Thursday, February 13, 2014

EPN is "Mexico's Savior" says Time Magazine

Borderland Beat an extraction from Time Magazine
The genuine hero in this  photo shopped cover-is a 82 year old autodefensa member
who took up arms when the EPN administration shirked their duty, now EPN is taking  credit
This new time article, and its cover has, in general, been slammed by Mexican social websites and media.  Revised photo shopped covers and mocking statements have flooded websites and social media pages.  Below is an extract from the article....


Add captionLeft to right: Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong, Interior Minister;
 Enrique Peña Nieto, President; Luis Videgaray Caso, Finance Minister (Time fotos)

At 9 o'clock on a February night, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto was still working inside Los Pinos, his official Mexico City residence, where camouflaged soldiers with assault rifles stood guard outside. For the 47-year-old President, it was a reminder that the presidency is a deadly serious business--especially at this pivotal moment in Mexican history.
Five years ago, drug violence was exploding, the Mexican economy was reeling, and a Pentagon report likened the Aztec nation to the terrorist-infested basket case Pakistan, saying both were at risk of "rapid and sudden collapse." As Barack Obama prepared to take office in 2008, one of his senior foreign policy advisers privately nominated Mexico the most underappreciated problem facing the new U.S. Administration.
Now the alarms are being replaced with applause. After one year in office, Peña Nieto has passed the most
ambitious package of social, political and economic reforms in memory. Global economic forces, too, have shifted in his country's direction.
Throw in the opening of Mexico's oil reserves to foreign investment for the first time in 75 years, and smart money has begun to bet on peso power. "In the Wall Street investment community, I'd say that Mexico is by far the favorite nation just now," says Ruchir Sharma, head of emerging markets at Morgan Stanley. "It's gone from a country people had sort of given up on to becoming the favorite."
Want proof? On Feb. 5, Mexico's government bonds earned an A-- rating for the first time in history when Moody's revised its assessment of the country's prospects, ranking it higher than Brazil, the onetime

darling of international investors, and making it only the second Latin American nation after Chile to get an A.
"I believe the conditions are very favorable for Mexico to grow," Peña Nieto told TIME in an interview at the Los Pinos compound. "I'm very optimistic."
He'll share that optimism with Obama when the U.S. President arrives in Mexico for a North American leaders summit on Feb. 19.

Obama will likely nod in approval: a booming Mexico--integrated with the U.S. economy in myriad ways--would put wind in the sails of U.S. economic growth and further reduce an already declining flow of immigrants illegally crossing the shared 1,933-mile (3,110 km) border.
But "Mexico's moment," as many are calling it, could still disappoint. Corruption and mismanagement are endemic to Mexican politics. Some of Peña Nieto's reforms are engendering fierce resistance. And drug trafficking, with its related crime and violence, remains a defining fact.

After his interview with TIME, Peña Nieto went straight into a meeting to plan his trip the next day to Michoacán, a nearby state where vigilante groups have formed to fight drug bosses who have seized control of their towns.
Officials and experts in both Mexico and the U.S. describe a country at a pivot point. "This is dramatically different from what we've seen before," says Gordon Wood, director of the Mexico Institute at the Wilson Center. "I reserve judgment for the time being on whether this is all going to work out."
A New Generation
Eventually, in a three-way race in the summer of 2012, Peña Nieto won just 38% of the vote--hardly a mandate for generational change. The secret to his recent success lies in the way he then built a powerful legislative coalition.
 
