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Book Promotion | Chiapas, Mexico | On the Road

I crossed the border in Chiapas, toward Yucatan.

Chiapas is an activist state, home of the National Zapatista Liberation Army. I went through two blocked roads on my way to Tulum; roads are blocked by the peasants to demand a toll because of grievances they have with the government. They gave me a flyer explaining why the blockage. I gave them a flyer too, and I explained to them that the blockages were misplaced. They should block Wall Mart and Coca Cola; the politicians are just puppets. I think they got the point: Banks and International Corporations are the problem, and everything is connected. It is a worldwide problem, and the elite has plans.

My flyer: Flyer top

I missed another blockade by hours. I could tell because a lane was still blocked by barrels and other debris. I don’t know what this had been about. Everyone was still armed with clubs and had a threatening attitude. I decided to leave before they blocked again, but I left some flyers at the gas station. Spreading the word.

Please do the same. Support my work. The more people know the less power the oligarchs will have. Grave implications.

9:11 New

http://www.amazon.com/11-Truth-Implications-S-Guzman-C-ebook/dp/B00GEIKLPQ/

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A Visit to Oventic | Zapatista National Liberation Army

From the road to Oventic

From the road to Oventic

For those of you who don’t know, the Zapatista National Liberation Army (ZNLA) was able to establish autonomous territory in Mexico after a bloody uprising on January 1, 1994. The uprising was caused by the extreme poverty imposed on native Mexicans by a corrupt Mexican government. The rebels, led by Sub Comandante Marcos, attacked the palace in San Cristobal de las Casas and demanded land reform and autonomy for the indigenous people.

The Mexican government was put in check, and although no agreements were reached and the army and paramilitary groups counterattacked continuously for over ten years killing many rebels and sympathizers, the Zapatistas were able to hold the land they had recovered. And they established a real democracy within a disguised dictatorship, a place where the government obeys a population who now have schools and clinics, something that, to my understanding, they never had before.

DemocracyAt the bottom, the sign reads: Here the government obeys the people.

The purpose of my visit was to get to know them, and see how they ran one of their autonomous communities. I wanted to see true democracy in action and leave them a copy of my book, 9/11 La Verdad: Implicaciones, (9/11 truth: Implications). I thought it would be good for them to know that the struggle was global, and that humanity was living a big lie, and was being robbed and killed by the psychopaths who had bought their governments. Therefore, what they were doing was extremely important, an example to the world, what we all should be doing–break away from rotting socioeconomic systems run by psychopathic thieves and murderers.

ConstructionConstruction

The trip took me about two hours from San Cristobal de las Casas, for I didn’t know where I was going and had to ask for directions several times. I got to my destination around noon, parked close to a construction zone (they were finishing a new building) and approached the gate. The guard asked me the required questions. Where was I from? Why I wanted to visit? How long? I had my passport ready but he forgot to ask for it. I told him why I came, signed the registration form and he asked me to wait. After about a half an hour he came back and said they wanted to know what the book was about; I guess even democracies have bureaucracy.

1st houseFirst house from the gate

I explained that my book exposed that 9/11 had been an inside job (http://ae911truth.org/), but, and more important, it explained what that meant, and how it affected the whole world, even Mexico, and they should be aware of it. I also explained to him that Jade Helm 15 was starting on July 15 and five Walmart super centers had closed their doors in five of the states the military exercise would be taking place. I also told him that that exercise could go live because the elite had big plans for the world and knew that the public was beginning to know. Their agenda included (this had been cast in stone–the Georgia Guidestones) to kill 80% of the population, and that, of course, would also affect Mexico and the rest of the world. Then he left again and I waited for about another half hour.

ZapataEmiliano Zapata, a leader of the 1910 Mexican Revolution

After he came back I was greatly disappointed because he said that I could come in, leave a copy of my book and take pictures, but they were too busy to talk to me. Perhaps this was so because I didn’t scheduled an appointment. (They do have an office in San Cristobal, but I went there three times and nobody answered the door so I decided to take a chance and show up unannounced). The guard let me in through a small wooden gate beside the main entrance and escorted me to their meeting place (la junta del buen gobierno building), where I left a copy of my book and they provided a guide to show me the place.

