121 Mexican Candidates Killed this Election Season

According to Telesur there have been 121 political candidates in Mexico this last campaign season.
This might explain why Mexican mainstream media has been a little shy about writing too much about NXIVM – considering the ties it has with Emiliano Salinas, son of the brutal and murderous former president of Mexico, Carlos Salinas.
One Mexican journalist from one of the largest media outlets told me personally that if Carlos Salinas knew he was going to write about his son and NXIVM, Carlos would have him killed.
At the time I thought he was being melodramatic. But the story below
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According to Telesur there have been 121 political candidates in Mexico this last campaign season.
This might explain why Mexican mainstream media has been a little shy about writing too much about NXIVM – considering the ties it has with Emiliano Salinas, son of the brutal and murderous former president of Mexico, Carlos Salinas.
One Mexican journalist from one of the largest media outlets told me personally that if Carlos Salinas knew he was going to write about his son and NXIVM, Carlos would have him killed.
At the time I thought he was being melodramatic. But the story below
Read more

Are Undocumented Immigrants Flooding our Southern Border?

Well, that depends on how you define “flooding.” If we’re looking at historical data, then the answer is absolutely no. There are two dynamics occurring right now (actually, there are several, but I’m only going to address two in this post).

1. Undocumented economic migrants (typically from Mexico, but also from Central America), and 2. Political asylum seekers (primarily from Central America). Most of the recent news about family separations centers on political asylum seekers from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. But this blog post is about undocumented economic migrants, and whether they are presenting a significant threat for our Read more

Well, that depends on how you define “flooding.” If we’re looking at historical data, then the answer is absolutely no. There are two dynamics occurring right now (actually, there are several, but I’m only going to address two in this post).

1. Undocumented economic migrants (typically from Mexico, but also from Central America), and 2. Political asylum seekers (primarily from Central America). Most of the recent news about family separations centers on political asylum seekers from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. But this blog post is about undocumented economic migrants, and whether they are presenting a significant threat for our Read more