Category Archives: Life-in-Mexico

Are Immigrants Stealing American Jobs?

I don’t necessarily agree with this girl, but it is an informational video from her point of view.

I think that the US should open their border legally to more Mexicans, and much more than any other country. Mexicans rarely take high paying jobs in the US. Yet Chinese, Japonese, Indian, etc. people get the special privilege visas and green cards and visas, and the Mexicans get slammed basically.

The truth of the matter is that the majority of Mexican immigrants to the US work hard, get fed up with the expensive lifestyle requirements of the US, and turn around and go home on their own. Many stay. But they basically want to become American citizens and fit into the US culture and country. They are not importing Shariah law, but just a good work ethic.


Mexico City Lifestyle

This is a video showing Mexico City. Turn off or down low the audio before you watch this. I do not approve of the audio. But there are some real nice drone images of downtown Mexico City.

7:24 minutes
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Documentary: Mexico City

This is a TV documentary series on Megacities, and in this installment, this series examines Mexico City, the city where we minister. This video is by a secular group, but it does give a lot of information about our city. It focuses mainly on earthquakes and a little on the volcanos in close proximity Mexico City.

47 minutes long

My Comments

It is difficult to describe Mexico City to people who have never been there, and even living there, it is difficult to comprehend at times.

Earthquakes – Usually they are less dramatic as presented here (these are simulations). The constant focusing on tremors is very true. The SAS system doesn’t always work though. There are different kinds of earthquakes, and their origins are different, and some seem to come from distances 1000s of miles away and Mexico City is the bowl of jello that shakes when somebody bumps the other end of the table. When somebody bumps the plate of jello, there is no warning. Also quakes are of the type of rolling back and forth, circulating around, or up and down jerking. The last one is deadly.

The second floor or story of the Periferico is now functioning. No matter what assurances any engineer gives, nobody wants to be on the second story when an earthquake hits though. ­čÖé The fact that it sways like a palm tree in a strong wind only reinforces what I say here.

Volcanos – I have had my car dusted with volcanic ash that destroy the finish on the car.



Mexico Crimes Against Humanity

MexicoNewsDaily: Mexico Crimes Against Humanity

Topic: Mexico Crimes Against Humanity
By David Cox

Mexico Crimes Against HumanityIn this commentary we look at the Mexico News Daily article which reveals a great problem in Mexico. The great problem in Mexico is that of the corruption of the very forces that are supposed to be protecting the population are the very ones that are doing the crimes.

It is amazing to see how easily, common, and unremarkable to find elements in police forces (as well as judges, lawyers, government officials, etc) which are on the cartel payrolls. During Salinas de Gortari’s presidency, the US DEA stopped sharing any intel with Mexico, because while they were watching a drug lord in a house, they notified the Mexican counterparts, and within “MINUTES” the drug lord received a phone call and fled. This happened so many times that they just stopped sharing anything.

The Mexican police in the border cities near Texas are often grabbed by the federal police (the entire cities police force) restricted to barracks, and all their guns collected and test against known crimes. That usually nets dozens of links between these police and known murders. Wierd laws like policemen cannot have a cell phone on their person while on duty comes because between gathering up a police force in police buses to go raid a drug lord and arriving there, they are gone. They grab all the police’s telephones with them and somebody called and tipped them off!

MX violence: crimes against humanity

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