Mexico: New Record! 93 Murders Per Day!

Luis Castillo
Daily Stormer
June 22, 2018

When Mexico inevitably loses the world Sportsball(tm) competition, at least they will still have something to be proud of. Even better – the Aztec people will no longer need to measure themselves according to a stupid European game about kicking a ball. Now, Mexico will be able to take pride in something truly Mexican, something even more Mexican than sleeping in the middle of the work day, or doing temporary agricultural work in the United States.

Nothing is more Mexican than industrial scale ultraviolence.

El País:

At ten days from the presidential elections in Mexico, the number of murders in the country has reached a historical 2,890 intentional homicides in May, which supposes an average of 93 murders in a day, or four victims per hour, according to data of the National System of Public Security published this Thursday.

The official data indicate that May was the month with the most homicides since 1997, the year that federal authorities began counting the data. Before now, the most violent month had been March of 2017, with 2,746 murders.

In the accumulation from January to May of 2018, 13,298 victims of intentional homicide are registered, which supposes an increase of 21% compared to the registered murders in the same period of last year. The violence has permeated equally in the distinct latitudes of the country. The states with the greatest incidence of homicides per 100,000 people are Colima, Baja California, Guerrero, Chihuahua and Guanajuato. Firearms are the principal instrument of homicide.

American firearms. Final redpill:

Mexico really needs wall with the United States.

I mean, the cartels get all their money from an open border. Drugs go north, guns come south. Drug deaths on the north side, gun deaths on the south side. It’s great for everyone, and by everyone, I mean the cartels.

Although 2017 had positioned itself to be the bloodiest year on record with 28,710 murders, the numbers from the first five months of the year indicate that Mexico could break its own annual record in violence. Francisco Rivas, general director of the National Citizen Observatory, prognosticates that the case of homicide and femicide in 2018 will culminate with an increase between 5,5% and 15% compared to the previous year.

In studying the crime statistics, the increase in femicides also becomes apparent. From January to May this year 328 murders of women have been recorded, which supposes an increase of 13% relative to the same period last year, when 288 cases were counted.

Yeah, sure, (((El País))). Tell me all about the 328 women, and not the 28,382 men.

I’m so tired of reading this paper, you have no idea. This is one of their better stories.

I’m hoping that, at some point in my lifetime, a nationalist government expropriates the building of this jew rag and puts me in charge of it, so I can put a big swastika on the front of it.

Of course, the Stormer doesn’t need physical office buildings, and that’s a waste of money in a dinosaur news model that they can’t prop up, and you really have to wonder about people who pay paywalls to “support journalism” for the WSJ or whatever. They’re supporting useless office buildings. Work from home.

But, I’ll find some real building function for the space – like a Holocaust Meme Remembrance Museum – and put a big swastika out front.

The director of this civil organization explains that the increase in murders in the whole of the country is the result of the lack of measures since three years ago, when the increase in murders began. “There is a series of illegal businesses which continue to prosper, a lack of meaningful action and an important absence of the State. A crime which is not punished is a crime which is given permission to grow.”

Before the upcoming elections, Rivas has cautioned that the next president will have to prioritize measures to contain the violence, to stop the ascent of these bloody statistics. None the less, he indicates a lack of clarity in the propositions of the candidates. “We do not see, at least in the leading candidate [Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador] clarity in a security proposal, his is a supremely naive and contradictory proposal which does not make one think that the security conditions will improve.”

Mexico is really showing us what the Triumph of the Will is all about.

Breaking records, just to prove they can be broken.

Congratulations, Mexico.

You won it, and you deserved it.