Joe Rogan | Mexico Cartel Power Goes Beyond Drugs w/Ed Calderon

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Scar
Scar - 20 days ago
Send in those marines, rangers, us special forces and kill anyone connected. Anyone. Even if its the kids of cartel members. Wipe the slate clean.
MrCgraham89
MrCgraham89 - Month ago
Laws don’t stop people from buying or using drugs—not the dealers or the drug users. According to doctors, prison time is not an effective cure for drug addiction, it’s actually a large producer of addicts. Any time there is a demand for a product, a supplier will appear if there’s money to be made, no matter how bloody the business. That’s basic supply/demand economics. So in addition to crushing the already nonexistent prospects of drug addicts, criminalizing any product or service just creates an untaxed, unregulated black-market, host to a slew of non-related criminal activity like slavery and murder.
Fun fact: 90% of the cocaine produced by the cartels is sold to Americans. The huge profits the cartels are receiving pays for their guns, which has in turn created a mass exodus of people fleeing from those regions. The USA has interment camps (wtf is happening over there Americans??) full of destitute refugees, women and children with the same story: they will be murdered by gangs if they go back. So..Everyone is trying to figure out how to combat the cartels but the solution is staring us in the face: Destroy the supply/demand making them rich by legalizing cocaine. In one fell swoop, there’s no more coke dealers, no cartels, no refugee crises, and all the money Americans spend on cocaine is TAXED. That means addicts pay for the public assistance they use, and why break into your house when there’s free drugs at the clinic?? Before you disagree, I hope you take good look at the criminalization of cocaine and other drugs, and ask yourself if the bloody violence, broken families and empty-eyed children seems like an acceptable side-effect in the war against all the primarily non-habitual coke users you are unlikely to be personally harmed by, ever. Well aside from asking those stupid frat kids to turn down the music at 4am
Jewel Ahmed
Jewel Ahmed - Month ago
May God give the people of Mexico a way out of their oppression. No wonder why they are fleeing this insane violence.
Upgrowth Revenue
Upgrowth Revenue - Month ago
You guys think mexico is bad ? Look at Honduras 🇭🇳, right below mexico, 10 times worst, it's the murder capital of the world. Mexico is child's play compared to Honduras. Lmao
allen thompson
allen thompson - Month ago
At one point, they are all classifed as unlivable places. Anything worse than that is meaningless.
Pancho Villa
Pancho Villa - 2 months ago
rogan asking a pocho about mexico🤣 its not bad living in mexico, i have a second home there and never have any problems, cartels are rare and dont show themselves if you are not involved cartels dont bother you
Mr White
Mr White - 2 months ago
Scum bags
aj bandaisimo
aj bandaisimo - 3 months ago
It's not Libya... It La Jolla ... Lmao 😂💀😂
Mason Archer
Mason Archer - 3 months ago
There’s no rangers in San Diego, joe.
Cisco4kid1990
Cisco4kid1990 - 3 months ago
the only thing is that they need to change the boarder agents from time to time like every 2 to 5 years don't allow them to be corrupt put a wall so they can't walk in put cameras on the wall have people watch them like Canada does have different leaders switch ever 5 years to 10 years as well so they can't get corrupt either stopping the drugs would be a billion dollars expense each year but yet Canada does it I mean come on you cant walk into Canada even as Americans they don't allow us in with out going through the board checks so why should we its that's simple you have to spend money to save your people but that's just it the gov doesn't care about its people they collect over a billion a year from the cartels look it up bro
V XXIII
V XXIII - 3 months ago
Until the US doesn't treat addicts not as criminals but as sick people that need treatment AND make assault weapons either harder to obtain or plain illegal to posses, the drug violence in Mexico is gonna keep spreading. There's people fighting against corruption and poverty (more than before) that are the main reason people join cartels and that's helping the good cause, but the main power of the drug gangs resides in their weapons and money. It's not just Mexican government that has let all of this happen, it's also because the US is full of guns and junkies and the Mexican criminals, being smartasses themselves, see a goldmine of oportunity to make profit out of it.
