The Curse of Santa Muerta: Washington D.C. legalization of pot and the “narco” culture

On August 25, 2011, four vehicles loaded with armed Los Zetas gunmen pulled up to the entrance of Casino Royale in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. After spraying the entrance of the casino with gunfire, they dumped gallons of gasoline at the doors and set the building ablaze. Officials claim that 52 people, mostly women, were killed in the resulting fire. Some sources indicate that the body count may have been even higher. When several members of Los Zetas were arrested, they claimed they had not intended to kill anyone, but were simply trying to intimidate the owners of the casino, who had refused to pay extortion money.

http://listverse.com/2013/08/22/ten-atrocities-committed-by-mexican-drug-cartels/

To those who passively contemplate support of the open border movement which is a major push behind amnesty and the current flood of illegal immigrants over the southern American border, and support the legalization of marijuana you are functioning from the possession of Santa Muerta, the grim reaper-like figure of the Mexican people. She has had many tributes paid to her begging safe passage of drug trafficking shipments into the United States and is the premier deity of the drug culture cartels which currently run Mexico with as much furious terrorism as ISIS is conducting in Iraq and the Syrian border. To understand how much of a threat these terrorist organizations are to American life–watch the video below. To understand how much they have penetrated our culture from the streets of New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago on down to the smallest street in the Midwest—to the music industry, into movies, into the “gangsta’ culture” of little street thugs who walk around with their pants halfway pulled down playing Grand Theft Auto into the small hours of the morning—the many shrines to Santa Muerta can be found along the coveted I-35 artery in Southern Texas. It is that curse against America invoked by the drug lords of Mexico—who have shaped young American minds and seek to destroy the country one drug shipment at a time.

Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte or, colloquially, Santa Muerte (Spanish for Our Lady of the Holy Death), is a female folk saint venerated primarily in Mexico and the Southwestern United States. A personification of death, she is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife by her devotees.[1] Despite opposition by the Catholic Church, her cult arose from popular Mexican folk belief, a syncretism between indigenous Mesoamerican and Spanish Catholic beliefs and practices. Since the pre-Columbian era Mexican culture has maintained a certain reverence towards death,[2] which can be seen in the widespread commemoration of the syncretic Day of the Dead.[3] Elements of that celebration include the use of skeletons to remind people of their mortality.[4] The worship is condemned by the Catholic Church in Mexico as invalid, but it is firmly entrenched among Mexico’s lower working classes and various elements of society deemed as “outcasts”.[5]

Santa Muerte generally appears as a female skeletal figure, clad in a long robe and holding one or more objects, usually a scythe and a globe.[6] Her robe can be of any color, as more specific images of the figure vary widely from devotee to devotee and according to the rite being performed or the petition being made.[7] As the worship of Santa Muerte was clandestine until the 20th century, most prayers and other rites have been traditionally performed privately in the home. However, for the past ten years or so, worship has become more public, especially in Mexico City after Enriqueta Romero initiated her famous Mexico City shrine in 2001.[4][8][9] The number of believers in Santa Muerte has grown over the past ten to twenty years, to several million followers in Mexico, the United States, and parts of Central America. Santa Muerte has similar male counterparts in the Americas, such as the skeletal folk saints San La Muerte of Argentina and Rey Pascual of Guatemala.[9]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Muerte

Santa Muerte is now found commonly on college campuses all across America, in marijuana stores particularly in Denver and soon Washington D.C. She is a direct result of the drug cartels and their products—which is essentially the economy of the oppressed Mexicans—oppressed by the terrorism of the drug trade—a product designed to destroy human minds for short-term relief by mental evasion. No culture can survive drug abuse and with each state which ponders the legalization of marijuana for any reason—for every libertarian who begs for the “right to get high” Santa Muerte is whispering in your ear for acceptance of her death grip on your life—sent to you from the offerings given by the drug runners of the cartels.

