Saturday, January 8, 2011

"THE NEW FEDERATION" Threatens Local Nuevo Leon Media.


Saturday morning photocopies of a communication signed by 'The New Federation' were passed out to citizens throughout Monterrey.

The message made reference to a recent attack on the Telediario News Twitter account. It also made reference to local Nuevo Leon media outlets stating that many of them continue to work with organized crime.

Lastly, The New Federation called upon the people of Nuevo leon to assist them in their efforts to eliminate Zetas from the state.

TO THE PEOPLE OF NUEVO LEON:

BE ADVISED THAT THE HACKING OF TELEDIARIO'S TWITTER ACCOUNT LAST WEEK WAS JUST THE BEGINNING OF CLEANING THE SCUM THAT ALSO EXISTS IN LOCAL MEDIA.

TO THOSE WHO CLAIM TO BE JOURNALIZTZ, BE VERY CAREFUL, MEDIAS SUPPOSEDLY REPORT THE TRUTH, STOP LIEING AND SELLING YOURSELVES OUT. JOURNALISTS WHO CONTINUE TO TAKE MONEY FROM THE SCUM WILL ALSO FIND THEMSELVES IN SHIT.

WE BEGIN WITH MULTIMEDIOS BECAUSE THEY ARE THE ONES DEEPEST IN SHIT. THEIR DEALINGS WILL BE MADE KNOWN.

YOU (MULTIMEDIOS) CONTINUE LYING TO THE CITIZENS THAT TRUST IN WHAT YOU SAY, NOT KNOWING THAT THEY HAVE BEEN DECEIVED, YOU DO NOT MEET YOUR OBLIGATIONS AND COMMUNICATE ONLY WHAT YOUR TRUE BOSSES TELL YOU TO.

TO ALL OF THE PEOPLE OF NUEVO LEON, DO NOT WORRY, SOON WE WILL INFORM YOU WITH THE RESULTS OF THE CLEANING WE HAVE BEEN DOING.

TAKE CARE AND BE SURE NOT TO SLIP ON THE BLOOD THAT HAS ALREADY BEEN SPILLED FROM THE "POLIZETAS".

CITIZENS OPEN YOUR EYES AND STOP IDOLIZING THOSE WHO HAVE BETRAYED THEIR TRUE RESPONSIBILITY, WHICH IS WITH YOU, STOP ALLOWING YOURSELVES TO BE FOOLED BY THESE PEOPLE WHO ARE ALSO BENEFITING FROM SCUM.

WE WANT TO CLEAN AND WE ARE GOING TO CLEAN UP THE ENTIRE TERRITORY, MEN AND WOMAN ALIKE, BE CAREFUL, BECAUSE YOU WILL NOT BE SAVED.

GET YOURSELVES IN LINE AND STOP BEING TWO FACED BECAUSE YOU ARE ALSO ALCOHOLICS AND DRUG ADDICTS.

PEOPLE OF NUEVO LEON, ALL OF YOU GOOD, HARDWORKING PEOPLE, HELP US. WE WANT TRUE PEACE, WITHOUT ZETAS. WE WILL NOT TOUCH INNOCENTS. UNDERSTAND THAT SOMEONE HAS TO DO SOMETHING FOR YOU TO RECOVER YOUR LAND.

RESPECTFULLY,
THE NEW FEDERATION
"TO LIVE BETTER"

37 comments:

  1. So in one breath they threaten the lives of journalists and claim this is for the good of the people?

    F that. Hypocrites.

    All these groups think they are the law, or above it. I really can't stand it, they are no better than the Z

    Truly, there is NO DIFFERENCE between the cartels, they are ALL LIKE THE ZETAS.

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  2. Why don't they say: That's it, we are giving up trafficking drugs and will now dedicate ourselves to working hard like the good common citizen.

    Of course nobody in their right mind would ever do that, not a cartel that's for sure. There must be millions of mexicans involved in this illicit trade as well as all other related crime. How could anybody go about solving this huge problem?

