Tuesday, April 14, 2020

First CDG then Viagras, CJNG now weighs in with Covid-19 support for the people of SLP

By Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat


Not to be outdone, CJNG gave out what they call “coronavirus covid 19 support”, which is printed on the labels of food “pantries”.

In the state of San Luis Potsi, on this past Sunday April 12th images of CJNG distributing “support from CJNG” which amounted to an amply filled bag of supplies and food.  The bags appear to be filled with a much greater amount of goods than CDG gave out in Tamaulipas, or Los Viagras gave in Apatzingán, Michoacán. 

Cardboard boxes piled in the bed of several trucks in the rural areas of SLP transferred the bags of food and personal items.  Images circulated on social media networks.

Citizenry have been applauding the cartels who distributing the food, and have been critical towards the government, who they say have not provided aid to the society in the face of the pandemic health emergency.

CJNG delivered the support to 8 communities.

It should be noted that CJNG has long robbed trains and trucks transporting food and household supplies, then force markets and distributors to purchase the items from the cartel.

ORGANIZED CRIME

The thefts of vehicles that transport heavy loads and move merchandise in Jalisco have become a very powerful source of income for organized crime that operates in the state, according to inquiries from the Attorney General's Office.

As far as Governor Aristotle Sandoval Díaz's mandate (2013-2017) is concerned, criminal groups have intercepted shipments transported in these units, valued at not less than 1,162.2 million pesos, and others for 745 thousand dollars, according to the files of Prosecutor's Office. The transportation of goods in Jalisco thus appears as one of the links in the economic chain most exposed to the attacks of organized crime, whether in heavy-duty vehicles or trains (train robberies went from nine in the past six years to 181 (transparency sheet 01245217).











77 comments:

  1. Awesome... I bet a million dollars CDS is next... not for nothing, but it’s a nice gesture .

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    1. Piensan que por dar alimentos se ganaran un lugar en el cielo.

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  2. Es como ir a miar a un incendio forestal, el bosque es la gente, el fuego es el daño que le causan a la sociedad económicamente y social. Y obvio el miadero son ellos, los mismos que tiraron el cigarro

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  3. A recent article in The Philadelphia paper published how criminal organizations, terrorist groups and gangs have stepped in government roles in matters of crisis. Filling in the void where government of presidents, municipal police, legislators have failed to do.
    Some offering financial support (loans) to those in need.

    E42

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    1. @9:09 *40% WPR (weekly percentage rate)

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  4. These Cartels are helping the poor people, while President Amlo is stealing

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    1. Helping out the community that has potencial recruits feo them. These are poor marginal Primitive minded community's. They blame their problems on others while having more than 5 or six kids and no stable job or education. Then their kids grow up with hatred thinking its everyones fault they had that life and eventually join these gangs.

      -Mexhica

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    2. Stereotyping the numbers of offspring to what will transpire is far from truth. Many ethnic groups display large families.
      Such imbecil comments should be removed.

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    3. I agree, idiotic& ignorant comments speak for themselves.

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    4. 9:17 lesser men, or women, are not who designed shit the way it is or who turned the best of man's intentions and creations into a bucket of BS.
      Unbelievable how resilient and smarter lesser people still procreate and multiply, while some billionaire geniuses squander daddy's millions, and their friends' who get cents on the dollar for their millionaire investments, or prison, for life.
      Let's remember it was the ignorant ape likes who survived the dinosaurs, without your wise cultured help.

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  5. isn't the wealthiest cartel Sinaloa? Mayo better step up and help the people. He can't take his billions to the afterlife.

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    1. His protection from pursuit by means of bribes surely costs I'm sure.

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  6. I've never read any news articles on here or any other major news outlet about CJNG stealing supplement trucks and trains? Bring facts to the table not blatantly stupid assumptions chivis.

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    1. You need to stop getting your news solely from rags and blogs. There are countless articles going back to 2015 when this began.
      Maybe someone can google in spanish for you, I just did and every outlet has multiple and ongoing reporting regarding these thefts. Incl the gob

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    2. Another one, that what's to be a smart azz, read the BB archives and you will learn more, before to go blasting the mensenger.

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  7. Classic Rob from the rich give to the poor

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    1. I don't think Robin Hood flayed the face off of his counterparts or murdered women and children though. I don't know, maybe he did, who's to say.

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    2. More like rob from the poor and then give them some back...

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    3. 12:01 what, is the narcos stealing meth or the precursors or the cocaine and opiates from the poor?
      Not even their Maruchan, everybody gets their own.
      The poor are so useful to defend them from the rich owned sicarios just to make like argument on their behalf.
      Be glad they had something to wolf down for the day and they stop washing your windshield for the 50th time today, with all that food

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  8. The merchandise is stolen, and being distributed to the poor, what a way to make themselves look good, playing two face.

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    1. When all else has failed (government) others step up. No accountability for the incompetence many make will ever be addressed legally. Much less an apology.
      Not condoning these criminal organizations behavior when it pertains to killings, robberies, extortion ect.
      But I do applaud these initiatives of assistance.
      Mexico has an estimated 200 + thousand people unemployed and growing. Despite Mexico's financial hardships. The 1000 pesos monthly to its citizens provided by government can only go so far.

