How do you train security forces to fight gangs/cartels in South America? Posted on May 13, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor
you train them
Train them with the US military, equip them with appropriate gear and create a superior battle rifle manufactured in your own country, and create a strong culture of honesty and responsibility.
Then nerf them with infinitely corrupt and petty civilian politicians so they can never be properly used.
This is the way
Death squads a la Einsatzgruppen
that just nets you a rebel army out in the back woods and more cartel activity
The best way to do this would be to put an end to government subsidies that prop up the price of narcotics. AKA end the the war on drugs.
As long as you have neighborhoods of Floyds ODing on fentanyl you can never defeat the cartels
Fent is synthetic and home made. Could just legalise local supply and put cartels out of business
>how do I remove weeds
By removing the conditions that allows for them to flourish
The key is having local police forces that can actually function, and federal/military forces that can step in to protect them if shit gets out of hand. Armies aren't very good at conducting investigations or prosecutions, and local police in Latin America tend to be underpaid, underequipped, undertrained, and corrupt.
An ideal workflow would be
>area is designated by government as in need of intervention due to gang warfare or cartel activity
>military come in, kill anyone who shoots at them, and establish physical security for the population
>military intelligence and interrogations gather intelligence on cartel sympathizers and plants in the area, these people are interned
>federal constabulary force takes over security duties, freeing military to go fuck up some other area
>federal constabulary trains new non-corrupt local police, self defense forces (especially in rural areas) and oversees the establishment of new judges, prosecutors, and state/local governments
>constabulary withdraws, but continues to monitor situation to make sure that local security forces don't get recorrupted or overwhelmed by cartels
Basically the "clear, hold, build" concept from counterinsurgency but adapted to dealing with criminal paramilitary groups instead.
t. been studying this exact issue for several years
>lead coup against the current Mexican government
>establish a monarchy and name yourself king
>torture all the corrupt politicians, police official and traitorous Mexican army and navy you capture for intelligence and information on cartel gays
>create Mexican death squads and lead them into cartel extermination campaigns, exterminate both cartel leaders and every sicario grunt that exists, basically anyone involved with it, leave no survivors
>kick all cartel gays from the cities, force them back into the mountains
>exterminate their convoys with drone strikes, set up ambushes while they retreat into the mountains, if they're not killed by gunfire, they'll starve to death or OD on any remaining drugs they have.
>kill or jail all cartel sympathizers and ban anything that glorifies and celebrates cartel culture (cartel corridos, tv shows, movies, "human" rights ~~*organizations*~~, clothing, etc.)
>basically, create and divulge a hatred for them, convince the masses that cartels are the enemy and are not welcome anywhere
>legalize drugs and blackmail glowies and Us politicians into doing the same in America
>after the dust settles, bring back the death penalty and exterminate any remaining cartel parasites that surrender
>establish better gun rights and slowly arm the population so if any criminal group or corrupt officials that to kick the population down they’ll have a harder time doing so.
>punish any type of corruption with the death penalty
this is the way hermanos, i hate cartel gays so much its unbearable, every time a group of them gets fuckin massacred by a mexican army squad i celebrate knowing that they can no longer harm innocent people
kill cartel gays
Follow the Argentine/Chilean example
sell crack to your own citizens?
The Argies were pretty lousy. Chile worked out though.
>nook Peru, Colombia, Afganistan, China, US and Europe
>no demand, no production = no money
Just pay them a lot. They've done studies and every single one pretty much just concludes that police/military are prone to corruption due to shitty wages. Ffs Mexico didn't adjust their police salary from 1970 levels until two fucking years ago. Chile and Panama upped police wages dramatically in the past and those correlated with major drops in corruption. Mexican Marines are paid very well by Mexican standards and they are also the least corrupt security institution in Mexico.
kek the last time the state police union in my manner went to bat with the state one part of the negotiations was a thinly veiled threat of turning a blind eye to cops on the take if they didn't bump salaries. "less resources for internal affairs oversight" and shit
Recruit from those who were wronged heavily by cartels and gangs.
>create a strong culture of honesty and responsibility.
train in alaska or some other remote place and execute quick raids on supply lines so they don't get culturally enriched by the locals
Publicly hang cartelfags on roadways and urban centers like the good old days