Wednesday, March 18, 2015

On Tour of US Survivor of Iguala Tells Story of Missing 43 To San Antonio Audience

Borderland Beat Posted by DD Republished From KSAT
Written by Jessie Degollado 
 UPDATE 3/19/15 at 11:AM
Screen Capture from KSAT video of Omar Garcia
UPDATE FOLLOWING STORY

SAN ANTONIO - The mass disappearance of 43 students that rocked Mexico last fall has triggered a call for action in the U.S. with a national tour including San Antonio.

Omar Garcia Velasquez survived the abduction and said he came to America for the first time in hopes of generating support for their continued demands for justice.

“We are seeking solidarity with the public,” Garcia said.

Garcia, who spoke Monday at the Guadalupe Theater and Trinity University, is among 16 students, parents and advocates divided into three groups traveling to 30 cities, converging in Washington and New York City next month, according to organizers.

They said the mother of one of the students will be joining Garcia in his leg of the tour.
Garcia described how he and 90 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers College in the state of Guerrero were in two buses bound for a national day of protest dating back to a 1968 massacre allegedly by police and the military.

He said police in the town of Iguala opened fire as they chased them down.
“We yelled at them, ‘We’re students. Why are you shooting at us?’ But they didn’t stop,” Garcia said. “They said we were criminals.”




He said some of his companions were killed, others were beaten.
“No one helped us,” Garcia said. “Not even the military when they arrived.”

He said the soldiers even kept medical personnel from attending to the wounded.
Garcia said as 43 students were taken away, he and about 40 others escaped.

“We ran until we couldn’t run any further,” Garcia said.

He said now he and the others must live with their survivor’s guilt.

Looking at the photos of the 43 missing students, Garcia said he would give anything to switch places with them.

He said that is why “we are trying not to remain silent in honor of our companions who suffered.”
It is believed after the students were abducted, they were tortured and killed then buried in mass graves.

Three men were arrested, but Garcia said he and much of the nation remain skeptical of the investigation’s findings.

A protest Monday afternoon in front of the Mexican Consulate in downtown San Antonio accused the Mexican government of not seeking the truth.

“We are Ayotzinapa!” the protesters chanted.

Garcia said he urges Americans to join in their non-violent movement by staging peaceful protests of their own, launching letter-writing campaigns and using social media.

Given Garcia’s distrust of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, he said he would ask President Barack Obama to reconsider America’s policies with Mexico," to avoid becoming an accomplice in the crime we have in our country.”

UPDATE;

Several comments on the original story questioned why the families and students were in the US and said it was a Mexico problem and what did they want the US govt. to do.

Teacher Filipe de la Cruz may help clarify that in statements he made in NYC yesterday.  

As reported in la Jornada, in an article by David Brooks and translated by Jane Brundage at  Mexico Voices;

 De la Cruz and attorney Vidulfo Rosales Sierra, from the Tlachinollan Mountain Centre for Human Rights, were invited to New York by Amnesty International USA to attend its annual national conference to be held in this city over the weekend. During their stay they will participate in various forums and acts of solidarity with the families of the Ayotzinapa students.

De la Cruz affirmed that the purpose of this trip and of the caravans to the United States, is that

    "the world might know that the Ayotzinapa case is not closed, that it will not be forgotten like many previous cases, and that the parents are not going to rest until truth and justice are found, and that the masterminds and actual murderers are punished."


He underscored that the protests will continue because

    "we are no longer willing to allow such impunity, or that they continue killing our young people in Mexico."

De la Cruz said that he will travel to Washington to meet with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR).

At a press conference in front of the Mexican Consulate in New York City, which apparently feared the protest because they asked for municipal police protection, De la Cruz told a media crowd that after "six months of agony and suffering" in the wake of the disappearance of the 43 students, "time does not exist for us," and if

    "the government is betting on exhaustion, it is very mistaken, since it [parent protest] continues with the same intensity as on the first day in order to demand justice."



