Tuesday, June 28, 2016

"Mexico is massacring its citizens and nobody seems to have noticed"

Posted by DD republished from the Toronto Star

50 comments:

  1. Mexican government in the caca again.Didn't they learn anything from the '43'?As a matter of fact Trudeau did bring it up at the 3 Amigos Summit currently in Canada and yes EPN has been here for 2 days and protesters are following him around which is good.

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    1. And your point is?
      The fact of the matter is: both the teachers and the state are corrupt as fuck.
      Whoop de do....Turdeau brought it up. Yay for him. And what will happen? Absolutely sweet fuck all is what.
      It is hard to imagine that these 'protesters' actually know what the reality is, or why they are protesting.

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    2. Amnesty International asked Trudeau to bring it up to EPN and Trudeau was a teacher himself.You are probably right nothing will come of it.Trudeau was more interested in getting the Canadian beef flowing again down to Mexico and his beloved climate change but it would be international embarrassment for EPN warning him that the world is watching him and this isn't the 1960's anymore where you could sweep it under the rug and no one knew not even Mexicans and if Mexicans knew they played the game and shut up.

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    3. What has Turdeau being a teacher have to do with anything? He also 'acted' for a while. So what?
      It's good that Canadian beef can be exported to Mexico. Yay! I wish I could afford to buy it more often. LOL.
      As for the climate change thingy...whoop de do! Climate change has been happening since the Earth was formed. How has mankind altered this? The truth is: NO ONE KNOWS. But, yeah, we'll spend billions on what?
      So far as EPN being embarrassed about anything..I think you are delusional at best. A case in point: you mentioned the '43'. Under EPN's watch, the fed's in Mexico have pretty much done everything they can to stymie all attempts at finding or releasing the truth. So, as you say: 'this isn't the 1960's anymore where you could sweep it under the rug...'. Sorry, I disagree. This is exactly what has happened.

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    4. In the 60's there was no internet, we just ate the news we got served, there is a biiig difference today, mexicans can't eat that canadian meats, but they will be sold somewhere, as argentinian meats or whatever no matter what mad cows say, it can even be made chicken and turkey.
      Anyway, it was wonderful seeing all those people yelling in toronto: chingas a tu madre asesino, epn chingas a tu madre, asesino, asesino o, asesino...!
      --while others smartly say "whoop de doo"

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    5. 2:25 it is you and the scientific method of denial all over again with your pendejadas...
      Man made polution and hydrocarbons waste, climate warming, ruining the environment, oil polution in the amazonas, burning and chopping the forests to make room for agriculture, among other crimes against life on this planet, well documented, and you a pinchi cucaracha "have your doubts"?
      --Well, like my girlfriend says, "whoop de doo"

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    6. You cant have a grown up conversation,it degenerates into anti US hysterics

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  2. Naaaah we notice, we or anyone can't do nothing about it, that's all.

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    1. At least thats what we are made to believe 9:10. Do i have the answer? No. And unfortunately those who do will not live to implement it..So on 2nd thought maybe you are right

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    2. 9:10 & 12:18 We may never run out of quitters, but we will never quit running now that the cat is out of the bag...

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  3. You know the worst part is that even Mexicans will claim that this is happening to the activist because they are somehow drug related. When I went to Michoacan 18 months ago people near Zamora claimed that the uprisings in michoacan were all drug related fiasco and that mireles was just another dirty drug runner and that is why he was arrested. WE'RE quick to turn our backs on our own people when it doesn't affect us directly. What can we possibly do help?

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    1. Set them straight, we can refuse to be a pendejo, tell them: no Sean Penndejos, ni dejen que los hagan pendejos con propaganda.
      In michoacan, Arcelor-Mittal and el Traficante más Poderoso de Tierra Caliente won, for now...

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    2. The ct were with the government, until the government did not need their skanky arses anymore, and supported the AD, and while there, I saw Dr Mireles giving it his all, but never "selling drugs",
      "that was lassater! That was lassater's deal!" reminds me of some real drug traffickers that never got punished, they worked all over mexico and central America trafficking drugs to the US and dealing death to LatinAmerica and DEA agents and never got punished, not even expossed!!!

