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    Mexican Senator Threatens: We値l Stop Fighting Terrorism If Trump Builds The Wall

    Posted By Christian Datoc On 11:32 AM 01/27/2017 In | No Comments

    Mexican Sen. Armando Rios Pitter told MSNBC痴 Mariana Atencio Friday that Mexico will stop cooperating with the United States counter-terrorism efforts if President Trump does indeed build a wall along the United States southern border.

    Pitter, and other Mexican lawmakers, will reportedly meet with Mexican President Enrique Pea Nieto Friday afternoon to discuss 鍍he possible course of action.

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    展e should stop collaborating with the United States, Rios Pitter suggested to Atencio. 展ith this hostile administration specifically.

    The senator added that Mexico should stop working with the United States on 都ecurity issues specifically 殿nti-terrorism that the two countries 塗ave been working together [on] for the last years.

    展e need to analyze this 20 percent tax that we致e heard of yesterday, he continued. 鄭nd I think we will retaliate.

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    Mexican President Pays for Supporting Drug Cartels

    By Shayne Heffernan
    on January 26, 2017





    Mexican President Pays for Supporting Drug Cartels

    The wall is coming and Mexico has their Prsident to blame. The citizens of Mexico have suffered under successive Governments, corruption has left the country in ruins.

    The illegals crossing the border are in 2 categories, refugees from their own Governments or Criminals supported by the corruption, also flooding across that border is an avalanche of Cocaine and Heroin.

    Trump is correct in demanding a Wall, so correct that the justification of anyone to protest the Wall has to be questioned, why didn稚 they build that wall before?

    As he signed into law new anti-corruption measures last year, Mexican President Enrique Pea Nieto took the opportunity to apologize for one of the defining scandals of his tenure: the purchase by his wife of a $7 million mansion through a favored government contractor. Juan Armando Hinojosa Cant, a close friend of Pea Nieto, enlisted Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca to create trusts for accounts worth US$100 million after he was investigated for allegedly giving special favours to the Mexican president Pea Nieto and his wife, according to an analysis by ICIJ, who said that the documents showed 殿 complex offshore network of nine companies in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands. Described as Pea Nieto痴 吐avorite contractor, Hinojosa痴 companies have won more than eighty government contracts and received at least US$2.8 billion in state money.

    Anabel Hernandez who not only covers the issue, but also levels accusations of narco corruption in the country痴 most powerful institution: the presidency. She claims the Sinaloa Cartel is only growing in power under current President Enrique Pea Nieto.

    In articles and books, she has alleged links between kingpins such as Joaquin 鼎hapo Guzman and a series of Mexican presidents, including Vicente Fox, who ruled from 2000 to 2006, and Felipe Calderon, in power from 2006 to 2012.

    According to Hernandez, these leaders war on drugs was a farce in which they used soldiers and police to help out Guzman痴 Sinaloa cartel.
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    Meet the journalist who accuses Mexican presidents of links to drug cartels

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    July 17, 2014
    By Ioan Grillo

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    Mexican journalist Anabel Hernandez says "Narcoland" reaches the highest level of government.
    Credit: Alfredo Estrella




    MEXICO CITY It is not easy for any reporter to cover drug trafficking in Mexico, a country where more than 80 journalists have been shot, stabbed, bludgeoned to death or decapitated since 2006.

    But despite the risks, journalist and author Anabel Hernandez not only covers the issue, but also levels accusations of narco corruption in the country痴 most powerful institution: the presidency.

    In articles and books, she has alleged links between kingpins such as Joaquin 鼎hapo Guzman and a series of Mexican presidents, including Vicente Fox, who ruled from 2000 to 2006, and Felipe Calderon, in power from 2006 to 2012.

    According to Hernandez, these leaders war on drugs was a farce in which they used soldiers and police to help out Guzman痴 Sinaloa cartel.

    And despite Guzman痴 dramatic arrest in February by Mexican marines, Hernandez suspects the Sinaloa Cartel is only growing in power under current President Enrique Pea Nieto.

