A Plague in La Paz

Aside from relieving visiting gringos of their consciousness, valuables, and lives, what are our future fellow citizens in Mexico up to these days? According to a travel advisory issued this morning by the white supremacist State Department, the answer is: quite a bit. What follows is only a sample.

Gun battles between rival criminal organizations or with Mexican authorities have taken place on streets and in public places during broad daylight.

U.S. citizens have been murdered in carjackings and highway robberies, most frequently at night and on isolated roads. Carjackers use a variety of techniques, including roadblocks, bumping/moving vehicles to force them to stop, and running vehicles off the road at high speeds.

In some places, criminal organizations have erected their own unauthorized checkpoints, at times wearing police and military uniforms, and have killed or abducted motorists who have failed to stop at them.

Exercise caution in the northern state of Baja California, particularly at night. Criminal activity and violence, including homicide, remain an issue throughout the state

Criminal activity and violence remains an issue throughout the state of Chihuahua and its major cities. If you plan to drive in the state of Chihuahua, you should limit travel to daylight hours on major highways

Violence and criminal activity along the highways are a continuing security concern. U.S. government personnel may travel outside of the city of Durango only during daylight hours on toll roads.

U.S. citizens should defer all non-essential travel to the municipalities of Coacalco, Ecatepec, Nezahualcoyotl, La Paz, Valle del Chalco, Solidaridad, Chalco, Ixtapaluca, and Tlatlaya due to high rates of crime and insecurity…

Personal travel to the entire state of Guerrero, including Acapulco, is prohibited for U.S. government personnel. Self-defense groups operate independently of the government in many areas of Guerrero. Armed members of these groups frequently maintain roadblocks and, although not considered hostile to foreigners or tourists, are suspicious of outsiders and should be considered volatile and unpredictable.

U.S. government personnel must remain in tourist areas and are not allowed to use public transportation in Oaxaca City.

U.S. citizens should defer all non-essential travel to the state of Tamaulipas due to violent crime, including homicide, armed robbery, carjacking, kidnapping, extortion, and sexual assault. The number of reported kidnappings in Tamaulipas is among the highest in Mexico. State and municipal law enforcement capacity is limited to nonexistent in many parts of Tamaulipas. Violent criminal activity occurs more frequently along the northern border and organized criminal groups may target public and private passenger buses traveling through Tamaulipas. These groups sometimes take all passengers hostage and demand ransom payments. 

That’s horrible. I hope Mexicans can all make it safely to America.

You know when I read about miserable, violent, and squalid dumps like Mazatlan and Chicago, I always sympathize with the people therein. I do this because I infer from media coverage that they are not sentient actors within their own society. Instead they innocently suffer the entropy that occurs routinely in their presence. For example, Amerinds (and truthfully brown people everywhere) are “plagued by violence.” Why does violence specifically choose them to plague? Google should deplatform violence for targeting the world’s 6+ billion minorities. Or at least deplatform anyone who tabulates that targeting.

I wish more people sought to understand what malevolent force imposes such barbaric conditions on the Mexican people. Is it Chupacabras? Proximity to the equator? Natural Conservatives? Science has many minds conceiving man’s path off of Earth, but practically none contemplating his escape from plagues of violence.

Though in seriousness, it’s quite a thing to live in this Age of Undrawable Conclusions. We can see shit holes. We can can acknowledge that we don’t want to live in one. But we can never openly consider their origins.

I would hate to live in Ciudad Juarez.

Why?

It’s filthy, violent, and destitute.

Why isn’t it clean, safe, and prosperous?

Plagues, obviously.

And so we ferry huddled masses from their plagued homelands straight into the teeth of white supremacy. It’s out of the frying pan and into The Shire. Google should deplatform our immigration policy as well.

At least antifa can be happy about equatorial plagues. As without them, these broken young whites would have to scrape each other’s bowels for the stool they spread on their own future. And that could lead to another plague entirely. So for God’s sake Mexicans, wipe before you cross the border.

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18 thoughts on “A Plague in La Paz

  1. You didn’t have to aim high style-wise, but you’ve plugged away it, and by golly, you’re approaching I-knew-him-when territory.

  2. I hope Mexicans can all make it safely to America.
    The sooner they get here, the sooner the State Dept can begin issuing Travel Warnings for the areas of E.U.A. inhabited by them.

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  4. What could be more salubrious than bringing in foreigners mired in Tragic Dirt to our Elysium of Magic Dirt?

    Our multicultural elites are latter-day medieval barbers, and they just have to take out one more rotten white tooth to banish the evil humors plaguing our body politic. Just one more tooth. Always just one more.

  5. What if one day the US gov’t pulls a Soviet-style evaporation?

    Given the US is awash in guns and ammo, travel could become all but impossible. Checkpoints would spring up pretty much everywhere as normal people, desperate to establish local order, would go to great lengths to “police” the wrong elements moving around.

    The problem Mexicans have is that they have a hard time telling the cops from the robbers and the cowboys from the indians. What if the USA’s wondrous “Diversity, Inc.” shuffling together of disparate and largely immiscible peoples will make such determinations a lot simpler. Whites caught in Chicago’s Englewood will be Englewood’s “indians.” Steve Sailer’s blog has a nice comment on a post, about how whites wearing MAGA hats in “black spaces” are offensive and provocative. The cowboys and the indians will be pretty easy to suss out everywhere but the cities. But who gives a damn about dead people, anyway?

    Joking and fantasy aside, the opposite of global is local, and the world looks poised to become a whole lot more local.

  6. I say again: The real (well-funded) support for open borders is simply a way to pack more consumers into high-cost areas, with manufacturing (and the jobs involved) moved to low cost areas. It’s “financial arbitrage” 101.

    This “works” because Say’s Law has been (temporarily) repealed by maniacally high social trust. For the last 36 years anyone could borrow a dollar and thereby create two (or more) dollars in wealth. The “borrowed dollar” cascaded through the GDP economy no matter what it was spent upon, and the debt created was counted AGAIN as a 2nd dollar, an asset–as in a receivable–in the debt market.

    Congress no longer needed to tax in order to spend.
    Consumers no longer needed to work (or produce) in order consume.
    1st Worlders could become wealthier without producing jack shit.

    This explains a lot of the weirdness of the last 50 years, when deficits (and debt) didn’t really matter, when taxes could be cut, spending rise and the sky didn’t fall, and when jobs could increasingly disappear yet living standards somehow seem to be maintained.

    The USA simply became a huge Pawn Shop. And inviting millions of “new American residents” seem(ed) to make perfect sense to those blinded to the actual process (or who were getting filthy rich pushing it.)

  7. “I wish more people sought to understand what malevolent force imposes such barbaric conditions on the Mexican people. Is it Chupacabras?”

    You haven’t been paying attention, or you’d know by now it’s White People.

    Which is funny, considering that the solution is to bring them into closer contact with White People.

    Someone should study the gradient of oppression. I’m sure the map would be impressive. Like a torus.

    • Well, wasn’t school desegregation based on the notion that black children couldn’t learn unless they had white children on either side of them?

      Just another of life’s little paradoxes.

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  9. slightly off topic, but I just realized or clarified; I look forward to your posts for many reasons, always relevant, sometimes irreverent, often humorous, but mainly thought provoking. You don’t try to tell people what to think. You simply state the obvious in ways that cause others to think for themselves.

  10. Porter–writes these incredibly clever masterpieces which make one proud to be on the same side AND now helping the down-trodden and reviled (i.e. Conservatives) find a job.
    What a gem. Benevolent is the new hateful.

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