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  4. Those aren't teachers, they're thugs. They don't care about the children they're supposed to be educating, nor about disrupting the local economy by blocking roads with burning buses. All for what? To preserve the current broken system that allows them to keep leeching off the department of education, inherit teaching positions without even having to be competent, and one that allows them to sell their teaching position to whoever they please. It's not a surprise that the 3 states who most oppose teacher evaluations rank in the bottom 3 in quality of education in Mexico (Michoacan, Oaxaca, Guerrero). Lack of education is the biggest reason why Mexico is a failed state.

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    1. The state defends even imprisoned teacher's leader "la chaky", her daughter is a federal senator, her grandchild a federal deputy, "her millions and her property" sit untouched and inaudited...
      --the teachers are defending what is theirs, they were promised and given what they got, and in any case, the "governme t wants to "sit down and negotiate" now, after murdering and shooting them up, but still want to defend their pendejadas after denying for weeks that they sent armed police and sicarios to shoot to kill the teachers, miguel angel osorio chon, enrique francisco galindo ceballos and epn may be sorry now, but they ain't saying so, they are still busy blaming "others" and defending "theirs", like education secretary nuño and gay homo-governor Gabino Cué who earned his position after going to bed with his politician lover, former governor of oaxaca diodoro carrasco who created "positions" for cué to earn his job and his "corazon".
      --what can you expect from a bunch of "Elite Zetas?
      --i don't have a problem with their being gay, I have a problem with their Versaillesque way of life that has degenerated into a roman orgy of Greek Frat Boys whose common denominator is their public corruption and their murdering ways.
      --The mexicans do not have to pay for their twisted bendings or listen to their apologizers forever...

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    2. Amen, bro. You hit the nail right on the head. These people, and the reporter who wrote this, always want to blame the GOVERNMENT. Look out the window sometimes and come to the reality that this so-called union for teachers does nothing more than line their pockets with Gov. money and stick their hands out to ask for more. This is so bogus and clear that these thugs want nothing more than to allow "mijo" to teach without the creds that so many others worked so hard to get.

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    3. 2:12 the government sent their sicarios to burn the buses, armed federales behind the plastic shielded state and municipal poolice, dropped gas on even the first aid stations full of doctors and nurses the demonstrators and protesters set up, denied treatment in the hospitals to the injured by the federal rubeer and real bullets, and did the shooting up.
      --where the hell have you been?
      Even osorio chon and galindo ceballos (the elite zetas) have recognized that to be the truth...
      @2:12 Andas rete apendejada, cucaracha...

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  5. Well no shit their Police are "militarized" what do you expect?

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  6. Ofcourse the world does not notice the mass murder in Mexico and other Central American states since media around the world is controlled by capitalists and capitalists have no interest to highlight the problems of capitalists policies .

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  7. John M Ackerman delivers...
    --alejandro "hopeless" hope and ioan grillo need to get with him and get their shit on line, can't remember other unmentionables, but this professor of laws himself can't put a case together against former UNAM catedraticos and profesor es and rectores like jorge carpizo mc gregor, Soberon and emilio chuayffet chemor "la emilia" for their dirty deeds in politics, in public life and as lawyers...

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  8. While there, mexico will sign a pact with the US and Canada to cut methane emissions by 50%...
    --it will be HARD, GIVEN ALL THE METHANE PRODUCED BY THE THREE AMIGOS AND THEIR POOLITICIANS...combined with the popó and their politics, they are melting the polar caps...

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  9. I don't understand why Obama and Pena are so close. Why they are such friends. Any ideas ?

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    1. Obama doesn't look very friendly in that photo.

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    2. 9:36 Maybe because peña nieto has been looking at the package all day long, it gets old real quick you know?

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  10. In the U.S. and in particular Texas if people in a mob starts throwing stones at the police they will get shot at also! This is not much different in Mexico other than soldiers are the ones doing the shootings there!
    FYI Mexico could care lees about its citizens as long as the elite are not harmed. Probably the direction the U.S. is heading in also. Just saying.

