Mexican Children Play “Kidnapping and Beheading” Game

Octavio Rivera
Daily Stormer
October 31, 2018

They’re practicing for when they grow up.

What would you like to be when you grow up, Pedrito?

I wanna be a sicario, Papito!


A group of kids, apparently from the state of Guerrero, in Mexico, have been caught on video while they played kidnapping and beheading two girls, one of them pretends to have a gun and aims to the girl’s head.

Other kid simulates a beheading while another makes one of the girls walk with her hands behind her back.

We recently saw how Mexicans are so used to finding human heads, arms, legs, and other body parts on the street, they just walk past them or drive over them.

Brutality, to them, is just another Wednesday.

It’s in their blood.

These are the same poor, innocent mudlings that you are being told to let into your country, because it’s so sad that they are fleeing from violence – as they train themselves to be future cartel thugs.

The video, that circulates social networks, has music that makes it difficult to listen to the kid’s dialogue, however, at the end you can hear them laugh innocently when they finished playing.

Grown mudmanoids that actually decapitate other mudmanoids also laugh after they’ve finished with the chopping up.

I guess they haven’t seen those videos.

This isn’t the first time an incident like this became known in the country. In 2015, five minors of 12, 13, and 15 years old, that also played kidnapping, tied up a 6 years-old kid’s hands and feet, they hit him with sticks, stones, they suffocated him, they murdered him and then they buried him.





But, whatever. Right?

Who are we to judge their culture?

They just want a better life.