Monday, July 20, 2015

Government Deceit:No conflict in the Aquila arrest of Semei? 4 children gunned down

By Lucio R. Borderland Beat
Read Valor’s post by linking here for back story

Six year old girl, 12 year old boy and an adult were killed

Although the government was quick to pronounce there were no shots fired and no conflict in the arrest of Semei Verdia, testimony and photos taken by citizens tell a different story.

The sheer number of soldiers, including the Marina,  Federal Police. and Army, hundreds of elements, was a tip off they were there to take Semei Verdia, no matter the amount of collateral damage.

Reports coming from Aquila; The unarmed community formed a roadblock when they realized Semei had been arrested.  They initiated dialog with the Marina, demanding the soldiers allow their leader to go free. the response was for soldiers to open fire, killing at least two, including a child, and injuring at least 4 other children (reported ages 4, 6, 9, 12, 15).  Melesio Cristiano, 60 years was also killed.

It appears another extrajudicial event has occurred.


Soldiers opened fire everywhere, people reported bullets entering their homes, all of the killed and injured were reported as being in their homes when shot. Two other adults injured, one seriously another, a woman visiting the home was injured when a bullet grazed her head.
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Edilberto Reyes 12 years old, died from his injuries that pieced his head exiting through his eye
Neymi Natali Reyes Pineda, 6, died from the bullet wound to her chest
Semei Verdia has been one of Dr. Mireles’ greatest proponents, and has come under attack twice in the past year, attacks that resulted in deaths of members of his autodefensa group, known as the “coastal autodefensas”, and regarded as “genuine” autodefensas. Semei is a humble man whose sole interest is that of ensuring safety and peace for his indigenous community.   Salvador Molina Navarro, the attorney of Dr. Mireles has stepped up to defend Semei.

He is not a murderer, drug trafficker, he is not Chapo Guzman, but hundreds of  soldiers were needed for his “capture”.  

In what is reminiscent of the arrest of Dr. Mireles, Semei appears to have been set up.  He was called to review the delivery of armored vehicles by the government, the Fuerza Rurales were to also attend the meeting.  He was arrested on the spot.


No Rurales were in sight.


Semei was carrying one weapon when arrested, a weapon that was legal and registered.  His arrest had zero to do with his weapon and more so because of his leadership.  Like Mireles and Salgado, he became a strong, outspoken adversary to the transgressions of the government and organized crime.

The community reports that the soldiers took with them their radio system by which they use to protect their community, (indigenous communal land).  The soldiers also took the seal of the community council. 



Indigenous Rights and Autonomy (material was used to write this section from; Ostula culture and defiance) 

The rebellion of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) in Chiapas in 1994 gave a strong impetus to the indigenous rights movement in Mexico by highlighting the particular system of disadvantage faced by so many Mexican citizens who continue to maintain an indigenous identity, not simply in terms of living standards, health, social welfare and access to public services but also in terms of enjoyment of political, civil and human rights.


When President Vicente Fox ended the seventy-year monopoly on national government enjoyed by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in 2000, he promised to send Congress a new Indigenous Law based on a draft prepared by the all-party Commission for Concord and Pacification (COCOPA) that had mediated in the negotiations between the Zapatistas and the government of his PRI predecessor, Ernesto Zedillo. This incorporated the principles agreed to on paper between the government and the rebels in San Andrés Larráinzar, which the Zedillo administration had refused to honor.  It is the culture of indigenous people to protect natural resources.

The Indigenous People

The government has habitually ignored the rights of indigenous peoples, and have strong-armed its people in order for control and more importantly,  having access/control of communal lands rich in natural resource. Another method of control is by resisting providing the indigenous with social services; medical, education, communication, infrastructure etc.

This lack of social services, prompted the indigenous population to form the Normalista Colleges, so that they could earn a degree, then return to their villages and provide an education for its children.



Aguila
Aquila municipality, Michoacán's largest municipio in spatial terms, had a total population of 25,568 inhabitants in the year 2010, a growth of 9% relative to the previous decade, despite emigration to the USA and other parts of Mexico. In the absence of medical services and modern communications, infant mortality rates remained unusually high in the indigenous communities until the final quarter of the 20th century. 

