Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Ed Calderon, Former Mexican Cop, On Joe Rogan Podcast

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Former Mexican Police Officer and current Security Specialist Ed Calderon returns on the immensely popular Joe Rogan Experience to talk about recent events in Mexico, including the Lebaron Family Massacre and the Battle of Culiacan. Enjoy! 

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  1. This is the second time he’s been on

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  2. Chivis and Buggs should be on this Podcast ASAP!!! I'm going to send an email to Joe Rogan about it. Would you do it Chivis ????

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    1. That would be awesome but too dangerous. They would be in danger showing there face on a podcast that has millions of subscribers not a good idea unfortunately. Or maybe with a ski mask on idk I don’t see that happening though.

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    2. Bro, that would be tight man! They could dish out some good shit dude!

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  3. Great interview. Amlo should watch this.

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  4. Good ol buddy Ed, great guy, he gives seminars and classes on how to escape if youre in a bad situation. Also does Taco tours in Tijuana. This is the second interview, first one is also good.

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  5. I saw his first appearance on this podcast great insight can't wait to watch this one. Wonder if sicario006 ever feels guilty for cheerleading all the misfortune trash that plagues mexico

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  6. Would love for him to invite Anabel Hernandez to his podcast and for you ( Chivis) to also do a podcast or at least a short series. Thank you for all the hard work and passion yall dedicate to this blog.

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  7. First interview was great 👍🏼

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  8. One thing that I didn't really see them touch on, is the fact that they were so willing to stand up and fight against the government for Chapo's son, but no one stood up and fought back when they went in and got Chapo. Not to mention that, they spent so much money over the course of 30-40 years combating marijuana trafficking. And it got them nowhere. Huge bulky loads of marijuana being smuggled over the Border. It was a lost battle. Now they are sending billions of dollars of heroin and Fentanyl over the border that takes up no space to smuggle. This is a lost War. You could wipe out every cartel in Mexico and it would not curb the problem. One of the big problems in Mexico is, the covert operations that governments are running using covert funds, from things like fentanyl heroin, not to mention Colombian cocaine. This doesn't have anything to do with Mormons or the Mormons being murdered. It has brought attention to a problem that has long existed. But that attention is always been there and everyone know it's going on. As long as it's feeding the US market, no one gives a damn. Everything is smoke and mirrors.

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    1. "But no one stood up and fought back when they went in and got Chapo."

      They didn't have a chance to. The Chapo raid happened quickly and initially they didn't know he had been captured as he initially escaped the safe house via a tunnel. It also didn't occur in the middle of Culiacán. Completely different situation.

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  9. Guy gives absolutely NO advice on how to handle getting stopped by cartel roadblocks.. you just dont know what they'll do.

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    1. What advice is he going to give? If you get stopped by a cartel roadblock there is really only one thing to do. Be respectful, give them whatever they ask for (a toll... your truck...) and hope they don't kidnap you or worse. That really is all you can do.

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    2. He says, "Don't go in those areas"

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    3. You have to take one of his cla$$es/$eminar$ for that kind of advice.

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    4. Maybe is cause he wants you to take his class to learn the tricks of the trade

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  10. I guess he's never going back home. Ballsy

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  11. His last podcast was really interesting.

    Really looking forward to hear his thoughts on the October 17 Culiacan shootings.

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  12. Up next on the Joe Rogan experience. Sol and Chivis.... Comon... You can't go on the show and hide your identity?

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  13. Just watched the full podcast. Really interesting.

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  14. I love the attention that Joe gives to Mexico... But he still is only scraping the surface.... Not one mention of a dismemberment or beheading.... Need someone in there can can get into the details. :-)

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  15. Obviously this guy reads too much borderland beat 😂 all that info he knows he got it from here. And I noticed he reads the comments also 😒 talking about Ovidio had a gun. It was a cell phone 📱

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    1. Dude this guy doesn't know anything anymore. He's saying federal agents just so happened to come across ovido. I thought it was a planned raid by special ops?

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    2. Lmfao @10:54 , @7:35 😂 I agree with both of you fully.

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  16. Lol what a coincidence, I was just watching the same thing on YouTube 2 mins ago. Good bb, keep up the good work

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  17. The entire situation is about Drugs and the Mormon group in Northern Mexico trafficking Drugs into the United States. The Mormon group has long been on the radar of US DEA, They are by no means as innocent group that has dual citizenship.

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  18. Chivis,

    Ed talks and gives his opinion of the largest Lithium reserve in Mexico, what do you think about the Lithium in Mexico that is the largest reserve in the world? In your opinion, how will this affect and effect Mexico in that region. How will this affect and effect the other players that will be involved?

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  19. Joe, your bad language adds nothing to your pod cast. Why do you use it? Makes you sound really uneducated.

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    1. Joe is a lame i keep telling people but they always vouch for that pot head mamon

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  20. Thank You BB! I really enjoyed this and learned from it. I want to hang out with Ed, eat a pizza or two and drinks some Modelos.

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    1. Steve d make a book about the AFO! Would be so good. Very interesting era.

