by Gilberto López y Rivas On April 19, a letter entitled “Why We Oppose the Mayan Train” was delivered to the President of Mexico, signed by more than 300 researchers from various disciplines, who describe themselves like this: “We are not pseudo-scientists, we are not conservatives, we are not adversaries. We are academics with field […]
Raul Romero reflects on the rising influence of the military-industrial complex in Mexico. “When the military are predominant members of the power elite, Mills reflected, what they seek is expansion. Hopefully we still have time to shut them down.”
Whether it be by omission or commission, it will be the Mexican state that will have to answer for another humanitarian tragedy foretold.
Individuals, collectives and organizations hold omissive and permissive governments accountable for the assassination of Simón Pedro Pérez López and the ongoing state of terror in the Altos of Chiapas.
The obstacles of the supreme government and its ignorant, foolish and racist bureaucracy are outrageous. You might think that it is only bureaucracy, that you have the bad luck to run into someone who thinks he has power because he is behind a window, a desk, an office. But no, it is also something else, and it could be synthesized as follows: racism