Aquila is one of 14 out of 112 municipios in Michoacán that are ranked at the very bottom of the Mexican government's scale of social welfare indicators, level seven. Between Aquila and the Colima border lies the small municipio of Coahuayana, but the nearest major town on the coast is Tecomán, in Colima. The isolated highland town of Coalcomán is the nearest major urban centre in Michoacán, but the road linking Aquila to Villa Victoria and Coalcomán, which passes the iron ore mine owned by the Hylsa group, is in poor condition. 

The indigenous community of Ostula incorporates 49 separate settlements ranging in size for tiny rancherías with just a couple of houses to larger settlements such as Ostula itself, with a population of nearly 800, La Ticla, with over 500 inhabitants, and La Cofradía de Ostula with over 400.

Agrarian and Civil Organization

En 1991, the last time the agrarian community carried out an official census of its members, the total population of the Ostula community was 3,360. At that time 591 of 669 heads of family were officially recognized by the government's Ministry of Agrarian Reform as comuneros, people with the right to farm land within the community territory and vote on agrarian issues. There are only a few mestizo families living within the boundaries of Ostula's territory, and their members do not have rights to participate in the affairs of the indigenous community. 

The community assembly is the supreme authority in all community decisions. Agrarian issues are administered by a Comisariado de Bienes Comunales and Vigilance Council, whose members are elected at an assembly. An assembly of all adult residents of the community elects the civil authorities, presided over by a Jefe de Tenencia Municipal, whose office is in Ostula. Other settlements have an elected Encargado del Orden. These are all modern forms of community governance introduced after the community secured the Confirmation and Titling of its Communal Lands by Presidential Decree in 1964.

Land rights and farming
Although land is communally owned, once land is cleared by a family, they have exclusive rights to use it. We interviewed more than half of the comuneros. Although some comuneros have land that can be irrigated and cultivated all year round, the farming of the vast majority is dependent on the rains and shifting patterns of cultivation. 

Almost 80% relied solely on family labor. Raising cattle is less important now than it was in the past, when cattle could graze freely over the undivided common lands because there were no barbed wire fences round crops and areas of pasture. Although most households do not achieve self-sufficiency in maize production year-in year-out, very few are permanently and completely dependent on the market for all the food they consume, and there are social mechanisms within the community for redistributing corn from surplus to deficit households. 

Farm products produced for external sale include jamaica, tamarind and some fruits. But the markets are controlled by merchants in Tecomán and other regional centers and current schemes for promoting commercial production tend to be unattractive or inaccessible to indigenous farmers who possess virtually no capital. The establishment of a union of the different indigenous communities in the 1990s has yet to make a big impact on these problems, though it has provided channels for discussion of other problems, such as illegal logging, and mining.


101 comments:

  1. When are the ball less wonders in Mexico going to overthrow this government. If they do nothing, than they deserve what they get. I'm starting to believe the US should completely seal the border, No people crossing, no freight, no nothing. Mexico has become a failed country with a failed government, full of failed people who won't even fight for rights and a quality of life. Sorry but at some time you have to fight for your rights. It's long overdue, No one is going to come save you. Live with it or fight.

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    1. Looks like never. Small pockets here and there; but a unified effort, pffft! You must remember, what is called Mexico today isn't even 200 yrs old. The Country hasn't grown up and put on big boy pants yet.

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    2. Wow wow wow...easy there cowboy! !! Look let's star with logic, no guns no war. Second no real objective behind just having a civil war, the government that would come along will most likely be the same why?? America is a neighbor that needs a back yard...so in reality, there is nothing that could be done....because you have to look at the bigger picture why shit is happening and who is behind it.....it not rocket science it happens here on the USA at the time, there is rich and poor, criminals, rapes ,drugs, and and so on.....the problem with mexico is that they have no real direction as a nation....let me explain something cowboy, a third world country and a first world develop nation like america or Canada or Germany or Japan cannot be compared to mexico because they have a devil for a neighbor (america ) there is only room for one chief and we need plenty of Indians.....catch my drift....I recommend watching discovery channel and reading some economy books, so you understand what really is happening in mexico.... violence is not the solution it takes a set of new social economical ideas and a different political movement, aka china , russia to be able to face a giant like the USA. ... in another words, mexico needs the will to be a chief and stop being an Indian....that my cowboy friend is called international war between nations and mexico don't have what it takes, they would get knock the fuck out in a few days.....

