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Narcos Cartel is a gang dedicated to drugs and weapons and this gang is the world's first drug dealer and especially in the US this group aims to have as many drugs and profits as the losses are not recognized in this gang earning everything in the group is so powerful that we can afford everything because we are narcotics and everything is money laundering, buying as many businesses and we have no problem for the cops because everything is justified and our icon is "Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria"
the king of drugs and it is our duty to be king of drugs but to make a lot of moneythis is "Narcos"
Narcos is an American Crime Drama Story, narrated and produced by Chris Brancato, Carlo Bernard and Doug Miro.
Created in Colombia, it is based on the story of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, who became a billionaire through cocaine production and distribution.History also focuses on Escobar's interactions with drug lords,
The term Colombian Drug War deceives. It implies that the ongoing blood flow, which has now killed over 100,000 people, is an internal Colombian issue. But that distracts attention from the U.S. role in creating and sustaining the massacre. It's not just that Americans buy drugs from and sell Coloumbia killer guns. Since the US banned the use and sale of drugs in the early 1900s, it has pressured Mexico to act as its border enforcer - with increasingly deadly consequences. Mexico was not a helpless victim. Powerful forces inside the country benefited greatly from supplying Americans with what their government banned. But the policies that triggered the war on drugs have proved devastating for both countries.one American and the other Mexican, A Narco History examines the intertwined stories of the 20th century that produced this 21st century disaster and proposes how to end it.
Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria
Pablo Emilio Escobar GaviriaDecember 1949 – 2 December 1993) was a Colombian drug lord and narcoterrorist who founded and was the sole leader of the Medellín Cartel. Dubbed "The King of Cocaine," Escobar is the wealthiest criminal in history, having amassed an estimated net worth of US$30 billion by the time of his death—equivalent to $59 billion as of 2019—while his drug cartel monopolized the cocaine trade into the United States in the 1980s and 1990s.
Born in Rionegro and raised in Medellín, Escobar studied briefly at Universidad Autónoma Latinoamericana of Medellín, but left without graduating; he instead began engaging in criminal activity, selling illegal cigarettes and fake lottery tickets, as well as participating in motor vehicle theft. In the early 1970s, he began to work for various drug smugglers, often kidnapping and holding people for 1976, Escobar founded the Medellín Cartel, which distributed powder cocaine, and established the first smuggling routes into the U.S. Escobar's infiltration into the U.S. created exponential demand for cocaine, and by the 1980s, it was estimated Escobar led monthly shipments of 70 to 80 tons of cocaine into the country from Colombia. As a result, he quickly became one of the richest people in the world,but consistently battled rival cartels domestically and abroad, leading to massacres and the murders of police officers, judges, locals, and prominent politicians,making Colombia the murder capital of the world.
In the 1982 parliamentary election, Escobar was elected as an alternate member of the Chamber of Representatives as part of the Liberal Alternative movement. Through this, he was responsible for community projects, such as the construction of houses and football fields, which gained him popularity among the locals of the towns that he frequented. However, Escobar was vilified by the Colombian and U.S. governments,who routinely stifled his political ambitions and pushed for his arrest, with Escobar widely believed to have orchestrated the DAS Building and Avianca Flight 203 bombings in retaliation. In 1991, Escobar surrendered to authorities, and was sentenced to five years' imprisonment on a host of charges, but struck a deal of no extradition with Colombian President Cesar Gaviria, with the ability of being housed in his own, self-built prison, La Catedral. In 1992, Escobar escaped and went into hiding when authorities attempted to move him to a more standard holding facility, leading to a nation-wide manhunt. As a result, the Medellín Cartel crumbled, and in 1993, Escobar was killed in his hometown by Colombian National Police, a day after his 44th birthday.
Escobar's legacy remains controversial; while many denounce the heinous nature of his crimes, he was seen as a "Robin Hood-like" figure for many in Colombia, as he provided many amenities to the poor, while his killing was mourned and his funeral attended by over 25,000 people. Additionally, his private estate, Hacienda Nápoles, has been transformed into a theme park, and he has been praised and criticized for importing hippopotamuses to Colombia.His life has also served as inspiration for or has been dramatized in film, television, and in music.
In The Accountant's Story, Roberto Escobar discusses how Pablo rose from middle-class simplicity and obscurity to one of the world's wealthiest men. Beginning in 1975, Pablo started developing his cocaine operation, flying out planes several times, mainly between Colombia and Panama, along smuggling routes into the United States. When he later bought fifteen bigger airplanes, including a Learjet and six helicopters, according to his son, a dear friend of Pablo's died during the landing of an airplane, and the plane was destroyed. Pablo reconstructed the airplane from the scrap parts that were left and later hung it above the gate to his ranch at Hacienda Nápoles.
In May 1976, Escobar and several of his men were arrested and found in possession of 39 pounds (18 kg) of white paste, attempting to return to Medellín with a heavy load from Ecuador. Initially, Pablo tried to bribe the Medellín judges who were forming a case against him and was unsuccessful. After many months of legal wrangling, he ordered the murder of the two arresting officers, and the case was later dropped. Roberto Escobar details this as the point where Pablo began his pattern of dealing with the authorities, by either bribery or murder.
Roberto Escobar maintains Pablo fell into the drug business simply because other types of contraband became too dangerous to traffic. As there were no drug cartels then, and only a few drug barons, Pablo saw it as untapped territory he wished to make his own. In Peru, Pablo would buy the cocaine paste, which would then be refined in a laboratory in a two-story house in Medellín. On his first trip, Pablo bought a paltry 30 pounds (14 kg) of paste in what was noted as the first step towards building his empire. At first, he smuggled the cocaine in old plane tires, and a pilot could return as much as US$500,000 per flight, dependent on the quantity smuggled.
Gang Level: 0
Motto:"1. In the drug trafficking business, loyalty is very important, if it is not followed, they deserve death."
2.Plata o plomo
Gnag Color Code:#7E6B56
Gang Tag: [N~C]
Gang Alliances: "N/A
Rule n°1: Any member must respect all the players in the cartel and all the player in the server
Rule n°2: DM (deathmatching) is strictly punishable , you will be warned 3 times after that you will be kicked
Rule n°3: You can be unactive for a week , but not more this is to respect the working conditions of your life and also giving a span of a week you can play on weekends
Rule n°4: Cartel members with lower lvls must obbey other higher lvls member
Rule n°5: Any members cought spying or sabotaging the cartel will be reported and kicked from the cartel
Rule n°6: Don't break the server rules, press [F1] to find more
Rule n°7: Do not abuse your rank in the cartel
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