Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Intel reveals narco-traffickers taking advantage of Covid19 crisis to ramp up trafficking

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat for Borderland Beat
The daily coronavirus tasks force conference opened with something quite different....

At a news conference which began at this hour, President Trump and others announced “Enhanced Counter Narcotic Operations”, in reaction to intelligence revealing narcos are attempting to take advantage of the world focus on the virus crisis, causing an uptick in areas previously with good control by the government.

The operations began today in the waters of the east Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea to disrupt the flow of drugs.

In a massive increase of land, air and sea supports amounting to more than double the capacity of previous resources including  Navy warships, surveillance aircraft and special forces teams in the Western Hemisphere.

The operation is supported by 22 partner nations.

The operation includes navy ships deployed near Venezuela.  This comes shortly after a U.S. drug indictment against Nicolás Maduro was announced.

Mark Esper Defense Secretary: “The Venezuelan people continue to suffer tremendously due to Maduro and his criminal control over the country, and drug traffickers are seizing on this lawlessness.”

“Maduro relies on drug profits to maintain power.”

The intelligence revealed that  narco traffickers, not only planned to take advantage of the crisis to push larger quantities of drugs into the U.S. but had already began doing so.

AG Barr:  “For years drug traffickers have used sea routes as the primary means to traffic cocaine to the U.S. .  Most of the time we can detect the shipments, and their logistics but because of limitations, we could only stop a fraction of these cocaine boats.  These new measures will put us in a position of seizing 100s of tons.”

Maduro is responsible for 250 metric tons per year.  Now traffickers are attempting to establish new routes through Central America, which is why we have formally moved against the corrupt regime. 

These narco traffickers “have to be defeated for the U.S., Mexico and the people of Venezuela.”

The operation will address a range of threats imposed by narco traffickers and will include financial elements of trafficking.

The intent is to choke off the funds, including those going to corrupt regimes.

“It would be a grave mistake of any adversary to attempt to do harm during this health crisis.”  Said Robert O’Brien U.S. National Security Advisor.



40 comments:

  1. War on drugs don't Work. Now the Military is going to stop it, good luck.

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    1. The US Navy is fighting CV epidemics in their carriers, submarines, and military bases, prolly wants to fight the russians in Venezuela too, but they are under orders to suck ass and carry on, after all, they knew what they signed up for, Admirals begging for mercy for the members "because we are not at war with anybody" can go to hell and resign, Lima Group must be opening their brand new bank accounts, but CITGO produced more money to the Venezuelans than all the drug trafficking in the world, it has been confiscated by some on the US.

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    2. The war on drugs is designed to stop the competition, the CIA will continue moving tons of product into the US to support their covert operations.

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    3. Captain of carrier has been demoted from the US navy for bypassing the chain o' command and putting his men on land and safety quarantine, Guam?

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    4. 12:51 Captain Brett Crozier of the nuclear carrier SSS Theodore Roosevelt has been dismissed y the "acting" secretary of the Navy...
      His sailors gave him a heartfelt goodbye as he disembarked for the last time from their ship, they love their Captain, who has been threatened with court martial by his employers who now allege they may give him an opportunity for redemption", prolly by letting him beg on his knees and kiss their asses...

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  2. Right now DTOs are unable to procure the chemicals they need to produce drugs. This affects everything but weed. How can they ramp up trafficking if they cannot produce any drugs?

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    1. i need more proof on that story. I have been in asia for decades. triads and others are in every country...for example malaysia. precursor is everywhere. and mx rec should not be a problem

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    2. You are correct, Chivis. There were rumors that the wholesale prices have for sure gone up but I doubt it’s due to lack of precursors. I believe there was an article talking about the price hikes recently in Culiacan* Meth is now 5-6 times more in cost ($100 per pound to now $500-600 per pound), meaning it’s back to its regular cost it had before the super labs in MX lol

      My guess is the price hike is due to the presumed increase in border/ocean security.

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    3. Is there any proof about the ramp up or just what the government says to distract people from corona???
      We see much less ships leaving China, same with planes.
      How is the price developing in the states???

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    4. I've noticed a slight increase in purity of cocaine in my rural area I live in no price increase as of yet

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    5. How rural??^

      Id imagine the prices going DOWN in the us since nobody is working and $ is limited

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  3. Maduro will soon be housed in a prison.

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    1. DTO heavily involved in human trafficjking sex trafficking DTO working with 🇺🇸 enemies is going to get knocked down specially there handlers even with all the bribes they can cough up no deal 2020 will be shocking. Stay safe all God bless

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  4. Finally the necessary security measures being implemented to combat drug trafficking.
    These security measures should've never been undermineded nor lessened to the well being of any nation. The increase of narcotics is at staggering proportions with the devastating results to prove it.
    Wreaking havoc in communities and societies nationwide.

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    1. You're talking about nCoVid19,isn't it?

