>>37616953 Haven't Latin American countries in general "woken up" several times during their history? Only to "fall asleep" back into corruption and poverty again?
It looks like this is the typical Latin American cycle to me. Governments being replaced, regimes change, currencies collapse and are replaced. But spics will be spics, they will never manage their countries to be first world ones.
>>37617789 >Spics see corruption and tyranny has taken over >revolt and kick ass, remove and hang those who oppress them >Install new government >Corruption and tyranny takes over again >El round 2
meanwhile >Tyranny and corruption takes over >Americans revolt and kick ass >Install new government >Corruption and tyranny takes over again >AS LONG AS THEY DONT TAX MUH SODA ITS OK XD LET FREEDOM RING AND PASS THE BIG MACS
At least the spics keep fighting against it, on the other hand America just sits there while the Gov drones its citizens and as long as American idiol is still on and the big mac stays under 7 bucks it's all good. Meanwhile the beaners have taken up arms and have been fighting corrupt police officers and Cartels in southern Mexico >bu-uu-t our gov is not as bad as the spics!
>>37617713 >thousands are marching against the government across the country. 43 students disappeared three weeks ago and people are not okay with that
implying this is the first time something like this has happened. Mexicans are fucked in the head. They are in the position they are in due to apathy and only caring about oneself rather than the collective.
That is, until they get to America, then they hate the white man and stick together..
>>37618649 the mexican and american middle class is not so different. people are apathetic because they have all they need, are afrwid to leave their comfort zpne and are distractes by trivial things to see the big picture.
>>37618899 Just make sure you don't give in to agents provacateurs that will only provoke a reactionary quelling of your revolution, i.e. don't become excessively violent. Targeted assasinations only - no massive riots.
As an American, sometimes I wish Mexico would become more fucked up/unstable to the point the U.S. couldn't ignore it, and thus start to focus our foreign policy on our neighbor to the south and stay out of shit halfway across the world. A lot less hypocrisy would result.
>implying America would care about muh sovereignty if Mexico were in a similar situation to Ukraine
It'll be interesting how they shush them this time. Responding with violence would only turn them into martyrs and kick up the hornet nest even more, which would be fun to watch but unlikely to happen. They'll probably just deny any connection to the government and without any proof it'll eventually die out, like it always does. Then it's just back to our regular programming.
>>37619451 Mexican gangsters will be utterly destroyed once proper government comes to power, drugs are legalized but dealt by pharmacists and herbalists, and there is simply no drug-market. You turds will be banished to the far north, where you can contemplate your bad life-choices and stare at your bad tattoos in the privacy of the wilderness.
>>37619532 Protip: the USD turning into monopoly-money is due to economic policies maintained by the federal government and the private Federal Reserve, and has nothing to do with Middle Eastern oil - there is oil in Alaska, and if the USA really wanted to secure its own future, it would invest in alternative energy like geothermal as well as form a strong allegiance with Russia. But Americans are dumb, and this is what the kikes rely on to keep their shitwagon going.
>>37619479 well yes, "our" benefit being that of the giant oil companies that really control the government, much more so than the Israel lobby. Not to mention pretty much every American corporate interest is reliant on abundant oil supply in one way or another - fuel prices go up, everything goes up.
>>37619617 We are allied with the Saudis, Alaska and Alberta have oil, and there are numerous alternative sources of fuel and energy - we do not need Iraq's oil. The Iraq war was just unjustified piracy with no rational basis. Any rationalization is just an attempt by pirates to dupe dumb folks into going along with their preplanned pirate- and Zionism-motivated schemes.
>>37619928 It's not rational when you already have oil-rich allies, oil in your own territory, and when the costs of the war are sure to outweigh the benefits, as they did. Americans - they learn on their deathbed.
>>37618650 >Nixon pissed his pants with the hippies outside the white house.
I dont think you understand the american people, our country was born out of revolution and protest. The reality is most people are content, however if there was a legitimate protest and the government went all ukraine on the protestors that would change very fast. Who do you wee protesting? Christfags going on about abortion, nigs going on about one of them being murdered even though theyre more likely to die at the hands of their own race, and the occasional hippy protest about climate change or some shit. The average american doesnt have a reason to go protest that shit, ill support it on social media but id rather jerk off, drink and eat my dinner. Plus i have work tomorrow. Presidents are smart enough to tread that line carefully.
>>37620124 It's kinda like the U.S. except more violent. Or the Western Hemisphere's version of Russia, as a better example. -Basically: If the Bread & Circuses are alright, a good chunk of the "taxpaying citizens" will stay fat and complacent.
>>37620030 >It's not rational when you already have oil-rich allies, oil in your own territory It is because oil is a resource, that currently, is not reusable. It's not like precious metals that can always be reused. Having another source other then your reserves is always the best because once your reserves empty out, you're fucked.
