Sunday, November 24, 2019

CJNG ambushes police and explodes CAR-Bomb in Colombia-kills 3 injures 7

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TY Gus Notinfomex

Colombia.- Three dead and seven wounded police left an orchestrated attack, apparently, by Mexican nacrotraffickers in the police station of the municipality of Santander de Quilichao, Cauca, Colombia.

“At approximately 9:10 at night there was an explosive impact against the Police station of the municipality of Santander.

The report is three dead policemen and seven injured police officers,”Cauca Government Secretary Jaime Asprilla told reporters.

Although the attack occurred at a time of strong mobilizations against the economic-social policy of President Iván Duque, according to reports, this attack was orchestrated by narcos.

The country
It should be noted that the department of Cauca lives immersed in a cycle of violence caused by territorial disputes of different groups outside the law as dissidents of the dissolved guerrilla of the FARC, the guerrilla of the National Liberation Army (ELN) and Mexican cartels.

“Fiestas” of the CJNG in Bogotá

It should be noted that on November 14 it was revealed that a clandestine meeting between members of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG) was held in Colombian lands.

This was apparently to define new routes in the transfer of cocaine from Latin America to the United States.


21 comments:

  1. If this isn't terrorism I dont know what is

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    1. It is not! Terrorism is only that which has no criminal motivation. Examples of terrorism are when civilians fight a foreign power who has invaded their country, or when a foreign power keeps a dictator in place by means of military and economic support.

      An example of the first is when the US invaded Iraq and civilians fought back.
      An example of the second is Saudi Arabia murderous regime which is being fought by civilians in the underground.

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    2. 210 obviously relishes anarchy and chaos, plays semantics, and enjoys freedom of speech afforded by a country that protects such, and allows me to say - GTFOH.

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    3. that’s BS, but nevertheless they are criminals and not terrorists. Americans are much easier to play if you talk about terrorism.

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    4. This will most certainly be seen by the US as terrorism. Common sense would be to not use any type of bomb, to not shoot helicopters down etc, etc. These are the events that will bring the US into the arena. Trust and believe, when the US feels the need, they will land their Blackhawks at the doorstep of mencho.

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    5. Exactly! 100% THE TRUTH! @2:10PM

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    6. 2:10 p.m., you have an interesting definition of terrorism. Where did you get it?

      I'd like to take a look at your first example of a terrorism definition.

      "Examples of terrorism are when civilians fight a foreign power who has invaded their country..."

      This has me thinking. The Colombian police fit the parameters of civilians, and the CJNG originating in Mexico, fit the parameters of a foreign power. According to the example you provided, this is an act of terrorism.

      You can also choose to go with one of the already established definitions of terrorism. The United Nations has the following description of terrorism.

      "Criminal acts intended or calculated to provoke a state of terror in the general public, a group of persons or particular persons for political purposes are in any circumstance unjustifiable, whatever the considerations of a political, philosophical, ideological, racial, ethnic, religious or any other nature that may be invoked to justify them."

      I can provide other accepted definitions, if you'd like.

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    7. @2:10PM It's not that easy. First of all what does "criminal motivation" mean? You probably wanted to say that terrorists have political/social motivation compared to "pure" criminal groups. But actually the distinction between terrorism and "normal criminality" is not that clear. Take ISIS, they are terrorists, but they are also heavily active in various illegal activities and fight for power. Or take FARC, they officially fight for a political cause, but actually they are trafficking drugs. The Mexican Cartels, they don't have an apparent political or social motivation, but they definitely want to conquer territory through the use of force and violence. I wouldn't look at the motivation of these groups, but at the action.

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  2. Is it really CJNG Colombia haven't said so

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  3. Wow and you add that CJNG did it... how lame..any proof of more bs from this super elite cartel that's taking over the world? 🤣

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    1. It was because these lames were talking shit about Michoacanos.

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    2. 11:29 They're all Michoacanos, Mencho himself is from Michoacan, a toda la plebada tapatia le da verguenza el CJNG, que se cambien el nombre.

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    3. Fuck los plebes (sinaloenses) and tapatios lack heuvos that’s why Jalisco is always controlled by someone not from that state.

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  4. Who said CJNG did this?Colombia has its own rats who really are terroristas and insurgents,i hope all these peoples human rights are observed(sarcasm)before it sails over some morons heads..
    WHY WE HATE BABY..cause its part of the DNA of us males

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    1. Chivis—This seems like a historic attack, if CJNG were indeed the perpetrators. Has a Mexican DTO ever carried out an attack on authorities in South America like this before?

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  5. If CJNG had anything to due with it I'm guessing their Colombian associates had a heavy hand on the hole matter.. eLxBarrett

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  6. Colombians trying to draw attention away from themselves.

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  7. I hear the word terrorism thrown around very often here in the USA but no one addresses the 20 to 40 year old white males that have been going on shooting rampages killing innocent civilians here in America for the last ten years. Why aren't they considered terrorists? I'm more worried about a redneck trump supporter shopping at Walmart with a concealed hand gun (legally obtained) than I am worried about a turban rocking Muslim any day just saying. And I live in Texas I have also seen first hand when cartel sicarrios pick up non debt paying american drug traffickers and make them dissapear. Just saying evil is evil no mater what name you put on it.

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    1. Unknown, I've already addressed the "white male mass shooter" issue in a recent post. I'll provide the link to the post below if you'd like to review it.

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2019/11/cdn-sicario-sentenced-to-death-in.html#comment-form

      For what it's worth, I agree with you 100% when you state that evil is evil. The mass shooters and their actions in the United States and the rest of the world are evil, just like the cartels and their actions are evil. It doesn't matter what label or title they're given. I believe that what the U.S. Government is attempting to do with the terrorist designation is the initiation of more extreme measures to deal with cartels that Obrador is not willing to consider. Obrador's long-term policies to reduce poverty may eventually have an effect, but that doesn't do a damn thing for the theft, injury, and murder that will happen tomorrow, next week, or next month.
      As far as you being worried about "redneck trump supporters" and their legally obtained handguns, I'm hoping that you're not stereotyping ALL legal concealed carriers. There have been many documented cases of citizens with concealed firearms stopping aggressors before they cause injury or death. If American drug traffickers get "disappeared" by the cartels for making bad choices, that's on them.

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