Saturday, February 13, 2016

Its fertile territory for corruption, narco's for the benefit of few: Francisco I

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Zetatijuana article

Subject Matter: Pope Francisco I
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required



Reporter: Zeta Redaction

In his first official visit to Mexico, Pope Francisco said that the benefit of a few in detriment to the majority, makes for a terrain that is fertile for corruption, narco trafficking, exclusion, violence, person trafficking, kidnapping and death. ( Otis: you tell him Francisco!)

He also said that " this is causing suffering and slowing down Mexico's development, for the common good in the 21st Century, does not enjoy a good market".




The Pontiff added before President Enrique Pena Nieto that the future should be forged with the presence of women and men that are honest and just.

"To the leaders of social life, both cultural and political, should correspond to them working in a special manner to offer all the citizens the opportunity to be worthy actors in their own destiny."

Francisco pointed out that its is a joy for him to step onto Mexican soil and and he said that he " had come as a missionary of mercy, and peace, but also as a son that wants to pay tribute to his mother, the Virgin of Guadalupe.

He emphasized that the youth of  the Mexican population is the main wealth of the nation, a village with youth is able to renew itself.

Prior to the words from the leader of the Catholic Church, President Enrique Pena Nieto welcomed him and said that " his pilgrimage to Mexico will be historic, and will be the guiding light for millions of Mexican's."

"The causes championed by the Pope are also the causes of Mexico, millions of Mexicans are ready to receive  your words of peace, charity and hope, they welcome your light".

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana

Otis: watch out for my new upcoming article out soon, Arturo Beltran Leyva, the life and death of El Barbas

37 comments:

  1. That message needs to start with Pena Nieto. Too bad he doesn't have the balls to take on corruption and narcos and is only interested in wealth and power. The good Mexican people will continue to suffer.

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    1. How many of the high priority targets have they captured since EPN was elected? Like 95%? That's pretty effective if you ask me.

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    2. 12:00, who do you think is behind all that Mexican intelligence?, all it takes are the right permissions and you have Americans tracking down their targets for the Mexican navy to capture. EPN just grants the permissions for the DEA to do the work... So much could be done with Mexico, but the truth is that all their oil is already owned by rich people, the next best thing are the drugs....Sad but true...

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    3. 12:00 when you have hundreds of thousands of military, marinas and specialized policias, arrest 95 or 100% or targets just to steal their narco-business, is pretty much effective narco mafioso, not effective government, proof is crimes against civilians who have nothing to do with narcos has gone Up, Up And Up since the peñascazo started...and it has turned even more cynical, exhoneration the worst of the worst la gran familia priista had to offer, moreiras fidel herrera beltran, graco, la Pantera rosa, eruviel, graco, femat, granier, sonora and nl...all that increase in cynicism from a criminal corrupt murdering, drug trafficking government for "100%" captures of supposed mexican narco-targets nobody cares about...
      -- i would call myself a PENDEJO To be defending el pinchi PRI y su pinchi presidente, IF BB allowed it...

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    4. 2:54 PM
      This idiota spends wayyyy to much time on BB answering his own posts

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  2. Back in the day, the conquistadors had an easy solution, they paraded Moctezuma, or his carcass, and the aztecs stoned his ass por pendejo...
    Today gorgoglio came to pacify the rabble with his saintly and holy words of conciliation, but first went to see peña nieto, instead of Dr Mireles or the parents of the 43 or any other victim of the narco-priista regime, I doubt that gorgoglio will go to the mexican congress to tell the legislators things about their putas madres or talk to obamanos about their weapons for charity in mexico...
    Entonces a que chingados vino, nomás a tomar vino?

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    1. You are right on that 1 but is a 'diplomatic' trip and only 5 days to spend.No time.