    Let's say education is key. If the people were educated they'd be better off without having to resort to criminal activity. How does one reform their education system? For most education is not free like it is for us here in the u.s. Should the state government set up free(taxed) education?

    Some of the drawbacks for having such a program is that the government dictates what is taught, how it's taught, and where it's taught. I'd prefer it if the people were homeschooled like millions of americans are beginning to do so. I don't want to say it looks like an impossibility in Mx. but how could that poverty stricken country ever even begin to believe that such an idea is feasible?

    We've admitted it to ourselves before, Mexico just doesn't have a culture that believes in educating its children. It has to want it generation after generation for the country to really succeed.

    My guess it would take a paradigm-shift in the way they see the value of going to school and graduating with a high school or college degree and not just in the eyes of the poor folk but those with the capacity to impliment actual change, to catalyze the conversion.

    My heart and prayers go out to the good citizens of mx. They deserve a better life, a better country than the one they're living in right now.

    --Chucheman

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  3. Smurf, I get the distinct feel that this so-celled 'New Federation' are not a rival cartel to the Zetas at all. This 'message' is a pretty direct threat to the press to not reveal any more details of the ongoing results of Mauricio Fernandez's's covert 'war' against 'delinquents', or to oppose the mayor of Garza Garcia's advocacy for setting up fascist style death squads in Nuevo Leon and elsewhere.

    MESSAGE- Report on what Fernandez is doing and you invite your own assassination, Journalist,

    To Calderon's total discredit, he has really opposed what Fernandez is doing in starting to wage a covert death squad war against the drug cartels through the backing and organization of rich businessmen and government bodies they are able to organize to work alongside themselves.

    This is the press that the Mayor of Garza Garcia, Mauricio Fernandez is threatening... http://www.multimedios.com/

    Ernest1

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  4. Oops... that reads wrong. I wrote it wrong.

    What I wrote should read...

    To Calderon's total discredit, he has NOT really opposed what Fernandez is doing in starting to wage a covert death squad war against the drug cartels through the backing and organization of rich businessmen and government bodies they are able to organize to work alongside themselves.

    Ernest 1

    Below is a link to a discussion of just what is this so-called 'The New Federation' of Mauricio Fernandez.

    http://www.reporterosenmovimiento.com/colum9.html

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  5. Well no I think the Zeta's seem to be the most evil and don't seem to give a damn who they kill. The other cartels are not as evil but still far from good.

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  6. Exactly Smurf. They are all the same. You know if you look into their background none of these cartels is somebody you want to trust providing safety for your kids. Let's take CDG for example they created the Z's. Why because they had to protect themselves from CDS. Now CDG, CDS, FM is supposed to be booty buddies fighting the Z'S. They all played their part in creating that problem. Chapo and his family ties to Beltranes. Shit if he treats his own family like that how does he treat everybody else?

    If it was up to me hang them all but before you do that kill his image kill what he stands for. Sort of like what they did to Saddam. Pulling him out of a rat-hole checking him for bugs.

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  7. Los Zetas are the worst. yea other cartels wont give up the drugs and money but they are doing things to help Nuevo Leon. La Familia Michoaca which is not suppose to set foot in Nuevo Leon is helping get rid of Z and give money to poor families, they also gave presents to all the kids in 12small towns in Nuevo Leon for Christmas and not cheap toys that the government gives out for pitty these toys were about 75 dollars each or more. Cartel Del Golfo is in Nuevo Leon also trying to clear it up from Zetas, So yea theyre not the best people out there but they are also trying to get rid of the worst cartel out there. Say what you say as long as they don't hurt innocent people and try to get rid of the Zetas theyre good in muy book:)

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  8. There are no true Zeta's fighting any longer. Just untrained affiliates. They will crumble soon and when PRI wins the election, thigs will calm back down and they will run shit for another 100 years.

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  9. So if Jeffrey Dahmer was cutting up people and lets say they happened to be rapists would you say he was doing people a favor? No. That's why we have a court system. When Hitler was out killing Jews and had his brainwashing propaganda was he doing the world a favor?( That can be compared to corridos if you think about it.) I think we all know the answer to that one. Now these animals thinking they are above the law or somehow entitled to decide who is good and who is bad. And their cheerleaders just cheering them on. Go CDS! Go CDG! Go Z'S Pinches vavosadas!!!!!! A todos parejos o nada...