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    3. The ball less is the gov. Fuck you and your comment IF you really think these kids deserv this.

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    4. Mexico needs to fight back! Boycott Televisa, Cocacola, bimbo etc Civil disobedience! No guns needed! Don't pay government tax! There are so many ways to do it peacefully!

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    5. Revolutions don't happen overnight you fucking dumbass! They take time. Read up on history and stop talking shit like you're tough, as if you would grab a weapon and take on the government without thinking twice. War is not a game and it is often a last resort. Pendejo

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    6. @12:24 is projecting his own weakness onto the entire citizenry of Mexico. He's anonymous and giving advice on how to save a country in addition to calling those that don't do what he thinks best as cowards. m what a pile of hubristic shit this character is. Until he's walked a mile in the shoes of people suffering under a cartel's oppression, he can't speak to what people should or should not do.

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    7. If your own Army killing your kids doesn't light a fire under your asses, nothing will.

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    8. Great brace your selves the war between those who think mexico needs a revolution and those who like to critizise the ones who suggest revolution is about to happen.

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    9. 10:38 what lights a fire under my ass is that US government officers have been behind all the conflicts all over mexico, all over the LatinAmericas, and all over the world, "covertly" and openly, and that the US supplies the mexican murdering soldiers their weapons and bullets, because that much hypocrisy IS FUCKED UP!!!

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  2. People talk about how the drug cartels kill with impunity, well the government cartel has taken page out the druggies book. A corrupt government that has kidnapped Dr. Mireles and held him captive all this time is now going after hero's of the Mexican people. When will the people realize it's time to go after those in the government that everyone knows are corrupt. Corrupt murders.

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    1. If your not willing to fight the soldiers then your not willing to fight. That's why mexico won't let the people have guns

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    2. Lucio, When I read your story, I literally had to get up and walk away from the computer and go do something else for a while. I am too old to get that mad and get my blood pressure up that high as happened when I read the story. My thoughts were much like nearly every reader who has commented so far; What does it take for the Mexican people to stop and resist the government that is committing all these atrocities?

      Whether they bury PRI at the polls (let PRI win 2% of the vote and they will wither and die like a morning glory on a hot day in the desert), or rise up in civil disobedience and literally shut down the govt., or they use arms to stop the government, something has to happen.

      When the Nazis came for the communists,
      I remained silent;
      I was not a communist.

      When they locked up the social democrats,
      I remained silent;
      I was not a social democrat.

      When they came for the trade unionists,
      I did not speak out;
      I was not a trade unionist.

      When they came for the Jews,
      I remained silent;
      I wasn't a Jew.

      When they came for me,
      there was no one left to speak out.

      The people of Mexico need to be made understand the meaning of that poem.

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    3. Dear dd, we can not fight the mexican people, just as we can not fight our misperceptions about how to conduct a successful revolution without supporters or weapons, against puppets that come from our families and farms to become the military or police might of the enemy, the terrorist state...
      --in my humble opinion, the best we can do right now is to build up the public debate and expose the mexican and amerikkkan government of the latter day for what they are, a bunch of corrupt murderous totalitarians that do not practice what they preach, and tar and feather them with shame, for starters...

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    4. So true DD. These type of killings have become more frequent, or maybe it is just that cell phones make hiding them more difficult? Either way it does sicken me. I spend much of my time in Mexico, where close family members reside in the most contentious of places.

      Sadly, to this point it is the people of the south/west coast states and south that do speak out, and who those with power use it to silence them. Until all peoples of Mexico stand united in the effort to battle against "wrong", nothing will dramatically change.

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    5. I agree with all of you. Expose them to the UN. Or hire hitmen for political assasinations. Like Spetnaz , Seals or Gorkas . no mas quiero ver al EPN bien traspassado.

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    6. That has always been the problem with Mexico, the people always just go with the flow. The Spanish, the French, and their Own Government has kept them silenced and giving them no rights. Nothing will change until the people do. There is NOTHING in Mexico to be proud of.