After meeting secretly with the two leading opposition parties, he struck the kind of legislative grand bargain that has eluded his counterpart across the northern border. The resulting Pacto por México gave liberals higher taxes on the wealthy and conservatives an end to Mexico's ban on the re-election of politicians, while Peña Nieto won support for a raft of other reforms, including opening up the country's oil monopoly.
Even after the deal was announced, jaded observers doubted that Mexico's political system could deliver. But whatever he may lack in literary erudition, Peña Nieto compensates for in political prowess. He is assisted by a group of young technocrats, many with advanced degrees from outside Mexico, who together put a decidedly more modern face on a very old and very distrusted PRI machine.
 Among them are the President's longtime top adviser and now Finance Minister, Luis Videgaray Caso, a 45-year-old economist with an MIT doctorate, and Emilio Lozoya Austin, the new 39-year-old chief of the state oil company, Pemex, who holds a Harvard master's degree. Running the powerful Interior Ministry is 49-year-old Miguel Angel Osorio Chong, Mexico's new point man on the drug war. All of them met with TIME in Mexico City recently.
Sitting in a personal office near a bright red phone that connects him directly to the President, Videgaray says talk that he is the true mastermind behind Peña Nieto's reforms is "not at all the reality." Instead, he says, "the time was right. Mexico needed fundamental changes."

EPN Takes credit for crime declining in Michoacán  
"What's happening in Michoacán is really worrisome," says Shannon O'Neil of the Council on Foreign Relations.

"If you can't fix rule of law, I don't see how the economic side can thrive."

Peña Nieto doesn't deny that Michoacán is a serious problem.


"We need to re-establish the rule of law" in the state, he says. (The next day, he announced a $3.4 billion social and infrastructure investment package.) But, he adds, "we are regaining territorial control."
 
He grabs a chart from his chief of staff that shows violence dropping in several troubled cities.

This is a common complaint from Mexican officials: that broad security advances are overshadowed by shocking but localized acts of violence. "Sometimes people see the events but not the statistics," says Chong.

A senior Obama Administration official expresses sympathy. "It's a big country," he says, recounting a nervous call from a U.S. auto-industry executive headed to a large Mexican city for a convention. The official's advice? Relax. "It's the equivalent of, you're going to L.A. for a convention and you hear about a big shoot-out or hostage taking in Alabama. Would you feel unsafe?"

Not that security is the only obstacle to an economic boom. For one thing, last year's reforms still require a wave of so-called secondary legislation to spell out their details. Passing it will take hard work, although the good news is that, unlike last year's template-setting constitutional reforms, which required two-thirds majorities in Congress, these laws require only a simple majority.

Peña Nieto takes a long view. "We are not [working] only with a short-term goal," he says. "We have a broader horizon, without thinking about what the polls are saying."

Even if some reforms fall short, it has been a long time since Mexico experienced grand political bargains, a growing economy and optimism about the future. The idea might have been laughable until recently. But is it possible that America's leaders could learn a thing or two from its resurgent southern neighbor?


 Time Magazine
Mr. Bean mock cover is from al Giordano Narco News FB Page
others posted of forum  by Siskiyou kid and aguiniga12!

71 comments:

  1. All this is b.s as long as corruption exists there can't be economic growth all peoples money will.go.to the politic eltie bunch off greedy mofos

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    1. Don't be silly look at the u.s. there's corruption up the anal hole but there's still crums for the middle class

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    2. The u.s.does not have a middle class anymore!

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  2. what a fucking joke. is time magazine serious with this shameless garbage?

    EPN and PRI are the biggest drug gangsters in the country.

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    1. nobody with brains reads time.OR watches any main stream media.Only the obedient zombie cattle,who will soon be slaughtered,watch or read those propaganda.

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  3. Mexico will never have a balance economy as long there's greedy bitches in power

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  4. Lol he said its the same thing as a big shoot out in L.A. I guess people in L.A. are finding all types of bodies parts on the streets with notes next to them

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    1. @Feb 13, 2:32pm

      Kilo, it has happened in California before...

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    2. In LA alot shit happends eas los boyle hieghts

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    3. @2:32 p.m.L.A in the 90s was fucked up! They were finding like 100 bodies a month for a while there with all the damn drive bys.ppl were sleeping in their bathtubs at night in some areas of L.A but alot of folks on here are too young to remember that.it was not a good time thats part of why the LAPD turned into the gestapo for a while!

