Skydiving / The Eagle’s View / Perspective

Free Falling 1

We skydived in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico. I am uploading three videos, for I couldn’t figure any other way to edit. I took a video of the  original and then I was able to upload to YouTube after editing.

Exhilarating experience. Recommended. I asked them if I could take lessons to jump on my own, but they explained that they don’t teach there because it is a difficult beach to land on. All instructors in Playa del Carmen have done over 10,000 jumps and can handle the challenge, but it would be too rough for beginners who could land on a roof somewhere or hurt someone on the beach. So . . . we’ll see.

I thought to wear my t-shirt promoting (A & E for 9/11 Truth) architects and engineers for 9/11 Truth but the parachute straps would have been on the way. Besides, that t-shirt is almost in tatters. So . . . maybe next time. But don’t forget to spread the word. Silence is a crime.

Video one shows the flight up:

The Flight Up 

Video two shows the jump:

The Jump

In video three we’re coming to  the end of the 40 seconds free fall and parachuting to Playa del Carmen.

Parachuting

And don’t forget!

Silence is a crime

9:11 Cover 3 copy

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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/

Mexico | Guatemala | Coca Cola | Poison / Veneno

Poison / Veneno

Poison / Veneno

(Traducido al Español)

Have you noticed? That Coca Cola truck goes everywhere, doesn’t it? Those Coca Cola posters and misleading TV commercials are everywhere in Mexico and Guatemala–let’s not mention the world. Their commercials and videos are excellent–misleading but excellent.

But I have something to tell you, as long as you keep buying Coca Cola, as long as you keep supporting the Mega Banks and the multinational corporations (Walmart, Burger King, MacDonald etc.), you are doomed. They are lying to you. Coca Cola is trash, unhealthy; and they (and the rest of the multinationals) own the government. Forget elections! Just like in the United States of America, the only vote you have is how you spend your money. Do you want your country to prosper? Boycott them. That’s your vote. Don’t buy Coca Cola. Demand an electric car.

Spread the word.  The more people know, the less power they’ll have.

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⸘Han notado? El truck de la Coca Cola va a todos lados, ⸘no?  En Mexico y Guatemala esos engañosos anuncios y comerciales de TV estan en todas partes (no mencionare a los Estados Unidos). Sus comerciales y videos son excelentes, engañosos pero excelentes.

Pero les voy a decir algo, si continuan comprando Coca Cola, si continuan apoyando los Bancos y Corporaciones Internacionales (Walmart, Burger King, MacDonald etc.), estan perdidos. Ellos les mienten. La Coca Cola es basura, perjudicial a su salud; y la Coca Cola (junto con las otras multinacionales) controlan nuestros gobiernos. Olvidense de votar; es una farsa. Asi como en los Estados Unidos de America el unico voto que vale es como gastamos nuestro dinero. ⸘Quieren que su pais progrese? Denle bola negra. Es el unico voto que tenemos. No compren Coca Cola. Boicoteen las multinacionales. Exijan un coche electrico.

Corran la voz. Mientras mas gente sepa, menos poder tendran.

The beginning . . .

To support my work (para apoyar mi trabajo) visit: http://amazon.com/author/sguzmanc

Occupy fist

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http://ae911truth.org/ (Puede traducir)

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Coca Cola's PoisonThe Poison / El Veneno

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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.

El Rinconcito | Puerto Escondido | The Eye of the Dragon

“The Eye of the Dragon,” “A Vagabond in Mexico” and the twins “9/11 La Verdad: Implicaciones” “9/11 Truth: Implications” are touring Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca,  Mexico. Just spreading the word!

Below a picture of Efi’s “El Rinconcito Restaurant” where I rent a space. They have cabins and a small campground at the beach. Reasonable prices. Excellent food and . . . exquisite sauce!

IMG_1922Vane left, Efi and Gollo right

Puerto EscondidoGollo working at the beach, to the left

bookcoverimageThe Eye of the Dragon

More books here:

http://amazon.com/author/sguzmanc

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MariaMaria at Cafeolé |  Great Service!

CafeolaRestaurant Cafeolé 

9:11 La Verdad9/11 La Verdad: Implicaciones

En Español

More here:

http://amazon.com/author/sguzmanc

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San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mex | Pictures

To S MiquelOn the road to San Miguel, I cropped part of the picture to remove the road trash. We are such a careless species.

DanceNative dancers at the plaza . . .

Sunday SqrFrom the restaurant where I am having my chicken tacos.

San MiguelFrom the pedestrian bridge . . . 

S MiguelJust a side street . . .

Have you been to San Miguel? 

Ofro’s Restaurant | Downtown San Blas, Nayarit, Mexico

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No impressive front . . .

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And the family is camera shy.

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But the food, prices and service are excellent!

These are chicken fajitas with cheese, guacamole, green peppers etcetera.

At: Juarez 64, Col Centro, San Blas, Nayarit Mexico

One block from the plaza

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