Thursday, November 28, 2019

Mexican President Rejects Any Prospect Of US Military Intervention Against Drug Cartels

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat


While President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said his government is open to “cooperation” with the U.S., he roundly rejected the idea of U.S. military intervention to fight drug cartels.

“Co-operation, yes — intervention, no,” López Obrador said Wednesday during a press conference. The left-wing president refused to address questions about the possibility of the U.S. designating drug cartels as terrorists, telling reporters he just wanted to “send a hug to the American people” because it was Thanksgiving eve.

With many Mexican leaders, the prospect of terrorist designation or military intervention invokes fears of infringement on their national sovereignty. Immediately after Trump’s comments, Mexican authorities requested talks with their U.S. counterparts.

“Mexico will never allow any actions that violate its national sovereignty. We will be firm. I have let the United States know my position, as well as our plan against organized transnational crime,” Marcelo Ebrard, the Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, tweeted Tuesday night.

53 comments:

  1. AMLO Hahahahahahahahahahaha. Tell me another one about Mexican sovereignty while I wipe my eyes. Dying laughing over here.

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    1. He sends hugs while the US will send drone strikes. Mexican people should think about voting this guy out if this how he responds to threats from Cartel or another nation.

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    2. He only gets one 6 year term, can't seek reelection unless Congress makes changes to the Mexican Constitution.

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    3. What do you find funny???!!! Clowns like you are what makes situations worse. There's absolutely "NOTHING FUNNY HERE"!

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  2. Sovereignty...they are worried they might lose la gallinita del huevo de oro.Most if not all politicians benefit from drug cartels some way or another.

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  3. AMLO. El Jimmy Carter de México. Una buena persona e inteligente. Simplemente no tengo las agallas para ser presidente. Espero que México le sobreviva.

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  4. LMAOO I’m against it too! I don’t want my taxes going to this. Fuck AMLO, mf keeps defending the criminals! Won’t do anything, doesn’t want anyone to do anything.

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    1. In my opinion the United States should just annex Mexico because Mexico has become a very serious national and security threat to the USA and the world. Threat is too close for comfort.

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    2. North American Union
      Canada
      USA
      Mexico
      One country

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    3. 6:47 we are all in North America but we are different countries.

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  5. Amlo - we don’t want your hugs, save them for the cartels. The US has not hinted at wanting to “invade” Mexico so your paychecks from your cartels will keep coming in.

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  6. "Left-wing" government official says will never allow any actions that violate its drug cartel's national sovereignty.

    In reality, the sovereignty of the Mexican government is insignificant compared to the power of the drug gangs to terrorize them into submission. Amlo has already made this clear. Mexico is in a hostage situation.

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    1. This exactly. And with Stockholm Syndrome no less.

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    2. That is a very interesting perspective, never looked at it that way...in a sense I think you’re right, there is a hostage element to the situation of the cartels pumping the government - but would say that this perspective holds true for those politicians (however few) who aren’t corrupted or benefiting from the cartels...those that are benefiting are, together with the cartels, the reason Mexico is a failed state that appears utterly incapable of helping itself.

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    3. Amlo is afraid to ask for help. That says a lot.
      I'm sure there are people watching the Cartels from satellite, those convoys of criminals would be easy to track if you wanted to. The Mexican government acts like it's 1940 and they have little to no reconnaissance abilities. After an assault nobody has the nerve to even watch where they go? Nobody - not even the government? What sovereignty is Amlo talking about? His sovereign right to do nothing while the problem gets worse?

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  7. AMLO is complicit

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    1. All those bribes coming in, makes him happy, that's why he avoids saying anything negative about terror cartels.

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    2. amlo is WEAK. he has clearly signaled that he has given up on having the rule of law in mexico. he intends to do nothing about the criminals that control mexico.

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  8. Mexico has topped in the world as the highest homicides, in the last 3 years, and furthermore, the curuption capital of the world. Yet he (and his cabinet puppets), want no help, I too cannot stop laughing. He prefers ordinary citizens to get killed, while the terrorist cartels run killing, and him getting bribes.

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    1. 100% agree and with the other comment above too - AMLO is complicit and should be held accountable for it.

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    2. I don't even understand how can stand by and watch innocent people. Does he have a conscience??

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  9. The foreign minister Marcelo Ebardo, it's the first time, you step up on Twitter, how about making a physical speech. You too are blind to the everyday killings, and no help is wanted. Seems the bribes are better than, helping to clamp on crime.

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  10. To deny the truth of what these cartels have become for AMLO is unacceptable to its people. Moreover, the world of its complicity.

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  11. DEA has American soldiers down there in their federales uniforms conducting black ops all the time. My friend was in guanajuato, Zacatecas, and chihuahua for approximately 2 years

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    1. There's more then 5 USA agencies in Mexico plus their private military contractors doing as they please since 2008.
      As long as they kill Mexicans and make it look like it was the cartel and weakens or destabilize Mexico the more theUSA wins. We need to kill Mexico as a nation,t Identity and culture
      make to AMERICA unstoppable. Is part of our Imperialism.