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    4. Thats right!!East los boyle heights

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  5. Time magazine has been losing their credit for awhile now. Seriously "Saving Mexico"? How about "Selling Mexico"

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  6. The minimum wage is 5 dollars a day. The Chinese work force wants more money and benefits,and fuel prices keep going up. More companies are setting up shop in Mexico because of cheap labor costs and cheap taxes. I can guarantee that there Will not be any regulations towards the environment. Close proximity,cheap labor force, no environmental enforcement, easy to bribe officials,what's not to like as. Greedy,Shaddy,and corruptable corporation.? As an economic point of view ,they have a competitive advantage in cheap labor and natural resources.The problem is corruptable politicians and lack of security. They make most of their money through oil,and that product is not infinite. They need to diversify into solar and wind power.

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  7. EPN the savior of Mexico! The editor's and writer of this article are full of shot! The only saving that will be done by EPN and his dinosaurs(PRI) is the saving of Wall Street /corporate America. His Boston educated finance/oil ministers are only further opening-up Mexico's wealth/resources to exploitation by Wall Street/corporate America. There is nothing innovative going on here. The opening-up of Mexico's industries to foreign investment has been going on since the days of Miguel de la Madrid.

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  8. Time Magazine has been sponsored by the banking elite

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  9. Fucking Mr bean, EPN is mr bean's long lost Mexican cousin
    Shame on Time magazine for this idiocy of cover and article.

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  10. Joke Joke he an't going to do nothing

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  11. The autodefensas are saving Mexico. They are the only hope for Mexico.

    "Reforms" of Peña Nieto? What crap. Most of the reforms were pushed by Fox or Calderon but the corrupt PRI party blocked them because they wanted the credit if they ever won back the presidency.

    None of the "reforms" are in place yet - oh, except one - a huge tax increase on the middle and lower classes. They made sure that went into effect on January 1.

    Al the others need "secondary" laws that could take years to pass, and decades to have effect.

    And, finally, PRI and Peña are narco-políticos.

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  12. Is someone over at Time/Warner getting high on their own supply, or what?
    I guess, they must be trying to moonlight as a comedy act?
    On the other hand, maybe the "price was right".
    Could this possibly be a Foreign Relations media blitz to improve tourism?
    Amply financed by various entities who've a vested interest in EPN/PRI?


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    1. This man needs to team up with our repubtards and leave the rest of the ppl the hell alone on both sides of the border! Put them both on an island all by theirselves!

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  13. If anything dr mireles and his people should be in the cover,I can't believe TIME magazine will published such lies.EPN and his administration are the ones behind all the violence in mexico.by letting the cartels do whatever they wish.

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  14. the US great big universities churn out thousands of PhDs in economics that can't run a burger stand better than a mexican wet back newly arrived into the us, and all the mexican graduates from the US universities can't even mention the public corruption of past elected government officials, can't prove their corruption or their crimes, much less the the actual ones they serve now. corruption of all nationalized state companies by the international conglomerates now acquiring them at firesale prices has never been investigated, from mining to pemex, the telecommunications, energy/power generation, even nopales belong now to foreign corporations, and mexican businessmen have resorted to drug trafficking to make ends meet, sponsored by the international banking that launder and keep all the money, and police/military organizations that kidnap for ransom and disppear people at will. destabilized mexico had to give in to the pretenses of the global vultures that now come to "save" mexico, how ironic. the US is next, the dirty tricks are working on the soil of the police of the world so full of international assassins wanted all over the world for genocide and mass murder, hose shenanigans have put the US in debt that they will never be able to pay, not even the interest, the new US nation of rich and poor without a middle class represent the triumph of the foreign money that has been taking the US over since the end of WWII,it will not be a nice experience sinking into the third world life of a banana republic for the american people whose country will become a colony again as forerold by a few crazy visionaries that were probably suffering allucinations and mental lapses.
    maybe the A grade rating can be used to declare the mexican foreign debt paid in full...but i'm sure it will just be useful to get more foreign loans that will be promptly stolen, as has been the case since mexico started pumping oil from the campeche sound,financed with loans that still have not been paid, but were promptly stolen too...

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    1. You make no sense dude get a life

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    2. 9;20 if you did your research of what he's talking about then he would make sense to you..

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  15. We have to give him credit he is doing a great job .

