Violence in Mexico: more lethal than terrorism!

Rightly so, 20 months away, the entire world shook with the memory of the terrorist attack that brought down the Twin Towers.

And it is that in the memory of the world the pain for thousands of lives lost or disappeared is still alive – at least 40 percent of the victims have not been identified – due to one of the greatest terrorist coups in history.

However, the global eyes that were shaken by the greatest terrorist attack against the United States seem oblivious and even indolent to the other tragedy that is lived south of the Rio Grande.

Indeed, in just the first 32 months of the López Obrador government, almost 100,000 intentional homicides have been committed in Mexico, as a result of unbridled criminal violence.

Irresistible violence that, however, seems stimulated by the AMLO government itself, which, willingly or not, maintains an evident alliance with the most influential criminal cartels in the country.

But if they still doubt that violence in Mexico is more lethal than global terrorism itself, it is worth an elementary exercise in memory and contrast about terror in the world and violence in Mexico.

1.- In the attack on the Twin Towers, on September 11, 2001, some 3,000 people lost their lives; 40 percent remain missing.

In Mexico, in the first 32 months of the Obrador government, criminal terror killed 100,000 citizens.
2.- Another September 11, but in 1973, the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet began, in

Chili; satrap who overthrew Salvador Allende with fire and blood.

After 23 years of the assault on the Palacio de la Moneda, Pinochet was fired and it is estimated that the repression of his government caused 40 thousand victims, including deaths and disappearances.

In Mexico, in just 32 months of the Obrador government, violence and crime killed 100,000 people. Without a doubt, a brand.

3.- According to the newspaper El País, the terrorist organization ETA, from Spain, killed 857 people – civilians, politicians, police and military – between 1988 and 2011. Of these, 58 fatalities were women.

In Mexico, in 32 months, the criminal victims are 100,000.

4.- In the first 18 years of the new century – 2000 to 2018 – Spain was the European country with the highest incidence of deaths from terrorism, with 268 deaths, according to the Black and White Book on Terrorism in the European Union.

Mexico is, in the world, the country with the highest criminal violence: 100,000 human beings have been murdered in just 32 months.

5.- Spain is followed by France, with 260 deaths due to terrorism, in the same 18.

In Mexico, criminal terror killed 100,000 Mexicans in 32 months.

6.- In those same 18 years, and according to the same source, the European Union reported a total of 753 deaths due to terrorism.

In Mexico, in 32 months, 100,000 citizens were killed.

7.- Jihadist terrorism left 9,748 dead in 2020, in a total of 2,350 attacks, committed in 39 countries, according to the International Observatory for Studies on Terrorism OIET.

In Mexico, the “lopista” inefficiency counts 100,000 victims of violence and crime in just one thousand days.

8.- The Vietnam War killed just over 58,000 United States citizens.
The war of criminal gangs killed 100,000 Mexicans in the first 32 months of AMLO’s government.

9.- In the 10 years of the dictatorship of Francisco Franco in Spain -1936 to 1946-, 156 thousand victims were reported, between dead and missing, due to official repression.
In Mexico, those killed by the violence of criminal gangs took the lives of 100,000 Mexicans.

10.- Between 1976 and 1983, the dictatorship of Jorge Rafael Videla, in Argentina, killed and disappeared between 35,000 and 45,000 Argentines.

Criminal violence in Mexico killed 100,000 people in 32 months.

11.- The first nuclear bomb dropped on August 6, 1945 in Hiroshima – by the United States – instantly killed 75,000 Japanese.

It is clear that Mexican criminal violence is more lethal than atomic bombs, claiming 100,000 lives in just 32 months.

12.- The second atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, on August 9, 1945, instantly killed 80,000 Japanese.

Criminal cartels killed 100,000 Mexicans in 32 months.

Like that or more clear?
Yes, criminal violence in Mexico is more lethal than terrorism.

That is why the question compels.

Who, in Mexico and the world, will be able to put a stop to the terror that exists in the failed government of López Obrador?

At the time.

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