Carlos Guzman Loera is El Chapo, but who else is he?
The Justice Department website states that: “After the verdict, the government will seek a forfeiture money judgment for billions of dollars constituting the cartel’s illegal drug-trafficking proceeds.”
After the dust settles, this one conviction of this one drug cartel wholesaler will stand out as pivotal.
The description of the Sinaloa Cartel matches up closely with descriptions of the Helou Empire in Mexico, which is based largely on money drained from the USA and worldwide through criminal “enterprise” and bribery based monopoly ownership of essential public services. The establishment of a worldwide monopoly owned by a criminal family syndicate is the dream and vision of the Helou family that is no different from the dream and vision of Socialism and Communism.
By promoting revolution, the opportunity to buy up an entire nation becomes feasible.
In the case of the Helou family, the Mexican Revolution was their goldmine. A printing press is handy for disseminating misinformation and counterfeit currency. Assasination is handy for buying up farmland and rentals ‘at fire sale prices’.
The use of agricultural exports to the USA as hiding places for deadly street drugs would give the smuggling advantage to whoever is already set up in legitimate agricultural import and export, which Slim Helou was, thanks to his father, Julian and that convenient Revolution.
Julian Slim is also described as the brother of Carlos in an obituary article here: https://m.excelsior.com.mx/node/715335
Control of the international electronic money transfer business provides for easier money laundering. The uppermost ownership maintains the appearance of respectability. The Helou family is hailed as “philanthropists”, though they have clearly been responsible for and have benefited from the purchase of public works projects that never should have been sold to private corporations. The bribes and blackmail that accompanied these sales have led to the creation of a worldwide crime syndicate that threatens humanity with extinction.
The relationship between Guzman and the Helou clan is what interests me. I’ll be comparing reports on both to see what parallels appear, if any. To begin with, the monetary value of the two entities are similar, as well as the distribution channels.
“As proven at trial, Guzman Loera was a principal leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, a Mexico-based international drug trafficking organization responsible for importing and distributing vast quantities of cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine and heroin in the United States.”
The proof of El Chapo’s guilt was conclusive, and his conviction sent waves of fear through his equally guilty associates who were vowing to have him killed in prison to shut him up. He was the one who mentioned Nancy Pelosi as part of the family drug enterprises, but the details of his testimony remain secret. Both Nancy Pelosi and ‘Beto’ ORourke are photographed together with El Chapo.
The evidence at trial reveals that the Sinaloa Cartel was literally at war with the United States.
This was shown by testimony from 14 cooperating witnesses; narcotics seizures totaling over 130,000 kilograms of cocaine and heroin; weapons, including AK-47s and a rocket-propelled grenade launcher; ledgers; text messages; videos; photographs and intercepted recordings, detailed the drug trafficking activity of Guzman Loera and his co-conspirators over a 25-year period from January 1989 until December 2014. Guzman Loera was repeatedly referred to by witnesses as one of the leaders of the Sinaloa Cartel.
This photo shows Carlos Slim with his son Antonio. The next one shows him with an online homeschooling guy named Kahn.
The next photos show El Chapo, and I certainly see a resemblance between Slim and Guzman.
Guzman Loera oversaw the smuggling of narcotics to wholesale distributors in New York, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Arizona, Los Angeles and elsewhere. The billions of illicit dollars generated from drug sales in the United States were then clandestinely transported back to Mexico. Guzman Loera used “sicarios,” or hit men, who carried out hundreds of acts of violence in Mexico to enforce Sinaloa’s control of territories and to eliminate those who posed a threat.
At least 34 people have been charged with helping El Chapo escape, including the former director of Altiplano prison and the head of Mexico’s federal prison system.
In April 2013 Slim Helou entered the business of managing Mexican prisons to expand the investments of his construction-finance company. Ideal acquired stakes in two federal prisons from Desarrolladora Homex SAB, a Mexican homebuilder where Slim’s companies are to receive 4 billion pesos (US$326 million) within the agreement. The company run by his son, Marco Antonio Slim, added the prisons to its portfolio of infrastructure assets among which include toll roads, hydroelectric dams, and water-treatment plants.
Helou owns water treatment plants and a Flouride chemicals company.
“In 1988 Slim bought the Nacobre group of companies, which trades in copper and aluminum products, along with a chemicals business, Química Fluor, and others.” Quimica Fluor translates into Flouride Chemicals.
One of many attempts to capture El Chapo – during a planned family reunion at the home of El Chapo’s mother in the village of La Tuna, Sinaloa – was foiled after a high-placed source in the secretariat of national defence tipped off the family, said his American born daughter, Guzmán Ortiz.
In accordance with El Chapo’s spy network is the following excerpt which explains that Julian Slim, the brother of Carlos, was the head of Mexico’s spy apparatus.
