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Saya akan mati sebelum meninggalkan Kolombia lagi.

would rather have a grave in Colombia than a jail cell in the U.S.

Saca las cosas del carro 2. Listo; (1. Get the stuff out of the car 2. OK)

Life is full of surprises, some good, some not so good.

I can replace things, but I could never replace my wife and kids. –Pablo Escobar

All empires are created of blood and fire. – Pablo Escobar

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We have to create a presence so disruptive they’ll want nothing but peace.–Pablo Escobar

Mereka mungkin memisahkan kita, tetapi mereka tidak akan pernah bisa menghancurkan kita.

Pablo Escobar’s words, spoken out of spite for United States law enforcement, would become a reality sooner than the drug kingpin anticipated.

Nos vamos a las 8 2. Listo; (1. We’re going at 8pm 2. Cool)

The men of always aren’t interested in the children of never.

Lies are necessary when the truth is too difficult to believe. –Pablo Escobar

Everyone has a price, the important thing is to find out what it is. –Pablo Escobar

Saya tidak ingin menjadi baik. Saya akan menjadi hebat.

Pablo Escobar, drug kingpin of the Medellin cartel.

Si te parece, vamos a comer más tardecito 2. Listo (1. If it’s OK with you, we’ll eat a bit later 2. Fine).

The problem is not a matter of money. The problem is a matter of dignity.

Sometimes I feel like God…when I order someone killed – they die the same day.–Pablo Escobar

Ada uang yang terkubur di mana-mana. Para gerilyawan, paramiliter, narcos. Semua orang mengubur uang tunai.

On December 2, 1993, Pablo Escobar was shot in the head as he attempted to flee across the rooftops of the barrio Los Olivos in his hometown of Medellín, where he had been hiding out.

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I’ll die before I ever leave Colombia again. –Pablo Escobar

The bad guys need to get lucky every time. The good guys just need to get lucky once. –Steve Murphy

Semua kerajaan diciptakan dari darah dan api.

As authorities closed in, Escobar and his bodyguard Alvaro de Jesus Agudelo, known as El Limón, fled across the rooftops.

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There is nothing lower than a rat. And if we let the rats run free, the streets will be filled with them.

Only those who went hungry with me and stood by me when I went through a bad time at some point in life will eat at my table.

The purpose of war is peace. –Pablo Escobar

Nothing gives a fearful man more courage than another’s fear. – Pablo Escobar

To have power does not mean that one can abuse the poor. –Pablo Escobar

There is a time to fight and there is a time to be clever.–Pablo Escobar

Setiap orang punya harga, yang penting cari tahu harganya.

Colombian police and military forces storm the rooftop where drug lord Pablo Escobar was shot dead just moments earlier during an exchange of gunfire between security forces and Escobar and his bodyguard.

Another very common slang phrase, especially in Medellin. This expression doesn’t have an exact translation, but means something like sure, or OK, or go ahead.

There are two hundred million idiots, manipulated by a million intelligent men.

I am not a rich person. I am a poor person with money. –Pablo Escobar

We can go someplace else. I hear Switzerland is very beautiful.–Pablo Escobar In Switzerland, we are nobody, Pablo. What good is having all the money in the world if you can’t go home?–Tata Escobar

Hidup ini penuh kejutan, ada yang bagus, ada yang tidak terlalu bagus.

Their goal was a side street behind the row of houses, but they never made it. As they ran, the Search Bloc opened fire, shooting El Limón and Escobar as their backs were turned. In the end, Pablo Escobar was killed by gunshots to the leg, torso, and a fatal shot through the ear.

Used to describe chilled or relaxed people, but it can also be heard as an alternative word for tranquilo i.e. a way to tell someone to be calm.

I have always considered myself a happy man. I’ve always been happy, I’ve always been optimistic, I’ve always had faith in life because I think the most difficult times always bring something. It brings experience, and it’s the greatest thing to have in life. –Pablo Escobar

There can only be one king. – Pablo Escobar

Kita harus menciptakan kehadiran yang begitu mengganggu sehingga mereka tidak menginginkan apa pun selain perdamaian.

Viva Colombia! a Search Bloc soldier screamed as the gunshots subsided. We have just killed Pablo Escobar!

me preocupa que todavía no haya llegado la mercancía (I’m concerned that the goods still haven’t arrived)

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the narco world, it’s that life is more complicated than you think. Good and bad, they’re relative concepts. –Pablo Escobar

They may separate us, but they’ll never be able to destroy us. – Pablo Escobar

This is my city, Limón. These are my people. Medellín will never betray me.–Pablo Escobar

Tidak ada yang memberi pria penakut keberanian lebih dari ketakutan orang lain.

The gory aftermath was captured in an image that’s been imprinted on history. A group of smiling Colombian police officials along with members of the Search Bloc stand over the bloody, limp body of Pablo Escobar splayed across the barrio rooftop.

A popular way for guys to address each other. Short for mi hijo or my boy. If thrown into greetings, it makes them sound extra Colombian e.g. ¿Quiubo m’ijo? is the local equivalent of Wassup bro?.

Narcos is an American crime drama series based on the life of Pablo Escobar. It depicts his life and how he became a billionaire. Here are some Pablo Escobar quotes inspired by the series.

look, I’m not a rich person. i’m a poor person with money

I don’t want to be good. I am going to be great. – Pablo Escobar

Memiliki kekuasaan tidak berarti seseorang dapat menyalahgunakan orang miskin.

