Rosa Isela bear at the high-level meeting

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Hector Moctezuma de León.

Before the men of the most informed country in the world, who manage the affairs of other countries like their own, Rosa Isela Rodríguez, our Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection, told one of those lies very much in the style of her boss in the mornings of the Palace National.

Rosa Isela, the person in charge of the security of Mexicans, told the highest-level men in the Biden administration that: “Mexico is not a producer of fentanyl, it is a transit country, in Mexico there are laboratories, kitchens where it is produced. , in most cases, methamphetamine. The production of fentanyl deserves an issue that is a special laboratory, a fit laboratory.”

The response of the North American delegation was not long in coming from the mouth of prosecutor Merrick Garland who said that: “through this chain that begins in the chemical precursor companies in China, fentanyl reaches the Sinaloa and Jalisco cartels in Mexico, who are producing and trafficking fentanyl, which is reaching our border crossings and then to drug trafficking organizations related to cartels in the United States.”

The Secretary of Foreign Affairs Alicia Bárcena had to amend her cabinet colleague's point, she acknowledged that obviously there are no legal laboratories for the production of fentanyl in Mexico, it was just missing, what there are are illegal laboratories.” How illegal is the activity of the cartels.

The problem is that our officials, except those in Foreign Affairs, the four-timers do not understand that the bilateral relationship with the United States has a very special management, that North American officials come to seek the solution to a very serious problem that kills 100 thousand Americans a year, not because they come out with bravado.

They do not understand that in a bilateral negotiation you must speak the truth, even if it hurts, what happens is that this government, nor the previous ones, are not given self-criticism, they are used to lying and normally make a mistake in their interventions like the one the head of the SSPC did. And as long as the truth is not spoken, there will be no solution.


Another bear was the one made this Thursday by the owner of the PRI, the ineffable, Alito, who in the midst of the decline of his candidate for the Frente Amplio Por México candidacy began to demonstrate that it is he and no one else who rules in what remains of that party and that there is division within it. Alito met with the National Council and approved the expulsion of those who were in the group of so-called PRI members distinguished as the former governors: Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong Eruviel Ávila Villegas, Omar Fayad Meneses, Claudia Ruíz, Massieu (former national president) and the senators Nuvia Mayorga and Carlos Ramírez Marín, what was the point of holding a Council meeting if these people had already been gone for a long time? But what a necessity, as the classic said. Don't help me, compadre, Xóchitl Gávez would say.. Scandal at the door in Baja California Sur, where the serious errors committed by Governor Víctor Manuel Castro Cosío are now compounded by the abuses of his Secretary General of the Government, Homero Davis Castro, accused of sexual harassment by one of his subordinates, who has already reported him to the competent authorities.

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