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    7. The problems in Mexico are not the working families that are trying to scrape out a living without the help of the corrupt government. They are also not the problems from the cartels that are exploiting the highest earning natural resources and crops which just happen to be turned in to drugs and distributed across the border in to the U.S.A.. The fights between the cartels are no different than the greedy Wall Street brokers forced takeovers of successful smaller companies with their lawyers (economical and legal hired guns). The only difference is that the people involved are killed slowly by financial ruin instead of with bullets, the results are the same either way. The interference of the U.S. in Mexico is for political points and the end result is monetary or political gain. If the U.S. really made a effort to stop the flow of drugs out of Mexico the economic impact would cause a mass migration of the Mexican people in to the U.S. that would overwhelm the United States entitlement system in to a collapse within 2 years. It would also leave millions of the Mexican population stranded in to a state of war with itself in the wake of unseen levels of poverty. The U.S. Government has reached a point in which they are only trying to control the flow of drugs to a manageable level and have failed. The only logical answer to this is a behind the scenes takeover of the Mexican government for a while to purge the corrupt individuals that are not playing the game according to a manageable system of give and take. The drugs are not going to go away any sooner than the consumers that purchase them and anyone that believes otherwise needs to spend a few months on my couch for counseling. As the article above explains the greedy are dealt with in a manner that is more efficient than our prisons in the U.S.. It is true that the average Mexican population seems to have little to no voice in their governments decisions and the U.S. politicians involved are not going to admit that they have been part of the problems in Mexico for decades. I do agree that the population of Mexico could do better, but until the people of the U.S. are ready to take part of the blame. This financial problem in Mexico will only get worse until the larger businesses look at Mexico as an investment opportunity and the people as assets in which to invest in. It would take an entire book to explain what has and is happening between our two nations and I do pray that someone other than myself is doing the research to produce one. The financial bullets being shot between American Corporations and the real bullets fired between the Cartels have the same outcome. All of this needs to be brought out in to the open and the people of both of our nations need to have the truth explained to them in words that both can understand. 99.999% of all wars are over who controls the religions or money. I wish I could explain more from my outside perspective here and may sometime in an anon article if asked to. God Bless all of the innocent people that are only trying to survive in this political money driven systems of crime by both of our leaders. And may the guilty parties of these governments and cartels rot in hell. "Ruthless1" an uninvolved man looking in from the outside.

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    8. Steam takes a little time building up pressure, but count on it, it has power...

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  3. Pena Nieto is really scared of these guys

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  4. PRI population control. They did the same in the 90s against Zapatistas.

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  5. The soldiers are murderers, but the saintly marinas have been involved now in plain daylight to show their mettle, they are murderers also, at the service of the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia and ready to murder anybody of any age that gets in their way to kissing their master's ass...

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  6. The Mexican government fighting the good guys. It is insane!!!!

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  7. I am an American, Grandmother born in Mexico. WHY ARE THE MEXICAN PEOPLE SO PASSIVE? I ask the question with all do respect to the People of Mexico.

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    1. Because there are cartels in their mist who punish those that speak out.

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    2. You ask this as Semei has just been arrested and Mireles has been in jail over a year, and Nestora Salgado tambien? Can you not see what a ridiculous question that is to post on THIS story??? If they protest and speak out with the 22 rifles, BB guns and hunting rifles.... they will be arrested and thrown in jail for life as well. Do you think the MX people are stupid? Mireles knew what would happen to him, and he acted anyway. But most people value their lives and those of the family. stupid question. The government will ALWAYS shut down (disappear), kill or kidnap the protestors. Just like Salgado's husband said, the gob does one of 3 things with activists: kills them, imprisons them, or disappears them. Those are an activists' ultimate options. The MX gob has done this for many, many years. There is no way out. Look at Mireles and Salgado. You could also ask, in light of the increasing police state and militarism of local police forces in the US, why are the American people so passive? It is the same ridiculous question. The gob in both instances holds ALL the cards. The balance has tipped too far the other direction in both countries for the citizens to protest successfully, but for different reasons.

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    3. Ball less wonders.

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    4. Until the Mexican people demand better they will not get it, nor do they deserve it. A country of Sheep will have a government of Wolfs.

