Sunday, April 19, 2020

CDS Transforms Venezuelan Pueblo into Cartel Bastion

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae
The Sinaloa Cartel and its power in San Felipe: the Venezuelan town that has become its criminal stronghold; The population near Colombia looks like an extension of the Sierra Sinaloa where ''El Mayo Zambada" operates, with clandestine airstrips and commandos that circulate with narco-runs at full volume.

Machiques de Perijá , a Venezuelan municipality devastated by violence and a key piece for international drug trafficking, is now the refuge of the bloody Sinaloa Cartel, which operates under the complacent gaze of dictator Nicolás Maduro , according to the vice president of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Juan Pablo Guanipa.

The region located 872 kilometers from the capital of Caracas, Venezuela and 876 kilometers from Colombia, reconfirms the ties of the Mexican cartels with South America.


The Insight Crime Foundation described the community of San Felipe, in Machiques de Perijá (Zulia), as one of the routes most coveted by the drug traffickers of Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada , in addition to projecting itself as the new drug trafficking platform to the United States. 

The impact of the presence of the Sinaloa Cartel has reached such a point that the town of San Felipe was renamed with the name of one of the most important bastions of drug traffickers in Mexico: "Sinaloa".

According to the site specialized in national security, the drug lords have changed the daily life of the area with the proliferation of luxurious trucks, parties with narco-corrido music, prostitution and other series of eccentricities.
        Everyday life in Machiques de Perijá has been penetrated by the Mafia of the Sinaloa Cartel

In Machiques de Perijá, in recent times, violence has worsened as never before. The inhabitants who are forced to adapt rudimentary runways, which serve for the landing and departures of drug-loaded aircraft.

The Mexican criminal organization has quickly become an important actor in Venezuelan territory. Here one can get an idea of ​​the penetration of the predatory mafia in Venezuela, where at least seven airstrips for drug trafficking planes were detected.

In July 2019, Infobae America  documented that the residents suffer not only from organized crime attacks, but also extortion from the authorities, who threaten to put them in jail if they do not pay them for allowing them to build the tracks.

The data and calculations available to the working class in Zulia show that the state has nearly 400 runways for the landing and departure of narco-planes bound for the Caribbean and Central American Islands , which the Mexicans have adapted with the support of the Liberation Army National (ELN).
The constant flow of Colombian cocaine and the silence of the Venezuelan authorities have made Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada and the Sinaloan cartel feel protected in the South American region. 

To land or take off from the runways of Machiques de Perijá, Zulia , the emissaries of the Sinaloa Cartel pay from USD 40,000 to USD 60,000. Farmers who are unwilling to cooperate with drug traffickers risk being incriminated for drug trafficking.

There have also been cases of complicity between the Venezuelan Air Force and the Mexican cartel. Gino Alfonso Garcés, a former captain of said agency, received bribes of USD $500,000 for the passage of planes loaded with drugs.

This event is not the first that allows Mexican drug traffickers to operate in Venezuela before the silence of the authorities. In June 2019, Iris Varela confirmed the flight of three citizens of Mexican nationality who had been captured for the sale of narcotic drugs.

The criminals had the support of internal logistics and access to long weapons for their escape.
Venezuela has been playing a leading role in the drug trafficking of the Sinaloa Cartel. Since the late 1990s, the organization founded by Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, and the Cartel de los Soles - linked to Nicolás Maduro - have found a safe route that allows them to traffic drugs from Colombia to the United States.

The narcotics are sent to the border with Venezuela from where they leave for Honduras and in that country they are transported by the Sinaloa cartel, which is in charge of introducing it to Mexico and later to the American Union.

During the trial of “El Chapo” in the United States, there was a part that confirmed this relationship: the one that refers to a man of Dominican origin named Antonio “Toño,” whom Colombian drug lord Alex Cifuentes-Villa recommended to distribute drugs in the United States.
Guzmán Loera asked the Dominican to get land in his country to build a "rayita", ie a landing strip, to connect the shipments from Venezuela to Mexico.

The prosecutor Gina Parlovecchio presented audios on the talks between "El Chapo" and "Toño", who was slow to comply with the Mexican's request.