De la Cruz said that his 18-year-old son, a student in Ayotzinapa, survived the night of September 26, 2014, in Iguala. He witnessed how his fellow students fell and disappeared. Since that night he says:

    "Dad, I'm dead until my companions reappear."

De la Cruz added that these trips, in addition to informing citizens of other countries about "the injustices we are living through in Mexico" and linking it with what he calls the "globalization of repression", also aim to encourage international agencies such as the United Nations and the Organization of American States [OAS], to which Mexico belongs, to make recommendations.

In response to a reporter's question, De la Cruz commented:

    "We don't expect much from the U.S. government, but we hope for the necessary support from the Latino community."


He proposed that Mexicans living in the United States declare that they will refuse to participate in Mexican elections [scheduled for June 2015] until "the 43 reappear" and that "the necessary housecleaning" be carried out in the political parties,

    "because most of those who are running [for office] are part of organized crime in Mexico."

De la Cruz considered that President Barack Obama should be

    "reviewing some of the agreements that do not help democracy in Mexico."

The Mexican President projects a positive image abroad, and

    "that's why we've come here to tell you that in Mexico we are living in an anti-democracy,
a State crime that goes back many years, but that now, as parents, we are not going to permit any more impunity."

At the same press conference and rally held in front of Mexico's Consulate in New York, community leader Juan Carlos Ruiz stated that "the caravans will make visible what is invisible", and that the governments of the U.S. and Mexico are responsible for policies that have caused not just 43, but "thousands and thousands of disappeared persons".

Gerardo Saldaña, from the Drug Policy Alliance, charged that the so-called war on drugs is the same "failed policy" that continues to destroy communities on both sides of the border.


During a rally, dozens of activists and community leaders expressed their support for the struggle of the Ayotzinapa students by chanting the slogans:

    "They took them alive — We want them back alive!"

    "Why? Why do they kill us if we are the hope for Latin America?"

The chants were followed by counting from one to 43 in the very heart of New York City.

Thanks fro the photo Chivis

72 comments:

  1. I am impressed that the activism is coming to america, I only wish they could bring the carcasses of their dead...
    --photos will have to make do, including mondragon's flayed face...
    Best wishes to the ayotzinapos...

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  2. Let's not forget:
    --the military that did not help, mistreated and kicked students out of the hospital, we're only one platoon...
    --The military chase, round up, capture and disappearance, in the style of Buffalo Bill, used against buffalo or indians, is not something iguala police, or narcs do...
    -We need qualified military analysis, and real criminologysts, not gossip...
    ---but they are so incredibly "busy" looking the other way, practicing to say yesssir, yesssir,ye...

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  3. I wanna see how strong the Cartel connections are and try to attack Omar Garcia now? Omar Garcia is the 43 students my hats off to him.

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    1. Yo tambien - saludos! You take away their fire power and put a spot light on the elite protecting the criminals and they are powerless - like Z Fatty Tit weeping like a bebe.

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  4. Good, it's about time that ANY survivors of this massacre come forward with the Truth on what really happened that day in Guerrero State last fall. If Pena Nieto's political party is behind this "Cover Up" then America has to re-examine it's policy
    with the present Mexican Govt.! We worry about B.S. that's happening in the middle
    east and blow off what's happening on our border with Mexico because we don't want to ruffle any feathers down there!

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    1. PRI is always involved

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    2. El PRI is not the accused party...
      To put it tersely, #fue el gobierno.
      --Pena into represent ts all the political parties and all the people as presidente, and his cabinet and generals act out for him and in his name...
      --as the commander in chief he can not come up with excuses like he did not do it, he did not order it, or that his soldiers or militarized police acted without his knowledge and consent, he knows this, he is not a fucking baby, and it is the law!!!

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  5. How do we find out the other states they will be speaking at?

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    1. First let me clarify that the tour does not just consist of Omar Garcia and is made up mostly of parents of the missing. and is divided into 3 groups.

      The tour, called Caravana 43, has three starting points, the cities of San Antonio, McAllen and El Paso, Texas, from which families, lawyers and relatives will depart by three different routes: one through the Midwest. one along the southeast and East Coast and one along the West Coast, respectively.

