Saturday, January 3, 2015

Mexican Nationals To Shut Down Mexico's Consulate In Chicago Over President Nieto's Narco-goverment

Multiple organizations, groups and Mexican nationals to engage in a shutdown of the Mexican Consulate in Chicago in protest of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's narco-goverment responsible for thousands of murders, corruption and disappearance of students.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
January 3, 2014

Chicago, Illinois - On Tuesday, multiple groups, organizations and Mexican nationals will engage in a major protest and shutdown of the Mexican Consulate in Chicago. The Chicago protest coincides with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's visit to Washington, D.C. and his narco-goverment allegedly implicated in thousands of murders, corruption and the disappearance of students in Mexico, including the 43 Ayotzinapa missing students in Guerrero. New evidence implicated the Mexican Federal Police, the Guerrero State Police and Mexican military in a joined operation conducting surveillance and a planned cold blooded attack by Federal Police, military, Iguala and Cocula municipal police on the Ayotzinapa students on September 26, 2014 in Iguala. The students were exposing a major organized corruption and murder operation between local municipal police, mayors, the Guerreros Unidos, a criminal organization, including state and the federal governments.
The group is also protesting the December 19 expulsion of Mexican nationals from the Mexican Consulate in Chicago by police. 
Dozens of protesters and clients seeking services at the Consulate were forcibly expelled from the Mexican sovereign property by Chicago police. All of those who were expelled from the Consulate were released outside.
The Mexican Consulate shutdown will take place at 204 Ashland Ave, in Chicago, Illinois at 8:00 a.m. on January 6, 2015.
Similar protests and shutdown actions by Mexican nationals are expected at other Mexican Consulates in the U.S. and Canada.
The event is sponsored by Semillas Autonomas Organization which says, the protests and shutdown is organized  to draw national attention to "The state violence against the Mexican people. The aggresion of the Consulate against community members" in Chicago.

Protesters expelled from Mexican Consulate in Chicago by police on Dec. 19, 2014. Video link:

In Washington, D.C., a major protest on January 6 will be held at Lafayette Park in front of the Whitehouse at 10:00 a.m. Protesters are demanding for the U.S. to end the Merida initiative as a result of human rights violations by Mexico, to stop using tax payer dollars ($2.4B since 2008) to finance Mexico's drug war, which has resulted with more than 90,000 deaths and 22,000 missing persons, to suspend treaties and agreements with Mexico until Mexico engages in justice and a legal process to solve homicides and prosecute criminals, including addressing corruption, to abstain from promoting investments in energy until Mexico engages in ture democracy and to release all political prisoners.

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