Skip to comments.Mexico Drug Cartels ... Steeped in Witchcraft, Human Sacrifice.. Demonic Influence?
Posted on 02/03/2012 3:33:37 PM PST by cakid1
Mexico Drug Cartels ... Steeped in Witchcraft, Human Sacrafice.. Demonic Influence?
According to a Christian pastor who serves along the Texas-Mexican border drug cartels are tied to human sacrifice, witches, and " the adoration of death in ancient Aztec days."
David Elijah says...
"There are few places in America more evil, or more steeped in witchcraft and demonic influences, along with false prophets, divination and corruption, than the border region of northern Mexico and the Rio Grande Valley of south Texas.."
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This is par-for-the-course in Mexico. Most unfortunately.
The H.S. makes them cower, when they meet at all.
The U.S. has its own satanic things, but they are not the same as Mexico’s.
No Wonder they get along with the Hezbollah people so well.....Both demonic death cults that need to be eradicated!! Seal the border now!
That's a fine description of the war on drugs which enables the cartels to exist.
Why would this surprise you?
SA has a history of these things.
I do find it odd that the old ways are making a comeback via the drug cartels.
Just 15 years ago it was safe to sleep on the beach.
What we are witnessing is power through terror.
It happens in the Middle East everyday.
Central America does, and maybe it’s migrating more into Mexico now (even though Mexico makes some pretty stiff efforts to keep Central Americans out).
Could be a confluence of unanticipated consequences. The Sudafed crackdowns in the USA drastically reduced the number of clandestine drug labs here, but has also pushed meth production into Mexico. Also as the USA seemed to freely accept the most enterprising of Mexicans, invited or no, as Mexico itself encouraged them to go north, the lazy riffraff is left behind in Mexico.
Meth is bad juju.
That there is a drug that could explain insane behavior.
Pot and Tequila don’t make people act that way.
Coke can get close but even that wont make people psychotic like the Meth will.
While a lot of people seemingly make sense when they protest the idea of restrictions on potent drugs being made laxer, with meth as a particularly bad boy, it also seems to ignore the historical truth that when physicians and pharmacists were the de facto gateways, just by asking, for things as potent as morphine: abuse was less frequent, less intense and less likely to lead to gross violence and destructive crime even if people let their own lives go to, well, pot. Open socialization really did ameliorate the worst harms connected to drug abuse, as was later to be learned about alcohol after the end of its ill fated ban. I personally believe that pot ought to be added back to the pharmacopoeia and that any licensed physicians, as long as they have adequate and reasonable insurance, should be able to prescribe it as freely as something like Valium.
Aw, you’re all crazy. These poor people are all religious and family oriented; they’d all make fine Americans! (/sarc)
On a more serious note, I recently secured a drug distribution center after a LEO raid. Inside was a virtual shrine to the weirdest group of garish icons you’ve ever seen; Christ, Mary and saint relics and icons in neon blue and indian style art. Posters, figurines, all kinds of bizarre stuff. Very religious folks and very much into trying to influence ‘God’ into helping them with the drug sales.
Witchcraft?!! I am shocked that the drug cartels would stoop so low.
Sounds like they are returning to their Toltec / Aztec roots.
There is a huge underground movement in that direction even in this Country. There are Mexicans who are dedicated to taking back much of our Country and reinstating their evil religion. It is seen as a matter of national and ethnic pride.
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