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    5. @7:48 ...so says the anonymous tough guy...suck balls puto

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    6. 12:22 I don't know in what idiom the mexicans are supposed to "demand" anything when the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia only has ears for whatever Washington wants, including obama, the turncoat that has become the puppet of the amerikkkan rightistas because he wants to prove that his white side does "get it" and he has decided that perhaps maybe his black nigra side really is a house boy
      --LatinAmerica has many issues, and they will have to be resolved in the US on its streets and leftist movements, with anonymous factors leading the charge, the enemy has the most vociferous demagogues ready, we don't know ours...

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  8. My heart breaks for the innocent.

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  9. The immigrants dumped in San Fernando were killed by marines not zetas

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    1. No no no no no, let's not get carried away, the marinas were not yet on the field when the setas fucked up people like there was no end...do not muddy the cloudy waters with politics...

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  10. Pinches soldiers valen verga. Look at that child's gunshot to the face man...you don't do that. I hope those animals burn in hell.

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    1. Agree homie
      Kids should always be untouchable
      There no honor on that

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    2. No disrespect or Anything , but anything goes in mexico there is no such thing as Honor or whatever.....they kill and bury kids old ladies ,men ,animals anything in between....they don't care....once I heard stories about soldiers raping teenagers in small town on michoacan ..so to be honest nothing here is surprisingly new.same old just different names....bullets in mexico fly all the time and is always the innocent or powerless that end up with a hole...

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    3. 1:43 the good news is that not all the mexican soldiers are under school of the americas graduates command, the bad news is all of the officers are commanded by school of the americas graduates
      --Univision put photos of the murdered children on the air last night, with the wounds blurred, and videos of the dangerous people defending semi verdia, armed with 5 or 6 feet long branches...
      --I did not know those branches are exclusive use of the armed forces, sorry...
      --but spurious president epn collected goldened medals in Fgance for the mexican army heroinism and for selling mexico's ass down the river...to hide the US part of these crimes against humanity...

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  11. My god i wish i didnt look..

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  12. I cant wait for Donald Trump to be elected president. He may seem like a bad guy but boy would he be tough on mexico which is something that no president has done. The U.S gives millions from the merida initiative but that only buys more guns and corruption. The U.S needs to CREATE colleges and schools for oppertunity not guns for death.

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    1. Do you live in Mexico or the USA? You must be crazy he cant run a company you want him to be president the USA give money to other countries millions or billions even to terrorists not just Mexico. What USA needs to do not give anymore money to any country we have poor people here we need help ourselfs but trump is just a moron i rather another bus becone president last resort hillary.

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    2. The powers that be need good hard workers that mind their place and their business, not some college educated snobs, like obama, said Rick Santorum...
      --That is why there is $$$for weapons, and none for books or schools

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    3. Don't know about that,but something radical needs doing to change people's outlook and focus and who their heroes are in Mexico

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    4. The USA lost plenty of heroes to the government, what did anyone do? Kennedy, MLK, Lincoln etc. . .the impunity is not concealed as well in Mexico, they are either stupid and sloppy or arrogant and inconsiderate. These plans have been laid out for quite sometime, the numbing of people and the quite rape of an entire country all while telenovelas and futbol are used as blindfolds.
      AC

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    5. Dude the US money is meant to be used like this...are you paying attention? It's international companies now getting in on MX natural resources .....if you don't see the handprints of US foreign policy on this I can't help you....trump would make things much worse

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  13. Typical.
    Cause a war, then send guns and ammunition to both sides. Washington needs a grand enema except it would kill all sea life in the Atlantic.

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    1. Couldn't have put it better!! For years the US has been pulling strings all over the world and then plays the victim!! What's he gets me the most is US citizens that buy into it!

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    2. Most of the weapons have been sent by the US to the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia.
      --the narcs do not have enough money to compete for now...

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    3. the sea life in the Atlantic (Gulf) is already undergoing eutrophication due to run off from crop production in support of RFS.

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    4. Fuckin idiot Millie answering his own anti -US shit again..Grow up,what do you hope to achieve with the same endless boring Internet ramblings..
      'Mexico arrests Semei Verda'How do we remedy that?Arrest the US?