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  12. Good for Mexico! AMLO is turning out to be a bad ass president a man of his word El LP

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    1. Good for Americans too! We don’t want our taxes to go where it won’t be appreciated

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  13. To the ppl that are saying AMLO is a clown & aren’t even from Mexico. Y’all are foolish it’s just another excuses for them to invade Mexico just like they did with Iraq & Colombia . Reasons Iraq had High power weapons so they said they did . Everyone knows they wanted the oil . In the case for Columbia it was cause they couldn’t control the cocaine trade, multi billion dollar industry they of course(US) wanted in on that. By far the Colombians where more ruthless than the Mexican cartels. Guess where the Mexicans got all those tactics from? So since the US can’t get a piece like they did from the Colombians they want to label them “Terrorist”.

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    1. Uhhhh....im a Mexican living n Juarez... AMLO is a clown... I agree with you inn Iraq... Fabricated the WMDs info... But it's obvious the Mexican government is corrupt and can not and will not stop the cartels from terrorising its citizens... If Mexico took care of it, there is no need for the US to get involved. However Mexico is corrupt from the transito all the way up to the president. It's keeping Mexico from evolving into a great county its capable of being.

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  14. LMAO, do you think he has a choice? The Mexican government is rotten to the core and is a failed state. Game Over bitches and get ready cause you are about to feel the full weight of the greatest military the world has ever seen.

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  15. Judgement Day is here Chapito.

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  16. Damned if you do, damned if you dont. If AMLO accepts the U.S's offer he will be called a sell out, if he doesn't he will be called a failure... in the end, none of you has taken the steps to be president of mexico. None of you have a plan to deal with not just the cartels but the social and economic troubles AMLO was left with. It's a lot easier said than done.

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  17. If the US comes in a lot of politicians will go under. That means the US will take good of their plate. All politicians are involved that’s why they don’t want any help from a foreign country.

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  18. What’s so specials about the Lebaron family thousands of innocent Mexicans die all the time and they don’t make any noise about it. Just cus there American doesn’t mean they could change a country because they feel like it

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    1. That’s one of the differences between Mexico and America.
      We care when one of ours is murdered and we try to do something about it when we can.
      Mexico has thousands of her citizens murdered every year by cartel violence and all your country seems to do is shrug your shoulders and shuffle off saying nothing can be done while you never even try and blame everyone else.

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    2. what about all the innocent black kids that cops kill do you do something about that ?

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    3. 11:47 agreeed!

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  19. In many ways AMLO's denial and indifference to the violence plaguing Mexico makes him WORSE than the cartels. A quote from the film Boondock Saints:

    "And I am reminded, on this holy day, of the sad story of Kitty Genovese. As you all may remember, a long time ago, almost thirty years ago, this poor soul cried out for help time and time again, but no person answered her calls. Though many saw, no one so much as called the police. They all just watched as Kitty was being stabbed to death in broad daylight. They watched as her assailant walked away. Now, we must all fear evil men. But there is another kind of evil which we must fear most, and that is the indifference of good men."

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  20. What it means, and amlo and friends know this, is the us will interfere with banks and others who handle cartel money. Cartel means anyone the us finds involved financially with mexican cartels. Mexicans involved like politicians, military and private mexican and us citizens will be found out...that is what they all fear.

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  21. https://www.greenwichtime.com/news/article/Mexico-has-its-strongest-president-in-decades-14870283.php



    Mexico has its strongest president in decades. Some say he's too strong.
    Mary Beth Sheridan, The Washington Post

    Published 8:35 am EST, Friday, November 29, 2019

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  22. ALMO wants the pipeline of bribes from cartels to keep flowing into his palace. Last thing he wants is losing bribe money. That is why he wants no help at all. Even if families are being pushed out.

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  23. Something needs to happen to many people are diying. This is bull Shit.

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    1. Yes!!! Even for those who voted or supported this clown as president, they cannot deny that 1) he has zero plan to deal with the present day violence, and 2) his only plan - a long-term one to boost prosperity and career opportunities via social reforms is years and years away from seeing any real payoff - and that’s IF it even works. Can we continue to see the body counts rise year after year while we wait?

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  24. It seems to me that what AMLO wants has no bearing on what will happen. How would he defend the sovereign country of Mexico? I suppose that he could send in the Marshmallow Soldiers followed by the Poem Police. As a last resort he would be obligated to activate the the Spec Ops Hug team.

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  25. I am clueless at this point, is this guy for real?? Polls show him 60% favorable. I blame the people who voted for him and still think is the greatest. I live on the frontera I see no change at border crossings,
    Mordida is still there and even higher. I see no change.

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  26. I’m so sick and tired of how these cartels have destroyed parts of Mexico all for self enrichment. They’ll sell us the Mexican pride bullshit while our extended families get raped. I hope the rich corrupt get the crap knocked out of them.

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  27. Ill accept his hugs . He seems nice . On behalf of the USA, Bring it on in .

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  28. Hey ebrard and amlo the u.s doesnt ask permission if they want to intercede militarily with limitied drone strikes or a full scale opperation it will happen. Not saying any of that would work or be good for both countries but i doubt you could go toe to toe with the good old usa. Personally i think both countries have major problems with owning up to responsibility in this failed drug war. The u.s is home to millions of users whos dollars return to mex to fund cartel led killings with u.s bought weapons. Misery is alive and well on both sides of border

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  29. Yea, if he agrees to any help from US, he will be found dead along with the rest of his family. Mencho controls the country of mexico using this bozo as his talking tina...

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  30. Criminals working with criminals, Such a sad state of functionality in the republic of mexico..

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