Pablo Escobar’s death was captured in this now-infamous image.

This is the slang word Colombians use to refer to friends. It is basically the local version of the word amigo. (A few example sentences of how to use can be found in this post.)

Someone in my organization gave you the street value of my cocaine. Otherwise, how would you know?

Dirty money is in all economic sectors of the country. –Pablo Escobar

Kebohongan diperlukan ketika kebenaran terlalu sulit untuk dipercaya.

The Search Bloc party immediately celebrated widely and took credit for Pablo Escobar’s death. Yet, there were rumors that Los Pepes, a vigilante group made up of enemies of Escobar, had contributed to the final showdown.

The English word man is used by Colombians to mean, you guessed it, man or dude. So the question: ¿Y ese man, qué? would be What’s the deal with that guy?

For some unknown reason, the word peeled can also mean to a (generally young) person.

There’s cash buried everywhere. The guerillas, the paramilitary, the narcos…Everybody’s burying cash. –Pablo Escobar

Silver or lead. You decide. – Pablo Escobar

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the narco world, it’s that life is more complicated than you think. Good and bad, they’re relative concepts.–Steve Murphy

Bagaimanapun Pablo Escobar sangatlah romantis. Terutama pada istri dan anak-anaknya, sehingga tak sedikit kata kata Pablo Escobar yang berkaitan dengan keluarganya.

According to CIA documents released in 2008, General Miguel Antonio Gomez Padilla, the Colombian National Police director general, had worked with Fidel Castano, the paramilitary leader of Los Pepes and rival to Escobar, in a matter of intelligence collection.

A word not unique to Colombia, but which is nevertheless heard a lot, both in ‘Narcos’ and in real life. It literally means little mum, but is almost exclusively used as a (not entirely respectful) way to talk about attractive girls. A bit Freudian perhaps, but there we go.

I don’t have time for that pussy shit right now.

I’m sometimes accused of dr#g trafficking. It’s an activity that for the time being, historically, shall we say has been declared illegal. It’s illegal at the moment, but in the long run and in the future, we’re going to show that it will head toward legalization.

I’ll never surrender. – Pablo Escobar

I prefer to be in the grave in Colombia than in a jail cell in the United States.–Pablo Escobar

Saya bisa mengganti barang, tapi saya tidak pernah bisa mengganti istri dan anak-anak saya.

Escobar’s two brothers insisted that his death had been a suicide, claiming that the location of his fatal wound was proof it had been self-inflicted.

A bit of slang that is heard throughout Latin America. It is technically just used for people from the US, but it in reality it is the word that locals will use for almost anyone who is white, and from outside of Latin America.

I know every centimeter of these mountains. From here, we can see anything coming. And we have enough space to build whatever we want. We’re going to design it—we’re going to build it—and we will be protected from all our enemies.

Geniuses are always branded as crazy. –Pablo Escobar

Just like that, an honest man blinked. – Pablo Escobar

Masalahnya bukan masalah uang. Masalahnya adalah masalah martabat.

During all the years they went after him, one brother said. He would say to me every day that if he was really cornered without a way out, he would ‘shoot himself through the ear

I’ve previously heard a handful of international visitors complain that this is an offensive or even racist term. That has never been my impression of the way that Colombians use it — it is simply a way to refer to certain a sort of foreigner.

Well, if you’re thinking why there is no Plata or Plomo, then let me clear it. Plata or Plomo was a common threat by members of the Medellin cartel but Escobar himself can’t be quoted as saying it.

Lelaki sejati tidak tertarik untuk memusuhi anak-anak.

In some parts of the world, the pink zone is the Spanish version of the red light district. Not so in Colombia. Here it is a – not overly fashionable – way to refer to the areas of the big cities where most of the bars and clubs are concentrated.

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No one wants war, Carlito. Especially when they know they will lose.–Pablo Escobar

Saya pria yang baik yang mengekspor bunga.

In Medellin, this would mainly be the area around Parque Lleras in the city’s upmarket Poblado district.

In modern business, it is not the crook who is to be feared most, it is the honest man who doesn’t know what he is doing.

Pablo Escobar had built a private zoo in Puerto Triunfo and filled it with hippos, giraffes, elephants, and other animals.

Since Pablo was famous for his drug-smuggling business and criminal works, most of Pablo Escobar’s quotes about crime give an insight into how crimes affect people, mostly children. Selling drugs for him was like selling flowers and he always thought to himself that drug-selling would become legalized in the coming years.

I want you to run my day-to-day operations. –Pablo Escobar And you’ll do what? –Gustavo Gaviria Liberate Columbia.–Pablo Escobar

Hanya mereka yang lapar dengan saya dan berdiri di samping saya ketika saya mengalami masa sulit di beberapa titik dalam hidup yang akan makan di meja saya.

Two beautifully Colombian ways of: 1) turning a statement into a question; or 2) encouraging whoever you’re speaking with to agree with what you are saying.

There is no business like blow business.

He was responsible for for killing about 4,000 people, which included an estimated 200 judges and 1,000 police, journalists, and government officials.

Pablo Escobar quotes about drugsmake people try out new drugs for addiction. War is worse than selling drugs. It affects everything from businesses to innocent families. He was very much against killing or kidnapping children.

Imagine you were born in a poor family, in a poor city, in a poor country, and by the time you were 28 years old, you have so much money you can’t even count it. What do you do? You make your dreams come true.–Steve Murphy

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