    These accusations have major implications for Mexico, where more than 70,000 have died in cartel-related violence since 2006. But they also impact the United States, which has supported Mexico痴 fight against drug gangs with billions of dollars, while the US Drug Enforcement Administration and others have worked closely with the Mexican security forces under the command of these presidents.

    Such controversial investigations have come at a high personal cost. Hernandez, a mother of two, has faced relentless threats and intimidation, including Kalashnikov-wielding thugs breaking into her home.

    Hernandez has been particularly concerned about her country痴 federal police, drawing alleged links between them and the drug cartels.
    In contrast, Mexico City痴 police have provided her with protection against gunmen who might want her dead.

    But while sacrificing so much of her personal freedom, Hernandez has made a huge impact on coverage of drug trafficking. Her book 鏑os Seores del Narco, translated into English as Narcoland, has sold more than 200,000 copies, making it one of Mexico痴 best-selling nonfiction works in recent years.

    While the former presidents and other officials have denied Hernandez痴 accusations, they have not sued her over them. Hernandez says this is because they cannot disprove her assertions, or in many cases show where their mysterious wealth came from.

    As she launched a new edition of her book this summer, GlobalPost spoke with Hernandez about her investigations and what drives her on.

    GlobalPost: How did you make the journey to find yourself investigating drug cartels?

    Hernandez: I really started investigative journalism after the death of my father. My father was kidnapped and murdered in December 2000. It is difficult for me to say this, but my father was abducted, beaten, put in a car trunk, and tied up in such a way that he suffocated. The case was never solved. The authorities asked for money to continue the investigation, which we refused to pay. It is very frustrating. What are you as an individual going to do against a corrupt system? This issue of my father made me change my outlook on life. For me, investigative journalism was a refuge.

    Are you sure corruption in Mexico reaches the highest levels and it's not just lower-ranking officials who work for drug cartels?
    Since President Luis Echeverria (1970-1976) the links with drug trafficking have been at a presidential level. Corruption in Mexico is pyramidal and from the presidency it permeates other institutions. The principal public officials and politicians that have been part of this system are still in power. They are deputies, senators, governors and others.
    President Vicente Fox.

    Chapo Guzman escaped from a Mexican prison in 2001. How can you be sure that then-President Fox was complicit in this?
    The escape happened under his government, and it involved public officials that worked under his orders. There is no doubt Fox started his administration with just $1,000 in the bank. His companies were all bankrupt. Chapo Guzman escaped on Jan. 19, 2001. In February, Fox started to spend money, to buy property and remodel his ranch. Where did he get this money? It is completely inexplicable. He has never been able to sue me because he cannot justify this wealth.

    Do you believe that President Felipe Calderon would personally meet with drug traffickers?

    鏑a Barbie [arrested trafficker Edgar Villarreal] wrote me a letter in 2012 revealing that Calderon headed meetings [with drug traffickers] I have firmly documented that people of Ismael Mayo Zambada [a wanted drug trafficker] went into Los Pinos [Mexico痴 presidential palace].

    I am convinced that this war on drug trafficking was never real. Its only intention was to protect the Sinaloa cartel and attack others.

    President Enrique Pea Nieto.


    What is current President Pea Nieto痴 policy toward drug trafficking?
    I believe that Enrique Pea Nieto is trying to make an old-style pact with drug traffickers. The issue is that he won稚 be able to because organized crime is so pulverized and there are so many loose criminal cells that don稚 take orders from anybody. What I can say is that the Sinaloa cartel is achieving under this administration what it didn稚 achieve in its best years under Fox and Calderon.

    What do you think about legalizing drugs to stop billions of dollars that fund corruption?
    I don稚 believe in legalization. I don稚 believe that everybody should have access to drugs and this is the solution the problem. I believe that there has to be for the first time in the world a true war on drugs. To have a true war on drugs we need to investigate the big world banks, put all the money launderers in prison. The war on drugs is not with a pistol or an AK-47. The war on drugs has to be financial.