      After leaving San Antonio, the central route of the Caravan will travel to Austin and Dallas, Texas, then to Kansas City (Kansas), St. Louis (Missouri), Saint Paul (Minnesota), Milwaukee (Wisconsin), Chicago (Illinois), Grand Rapids, Lansing and Detroit (Michigan) and end in Columbus (Ohio).

      The family that depart from El Paso, visit Las Cruces (New Mexico), the California cities of San Diego, Santa Ana, Los Angeles, Oxnard, Fresno, Berkeley, San Francisco, Sacramento and Santa Rosa, Portland (Oregon), Olympia, Seattle and Yakima (Washington), Las Vegas (Nevada) and Denver (Colorado).

      Finally, from McAllen will go to Houston (Texas), New Orleans (Louisiana), Birmingham (Alabama), Atlanta (Georgia), Durham (NC), Blacksburg and Richmond (Virginia), Washington, Baltimore (Maryland), Philadelphia ( Pennsylvania), New York, Hartford (Connecticut) and end up in Boston (Massachusetts).

      I don't have dates for the cities but the tour seems to well organized and there should be press announcements in advance in all the cities.

      The tour will last about three weeks and will mark the beginning of a series of activities that aim to make their problems visible abroad.

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    2. I know the group (or one of the three groups) is in Las Cruces NM tomorrow, the 19th, at New Mexico State University

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    3. The Las Cruces/NMSU schedule https://www.facebook.com/events/861809880551548/

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    4. @dd: do you know where we can find out the schedule? I'm just 1.5 hours from Birmingham!

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    5. Va estar en Venezuela en dos semanas para darle un beso a Maduro.

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  6. is there a list of tour dates and cities ?

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    1. Va estar in Cuba en dos semanas... le va dar un abrazo a su Abuelo Raul Castro quien es su hero Communista.

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  7. Very sad how ones own countrymen can massacre others without remorse or feelings. Reminds me of brutal regimes and dictators but more so of Nazi Germany and the current situation in Syria. The Mexican government is complicit with everything happening in Mexico The senseless executions of innocents--for what?

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    1. Everybody talks, Bullshit talks Do something lets go back

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    2. Hell with a tour lets rise an army

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    3. Are we supposed to just up and go back?
      --Then what, become guerrillas fighting from la Sierra and hiding in la puta tuta's caves?
      --And fight the US school of the assassins franchise a pedradas?
      -- i mean really? Follow the advice of the ku-klux-klan?
      --serious work involves a cooked deal, like forming a government in exile, then taking action on all fronts, including the end of amerikkkan colussion with the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia and Sovereign Impunity agreementzzz...

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    4. PS we have the option of staying the course and finish the conquest of the US by the mexican wet back, just watch the maras, the 13 and the 18, the 2/6 losers, the blasted tangas; some would say, but, but there will be no mexicans left to finish the conquest of the US... and we can say "THANK GOD!"

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    5. Did you know ICE is just like the gestapo of nazi germany. Instead of looking for jews they look for hispanics.

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  8. What is the tour schedule.. I would like to support this effort.. Is there a contact number?????????????

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  9. 9:44am, is my first post on BB, after years of following this site, today was my first post, thank you BB. The work you do is much appreciated.

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  10. I don't believe comunists last year you terrorist killed one of my family friend by hi jacking a bus and burning that gas station even though I know the 43 students is a political move to promote communism I hope the 43 students pay for the theft, damage, terrorism, and innocent people you guys killed pay back is a bitch

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    1. If what you say is true, and I highly doubt it, shouldn't they have been arrested and prosecuted instead of handed over to a criminal gang to be murdered?

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    2. The ayotzinapos have NEVER BEEN INVOLVED IN CRIME, but have always been the target of government aggression, it was worse after the government of the state assassinate the corrosion for asking for 5 cents payrise and genaro vazquez a d lucio cabañas, graduates of the isidro burgos normal got involved...
      --the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia can not win an argument against these guys, because their ayotzinapa school teaches them NO BULLSHIT!
      --But the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia sure got the guns and the gorillas to do their bidding, now they have 43 more targets...