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    2. GORGOGLIO spends plenty time preaching to the mexicans to stop paying ransoms, and stealing the newspapers and the TV Cable from their neighbors, IF THE MEXICANS stop being pickpockets groping men and women in el Metro, and IF the MEXICANS LOOK THEMSELVES ON THE MIRROR, and accuse themselves of the MEA CULPAS, and elect the politicians they deserve, bla, bla, bla against the american weapons, the billions of dollars invested by the US, and the gorillas foreign and domestic working in mexico to tip the scales of "justice in favour of the" godfathers of the School of the Assassins and buy their own fraudulent vote counting machines, and buy their own marked ballots in texas, then they may win an election, and install another man chur Ian candidate like cuauhtemito, amlo, el "blonco" Rodriguezzz, or "genghis chon" so-so-rio, or newly narco-renovated el bertie bot moreira...he has "changed"...

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  3. Before the ignorance begins to show in this page, know that the Catholic church as an entity houses, feeds and educates the most people in the world aside from some individual countries!
    All this takes money to accomplish.

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    1. And whats your point. Corrupt organisations do that exact thing, while doing the other horrible things.

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  4. I admire Papa Francisco's humanity and willingness to tell it like it is to anyone. Proud that he comes from the Americas.

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  5. Lets hope whit papas visit mexico can change a little bit i cant really talk bad abouth narcos and violence because in my city drug lords dont mess or kill innocent but i heard from friends theres other places were gun man do a lot bad stuff
    saludos al papa desde sinaloa i que dios bendiga a mexico

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  6. How can the Pope meet the masters of hypocrisy with EPN and the like? I understand meeting with the people, but to have an audience with elite and their sycophants, the Pope is in a den of murderous snakes and theives.

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  7. Pope goes to the third world nation of Mexico and preaches for honest and just men and women in front of the leader of the most corrupt governments in the world. This Catholic leader needs to pray that the Mexican people find a backbone to remove the corrupt officials and demand the elimination of the narco ratones. Whenever a brave Mexican stands up to the criminal elements, they seem to be arrested by their own government and once more the criminals have free reign over the poor peasants. Until there is a revolt/revolution, Mexico will never change as the politicians and judicial and police are being bought and paid for like commodities.

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  8. No one will change Mexico. Many Pope's before him y nada.

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  9. Maybe the Popes visit can help direct the good Mexican population towards some type of solution to this chaos they live with. That way we can feel safe to visit Mexico again and enjoy the culture.

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  10. Yea...because Mexicans can get by living off of minimum wage which is 5 dollars a day....jackass.

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    1. 6:34 if you are lucky AND IF you pay your mordidas, kickbacks, piso, plaza and shakedown on time, otherwise you are out of luck and have to do with maruchan and the mexican gramero life...or sell the butt on the street...

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  11. Wish Papa could do something about it. But the money is to big. They believe in money not God. Those corrupt politicians where in the church today. BUT THEY WON'T CHANGE

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  12. The image reflects how we all feel about EPN.

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  13. I am not a big religious advocate--for the nuns beat it out of me--lol. But--respect all faiths.

    This pope--finally--a non-European and an affable/kind man could be one of the most influential--peace makers.

    To live in a peaceful Mexico would be exciting. And what a relief to all Mexicans. Mexico is a jewel---plentiful resources, agriculture, mountains, beaches, deserts and even--fresh water trout around Sinaloa. Could be a haven for trout catch and release.

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    1. Gorgoglio is not a very MAYA OR AZTECA sounding name...

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    2. You should be a tourist recruiter you got me wanting to go vacation in good ole Mexico already. That is if I didn't have to look over my shoulder for the violent criminals, corrupt politicians and "mordida" extorting authorities.

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  14. @ Otis B Fly-Wheel

    hello my friend i am glad for you guys who make these articles.

    i just want to point out a mistake you made in case is not a typo my friend

    "Francisco pointed out that ****its is*** a joy"

    where you typed "it's is" in case you didn't or did not know

    it's = it is. so it's is = it is is

    thank you for your time my friend

    ~~~el spaceio~~~

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    1. WOW, that is what you got from reading the article... It's a good thing he has you to proof read...