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    5. 'WORNG' MIL MASCARAS...mierda accords money from the US was all turned into military hardware, and recently it was reported that the US, sold some more billions of dollars in military hardware, again, to mexico's satrapy!!!
      --and their military are murdering even children in plain daylight...
      --Where is your "plausible deniability" mil mascaras? Shame on you ass*all

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  14. These images are very upsetting!!! I've heard murmurs of an uprising for years, but I now believe that it might be coming... Corruption is widespread in Mexico and US capitalism has always been a benefactor of this corruption... The US backed the Mexican Revolution, but they will not back one this time.. The US has the Mexican government in their pockets! The US runs MX not the carrels!!

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  15. Breaks your fuckin heart to see the little ones,most innocent of us...What kind of men fire into civilians?Even if armed ADs why wouldn't the soldiers feel a kinship with fellow Mexican fighters against cartels and kidnaping rats?Children shot off their own armed forces,and all the while pricks are more interested in cheering Guzman escape

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    1. 6:49, cheering "Guzman escape" is more rewarding than comparing this act of state terrorism with "Guzman escape"...
      --Mister Joaquin Guzman Loera did not have any part in this murders, blame the military and their officers, all the way to their commander in chief, that would help more than blaming the communist, the moslem, the russians, the taliban or the drug lords, like a brainwashed robotool bordering on pendejo...
      PS chapo cheerleaders did not do this either, we are against this kind of behaviour...

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    2. Oh fuck off you..Mexico has way to many people like you..
      You,are holding Mexico back with your ridiculous views on race,country, identity,politics,history,
      Could you talk to a person like you?

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    3. 6:52 you can not even clearly say who you talking to, willis...
      I for one, have left mexico behind, and I will talk with anybody, god kows I don't suffer fools gladly, but I will suffer them, for a while, willito...
      --then it gets old...lissennin' to whining too much makes me puke...

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  16. Toddlers being shot off their own armed forces?I hope the bastards who fired indiscriminately look at her face and feel hurt and shame at what they did..

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  17. What is it going to take to wake up the people and revolt! Looks like nothing.Just give out free tvs and it will be all ok.Now turn over your daughters and look the other way.

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  18. Michoacan seemd better with nazario moreno gonzales

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    1. No digas mamadas compa

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  19. peña nieto, el elegido, es responsible de lo que sus soldaditos estupidos hacen, como "comandante en jefe" de las juersaz armadazz, he needs court martial

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  20. Grandmother Confronts SWAT Team Officer In Court For Killing 7 Year Old Grandchild

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rmr4WEnqkyc

    You guys have the second amendment and weres your revolt? Wtf are you all doing in the US to fight the gov?

    Officer Weekley recently saw manslaughter charge dropped against him, for shooting the 7-year-old while she slept.

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    1. In the US it makes the news and people pay attention. It's not always perfect, but it in no way compares to the shit hole mess you have in Mexico. Sometimes I wonder if deporting 10 million people back to Mexico might not be a blessing to your country. After seeing how a real country works, they might start demanding the same from their's or work at changing it.

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    2. Those deported would definitely stick it to the US in the Ass...
      --that is why the US can't go either way...
      --besides, it helps on the continued exploitation of the illegal alien nation that has the constitutional right to work for less, or not...
      --AND keeps other minorities' preten$$es in check, BUT also equally free and with the constitutional right to work, for less or less or less...

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    3. Here again is Mexicans using the US as some kind of protagonist?
      It never ends and gets us no-where..
      The US is far from perfect,but it is not Mexico..You can almost feel the hate emanating out,,and for what?

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    4. @6:59 It is not "hate" willito, it is just the pure unadulterated truth against your pure world full of pureed pure unadulterated bullshit, that leaves you with nothing but separatista bull, "but we didn't" winnie whiny whining...

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  21. Could of been US agents dressed as mecican marines, isnt that what you gringos say when something happens in mecico? How about now? Or is it N/a? Seal team 3?

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    1. Idiot,BDN is calling you loud and clear,little man

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  22. More evidence against EPN. Good Job EPN sit highly on your throne. Soon you'll be out of office and just another turd flushed down the political shitter.
    The United Nations will have a ball.
    Oh civilians are fighting criminals?
    Oh the armed services are shooting into unarmed crowds?
    Oh El Chapo was an inside job?