brrreakurself
brrreakurself - 3 months ago
Casually plucks Karachi and Pakistan out of thin air for being violent when Karachi isn’t even in the top 50. And Pakistan is a country not a city. Bigoted Rogan strikes again.
jc doneright
jc doneright - 3 months ago
Legalize it all will help tremendously. Definitely would standardize purity which would curtail some od
Chucky34k
Chucky34k - 3 months ago
He was probably talking about valentin elizalde
Bob
Bob - 3 months ago
I've done dmt multiple times. I've broken threw. Hasnt changed the fact that one of the only things i am passionate about is getting away with profitable crimes.
windinhishair10
windinhishair10 - 3 months ago
Tijuana is NOWHERE NEAR being the most dangerous city in the world. I miss the days when joe actually formed intelligent sentences.
sixty8 whiskey
sixty8 whiskey - 2 months ago
windinhishair10 it’s made lists of being just that. So yea it actually is
Gerry Garcia
Gerry Garcia - 3 months ago
Purotijuas
lacuevadelvampiro
lacuevadelvampiro - 3 months ago
i can see Azteks cursing the land, or setting up some kind of witch craft parameter in various territories.
Tomas Nofziger
Tomas Nofziger - 3 months ago
When I lived in Guanajuato during 2013, about 12 musicians in a popular band were stopped on a highway and taken out of their tour bus by a cartel—then assassinated. Not just one singer/songwriter, but the entire band. Then you have the government—using Pegasus Software leased from a company in Zionist Israel—intimidating and killing journalists, spokespersons and political dissenters ...
atotheg1991
atotheg1991 - 3 months ago
There are plenty of solutions for this problem if the Mexican government really commits to a change.
Twisted Muffin
Twisted Muffin - 3 months ago
7:35
Joe Jones
Joe Jones - 3 months ago
His nose is almost as shiny as Joe's head.
Mitchell Cumsteen
Mitchell Cumsteen - 3 months ago
Jamie, pull up some dmt.
Carlos Vreal
Carlos Vreal - 3 months ago
My brother was "secretario de seguridad publica" in Tijuana for a term, I was on leave from armed forces and he got multiple death threats and few bodyguards killed... Don't know who was in more danger me deployed to Iraq or him in Tj...
Madrrrrrrrrrrr
Madrrrrrrrrrrr - 3 months ago
Narco Cultura (2013) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2504022/
S. Hurd
S. Hurd - 3 months ago
A favorite taxi driver here in Oaxaca has a Santa Muerte statue on his dashboard. And we're a long way from the known cartel area.
Bob Patino
Bob Patino - 3 months ago
Its a como religión in México to worship death Like heathens back in the day
GoldenBoy
GoldenBoy - 3 months ago
Visited northern Mexico in 2017. I once got arrested for DUI, possession of marijuana, and Possession of coke. I was facing some real time, i was friends with the local cartel
Leader and as soon as I mentioned his name all charges were changed to assault on a police officer which was a 500 peso (25 dollar ) fine. I paid it and I was out in like 1 hour
Will Mcdade
Will Mcdade - 3 months ago
20 k cash for his head message me for details no bullshit
Will Mcdade
Will Mcdade - 3 months ago
this maggot doesn't know shit 80% of Mexico supports amlo. he is attacking the root of the problem. this faggo* doesn't know shit.
