Friday, May 29, 2015

In Michoacán, We Are Still At War



Semeí Verdía
By: Angel Méndez | Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

“In the hills, there is no government.  In Michoacán, we are still at war for a free Michoacán,” said Semeí Verdía, the Commander of the Community Police of Santa María Ostula and General Coordinator of the Autodefensas on the coast of Michoacán, before giving everyone the order to discharge their weapons in the municipal plaza, among them residents of Tancítaro, Los Reyes, Buenavista, Tepalcatepec, Coalcomán, Chinicuila and Coahuayana, emphasizing the presence of “El Americano” and commanders of other municipalities who in the presence of the violent events from recent days that left two comrades dead, went to tell their aquilense peers that they “weren’t alone,” and to bring them trucks full of groceries, but above all, fraternal solidarity.

Pistols and rifles of different calibers were fired relentlessly for a period that felt like it went forever.  It was in homage to Miguel Sandoval, whose body in a coffin was also present before being taken to the cemetery.

Previously Semeí, with a microphone in his hand, gave a public commission to the only reporter there, Angel Méndez, asking to get his message to Miguel Angel Osorio Chong.  “Let him see that in Michoacán, we are still at war, we are at war, and hopefully he still stands by his convictions, because they still puppet the governor.  Hopefully Osorio Chong and Enrique Peña Nieto still stand by their convictions, especially those two, and that they come and meet all of the leaders of the movement of Michoacán, we don’t need any more personages, because in quotes they say that they are the ones that run the entire Mexican Republic…”

“I’d want to be with Osorio Chong and Enrique Peña Nieto, and with the 35 municipalities that are raised up in arms in this movement were to follow me, I’d tell them to their face what they’ve done to Michoacán and to our country.”

“The government pretends to be your friend, but behind your back, it’s your enemy.  The worst enemy of the people is the government.”

“The main thing that is hurting us, at first it was Alfredo Castillo, after that, he left a puppet of the Caballeros Templarios.  His name is…well the truth is, from the special operations, I know him as “El Yanki”.  “El Yanki” is the one gathering the Caballeros Templarios together to retake control of Michoacán, but the 35 municipalities that have rose up in arms, today, we give them some time to say what we are going to do with Michoacán.”


“And if the state and federal government fail to take us into account and ignore our requests, we will find a way for those in agreement with this movement, the Community Police, to put mayors in Michoacán.”

“And if they don’t listen, there won’t be any elections in the state of Michoacán, no matter what,” Semeí Verdía stated.

He concluded by noting that the authorities “will have a certain amount of days to respond to accomplish our objectives, and if they don’t meet them, I’m warning them so that they will prevent putting up mayors in their municipalities and local representatives, and why not a governor who actually wants our movement, but especially wants their kids so that they never know what organized crime is.”

Source: Quadratin

37 comments:

  1. Was up whit the military why can they clean up michocan ? I just hope the violence those not spill to states near michocan porque va a topar con pierda michocanitos en su estado you guys can do weatever you guys want pero en jalisco i colima topan

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    1. Dumbass!! Michoacan. Owns Jalisco who do you think Mencho is from Aguililla Michoacan , as are the Valencia.

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    2. Dumbass!! Michoacan. Owns Jalisco who do you think Mencho is from Aguililla Michoacan , as are the Valencia.

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    3. Si pues, ándale

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    4. Learn how to spell and read first menso. These are honest people, you should read the article instead of just hatting on michoacanos. For your information Organized crime is big on jalisco and colima, full of ct, cjng and familia michoacana. Pendejo

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    5. Callate guey

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    6. @10:28 kinda funny you can't spell "hating" correctly but tell someone else to learn how to spell, unless you meant the idiot in the original post was putting hats on michoacanos. If so, what's wrong with that? It's tierra caliente

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    7. Si el mencho fuera tan bravo porque salio corriendo de michocan no que muy malo pues

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    8. Amen brother

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    9. @2:51 Ponte a estudiar el arte de la guerra...todos los cabrones que han conquistado al mundo se ha rajado une vez para regresar disputes con mas fuerza, asegurado de la victoria...

      Tus habladas son de mocosos cagados

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    10. This michoacan cheerleaders don't get the fact that CJNG are killing people from michoacan like no one else and this ignorants are proud of mencho just because he was born there hahhaha you guys really thinks that he cares about his people? NOT EVEN!! They are annihilating people from michoacan along with the Goverment and thats a fact.