If American law enforcement wanted to catch these drug runners all they would have to do is arrest those offering flowers, candy, fruits, water, bread or incense to the many shrines along southern American highways. There is nearly a 100% chance that a major drug trafficker would be caught. But for every cartel worker caught and put in jail covered in Santa Muerte tattoos another takes his place because Americans want to get stoned, they want to conduct their lives under the influence of intoxicants and wish to give in to the temptations promised by the evil hand of Santa Muerte who dances through their dreams with rebellious rapture and declarations of independence away from their parents of square minded conservatives.

The drug lords of Mexico fight each other constantly for territorial rights into the points of entry into America—like the I-35 corridor—which result in the kind of assassinations described at the Casino Royale in Monterrey. Those drug lords consult the supernatural aid of Santa Muerte and hope that with all the billions of dollars they inject into open border polices through American magazines, music, and movies that the minds of America will loosen up. The resistance to their drug products by American law enforcement will make legalization more appealing if supernatural aid lends a hand. Sante Muerte does not wish to operate so discreetly—she wants to be out in the open and have shrines of tribute to her from every home that has been touched by her vile evil. By flooding the border with immigrants it makes drug trafficking easier losing less shipments per run past American authorities. And with every stoned abuser in the States an alley to Sante Muerte is utilized. With legalization of marijuana comes a guaranteed supply of Mexico’s top product flowing across the border as a legitimate business. The governments of Mexico believe they can then gain control of their cartels by making the illegal activity legal and taxable—which will take away the massive profits currently enjoyed. But the drug cartels also support legalization because they can then operate legitimately out in the open and will no longer have to hide in the mountains of the Sierra Madre. They will be free to live on the coasts in Mexico, in the resort towns and sell their product directly. As resistance to border patrols weakens the DEA seizure of shipments there is more of a chance of the products reaching their destinations in Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Kansas City. With legalization of marijuana it will make smuggling cocaine, opium, and other drugs much more profitable mixed in with those shipments. That is the real intention of drug legalization and open borders advocated by the drug cartels.

Santa Muerte is the demon who is attempting to whisper America into a curse induced sleep—who seduces politicians into loose border policies so to help the drugs get to their destinations, to the abusers who want those drugs, and to the short-lived seduction of their result. Santa Muerte influence is spreading among young people who have adopted the word “narco” to refer to a lifestyle they wish to embody delivered to their minds by Santa Muerte through music and video games carrying her influence to the rudderless youth of the millennial generation. After the election of 2014 and vote to legalize marijuana in Washington D.C. it is the granted wish of Santa Muerte at work eating the offered fruit of a drug lord in Northern Mexico–fulfilling their wishes that is most at work. Soon the system will be overwhelmed, and the DEA will be defunded and Santa Muerte will rule the economy of America for the first time in history—out in the open.

Santa Muerte is already in the life of most Americans and is far more dangerous than ISIS or any Islamic driven terrorist organization. They have penetrated the culture of the United States to such an extent that they operate nearly invisible to the inquiries of the media and the conscious mind of the typical suburbanite. Santa Muerte is in the bars of Key West and strewn throughout the Caribbean and has gently whispered America into a deep sleep by her intoxicating curses of inaction. She is the greatest threat to America that there is as she is the mistress of the many drug cartels and their vile evil which seeks to destroy American capitalism with “narco-capitlism” which is essentially a more brutal form of communism. To understand it read this example from a New Yorker story of May 5th by Patrick Radden Keefe—a remarkable tale called “The Hunt for El Chapo.” Read the whole story at the link following.

Guzmán had other weaknesses. “He loves the gourmet food,” a D.E.A. official told me. From time to time, he would be spotted at an elegant restaurant in Sinaloa or in a neighboring state. The choreography was always the same. Diners would be startled by a team of gunmen, who would politely but firmly demand their telephones, promising that they would be returned at the end of the evening. Chapo and his entourage would come in and feast on shrimp and steak, then thank the other diners for their forbearance, return the telephones, pick up the tab for everyone, and head off into the night.

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/05/05/the-hunt-for-el-chapo

That is “narco-capitalism” and the desire of Sante Muerte for America—and she’s in your life one way or another right now and her influence is gaining momentum quickly.

