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Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Mexican Organized Crime, Narco Messages, Executions, And A Narco Ballad Will Be In New Call Of Duty

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat


Video translation is as follows:

Alejandro: Welcome the the city of Las Armas.

Male Narrator: The members of Task Force 141 in Call of Duty land in a town called Las Armas. Guided by a Mexican special forces agent named Alejandro Vargas. They walk the streets of this town to encounter what the game describes as the Mexican normality, armed men in the streets.

Soap: White truck. 4 armed individuals. 

Alejandro: Hey, it’s ok. Relax. That’s normal here. Guns on the street are police jurisdiction. 

Ghost: And where’s the police?

Male Narrator: The journey continues and shows the coexistence between these armed men and the inhabitants of the town.

Soap: Kids, firearms, and balloons. What a novelty!

Male Narrator: But the tour reaches its climax when the special forces commandos of Task Force 141 encounters an execution with its respective narco messages.

Rodolfo: Narco messages?

Alejandro: They belong to the cartel. They're messages of warnings and territorial claims by the Nameless Leader. Death is everywhere here.

Male Narrator: The task force also decides to avoid a Mexican army checkpoint. As they point out, some of their elements have already been bought by organized crime.

Alejandro: Checkpoint. It's the army. Go right, avoid them.

Soap: Why?

Alejandro: There are troops that are controlled by the Nameless Leader. Like I said before, he has operatives everywhere.  

Male Narrator: Finally the action takes place in some cabins where the task force is ambushed by drug traffickers. But if that wasn't enough, the game also has its own narco ballad performed by the Mexican musical ensemble Banda MS.

Ciro Gomez Leyva: Mexico. The mighty, the mighty Call of Duty industry uses Mexico as the center of its next release. The settings of this video game have varied in other years. A few years ago for example the storyline centered around a mission in London and Russia to recover a deadly chemical in the hands of Islamic terrorists. Well, this year Mexico will be the central scenario. But according to the news there will also be events that take place in Spain and the Netherlands. This game will be released on Friday. We will study it…

Ciro Gómez Leyv   Banda MS 141 Music Video

29 comments:

  1. Sick! Load blown! 👍

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  2. Todos los alucines estamos felices 🙂

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  3. THE WORST PART IS THE PERCEPTION AMERICA TRIES TO SELL: NOT ALL MEXICAN MILITARY PERSONNEL ARE CORRUPT.

    AMERICA IS ALWAYS PORTRAYING ITSELD AS SAVIORS WHEN IN REALITY: IF THESE GAMES WERE ANYTHING LIKE REAL LIFE, AMERICA WOULD BE THE WORLDS VILLAIN.

    GENOCIDE OF HALF A MILLION AFGHANI/IRAQI IS NECESSARY ACCORDING TO AMERICAN WARHAWKS.


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    1. https://www.newsweek.com/watch-madeleine-albright-saying-iraqi-kids-deaths-worth-it-resurfaces-1691193

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    2. Yankee go home!

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    3. Another cultural tool for the dumbing-down of America!

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    4. 10:19
      I am sorry I don't read comments with all capitals.

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    5. It's like the movie Idiocracy.

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    6. 10:19 Exactly, commonly their version of stuff about other countries (or their own) differs from reality. Can give endless examples of movies depicting Mexico with unrealistic stuff. Of course videogames are not an exception. Now kids will think they "know" how things are in Mexico and they will feel the new Cartel experts.

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    7. “Now kids will think they "know" how things are in Mexico and they will feel the new Cartel experts.”

      Isn’t this how it is worth those who listen to narco corridos? Most of these people don’t even travel to Mexico but some how they’re experts and assume that on every corner there’s crime going on.

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    8. But now they will see Narcos on netflix, or play this game and will pretend to know what is happening in Mexico. Not a fan but prefer corridos by far.

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    9. @643 you damn liberal 🗽

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    10. Well the war in Afghanistan wasn’t an illegal war whereas the war in Iraq was so there is a difference there. Also I like how you say “games” like they make cartel games all the time or something..

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    11. 😐744 is "woke"

      I'm sorry to burst your little liberal bubble, but the Afghanistan invasions was very much illegal, just like any of the proxy wars America has participated in , the last 20-30 years.

      The 911 attacks were used as an excuse to invade, plus if you ever have time, and are interested, turn off CNN, go research who created/funded Al-Qaeda and for what reasons, it damn sure wasn't Afghani government.


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  4. Plot twist: el sin nombre is in reality, el mencho. I find it hilarious how American special forces are always saving the world from problems they themselves have created 😭🤣

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    1. 10:25 Exactly!

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    2. Please explain how America created Mencho

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    3. Our (yes im American) desire to use and sell the drugs Mencho makes and sells is how we created Mencho. When Mencho is no more,someone will take his place until the products they peddle are no longer in heavy demand...Now can you please tell us what America does to stop the Mencho's of the world?

      If you dare say we arrest them then tell us if thats helping.

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    4. Eradicate the desperate desire you Americans have for drugs?

      Perhaps your government should take some initiative instead of funding proxy wars across the globe? Maybe, care for its mummified citizens first?

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    5. You should probably start by learning how american funded al-qaeda , ISIS.

      Then skip on along to the powerful, handsome, testosterone filled, Don Mencho. Don Mencho.

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    6. El mencho is definitely the Hugh Hefner of the narco world.

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  5. I SMELL A BLOCKBUSTER .... AMIGOS 👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿

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    1. I know, right? Hoping tho, that they don't utilize the mass killings of innocent civilians. This version will probably go right to the top.

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  6. The first 4 hours....https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XV8vBqNu9nI&t=13s

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  7. It’s actually not a “Narco Ballad”… 141 is referring to the Mexican Special Forces in the game.. the leader of them being “Alejandro Vargas, grupo los Vaqueros”

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    1. Bro you sound like you play free-fire get lost!

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  8. ADD ME ON COD:WARZONE

    "ELMAYOISELCHAPO"

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