    What do you hope to achieve with your investigations? What should Mexico do, put former presidents in prison?
    What I have learned in nine years of investigation into drug trafficking is that a general, a public security secretary or a governor is more dangerous than Chapo Guzman himself. They are the ones that betray the country, that sell the state to organized crime and they should face exemplary punishments. If there are no exemplary punishments against the Mexican political and business class who permit people like Chapo Guzman to exist, then nothing is going to change and we are just going to be repeating this story of death, sometimes with more violence, sometimes with less, but always with the Mexican state under control of drug traffickers. We have to break this cycle.

    https://www.pri.org/stories/2014-07-...s-drug-cartels
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    前ur Friend, Says Clinton About Mexican President with Campaign Allegedly Financed by Cartels

    File Photo: Office of the Mexican Presidency/Daniel Aguilar

    by ILDEFONSO ORTIZ

    3 Jun 2016

    Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has claimed that Mexico痴 corruption and scandal-plagued President Enrique Pea Nieto is America痴 friend. The same president that has been accused by Mexican media of taking cartel money for his campaign while the country continues to see rising levels of violence, criminal impunity, and smuggling.

    Clinton made those statements on Thursday when during a speech where she tried to attack Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

    He praises dictators like Vladimir Putin and picks fights with our friends including the British prime minister, the mayor of London, the German chancellor, the president of Mexico and the Pope, Clinton said during her speech.

    Despite her efforts to attack Trump, Clinton failed to mention a few key facts about Mexican President Enrique Pea Nieto that reveal he may not be a good friend to have. Earlier this year, Breitbart Texas reported on how an in-depth investigation by Aristegui Noticias in Mexico revealed that the Juarez Cartel had used shell companies to funnel money and help finance his presidential bid. The cartel moneys were used to purchase a series of cash cards that were handed out to individuals who pledged their vote to Pea Nieto痴 party, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). The independent Mexican journalists also revealed that members of the Juarez Cartel had used various government programs to launder money and profit from their network of contacts. In addition to the cartel ties in his campaign, Pea Nieto has also been accused of taking bribes from wealthy businessmen in exchange for lucrative contracts.

    While Mexico is considered a valuable trade partner for the United States with millions of dollars in merchandise crossing each day, a closer look at the Mexican government under Pea Nieto revealed that they in fact have not been very friendly when it comes to issues of border security. In border states, drug cartels have been able to work with impunity setting up their criminal empires that continually sent ton quantities of narcotics into every major U.S. city. As Breitbart Texas revealed, a study by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration revealed that drug cartels have managed to have a presence and influence throughout the nation.

    Mexico has seen a large increase in cartel violence and activity during Pea Nieto痴 tenure leading to severe consequences for the United States in the border state of Tamaulipas. In the border city of Reynosa, the Gulf Cartel has been able to overwhelm the detention capabilities of the Department of Homeland Security thus creating a humanitarian crisis as thousands and thousands of Central American illegal immigrants are brought over the Rio Grande. As Breitbart Texas previously reported, the Gulf Cartel was able to make $38 million in a few months from human smuggling alone. The Gulf Cartel has also been able to successfully operate in the U.S. and kidnap American citizens that are then taken into Mexico for ransom or worse. As Breitbart Texas previously reported, the most recent case of a U.S. citizen being taken at gunpoint into Mexico took place less than three weeks ago.

    In 2014, the FBI had confirmed 199 cases of Americans having been kidnapped while in Mexico, Breitbart Texas reported at the time.

    In the border state of Coahuila, Breitbart Texas carried out a three-month investigation that revealed the Los Zetas drug cartel had systematically kidnapped, tortured, murdered and incinerated hundreds of innocent victims from rural communities. Some of those victims were U.S. citizens. While Los Zetas cartel members were murdering innocent victims and terrorizing the state, Coahuila痴 Governor Humberto Moreira turned a blind eye and was arrested in Spain for having been a surrogate for the fearsome drug cartel. He has since been released. Federal authorities in the U.S. are also investigating him. Moreira was a key figure in Pea Nieto痴 election when he served as the national president for the PRI.