>when the costs of the war are sure to outweigh the benefits It didn't. The Iraq war removed the sanctions placed on Iraq after Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990. Which lowered the price of oil per barrel on the global market. Which helped the European nations that aren't rich in oil.
>Americans - they learn on their deathbed. So you're one of those idiots.
yeah no. It's like you guys don't know Mexico, they'll be too bussy watching marimar to care about their brothers beign murdered, they didn't care before when narcos took over the country, they won't care now.
American of Mexican descent here. It's great that this is happening..... but Mexicans suck at corruption killing. They're so bad at it, and this will most likely end up like all their other failed revolutions
Secondly, Mexico arguably reached its breaking point much quicker than the US on account of much less wealth.
My grandfather would tell me how a million dollars over there would be sorely missed, while over here a million is like 1/60th of a bond for a local school district.
Put in this fact when considering things like police loyalties, and you get a people who while not necessarily more prone to corruption, are cheaper to buy than your average American.
good good, dumb beaners finally found out mexicans are the one's who are actually killing mexicans
enjoy your shitty mexishit revolution 2.0, expect another 20% of the mexicans dead, I gave you Aridoamerica, you still wanted more shit (mexico), I hope all of you die an excruciating death for being this fucking retarded
>>37620701 >or if they accepted territorial status for a while. Not exactly. Texas joined as a independent nation and held sway over how they joined and on what circumstances, becoming a state in only one year.
>>37620817 It does, in the context of "economic warfare". Russia buddies up with Mexico, Mexico drops NAFTA, leaves Canada and the USA holding the bag. Mexico becomes the newest member of BRICS, and everyone gets a little more tense
>>37620788 Yes, but more like the government menaced to take away their guns using the army if they didn't accept to join as an "official" rural police, but as I said, much of the federal goverment is infiltrated by narcos, like if many of your US senators were criminal relatives or workers.
>Drug cartel members in the state of Tamaulipas, Mexico, kidnapped and murdered a female citizen journalist, posting images of her dead body on her own Twitter account >Unidentified kidnappers killed a Reynosa doctor believed to have anonymously share information about shootouts and violence in the troubled Tamaulipas border city, officials said Thursday. http://panampost.com/belen-marty/2014/10/21/mexican-narcos-murder-citizen-journalist-tweet-photo-of-her-corpse/ http://www.themonitor.com/news/local/anonymous-reynosa-citizen-journalist-believed-to-be-kidnapped-slain-doctor/article_8f4af79c-55a1-11e4-b608-001a4bcf6878.html
>An investigation conducted by El Universal revealed that a large number of law enforcement officials -- including sheriffs, border patrol officials, and customs agents -- working in southern Texas have been bribed by criminal organizations. http://www.insightcrime.org/news-analysis/us-police-corrupted-by-mexican-cartels-along-border
>Mexican activist killed during live broadcast in Sinaloa amid wave of attacks on journalists https://knightcenter.utexas.edu/blog/00-15782-mexican-activist-killed-during-live-broadcast-sinaloa-amid-wave-violence-against-journ#.VEFR3a3y1fo.twitter
>>37618160 The difference is Americans don't suffer like the beaners do, so there's nothing to revolt against unless you're a faggot. Beaners just have a shit country and they'll keep revolting until they beg us to grant them statehood
>Díaz,once a leader in the autodefensas movement of Michoacán, became the Coalcomán commander of the federally created, Fuerza Rural, hoping that working with the government would create a stronger security for the state. >The commander said they are now constrained of any movement or operation that as autodefensas, they previously implemented in the Sierras. Now, he said, they have to notify the government and await approval to move, more often than not the requests go unanswered. He said the conditions they are left to work in are deplorable. > Like others who have spoken of lack of support, Díaz said, the government only appeared to take photo ops, depicting the issuing of weapons and uniforms and vehicles, then vanished. He said they were given only 2 vehicles, few weapons, no funds, no gas, and were never trained by SSP as Alfredo Castillo touted would be done. >He reported that both the vehicles the government had provided to the city had been taken by organized crime. >Some rurales have openly returned to the autodefensas movement, which never was completely disbanded. In fact, the coastal AD, once led by Dr. Mireles, has never disbanded and have been openly operating all along.
>>37623252 borderlandbeat. com/2014/10/rurales-commander-who-said-we-were.html >The violence against the "normales" (teachers schools) reached its limit in Iguala, Guerrero, with the attack against the Ayotzinapa students. borderlandbeat. com/2014/10/the-teachers-schools-bother-mexicos.html >Who are the Normalistas? Radicals? Revolutionaries? Communists? borderlandbeat. com/2014/10/who-are-normalistas-radicals.html
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