Junta del buen gobiernoJunta del buen gobierno

We strolled downhill toward the basketball court while I again explained to my new guide the purpose of my visit, stressing how dangerous the corporate oligarchy was to humanity, and explaining how the banks were the head of the monster. (https://www.facebook.com/nomegabanks?ref=bookmarks) He agreed with me. He was a pleasant person but he also seemed to be a little anxious, so I asked him if they were still under threat from the government, and he said that they always were in spite of the apparent truce.  They didn’t allow me to take pictures of them (in spite of the ski masks and balaclavas covering their faces and muffling their voices) for security reasons. I couldn’t blame them; sometimes I thought that I should have been wearing a mask myself.

Road 1 into OventicRoad into Oventic, You can see part of the small gate at the entrance, beautiful countryside.

Below are some pictures of their elementary and intermediate schools and the basketball court. I didn’t see many people or children, but I couldn’t talk to the Junta so I have to let the pictures show you what I saw and leave it at that; assumptions are the mother of screw-up. In a way I felt that I was intruding, perhaps because I didn’t scheduled the visit, so I didn’t ask many questions.

SchoolsIntermediate

Schools2Elementary

Basketball courtBasketball Court (Notice: No trash anywhere)

Before I visited Oventic, I asked a resident of San Cristobal about the Zapatistas, and he told me that they hadn’t accomplished much. He seemed to have a bad opinion of the Zapatistas.

I think it is understandable that they are small in numbers, not many people are willing to pay the price of freedom, but I dare to say that they have accomplished a lot, considering the struggle they have gone through. The odds were against them, but after more than twenty years, they are still holding their own. Their youth is getting an education with indigenous values, not an indoctrination, and they are no longer part of a dehumanizing program which makes them third class citizens. They have the schools and clinics the Mexican government never cared to build.

But more than that, they are an example to the world. They are doing what we all have to do, disengage from the scum and criminals who are turning this world into trash. Isn’t that an accomplishment? Are you doing your part? Do you have an opinion?

SchoolsSchools

Zapatista WomanWomen have a vote now

On the roadOn the road again

 Occupy fist

Human Rights in Mexico | Mega Banks | San Cristobal de las Casas | Hunger Strike

Hunger Strike

Margareth

In downtown San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, on November 11, 2013, Margareth Castillo Mora was kidnapped because of her struggle for human rights. She was forced into a car without plates, which was escorted by a patrol car. She was then hanged by her feet, cruelly beaten and tortured. Taken for dead, she was left on the side of the road. To this date nothing has been done by the authorities; criminals will not investigate criminals. But Margareth can sure walk her talk; she is now doing a hunger strike to bring global attention to her case. Please spread the word; it can save her life.

Many people feel helpless at the corruption spreading across the world, but to stop it, all we have to do is boycott the mega banks. They are all connected, and they are controlling not only our economies but also our governments. Of  course we should also boycott all the immoral corporate oligarchs, companies like Coca Cola (poison) which were refreshing Nazi troops during World War II,  etcetera. But the mega banks are the head of the monster. (All about banks here: https://www.facebook.com/nomegabanks?ref=bookmarks) Let’s bring them down. That would be a great beginning, wouldn’t it?

It would. We need to build a sound socioeconomic system. But, the question is,  are we up to it?

We have to consider that 9/11 was an inside job, which means that our socioeconomic system is so corrupt that is beginning to destroy itself, and we are running out of time.  If you have any doubts about 9/11  just check this video. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6JN9cwY_OE&feature=share) It will clear all for you unless you’re walking dead; that is, unless you are completely brainwashed.

Let’s do it! Move your money to a small bank or a credit union, or hide it somewhere if you prefer.

Are you banking with the enemy?

Jekyll IslandMore about the banks: The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second look at the Federal Reserve.

Subcomandante Marcos | Zapatista Movement in Chiapas, Mexico

This video is a really good documentary about the situation in Chiapas, Mexico. It also shows how an undisciplined ego and greed turn human beings into duplicitous and contradictory beings; watch the ending carefully. It is rather long because the Canadian reporter interviews all sides involved, but that is what helps you to get a clear picture of the situation. In Youtube you can find it in segments if you are pressed for time.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4513202692382805096

And this link will take you to the Subcomandante:

Just Subcomandante Marcos

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