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    2. so Robin Hood was two faced as well? Or is it cool cuz he was helping white people? Yes Mexico has dealt with a ridiculous amount of murders and disappearances but you can thank the CIA and DEA for that. Mexico was at relative peace before the dismantling of the major cartels that controlled all of the country like a sewing machine. The fracturing of cartels made it more violent. You can thank the war on drugs for that. You want to make a difference just legalize it all and this will stop. All we need to do is look back at history and find resolves to all types of issues. The government profits from everything they do remember that.

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    3. 10:25 the government does not benefit,
      the businessmen that use government to enhance their emoluments, (if a penny over their $500 000.00 a year wages) or by getting corporate queen contracts ON America from the politicos they finance, or the melitary contractors and the war profiteers...
      --Lawmakers have been bought and paid since forever, but corruption gets to give them the runaround some times, specially with russian help now...

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  9. The cartels policy, gifts on Tuesday, death on Wednesday.

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  10. Nothing comes free from these people. They will use your sons to fight their endless war.

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    1. Kinda sounds like the US Government. Old men using young to fight endless wars. Profiteering off death. Sounds super familiar.

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    2. The majority of people recruited by cartels are by their own doings. Economic hardships are usually a factor why these individuals enroll.
      Lack of employment & government assistance from educational resources in rural areas are hot zones for much of this violence. Border communities and cities rely on sales & distribution.

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  11. Those pantries have blood on them

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    1. Blood well received and grateful for to those who have nothing.

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    2. 10:14 GOOD! they will get to make Blood Sausage...
      Marjoram and onions give it best taste, no syrupy mixes plis.

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  12. Has Lopez Obrador woken up yet?
    Is he finally telling his citizens to stay at home?
    As of Tuesday morning....
    5,014 infected. 332 dead
    Furthermore.. ventilators and other equipment stolen from hospital in
    Oaxaca..only getting worse.

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    1. AMLOS recent shutdown of a company in Baja California who produce ventilators should be pointed out. The refusal of purchasing ventilators for Mexico's upcoming crisis situation goes to show his commitment to its citizens.

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    2. not quite the story. at least what I am reading. or maybe this is another maquilla? he shut down the U.S. company until they agreed to give Mex and other countries the ventilators

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    3. Obrador is a cheapskate, how can a company give the ventilators for free. Labor, rent, taxes, raw material costs money.

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    4. 10:18 I regret to inform you that, due to wasting time and being a non believer of the CV, already people are infected and the dead adding up. Who will he blame due to his tardiness, perhaps he has the virus already.

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    5. Morenista Governor of BC shut down the maquiladora, NOT AMLO.
      if you can't get that little fact together, how are you going to get into the deeper shit or get through it?

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  13. First steal or extort it from the small businesses and then hand it back over to the very same low income class of people as a 'gift' from the gangsters. What a nice bunch of men they are.. ;) also the stickers they put on the boxes.. lmao that's all so cheap!! Guys: if you have to, then be real men - not berserks; that's low and easy path - make your money in drug trafficking. Only trafficking.. and use the money to develop your home country, create real well paid jobs in the open economy. Be big spenders and keep luxury shops alive and whatever more! Enjoy life and stop this brutal bullshit on the back of your innocent countrymen and -women! Does this sound like a good idea to you guys?

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    1. You didn't read the headline. It said CJNG, Not CDS...

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    2. Thank you 10:35!!! These guys that make up the cartels dont seem to realize that if they keep things to just trafficking and actually try to work together, they would be able to invest their profits into making their country absolutely amazing. Sitting between the Pacific and Gulf, Mexico could have 10-15 cities like Miami/San Diego/L.A....all flourishing with legit businesses. Such a shame

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    3. Only to be robbed by government officials for ones economic business practices.
      Why haven't those elites like Carlos Slim and his cronies contribute to Mexico's infrastructure, education system ect.

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    4. @ 2:02 and 10:35,
      ya guys lets keep that trafficking going. Lets keep that heroin flowing. Lets look the other way as long as no one is killed. You guys are a couple of goofballs. Mexico does not have the security or industry to have 10 or 15 Miami's and Las Vegas's. Keep smokin'.....

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    5. 2:02 drug traffickers with US government backing and astronomical amounts of impunity made Miami/san diego/ LA "the cities they are", the drug trafficking money they helped launder made them great financial success, while their modern mexican narcos have to hide, buy expensive weapons, pay governments kickbacks, hide fron rival politicians trying to hunt them, buy their own lives from kidnapping, get arrested and imprisoned and fined and get their table scraps confiscated and have to go around murdering each other to off the competition.
      The mexican narcos are not the top beneficiaries of drug trafficking.

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    6. 5:49...mexico does not have the citizens that are smart enough to know how to profit from the drug trade. The guys that started it for the profits are long gone. The idiots that run things now just want to show how tough they are.

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    7. Miami's boom in building development was created by drug money. A known fact by government. Yet sidelined by those for economic reasons.

