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Mexican Implosion Does Not Surprise Us

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Here is an interesting article from the folks at The Daily Bell. Does the situation in Mexico make sense? Well, yes, if forces are attempting to destroy Mexico; to bring it into chaos. Remember: Order out of chaos. – Shorty Dawkins, Associate Editor

This article comes from thedailybell.com

Enough! Mexico Is Ready to Explode … Mexico has been profoundly shaken by atrocities and high-level corruption in Guerrero. The earthquake’s epicenter is Iguala, the state’s third largest city. Fifty thousand marchers thronged Mexico City’s main avenues last Wednesday, and demonstrations took place all over the country. More than 80 delegates to the Inter-University Assembly have called for a nationwide halt to all educational activities on Nov. 5, and are asking other social groups to join them. Protesters set fire to state headquarters in Chilpancingo, Guerrero’s capital, and are sacking supermarkets and shopping centers. – Huffington Post

Dominant Social Theme: Mexico has been badly run for centuries. But things will surely improve over time …

Free-Market Analysis: Or not. We have a provocative question regarding Mexico: Is there a larger sociopolitical plan to destabilize this great country?

We’ve suggested this before, but the footsteps seem louder now. Perhaps the stage is being set for a collapse into chaos.

And what will be the ultimate result? We suggest that one option is a de facto merger with the US – the beginning of the long-rumored North American Union.

Read more here.

Certainly, factors generating the appropriate chaos seem to be slipping into place and perhaps conveniently so:

Here are the events that sparked the earthquake:

On Sept. 26, María de los Ángeles Pineda Villa, wife of Iguala’s Mayor José Luis Abarca, of the left-leaning Party of the Democratic Revolution, was in the main square giving a speech about her accomplishments as head of the municipal social services agency, and it was rumored that she would announce her candidacy to succeed her husband as mayor in next June’s election, since she is also a state PRD official.

Just as she was beginning, two busloads of students from the notoriously radical rural teachers’ college in nearby Ayotzinapa, who had come to town to raise money to supplement their meager 50 peso daily allowance, headed for Iguala’s central square. According to the Federal Attorney General’s Office, the mayor ordered the local police chief to stop them. After a minor clash with police the students “borrowed” three buses from the local bus station to return to Ayotzinapa and later travel to this year’s march in Mexico City commemorating the October 2, 1968 massacre in Tlatelolco, and were driving out of town when they were sprayed with machine gun fire by police and gunmen from the Guerrero Unidos (United Warriors) cartel.

Three students died, as well as a soccer player in a bus bringing a third division team to town that was also fired on, a taxi driver and his female passenger. One student who panicked and ran off when his classmates were rounded up by police and gang members was later found dead, his eyes gouged out and face flensed with a box cutter, in an act of gratuitous violence. Forty-three students were bundled into police cars and have disappeared.

… Official statements that the 38 bodies found so far in 10 makeshift mass graves are not the students have exacerbated rather than calmed public anger, as now the other question is, who are these trussed up, tortured, headless or charred corpses? Will there be an investigation to find the perpetrators?

Public anger has been ignited in part because there are so many grievances regarding corruption on the political front. Only a little spark was needed, the article continues, and then summarizes additional combustible elements.

– See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/35777/Mexican-Implosion-Does-Not-Surprise-Us/#sthash.14bBt2Eu.dpuf

Enough! Mexico Is Ready to Explode … Mexico has been profoundly shaken by atrocities and high-level corruption in Guerrero. The earthquake’s epicenter is Iguala, the state’s third largest city. Fifty thousand marchers thronged Mexico City’s main avenues last Wednesday, and demonstrations took place all over the country. More than 80 delegates to the Inter-University Assembly have called for a nationwide halt to all educational activities on Nov. 5, and are asking other social groups to join them. Protesters set fire to state headquarters in Chilpancingo, Guerrero’s capital, and are sacking supermarkets and shopping centers. – Huffington Post

Dominant Social Theme: Mexico has been badly run for centuries. But things will surely improve over time …

Free-Market Analysis: Or not. We have a provocative question regarding Mexico: Is there a larger sociopolitical plan to destabilize this great country?

We’ve suggested this before, but the footsteps seem louder now. Perhaps the stage is being set for a collapse into chaos.

And what will be the ultimate result? We suggest that one option is a de facto merger with the US – the beginning of the long-rumored North American Union.

– See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/35777/Mexican-Implosion-Does-Not-Surprise-Us/#sthash.14bBt2Eu.dpuf

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  1. Mexico’s politicians are in bed with the major drug cartel and enjoy receiving $1.4 billion dollars a year from American tax payers under the Merida Initiative to fight the (so-called) “Drug War.”

    Mexico has become a failed state and the people of Mexico are seeing through the smoke and mirrors.

    Merging Mexico with the United States and Canada, under the signed SPP and NAFTA agreements have crushed the Mexican farmers and smaller industries. Marijuana remains illegal in Mexico, and that provides the excuse for a “Drug War” as it does in America. Both countries enjoy sucking the American tax payers for the mafia bank cartels on both sides of the border.

    I can’t imagine why the Mexican government would fathom an all out merger with the U.S., unless it was profitable while giving up sovereignty, but as the largest trade, second to oil in Mexico (Drugs) are legalized in America, the Mexican Drug Cartel will focus on oil and the sovereignty of their failed state.

    Therefore….legalize marijuana across the board in all 50 states and watch Mexico collapse from within. Maybe by then…the poor farmers and others in Mexico can take back their country, much the same way (we) as Americans are slowly kicking the Feds out of each state where the marijuana revolution is taking hold.

    The prohibition on marijuana in the United States is a multi-billion dollar industry for the Feds and the Prison Industrial Complex, not to mention the seizures that keep local cops in business.

    In addition…the incentive for Mexican smugglers would drop dramatically and their cartels in all our major cities might go home and help the cartel sell stolen oil to other countries as ISIS is doing in Syria and Iraq.

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