Friday, December 18, 2015

Mireles’ Message From Prison: Yes It Was Worth It






Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

(Message dated October 14, 2015; Received on December 2, 2015, Hermosillo, Sonora)

“On the other hand, one of the people who sent me a letter strongly questioned me whether our struggle was worth it, because some of us are imprisoned while others are being assassinated along with their entire families.  This is why I want to send a short message.

The national front of autodefensas was made official on May 5, 2014 and on May 28, 2014, it became known worldwide with 12 states of the republic, in the Polyforum Cultural Siqueiros.

By 6pm that day, there had already been 19 states that had registered.  A day before my arrest, a 20th state registered.  YES IT WAS WORTH IT.

To all of the autodefensas of Michoacán and of the Mexican Republic, I tell them to continue to organize, to take care of their life, their house, their towns, and their productivity, if we fight; we won’t die when the criminals want us to die.

If we fight, we will only die when God wills it.  I tell you this from experience.  After seven ambushes, and a plane crash, I kept fighting organized crime in Michoacán and my worthwhile witnesses have been the reporters of Denise Maerker.  As well as those from the newspaper El País and the Washington Post and others who were with us in some of our battles.

This is why I tell you to organize and to take care of your communities, by neighborhood and by the entrances and exits of the towns.

While to the brave legitimate autodefensas of Michoacán I ask them—without neglecting a minute of their lives, of their families, their property, and their productivity— to stay in the background without letting your guard down, while the new government installs the rule of law, with the constitutional respect that you deserve, such as the Chamber of Deputies or the true representatives of the people.

For all these reasons I say that YES OUR STRUGGLE WAS WORTH IT, since our towns, thanks to our brave autodefensas, now with their Rural Police uniforms or some without uniforms, continue to patrol and take care of our towns and communities, procuring peace and dignity that they need for a happy and productive life.  YES IT WAS WORTH IT.

Even though I’m imprisoned and 400 comrades are too, YES IT WAS WORTH IT because in Tepalcatepec, they gave us 24 hours to live and after those 24 hours, “not even the chickens” would be alive.

This threat was made on February 24, 2013, THE SICARIOS OF THE REGION and all of our autodefensa advice have survived to date, October 14, 2015.  YES IT WAS WORTH IT, even though I’m imprisoned and others are in a cementary, IT WAS WORTH IT.  That’s all.



Fraternally

'Constitution and Justice'

Dr. Manuel Mireles

National Front of Autodefensas

P.S.:  I repeat my greetings and respects to all the HH:. and to the people who sent me messages of support.”

64 comments:

  1. Hopefully, the picture of the doctor with the other people, along with other images, will be looked at and remembered historically as when the people shook off the yoke and challenged the status quo; lest it all be in vain.

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  2. Saludos doctor. Que pase una buena Navidad, claro que valio la pena....gracias por la libertad, su sacrificio no se olvida....si no en esta vida en la proxima nos miramos de nuevo...yurecuaro 2016 libre.

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  3. Die Bürgerwehren haben das Recht UND die Pflicht ihre Familien und Gemeinden gegen das organisierte Verbrechen und die gesetzlose Regierung Mexikos zu verteidigen!!

    Autodefensas have the right AND obligation to defend their fanilies and communities against organized crime and ruthless government of Mexico!!

    Grüße aus Deutschland, saludos desde Alemania, from Germany!!!

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    1. For those not fluent in German, this is my computer's translation;
      The vigilante groups have to defend the right and duty of their families and communities against organized crime and lawless government of Mexico !! Autodefensas Have The Right and obligation to defend Their fanilies and communities against Organized Crime and ruthless government of Mexico !! Greetings from Germany, Saludos desde Alemania, from Germany !!! on Mireles' Message From Prison: Yes It Was Worth It

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    2. "El derecho y la obligación..."
      "The right and the duty..."
      Now some krautz have come a long way, I hope they support the lawsuits against Heckler and Koch for trafficking unlawfully illegal weapons to mexico's genocidal government for their murderous poolice and military, AND WHEN THE POOP hit the fan, H&K STILL EXPORTED THE TECHNOLOGY for the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia to make their own version of the weapons...

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    3. Spreckenzi dck?

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  4. A living legend, I would love to see a few thousand people walk this man out of prison, but unfortunately it will probably take his death for people to stand up to the blatant injustice he and his kind have to endure.

