepec has always been hard to enter by any outside cartel, that makes me wonder how much power cjng has in there, im pretty sure they wouldnt enter if they knew they had no chance, these was the plan from the begining to infiltrate as a comrade of el abuelo and when the time came take it away from him, mecho is a smart son of a gun in the narco world

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  18. Puro Pinche Pedo,
    crooked ass Wannabes shooting around weapons to force the government to come and protect them from La Mencha and Co.
    Very funny that ther were no wounded and much less killed in this topon.

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  19. A bunch of sick dogs marking "their territory" fack'em.

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  20. Tepeke defeated Cjng today el Pueblo de tepeke se la pelaron jaliskillos puro Michoacán

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  21. At least Michoacan will shoot at CJNG, the townspeople had enough, they know the government does nothing, therefore it's a great step towards fighting the baby killer cartel.
    Michoacan Pura vida

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  22. Michoacan people are arming themselves, they don't want the baby killer cartel, to take over, enough is enough, government can't do a bit to protect it's people. Glad we have experienced snipers to take them down.

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  23. Bunch of idiots like I said they drove right down the middle of the road to town and got ambushed. I would have taken tepeke in a few days if not in 1. The main attack should have came from the west or the east not the north. That front should have been a diversion and exchange fire to draw their defenses. The main force would have smashed El Abuelos forces. They also were hit from the back abuelo had pick up trucks hidden in the dirt roads behind them classic lay and prey technique. Mencho has pure retards leading this faction. Those guys weren't even wearing proper attire. Their are other tactics I can think of that are easily achievable.

    As for Abuelo and his forces I would consider reinforcing his flanks because next time Mencho isn't going to send retards he may pull back the guys he has in Guanajuato that are ex military or bring some guys from Colima that are also ex military.

    As of now El Mencho should consider El Sargy an enemy he is the one that is managing the information and sent Tepaltepec the memo. El Abuelo had military personal and federal forces that arrived with El Sargy 2 days ago in Tepaltepec dress in civilian clothing.

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    1. Is el sargy neutral in all this?

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    2. 1:20 PM You tell me? He has his interests. From what I have seen he sorta feels guilty with what he helped create in Michaocan. His specialty is information management he ran many of the Michoacan libre de pages. Where they would upload photos of the Templarios at the time. The first ones were ran by a girl named Cecilia Velencia from his own words but he was the one that really structured the digital weapon that played a large part in the downfall of the templarios.

      He went from avoiding the Viagras and burning El Abuel, Chanda, Cenizo, Migueladas, the couple templarios that remained to eventaully burning the Viagras with almost complete information on their leadership structure.

      The bullet holes on the vehicles in the back lead me to believe that in the ambush where CJNG got their ass handed to them their were trained military personal in the area. Look at the vehicles in the back.

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  24. You think Michoacanos, will just sit back and get slaughtered, nope I'm Dual passport Mexico/USA our group has training on small arms and high caliber. We will remain low profile, but get rid of the cancer that wants to take over. Mencho and his roaches won't win this one.

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    1. Arriba Michoacan!

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    2. Orale, we got the michoacan version of sicario 006 😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣

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    3. Good prediction Mr. 10:44 many baby cartel members have been killed in a convoy, that was headed into Michoacan. Furthermore that came with no help from the government. The cartel feels untouchable.
      Mexico-Observer

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    4. Bad News, La Mencha is from Michuakan,
      and he refuses to forget or to forgive, or as Jaliska governor Enrique Alfaro says " Ni Perdon Ni Olvido", they have been partners for a long time, my guess is since Nacho Coronel still rode around in La Mencha Squad Car until Alfaro got made governor.

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  25. "Forget it Jake, it's Chinatown." (quote from the movie)

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  26. Great to see this state of Mexico is taking action...the special trucks outfitted for war with Menchos cartel are a big plus. I have read so many articles on BB how other towns and cities, let themselves get killed.

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