Look closely and you might see that the differences between the United States and Mexico are not as great as mainstream media outlets might lead you to believe. Corrupt politicians; violent acts against citizens…fixed elections and leaders who no longer give a damn about what citizens want or think. The same words could be used to describe the situation on one country as well as the other, couldn’t they?
And it seems that the media coverage in both countries is about the same as well. Mass protests have been ignored across the board and in their place, the usual non-headlines and circus stories get full and extended coverage.
In spite of the protests and outrage of citizens in Mexico, President Obama just smiled and congratulated Pena Nieto on his newly won position. No call for investigation, no hesitation or desire to wait to see if the power of the citizens is strong enough to undo the fixed results.
And why is our president so quick to support an illiterate, unqualified and monstrous leader such as Nieto?
I guess it makes sense that two men with the same morals would work well together. Maybe there’s something that bonds men responsible for the murder of innocent people together that I just don’t quite understand? Or perhaps, it is just another example of two puppets dancing together on stage to promote a common agenda…
“Note that the human rights violations committed against the people of Atenco, including imprisonment, unjust persecution and sexual torture, reflect the “man repressor” which is Peña Nieto and who does not mind repeating a similar conflict.”
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Excerpt from YT – “Police abuse and represion in San Salvador Atenco in Mexico by the Governor Enrique Peña Nieto (PRI) with help of President Vicente Fox (PAN) that wanted to confiscate ancient lands to the citizens of Atenco and pay them at 5 cents of a dollar per square meter to build a private airport for the 20 whealtiest families of México.
As you can see in the images, the strategy of the goverment was first to provoque this brave people and then brutally hit them, you can see that even in the ground police keep hitting with the batons.
Woman arrested were subjet to violations by inserting the police fingers in their vaginas. Even dogs in streets were hitted by police and private house searched. The Mexican constitution explicitly prohibits any autority to enter into a private house without a judge court order but police invade private homes to take all man and woman of a certaing age into custody…”
And don’t get me wrong – I’m not singling Obama out…Bush, Romney, Clinton…any or all of the Puppets would have congratulated Nieto, too. Crooks of a feather flock together? Meh, something cheesy like that.
Meanwhile, as the media in both countries turns a blind eye, citizens of Mexico are continuing their fight to throw off the corrupt system that has overrun the political offices of their country.
May the voices of their citizens grow ever louder & never be silenced…
Excerpt & Image from, Neglected War -”There are also preliminary discussions of establishing a new federal law enforcement branch. With the constant risk of corruption and ties of officials to cartels such a plan may be flawed from the start.
The Grupo Aeromóvil de Fuerzas Especiales (Special Forces Airmobile Group, GAFE) is a special operations group that has received training from the U.S. Despite its accomplishments highly trained special operation soldiers deserted GAFE in the late 1990s and founded the Los Zetas Cartel, now the second biggest cartel in Mexico.
Zamora said it is unlikely that Peña Nieto will substantially resolve the deep-rooted problems pertaining to violence in his country during his six year term “Significant positive change can be accomplished,” he said. “It might be possible for a redefining of police roles; however, much more importantly appears to me to be the development of trust and the control of corruption in all institutions.”
- Televisa should apologise to Mexicans for its Peña Nieto election bias | Luis Hernández Navarro (guardian.co.uk)
- Peña Nieto Tells TIME: I Want to Make Mexico an Emerging Power Again (world.time.com)
- New Mexican president could target small gangs (kansascity.com)
- NAZMI AND O’NEIL: Mexico’s election and the road ahead (washingtontimes.com)
- Calderon Says Peña Nieto Will Continue Anti-Drug Strategy in Mexico (hispanicallyspeakingnews.com)
- YoSoy132: How A Mexican Student Movement Was Born (VIDEO) (huffingtonpost.com)