With the death of children the country is pacified!

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Raul Flores Martinez.

Mexico is a country that little by little is falling apart, little by little organized crime takes over states and governments, if you don't believe me, just take a look at last year's elections and the entire Pacific corridor.

Years ago it was said that, in the six-year term of Felipe Calderón, Mexico had become a narco-state, a government that had been marked by the trails of deaths left by organized crime groups; however, that remained in history.

At the present time of the Fourth Transformation, the narco-state has become a reality, a government that has already been marked by constant executions, confrontations and the displacement of their communities.

Something ridiculous is that while the President of the poor, López Obrador, assures over and over again in his morning conference “that everything is going really well” and that his strategy of “Hugs, Not Bullets” has given him surprising results to pacify the country.

However, according to figures from the National Public Security System so far in the six-year term of the Fourth Transformation, organized crime has murdered 9,213 children.

The statistics of the Federal Government itself, indicate that homicides by firearm of minors or children (according to the international categorization, people under 18 years of age) have added 627 between January and September of this year.

The mode of operation of organized crime to kill minors, were the attacks directed at the parents or families of minors, the criminals did not stop the murders or avoid killing minors.

Ambush, direct fire or crossfire are some of the situations in which they have lost their lives due to murder at the hands of criminals and sometimes at the hands of authorities carrying out an operation.

The Network for Children's Rights reported that Guanajuato is at the forefront of violent homicides of minors, with 101 cases in 2022. Michoacán follows with 89 and Zacatecas with 68.

In this way the country is being pacified, a pacification with the execution of minors, women and men who die in the midst of clashes between criminal cells, clashes that can last for hours, without the authorities intervening under the old scheme of " We got to see what happened and we didn't get to see what is happening."

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