The Mexican drug trafficker was referring to a piece of land for "furniture" to be delivered in reference to planes that would go to "Loco." The prosecutor questioned Cifuentes about what Guzmán Loera was referring to in that conversation, the answer was that it was the way “El Chapo” spoke of the Venezuelan, "Chávez the Madman”, ( Hugo Chávez ), although it was not clear whether there was a relationship with his government.
Experts say that thanks to the structure of the Sinaloa Cartel, business with the South American organization continues.

On March 26, the Venezuelan dictator, Nicolás Maduro and other prominent members of the Chavista regime such as Diosdado Cabello Rondón, president of the illegitimate Constituent Assembly; Maikel Moreno, President of the Supreme Court of Justice; Vladimir Padrino, Minister of Defense; Hugo Carvajal Barrios, former director of military intelligence; Retired General Cliver Alcalá Cordones, who lives in Colombia, and Tareck El Aissami, Minister of Industry and National Production, were accused by the US government of flooding the streets of that country with cocaine.

Likewise, the incrimination indicates that the late Venezuelan president, Hugo Chávez , was also part of the same criminal network, although due to his death he does not include him among the accused.

Back round Information from the July 28, 2019 Interview by Venezuelan Reporter:

7 airstrips have been detected that are dedicated solely for drug trafficking planes but there could be up to 300 on the Venezuelan border near the town of  Zulia:

Agricultural Producers are terrified by the collusion of local officials with criminal groups:

At least seven drug trafficking airstrips , from La Cañada de Urdaneta to the Catatumbo del Zulia, exist and have been visible to agricultural producers in the area, who remain in silence and terror, because the power of drug traffickers includes officials who end up denouncing those who make denouncements. "It has already happened to us," a farm owner reveals to us," and the consequence is that those indicated have had to abandon their production units, leaving them almost dumped."

Drug trafficking has advanced so much that the inhabitants of a town on the border have the essential work of building runways for the landing of drug trafficking aircraft.

He relates that they are forced to allow the tracks to be built on their farms, under the threat that their life is in danger if they oppose or denounce the criminal drug traffickers. And on the other hand, the authorities extort them by putting them in jail, if they do not pay them, for having allowed them to have made the tracks or airstrips.
On November 16, 2015, producer Gaspar Enrique Rincón Urdaneta was a victim of the cartels who suspected that he was denouncing them. When he left his El Zanjón farm in the El Guamito sector in a van, on the road that leads to Caleta beach, San José de Perijá parish, several heavily armed men attacked him, managing to hit the vehicle and the man 20 times. He had been president of the Cattle Ranchers Association of Las Piedras.

We spoke with a producer threatened by the situation that occurs with the cartels and the construction of runways for the aircraft that transport the drugs. "We have met with the authorities and they have told us that they have counted 300-400 tracks in the western region of Zulia up to the South of the Lake."

-But why don't they destroy them?

We do not know. And the military authorities know that even "El Truncal 6" is used as a track. The security forces stop traffic at each end so that the plane makes the "touchdown". In addition, they protect the tracks and therefore they harass the producers so that they leave the farms.

-What if the producer stubbornly refuses to allow runways to be made?

They are threatened by those who handle drug trafficking in Zulia. It is no longer possible to produce on the border in these conditions of threat and extortion. The drug cartels, the main one of them is Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel, operate because they are protected by officials. The producer cannot refuse because his machinery is burned or he is killed.

-What happens to farms that are abandoned by their owners or whose owners decide to leave?

Some try to keep replacing managers, but the Army pressures them to force them to evict their own premises.
-What about the police and military authorities?

They extort them. If the producer makes a denouncement it, he is exposed to the drug traffickers and, on the other hand, the authorities extort them. The authorities will just plant a part of a small plane on the farm or a fuel tank of airplane, then they detain them and file them, arguing that they are linked to drug trafficking, when in reality they are only victims of that. Last week they did it to two producers and presented them to the media.

-Where do those drug trafficking tracks go?

From Maracaibo to the South of the Lake. Even the Lake Coast is something beastly, because drug cartels and irregular armed groups took over the area, displacing producers.

