Is El Chapo Mexico’s Osama Sim Laden?

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Are there laws against showing dead bodies in Mexican or (our) media?

Mexico has its very own, never-ending internal drug war going on.

It behooves this site to ask: is El Chapo, with all his power to terrorize the state, a real person with real power?

Is it possible he’s a state invention to keep a police state-like control over the people?

Heavy gunfire consumed the streets of Culiacán on Thursday, as Mexican security forces struggled to fend off members of the Sinaloa cartel, once led by notorious drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Members of the cartel deployed across the city with military-grade weapons, a remarkable, live-streamed glimpse into their ability to overwhelm the state.

nationalpost.com/news/world/el…

Bloody photos available at the link.

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3 thoughts on “Is El Chapo Mexico’s Osama Sim Laden?

  1. barbm124

    All wars are scripted including the war on terror and the war on drugs. I watched “The Counselor” recently, this Ridley Scott movie with lots of stars and a very absurd story. If there is a war between “The Cartel” and “The State” going on, one side had to win it occasionally already. No war can go on for long. If the cartel is so strong that it can successfuly put up some resistance why stop there and why not take completely over? If the state really has the power to subdue the resistance why not destroy the cartel once and for all? It is as scripted as the Italian mafia fairy tale.

  2. geris

    Interesting story, I saw some supossed gunfight videos, but I couldn’t make much of it, I tend to think that narco violence is real because the money incentive is very strong and Mexico is route for drugs into the USA.

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