Mexico and the United States have grave issues of violence. In Mexico, it’s the tens of thousands of murders generated by the wars between narco-cartels and failed government policies.
DEATH IN JUAREZ
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico – México is the cork. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s immigration policy has totally failed, and what’s worse, it’s costing many lives. Thirty nine migrants died in a government detention center in this city,
The president was angry. The U.S. Department of State had just published its annual report on human rights violations around the world, and Mexico had not done well.
LOPEZ OBRADOR’S KEY FAILURE
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador always had the correct diagnosis. Violence in Mexico was linked to a mafia in power. And now that know that’s true – with the guilty verdict against “super policeman” Genaro García Luna – we must also admit that AMLO has failed in his key promise and responsibility. Stopping that violence.
A HUG FOR A DICTATOR
It’s odd, how politicians who praise and reward dictatorships do not live there, were never detained or tortured in their jails and can leave and return to their own countries without a problem. That’s the case of the president of Mexico and the vice president of Colombia when it comes to Cuba.
THE 28-MINUTE ANSWER
MEXICO CITY – The foreign correspondents from the United States and Canada, unaccustomed to the long monologues of the president of Mexico, got a little taste of his mãnaneras, the never-ending and torturous news conferences that Andrés Manuel López Obrador holds virtually every morning.
BIDEN IN MEXICO
When President Joe Biden lands in Mexico in a few days, he will find a country polarized, with many dead, growing control by narco-cartels and a powerful and popular president who insists in imposing his agenda, and in the process is becoming increasingly authoritarian and divisive.
THE MEXICO OF THE TWO MARCHES
Mexico is the country of the two marches. One by the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and the other by the opposition.
THE REFEREE MUST BE PROTECTED
The current president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is still fighting the results of the 2006 elections, which sent Felipe Calderón of the PAN party into the presidency.
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DEAD
Here’s the bad news: The government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is now the most violent in the modern history of the country.