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    3. The criminal gang was the mexican army after chasing and corralling the ayotzinapos in iguala, narcs do not disappear people in this efficient way, the mexican army do... #fueelgobierno

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    4. 10:40 you estas bien pendejo and brainwashed...
      --the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia wishes for the most minimal evidence to use against the ayotzinapos and has none...
      --But sure, the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia does not lack for stupid cocksuckers that will lap it up, all of it...

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    5. @10:40 Propaganda, communist propaganda of the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia pointing fingers away from themselves with disinformation...
      --Google: governor aguirre offered me money to accuse the ayotzinapos of being guerrillas or drug traffickers...
      --families of the ayotzinapos have been offered millions of pesos to keep quiet, and they refused, they want their bus hijacking, tin can collecting boteros, cardboard bed sleeping sons back, alive, and that is no propaganda comunista...
      --but thanks for trying, pendejito...keep drinking the kool-aid...

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    6. You Sr. at 3:23 PM are a disgusting piece of shit......seriously who do you think are gonna convince with your bullshit lies?

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    7. A los 43 les dieron su mericido... por tontos.

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  11. My respects to garcia I hope someone with power in the U.S. government can listen and help and don bullshit and do something!

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  12. There is one caveat. The story must be told carefully, since in the US sympathy will dwindle if people understand that the students hijacked buses. In the US, shooting someone for hijacking a bus would not be considered an overreaction (though the reaction of the authorities in Mexico would be considered over the top, but most white citizens in the US justified shooting a black kid in Ferguson MO for stealing a box of cigars). Add that the students attend a school with radical leftist orientation, and there would be even less public support in the US. Che Guevara is no hero in the US. When an article on Huffington Post, a liberal publication, stated that the students had hijacked a bus and were from a radical leftist university, the majority of the comment denied it, calling it a lie.

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    1. People in the US r tired of the Mexico Bs, Even some my close friends no more sympathy

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    2. Che Guevara dead, is more of an hero on the US and all over the world than his murderer, cuban drug trafficker Felix Ismael rodriguez will ever be...
      --Ferguson cover-up, has been real expensive to the all white strapy that lived to ticket all comers, not for law and order but to enhance the take, the all American phenomena of the US police fraternities squeezing the public to earn their keep, police work made in mexico, haa jaaa, jaaa!!! STFU PENDEJO...

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    3. Why do you log onto a Mexican website featuring news posts of Mexico?

      Do you know how much of an idiot you are?

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    4. --Not all the people on the US are tired, so speak for yourself bastard!
      --Also not all the mexicans are BS or about BS, mister super hero of the brainwash...
      --You and your friends can go back to your Playstation and stick it where the sun don't shine...

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    5. You can disagree all you want, but the results of this tour of the US will be nothing. The point is that even so-called "liberal" white US citizens will not approve of hijacking buses and will be suspicious of any group that takes Che as a hero. White US citizens believe their criminal justice system is fair and impartial and that the CIA is a force for good. Even when the CIA admitted it was involved in drug trafficking, the final public report by Congress was censored by the CIA. The US was founded as a racist country with a Declaration of Independence written by a white supremacist. Don't expect help from the US. Anything that looks like help will, in the long run, be helpful only to the corporate overlords. Moreover, what the rest of the world believes is irrelevant inside the US.

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    6. More than half the white population, supports the efforts for decency, they get called racist names, like nigger or spic lovers...
      --they count more than the effort of the malinchista or the uncle Tom's padding the rolls of the reactionary side for a bone or table scraps...