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  2. Those folks sure are brave going against organized crime. all Mexico should do the same, they have heart..

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    1. His praise for el Americano might mean he has more than heart, like maybe ...

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    2. He is not praising el americano, he is saying el americano was there promising supportthat he brought trucks with food and that he, el americano is trying to take back the ct empire with his former ct followers...

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    3. he said el yanki is trying to take back the ct empire with his former ct followers...he said el americano is demonstrating fraternal solidarity.

      now yankee and americano could be synonymous, but i dont think thats what he meant

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    4. in fact see comments just below this

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  3. So he is saying El Yanki is El Americano? (and he is gathering up the CTs to take over Michoacan again? I thought El Americano was with CJNG now.

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    1. I think the "El Yanki" that he is referring to is the Undersecretary of Public Security of the state of Michoacán, Adolfo Eloy Mora Peralta who is known as "El Yanki".

      He was previously accused of torturing and sending death threats to Enrique Hernández Salcedo, the former autodefensa leader of Yurécuaro who was murdered this month.

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    2. That's right, Valor. Castillo brought him in from Edomex. The Michoacán AG was also brought in from Edomex. (it's Peralta Mora)

      It's become a campaign issue down here, with opposition parties putting up banners saying "Don't vote for PRI. They'll give your job to someone from Edomex."

      http://michoacantrespuntocero.com/subsecretario-de-seguridad-se-reunio-con-caballeros-templarios-semei-verdia-video/

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  4. “The government pretends to be your friend, but behind your back, it’s your enemy. The worst enemy of the people is the government.”

    De acuerdo, y no importa el pais.
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    ¿Saben cuando miente un politico?
    Al abrir la boca. ¡¡¡Arrrrrre!!!

    Adios de Acapulco,
    Amigo Anónimo

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  5. @10:45 what they need to go agasint is the currpt goverment not organized crime like you call it

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    1. Corrupt government, organized crime. El mismo.

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  6. Semi Verdia is free and alive, and carries on with the struggle, I hope he can take care of business of community policing autodefensas and kick the federales on the ass...

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  7. I don't know El Chinto came to Tamps. Last April said everything will be ok a year later same old thing.

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  8. I wonder if anyone was from the falling bullets.?

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  9. Mario Delagarza mayor of San Fernando Tamps. was shoot at Friday Checkout Valor

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  10. AD's need a skilled volunteer spokesperson. Mireles was having meetings with distinguished people before he got imprisoned. One of those people like Sicilia should be filled in with everything that goes on and speak publicly on their behalf. That would work to more accurately inform the mexican society and help protect people like Mireles.

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    1. 7:58. I think that would help people understand what's going on and where they stand and against who. Its hard to get your point across when you have not mastered speech.

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    2. EZLN had Marcos. Mireles is an educated man but he lacked the time and the contacts to publicly speak. A man like Sicilia and others would happily help. Chivis has done a good job speaking on behalf of him but someone in mexican society is needed.

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  11. Any person who doubts there is crime here please come to mi casa in tierra caliente. When sicarios come saying they want piso bisemenal I shall permit them to answer la toca de puerta y tell the sicarios ¡Ni Modo!

    Solo autodefensas sabe what person is correct. Los soldados have no idea. "Who are you? Where do you live? The autodefensas can check. "Estas tu mentiroso!" is not what a sicario wants to hear when there are ten rifles pointing at him.

    Demasiado gente here playing expertos and have never been to Michoacan ni tierra caliente. This is disgusting to me. Disculpame/

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  12. Que viva Michoacan y el pueblo!! desde Chihuahua mi hermanos

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  13. Michoacan don't own itself let alone a neighboring state.
    Saludos a todo mi gente de La Perla Tapatía y Los Altos Jalisco.
    Muerte al gobierno corrupto

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  14. What is "piso" ???

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    1. Floor rights, like rent payments for existing on my floor, ground or turf, for just occupying space, you pay...

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  15. https://www.quadratin.com.mx/justicia/Alncalde-de-Aquila-ligado-al-narco-lo-tiene-PGJM/ : )

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  16. In this reference, "piso", means a tax or a fee: for the rights to work, do business, or sometimes just to live in a certain area.

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