Posted on November 10, 2019

Photos: The Violence and Chaos to Our South (Also Known as Mexico)

Chris Roberts, American Renaissance, November 10, 2019

The news of nine Americans slaughtered at the hands of drug cartels in northern Mexico has shocked Americans. Tragic as these killings were, they were not that unusual for Mexico, parts of which seem to be in a state of permanent anarchy. Its government has been incapable of controlling gangs and drug dealers that dominate parts of the country — and that has been the case for well over a decade. This past Tuesday, at least nine people were killed and 16 vehicles torched in a wave of violence in the northern city of Juárez.  The next day, farmers preparing a plot of land near Mexico City found 13 bags of human remains. Because the violence normally does not impact Americans, we don’t hear much about it.

If the American media begin reporting on the atrocities committed across Mexico, I suspect more of our own citizens would agree with Ann Coulter and support building the wall (especially since border walls work).  Not even liberal elites or devout Marxists want the USA to become the country where these photos were taken:

Bloodied Hand

From under a blanket the blood stained hand of a man is seen after he was assassinated in a drug related killing in the city of Culiacan, Sinaloa state the cradle of drug trafficking in Mexico. (Credit Image: © Louie Palu /


Mexican Soldier Stands Guard

A Mexican soldier stands guard by a bullet riddled vehicle in which two men were executed by drug cartel assassins. (Credit Image: © Louie Palu /


Nearly Dead Mexican

A man shot multiple times in drug related violence is pulled toward a stretcher by a medic in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. (Credit Image: © Louie Palu /


'Las Zetas' Members Arrested in Mexico

Here, Mexican police are transporting captured members of the “Los Zetas” cartel from Nuevo León (which borders the US), to Mexico City for processing. It is the police that have their faces covered, in an attempt to keep criminals from easily identifying them and meting out reprisals.
(Credit Image: © SSP / EFE / ZUMA Press)


Mexican Gangster Gold Guns

A government official displays weapons seized from captured cartel members. (Credit Image: © EFE /


Weapons and Drugs Seized from Los Zetas

More seized weapons and drugs. As you can see, the drug dealers of Mexico have plenty of equipment normally only found in militaries. (Credit Image: © EFE /


Mexican Homemade Drug Tank

Mexican cartels even build their own military-style tanks, such as this one, seized by Mexican authorities near the US border. (Credit Image: © Caters News /


Los Zetas Propaganda for the Military

It is not unusual for the military to patrol the streets in Mexico in an attempt to establish order, as seen in this photo. However, that white banner you see is an add from Los Zetas offering military men good wages if they lay down their arms and join the gang. (Credit Image: © EFE /


Mexican Navy in the Streets

Soldiers of the Mexican Navy guard a street in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico. (Credit Image: © Xinhua via ZUMA Wire)


Mexican Army Ambushes A Camp Of Los Zetas

Elements of the Mexican Army ambushed a camp occupied by the group known as ‘Los Zetas’, using helicopters and ground units. After a shootout, the army seized several trucks, grenade launchers, machine guns, grenades, rifles, pistols, cartridge belts, and uniform stands for the Zetas. (Credit Image: © El Universal / ZUMA Press)


Los Zetas Armory

More from the armory seized after the shootout described above. (Credit Image: © El Universal / ZUMA Press)


Mexican Gangster Money

Mexican Navy members present Eric Jovan Lozano Diaz, alias ‘Cucho,’ alleged financial agent of Miguel Angel Trevino, alias ‘El Z-40’, leader of criminal organization of Los Zetas, in Mexico City, Mexico. Lozano Diaz was arrested in Nuevo Laredo, in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. (Credit Image: © Mario Guzman / EFE /


Mexican Navy After Shootout

Members of Mexico’s Navy inspecting an apartment complex in Cuernavaca, Mexico, after a shootout with Sinaloa cartel members. (Credit Image: © Str / DPA /


Executed Mexicans

The bodies of men executed and dumped on the side of the highway in Navolato, Sinaloa. (Credit Image: © Louie Palu /


Sicario and Mexican Navy

A ‘sicario’ (hired gunman) dead after clash with members of Mexican Navy in an apartment complex in Cuernavaca, where drug lord Arturo Beltran Leyva and members of his Sinaloa cartel was shot dead. (Credit Image: © DPA /


Two Dead Mexicans

The bodies of men executed and dumped on the side of the highway in Navolato, Sinaloa. (Credit Image: © Louie Palu / zReportage / ZUMA)


Body Covered by Blanket

Surrounded by Mexican soldiers lies one of two men killed in a drug related assassination on a main street in broad daylight in Culiacan, Sinaloa which is the home turf of the Sinaloa Cartel in Mexico. (Credit Image: © Louie Palu /