    :)
    77

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  10. I hear what you're saying 9:48, but the way I see it, gift-giving and charity is just part of the narco PR campaign. Somehow, we are supposed to ignore the atrocities (like hanging a semi-nude women off a bridge), and cheer on ANYONE who claims to be against the Z.

    All these cartels and their sicarios commit crimes against innocents, when they say they don't it is a bald-faced lie and they know it. In fact, they insult the intelligence of the Mexican people when they say these brutal murders are for the good of society and they are simply "cleaning the territory," when they threaten the lives of journalists.

    But I think 9:38 put it best:

    "Let's take CDG for example they created the Z's. Why because they had to protect themselves from CDS. Now CDG, CDS, FM is supposed to be booty buddies fighting the Z'S. They all played their part in creating that problem."

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  11. it sucks ...but the realpolitick here is that there is gonna be crime ..

    who is gonna run it...the C or the Z..

    before the Z you could run the streets all night ...i even used to park my car on the street...and was told personally .."we control the streets"...nobody does nothing without permission...and we want it safe for people to go out and go to the clubs and have the night life ....all the businesses paid a mordida...and business went along as usual...

    when the Z came into Monterrey and hung their recruiting banners..in two months all hell starting breaking loose, the first sign was the taxis started trying to overcharge ,,,then the polizetas were stopping people on the streets and shaking them down...then the little pink bags appeared and if your shit was in a little pink bag it was alright..then all kinds of weird little cholos started hanging around the corners and entrances to stores and clubs....the taco vendors suddenly changed ...and so on

    so even though the old guys who ran the crime in Monterrey before were far from saints , they knew how to operate with a minimum of bloodshed

    with the Z it is all out war on everbody


    sometimes in life it is the choice between the lesser of two evils...and this is that time


    so back to my question...who do you want to run the crime in Monterrey?

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  12. Lets get this straight

    Sinaloa has been killing gulf cartels since the dawn of time and vice versa

    Then gulf hires Z's to kill Sinaloa members

    Then a few years later Gulf becomes friends with Sinaloa and are hunting Z's

    doesn't life as a hitman suck

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  13. @ 'Brito, you have very well described the change from narco-business to narco-terrorism in NL. Before the Zs, crime worked with policing and now crime is anarchic, violent and counter-productive.

    Those who think the cartels will disappear by Calderon's magic are naive. The cartels will always be here, because they supply what many desire. They have always be part of our society, from the ancient Greek cities to today's Italy.

    It's the punks, the franchises, the uncontrolled Zs who got to be eliminated. Today, the first idiot can claim to be a Z, take a gun, rob and kill an old man in a wheelchair and give some money to a self-declared Z local boss. It doesn't make him a narco but a bloody murderer. These are the barbarians sacking Rome.

    I blame Fox and Guzman for that change. Didn't they orchestrate the CDS turf war against CDG? Didn't his allies in BL start doing nasty kill jobs and youtube PR? Didn't the CDG in response defend itself with a paramilitary force? That the beast eventually ate the hand that was feeding it? That the beast spread all over the country without the code and ethics that made cartels bearable?

    The PAN has to go and things have to come back to PRI's narco-peace and smart business. As 'Brito said, he could park his car in the street without fear. I could walk at night in Napoli without fear.

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  14. Everyone talks about the lesser harm. Maybe the lesser harm was PRI. Unfortunately the public chose PAN. It is true drugs will always be a part of Mexico. Like gambling, prostitution, drug use, and alcohol will always be a part of the U.S. The same way U.S allows tobacco and alcohol companies to operate while being responsible for thousands of deaths per year, the PRI allowed cartels to operate. Not on billboards and tv commercials but "abajo del agua". Calderon's noble cause if it was that in the first place was doomed from the start, the same way U.S tried prohibition. Asking people to stop dealing and getting high is like asking them to stop breathing. Lets face it mota, pase,y base is a part of life! So end corruption and put a stop to streets being bathed in blood by legalizing???

