What do? Posted on May 19, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor What do PrepHoleommandos think abouth the Current Gangs VS Government war in El Salvador?
You said gang twice.
>be president of central American shithole.
>make deals with the corrupt military.
>make deals with the narcos.
>arrest the visible face of crime while the higher echelons have zero problems.
>brag about becoming a dictator while fucking with the opposition and sending the army to Congress.
>scam the entire country with Crypto.
>praised as "defender of freedom" by rightoids.
El Salvador is just further proof Latin Americans are still mud eating peasants living in the warlord era who will worship the first retard that lies to them charismatically enough. Peron, Vargas, Castro, Ortega, the Kirchner, Morales, Chavez, Maduro, Lula, Bolsonaro, Bukele, Castillo, AMLO and the others...
same populist shit just on different sides of the spectrum. but crap will be crap regardless of the alignment
This fag understand latinamericans perfectly. Sad but true.
Physically remove the genetically-underclass gang members and stop any further involvement they might have with the genepool is pretty based, tbh. If they can pull this off, it'll probably have a similar effect to a thousand year of winter, war, taxation, harsh punishment for crimes, and manorialism had in Western Europe. With the right demographic, salami-slicing away the rest of the corrupt system would be easy.
>No man Tucker had him on the presidente is basedo. Just like my heckin based Orban.
>salami-slicing away the rest of the corrupt system would be easy.
lol you don't know much about how these presidentes operate. Build allegiance, neutralize rivals (including gangs), slow rape the country for the rest of your life.
>lol you don't know much about how these presidentes operate.
I mean have any of them even tried to fix the demographic problem first and foremost? Also not sure if you're that anon but Pinochet was pretty effective and Chile is relatively functional, yeah?
>Build allegiance, neutralize rivals (including gangs), slow rape the country for the rest of your life.
Politics is dirty, more so in turd-world. Would you rather have the backing of the army, the police, the bureaucracy, and made some deal with gang leaders in order to remove a large swath of irredeemable criminals (effectively collapse those gang's manpower), or would you declare war on all of them at the same time, and have to fight against the army, the police, the bureaucracy PLUS those gangs at their full strength? Sure, Bukele may become corrupt with such power, but what other workable solutions are there?
TOTAL MS-13 DEATH
TOTAL 18TH STREET DEATH
I have seen MS-13 in America and it is surreal to see them fighting their government back in El Salvador. I'd assume their end goal in this conflict is to just sell drugs.
Waste of time if they can't clean the no evident members of gangs, those the gang members that actually matters.
And the corrupted members inside the goverment.
And the borders.
Narcos have money, and time. It could be a 'vietnam' all again.
Jailing the street trash helps, but not enough.
>Jailing the street trash helps, but not enough.
They should just liquidate all the suspected street shitters in one mass operation and be done with it. If the Nazis could massacre 40,000 prisoners in a single day with bolt action rifles, then surely you can do better with assault rifles.
I know for a fact that South America is carved up and exploited by international business interests for primary resources and agriculture, not unlike Africa and South Asia.
And only Venezuela, the poorest nation in South America, does not comply with the zionist order. Very vocal friend of Palestine. Venezuela has the most crude oil reserves of any one single nation in the world. Even more than Saudi Arabia.
El Salvadorans have an organized crime presence in America and might be leveraging their gains towards a government conflict. As long as South America remains under this colonized imperial order, there will be tragic conflicts like these. Such as in Africa.
Unstable governments, conflicts like these, they are only "typical" in this part of the world because the entire content is essentially enslaved (except Venezuela) to an imperial economic order that dates back to the Conquistadors.
>Very vocal friend of Palestine.
bro, El Salvador is literally ruled by a Palestinian
I'm just speaking on Venezuela, but that is definitely relevant and worth mentioning.
That cartoon you post "the happy merchant" was created by an avowed satanist called Nick Dougas.
It's a pretty hateful depiction of Hebrew people and the situation in the Holy Land is very complex. I think it's not wise to spread satanic imagery and dehumanizing hate around.
It would be good to have peace instead of endless zionist aggression and ethnic cleansing of Palestinians, including the Christians and children being killed.
>El Salvadorans have an organized crime presence in America and might be leveraging their gains towards a government conflict.
why do central americans insist them shitting up both USA and their own country is the fault of USA?
MS-13 was started in LA and DC and deported into El Salvador. Before that we fucked with El Salvador hard in the 80s.
>Venezuela has the most crude oil reserves of any one single nation in the world
Isn't Venezuelan oil abysmally low quality and associated with high production costs?
Yes. It is basically tar.
>shit country has shit allies
muchos casos así
El gringo esquizo sñrs
they should adopt the israeli strategy and just repeatedly assassinate cartel leaders into uselessness
>opposition political parties supporting the gangs
Is that real?
I'm rusty on El Salvador but I don't believe it. No one likes the gangs but the previous parties failed to put them in line and they resist a lot of president bubble gum's moves because although they're fine and dandy now he's setting up a classic police state. A couple years back he sent the military into congress to watch them cast votes on a law to give him a lot of unchecked power to fight the gangs. If you aren't "with him" you're against him.
El Salvador is a real tragedy of a nation.