General Cienfuegos 2023/10/13 | Excelsior

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On October 11, in the San Carlos Fortress, in Perote, Veracruz, the great commemorative ceremony of the 200th anniversary of the creation of the Heroic Military College was held.

There, in the middle of a splendid setting to crown a series of celebrations in honor of the College, the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador He also decorated high-ranking soldiers who have been in charge of the military establishment, among them, General Salvador Cienfuegosformer Secretary of Defense in the six-year term of Enrique Pena Nieto.

The recognition, in addition to being fair and equitable, was controversial. In October 2020, General Hundred fires He was arrested in the United States on recommendations from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) when they accused him of having links to organized crime, a situation in which the president himself sentenced as a result of the corruption of previous governments. and be an example of how the public function was degraded in the neoliberal regime.

“We are facing an unprecedented situation, because he is detained for the same accusation for which the Secretary of Public Security of Felipe Calderon. "I always said that it was not just a crisis, that it was a decadence, a process of progressive degradation."

However, some time later something made the President reconsider that position and what was a public lynching became a defense. Lopez Obrador interceded with the then president donald trump so that Hundred fires was extradited to Mexico and tried by our own laws.

The review of the file by the Attorney General's Office of the Republic determined that the soldier had been illegally detained and that there was no reliable evidence of the charges against him, so he was released.

The relationship between the general Hundred fires and the president Lopez Obrador, we know, was always tense. First as a candidate and then as supreme commander of the Armed Forces. Lopez Obrador He questioned the General at all times. There were several clashes, including Hundred fires He criticized the idea of ​​amnesty criminals, since that meant breaking the law and at the same time he visualized what would happen in the immediate future, the total impunity of organized crime.

But for reasons that only the high command is aware of, things changed. Lopez Obrador He left the lynching behind. In his Wednesday morning he maintained that the DEA fabricated the crimes Hundred fires, even defended the delivery of recognition in Veracruz and exempted him from the Ayotzinapa case. The award to the general Hundred fires She was well received by the troops, because they know that her career is deserved and clean.

* What led what is presumed to be the best intelligence and military force in the world to fail in the face of Hamas terrorist attacks? Something intentional? Because this error is only similar to what happened with the Twin Towers in the United States and whose reason, it has been said, was to reactivate the war economy.

In Israel's response to Hamas, it displayed an entire arsenal of high-tech weapons and air and ground transportation systems. Even the United States exhibited state-of-the-art aircraft carriers. This display of military might could prove extremely costly. The Arab and Islamic community is calling for a jihad and the consequences could be catastrophic.

* In the recent meeting held by the Secretary of State, Anthony Blinkenand Lopez Obradorthe North American official expressed his concern about illegal migration on the southern border of Mexico, and no wonder, as a result of the terrorist acts in Israel, it was learned that the Sinaloa Cartel and Hamas maintain ties and share information.

The former Israeli soldier Dany Tirza revealed that Hamas and the Sinaloa Cartel have agreements, the Mexican criminal group even financed the construction of the wall that separates Israel from the Gaza Strip, in addition to building the tunnels through which the terrorists move, in exchange for moving drugs through Middle East.


Great work of the Mexican Army in rescuing fellow citizens trapped in the Israel-Palestine conflict.

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