AND IN MEXICO…

While we've been eating popcorn and enjoying the three-ring Rome-Paris-Berlin circus that is the E.U. - although, I should say I'm foregoing the opera with libretto by A. Merkel and music by A. Schoenberg, A. Berg, and I. Stravinsky - the world's fifteenth largest economy (and most experts agree it could probably be far larger) - is headed for what could be a crucial election. Ms. K.M. shared this article, and it's important to pass along. That economy and country is Mexico, which, like the USA, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and other countries, certainly deserves better leaders than the tepid slogan-spouting auctioneers of globalism than they've been getting.

In Mexico's case, however, one Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has been scaring the daylights out of the American media, as the following article from AZCentral notes:

Díaz: Andrés Manuel López Obrador is America's worst nightmare

According to this article, Senor Obrador is that worst of things, an "isolationist" whose policies could lead to increased immigration. Reading the article, I couldn't help but detect the faint whiff of similar complaints voiced in the media about, oh, say, the recent Italian coalition government, or the Austrian elections that brought Sebastian Kurz to the Chancery in Vienna, or the BREXIT vote, and what-have-you. In short, when the corporate controlled lamestream media think something or someone is "bad", I tend to think that it or he or she may in fact be "good."

Ms. K.M. spotted this article, which is of course from the "alternative media," and which thinks that Senor Obrador may be "good":

JIM STONE refutes the MSM hit piece on Andres Obrador, who leads the polls in the upcoming presidential election in Mexico

Mr. Stone's piece is a diametrically opposing interpretation to that of the AZCentral, and in effect is arguing that Senor Obrador wants to break the foreign and monopolistic corporate power that has kept Mexico far below its real financial and economic potential. And as noted, he wants to expand Mexican agriculture and localize it, which I strongly suspect is "code" for breaking the hold of GMO companies and "big agribusiness".  Additionally, he wants Mexico's large petroleum industry to be run by Mexicans and - perish the thought - for Mexicans. And it is here, I suspect, that all those accusations about him wanting to turn Mexico into Venezuela take root. My problem with that analysis is that I seriously doubt that most Mexicans will stand for it. Those drug cartels with which Senor Obrador wants to make peace with will hardly stand for it either.

Needless to say, Obrador will face massive opposition from the corporation-controlled governments of the west, but he is not without potential allies to pursue his agenda; China and Russia are always in the wings, and they have the technology to assist in that quest should he actually be elected.

But none of this was what really caught my attention about Senor Obrador. It was this:

It is apparent but not officially stated that Obrador wants to curtail the liberal crap in academics to prevent a Mexican outcome that mirrors what is going on in America now, in addition to curtailing "family services" that take kids out of decent homes, in addition to getting rid of policies that undermine families. Obrador appears to be the "anti-feminist". That's badly needed now, the acid has been applied to Mexico and will absolutely eat the nation if something is not done to stop it. Unlike America however, it is not too late to stop it. Mexico can still be saved.

Since feminism and destruction of the family, and having the state be able to take kids on a whim is a cornerstone of a communist takeover, obviously Obrador is going to be hated and called a nutcase by people in the media who are the spokespeople of that particular effort.

In other words, an unstated part of Obrador's agenda is cultural, and it does not take much imagination to see that, for a traditional Mexican, steeped in family, hard work, and tradition, that a glance across the Rio Grande into the cultural swamp that America's academic and "family" institutions has become is a warning for Mexico's own future. If that is the case, then perhaps Senor Obrador is best seen, not as another Hugo Chavez, but rather, as another example of the cultural failure of globaloney, and as another example of the types of cultural-and-anti-globalism politics we've seen emerge with Chancellor Kurz of Austria, or the Alternativ fur Deutschland party in Germany, or the recent coalition government in Italy, or the ouster of Rajoy in Spain, or for that matter, Donald Trump in America or Vladimir Putin in Russia.

And Mexico is crucial, and therefore these elections are crucial, for Mexico is one of the three major regional powers in Latin America, the others being Argentina, and Brazil. In Mexico's case, it could provide an example to the smaller nations of Meso-America - Guatemala, and Nicaraugua in particular, both nations which have had more than their fair share of "Yankee United Fruit Company" imperialism, and Washington-sanctioned puppet governments and death squads. Remember Guatemalan General Rios Mont, the supposed "evangelical Christian" who was the darling of the Reagan era? or Anastasio Samosa?  If so, then you'll understand why it has been relatively easy for Marxist populist movements to grow in those countries, for part of the opposition has been to corporate imperialism from the Great North.

Thus, Obrador, if he wins, and plays his cards carefully, could chart a very different course for those countries, one neither kowtowing to Havana, nor Washington. In short, Mexico could become a "player" once again, and in a way far exceeding what it was in the early 19th century.