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  11. It is pretty sad here. I have been lucky and fortunate to live in Chihuahua City in a nicer area. But there is a lot of crime going on around me here, and I have had friends effected by the crime in the way of death, extortion, robbery or other. I like everyone else here has bars on my windows, tall walls with razor wire, spikes or razor wire on them. Still if a criminal singles you out nothing can really stop them. I have an American friend that lives in Colima. He travels a lot, and into smaller pueblos. He has been kidnapped 4 times and had been able to talk them into letting him go. He lives in Colima and speaks fluent Spanish. He is not going to quit what he is doing. I have friends that own businesses and they are being extorted now. I cannot imagine being in some of these pueblos where the criminals control everything and take what they want, and do as they will and the people not being afforded the opportunity to defend themselves with better weapons or in groups. Obviously when they are successful the government shuts them down and arrests the leaders and begins to torture and kill the people they are supposed to protect.

    Mexico is littered with clandestine graveyards. Pueblos everywhere are controlled by Narco's. It is dangerous to drive into many of them if they do not know you well. I will be going to a small pueblo for 4 days and will be driving into the mountains at night and then back. I will be looking to hire a local to ride with me. Most of the time in many areas if you have a local with you they will not bother you too much. There are areas were if you want to go into the scenic mountains the roads are blocked 100% of the time by Narco's. If you want to get past the blockade and go to many of these beautiful areas you will need to have a local with you.

    There are some areas that you do not go, and some areas you get through as quickly as possible on your route to another destination. For those of you that live in Mexico and say I am making these things up. It is because you do not get out enough and travel to these areas. Many people go to the resorts and do not do things like drive at night. If you are wanting to experience all of Mexico you are probably going to run into problems with criminals or crooked police of some faction. Drive the main roads and go to safe places and you really do not take on to much risk. But you are really restricted as to what you can do or where you can go in Mexico. Someone is always looking to get something for nothing and you just hope you do not become a target.

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  12. So teachers are protesting neo liberal reform!? What is wrong with testing these "teachers "to see if they are qualified. Most got their jobs passed down from family members or bought their jobs.They are protesting because they are not qualified. All they do is protest for years. Not teaching, they do not care about educating kids, just keeping their do nothing jobs.Supported by a corrupt union. Once headed by Elba Esther the gordita,who stole millions of union dues.Still supported by the uneducated.

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    1. 6:34 the "gordita" la pinche marrana botijona Elba Esther gorilla, I mean gordilla got to her position by going to bed wit politicians when she was younger and had aaall that ass, then consolidated by political power, and she was put and kept there by mexico's narco-politicians.
      The teachers would not mind some prunning, except the "Ciudadano Secretario Nuño" wants to terminate all of them and rehire at reduced rate only the nice ones, proven to be good citizen priistas, and it will not matter if they know how to read or rite, just as the police and politicians, or like epn and la gordilla herself know how to read or not...
      --The problem is foreign billionaires and their FOR PROFIT non-profits that want to steal and privatize the "mexican billions" in the education budget...
      --without realizing that they are in WORTLESS MEXICAN PESOS...

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    2. 6:34
      I agree with you on that. But to kill them is a little over the top. I went to my stepson's school to meet the teachers. We walked into the English class and I asked her how are you doing in English. She just stared as me and walked away. I could tell she was embarrassed. She did not come back into the room. I found out she spoke no English. I asked my wife what that was all about. She said that many of these jobs are filled by family members or friends or other reasons. Many of these teachers are not qualified to teach anything.

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    3. 1p:33 You would not believe it, my teachers taught greek, latin, french, spanish, english, and even if they were not PhD's in anything, they carried 50 pupils per class, and were demanding, all while earning in one month what one american teacher earns in one day...
      --My first grade teacher had 60 boys in her class, all day, no assistants or substitutes...
      --If their politician union leaders are a bunch of rats, blame the federal government that the US put in place and has kept there for the last 100 years, at gun point...
      --i left mexico expecting better for my children, and it worked, but my daughter came complaning about her new teacher who knew no spanish and no english, and was pretty deficient, my daughter knew the difference, I told my daughter she would have to put up with the situation and make a difference herself by studying harder, and it worked...
      --you, are american, I guess, you could do better for your family, but you chose to go cheap, why do you expect better?