“According to José Martínez, author of the biographical book Carlos Slim. Unpublished Portrait of Editorial Océano, Julian Slim consolidated his career with Fernando Gutiérrez Barrios, who headed the DFS from 1953 to 1970, until Luis Echeverría appointed him Under Secretary of the Interior.”
The Dirección Federal de Seguridad (Federal Security Directorate, DFS) was a Mexican intelligence agency. Created in 1947, at the eve of the Cold War, under Mexican president Miguel Alemán Valdés, with the assistance of U.S. intelligence agencies (namely the CIA) as part of the Truman Doctrine of Soviet Containment, with the duty of “preserving the internal stability of Mexico against all forms subversion and terrorist threats”.[
It was merged into the Centro de Investigación y Seguridad Nacional (CISEN) in 1985.
Referenced on Wikipedia:
“During the period from 1968 to the late 1970s (a period called The Mexican Dirty War), the DFS was accused of illegal detentions, torture, assassinations and forced disappearances. At least 347 complaints were received by the United Nations related to Mexican State crimes from 1960 to 1980.
Multiple agents were suspected (and later confirmed) of having links with criminal organizations, which included top members like Nazar-Haro and Arturo “El Negro” Durazo Moreno. Some such criminal exploits included a million dollar US-Mexico car theft ring, collaborating in drug trafficking with the Guadalajara Cartel (including the protection of the infamous “Colonia Bufalo” marijuana crops), training the Nicaraguan contras in drug trafficker owned ranches, the murder of journalist Manuel Buendia, for investigating ties between the DFS, the CIA and drug traffickers, and for having some degree of participation in, and providing cover to, the kidnapping and subsequent death of DEA agent Enrique Camarena Salazar.”
The DFS gave birth to new criminals such as this man whose name Moreno is the same as the man in the horse business who purchased foals from my father’s horse farm in Loreauville. That Moreno is also a family friend of Royce and Roy Breaux, Jr. He certainly looks like Guzman, but since this is a family operation, he could be a cousin or nephew.
“Juan José Esparragoza Moreno (born February 3, 1949), commonly referred to by his alias El Azul (English: “The Blue One”), is a Mexican drug lord and leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, a drug trafficking organization. Originally a member of the Dirección Federal de Seguridad (DFS) police agency, he founded the Guadalajara Cartel in the 1970s along with other drug kingpins in Mexico. Following its disintegration in the late 1980s, he went on to lead the Juárez Cartel and eventually settled in the Sinaloa Cartel. He worked alongside Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, once considered Mexico’s most-wanted drug lord.”
According to José Martínez, author of the biographical book ‘Carlos Slim. Unpublished Portrait’ of Editorial Océano, Julian Slim consolidated his career with Fernando Gutiérrez Barrios, who headed the DFS from 1953 to 1970, until Luis Echeverría appointed him undersecretary of the Interior.
“At the end of the six-year term of Miguel de la Madrid, and now the DFS disappeared, Julian Slim, who served as head of the Directorate of National Security Research (DISEN), collaborated with the Attorney General’s Office (PGR) during the management of the attorney Sergio García Ramírez, before whom he resigned his position as commander of the Federal Judicial Police.”
“Según José Martínez, autor del libro biográfico Carlos Slim. Retrato Inédito, de Editorial Océano, Julián Slim consolidó su carrera al lado de Fernando Gutiérrez Barrios, quien encabezó la DFS de 1953 a 1970, hasta que Luis Echeverría lo designó subsecretario de Gobernación.
“Al terminar el sexenio de Miguel de la Madrid, y ya desaparecida la DFS, Julián Slim, quien fungió como titular de la Dirección de Investigaciones en Seguridad Nacional (DISEN), colaboró en la Procuraduría General de la República (PGR) durante la gestión del procurador Sergio García Ramírez, ante quien renunció a su cargo de comandante de la Policía Judicial Federal”, se asegura en la obra autorizada por Carlos Slim.”
The daughter of El Chapo was bragging about her father’s ability to evade United States law thanks to his spies (while flooding America with deadly drugs and child sex slavery). He paid for her luxury house with drug proceeds, so why should she care about America’s well-being?
So much of this reminds me of Miguel Ramirez, one of the brothers who owns Groupo Saret in Costa Rica. So much of what Grupo Saret does as a business parallels what the Helou businesses do. Miguel Ramirez is shown below to the right of Bill Clinton, wearing the necklaces. I think that Bill’s face is pasted onto someone else’s body, wouldn’t surprise me if it’s Biden, but this is conjecture on my part. The other two men look familiar. The one on the left could be a Roussel, owners of the racetrack in New Orleans, and tied into the identity theft of the Frank Sinatra family, and the other could be a member of the Breaux family. I’m certain of Miguel’s identity because he was my boss at the Puntarenas Free Zone, owned by Grupo Saret.