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    7. @10:30 It must be nice living in Fantasyland. The polls show you are wrong and moreover, my personal experience says you are wrong. Besides, what do you mean by "decency?" In the US decency is a nation run by corporations with whites on top economically and favored in the "criminal justice system." "Uncle Tom" is irrelevant in the US except as applied to blacks (clearly you don't know what the expression means) and the word reactionary is meaningless when applied to the US. No one calls whites who support Hispanics (a minority) spic lovers (and the word spic is not used much anyway; everyone with parents from south of the border, even those Californians, New Mexicans and Texans whose families have resided in those states since before there was a US, are called Mexicans, including Brazilians). I have not heard the term nigger lover in over twenty years, even in the Southern US. Clearly you don't have the foggiest notion of what you are talking about regarding the US and your writing indicates you don't understand English anyway. Stick to what you know, if there is such a thing.

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    8. Let me add these nuggets.

      In Texas, the education commission for the state has modified textbooks so that they no longer mention the Mexicans living in what became Texas who helped Texas gain independence. What are now called Hispanics have been written out of Texas history. It upset my neighbor in Texas who was Hispanic from El Paso with family in Texas long before there was a Texas so much he moved out of the state.

      My Mexican lawyer was at a conference in New York City and when he and his colleagues told people they were from Mexico, they got the cold shoulder. So they began telling people they were from Spain and were treated much better. Mexican in the US is a dirty word, much like spic used to be (mostly referring to Puerto Ricans).

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  13. This is awesome. This guy needs to travel all over the world. We need to support him so he can spread the word worldwide. EPN must fall. The PRI must fall and never govern Mexico again, ever.

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    1. the PRi will always win

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    2. El pri just lost two elections,flat out, and had to sell out to their worst enemies and adopt their agenda to steal the election from the real winners, Cuauhtemoc Cardenas and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, having had to steal the election for ernesto zedillo's jundillo, aka 'el asesino invisible' and the election was also stolen for carlos salinas de gortari el asquel asesino, He was plugging miguel de lamadrid
      --So much for el pri sempre "gana"

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  14. How did he get a visa he does not work

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    1. 12:14 He got levers, but it is a long story...
      --longer than peña nieto's contracts that get to be censored and kept secret for 25 years, at least...
      --longer than the 9/11 investigation secrets and censored pages that get to be secrets and censored by the US government for 30 years...
      --or bertie boy moreira or Leonel godoy or granier or femat...
      Those motherfuckerzzz have stolen billions of pesos and dollars from mexico, and you mind a how he got his visa? What an asshole 12:14, what an asshole...

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  15. havent seen la raza protesting or did i miss them?

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    1. there's no money, sympathy or agenda for them.

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    2. They'd be wiped out like gnats. They know better than to open their mouths in / to Mexico ... about anything.

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  16. Although it is a horrible tragedy, do the teachers only go from one protest to another.Every week buses are taken over ,people and tourist thrown off the bus , and tolls are taken ,why ? The teachers union is like a cartel .Trying to keep their jobs ,that are bought or passed down ,and getting paid while protesting,but never mentioned.

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    1. 2:45 Some of your shit is true, and a lot of it is propaganda, paid for with the mexicans money by government operatives who have been killing Guerrerense, Oaxacan and chiapaneco indians wholesale since miguel aleman decided to invade Acapulco with drugs and tourism.
      All the actions you describe are customary student behaviour and not even considered misdemeanors, much less without a warning, or deserving of kidnapping torture, mutilation or disappearance,
      --all the murders have been done by government operatives, the ayotzinapos have not resorted to violence yet...

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  17. yes my kid was always sent home no teach showed up

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  18. I don't know what Omar Garcia wants me to do. I read the paper. Its a old story. I am suppose to safe him. Omar go back and raise an army Good Bye

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    1. 6:13 Omar just wants you to step aside if that would please you enough, or keep out of his way, while he speaks for those that can not speak for themselves, only until they come back alive!

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  19. Ahhh just give Garcia some legal status here...I work with a white guy thats at certain months of the year he can NOT work a full week to get food stamps....I am mexican from Durango & bust my ass & provide for my family....these gueros say we ask for handouts stfu....I work just as many Mexicans in this country...& I dont get government handouts..