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    1. Dude he is doing what he is told to do , i hope you understand what i mean

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  16. The world is on the hands of mafia and the rest of people the vast majority are just slaves for the mafia , i have no douth in my mind of this statement

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  17. This is what happens when epn calls and tells time that he will pay them to hear his so called superhero story that we all kno is a bunch of bull shit. Atx~ghost

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  18. Time has featured Hitler, Stalin, Ayatollah Koemeini and other infamous jerks as their person of the year. PN fits right in. I saw Videgaray on the Charlie Rose Show (PBS). He is a true slicky boy. When asked about the administrations stance and relationship to the AD Movement, he diverted the question without ever answering it. I love the AD cover. The AD's should keep rolling in their communities with or without PN's support. It is the entire population of Mexico that should let it be known who is really fighting the crime that the Govt won't fight unless forced to.

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    1. @8:31 p.m they put charlie manson on the cover for christs sake! Whos next? Chapo?

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  19. Enrique Peñanieto, a President that fraudulently won the presidency, a President with a Cabinet formed of politicians linked to drug cartels responsible for thousands of deaths in Mexico, a President with an open civil war between good civilians VS drug Cartels that bribed high level authorities as Michoacan Governor and many Police Chiefs, a President that keeps saying that in Mexico nothing bad is happening but good reforms and stability using the only two national TV Media Companies Televisa/Univision and TV Azteca to air his lies. HOW CAN THIS INDIVIDUAL WITH SUCH AN ATTITUDE BE PUBLISHED WITH A HEADLINE OF " SAVING MEXICO"? THIS IS JUST EMBARRASSING!

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  20. Peña joto pago muchos millones por que esa revista publicara eso de El. Por que eso siempre a sido lo de el Las falsas publicaiones para no enpañar mas su nombre .

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  21. I am NEVER buying TIME Magazine again. sell-offs.

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  22. His reforms have caused hundreds of businesses, from mom & pop abarrotes to large maquiladoras, to cease operations in Tijuana alone. 16% tax increased from 11%, new fiscal labyrinths, and increasing costs are forcing people to find other means of income or become irregular merchants. Our family business is almost 45 years old and is no longer turning profits, everything goes to salaries, bills, and mostly taxes and trivial permits. We are not in a position to hire new personnel or infuse money to restructure or change business model. Plan B is to close and rent out remaining properties and maybe open business in the US. Instead of stimulating growth, Peña Nieto is hammering last nails in the coffin of the middle to low middle-class entrepreneurs.

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  23. Taking credit from the backs of the Auto Defensas? What a joke! Thats the spin for you! The rich and politicians sell out their own countrymen for a buck. SO SAD INDEED!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  24. I wonder how much he paid Time for that article ? Obviously they know nothing of what's goin on in Mexico !

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  25. I'm mexican n disgusted by this Bullshit

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  26. I didn't read the article but I guess Time's idea of "reform" is the nut busting tax increase that will be used to finance reforms in the oil industry, and apparently that is Pena's idea as well. Pena may take credit but it is the Mexican taxpayer that is footing the bill.

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  27. Enrique Pela Nieto is more like it, nomas anda pelando el dinero de la gente..

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  28. How they will not change alarms applause, if the traitor Peña Nieto is selling them to foreign country? It's worse than Santa Anna!!
    The world needs to know that Mexico Peña Nieto does not save, it is the largest country and cynical thief, we are leaving IN MISERY. We do not choose, he usurped the place of president. It's a sell-homelands. I hope he rots in hell! The people are the ones who saved us every day of your damn government, helping each other and taking care of the politicians, the army, the police and all the corruption that is in there in the government, and while we are killing of hungry, he and his people live as rich with our salaries and increasingly unsustainable taxes, are parasites of society. TIME, no support lies Peña Nieto, have seriously!

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    1. Troll. Pretender. What?

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  29. ...and two more innocent Canadians were slaughtered in Mexico...they were an elderly couple living peacefully and respectfully in Mexico but murdered for their new TV.