Rich Hoffman

www.OVERMANWARRIOR.com

 

 

 

On August 25, 2011, four vehicles loaded with armed Los Zetas gunmen pulled up to the entrance of Casino Royale in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. After spraying the entrance of the casino with gunfire, they dumped gallons of gasoline at the doors and set the building ablaze. Officials claim that 52 people, mostly women, were killed in the resulting fire. Some sources indicate that the body count may have been even higher. When several members of Los Zetas were arrested, they claimed they had not intended to kill anyone, but were simply trying to intimidate the owners of the casino, who had refused to pay extortion money.

 

http://listverse.com/2013/08/22/ten-atrocities-committed-by-mexican-drug-cartels/

 

To those who passively contemplate support of the open boarder movement which is a major push behind amnesty and the current flood of illegal immigrants over the southern American border, and support the legalization of marijuana you are functioning from the possession of Santa Muerta, the grim reaper-like figure of the Mexican people. She has had many tributes paid to her begging safe passage of drug trafficking shipments into the United States and is the premier deity of the drug culture cartels which currently run Mexico with as much furious terrorism as ISIS is conducting in Iraq and the Syrian boarder. To understand how much of a threat these terrorist organizations are to American life–watch the video below. To understand how much they have penetrated our culture from the streets of New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago on down to the smallest street in the Midwest—to the music industry, into movies, into the “gangsta’ culture” of little street thugs who walk around with their pants halfway pulled down playing Grand Theft Auto into the small hours of the morning—the many shrines to Santa Muerta can be found along the coveted I-35 artery in Southern Texas. It is that curse against America invoked by the drug lords of Mexico—who have shaped young American minds and seek to destroy the country one drug shipment at a time.

Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte or, colloquially, Santa Muerte (Spanish for Our Lady of the Holy Death), is a female folk saint venerated primarily in Mexico and the Southwestern United States. A personification of death, she is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife by her devotees.[1] Despite opposition by the Catholic Church, her cult arose from popular Mexican folk belief, a syncretism between indigenous Mesoamerican and Spanish Catholic beliefs and practices. Since the pre-Columbian era Mexican culture has maintained a certain reverence towards death,[2] which can be seen in the widespread commemoration of the syncretic Day of the Dead.[3] Elements of that celebration include the use of skeletons to remind people of their mortality.[4] The worship is condemned by the Catholic Church in Mexico as invalid, but it is firmly entrenched among Mexico’s lower working classes and various elements of society deemed as “outcasts”.[5]

Santa Muerte generally appears as a female skeletal figure, clad in a long robe and holding one or more objects, usually a scythe and a globe.[6] Her robe can be of any color, as more specific images of the figure vary widely from devotee to devotee and according to the rite being performed or the petition being made.[7] As the worship of Santa Muerte was clandestine until the 20th century, most prayers and other rites have been traditionally performed privately in the home. However, for the past ten years or so, worship has become more public, especially in Mexico City after Enriqueta Romero initiated her famous Mexico City shrine in 2001.[4][8][9] The number of believers in Santa Muerte has grown over the past ten to twenty years, to several million followers in Mexico, the United States, and parts of Central America. Santa Muerte has similar male counterparts in the Americas, such as the skeletal folk saints San La Muerte of Argentina and Rey Pascual of Guatemala.[9]

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Muerte

 

Santa Muerte is now found commonly on college campuses all across America, in marijuana stores particularly in Denver and soon Washington D.C. She is a direct result of the drug cartels and their products—which is essentially the economy of the oppressed Mexicans—oppressed by the terrorism of the drug trade—a product designed to destroy human minds for short term relief by mental evasion. No culture can survive drug abuse and with each state which ponders the legalization of marijuana for any reason—for every libertarian who begs for the “right to get high” Santa Muerte is whispering in your ear for acceptance of her death grip on your life—sent to you from the offerings given by the drug runners of the cartels.