Arsalan Khan
Arsalan Khan - 3 months ago
Bro Karachi and Pakistan is not that bad 😂😂😂😂 I'm from Pakistan and compared to Mexico there's nothing happening there. Honestly I think Compton is worse than most of Pakistan 😂😂
Anthony S
Anthony S - 3 months ago
Fn steel a dime these days
Anthony S
Anthony S - 3 months ago
Some these murders people steel 10k or more of drugs from the cartels
Anthony S
Anthony S - 3 months ago
I'm not dealer
Anthony S
Anthony S - 3 months ago
I serve food, l can do well specialaly at the beaches
Anthony S
Anthony S - 3 months ago
Kimbo slice didnt listen, lifted weights etc. I use my jetski as my weight set
Anthony S
Anthony S - 3 months ago
Jesus dudes your a billion dollars cartel https://youtu.be/_7EzAs6znZw
Wtf
ValentinoE88
ValentinoE88 - 3 months ago
As someone from the 'inside', that lives in San Diego with ties to TJ, Sinaloa, Zacatecas, and Guadalajara, doesnt have a pocho ass accent, i can tell you this Ed character is full of shit. Probably too late and all of probably ate all he fed you but this is not at all accurate.
Carl Douglas
Carl Douglas - 3 months ago
drop bombs...like in iraq
aspen ladd
aspen ladd - 3 months ago
Underage sex trafficking is worse in mexico.
MarcOh
MarcOh - 3 months ago
I have family in Mexico City, el DF, so I’ve visited 3 times. Longest I’ve stayed was an entire summer so 2 months. Never once felt safe. A lot of police work side by side with cartels. If you’re a tourist, especially white, don’t leave your resort. Be safe
562fella
562fella - 3 months ago
Tijuanas no joke . When i go to my grandmas house i dress bummy . Youll get stabbed for your shoes and by the time the cops get there youve bled out to death .
Stevenjweber
Stevenjweber - 3 months ago
Fucking legalizing drugs removes the profitability
I
I - 3 months ago
Drug cartels are businesses in an impoverished country who cater to an under-served need..... The need for Americans to consume profuse amounts of drugs and rot their fucking brains away!!!
If it wasn't for shithead druggies like Joe Rogan, they wouldn't be murdering each other trying to make a buck selling Joe and his buddies drugs. America is responsible for the violence in Mexico. America created cartels in Columbia with their coke addiction in the 80's. The Mexican cartels became distributors who share a border with us after the Columbians couldn't smuggle in the drugs by sea or air easily.
America created MS-13 and 18th Street (in L.A.) and other street gangs who distribute illicit drugs and fight/kill over territory. Remove the profit motive of drugs and Mexico's and America's death rates and crime rates plummet.
So in summary, if you want to clean up America AND Mexico at once, go give some fentanyl to your local drug addicts and MAGA! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Hey, Joe try this fentanyl, err happy dragon powder! It'll get you so high you'll commune with God bro!
Ayush Agrawal
Ayush Agrawal - 3 months ago
I think they should declare mexico as independent existence of 8-9 cartel. Dealing it as Mexico is putting a blanket. Recognizing them individually will put on the international attention it deserves
Maria Love
Maria Love - 3 months ago
Joe Rogan the patron saint of podcast send us glory in a tahoe
I want that cat
I want that cat - 3 months ago
you can euthanize cartel members like there animals
Angel
Angel - 3 months ago
at 3:45 he's talking about Valetine Elizalde R.I.P
miguelkream
miguelkream - 3 months ago
joe “wow” rogan
Glenda Graham
Glenda Graham - 3 months ago
CHILDREN ARE DYING IN THOSE CAMPS STICK TOO COCO DIAZ AND ROCK STARS AND GENIUSES STOP SAYING WOW WATCH GOOD FELLOWS AGAIN LOVE U HATE YOUR POLITICS
Glenda Graham
Glenda Graham - 3 months ago
JOE ACTS LIKE A TRUMP FAN STOP THAT SIY BRO HES INSANE AND DANGER DONT BE STUPID
Brad Butcher
Brad Butcher - 3 months ago
Me: Joe are you still down for no wall or borders?
Joe: they got good DMT Bro..
Saud Asiri
Saud Asiri - 3 months ago
You trying to tell me the Cartel isn't a terrorist group? Maybe worst than ISIS and Qadah? And they're neighbors to the US and interfere with the US in a bad way. But yet, the US is not doing a thing about this and coming to the Mid-East to start shit up!