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  14. Chivis Buenos dias y buen dia a mundo y medio..Respeto a el derecho es la paz Benito Juarez is what the cartel is providing for the people of Mexico...focus on the good never the bad a person does everyone has a good heart...aun que uno tiene que robar trenes que viene del sur... I'm sure the gente Mexicana appreciate the help..speaking of help thankful for the 🏥 where my daughter was born to the doctors nurses, nurse Esperanza gracias...wife gave birth to 7 lb 6 oz girl on good Friday and Easter Sunday we came home...Aaammmeeennn
    Eastsidn Lowriding

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    1. Ya lets forget they will fillet your face off... enjoy your " help ".

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    2. One of God's commandment is not to steal. Easter is truly not of God's day.

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    3. At 738 I don't forget they will fillet a person face off at any given moment. But if one can't focus on a negative and a negative time and time again. Even if a person does good once a year who am i to judge. I've never walk on another person shoes and no one has ever walk in my shoes, therefore who am I to judge?
      Eastsidin Lowriding

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    4. At 412 am does every one person follow the 10 commandments to a T? I've been raise Catholic and I will die Catholic. Even the best of the best Catholics have flaw.Why is Easter not God' day?
      Eastsidin Lowriding

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    5. 4:12 I don't think Eve had title to the Apple she took to Adam...

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  15. Jesus works in mysterious ways.

    The narco-cartels' are showing a side of themselves I have always known was there. See, people the sicarios don't just chop heads and limbs off or make pozole, they are compassionate Christians who love the "people."

    They are shaming the AMLO government and the oligarchs (of which there a many hiding out in their ranchos and haciendas).

    I am sure the Catholic Church must be proud that their teachings are bursting forth among the narco-cartel members.

    Santa Muerte, and Satanas "Take that!!"

    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. Despite these atrocities being committed by such groups. It's population is largely comprised of Christian values.
      A serious infraction upon those who negates.

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    2. Get out of here with that crap, the "people" they are killing are also "people" struggling, they just turn to that lifestyle to make ends meet. The person you're decapitating is also doing this line of work for 5000 pesos every two weeks. Christian values my rear end. Thou shall not kill, how about following that Christian value...thou shall not steal? Covet?

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    3. 11:46 jesus had nothing to do with your evil animosity against AMLO,
      You are ignorant of the fact that Mexican people elected him president 2 times prior, and that those who stole the elections had full complicity of the financiers of the War ON Drugs in Mexico that led to the balkanization of drug trafficking and wars among cartels, induced by politicians of the past like Fox, FECAL, and EPN, the corrupt rats you would favor for presidentes along with the international worldly robber barons that own Mexico's foreign debt.

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  16. Coming soon: masks on decapitated heads, and laid out 2m apart. They care, people!

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  17. Meanwhile, AMLO is still rubbing his lucky $2 bill.

    -El Arrepentido de la Sierra

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  18. All the scumbags have become humanists now

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    1. Yet those elites have yet to do so.

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  19. They should do it without publicizing it. Just propaganda

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    1. Just displaying what government has failed to do.

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  20. Fuckers are still going to hell nothing can save them from the devils wrath

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    1. I'm quite sure many of us are all facing some sort of the wrath of God. To differentiate between who will & not is often determined by those powers of rulership.
      Until then we do what many do. Skeletons are in everyone's closet.

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  21. CJNG are the terrorists of mexico. HOw many people did they steal from and kill for those supposed goods. Mencho's days are coming everyone is looking for him. Its only a matter of time before the CIA catches up with him. What a terrible way to live your life always running and hiding from one safe house to the next hoping not to get shot, captured or double crossed by a friend your whole life. Mencho is a similar to muammar gaddafi, saddam hussein, or abu bakr al baghdadi but the outcome is going to be the same. Death or capture.

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    1. I can guarantee you Mencho has not killed, robbed, or raped not even a fraction of what Mayo, Chapo, and now Chapitos and rest of CDS has!

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  22. Stolen and paid for with murdered and butchered victims.

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  23. Lmao Viagras are the last people who should be helping they will kill your whole family over $5, as for the rest of the groups some have cells that leave locals alone in certain plazas unless you get in their way, that’s why the pueblo protects them at times but that’s rare

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  24. There was a shootout in Michoacan. Cjng vs los Viagras. The government forces break it up by arresting 11 cjng and 4 viagras. Total of 15. The 11 detainees got escorted by a helicopter so no protesters or their comrades would rescue them.

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  25. CJNG ayudando a la gente las necesitada.

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  26. The same hand that feeds them is the same that will not hesitate to butcher them. It's a shame that their own government will not protect its citizens, every man for themselves I guess.

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  27. The faces of the recipients tell me many things, Lord help us all...

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    1. God is fixed upon greater things than the miseries made by mankind. How one chooses to live one's life reflects one's beliefs.

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  28. San luis no necesita ayuda. Alli la tierra da. No necesita mas.

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  29. My blood boils at these images before me. Hopefully very soon we see them holding food bags with US army logo. Make fertilizer out of those who opress and humiliate my people.

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