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    2. I hope they contract him to write a bit of the script surrounding los Arellano Felix brothers for the upcoming seasons of narcos Mexico. He knows his stuff and lived through it.
      -SD

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  21. After viewing the entire podcast I took it down from our twitter feed. Too many huge errors of fact and speculations were not identified as such. :( mata zetas, los zetas, autodefensas etc etc etc...I wonder if someone checked this guy out? where did he work? how long? what capacity? and so forth. For me it was disappointing.

    Are other podcasts from Rogan like this?

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    1. Exactly, agreed, Autodefensas working for China? Iron ore? He saw that La Tuta interview from YouTube. Tuta says the Chinese buy iron ore from him. Why would the Autodefensas be working for CHina dude. Joe Rogan credibility is 50/50 on anything outside of California or MMA.

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    2. A good interview is that bodybuilder that gets kidnapped and escapes... Not Joe Rogan and some buddy from San Diego. I was trying to read what his shirt says?

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    3. Joe doesn't know any better. That is why we need some BB personalities to go in the show.

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    4. I see your point Chivis babe... But tell me where else the drug problem gets 2-3 hours of coverage with millions of people? :-)

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    5. What were the biggest mistakes you to noticed in the podcast Chivis?

      I thought armed intervention within 5-years comment was a bit of a stretch.

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    6. I’m glad you said this I was thinking the same in my head lol

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    7. Chivis..exactly how I felt about his 1st interview.It sounds like he is just explaining Stories he probably read,or seen on TV..i say that because that's how I explain situations to people that never come on these sites,or watch real mexican news.It doesn't sound like he has REAL 1st hand knowledge of any of that.

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    8. It was pretty bad. Inaccurate. Incomplete. This is not about Rogan, I have seen one other of his podcasts and it was excellent, his interview with Grillo.

      But---Oh Boy, have to keep it real. People can judge for themselves but I feel better giving my dos centavos.

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    9. Matazetas for one, it was CJNG who technically worked as enforcers for sinaloa but were not cds they were and always were cjng. In fact when chapo discovered the people in Boca del Rio were innocents that fractured the relationship between cjng and cds.

      michoacan AD, it was all about the Chinese? WTF? I almost fell out of my chair. he was confusionismo AD groups.

      his characterization of zetas

      the arrest of ovidio

      etc etc etc

      the most outlandish thing he said was a dangerous prediction of "Boots on the ground in 5 years" this gives fodder to the far far right wing nutjobs who think the solution to mexico is to destroy the country. Look I am a conservative. I am talking the fanatical, uncompromising, far-out, extremists, which are found in all political parties. Go to Breitbart and click on a post of Mexican cartels and read the racist comments. I am talking about those people.

      I would still like to see this guys vetting. I want to see his background. and check it out as much as possible. I feel I should email Rogan. Grillo can vouch for me if he doesn't know who I am.

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    10. Thank you chivis!!!! I knew this guy was full if it. All biast speculation

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    11. Alejandro Hope, formerly of CISEN, (DFS), Ed Calderon, julian leyzaola, genarco garcia luna, Luis cardenas palomino, jesus alberto capella, enrique Francisco galindo ceballos among other incompetent, or corrupt or both cops...

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  22. For those who read bb regularly or have studied the drug war in Mexico, it is disappointing that the level of insight given in both podcast appearances was pretty surface level. Unless you are fairly unaware and new to the issues, he didn’t even provide the level of insight gleaned from doing your own reading online. What is very interesting is when a sicario or higher member gives an interview. The former cdg guy that was written about on bb fairly recently, and laid out the happenings of the cdg split between metros and the other factions was very good.
    Finesse

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  23. rogan needs to know about this site

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  24. Chivis the guy is legit, confirmed police officer in Tijuana check out his Instagram. He actually goes to Mexico and talks to the people and his contacts, he is not talking out of his ass.

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    1. He remains wrong. and dangerous in some of his implications.
      I am saying when was he a police? for how long? a municipal police in mexico is NADA, and 100 percent in collusion with cartels in every border plaza--my pint is what is the explanation for his inaccuracies?

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    2. Ed fue Pepo y anduvo con Leyzaola

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    3. 4:28 polesia estatal preventiva, PEP, officers get called PEPOS and are governors' own private death squads all over Mexico.
      --What does Mister Ed have to say about Leyzaola's crimes and human rights abuses?

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    4. No se wey pregúntale por el insta. sea lo que sea cuando anduvo el teniente Leyzaola la tía se tranquilizó, pa mi que haz de tener parientes que fueron poli mañocipal allí es donde más quejas le llovían a Julián .

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  25. But why does Ed lose his accent when pronouncing Spanish words?

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  26. You are correct. Very noticeable. Some he gets "ok" but most is typical of English first language speakers

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    1. Hey chivis i suspect this guy is a fraud. What do you think?

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  27. Ed likes to scare white people .

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  28. Ewe 😞 this guy is a phony, can we get someone on here that knows how to spot a liar? Like a homicide detective, a criminal psychologist? What is he talking about? He sounds like he’s fascinated with crime in Mexico and this interview is based on the interwebs here say. . . So awkward watching him interview. He doesn’t even speak proper Spanish bro 😒 he must work for Vice 😂

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