Bill Cosby
Bill Cosby - 3 months ago
Corridos is not the same as Narco corridos get your shit right
David Haley
David Haley - 3 months ago
TONY FERGUSON is the type of guy to write a folk song about how he overcame youtube comments
Saud Asiri
Saud Asiri - 3 months ago
If only Mexico had oil as much as Iraq then America would come to give them "liberty"!
Bob Patino
Bob Patino - 3 months ago
@Saud Asiri its acording to their needs and program for world domination. when its time its time. ps not saying you said bro, just leaving a comment like we all do. hydra dominatus!!
Saud Asiri
Saud Asiri - 3 months ago
Bob Patino im not even saying i wish the US to come to Mexico and start a war. Im just seeing the condescending way the US is handling the "terror" agenda. And how its always only in the mid-east.
Bob Patino
Bob Patino - 3 months ago
There is even more then you think. Mexico is the little baby brother so take care of him. You'll never know what. Is going to happen in the future.
Nicole Concepcion
Nicole Concepcion - 3 months ago
YouTube took this video off the trending list. Huuummmm I wonder why?
mbolduc
mbolduc - 3 months ago
Google loves that El Chapo money
giants323
giants323 - 3 months ago
When he said they die for messing with girlfriends of cartels he was talking about valentine elizalde like if you knew 🤓
Nitro Boy
Nitro Boy - 3 months ago
ISIS the poor mans Mexican cartel?
YouTube Criminal Mastermind
Nitro Boy worse
Frank Fingerman
Frank Fingerman - 3 months ago
People should know about the songs since it was shown on Breaking Bad
Aaron Alvarado
Aaron Alvarado - 3 months ago
This guy is exaggerating many of these claims and also confusing his historic analysis of the situation in Mexico. I’m at University of California student majoring in peace and reconciliation in Conflict- target analyses: Mexican Organized Crime. I’ve often visit Tijuana and stay their for weeks at a time, I’ve never been to Afghanistan, but I’m pretty sure that I would prefer to work in Tijuana!!! I would enjoy a discussion with this man! He’s fabricating....
I won’t bore anybody here with my thesis, simply just take some time to fact check and you’ll find that mutilation such as beheadings, specifically, those that are recorded for publicity respective to cartel and radical terrorism can be traced back to 2004 when the Taliban terrorized once more with the beheading of Journalist Nick Berg, you won’t find anything of such terrible nature committed by the Cartels until 2007, After Mexican President Felipe Calderon entered office and declared war against the Cartels. The PGR and the military focused on 3 cartels while the law enforcement was tasked with the smaller organizations, however, corruption led to a focus on 1 particular cartel, the Gulf Cartel who’s security force was a gang of former Mexican commandos who called them selves Los Zetas, who in my opinion are narco terrorist, thus this created power vacuums and opportunity’s for the most powerful crime organization in the world to move in on territory that had been dominated by the local cartels. Hence, Los Zetas are in fact the ones who were inspired by radical terrorist mutilations on video, from that a tipping point occurred in which every cartel and even posers from small non-cartel syndicates began using the fear tactic.
YouTube Criminal Mastermind
@Aaron Alvarado You haven't seen the Mexicans killing other Mexicans by peeling their faces off? The face peel video man.. aka funky town. Haven't you seen it??
Aaron Alvarado
Aaron Alvarado - 3 months ago
RUvideos Censorship Account what does that mean?
Aaron Alvarado
Aaron Alvarado - 3 months ago
jghgiroot yea, I would say the same, but he making statements and generalizations.. I’m going to conduct some research when I get out of work... if anyone has some links to his best known published works, please post them. Thanks
jghgiroot
jghgiroot - 3 months ago
Well he probably knows more than you, given that he was in Mexican law enforcement for decades.
YouTube Criminal Mastermind
Aaron Alvarado face peel
Steve Jones
Steve Jones - 3 months ago
Joe "So Taco Bell isn't authentic?" Rogan.
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