    EPN bust out the KY jelly you puta.

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    1. Right on!Love your comments.Hope it materializes.

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  23. I'd say the Mexican Govt is batting 1000 when it comes to arresting "elements of non-criminality". How riding the yellow cheese short bus of them!

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  24. Shooting innocent children thats some shit that must be in drugs to do so what kind of a humans are they? Because they act like animals.

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    1. A human is an animal and this is just another manifestation of survival of the fittest.

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    2. Not animals...more like devils knowing that death is a tool to make people obey ...for instance keep to themselves and be quiet sheep or else...I think It works wonders ask Hitler he killed 6 million jews or any other dictator ...and every one in Germany was scare shit less..same here, peña nieto equivalent of a modern day nazi.

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    3. Hitler did not start out killing jews for the hell of it, the nazis progressed into it.
      WWII PROVED THE NAZIS WERE NOT SUPERIOR, and while some real evil ones survived with the help of henry kissinger and co. They are still limping around kissing one dictator or another's ass for a living...
      --you may think the dinosaurs were fittest, for a while, the human cockroach had nowhere to go but up, that PROVES THAT WHO IS THE FITTEST IS SOMETHING TO BE PROVED LATER...I do not know peña nieto, but he is no hitler, hitler did not rise on the shoulders of uncles or a family of satraps, and the mexican army would not make it as bootlicks of the German Wehrmacht whose worse crime was obeying their civilian bosses who stole their power...
      --now, who has been stealing political power in mexico and the US?

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  25. Hope the revolutions starts soon, Tyrannical dog government needs to be put out of its misery !

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    1. Please people!!!
      WE NEED TO WAIT FOR CARMEN ARISTEGUI OR JORGE RAMOS TO REPORT!!!
      Will somebody send them the news?
      What about drug trafficker Carlos Slim Helu's New York Times?

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    2. CALM DOWN YOURSELF
      props to lucio and BB for being on the forefront of reporting this story.

      here is aristegui, have you even checked the media dumbass?

      http://aristeguinoticias.com/2007/mexico/suman-dos-ninos-muertos-en-michoacan-por-agresion-de-militares-comunidad-indigena-de-ostula/

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    3. props to 10:06, some of these people need a bib, highchair and a jar of BB, spoon fed to them. they do not have the ability to search out answers to their questions on their own....smh

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    4. also props to Lucio for writing the story in the first place, good info on the indigenous. thanks

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    5. 5:56 nobody treat me like that in a long time, moon! I like it, you must be smoking some good shit for the inspiration, or you have been through a few BB jars yourself.
      --lucio, I looove you too, boy !!!♡♡♡

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  26. Funny how some people saying Mexican have no balls/heart whatever. Yet what are we doing hear in the US Bankers/Corporations/Big Oil/Big Pharma/ETC! all control the US government. Yet sheepeople like the ones talking shit do nothing.

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    1. All you need to do is look at history to see were you are headed. I agree with you. The United States is becoming a country of sheep too. We are on the road to becoming a Mexico very shortly, were 99% of the wealth is controlled by 1% of the people.

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  27. Narcos are ok and part of the Capitalist system.
    Organized poor, the vast majority of Mexicans, are a threat to the Capitalist System and must be destroyed!
    America does not care how many the Mexican Gvt murders or how many tons of drugs it trafficks to America so long as there is no Cuba on its southern border!

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    1. Amerikkkan drug traffickers and money launderers CONTROL MEXICAN GOVERNMENT AND DRUG TRAFFICKING, INTO THE US AND ALL OVER THE WORLD, AND THE BAD NEWS, THE CUBANS ARE PART OF THEIR BALL GAME...
      if'n you know why the cubans killed cuban war hero general arnaldo ochoa sanchez, " "for sending drugs into the US"...25 years ago...
      When it was the castro brothers , no word of who were their associates, but the drug trafficking occurred prior to that, guess who was in power on the US 25 to 35 years ago?
      --The tearing-walls-down paragons of freedom and democracy, the reaganautas and Co.!!! that's who...

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  28. You know what pisses me off about mexicans?. How they can come into the United states illegally and march and protest and demand fkn rights. And can't stand up in their own country. You grease balls need to stay in Mexico and protest your own government. Ole wait you guys can't cause they'll mow your asses down.

