In this video Luke Rudkowski talks about the latest developments in Mexico as protesters are kean on overthrowing their government.
Outrage in Mexico: Fury Over Student Massacre Boils Over
Published on Nov 13, 2014
DEBATE : Six weeks on, the outrage in Mexico is only growing. Anger over the presumed massacre of 43 apprentice teachers in the southern state of Guerrero is being fuelled by the government’s apparent reluctance to act.
Meanwhile, Mexico’s young president Pena Nieto, who ran for office as a reformer, is feeling the pressure. How is he going to restore faith in his reforms? And can the mass killing of those students prove a turning point in the uphill battle against impunity?
Outrage in Mexico: Fury Over Student Massacre Boils Over (part 2)
Mexico ‘still trying to locate’ missing students
Published on Nov 13, 2014
THE INTERVIEW : Protests are spreading across Mexico over the case of 43 university students who went missing in September, a mass disappearance believed to be linked to powerful drug cartels with the complicity of corrupt police forces and local politicians in Guerrero state.
Mexico Is Trying To Overthrow Their Government
In this video Luke Rudkowski breaks down the latest situation unfolding in Mexico.
Fury Over Mexico ‘Student Massacre’ Boils Over Into Street Battles!
Mexicans furious at the presumed massacre of 43 students torched the ruling party’s Guerrero state headquarters and briefly took a police commander prisoner as growing protests rocked President Enrique Pena Nieto’s government.
Riot police clashed with protesters in running street battles as black smoke billowed from the white two-story building of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in the southern state’s capital Chilpancingo.
Violent protests have erupted in Mexico since authorities said Friday that gang hitmen confessed to murdering the students and incinerating their bodies after corrupt police handed over the 43 young men in September in Guerrero.
Some 1,000 people, led by students and the radical CETEG teachers union, marched in Chilpancingo before throwing stones and firebombs at police.
Mexico Ready for Revolution?
The murder of 43 students in Mexico leads to mass demonstrations and protests, the connections between drug cartels, oligarchs, and corrupt politics in Mexico…
“I’ve Had Enough”: Mexico Protesters Decry Years of Impunity After Massacre of 43 Students Confirmed
http://democracynow.org – Protests are continuing across Mexico after the apparent confession of gang members for the massacre of 43 college students in the southern state of Guerrero six weeks ago. On Friday, the Mexican attorney general said suspects in the case admitted to killing the students and incinerating their bodies, leading investigators to the remains.
The students disappeared following a police ambush, fueling public anger over government corruption and Mexico’s endemic violence. On Saturday, a breakaway group of protesters set fire to the door of the presidential palace in Mexico City after a march that drew thousands of people.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has drawn criticism for leaving Mexico to attend the APEC summit in China amidst the unrest. We are joined from Mexico by María Luisa Aguilar Rodríguez, coordinator of the advocacy unit for Tlachinollan, a human rights group working with the families of the 43 missing students.
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Can election results be trustedin a country that has a history of election fraud? Well this weekend tens-of-thousandsof Mexicans hit the streets of Mexico City to protest the elections results and claim that Enrique Peña Nieto, a member of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional party, had people buy votes with gift cards. Andrew Kennis, investigative journalist, gives us the latest from Mexico.
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