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  15. @ Ovemex.
    great stuff..another original, no where are you going to get english translation, and explanation of details such as Telediario/NL media..

    @ everyone..
    every cartel is self righteous always claiming they will "save the people" by destroying their enemies. Narcomantas often proclaim this. When Chapo came to my town some months ago, his manta hanging on the entry bridge promised "to rid the city of the vermin" (Zs) then passed out flyers advising citizens how to stay safe..."stay indoors after dark, do not wear black...etc..

    Laughable.

    and yes they most def ingratiate themselves to folks, churches, charity orgs by donating funds for good deeds. I neded an expensive item, for a school and they saw the news article and offered to donate it. Many folks are desperate. and why? it is the ineffective, uncaring government, who allows children to die rather than provide medical, just so much atrition. It is the government that is oblivious to the needs of the poor; and this results in the perfect scenario for cartels to easily ingratiate themselves to desperate people.

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  16. @ Buela,

    I often agree with you and I think you are one of the more informed people who post here. I also know of you actual experience in Mexico.

    But, your post above surprised me because it shows how you really don't understand the degree of distrust of the government. My relatives in Sinaloa will tell you that they NEVER go to the government for anything, especially the police. It is easier to get help from others. They do think MALOVA will change some of that if he stays alive. If you can't get help from the government, who do you get help from on a grand scale? The Cartel. It is not desperation, it is the way things are done in Mexico, and ALWAYS have been as Lito noted.

    Recently, my cousins had their car stolen at gunpoint in Mazatlan while two Municipal Police watched it happen. Literally, right in front of them. The cartels do not like this petty crime and 19 people were killed on X-mas day, largely all car thieves and hoods. Now, you tell me, who are my cousins going to like? Not the police, not the government, but the cartel who is actually doing social cleansing.

    Sorry folks, if you haven't seen this from the inside it makes little sense. It is the choice between a lesser evil. The cartels do a serve a function, not the Z's but the cartels. And in a society where laws are merely suggestions at times, the cartels may be the best going for some areas. No, it is not ideal but that is the way it is, and will be.

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  17. Damn now auto-theft is a crime punishable by death. The sentence being handed down by Honorable Judge Chapete Guzman.

    By your self some Pom-Poms y sigue apoyando al diablo.

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  18. I find it sad that so many don't seem to be able to see the difference between death squads trafficking drugs and made up of petty criminals, gang members, and others on the outskirts of society, and death squads whose leaders are government officials, businessmen, conservative leaders who target what they call 'delinquents', people who can be drug traffickers, labor leaders, students, homosexuals, or anybody their conservative leaders from the higher stratas of society don't like... or they can be sometimes just innocent people caught in the crossfire, as often happens.

    Is it that you all think that there are none of the second type of 'new federationists' commanded by Mexican Rightists running around? Or do you think that they somehow are no threat to Mexico, whereas the drug cartels are? Which is it?

    Are do you actually support the formation of these extra legal goon squads by the upper crust elements that run Mexico? Because they are being formed and more still will be seen in the near future.

    Ernest1

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  19. Well this letter looks like if was written by Z because they replaced many "s" and "c" with the letter "Z" that is how many messages from the Z are written...just an observation...

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  20. @ 1:29
    Good observation, but if you look closely, the words that were filled with z's, appear to have a reason.

    The words: Periodistas has been changed to Periodiztaz, escoria has been changed to ezcoria..These words have been changed purposely by whoever wrote this to speak of the Z's and those who are with them or on the take with them.

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  21. @ 10:48

    Oh my friend I am sorry if I gave that impression. I sure did not mean to and yes every word you say is something I 100% agree with. I was solely speaking to the fact that cartels woo the people to in effect control poor people into accepting their activites by doing something the government has never done... Provide.