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    1. Ja ja ja good one

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    2. It should piss you off worse that some amerikkkans go into mexico, demand their way, and do their crimes against humanity and then blame the mexicans for allowing it all to happen because of mexican official misconduct and because "the mexicans are a bunch of drug traffickers" when it is some mexicans carefully selected by amerikkkan drug traffickers and money launderers who keep almost all the dirty laundered money...
      --Google: the Worst of the Americans Involved In Drug Trafficking

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  29. I see all this and it really makes me angry that these innocent people are victims of police and organized all the time with nowhere to turn .
    But I have questions . Place down there in the past I understand the peasants or indigenous people independently cultivate drugs to sell to organized criminal groups . Been doing it a lot of years . Whole communities were involved .
    I don't know any of this to be the situation here but the crime ridden areas seen to be the classic production places , transportation routes and crossing areas . To be blunt , have these people had a history of being involved ? This isn't , in the words of reverend wright "the chickens coming home to roost" is it ?
    Enlighten me .

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    1. Even if the area farmers cultivated opiates, they get paid very little for their work, it is reported on wiki and other sites that not 2% of the money generated by drugs makes it to the farmer, anywhere in the world , and also, the spike of heroin use is because the amerikkkans have increased production in afghanistan, from 9000 hectares under the Taliban to about 400 000 hs under the american rule...
      --Do not blame drug trafficking for the soldiers murdering of innocent children and unarmed farmers or miners...

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    2. It's become a way of life, cause cultivating drugs, a cash crop if you will; is a way to put bread on the table. Just like the Indians of Peru and Bolivia who cultivate coca plant so they could eat. The government and organized groups will exploit this and profit from it. It's just that simple! One man's greed exploiting one man's basic means to eat. From start to end is all for the Ole mighty dollar. God bless us all!

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  30. Will someone please confirm this, theync has a video which is meant to be chapo executin a chap named mencho can someone elaborate please?

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    1. I do not think these baronial drug lords are at war against each other, their feud is against the backstabbing mexican governing narco-mierdocracia, headed by peña nieto, why waste powder on each other'n?

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  31. Fuck the Federales!! that's the only reason they are in Michoacan!!!

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  32. Neymi Natali Reyes Pineda
    RIP QEPD little one..She never even got a chance,before some animals came calling.
    Thoughts for her and the little guys family

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  33. 5:45 the never ever ever ending story of blaming the poppy growing indians, Ayotzinapos, Tlatlayos, El Charcos, Los Aguas Blancas, los Acteal-Chenalhós of being drug trafficking king narco-thugs again...
    --try and think for a minute, if they had the money, they would not have the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia or their army, marinas, police etc murdering them with impunity, they would at least have hordes of sicarios fighting for them and preventing the incarceration of their leaders to steal their communal lands with no compensation or participation...

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  34. Maldito narco govierno esta muy claro que el maldito govierno proteje alos narcos es la unica explicacion por la cual combate a los defensores del pueblo maldito pena nieto mil veces maldito.

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    1. This thing with murdering children and arresting Semei Verdia has nothing to do with narcos, and everything to do with stealing the communal lands to open them to the progress of the Canadian and hindu mineras...and china needs their iron ores...
      --Not everything is narcos, narcos, narcos!!!

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    2. Yeah but the Mexican government is behind it doing the cleanup or contracting it out not the mining companies themselves and its the Mexican gov that will profit from it or why do it?

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    3. 2 or 3 mexican politicians sell out, not the whole mexican government, and the Canadian mineras like all the other criminal investors know their game, their own canadian indian nations do not escape their hungry claws..let's not forget that there were a lot of Jewish people helping the nazis manage the Jewish prisons and death camps, and even helping on the cleaning up of death trains and gas chambers showers...
      --That few mexicans help their foreign masters is no justification or legitimization for the Canadians or other associates, to do what they do, but your beauty could help your case somehow, if you send a picshur of yerself, and if you are pretty, canadiana...

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  35. Great article explaining what's going on down on the Michoacán coast, with the AD's attempting to get the mines to break ties to CT and pay mining rights:

    http://www.reporteindigo.com/reporte/mexico/el-comandante-preso

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