This is one to watch...

See you on the flip side...

14 thoughts on “AND IN MEXICO…”

  1. JPF: “In short, when the corporate controlled lamestream media think something or someone is ‘bad’, I tend to think that it or he or she may in fact be ‘good’.”

    Khomeini said something similar: if the Western media says bad things about us, it must mean we are on the right path. If they start to praise Iran, then we have to really worry about our country. Maybe. Maybe not.

    Mexico going isolationist is not going to benefit its people, but it might help some populist politicians rise to power. Populist politicians and alternative media are really good at bashing the globalist system that is currently in place, but not so good at presenting a credible alternative. Simply being anti-mainstream, or anti-this or anti-that … that is not what I call having a plan. It is about destroying something to make way for something else, and that something else is not being defined , so that once the current system is destroyed the brownshirts can define the agenda for the rest of us. Mullahs have tried for decades to fight globalism and what have they achieved? Will Mexico really be better off, or is the plan to cause Mexico to shoot itself in the foot? Very clearly the latter.

  2. saw these two links tonight. 357 attacks mostly against opposition candidates. journalists are getting hit too.
    www dot u tube dot com /watch?v=jzwfJR86Ad4&feature=em-uploademail

    there does seem to be parallels if not direct connections to how things are going for maduro too. although maduro’s security seems a bit better.
    www dot u tube dot com /watch?v=_fV-C1Ag5sI&t=860s

  3. I saw an article Dr. Farrell posted on Facebook that said Trump was trying to break up the North American alliance. What’s wrong with that? If you say Canada you are talking about the Crown. If you say Mexico you are talking about drug cartels. There is an article out today that 113 politicians in Mexico have been murdered. Everybody needs to draw back, pay attention to their own mess and de-globalize. And the violence stinks.

  4. marcos toledo

    In 1992 and 97, we were con into celebrating the 500th anniversary of the beginning of globalism. That kind of flopped destruction of the family system that has been ongoing for centuries traditional societies first then whatever succeed them if they did not fit the needs of the overlords of the planet. And chaos seems to be their idea of paradise for them that it is hell for the rest of us is a turn on to them.

  5. JPF: “In short, when the corporate controlled lamestream media think something or someone is ‘bad’, I tend to think that it or he or she may in fact be ‘good’.”

    Yep, that has become my ‘default’ position, too. (With the caveat that the ‘hidden elite’ have recognized this stance, and will sometime run ops from that standpoint. So, we still need to trust our intuition and sense of smell…)

    There is definitely something – globally – in the wind. The sheeple mass-consciousness has finally detected a ‘possible future’ forming (in a quantum mechanics collapse-of-waveform sense), and has gone into “Oh my God!” mode. Mass-consciousness is a powerful Force. The baddies are suddenly having to have a zillion fingers to stick into holes in the dike…

    The ‘outcome’ is uncertain, but at least – to misquote a certain movie – “We have hope, now.” (Just gotta track-down someone with Womp Rat target-practice training and a certain, errr… “sense of intuition”…)

    1. goshawks and jpf,
      been thinking along the same lines for awhile now. feels like mr globaloney has been thinking along those lines for longer than we have. hence we get limited hangouts and probably judas goats like alex jones, foster gamble, david icke,…. granted, no news source can be accurate on all things all the time.

      what a news source is innacurate about and how is telling about that source’s intent. for sure such gatekeepers provide infinitely better information and sooner than mr globaloney’s msm mouthpieces. just the same, think of how jones got so shrill shouting “remember the children!!!!!” right up until the moment when he bailed, cried and grovelled apologies to monsters like j’aimes l’enfant er i mean james alifont. talk about co-opting and working too hard to shut down research and further news on a subject. that’s just one example.

  6. Robert Barricklow

    I hate this system that portends/pretends to represent the will of the people. It is anything but. Instead, forces must strive to see who can best manipulate the system –
    either by stopping others; or, by a little of both.
    The people need to resist authoritarian/elitist rule.
    Jamming this “anti-culture” down the masses throats has to be pulled out by its very roots[money from nothing?].

  7. Does anyone truly believe, with their end goal in sight, the people behind this will allow a few good men to ruin their plans? They have had no problem with taking out men like JFK and numerous others who sought to thwart their plans covering it up nicely through their MSM and alphabet agencies.
    The root of the problem needs to be eliminated or the weed will continue to grow; and that root has grown enormous.

  8. Pope Francis just happens to be in Mexico now, preaching the globalist gospel on migration. Though there is no sign just now that he is about to “put his money where his mouth is”, such as turning the Vatican Gardens into a huge refugee camp….

    1. LOL! No, the only refugees allowed there are the children, ushered into the underground entrances. Shh!!!

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