 

If American law enforcement wanted to catch these drug runners all they would have to do is arrest those offering flowers, candy, fruits, water, bread or incense to the many shrines along southern American highways. There is nearly a 100% chance that a major drug trafficker would be caught. But for every cartel worker caught and put in jail covered in Santa Muerte tattoos another takes his place because Americans want to get stoned, they want to conduct their lives under the influence of intoxicants and wish to give in to the temptations promised by the evil hand of Santa Muerte who dances through their dreams with rebellious rapture and declarations of independence away from their parents of square minded conservatives.

 

The drug lords of Mexico fight each other constantly for territorial rights into the points of entry into America—like the I-35 corridor—which result in the kind of assassinations described at the Casino Royale in Monterrey. Those drug lords consult the supernatural aid of Santa Muerte and hope that with all the billions of dollars they inject into open border polices through American magazines, music, and movies that the minds of America will loosen up. The resistance to their drug products by American law enforcement will make legalization more appealing if supernatural aid lends a hand. Sante Muerte does not wish to operate so discreetly—she wants to be out in the open and have shrines of tribute to her from every home that has been touched by her vile evil. By flooding the border with immigrants it makes drug trafficking easier losing less shipments per run past American authorities. And with every stoned abuser in the States an alley to Sante Muerte is utilized. With legalization of marijuana comes a guaranteed supply of Mexico’s top product flowing across the border as a legitimate business. The governments of Mexico believe they can then gain control of their cartels by making the illegal activity legal and taxable—which will take away the massive profits currently enjoyed. But the drug cartels also support legalization because they can then operate legitimately out in the open and will no longer have to hide in the mountains of the Sierra Madre. They will be free to live on the coasts in Mexico, in the resort towns and sell their product directly. As resistance to border patrols weakens the DEA seizure of shipments there is more of a chance of the products reaching their destinations in Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Kansas City. With legalization of marijuana it will make smuggling cocaine, opium, and other drugs much more profitable mixed in with those shipments. That is the real intention of drug legalization and open borders advocated by the drug cartels.

 

Santa Muerte is the demon who is attempting to whisper America into a curse induced sleep—who seduces politicians into loose border policies so to help the drugs get to their destinations, to the abusers who want those drugs, and to the short-lived seduction of their result. Santa Muerte influence is spreading among young people who have adopted the word “narco” to refer to a lifestyle they wish to embody delivered to their minds by Santa Muerte through music and video games carrying her influence to the rudderless youth of the millennial generation. After the election of 2014 and vote to legalize marijuana in Washington D.C. it is the granted wish of Santa Muerte at work eating the offered fruit of a drug lord in Northern Mexico–fulfilling their wishes that is most at work. Soon the system will be overwhelmed, and the DEA will be defunded and Santa Muerte will rule the economy of America for the first time in history—out in the open.

 

Santa Muerte is already in the life of most Americans and is far more dangerous than ISIS or any Islamic driven terrorist organization. They have penetrated the culture of the United States to such an extent that they operate nearly invisible to the inquiries of the media and the conscious mind of the typical suburbanite. Santa Muerte is in the bars of Key West and strewn throughout the Caribbean and has gently whispered America into a deep sleep by her intoxicating curses of inaction. She is the greatest threat to America that there is as she is the mistress of the many drug cartels and their vile evil which seeks to destroy American capitalism with “narco-capitlism” which is essentially a more brutal form of communism. To understand it read this example from a New Yorker story of May 5th by Patrick Radden Keefe—a remarkable tale called “The Hunt for El Chapo.” Read the whole story at the link following.

 

Guzmán had other weaknesses. “He loves the gourmet food,” a D.E.A. official told me. From time to time, he would be spotted at an elegant restaurant in Sinaloa or in a neighboring state. The choreography was always the same. Diners would be startled by a team of gunmen, who would politely but firmly demand their telephones, promising that they would be returned at the end of the evening. Chapo and his entourage would come in and feast on shrimp and steak, then thank the other diners for their forbearance, return the telephones, pick up the tab for everyone, and head off into the night.

 

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/05/05/the-hunt-for-el-chapo

 

That is “narco-capitalism” and the desire of Sante Muerte for America—and she’s in your life one way or another right now and her influence is gaining momentum quickly.

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