Author Archives: Manuel Tenedor

Article 39 (Artículo 39)

Article 39 (Artículo 39)

[ENGLISH + ESPAÑOL] On the eve of the commemoration of the anniversary of the Constitution of the United Mexican States, it’s worth taking a close look at and analyzing just how obsolete this post revolutionary document has become. This document was supposed to help Mexico become a ‘civilised’ society, yet now fills many with doubt. RecentContinue Reading

Vagoneros protesting at Tacubaya Metro station

Vagoneros protesting at Tacubaya Metro station

[ENGLISH + ESPAÑOL] On any given afternoon in a city populated by almost 9 million people, all kinds of stories are being generated, and they all form part of the abundant society that these people comprise. The daily grind almost dictates an instructional routine on how to get to work, home, school or any place ofContinue Reading

Michoacan riots

Michoacan riots

[ENGLISH + ESPAÑOL] Today, Mexico is enveloped in a wave of violence not seen since the Mexican Revolution (1910). Murders, kidnappings, decapitations and extortion have become everyday occurrences in many townships all across the country. The corrupt government and organized crime have led the nation down the darkest and most tragic path in the historyContinue Reading

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