    As for not trusting police etc, yep! the municipals including mayors, and police are the very worst, no one would call on them for almost no crime. I from that the hard way long ago when I was a victim of a crime and wanted to go to the police actually my naivete was worst than that I told my empolyees "call the police!" they looked at me like I had three heads. I now know all municipals are in bed with the cartels..at least in territory of desired routes, he is how they maintain. But corruption is at every level, politians speaking out both sides their mouths, it is disgusting. I was more speaking of how I see poor children with cancer and other terminal illnesses or chronic illness and they have no money, no insurance, and the gov jacks them around, pretending to help them to a point then allowing them to die, I have seen dozens of kids this has happened to. I can save some but I am just one person if I know of dozens, can you imagine the actual figure? same with the schools, lousy at best and limited. those types of things. I had a little guy with a brain tumor, cancer. He was in so much pain he could not go out to the sunlight, or hear sounds, and would pound his head on the floor and walls to numb the pain. The gov did not even pay for his pain medicine. We funded his surgery and he is strong and well today, and listen to this..so our governor (or recnt gov he is on his way to DF now) came in after ALEX we lost thousands of homes in the area. So while the press was there he says "give this family a new home!!" WTF?? a new home but you could not pay for his cancer??? I was very upset.

    but no I am with you..absolutely no one trusts police or gov authority. This is know. People actually accept this. It is my opnion that the municipals along the border should be taken over by fed gov.

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  22. @ cucheman

    Education is the key. But the system would have to have a complete overhaul and have parity, so the child living in the shanty has access to the same quality education as a so called upper class child would have.

    See Messico puposely designed a system so that poor class remain so. and it was effective, having greater than 50% poverty rate, but also it has come back to bite them in the ass.
    presently, most wealthy students go to private schools, so money separates them from the remainder right at the top. Then they give "free"education to an allocated number of students. But the schools are substandard at best, teachers ar rarely certified or with degrees, because of the low pay the certified teachers seek employment at private schools. Teacher in public schools earn 50-75 USD per week. They are unmotivated, not dedicated, and unqualified. not all but the majority. The students go along to equivalent of middle school, then before they can progress, they must passed tough entry exams, which include subject matter that they have never been schooled in. And if they pass they must pay an entry fee, well you can see how that ends.
    with those facts there remains a huge poor and uneducated class of folks. and in my opnion Mx hurt themselves by creating a narrow field of young minds to culivate to become their leaders, scientists, medical professionals, educators...see?
    Quick story about a boy I saw at a construction site I was building therapy centers and I saw a young boy struggling with a wheelbarrel, to his horror I began asking him why he was not in school. this was 13 mos ago. Long story short he had not been in school for a couple years and was illiterate. I hired a tutor, and low and behold this kid ended up being of gifted intelligence! He is reading and writing at level and has aced all his state tests. in 1 yr! it made me happy and sad at once. and Benito is a great, loving, polite, ahppy child, a gem.

    Messico is really dismissing/discounting the majority of their brightest.
    any plan to curb the violence will fail without a plan to include quality education for all. This is why the cartels have an unlimited supply of recruits. Messico has done this to themselves.

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  23. The real problem is employment, Buela.

    Messico is really dismissing/discounting the majority of their brightest.
    any plan to curb the violence will fail without a plan to include quality education for all. This is why the cartels have an unlimited supply of recruits. Messico has done this to themselves.'

    You can educate and educate and educate until you're blue in the face but if there are no jobs for these newly educated people, then you still have the big over all problem left unsolved.

    What is it about the joint US/ Mexican society that it cannot find jobs with decent pay for so many?

    Ernest1

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  24. @ E1

    Have to get an education first before any hope of employment. But you are correct of course. In my many posts I do emphasize the fact that education, employment and economic restructure is key. Messico does have the "tech" schools to learn a trade but again they are fee generated and require passing a pretty tough exam.

    Oh but there are jobs...for a priviledged group. not for the uneducated poor.

    Of these facts I am as certain as anything I know. Up close and personal.

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  25. who cares who kills who ..just as long as the ones who need killed off get it...right wing left wing bing bing ding a ling...this shit needs to stop

    Mexico is never gonna be not corrupt from top to bottom...the Napoli model is as good as it is ever gonna get

    most people in Mexico don't even care , as long as they can just live and have a family

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  26. buela its sounds like the people need to STOP depending on their government for their every need!

