On a primal level, any movement is successful because enough people are convinced they will get higher status.The alt-right has been successful so far because it is the first group in decades to dare promote a positive self-image for Euro-Americans.Veracruz, the state where Xalapa is located, is known as one of the most violent in Mexico and has been fraught with death and crime since 2010 when the Los Zetas cartel began using the area to assist in their drug smuggling operations.© Copyright Sociedad Vascongada de Publicaciones, S. Three Mexicans were killed, mutilated and dumped in the street with their severed heads inside sombreros ahead of the country's independence day celebrations.The remains of brothers Juan Salvador Patiño Leon, 27, and Jorge Luis, 31, were found on one of the main streets in the city of Xalapa, next to the body of Denisse Yazaret Morales Juárez, 28, the girlfriend of one of the men.The bodies were found wrapped in bin bags tied with brown parcel tape, with two brooms laid over the top of them.On top of each of the bodies was a sombrero containing the severed heads of the victims, images from the scene show.
They are trying to raise the status of women who are already looking down their noses from a mile-high pedestal.
Locals claim the brothers, from Union, Nautla in Veracruz, came from a family with long links to criminal activity.
'Their father Jorge Patino was a kidnapper and murderer and now he's in jail,' one commenter wrote.'One of their uncles... Here they continue just like their aunt, dedicated to drugging themselves and threatening people.
Jorge Luis Patiño León's Facebook page lists him as a teacher at the Ignacio Manuel Altamirano elementary school, based in the city of Xalapa, according to Not Info Mex.
He was also previously a trumpeter in la Banda Que Manda (The Band That Rules).