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    1. I owned a construction company for 22 years before moving to Mexico. I had slackers that were Mexicans and White. I can tell you from experience that there was more corner cutting coming from the Mexicans on jobs. But that is something that they learned here in Mexico where there are many cut corners in construction, mechanical work and more. My wife here in Mexico has a friend that lives in the USA and she is continually bragging about the handouts. You sound like a good person to have as an employee. But I cannot get anyone to show up here in Mexico, not even Cablemass. I have had them blow me off for two appointments and have another tomorrow. I bet my wife that they would not show again. When I am sitting here waiting for work to be done on my house and people not showing up for appointments, my wife and kids just say you are in Mexico. I have gotten used to dealing with it. You know that is the truth. I will not get mechanical work done here in Mexico ever again even though it is cheap. I have had problems every time.

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    2. Good results start with being p r o f e s s I o n a l,
      Planning involves dealing with professionals, and paying professional payment, i'm sure you expect to hire some drunks and expect them to obey you all day for good results...
      -Maybe your workers are tactfully suggesting you to go to hell by not showing up...
      -You are lucky they don't kidnap you for ransom...

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    3. I paid piece work. Like most companies do that want good employees. Not an hourly wage. The good workers that showed up and worked a full 8 to 10 hours a day and did not sit around bullshitting made upwards of $80,000 to $100,000 a year. That was even 15 years ago. We were professional. We filed all building permits, had a TV program and were contracting work on over a 1,000 homes per year. We had an office, a secretary and a payroll department. You could not get more professional. I am retired. The workers that do not show up to work here in Mexico have their own companies. I do not control them. Because I am a Gringo I also get the Gringo price on bids. I am OK with that since I am OK. On small jobs I had my wife take the bids at times while I hang into the background. The yards here are very small. It takes about 10 minutes to mow the lawn. The neighbors get it done for about $5 to $8. I was quoted $25. I speak fluent Spanish. So I cut the lawn now.They are not my workers. I can not run a business here in Mexico because I do not have the permits, nor do I want to. I am too picky about my quality and would just make people mad here. There are no building restrictions. I had a motor go out in my roof A/C. Went to a local business and left it with them to rebuild. I came back and got it. Looked great with all the shiny new copper wire inside. Lasted 3 weeks. A friend of mine who is Mexican looked at it and said it is aluminum wire that they spray painted with copper paint. I am just blown away how they can do things down here without any way of getting satisfaction after getting a bad job. I am starting to find a few quality people to help build my new house. To top that off they are honest hard working people. I do not set their prices and gladly pay more than the natives to get the work done. I do not believe in the slave labor that people pay down here. I have a heart and many friends. It is not the peoples fault, it is the way things are done here. Anyone that has owned a construction company knows that even in the USA if you get a good worker you feel fortunate. But the pool of that caliber of workers is not overly large. If you are a contractor from anywhere in the US you know that. It is hard to get good workers and that is true here in Mexico also, even if you pay them more. Obey? Why should I have to be there to baby sit them. They are supposed to be the professionals. I would pay high wages and expected them to do good work. I had some employees that were with me for the whole 22 years before I stepped away. They will always be in my heart and in my mind. I appreciate all they did to be professional, work hard and do a quality job. I still stay in touch with them. Come and look at the house I am here. Like many nothing is plumb. Walls are not straight and the electricity is archaic.

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    4. Good results start with being professional? Here I am waiting for the third time for 5 hours and Cablemass has not shown up again. Beginning to be a joke. Typical Mexican company. What can one do? Maybe I should kidnap them for ransom. You are very funny.

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    5. Weell, you stepped in the shit, that can't be very professional, I would have given my company away to my workers for a small payment and import the best contractors for my little jobs...
      If you had not been paying 80 to 100 thousand to your workers you could have saved to live better than having to retire to mexico...
      Howard Hughes never retired, the Mormon clean cut pretty boys had to pamper his ass until Howard passed away before they could steal the Hughes empire

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  20. Most people (mostly anglos) in the US do not care at all about Mexico. They would just as soon build a fence across the southern border, use drones and whatever else they can to keep Mexicans out. Even the leftists in the US hate revolutionaries in their hemisphere. He might get some sympathy, but not from those who suspect that the students were revolutionaries and committed what would in the US be considered felonious acts like hijacking buses. Moreover, polls in the US show quite clearly that whites in the US think blacks and Hispanics are treated equally in all aspects of society and consider the "criminal justice system" in the US fair and color blind, no matter what the statistics show.