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    1. He is a hero and a great man.However why go through all this for people who do nothing but look the other way.

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    2. At a big screen tv

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  5. Wow what a tough guy. Will probably die in prison. How lucky Mexico is to have a hero like this guy

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  6. --If the mexican government could buy at least dos huevitos de paloma instead of selling their ass for unos pinchis pesos...

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  7. What a great and honorable man. I would like to be able to shake his hand and give him "un gran abrazo". I hope that a memorial will be constructed in his name and honor one day. He is truly a great Mexican and a great human being. A man of the people of Mexico and a real true hero.

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  8. Any word on current status , I can't find anything !
    We need more brave souls to stand up
    Manos Arribe !
    Cuerpos Arribe ........VIVE La Raza
    Dios lo bendigo

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    1. Not so much out there that's current, his fb pg with the highest numbers of likes hasn't had anything new posted since 6 August.

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  9. Long Live Dr. Mireles.

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  10. Thanks for the update. And sorry for the bother, I wanted to request an update article from you guys. I was curious as to what became of Sandra Beltran, Kiki Plancartes daughter, smurf, Esther the teachers union lady, etc

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    1. Papa Smurf is still alive...he did an interview back in November and he's the leader of the Fuerza Rural in La Ruana still.

      Aristegui interviewed Nestora Salgado, another imprisoned leader, who claims that Esther ran the Tepepan Prison when she was imprisoned there. I'll post the article later today hopefully.

      Esther's in a private hospital now I believe. They operated on her in early December to prevent peritonitis.

      I don't know about the other two.

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    2. La chuky needed a bigger asshole to fit her whole wide ass, she should be left to die like the ugly bitch she is, and her ugly "federal senator" daughter needs to be expropriated of mommy's millions too...
      --but carlos Deschamps is the one with all the pemex billions of dollars, with mouriño, Alejandra de la sota, Felipe calderon fecal, and the bribesca brothers...all of them still collecting from juicy pemex contractzzz in spite of the disservices they have done to the nation...

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    3. "The daughter of a late Mexican kingpin from the hyper-violent Knights Templar drug cartel traveled to this border city to give birth to her first child." http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2015/05/05/late-mexican-drug-lords-daughter-gives-birth-in-texas/

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    4. Ya se la parcharon a la kika plancarte! Valió madre...

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  11. Can we write to the dr anyone have an address

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    1. Chivis has published it in the past. When I have time I will look for it.

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    2. Chivis has quit us, or at least went anonymous, I guess that is her prerrogative, BUT I WANT MY HEART BACK!!!

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  12. The world needs more people like Dr. Mireles, brave and honorable man.

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  13. he must have given up hope that he will be release so he said this

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    1. @2:56 You give up, not Dr Mireles, he's just helped the president step in the shit with all four legs, in company of "all the kingzz men"...
      --he has all the right to brag, in time for christmas

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  14. NO !
    No giving up hope , La Esperanza , EVER ,¡!
    We somehow MUST empower hope .......
    Keyboard Warriors , Dedos Arribe !
    Unite for Peace.............IMAGINE people !

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  15. Free Dr Mireles he is a great and courageous man long live Dr Mireles.

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  16. if he isn't kept alive he will become a martyr for the rest who deserve freedom!

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  17. Nothing changed except for the names he ended up giving the bad guys everything they wanted a badge goverment pension and the right to do as they want with impunity. All that violance and problems occurred in each municipality depending on who was in charge of that specific area when you read something or here something always take it whith a grain of salt nothing is a 100 true Mireles did one thing right give the people hope that's it.

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    1. 9:02 Dr Mireles gave the government a black eye in front of all over the world, he measures his achieve eme ts with a different measure than you...
      --But enough with Mireles and co. @9:02, you have ow the chance to post YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS...
      --MAKE THEM UP IF YOU HAVE TO...
      --YOU HAVE MY ATTENTION AND MY APPLAUSE...
      --i know I am nobody, but that may be as big as you will do for the rest of your life...

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  18. The government of Mexico is made up of a bunch of coward judges and politicians who would more than likely sell their own mothers for a few dollars than seek justice for an honorable man. Bola de cobardes que en infierno se encontraran.

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  19. Wow what an inspiration that man is!Like someone said in the comments;the Ghandi of Mexico!I would say the Nelson Mandela of Mexico[political prisoner and maybe just maybe President of Mexico like Mandela if someone doesn't stop him].