-The seven tracks that you know are in the area are located where exactly?

The strongest presence is from Machiques de Perijá to Catatumbo, in areas attached from "El Truncal  6 (the road that connects Táchira with Zulia, commonly called the Machiques-Colón highway) towards Lake Maracaibo.

There are agricultural producers, who do not live in the area, who have made denouncements  directly in Caracas, because in the region, when it has been done, the drug traffickers are informed. Still they threaten producers. A producer named Gaspar Rincón was assassinated in the San José de Perijá area only because they believed he had denounced them and that is why they finished him off  inside his van. Since then no one has spoken.

65 comments:

  1. On the news last week, US Navy was heading to the area. Somethings up, Esse.

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    1. I also saw on a US intelligence report that the navy was heading that way.

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    2. Obviously, since Bill Barr made the announcement of Maduro's indictment during a covid-19 briefing, the US is surely planning action against the Maduro regime. Long over due...

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  2. Maduro is over due for a drone and missile strike.

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    1. Maduro is an azzhole, lol wants to be president forever. Runs place like a bozo.

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  3. “ One week after President Donald Trump's administration recognized an opposition leader as Venezuela's interim president, the Latin American nation's disputed leader Nicolas Maduro warned Wednesday that the United States was in danger of turning his country into another Vietnam War.“

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    1. Oh please....hardly a Vietnam war....the regime would be broken over the weekend.

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  4. We need to do to Maduro what we did to Saddam. Overthrow his regime, put him on trial, and hang him.

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    1. On false charges that he has weapons of mass destruction? 2;04

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    2. Lmao. Because the US got rid of Saddam, ISIS was created. If Saddam was alive today they’d be no ISIS and Taliban would be scared. Saddam was ruthless to terrorist. Look at Mexico now, it’s a mess. They thought by getting rid of Chapo things would get better, America has no clue. May the US be flooded with drugs because we all know the red states need them.

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    3. @3:50-no WMD this time. We're gonna use the "narco trafficker" bit this time...cause we can.

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    4. @5:43- Thanks for your views libtard...So according to u, dictators and drug lords should run these third world countries? That makes sense...smh

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    5. The only way to fix these countries, Mexico included, is for its people to stand up and put an end to the corruption. Not wait for the US to try and fix it.

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    6. Who allowed Saddam to be in charge in the first place?

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    7. @2:25, I guess dictators can only run 1st world countries? I love how people who defend the overthrowing of Saddam have nothing to say about Saudi Arabia... And the other 49 current dictators. That makes no sense... This is where I'd call you a retard like you call someone else a retard.. I can make my point without name calling though

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    8. Making the case for trumped up charges,
      Saddam, the ayatollahs, the saudis, duterte, all the LatinAmerican Banana Republics, even the sandinistas! Were allowed or created or cajoled into power by the US, the Cubans were also bought into it with their own share of drug trafficking, none of that had mexicans on top, or "venezuelans", while they were also contributing to the masked bandit "Operation Condor"
      created to replace the drug trafficking affected by the end of the Vietnam war, and who laundered all those billions and billions of dollars?
      The owners of the Transnational Corporations offshored to China, the own the world's greatest capital too, and are throttling democracy every second a bit more, Putin just wants its share of dominion, Benezuela has Godfather, and in China a Godmother, that why reduced charges of drug trafficking, which never mattered coming from Colombia's alvaro uribe velez, must be all that venezuelan oil than never made venezuelans rich.

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  5. Corrupting power of drug profits,if it wasnt for cartels making any effort to supply huge quantities of drugs to various countries we undoubtedly wouldnt have the problem we have.Simple,no drugs,no consumption,you have drought,but never fear the cartels will step up to supply you,chicken and egg scenario

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    1. Yeah right the US who never stop consuming drugs

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  6. CDS is everywhere all other cartel nuthuggers better know by now CDS is a worldwide organisation not just a one country cartel viva cds

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    1. So is CJNG.. los Cuinis, etc.