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    1. That is fax news far to the right propaganda, they demonize somebody every day 24/7 fawx news is kangaroo owned, the owner has been tried and convicted for his corrupt business and journalist practices...
      Fawx news is like a kangaroo court, and they railroad people there...

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    2. @9:09 PM I find Fox News to be crap, but they have the highest ratings of any news network in the US. (All the US news is crap, but Fox lies outright and their viewers, the highest viewership of any news in the US, love the lies and know nothing else as they listen to nothing else.) They are far to the right for Europe, but to be honest, they are not far right for the US (and Europe is shifting as well). And Rupert Murdoch has not been convicted of anything. He is still the most powerful "news broker" in the world, worth over 14 billion US dollars.

      Whether or not you understand it, white people own the US. They are afraid of Hispanics, who they think are taking over the country though you could not tell by the laws or by the political structure in the US. But they would deport all "illegals" (and some legals) if they could. Moreover, they want to change the Constitution so that being born in the US does not qualify one for citizenship (they would make it so one had both parents US citizens). And they are terrified of blacks, which is why blacks go to prison more often for longer for the same crimes than whites (and are executed more often for the same crimes).

      Dream on, dude. You don't have a clue about the US.

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  21. Where does a person start? Go for los presidentes municipios and the PGE comes for you. Go after them and the soldados come. Go after anyone and the sicarios come after you. Some of you are not Mexicanos. Other talk comes from chicanos who have been out of Mexico for long time. You do not know this place now. It is not the same Mexico. Come and learn the fear. Your family. It is very bad now. You kill one alacran and 4 more show up. How do you have an answer for this?

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    1. Mexican-Americans, well, believe in some fantasy Mexico which doesn't exist. It's all they have to go on, most being 4th or 5th generation 'Merkins. You'll be hard pressed getting them to listen to the reality of events happening in Mexico; especially if it is bad news. In the US image counts for inclusion. It's a delicate balance for various communities.

      In order to help, one would have to acknowledge the problem and find solutions to deal with reality. Now ask yourself: What Mexican American, residing in the US, wants to acknowledge Mexicans going about slaughtering and beheading people? Do you think the news "blackout" is solely the action of the Mexican Govt? Image. Image. Image.

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    2. The MIERDA ACCORDS prove that some amerikkkaans have somewhat dark interests in mexico, giving one finger help to the majority of mexicans while protecting and helping with both hands and heart the governing mexican narco-mierdocracia, with weapons and training for their military gorillas and police...

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  22. Here is a link to Caravana 43 Pacific coast dates.
    http://www.globalexchange.org/blogs/peopletopeople/2015/03/17/ayotzinapa-43-caravan-information/

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  23. News coverage in San Antonio was mostly non-existant. I applaud the express news paper for being the only mention of the protest beforehand. Ksat covered the events as well. We have various protests each week in SA but the news media generally don't cover them. City hall and the Downtown Businessmen keep a tight lid on the media lest they disrupt tourism or final four dollars. Shame on the SA governing elite.

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  24. Why stop in las cruces, why not abq, there are more people , el paso and las cruces is like double dipping,, ...

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  25. Chiquillos Latosos y Mugrosos... that's what they get for throwing rocks at Men with Guns.

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  26. Valle Central de California. Most important I think. Maybe 16 cities and El Centro too. Maybe 5 millones de Mexicanos. How many Tijuaneros come to EUA every day? California is the big enchilada for this thing. If a lot.of ciudadanos come the prensa will come then the face of Pena Nieto will go red jajaja.

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    1. The group will arrive in CHICAGO on Friday April 3 & be there until Monday April 6.

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