    Point is, if Canadians who are generally a polite people can routinely be murdered in Mexico what hope does the average Mexican have while struggling to put food on their tablej yet, live in fear of being kidnapped, tortured and vapourised.

    TIME magazine shame on you.

    _Canadian girl

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  30. Chapo is losing the war

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    1. Haha Im gonna call you ("Chapo is losing the war" Guy)

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  31. People suffer because of their evil hearts they reap what they sow, we must clean the cup from the inside first in order for the outside to be clean aswell. Why do people blame another men for the atrocities they have slowly brought upon themselves? Folks this is the result of manny years of ignorance and misunderstanding of life itself. When we change the truth and reality for something vain and dull this is the outcome. Lets change our hearts and then lets change the world.

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  32. For sure he is doing better than Calderon .

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  33. Check this cover by Mike Sandoval https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BgX5HVoCUAAsHes.jpg

    https://twitter.com/miguelsandoval

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  34. When I read the full article it blows my mind that someone wrote it with a straight face.

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  35. ESB

    There was a time when the U.S. had independent and informative newspapers, weekly magazines and televised news organizations. They all now, serve their masters and owners. Corporate America. Spinning lies or consciously not reporting important news, like the war in Mexico. They serve one purpose: Save their profits and investments.

    EPN, as the "Savior". Only in the eyes of the 1% wealthy Americans.

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  36. February 14, 2014 at 3:04 AM
    "Point is, if Canadians who are generally a polite people"
    My relative emigrated to Canada from Europe(lab technician)and i agree with you,,just saying.

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  37. EVERYONE HERE SHOULD NOW BOYCOTT THIS PIECE OF SHIT MAGAZINE

    EVERYONE HERE SHOULD NOW BOYCOTT THIS PIECE OF SHIT MAGAZINE

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  38. This tells you all you need to know about this publication.That TIME magazine is utter shit,and if you buy it your a complete moron,make your own mind up?
    EPN saving Mexico?What a fucking disgraceful headline"Raping Mexico,again"

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  39. DON'T BUY THIS SHIT PUBLICATION CALLED "TIME MAGAZINE"
    Hopefully some of its"journalists and editors"read these comments and opinions and realize what a shit job they are doing and that they are contributing to lies and propaganda of a sort they should be aware of and disregard.Unless,,they are crap journalists?Are you TIME journalists shit at your job?Guess so...

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  40. You mentioned in your article economic growth, well bud when President Calderon left office we had a growth rate of 3.4 with this guy last year the economy grew by .8. In a recent survey 61% of the Mexican people disapprove of Peñas handling of the government as a whole.The crime rate is up, inflation up, unemployment up, taxes up, corruption up, so what is it that you saw in these tugs that make you think that Mexico is in it's moment and that this guy is our savior. Most every body thinks that you sir and your magazine are on the take. so please on your next issue make the appropriate correction to one of the most stupid articles I have read in Time. up to last month I had been a Time subscriber on and off for the past 50 years. Due to the bad economic situation here in Mexico I had to cancel.

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  41. THE TIME REPORTER IS getting beaten up by people. I found the proceso article in response excellent! and also the outraged readers.
    here is the reporters twitter again
    https://twitter.com/CrowleyTIME

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    1. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=D_SIvLR-aGA#
      You should watch this Chivis
      This is a Diputada who tells The PRI diputados straight out

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  42. chivaaa! please send BB readers' comments to time, just to make sure they know what we think of their rag, no wond people don't read magazines or newspapers anymore, they are not even fit for asswipes...

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  43. @10:18

    If readers link on the hyperlink at the bottom of the post it will take you to the time post page. You can add comments there and read what time readers have written....the guy is getting from everywhere.....

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  44. February 13, 2014 at 9:19 PM
    "Our family business is almost 45 years old and is no longer turning profits, everything goes to salaries, bills, and mostly taxes and trivial permits. We are not in a position to hire new personnel or infuse money to restructure or change business model. Plan B is to close and rent out remaining properties and maybe open business in the US"
    How can this be good for Mexican growth of any kind?TIME..YOU HYPOCRITES.EPN is good for economic growth and employment.Yeah ok.

