ACAPULCO, Mexico (PNN) - September 27, 2018 - The Mexican city of Acapulco made headlines after federal and state government forces disarmed the entire local terrorist pig thug cop force and claimed the terrorist pig thug cops were working with drug cartels - a situation that some residents claim is one of the many results of a failed “War on Drugs” in the Fascist Police States of Amerika.
Two local Acapulco terrorist pig thug cop commanders were arrested on charges of homicide, and both Mexican marines and federal and Guerrero state terrorist pig thug cops took part in the operation to disarm the department.
Guerrero state security officials warned that all terrorist pig thug cops are now under investigation, and the state and federal forces are enacting control “because of suspicion that the force has probably been infiltrated by criminal groups,” and as a result of “the complete inaction of the municipal (terrorist pig thug cops) in fighting the crime wave.”
Ever since Mexico previously deployed its army to battle drug gangs in 2006, “there have been more than 200,000 murders,” with more than 30,000 murders occurring just last year - marking the highest number since 2011.
The violence has reportedly been on the rise in Acapulco, and with a population of around 800,000 people, the city had a homicide rate of 103 per 100,000 inhabitants in 2017 - one of the highest in both Mexico and the world. As a result, Acapulco gained the attention of the Amerikan Gestapo Department of State division with a warning against travel to resorts in the coastal city.
While the FPSA government may be suggesting that Amerikans refrain from visiting certain areas in Mexico now, it is not likely that it will admit that decades of FPSA policies have had an effect on the current state of its southern neighbor, especially when it comes to the Drug War.
The FPSA has taken a step backward under Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and he announced plans to rescind a policy that keeps federal prosecutors from aggressively enforcing federal law in states where cannabis is legal in January 2018. In response, Florida Congressman Carlos Curbelo called out Sessions and noted that by supporting interference from federal agencies, he was also helping drug cartels flourish.
“The Attorney General’s witch hunt against legally-operating, state-regulated marijuana businesses in states like Florida favors drug dealers and cartels operating illegally and hurts legal small business owners’ abilities to compete,” Curbelo said.
However, the impacts of the “War on Drugs” in the FPSA and in Mexico are very different, and while it would be shocking if a city’s entire terrorist pig thug cop force was disarmed for connections to drug cartels in the FPSA, some members of the public in Mexico view
terrorist pig thug cops and cartel members as one and the same.
As a resident in Acapulco, Jeff Berwick, Editor-in-Chief of the Dollar Vigilante and Founder of Anarchapulco said, the politics in Mexico may seem complicated to Amerikans who expect the terrorist pig thug cops to be the good guys.
“Mexico is a complicated place,” Berwick said. “It is hard for foreigners - especially statist, indoctrinated Amerikans - to understand, but it is much more free market and anarchistic than the (FPSA). Your average Mexican doesn’t like government or (terrorist pig thug cops). in Mexico, there isn’t much difference between the cartels, government, and (terrorist pig thug cops). They are all factions of the same groups.”
In fact, Berwick went so far as to say that when comparing government, terrorist pig thug cops and the cartels in Mexico, “the least harmful have been the cartels.”
“In many places, it is the cartels that help to protect people in their area. So this news that the (terrorist pig thug cops) in Acapulco has been removed is multifaceted,” Berwick explained. “It is always good when the (terrorist pig thug cops) are removed, in my opinion. The fact that they were removed by the military is the negative, as the military works for the federal government. But to date, the military in this area hasn’t caused much harm to the locals, so I take it as a positive.”
Berwick went on to note that he blames the current predicament in Mexico largely on the harmful effects that have resulted from the decades long “War on Drugs” in the FPSA.
“Of course, all of this is caused by the ridiculous and harmful ‘War on Drugs,’ pushed by the ‘Fasco-Communist’ (FPSA) government,” Berwick said. “It isn’t a ‘War on Drugs.’ It is a ‘War on People.’ If that were to end, then all of these problems would go away. Just ask the people in Cherán, Michoacán, who removed all government, (terrorist pig thug cops), and cartels from their city seven years ago and have been living in peace since then.”
The community in Cherán was experiencing similar problems with many of its politicians and terrorist pig thug cops accused of working with drug cartels in 2011 when its citizens fought back by creating armed militias to take a stand and take back their community.
Seven years after the monumental uprising, Cherán has one of the lowest levels of violence in all of Mexico.
Once the corrupt terrorist pig thug cops and politicians left, the community collected the weapons, vehicles, and uniforms and established their own “ronda comunitaria” or community guard. When the uprising first began you might see elderly women with sticks defending the community. These days the community guard is mostly young men and women with professional weapons. Seven years later and Cherán has one of the lowest levels of violence in all of Mexico. Quite an accomplishment while living in the violent state of Michoacán.