The Mexican drug cartels are now advertising for young people to step up and come and join their ranks to fight the Mexican army. The ads and banners are based on the premise that those who join will earn good money, have food and a place to stay, even during training. El Diario has learned that this same type of advertising is planned for Juárez, TJ and other Mexican border cities.
Mexican drug cartels, according to recent news reports, have military-style training camps on and near the border with the United States. These training camps are for military-style assassins. Federal officials say these camps have instructors from Afghanistan and other Middle Eastern countries who teach the latest military combat tactics used in Iraq and Afghanistan by Islamic radicals fighting and killing US and allied troops in those countries. Mexican officials admit they know of special training camps in the Mexican states of Tamaulipas and Michoacán, where newly recruited Zetas take intensive six-week training courses in weapons, tactics and intelligence gathering.
Iran is believed to provide at least some of the money for this recruitment and training program. Training camps are teaching gorilla hit-and-run techniques. Cells of Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs) have sent their seasoned veterans to oversee the training of new troops and lead the war against the Mexican government on behalf of the Mexican cartels. Trained fighters from al-Qaida, Hizballah (Party of God), Hamas (Islamic Resistance Movement) and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) have been seen in Mexico and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has reported that cells of these Terrorist organizations are believed here in the US as well. According to a well placed CIA agent.
The El Paso Journal has been informed by an anonymous caller claiming to be a Mexican cartel lieutenant who said in advance, “that the Mexican drug cartels would be advertising recruits to train as cartel soldiers to fight the Mexican army that has been sent to the border with the United States to extinguish the Mexican drug cartels. Just today, a week or so since he made the predictions, banners were put up on a main artery in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, announcing recruits. He also said that they would be advertising on the Internet, which has also happened. His predictions have been accurate so far. He said the Mexican army got to every border town before them. The Journal has not reported any of his predictions to date without confirmation from other unrelated and reliable independent sources.
The Mexican government first became aware that radical Islamic militants were already beginning to infiltrate the country in statements by high-ranking Mexican officials before and after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that indicated “that organizations Islamic extremists have tried to establish a presence in Mexico. .
Mexico’s former national security adviser and ambassador to the United Nations, Adolfo Aguilar Zinser, stated that “Spanish and Islamic terrorist groups are using Mexico as a refuge… Given this situation, investigations continue to dismantle these groups so that they can don’t cause trouble.” He also mentioned that the terrorist groups in question are located in the northern part of the country. The “Islamic people” in Mexico sparked speculation among observers that the Lebanese Shiite terrorist organization Hezbollah has established cells in Mexico.
Comments made by Mexican public officials indicate the real possibility that al Qaeda cells are present in Mexico and could potentially attempt to cross the southwestern border of the United States to carry out additional attacks.
The former director of the Center for Intelligence and National Security of Mexico (Center for Intelligence and National Security-Cisen), Eduardo Medina Mora, remarked that “the possibility of an al Qaeda attack against the United States launched from Mexico cannot be ruled out.”
The official of the National Institute of Migration (INM) Felipe Urbiola Ledezma made more alarming statements during statements to the press, Urbiola said: “We have people in Mexico linked to terrorism and we are constantly observing unusual migratory flows…[people connected to] ETA, Hizbollah and even some with links to Osama Bin Laden.”
Other terrorist and criminal groups are found in Mexico, including Russian mafia groups such as Poldolskaya, Mazukinskaya, Tambovskaya, and Izamailovskaya, which have been detected in Mexico. The Moscow-based Solntsevskaya gang is also reported to be present in the country, as are other mafia gangs from Chechnya, Georgia, Armenia, Lithuania, Poland, Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, Albania and Romania. Its main activities include drug and arms trafficking, money laundering, prostitution, trafficking in women from Central and Eastern Europe and Russia, alien smuggling, kidnapping and credit card fraud.
Reforma, a major Mexican newspaper, reported that US intelligence agencies had detected an association between the Tijuana-based Arellano-Félix Organization (AFO) and Russian mafia groups based in Southern California. In another article, Reforma reported that members of the former KGB-affiliated Kurganskaya group in San Diego had met with AFO agent Humberto Rodríguez Bañuelos.
Reforma reported that for at least the last ten years the Russian mafia has been supplying Mexican drug traffickers with radars, automatic weapons, grenade launchers and small submersibles in exchange for cocaine, amphetamines and heroin. He cited a 1996 undercover operation in which undercover DEA agents posing as members of the Russian mob sold Carillo Fuentes agents 300 AK-47s and ammunition in Costa Rica.
Even ten years ago, ten Russians, including four known members of the Russian mafia, were arrested at Mexico City’s international airport while arriving on a KLM flight from Amsterdam. Mafia members included Aleksandr Zakharov, one of the leaders of the Moscow mafia and founder of Uralinvest, who is known to have a leading role in organized crime in Russia. Another detainee was Nicolay Novikov, director of Uralinvest who had been imprisoned on three previous occasions for arms trafficking. A third was Yevgeniy Sazhayev, who had been arrested on two previous occasions for drug trafficking. The fourth was Vladimir Titov, wanted for several murders and who had escaped from various Russian prisons with the help of the mob. The four men, who were traveling with six women, were apparently en route to Acapulco and Cancun. The group was reportedly deported. The head of Interpol in Mexico, Juan Manuel Ponce, corroborated reports that the group had been carrying weapons and a substantial amount of cash.
According to Mexican analyst Jorge Fernández Méndez, the capos of the Russian mafia had come to Mexico to mediate in the gang war being waged between the CFO and several other groups for control of drug trafficking routes in Mexico in the wake of the death. by Alejandro Paez. .
It is well known that the Russian mafia is deeply embedded in the criminal fabric of the Mexican drug cartels and still today plays an important role in supplying weapons and other weapons to the cartels and are providers of drug smuggling, money laundering , prostitution, trafficking in women from Eastern and Central Europe and Russia, foreign and terrorist smuggling, kidnapping for ransom.
The self-proclaimed lieutenant of the Mexican drug cartel says that “we will offer Mexican soldiers very attractive pay packages and other benefits to cross and work for us.” He told the magazine that we can expect that new development to happen soon. He also predicts that “active-duty Mexican soldiers and Mexican Federal Police agents will be killed by well-armed and trained cartel soldiers.”
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