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    2. To continue an already failed war is not very smart. Increase he salary and training of CBP...personal and apply mandatory jail time for beeing bribed. Will this happen? No cause gringos just want to sell weapons and keep on with militarization of the whole country.

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    3. What options are we left with to stem this drug-epidemic that Americans are facing today? More surveillance and security measures will have a positive effect. Something better than nothing, will save lives.
      The abundance of narcotics in our communities are overwhelming.

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    4. I was in the us coast guard and saw 1st hand what a joke the "drug war" is- these huge busts they just happen to come accross are never "coincidences." They know the boats name weeks before it leaves whatever port city its in- its all for publicity so they get more money- they dont care about stopping shit

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  5. maduro will be in a cell next to chapo soon or better yet maybe the CIA will gun him down and display him like pablo escobar (trophy hunt)

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  6. Never understood how the UN basically let this guy push billions in blow...

    Cartel de Los Soles, I believe is what his mob is called. Venezuela gov and military make up the core*

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    1. Other countries have also participated in these practices. The US government is one of those.
      California's crack epidemic is a perfect example of disregard for life.

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  7. I believe Malaysia, Philippines, others haven't peaked yet if you look at new reported cases. I get the triads, but right now manufacturing or any groups of people is getting frowned upon.

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  8. Hey BB if it’s not Mexicans bringing in drugs it will be someone else but the only promise is that drugs will be brought in by someone one way or another it’s a lost war.

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    1. It's probably always gonna be Mexico from here on out though Just because of logistics and position They also have a lot of their people to sell
      Product for them in the United States

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    2. How aboot the Canadians, Eh?

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    3. The war is not lost, there is always supplying the addicted and the fans for free to steal all the trafficking business.

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  9. When the war on drugs in Mex began it was hard to get good Quality cocaine los precios subieron de a madre y el corte no se encontraba en ese entonces apenas estaba entrando el cristal y tumbo mucho negocio a la coca mucho traficante no quería entrarle al hielo por qué mataba a la gente creo que sí va ver un problema de logística de perdido por un tiempo depende cuanto stock hay por la mota pues no hay bronca el mugrero y la soda es el pedo acaba de temblar en Colombia sercas de Medellín aparte del virus .

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    1. I can remember a price increase and a purity decrease from the years 2007 till about like 2012 then it started to get better again

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    2. Baking soda is still one dollar a pound!!!

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  10. Cartel of the suns say jump and the Mexican cartels say how high

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  11. Here goes the us sticking there nose everywhere when there is obviously something that interests them let say oil, but if any other country tries that it’s an atrocity act of war. What if China or Iran and Russia tries that to other countries what is that called?

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  12. Colombia and Mexico are the BIG suppliers!
    The banko empire needs to loot Venezuelan resources and turn the population into perpetual debt slaves!

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  13. We know the US wants Venezuela’s oil, but won’t do anything against Maduro because he’s allied with Russia and Iran.

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    1. Correct.
      If not for his supporters (Russia, iran) America would have gotten him. But because of this sanctions were in place.

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    2. Venezuelans had one BIG PARTY when their president got their gold back, it had been hijacked and held hostage by banksters in England or the US or both, then national in zing their oil was a slap on the snout to the oil baron wannabes that have exploited Venezuela and the venezuelans all their motherfacking life, this present boycott and desire to get the venezuelan oil is the next step, those who supported Hugo Chavez nationalization was let down when it came down to allowing "new owners" to exploit venezuela and h7gonchavez chose to keep it all government owned.
      --The Venezuelan problem is all caused by the US being used by influential Oil Baron wannabes like the Lima Group is infested with, and there is nothing for the American people there but footing the bill and the dead for one more US War For Profit and not by a local communist cabal that being the owners of CITGO have never had any need for drug trafficking, that is what colombia does, distributing peru, bolivia and other producers cocaine to the US, a job they got from the very real business owners on the US, Klaus Barbie himself made arrangements with Pablo Escobar and Carlos Lehder until he got extradited out of the way by his friends who now rule it with the rat line nazi escapees godfather, henry kissinger who is still a revered consultant of the drug trafficking businessmen right wingers behind the whole shebangs.

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  14. Seems like a military quarantine to me. Gives the military something to do. A reason to isolate the military folks and something to keep them busy

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  15. le va a pazar lo ke a NORIEGA , ya lo veran

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    1. America owned Panama back then. Political ties have changed since the Panama canal was turned over.
      Their laundering financial institutions indicated such.

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    2. Panama being independent, helps keep secrets of the money launderers, evidenced by Wikileaks with the Panama Papers...their independence made their tax heaven status possible and a reality much exploited by american and LatinAmerican goons of business and drug trafficking, on top of it they steal government funds like crazy and launder drug trafficking proceeds including their cartel associates' which they steal and confiscate whenever they chose to, extraditing them at will.

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  16. Ha ha I could have told everyone. These evens were broadcast on the TV series El Senor de los Cielos last season.

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