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  27. Education is not they key and lack of it is not the cause of what's going on in Mexico. Don't get me wrong, education is a very good thing.
    However then you will just have educated narcos!

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  28. @ El_Regio said...

    i agree ..

    lots of narcos send their kids to big schools...so they can be evil and educated at the same time ...
    then you get the making of politicians

    like the old saying goes ...send a frog to school..and you get an educated frog

    the big problem in Mexico is lack of respect for the concept of law and order...and no wonder when from top to bottom every body who has a chance to abuse their power does it ...it is kinda like driving...run the sign ..run the light ...park in the street ...edge the other guy out , take any advantage you can , and to hell with every body else

    once you think like that the more polite law abiding person looks like un tonto ...slow stupid obedient , to be taken advantage of...that is a genie that is hard to put back into the bottle

    when i leave Mexico and go bac to the USA , i have to retrain my self to drive in a civilized manner, and for a few days the docile mannerly drivers in the USA seem slow and stupid to me , because they obey the laws and don't try so much to push their way around

    to me the problem in Mexico is not money , or anything like that ...it is in the mind set of the people..it is a variation of the "frontier mentality"...

    it is the "conquistador mentality"..with enough boldness, cruelty, greed and luck you can have it all

    nunca olvides ..the people who are on top in Mexico today had ancestors who killed their way to the top

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  29. Lil Brito you nailed it... I see the same issues in Mexico! It has nothing to do with poverty or education, it is the peoples mindset.

    Brito I seen you are from Monterrey too... thats cool, my family resides there as well. They live in the heart of Zeta territory (Zona Sur, Colonia Sierra Ventana to be exact). My grandmother lives a few blocks from where El Billy's mom was killed.

    I see the problem in Mexico being the culture, the corrupt culture. Everyone is corrupt like you say, from the bottom up. I know some folks over there that have a small store in their home. They have a carniceria too, when the inspector comes they simply pay him off, they don't pay a business tax, they have built on top of the sidewalk so that no longer exist for the people to use, they have taken over many others parking spaces and they build illegaly by bribing building inspectors. This behavior extends to ever sector of society. It has been rampant in thier public infrastructure, they steal the construction materials used for their roads which is why they are of such cheap quality. I can go on and on about why they are falling apart as a society...

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  30. ZETA TERRITORY IS EVERYWHERE REGIO, FROM SOUTH NUEVO LEON TO NORTH,

    LETS HOPE THEY DONT START USING CAR BOMBS AGAIN

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  31. @El Regio...

    El Regio, Brito now says that he has no family in Monterrey and that he has no Latino ancestors.

    'Brito I seen you are from Monterrey too... thats cool, my family resides there as well.'

    Go figure? Just trying to figure Brito out....

    Ernest1

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  32. @ regio

    hey i take that as a compliment...pero..nooo..i am not a regio...just got some family here...spend some time here...really love Monterrey though...


    @ ernest 1...why are you so interested in "figuring me out"...what are you some kinda pinche ratero or something

    fuck you culero...you ain;t never gonna figure me out...but mebbe i have got you figured out ...as some kind of creep ...on here trying to identify people ...is that why you donate to BB ..to sneak around and snitch on people or something.....uhhrrr...now you really got me to thinking about commenting here


    now i think you are just coming on as a an old hippy to try to smoke people out...you fucken weirdo ...who are you working for ?

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  33. I stand by what I know and am involved with...JAJA Briiito...now I have to say you are not coming from a knowledgeable place. SOrry, when you spend years in the education systems in Mx then we can have conversation.

    How simplistic to discount what evey expert in the world says...but you come back with narcos sending their kids to the finest schools...while true those are top level narco...but lets talk further, if they had an option most would not have chosen the life, options of ed and employment. for Ni-Nis does not exist. They choose the life because living well and dying young is preferred to long life living poor, without possibilities.

    The illiteracry rate in Mx is growing, children know they have an option to work cartel life. Their world is shrunken.