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  20. This is a man with integrity, honour and unshakable values. There are decent people in the world, long may his health and safety continue.

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  21. My respect to the most biggest hero in Mexican history.Dr mireles dios lo bendiga y lo proteja

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  22. Mis respetos para usted Dr. Mireles. Algunos hablamos de cambiar el mundo pero no más hablamos. Y algunos somos gente de acción y cambiamos el mundo. Usted Dr. Mireles es un hombre de acción. Claro que valió la pena para traer la paz y justicia en Michoacán. - alias El León de la Tierra Caliente

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    1. @4:41 PM, asi es, el Doctor es de respetar como Mandela or como Ghandi.

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  23. How is this man not a Nobel Prize winner?

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    1. @8:05. I think he should be. But in answer to your question as to why he doesn't have a Nobel Prize, I found out 2 or 3 years ago when I wanted to nominate Chivis for a NObel that it is a very difficult and complicated process.

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    2. Speaking of Chivis, haven't seen her inna while.. Hope shes ok?

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    3. Obama and kissinger have Nobel prizes, I think they are overvalued now, the time cover Dr Mireles set from peña nieto without spending any money, or his asking for it, is worth a lot more now Mireles is more like Don Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, el Cid Campeador, who defeated the moors even after he was dead, dead for reals!!!
      --Not like some uncle bernie weekend comedy...

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    4. @7:04. I don't agree that a Time cover of Mireles, which also posted a cover of Pena Nieto as "Savoir of Mexico" is equal or more tribute than a Nobel Prize.

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    5. If some of the biggest crooks can earn a Nobel prize, we are not going to put Dr Mireles in their company, his people really like Mireles, obama's and kissinger's people do not really like them...

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  24. Looks like we have a war going on in sinaloa snitches vs snitches u all know who im writing about...culiacan funeral homes are enjoyin the new war

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    1. Take your ignorance home to yo' mama cabron

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  25. God is good :)..womeniser or not,this man is a true MAN!! my only ? is,where are his corridos??

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    1. No Narco No Corrido:-)

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    2. there are corridos just google corrido del doctor manuel mireles

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  26. As a Canadian I have been following Dr Mireles from the start. God Bless him! He is my hero!

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  27. Yes, I am a Canadian also and have been following Dr. Mireles for many years. He is a great inspiration to the people of Mexico and beyond. The world is watching! Because he is of such high integrity, the government of Mexico sees him as a threat! A natural leader, because he is brave and right! I also would like to write to Dr. Mireles and let him know how much we respect and love his efforts.

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  28. As a canadian maybe chapo should build him a tunnel

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  29. The good Doctor started a great movement but I am now troubled that a great number of the now uniformed AD,s are becoming ever more corrupt and even openly cooking meth etc. Though Dr Mireles is a terrible husband he is at least a man with an honest mission. Its time for him to be freed. I only hope that he can lead the vast majority of law abiding Mexicans to fight and win what is a mountain of nightmare to end.

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    1. How good a husband has to be to a hairy faced woman?
      and there is no right amount of shaving that will fix her face.
      The Dr has had one known affair, and the young woman was the one who went for it, the doctor even talked to her father, so there is nothing to prosecute here but the mexican narco-mierdocracia and their corrupting ways...

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  30. Borderland Beat has reported statements and interviews where the good Doctor was also troubled about what was happening in some of the other auto-defense groups. I takes a strong leader to make the AD movement work. That is why he is in prison.

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  31. Merry Christmas Dr. Mireles,

    Wishing you freedom, peace, and good health.

    _Canadian girl

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  32. I am from Tepalcatepec AKA Tepeque where the good Dr. is from and I am just so proud to have someone like him as a paisano. I have family in the US that did not dare go visit our home town for years because it was not safe but, I am happy to say that this year many of my family members are over there spending the Holidays thanks to the good Dr. and the communitarios. Viva Mireles!!!

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    1. That's great to hear that it 'was worth it'.Thanks for that update.

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  33. They going to show a documentary called cartel land on A&E about him

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    1. Cartel Land's a pos, been discredited several times on bb and by Chivis

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  34. Damn it.. his is still locked up?? What the hell?? I thought he was supposed to be freed quite some time ago... why are the mexican political prisoners not given bail or due process... how can a so called free country to the north not call for his release, im sure they have something on those that are keeping him locked up can use against them as leverage if they dont hold their end of the bargain

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