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    2. no that is not what i got i am just trying to teach him a stupid rule of english. i have much respect for the people on this website and it was not to put him down it's to make him aware of how apostrophes work so they know because a lot of words like don't = do not or doesn't = does not and isn't = is not and so on and so forth.

      i know these people take pride in the work they do and i was just trying to show respect by helping them. i have a lot of Mexican friends here in USA and i did this with the utmost respect that's why i took care in how i worded it saying my friend and stuff because this is a respectful thing not a put down

      thank you for your time my friend

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    3. el spaceio..
      Dude,was that really necessary?
      It really doesnt matter that much(yes i missed a contractions apostrophe)
      The story is what matters and disseminating it to English speakers who are not looking for grammatical mistakes?The contributors have enough to put up with already?

      Otis-B appreciate your work brother

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  15. He made ( the Pope ) made an impression here in the u.s. when he visited last year. The problem is that Mexico has been fist fucked since Cortez and has no signs off changing from the lowly transit cop ( tamarindo) to EPN himself in corruption. Sad because it's a beautiful place. The Pope hit it on the nose with the youth . They are the foundation to a better Mexico given an opportunity but instead they would rather be halcones or narco kingpins...

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  16. EPN introduced the Pope to the midget anti-corruption czar, Virgilio Andrade Martínez. He's the guy that cleared EPN in the Casa Blanca corruption case. I have the foto of the the Pope shaking the midget's hand.

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    1. Virgilio proved that epn's anti-corruption campaign is pura cagada con BS...
      EPN is as whoopee! "La pedorra" Goldberg said, on live tv, a lying sad sack of dog shit...!
      --don't tell me MSM tv censors everything

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  17. There's nothing quite like the ruling elite. I'm sure that we can all agree to disagree on this. - El Sol Perdido

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  18. Dear Papa Francisco...yes, corruption, but more so it is the man in the mirror, apathy is the power of bad and evil in Mexico....

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    1. 3:10 Have you seen the apathy of anonymous and #132? The support for the ayotzinapos? For the teachers? The protests against epn? The closings of el zocalo to the people?, the presidential report on the state of the state in secret, or delivered by messenger to congress?
      --Your "activism" looks more pathetic than the mexican apathy...

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  19. Just drove from Juarez to Chihuahua today. Lot of posturing and showmanship. I have never seen and past more Federal police, army and Marina soldiers ever. There was thousands of them. Literally a thousand passed on the way home. It is the protection of the corrupt in Mexico.

    One person talked about looking in the mirror. Very true. Went to my sons property the other day and three families had very long electric wires running to their homes from his electric box. We asked them to please disconnect the electricity as we are going to build a house there. You have to be careful or things disappear so quickly and easy here if not nailed down. You can even see how society works in here driving. People will not let anybody move into another lane and others race down the right sides of long lanes of cars that have been waiting for lights and cut in front of everyone. People need to be nicer to people here, and care for their fellow man. This is just a small thing but it is a look into how things start in the population and go clear to the top. It is truly dog eat dog.

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    1. 5:42 AND what is your son doing? going to live among the broke ass rabble may cost him his livelyhood AND HIS LIFE, THINK...

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  20. We live hear the Hospital Cima in Chihuahua. Very expensive homes and property. My son is 16 and a whiz kid in school. He accelerates at everything he does. He will be heading on to college after taking 2 years off to work in Alaska to earn money for college and to buy a better home. I have a job lined up where he will make $30,000 a year there for 6 months of labor, then 6 months off. Good experience for him and he will get to pay his way as he goes.

    I make over $10,000 a month American and my legitimate business is still growing. I work 10 to 12 hour days, 6 days a week.

    The property was given to him as a gift when he was two years old. Not in his name yet as he has to wait until he is of age. It is a project and it will be rented out or sold. The block and cement are already purchased. He will not live there at anytime.

    Maybe you need to reread what I wrote. Nowhere does it say he will be living in it. You need to rethink before you spout off. Maybe we can rent it out to you? You do not seem to communicate well and sound king of illiterate with your response. I gave a very true and accurate description of how it is living here.

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    1. Investing in a house in mexico, for any reason is the most pendejo ranchero thing to do, mexicans only live there because they can't escape mexico, just going there to bitch about somebody "stealing" the fracking electric...at the pole it is NOT YOURS, DID YOU KNOW? The bill only runs from the meter to all over the house..smdh, just because you make yourself "hundreds of thousands of dollars a week" is no 'escuse' to be a dunce cap filler...

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