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Mexican Revolution Looms..Pentagon Orders US Special Forces
Sat Aug 19, 2006 17:31

 
August 19, 2006

Pentagon Orders US Special Forces To Mexican Oil Fields
As Revolution Looms

by
(Name withheld for protection of the author)

Russian Military Analysts are reporting today that the United States Military Leaders have ordered an ‘advisory contingent’ of American Special Forces Officers to Mexico in order to prepare their Mexican counterparts for an expected siege upon Mexico’s vast oil fields, and which provides to the US its second largest amount of imported oil after Canada.
http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/oil_gas/petroleum/data_publications/company_level_imports/current/import.html

The actions being taken by the Americans is in response to the growing rebellion in Mexico over the stealing of its Presidential election by its present government and backed by US corporate interests, and which fear a leftist controlled Mexican government would break away from its present orbit around the United States Empire.

Every day on its present march towards outright Civil War sees new escalations in this present conflict, and which today has seen the Mexican Government protecting their government buildings, and as we can read as reported by New Zealand’s NZTV News Service in their article titled "Mexican riot police seal Congress", and which says:

"Hundreds of riot police in black body armour sealed Congress with roadblocks and a metal wall on Tuesday to keep leftist protesters away after a violent clash over Mexico's disputed presidential election. Federal police took control of all the streets around Congress in a show of force to prevent protesters from blockading the building ahead of President Vicente Fox's state of the nation speech there in two weeks time.

About 15 legislators from the left-wing party whose presidential candidate, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, narrowly lost the July 2 election were among those hurt on Monday when police tore down tents in their partially built camp, tear gassed protesters and drove them back with clubs."

Though the violence against those rebelling against the theft of the Mexican Presidential election is increasing they have likewise warned that their efforts will not cease, and as we can read as reported by the BBC News Service in their article titled 'Siege' warning to Mexico rival", and which says:

"Supporters of Mexico's left-wing presidential candidate have pledged to place his rival "under siege" if he is declared winner of the disputed poll. A spokesman for Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's party said Felipe Calderon would not be able to operate outside his office if he was made president."

Perhaps most importantly about these events, and as we have previously noted many times, is that the American people themselves are not allowed to know about these events by their Military Controlled Propaganda Media Organs, and as we can see evidenced by Britain’s Guardian Unlimited News Service in their article titled 'People power' is a global brand owned by America", and which says:

"A couple of years ago television, radio and print media in the west just couldn't get enough of "people power". In quick succession, from Georgia's rose revolution in November 2003, via Ukraine's orange revolution a year later, to the tulip revolution in Kyrgyzstan and the cedar revolution in Lebanon, 24-hour news channels kept us up to date with democracy on a roll.

Triggered by allegations of election fraud, the dominoes toppled. The US secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, was happy with the trend: "They're doing it in many different corners of the world, places as varied as Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan and, on the other hand, Lebanon ... And so this is a hopeful time."

But when a million Mexicans try to jump on the people-power bandwagon, crying foul about the July 2 presidential elections, when protesters stage a vigil in the centre of the capital that continues to this day, they meet a deafening silence in the global media. Despite Mexico's long tradition of electoral fraud and polls suggesting that Andrés Manuel López Obrador - a critic of the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) - was ahead, the media accepted the wafer-thin majority gained by the ruling party nominee, Harvard graduate Felipe Calderón.

Although Mexico's election authorities rejected López Obrador's demand for all 42m ballots to be recounted, the partial recount of 9% indicated numerous irregularities. But no echo of indignation has wafted to the streets of Mexico City from western capitals."

The greatest tragedy of these present events in Mexico, though, rests with it being yet another reminder of how the once mighty and great peoples of the United States have truly fallen from their once idealized status as the defenders of freedom to that being the suppressors of freedom, and in an irony not to be lost upon any of us, have surrendered their own freedoms and liberties without showing the courage of their Mexican neighbors who today are fighting, and dying, so that their Nation could remain free.


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