Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Tourism in Mexico

As most days, I have read another horror story American article about Mexico and why not to go there anymore and to look at the country as a threat and undesirable . I have made answer here to the typical comments . These articles flood the news and create a vision that is a lie.

The U.S. State Department in Mexico issued a travel alert
yesterday, prompted by drug violence in the north of Mexico.

[The war on drugs is an American invention and then they complain about the results as though what they have caused is somehow Mexico’s fault.]

"Violent criminal activity fueled by a war between criminal
organizations struggling for control of the lucrative narcotics
trade continues along the U.S.-Mexico border. Attacks are aimed
primarily at members of drug-trafficking organizations, Mexican
police forces, criminal justice officials, and journalists.

[The main criminal organization being American government and its various public and private militaries and law enforcement agencies. And as the article says, Lucrative, meaning fortunes can be made, so of course America is in control of the situation and making the most profit from it, from all directions. It says attacks are aimed, but does not say who is doing the aiming. The article appears to have the legal and illegal organizations here in one category.]

However, foreign visitors and residents, including Americans, have been among the victims of homicides and kidnappings in the border region.

[A distorted truth. If one bothers with the details, they will see these kidnappings are Mexicans who have family and business on both sides of the border, with easy resources to check on before the kidnappers move. It is not random.]

In its effort to combat violence, the government of Mexico has deployed
military troops in various parts of the country

[Mexico has always had its troops all over its country, assuring its safety. A few extra have been sent to the border, at Americas insistence so they can add fuel to the fight to make the situation worse.]

U.S. citizens are urged to cooperate with official checkpoints when traveling on Mexican highways."

[Urged? Yes it would be a good idea to cooperate with officials in other countries, even if you are American.]

American ambassador Antonio Garza said in a statement that the alert
warning reflects the current reality in Mexico: "These conditions
are widely known here in Mexico from watching the news every day,
but many tourists are simply not as aware of what goes on in other
countries as they are in their own."

[Correct, Americans are not aware of others countries, but I am sure they don't know much about their own either. Both situations are buried in lies and illusions for them. Mexicans are very aware that any of their country that touches America is dangerous]

American visitors are advised to stay out of the border region, and
to avoid areas where there are high levels of prostitution and drug

[Since that is how visitors get to the border areas is by crossing the border, this is to say, no one go there any more, stop tourism and business . And the advice of staying out of undesirable areas should apply anywhere, since it happens everywhere. If you have to be told that, perhaps you should stay home. ]

Garza's alerts, which in the past have infuriated politicians and
the press in Mexico, appear to be justified. Calderon's military
campaign against the drug lords was launched 15 months ago, and the
violence on the border has increased, especially in recent months.

[Americas War on Drugs has escalated, as planned. Make substances that are in high demand illegal, use another country to get them from, arm the declared enemy to fight those in authority, fund both sides and run your own interference and media propaganda scheme, you will be sure to have the situation get much worse. Especially while nothing is done to stop the American cravingsfor illegal drugs .]

At the time of writing this article, more than 50 people had been
killed in Tijuana since the beginning of the year, and the bodies of
victims of the narcos turn up regularly. Reports such as this,
telling how five youths were tortured, sprayed with bullets and
dumped in an empty lot in Tijuana in March, are unfortunately common.

[There are many reasons why 50 people could be killed in Tijuana, other than drug related. The constant flow of workers from south to north, to seek the promised jobs and high wages and the near impossibility of American laws to come legal causes a back up and a bad situation for one. Of course some of the often told reports are true, but if one checks on the American side of the border, one can find the same kind of gang related violence.]

'The overall death toll associated with drug gangs in Mexico has
rise to more than 720 so far this year, well above the count this
time last year,' reads the report, published at the end of March. Mexico's drug wars killed more than 2,500 people in 2007.

[Any country that America invades, puts down its own laws on, and makes any type of war on will become a dangerous place to be. Feeding the public this image of Mexico is all part of the plan to destabilize the country enough to make it vulnerable for take over and optimum use for Americas own cause. America plays all angles in this game of oppression and destruction. Commerce, Agriculture, Tourism, the right for a country to make their own decisions, all greatly harmed and in danger of totally failing because of America. How evil to cause havoc in another country, and then point the blame at that country, as though America did not cause this step by planned step.]

And here copied below is another article, by American people for their own.

The True Price of Adventure in Paradise

Would-be expatriates look for home destinations that appeal to their
individual definition of adventure and paradise. For the first time,
International Living reported Mexico as the worlds top retirement
haven because of its economy, real estate, and quality of life.

[Mexico has always represented freedom and the simple good life to Americans. For many it is their dream or goal to vacation or retire here. How totally hypocritical to warn away tourism while at the same time promote moving here as the ultimate retirement place. Americans think they can build realty any way that suits them, but only the willingly decieved will buy it. The truth still exists and those who see it must fight on to not let it be buried in lies that benefit America and destroy others.]

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