    Despite the out of control violence that continues to reign in Mexico, government officials, under Pea Nieto痴 command, continue to praise their efforts in keeping crime down going as far as claiming that violence is at record lows.

    The underlying reason for the Mexican President痴 inability to curb cartel violence falls on the widespread corruption that continues to exists at all levels of that country痴 government.

    Breitbart Texas has reported on two former Tamaulipas governors who are current fugitives of the U.S. Department of Justice on money laundering charges. Former Governors Tomas Yarrington and Eugenio Hernandez are both members of Pea Nieto痴 PRI who have been accused in U.S. federal courts of taking cartel bribes. Yarrington has also been charged with drug conspiracy for his alleged role in giving the Gulf Cartel, Los Zetas and the Beltran Leyva cartels access to key shipping ports. The two Tamaulipas governor痴 were not in office during Pea Nieto痴 term, but they along with Moreira and several other Mexican politicians help illustrate the close ties between drug cartels and that country political elite that Clinton claims as friends.
    http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2016/...artels-friend/

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    Those are good finds Newmexican, thank you for posting them.
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    And don't think for a minute that this drug cartel "corruption" stops at the border. It's all over our political system.
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    This is the one that is "telling"..Reconqquista is alive and well with this Senator...

    Politician who wants to retake US territory says it was big mistake to invite Donald Trump to Mexico

    The Mexican senator tabled the proposal following Mr Trump's visit to Mexico






    Armando Rios Piter made the proposal after Mr Trump's visit to Mexico APBy his own admission, Armando Rios Piter knows that his plan to counter Donald Trump痴 threat to try and make Mexico pay for a wall, faces a tough challenge.

    Yet the Mexican politician says that Mr Trump痴 rudeness and arrogance has left him with no alternative but to try and propose something attention-grabbing.

    徹ur idea was to put out something that was clear and made sense, he told The Independent, speaking from Mexico City. 典he main proposal is that people here and and in the US value what Mexico means, and what our relationship with the US means.


    Carlos Navarrete
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    Bien por la iniciativa de @RiosPiterJaguar en el Senado! El Congreso debe legislar para impedir que M騙ico pague por posible muro de Trump!
    10:44 AM - 7 Sep 2016


    On Tuesday, Mr Rios Piter put before his colleagues in the Mexican senate, a proposal under which the Mexican government would revoke its treaties with the US - including the 1848 agreement that transferred half its territory to Washington - if Mr Trump is elected and tries to make the US痴 southern neighbour pay for a border wall.

    的n cases where the property/assets of (our) fellow citizens or companies are affected by a foreign government, as Donald Trump has threatened, the Mexican government should proportionally expropriate assets and properties of foreigners from that country on our territory, says his proposal.

    Mr Rios Piter, a member of the centre-left Party of the Democratic Revolution, launched his proposal after Mr Trump visited Mexico last week and appeared with President Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, to discuss the issue of immigration.

    In language that appeared conciliatory in its tone, he raised the issue of a wall, but not who would pay for it. (Mr Pena Nieto later tweeted that he told Mr Trump Mexico would not pay.) The same day, Mr Trump spoke in Phoenix and again vowed that Mexico would pay for the wall.

    Mr Rios Piter said he believed the decision to invite Mr Trump was a huge mistake.

    撤eople in my country received his presence here as an insult. He has been insulting us for a year. I think it was a mistake to invite him and to receive him in the way we did, he added. 鄭 lot of people thought this made no sense.

    The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed by the US and Mexico in 1848 to end a two-year war between the two countries, a conflict that Mexico lost. As part of the deal, Mexico handed to the US, what is now New Mexico, California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada and parts of Wyoming and Colorado. In all, Mexico handed over half a million square miles.



    Mexico ceded around 500,000 square miles to the US (Wikipedia)

    Mr Rios Piter has suggested the treaty could be scrapped if Mr Trump makes it to the White House and tries to force Mexico to pay for a wall along the 2,000-mile border the countries share.

