Former Mexican presidents who work for the United States and the CIA
As you have already noticed I am looking for help for my son and I want to share an information and an opinion about a Latin American country, I am going to tell you something interesting but it is also a delicate topic, and I do not assure that it is true, everything that I am going to write I do not say it as an absolute truth, maybe I can be censored, so this is ONLY MY OPINION (it is up to you to believe that what I will write here is real or not...) Wikileaks made it public, also journalists like Sergio Aguayo, Raymundo Riva Palacio and many others have written on several occasions that presidents like Echeverría, Díaz Ordaz, Salinas and many others were CIA workers, but for what? What was the objective?. To be understood, we must know that Mexico was the eighth largest economy in the world in the eighties... Mexico was going to be a first world country... it had everything and it was there... But the United States did not want to have 2 powers as neighbors, they needed cheap labor, so Mexico was the chosen one... It is believed that from the same white house it was decided who would be the presidents of Mexico and then chaos came... They devalued the peso, killed students in year 68; one of the generations that would start to walk to Mexico, they annihilated it, and not only was the massacre of Tlatelolco, they also cut the resources to education, the years passed and little by little they were depleting the Mexican economy, later they put Salinas, He privatized all the state companies he could: Telmex, Cemex, Banamex, and many others became his friends... few people understand this but the companies that gave resources to the country were handed over to Salinas's friends, no more to Mexico, Mexico did not get anything from them... Salinas was only put there to destroy a little more the economy, privatize everything and get rich. The objective was always clear, they did not want 2 rich neighbors... Something curious happened in the Calderón government, was "the fast and furious operation", in which the CIA was going to let millions of weapons enter Mexico and when they had "bad people" go for them and catch them, But what do you think? the weapons were "lost", the trail of millions of weapons that ended up in the hands of the narco was lost and the chaos worsened... Do you notice? Do not you think it's funny? Just analyze carefully, why would the CIA let millions of weapons remain in the hands of drug traffickers just like that? It sounds ridiculous but that's how it was. Did you want to generate irreparable chaos...? The year 2012 arrived and they needed the last thing from Mexico, they had destroyed the economy, they had allowed corruption to grow and they fed the narco with weapons and permits to operate in plazas, only something was missing and it was oil, Salinas could not because he had to modify the constitution, so the plan included Peña Nieto, all the people closest to Salinas are now supporting Peña, they make him a novel, they get him an actress loved by Mexico, they buy millions of votes like never before in history, and in the end he wins the presidency, once again they achieve it, in a very illegal way, despite the complaints of the opposition and that there were millions of proofs on vote buying nothing happened... why did they do everything possible because Peña will win? It was there so that what could not be privatized Salinas, he did, NEEDED OIL... spend a few months and make energy reform, change the constitution and now oil is no longer the nation and now belongs to foreign companies linked to those who have always moved the strings of the world, the largest American asset management company in the world controls the Mexican oil, blackrock... The profits and deposits of the country no longer belong to Mexico belong to private companies... 2018 arrives and after so much time and since they already had everything they needed from Mexico, they can no longer cope with the social disenchantment and let AMLO take the presidency... Amlo receives a country plundered, destroyed, corrupted, full of crime, drug traffickers, poverty... the eighth economy of the world of those eighties and only remains in memory, the first country to make 2 Olympics and 2 world are just a memory, the economy that promised to break it in the 70s and 80s is now a destroyed and poor country... There were many Mexican presidents imposed from the United States, why do you think that many have been awarded at universities such as Jale or Harvard? They were just puppets and accomplices so that Mexico would not become a headache for the United States... They will say that I am crazy, but the US intelligence did everything possible so that Mexico would not grow up, they needed a poor neighbor, that would provide them with cheap labor and that their resources could be taken away from them and that's how it was... So we come to this image in the present, an image that represents the difference between current Mexico and the past, a truly patriotic president who loves his country and tries to save it, despite all the damage done to Mexico, it is a country that has never surrendered, they were more than 50 years trying to destroy it and they could not, Mexico is still big and if we give the confidence to Lopez Obrador, believe me that it will achieve it, because it not only represents the hope of Mexico, it represents hope of all Latin America that has always been plundered by our rich neighbor... It is in you to believe or not what is written here, maybe in some things I am wrong but believe me, what is written here is only a small part of reality...
Venezuela is the country with the largest oil reserves in the world and the late President Chavez did not allow foreign countries to take over these riches, so now it seems they want to take them as they are, IT IS ONLY AN OPINION. I share this information with the intention of obtaining some money to pay for my child's medical expenses. If you liked it, you can donate something to help my son. Thank you
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