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June 22, 2018


June 24, 25 only: Kill the Teachers, Mexico’s Bloody Repression of Human Rights. Eye witness accounts and on the spot interviews detail the mini-war triggered by an attack by hundreds of armed police on a teachers’ union sit-in. Arrests, imprisonments without trial and dozens of assassinations continue. “An explosive read!” one reviewer comments. See […]

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May 1, 2018


Kill the Teachers by Robert Joe Stout An attack by heavily armed Mexican federal police on unarmed civilians culminated nearly eighty years of repressive political rule that impoverished the state of Oaxaca and made virtual kings of its governors. Kill the Teachers takes readers inside this conflict with eye witness accounts and on the spot […]

Mexican Justice?

February 12, 2018


Mexico’s repression of public protest has deepened with the passage of new laws granting the armed forces unlimited powers to reprimand, curtail and incriminate whoever they please. Military personnel have been involved in nearly a dozen massacres and mass arrests during the past ten years, one of which I wrote about in Where Gringos Don’t […]

El Gobierno Es Bullshit!

December 29, 2017


“El gobierno es pura bullshit!” Using one of the few words in English that he’d learned as a migrant worker in northern California, the squat, muscular grandfather, resident of Unión Hidalgo, Oaxaca, gestured towards the rubble that had been the concrete block house he’d built. Like tens of thousands of others in southern part of […]