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  45. That article is basically saying that Neito is making Mexico the next stop for the world thieves to move on in and take the oil reserves, the minerals, and what ever else they can get their claws on. People have to know that those on wall street could care less about what's happening to the people because it will never effect them or those in the PRI because they are the ones who have been pushing all the buttons from the beginning. The worlds power elite have their claws into everything you can think of, drugs, oil, gold, prostitution, soy beans, etc. these are snakes who would kill their own mother if they get another dime or a little more power out of it, people we are dealing with the scum of the scum. Those at the top are the ones who push xenophobia, racial hatred, political faction hatred, and just hatred in general. These slugs drive as many wedges between the people as to keep us from coming together as one and overthrowing them and ushering in a final peace on this planet where man might actually realize that we are all one and stop this suicidal greed from destroying the planet. One can dream can't they, after all the saying either we will live together or we will certainly die together is very true it's only a matter of time.

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  46. @12:15pm you are one cocksucker if i ever saw one, we are supposed to have this mess in mexico for not being good nice guys, we are suffering the abuses under the stupid government that only stays in place because the US supports them with money and guns, because we should repent and mend our ways, and maybe our select government are such good guys, you win a ticket, one way to hell, don't come back...

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    1. You abously have the mind of a 18 year old kid and don't get the bigger pic! Stay thinking like a psychopath weirdo, by the way you write you clearly are one.

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  47. The question we all want to know. Time Magazine who is your boss and what purpose do you have in promoting this corrupt president of Mexico? Once again the natural recsources aregoing to get divided up to the super rich and the poor will continue to work for scraps like a dog outside the kitchen door!

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  48. Time, why not put the citizens who are fighting fpr their lives trying to establish honest local government on your cover page. Before you put somebody on your cover make sure they actually have accomplished something. Actions speak louder than words! We all know that.

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  49. 11:39
    oh yes! I remember when she spoke it was all over the media. Brave lady!

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  50. at 7:51 PM
    "the stupid government that only stays in place because the US supports them with money and guns"
    Oh stop whining,take responsibility for your own faults.If the US wasn't doing anything you would be whining about that.There are major faults with every aspect of aid and US manufacturing in Mexico but would it be better without it?Maybe,maybe not,but stop blaming everyone else you can think of.Last time i looked Mexicans rule Mexico,i thought any idiot could see that.And who voted PRI back into power?The US,,its a conspiracy.

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  51. @12:03 from my corner, the big picture looks too long, too big, too dark,and too thick, you look at the bigger picture, beyond the rosy future the owners of the world paint for the benefit of lonely quinceaneras.
    the world looks beautiful on the propaganda of the latter day saints and the witnesses of jehova, if we could only repent, we could bear witness to the magic of mending our ways... not happenin' Xxxxxx@}~~~~~
    the unification church of sun myung moon and their drug dealing all over the americas is over, other covert operations are taking over and fucking up the continent all over again, but The Washington Times school of journalism carries on, faux news has picked up the fallen standards, glory be, aleluya!!! if you look carefully, this confusing cloud of concepts which i myself do not like, is for you to help, do your own homework and seek you own truth, learn from reading a few cloud offerings, as soon as i find an editor, my popo will be as nice to read as Selections of the Reader's Digest, one thing i have to recognize is, the gringos can make nice presentations when it comes down to propaganda,except the ignarantsn do not believe it or are not so stupid anymore, thanks to the net, Al gore's gift to the world is welcome, but laws are being worked on to put it under control, and we won't be able to paint the devils of the world with the tar and feathers of the truth, the propaganda that swift-boated john kerry, does not work that good anymore, and the free world is trying to control it like the chinese, whose methods of government and population control they try to emulate.

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    1. Wtf! @7:54 am omg you are a weirdo/psycho!

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  52. chivis, i am sorry but i have to let you go, there is someone else, she has stolen my heart, that lady saving mexico from epn is my new queen for the last few days... you are free to carry on with Dr Mireles...we are even now.

    NOT !!!

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