    Done...Pointless..

    other subject...
    I love Mty. up until 18 mos ago I had an apt there and love driving there on weekends, driving from the Mx City I have my offices in. I saw a city crumble before my eyes. I know now that any city is vulnerable. But this one I blame more on Calderon, he could have stopped the violence early on, not wait until it prgressed to the point it is now.

    I saw my first manta advertising for recruits in mty...hanging from a bridge, (Zs) I could not believe it.

    As for E1...figuring you out, when he accused me of being a man and a fake, I thought it very weird indeed. Then when he wrote he was a gringo, my image of him went back to Assange. jeje...He refused to believe who I am and what I do, calling me "fake" ..

    I think even when Ovemex posted he knows me and helped me with a project and stated I have done and continue to do great work in Mx...that still was not enough. It makes no sense why he challenges us in a personal way. I now will give him respect if he gives it to me, otherwise E1 does not exist. Having said that, once in a while he has had a point I can agree with.

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  34. No- I am no longer challenging you, Buela, nor lito'brito in whoever, whatever you say you guys/gals are. Others have been challenging lito'brito recently though on who he is or is not. Couldn't help but notice it. Personally I do not really care though.

    Sadly for BB, it has become painfully obvious that there is a lot of game playing going on here, which in some ways has been making this site kind of like the Spanish language blogs that cover the drug war stuff. Those who can read Spanish can go and get their full share of machista posturing and so on on those sites.

    Where BB does stand out above the Spanish language sites is when it publishes articles that do inform people some on the social/political/cultural background in Mexico/ Latin America which people in the US generally have not a clue about, including many who are perfectly bilingual in their language abilities.

    Since we are on this thread about La Nueva Federacion and 'Pelirroja' and the strange happenings around her execution by the Whoevers?????.... might I take the opportunity to ask if anybody knows here what has been done to investigate the occurrence of her 'escape'? She was under police custody at the time and the excuse given for transporting her to the hospital was that she needed medical care, which is pretty much a bullshit excuse if ever there was one, since the police of Mexico hardly care whether their prisoners are sick or not. In the US they hardly care either when prisoners get sick... Prisoners everywhere almost are often in danger of dying from their medical conditions while in jail, not in getting treatment for them that leads to their execution by being hung naked from a street overpass, let go by the police to be murdered without trial.

    So why was there no fire fight to keep 'Pelirroja' in police custody? Why did her police guardians give her up without a fight? Have they been investigated as to their police actions or rather inactions?

    If so, what was the outcome of this investigation? Why doesn't the Calderon government demand answers to these questions? Why do they allow an elected official, Mayor Mauricio Fernandez of Garza Garcia to continue to openly talk about how he is supporting organizing death squads to operate in Mexican territory? These are the questions that interest me more than my asking details of BB posters' lives. I don't really care why Lito brito wants to call others weirdos?... or like matters...

    Ernest1

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  35. In Mexico you do not get to the top of the food chain by being polite, that's the way it has always been. You bump,grind,tear,claw,push,
    kick to get what you want. El que tiene mas saliva, come mas pinole. Mejico se volvio en pura mierda.

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  36. sometimes you guys can sound like lil' kids bickering at each other.

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  37. Society in a large scale is deteriorating. People need a reason for justifying their lawlessness. In Mexico, theirs no jobs, or possibilitities of advancing to a higher status. Survivial is part of human instinct. You have corporations leaving the U.S. for cheaper labor, and to avoid paying taxes. Now you have corporations leaving Mexico for even more cheap labor in Asia. It's pointless to have a degree if their aren't any jobs. Here in the U.S., you have many educated people with no jobs. The only advantage here is that we have programs like food stamps, housing, free education to help the people here, but it's taking a toll on the people who do work and pay taxes. Bottom line; everything is going down the toliet, and survivial of the fittest is taking place. Compromising your priciples is leading the way for corruption, and the reality is that people will do what it takes to survive. We as a race of people, are in downward spiral of detorriation. The human heart/mind has become corrupt/hard because of the lawlessness in the land.

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