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CDG becoming desperate

El Regio
lol this is what CDG has? Salvadorenos? Guatelmatecos? lol

http://blip.tv/noticiasnews/arrestan-a-el-choche-lider-regional-del-c-d-g-y-a-11-miembros-en-montemorelos-n-l-5163262

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kylesam
Thats eveyone esp los Zetas too...jaja
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QuitaPuercos
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they are weak los zetas have basically taken all their turf.
just wait until the day sinaloa turns on them lmao los zetas wont be there this time to protect them.  
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El Regio
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I know... my point exactly. lol

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Bones
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Its gonna come down to Zetas vs. Sinaloa. Thats all there is to it.
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kylesam
Hell no, the Zetas are on everybody's shit list including in the US and Mexico, their asses are gonna hit hard and handed to them this year no question about that!!
LB
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LB
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Are you fucking retarded? Like really guy, you take this shit way too personally. You're not the least bit involved in any of this though, so why the do you care so much who wins? Why are you going out of your way to prove that your "team" is better? Both Zetas and CDG bus people in from central American countries, especially those with military experience, they have been doing it for years, they even mention it in that old interrogation video I think you linked, two of those guys were guatemalan, did you not watch it?

You want the truth about this whole thing? The truth is CDG is stronger now than it has been for years, they control more now than they did during the final years with the Zetas, when Zetas and CDG pretty much shared leadership. Zeta leaders kept strengthening their power base at the expense of CDG leaders, which forced the break. That's what started the war, CDG had to get a clean break from the Zetas to keep their own power base intact. Sure CDG doesn't have alot of territory now, but it's not less than they had when they were allied with the Zetas, and they have a much firmer grip on their territory now than they used to. The war forced CDG to restructure itself and expand, and on it's own it's certainly a much more formidable organization than it was with the Zetas.

But the thing is it's useless to discuss this issue as if it were two seperate nations warring, it's just not the case. These aren't top down organizations, it's not like the Mafia, there's no supreme boss whose word is law, these cartels are like feudal kingdoms, with powerful comandantes controlling their own fiefdoms. Sure there are kings but without the support of their vassals they're nothing. And it's all out war now, between all cartels, and the bosses have fewer and fewer tools to keep their people in line, that's why you're seeing new cartels spring up every other day.  The leaders of these cartels don't care about the power or prestige of their cartel, they only care about their own power and prestige. This is a war primarily between Z-40 on the one hand and R1 and M3 on the other, and all three have certainly benefited from it. These people have risen to the top of their respective organizations partly because of the war. The real losers are the old bosses, especially Lazcano whose power has drastically diminished, I mean at one point he was on the verge of running the entire thing. If you still insist on looking at this as a war between two nations then you'll find CDG has grown a bit stronger while the Zetas have lost some power, but neither organization is on the verge of defeat and the people who started the war have all gained power, whereas alot of old leaders have it.

Of course it's not certain these rising stars will be able to hold on to their newfound power, I think R1 and M3 are in a stronger position to hold on to their gains than 40, but that's a different discussion entirely.

 
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QuitaPuercos
@ lamanonegra is that true what it says on his fb page about the 40 golfas dead and also 3 marines dead???
J
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Like the last two posts, thanks.  The constant bickering is tiresome.   The violence in Gaudelupe and the threats against the Mayor and police, something is going on there, and shootouts in Nuevo Laredo, which as I understand it, is the Zeta's real stronghold, CDG is def. making inroads into Zeta plaza's. Z's are hitting the Matamorros and Reynosa plazas too, but I think Gulf is on the offensive much more then the defensive, and thats going strictly by the news coverage.
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El Regio
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I agree with Bones.

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El Regio
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Are you fucking retarded? Like really guy, you take this shit way too personally. You're not the least bit involved in any of this though, so why the do you care so much who wins? Why are you going out of your way to prove that your "team" is better? Both Zetas and CDG bus people in from central American countries, especially those with military experience, they have been doing it for years, they even mention it in that old interrogation video I think you linked, two of those guys were guatemalan, did you not watch it?

You want the truth about this whole thing? The truth is CDG is stronger now than it has been for years, they control more now than they did during the final years with the Zetas, when Zetas and CDG pretty much shared leadership. Zeta leaders kept strengthening their power base at the expense of CDG leaders, which forced the break. That's what started the war, CDG had to get a clean break from the Zetas to keep their own power base intact. Sure CDG doesn't have alot of territory now, but it's not less than they had when they were allied with the Zetas, and they have a much firmer grip on their territory now than they used to. The war forced CDG to restructure itself and expand, and on it's own it's certainly a much more formidable organization than it was with the Zetas.

But the thing is it's useless to discuss this issue as if it were two seperate nations warring, it's just not the case. These aren't top down organizations, it's not like the Mafia, there's no supreme boss whose word is law, these cartels are like feudal kingdoms, with powerful comandantes controlling their own fiefdoms. Sure there are kings but without the support of their vassals they're nothing. And it's all out war now, between all cartels, and the bosses have fewer and fewer tools to keep their people in line, that's why you're seeing new cartels spring up every other day.  The leaders of these cartels don't care about the power or prestige of their cartel, they only care about their own power and prestige. This is a war primarily between Z-40 on the one hand and R1 and M3 on the other, and all three have certainly benefited from it. These people have risen to the top of their respective organizations partly because of the war. The real losers are the old bosses, especially Lazcano whose power has drastically diminished, I mean at one point he was on the verge of running the entire thing. If you still insist on looking at this as a war between two nations then you'll find CDG has grown a bit stronger while the Zetas have lost some power, but neither organization is on the verge of defeat and the people who started the war have all gained power, whereas alot of old leaders have it.

Of course it's not certain these rising stars will be able to hold on to their newfound power, I think R1 and M3 are in a stronger position to hold on to their gains than 40, but that's a different discussion entirely.
Like really? lol I take it too serious... roflmao

I'm not the one writing multiple paragraphs all upset over a simple internet post. lol

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Only the first paragraph is about you.
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El Regio
Like really...

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