    Reports suggest that his proposal stands little chance of success, but does underscore the anger felt towards both Mr Trump and Mr Pena Nieto for extending the invitationn. Mr Rios Piter said he believed the proposal could pass.

    的 think there is enough space for a dialogue to generate consensus, he said.

    的 want to push the idea that the relationship with the US is a very important one and we should be focussing about the good things we have done, and not the offensive language Trump has been using.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...-a7230531.html
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    Mexico senator proposes taking back land from the US if Donald Trump becomes president

    The proposal has been made by a left-wing senator who wants to protect Mexican interests






    Mr Trump surprised political observers by accepting an invitation from Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, to discuss the issue of immigration APYou could call it tit-for-tat with a dash of Mexican drama.

    Mexico is to consider a proposal to revoke its treaties with the US, including the 1848 agreement that transferred half its territory to Washington if Donald Trump is elected and tries to make the US痴 southern neighbour pay for a border wall.

    A Mexican senator is due on Tuesday to propose legislation that would empower the government to retaliate of Mr Trump inflicts expropriations or economic losses on his country to make it pay for a wall along the 2,000 mile border.





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    #Propuesta: Presentar iniciativa para proteger patrimonio de mexicanos en el exterior. #PRI debera estar a favor.
    6:55 PM - 2 Sep 2016

    Reuters said that Armando Rios Piter, an opposition senator for the centre-left Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), hoped his initiative would protect Mexicans, and highlight the risks of targeting them economically.

    的n cases where the property/assets of (our) fellow citizens or companies are affected by a foreign government, as Donald Trump has threatened, the Mexican government should proportionally expropriate assets and properties of foreigners from that country on our territory, says his proposal.

    Total remittances to Mexico from abroad most of which come from the United States were worth nearly $25bn (」18.6bn) last year, according to the central bank. Bilateral trade between the two nations is worth about half a trillion dollars a year.

    People who will flee America if Donald Trump wins

    Mr Trump stormed to victory in the Republican primary with strident and frequently offensive comments about migrants from Mexico and other Central American countries. He vowed to build a wall, force Mexico to pay for it, and deport up to 11 million undocumented migrants.


    Last week, Trump surprised political observers by accepting an invitation from Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, to discuss the issue of immigration. In language that appeared conciliatory in its tone, he raised the issue of a wall, but not who would pay for it. (Mr Pena Nieto later tweeted that he told Mr Trump Mexico would not pay.)
    The same day, Mr Trump spoke in Phoenix and again vowed that Mexico would pay for the wall, saying: 典hey don稚 know it yet, but they池e going to pay for it.

    Mr Rios Piter said his aim was to counter threats by Mr Trump to target Mexicans in the US and to stress that the economic welfare of both nations is at stake. His initiative also seeks to protect Mexico against unilateral changes to the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which Mr Trump has threatened to ditch.

    The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed by the US and Mexico in 1848 to end a two-year war between the two countries, a conflict that Mexico lost. As part of the deal, Mexico handed to the US, what is now New Mexico, California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada and parts of Wyoming and Colorado. Mr Rios Piter has suggested the treaty could be scrapped if Mr Trump makes it to the White House.

    鄭t a time like this, it痴 vital for us to understand why this relationship benefits both. We池e neighbours, we池e friends, we池e partners, he said. 滴e痴 putting that at risk.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-elections/mexico-senator-proposes-taking-back-land-from-the-us-if-donald-trump-becomes-president-a7228596.html



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    “At a time like this, it’s vital for us to understand why this relationship benefits both. We’re neighbours, we’re friends, we’re partners,” he said. “He’s putting that at risk.”
    No, Mexico put this at risk. Drugs, illegal immigration, crime, violence, welfare and so much more from a failed border, in addition to the trade deficits and stealing our manufacturing companies. We don't blame you for NAFTA effects, our own treasonous leaders did that and we'll fix it with withdrawal or major re-negotiation. But the border issues, that's all on you and your people.

    And it's not Trump alone, it's the Americans too who are upset about this and wanted it ended with a wall and other measures.
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