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    4. The mexican teachers have to study hard and get their certificates, except rural teachers who are filling positions until they graduate and get a federal plaza...when the politicians get to "administration" and politics is when it all goes to hell, blame the priismo for that, not the teachers

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  13. Again, good on you DD !!

    Thank you

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    1. News flash. Mexican judge has just halted el Chapo's extradition. Today.

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  14. Well, there doesn't seem to be much to support on either side of this situation...

    \_(ツ)_/¯

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  15. The name 3 amigos says it all. One dirty hand washes the other.

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  16. Mexicos president is talking on CNN right now. I'm thinking why is this fucking clown aloud to even be in the same stage as other world leaders much less aloud to give any fucking input.Mexico's government is so Fucking weak and corrupt. It's a totall contrast from the proud hard working mexican people. Think about that.

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    1. Remember he has been his millions or billions hidden in secret bank accounts and secret corporations offshore. That Panamanian law firm set that up for him. Corruption. Did we hear anyone in Mexico tell him to resign? They are afraid to do that. He's another Saddam Hussein albeit not as bad.

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    2. Google the protests on canada about epn's bullshit...

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    3. 8:09 Protesters against epn in all over Europe and all over LatinAmerica and all over mexico in action, but you are muy pendejo to google any of it, I suppose...

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  17. In Colima most teachers are useless and uneducated themselves. Funny when our state started out in the 1950's supposedly bringing in the best teachers from all around Mexico - free casas too. But my stepson had the worst education I ever saw, no wonder so many go to work for cartels, they never were taught or inspired to do much of anything - Mexico Education sucks!

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  18. En México queremos mejor educación para nuestros niños.............pero no queremos obligar a maestro(@) mejorar su capacidad para brindar esa educación. En México queremos que nuestros hijos se superen.....con diálogo el fundamento de la palabra, pero sólo le enseñamos: " si no tienes lo que quieres por las buenas, entonces, con violencia podrás" El Gobierno no justificación por lo que a echo........Pero tampoco aquel que cubre su cara y ataca primero gritando que.es su derecho hacerlo!! En ese sentido a que matarnos por que es nuestro derecho!!!!!. A que leer y educarnos, a que ser objetivos y criticar al gobierno, pero también aquellos que le hacen el mal (c.n.t.e) a nuestro México.
    Att.
    La zonaja de Tijuana

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    1. Zonaja no revuelvas las pendejadas del gobierno empistolado y asesino con los maestros que se rehusan a que los hagan pendejos con sus trabajos, sueldos, pensiones y a ser corridos y empleados otra vez por la mitad del sueldo...
      Porque el pinchi gobierno vendió las paraestatales a la verga y ya no tienen mas que robar y su negocito de traficante drogas no les produce a ellos los billones que les "producing a los narcos", y quieren vender la education en mexico a "empresas piratas", I mean "privadas"
      --Quejate con el gobierno del gobierno asesino, no enseñes la educación que aprendiste en "la zonaja" de Tijuana...

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  19. I am glad BB is neutral and watches things develop. When US citizens say these negative things are happening, many Mexican citizens come on denying it. Why is that? The truth needs to be and always should be told. It is both the government and the cartels ruining Mexico.

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  20. Hey John Ackerman - ain't shit gonna change. Crying on the internet ain't gonna do squat.

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    1. 5:06 que te valga verga pendejo...
      --at least this report has more than 30 comments, now go back and keep eating from your pamper...

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  21. So because these teachers are not qualified its ok to massacre them smfh wow I think bb readers are missing the point or some screws...

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    1. I see this as a purely tactical move. The 'teachers' are disrupting the flow of drugs, money and slave labour. End of story.

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  22. Why hasn't anyone killed epn yet!!

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    1. Epn is well protected, no gun will make it if it is anywhere near a shooting line to epn, they must have anti-sniper ops there...

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