Mexican Narco-State File: Past/current ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party, PAN allies reverse socialist legacy of President Cárdenas (1934-1940), end 75-year state monopoly in O&G sector, open industry to private firms; Mexican leftists barricade Chamber of Deputies prior to vote, denounce bill as “treason,” sell-out to US companies; army occupies Pacific port, ousts Knights Templar drug cartel

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Historical Flashback: Mexico’s Incomplete Socialist Revolution: 1934 Constitution Promotes “Socialist Education,” Article Later Removed (source)

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3 responses to “Mexican Narco-State File: Past/current ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party, PAN allies reverse socialist legacy of President Cárdenas (1934-1940), end 75-year state monopoly in O&G sector, open industry to private firms; Mexican leftists barricade Chamber of Deputies prior to vote, denounce bill as “treason,” sell-out to US companies; army occupies Pacific port, ousts Knights Templar drug cartel

  1. mah29001 December 19, 2013 at 3:42 am

    You might want to check out what “changes” are happening in North Korea, the uncle of Kim Jong-Un was recently executed allegedly for trying to start a coup being propped up by Communist China, for Kim Jong-Un, he however receives the backing of his traditional Western Communist allies such as those in the Workers’ World Party:

    http://www.workers.org/articles/2013/12/17/defend-socialist-korea/

    How the heck will our Soviet mole make matters worse? Both sides are run by the Reds…

  2. mah29001 December 19, 2013 at 3:43 am

    I find it odd the Workers’ World Party describes the PRI to be “right-wing”, even though they’re members of the Kremlin run Socialist International:

    http://www.workers.org/articles/2013/12/18/mexicos-capitalist-parties-capitulate-u-s-agree-sell-energy-resources/

  3. mah29001 December 23, 2013 at 3:50 am

    It looks like the Sudanese government may select a member of the Sudanese Communist Party as a “mediator” so that they can reacquire South Sudan, btw, most of South Sudan’s leaders are former Vice Presidents of Sudan fighting over tribal territory:

    http://allafrica.com/stories/201312120863.html

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