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    2. Lmao quieres una paleta? O are you satisfied sucking up snitchaloas ? Smh fucking cartel groupies 😂

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    3. 4:50 callese el osico pinche michoacaca envidiosa

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    4. @8:15
      It’s funny how snitchaloas act all hard until they’re confronted and then do anything to back out.

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    5. 1:27 callese el hocico,
      pinchi mariposona monarca walter mercadora.
      y vayase a volar a las vegas.

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  7. CDS the most powerful Cartel to ever exist, and still holds the most power CDS is not going anywhere its still the modt powerful cartel in the world

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  8. Is that Yaqui I see 👀

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  9. I would of thought diosdado Cabello’s reward would be the highest one since he is the top head of cartel de Los soles

    H”

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  10. Yaqui ! You're back ! In Spade's ! Well written girl ? I think you're a girl. Anyway, welcome back !

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    1. Yaqui welcome back glad your surviving the CV outbreak.
      You survived the earthquake.
      You survived world war 2.
      You survived polio pandemic of the 1950s.
      You survived the California fires.
      My hat goes to you, say hello to the donkies for me.
      El Perin de Tamp

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    2. Awwwww, an extra carrot Gracias El Perin !

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    3. 8:59 ...the carrot is for the burro, ok?

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  11. Viva nicholas Maduro!!! Viva!!!!!!!! Keep poisoning the imperialistic Yankees.




    Viva Mi Comandante Nicholas Maduro! Viva!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Thanks to u, Amlo will make us like Venezuela. We will be called the Cuba- Venezuela Mexico cartel
      That should make Mexico proud

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    2. Thanks to nicholas Maduro you white yankees can keep overdosing on drugs.


      Viva nicholas Maduro!!!! Viva!!

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    3. 1:41 the US has been making enemies all over LatinAmerica since the end of WWII, assassinating duly elected politicians and installing plantation overseers the US liked better. The US formed the Cartel of the Banana Republic Dictatorships, and you never said a thing, even to commemorate american drug trafficking to the US day.

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    4. @3:02 & 10:24 - From a Yankee who has lost a child from the poison sent from the south, may your sons and daughters continue to be bullet ridden and dismembered.

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  12. This what separates Sinaloa with other so called 'Cartels' they stick to drug trafficking and not expanding to southern states like Guerrero/Oaxaca/Chiapas for more extortion money to fund their activities like the Michoacanos and CJNG.

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    1. Stealing innocent citizens land is way more honest than extortion

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  13. CJNG is running cjng out of Mexico into a different continent 😆

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  14. Is cds working for the cia?

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  15. I believe it.

    $750 Million worth of Meth seized off a yacht in Australia ysterday | https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/caught-by-surprise-tonne-of-ice-seized-on-yacht-off-nsw-coast-20200419-p54l51.html

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  16. We love sinaloa man here in south américa
    Miss Colombia

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    1. Ya hasta por vieja te quieres paser morro jediondo💩

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    2. 10:34 if it smells like fish, but tastes like chicken,
      The morro may be a morra.
      Dragalicious!

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  17. Sinaloa cartels is the biggest drugs organization in whole world

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  18. Is Maduro hiding in Venezuela?

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  19. El delito de Nicolas es ser dueño del destino de su pueblo con otra forma de vida mas humano no como el del FMI

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  20. The criminals had the support of internal logistics and access to long weapons for their escape.
    What is a long weapon?

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    1. Obviously not a handgun.Oppisite of handgun....starts with an R....

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  21. Are the Aussis getting drugs from China/ Asian Cartels or Mexican Cartels ??
    i thought china ? but i dont know crap Explain please someone

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    1. They are getting a majority of their drugs from China. The biggest cartel in the world is based in China

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  22. Maduro will help Amlo a eliminate the middle class of Mexico who r the backbone of Mexico.

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    1. 1:44 who eliminated your backbone?
      Lucky they stuck it back up your ass,
      too many worms on earth alreddy.

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  23. Same set up as what Carlos Lehder of Medellin Cartel had in the Bahamas back in the day. No laws, unlimited amount of drugs and enormous profits.

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  24. This is where CDS is running scared to!

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    1. You make no sense sinaloa hater

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    2. They are running scared though nobody’s hating it’s the truth why you mad?

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