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No wonder the US establishment doesn’t like Bukele – check out these results…

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Isn’t it strange and a little disturbing that the American political establishment outright despises a popular leader who listens to the needs of his people and is working to make his country safe and great again? Does that ring a bell? This time, we’re not talking about President Trump. We’re actually referring to El Salvador’s president, Nayib Bukele, whose crackdown on gang violence has been wildly successful, and perhaps that’s why the establishment hates him, because he’s showing the world how to eradicate dirt and the word: build a mass prison, close. bad guys and throw away the key.

El Salvador just went from the highest murder rate to the highest incarceration rate.

Wall Street Journal (emphasis ours):

El Salvador, long plagued by gang violence that made it one of the most dangerous countries in the world, turned things around by imprisoning large swaths of its population. The country once known for having the world’s highest murder rate now has the world’s highest incarceration rate, roughly double that of the US

Since March 2022, the government of President Nayib Bukele has implemented a campaign to arrest en masse suspected members of the MS-13 and 18th Street gangs that have long terrorized the impoverished Central American nation, blocking economic growth and fueling migration towards the United States.

The strategy has helped reduce homicides by 92 percent compared to 2015, giving Bukele the support of nine out of 10 Salvadorans, polls show. The number of Salvadorans crossing the US-Mexico border illegally has dropped by 44%.

It has also put about 68,000 people behind bars in this Massachusetts-sized country of 6.3 million. That’s more than 1 percent of the population, according to World Prison Brief, an online database on correctional systems. Human rights groups said the campaign has claimed innocent lives, particularly among the country’s poor and indigenous communities, who are being held for long periods in harsh conditions without trial.

In response to allegations of prisoner abuse, Bukele said during a cabinet meeting in October: “Yes, they will have human rights. But the human rights of honest people are more important.”

Just copy what he’s doing, right? Latin America is waking up, the US? Doubtful After all, Biden turned down a visit from Bukele in 2021. NBC news that Biden has “serious concerns” about Bukele’s respect for the rule of law and democracy. It’s hard to read this without laughing.

Meanwhile, Bukele’s passing grade it’s around 91% and Joe Biden’s is in the 30s. The WSJ piece continues.

The United States has struggled to manage a flood of migrants driven north by endemic violence and poverty.

Arrests of Salvadorans, once one of the largest groups trying to cross the southwestern border, crossing illegally have dropped to about 36,500 in the eight months to May of this fiscal year, from more than 65,000 in the same period of the previous year, just before the campaign. it began.

Other countries are watching El Salvador’s policies as they grapple with their own high murder rates.

Ecuadorians, one of the largest nationalities heading to the US, have seen their country’s homicide rate quadruple between 2019 and 2022. Some politicians, such as Cynthia Viteria, who until May served as mayor of the violent Ecuadorian city of Guayaquil, they encouraged Ecuador. government to imitate the Salvadoran leader’s policies to reduce crime and stop the killing of police officers.

“It’s simple, just copy it. Do what Bukele is doing,” he said in September. “The solutions are out there, for those who have the heart to implement them.”

President Bukele has transformed one of the most dangerous countries in the world, completely altering its course. You’d think America would want to replicate Bukele’s success, right? You’d expect America to come around to him, learn from his strategies, and understand his recipe for success, right? bad The establishment political apparatus has nothing but contempt for a man who enjoys a 90+ approval rating from his people and who has effectively eradicated the gang violence that literally plagued the your country

Now, what does this reaction tell you about the American establishment? Creepy.



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