Thursday, July 22, 2010

Berlin Bandidos bend over for the Hells Angels



76 Bandidos bikers in Berlin are said to be joining the Hells Angels, Danish bikers have done the same. Well that certainly opens Pandora's box.

Someone had said to me that the Bandido massacre in Ontario was over the Bandidos joining the Hells Angels in Canada and I said no way. They'd have to kill all the Bandidos first. Apparently not.

It's not entirely surprising the Berlin Bandidos joined the burning ring of fire since they are likely predominately white. It's the Hispanic influence the white supremacists have a problem with. Thus their "No Tacos" comment on a skull placed outside the offices of a local newspaper office in Hamburg.



It's all about bowing down, bending over and paying dues to the Hells Angels. Some groups say no way, other when asked to bend over quickly reply how far. Take the Zig Zag crew and their burning ring of fire. They each pay $150.00 a month individual dues and a monthly gang fee of $1000.00 directly to the Hells Angels. That of course doesn't include a percentage of drug profits.


Lennoxville Massacre: In March 1985 the Hells Angels chapter in Lennoxville, about 90 miles east of Montreal, invited members of the Laval chapter for a party. When the Hells Angels from Laval arrived at the party, they were ambushed and shot in the head by Hells Angels from Lennoxville. One source claims they thought the Laval chapter was squandering drug profits by consuming too much of the product themselves.


Death Riders: After the president of the death riders was shot in a Laval bar the Death Riders became affiliated with the Hells Angels. Hours after Huneault's funeral, Death Riders Mario Martin and André Richard were seen meeting with Hells Angels Maurice "Mom" Boucher and Normand "Biff" Hamel. Boucher and Hamel received their colours after the incident and Huneault's murder allowed the Hells to completely take over drug trafficking in Laval and the lower Laurentians area.

The Hells Angels have a history of betrayal and murder to get what they want. Their possible involvement in the Bandido massacre comes as no real surprise. Either way, they sure benefited from the murders.



Interesting to note that Wayne Kellestine, the one who owns the farm where the Bandidos were massacred on and convicted of being the driving force behind the murders was a white supremacist.

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