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    Sept 12, 2019:
    • Gringa Mataperros accused of attacking again,
    • Kindergarten school supplies stolen,
    • National holidays celebrated in GTO,
    • AMLO's First Cry of Independence televised,
    • Celaya: Crime closes business,
    • Market of communal and ejido lands,
    • Deadly job: No rush to join new police force,
    • 2 Million US Weapons in 10 Years,
    • Mexico unexpected winner of the US-China trade war,
    • This Bill Gates-funded chemical cloud could help stop global warming.

    They accuse 'Gringa Mataperros' of attacking again; 4 other poisoned dogs die with nails in the belly
    A foreigner who lives in #SanMigueldeAllende is again accused of "slaughterhouses"; it would be the second time that they would prosecute her for the same crime before the @FGEGUANAJUATO. In 2017 they found her guilty and punished her with a "don't do it again".
    Through a complaint, a neighbor whom we will identify as Arturo, denounced that the foreigner who on social networks pointed out as the “Gringa Mataperros” apparently attacked again. Today Maya, Mayita, Estrellita and Blanquita, 4 dogs that lived near the foreign woman are in the world of dogs after ...
    They accuse 'Gringa Mataperros' of attacking again; 4 other poisoned dogs die with nails in the belly (sp).
    See also: Op-ed: Return of the Nightmare of the Dog Killer of San Miguel de Allende.

    Kindergarten children without classrooms were robbed of their crayons, furniture and drawing sheets
    The colored crayons, the sheets for drawings, the cushions where the little ones sit while they are at school, their abacuses, the stamps to rate their good behavior, the paint, staplers, the toilet paper, the horn that their parents had just bought for their festivities and ...
    Kindergarten children without classrooms were robbed of their crayons, furniture and drawing sheets (sp).

    The national holidays are celebrated in a big way in the state of Guanajuato
    In Dolores #Hidalgo , #Guanajuato capital and #SanMigueldeAllende await the arrival of 70 thousand 449 #visitantes during the National Holidays. Economic spill is expected to exceed 735 million pesos, showing an increase of 1% compared to 2018.
    In Dolores Hidalgo, Cradle of National Independence, the priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla began the movement for the Independence of Mexico. The dawn of September 16 is one of the most important dates for Mexicans and they commemorate it with the traditional Grito de Dolores. For this celebration ... (and over 23,000 visitors to SMA).
    The national holidays are celebrated in a big way in the state of Guanajuato (sp).

    AMLO's First Cry of Independence goes on a national chain for 45 minutes
    The Ministry of the Interior (Segob) asked television stations and broadcasters throughout the country to transmit the signal, in National Chain, of the first Cry of Independence of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. The Segob requested to transmit the Ceremony of the "209 Anniversary of the Beginning of Independence", which, he detailed, will take place on Sunday, September 15, 2019 from 10:50 pm (central time), with a duration of approximately 45 minutes.
    AMLO's First Cry of Independence goes on a national chain for 45 minutes (sp).

    Crime closes business and leaves unemployed in Celaya: CCE
    Celaya, Gto. Given the businesses that close their doors and leave people unemployed by crime as the only factor, Jesús Torres Ramos, president of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE), demanded greater effort from the State and the Municipality before the city loses its growth and development economic.
    Crime closes business and leaves unemployed in Celaya: CCE (sp).

    Market of communal and ejido lands: a history of resistance and injustice for real estate developments in the Sierra Potosina.
    With the permission of the Government, in #SLP the big real estate businessmen take advantage of the peasants; They buy their land at a very low price and then build luxury residential areas with which millionaires become.
    The city of San Juan de Guadalupe and its annexes Tierra Blanca and San Miguelito, in San Luis Potosí, have been eaten by the city, although they retain the precariousness of most of its unpaved streets.

    The community is part of the Sierra de San Miguelito, a mountainous complex in the southwestern portion of the state, and is a neighbor of one of the luxury residential areas that also connects with other areas of great real estate importance in the capital and, with The infrastructure works planned for the next few years will have strategic connectivity with the Industrial Zone. For these reasons, the company Espacios del Horizonte SA de CV intends to acquire two thousand 68 hectares of Cerro Del Cerril, the entire hill that is seen in the background when you enter the community.

    For this to be possible, first, it has to be parceled, that is, the community members need to acquire full ownership over their common land to sell individually. For Tomás Jasso, the inconvenience of fractioning will be the pressure they will put on them to sell. He knows that real estate developers will do everything possible to obtain the land and the promises, to respect the decision to sell each community, are false.
    Market of communal and ejido lands: a history of resistance and injustice for real estate developments in the Sierra Potosina.

    Deadly job: No rush to join Mexico's new police force
    "He was shot 11 times and died on the street," says Ismael Ramos of the day back in 2006 when Telésforo Ramírez was killed.

    The two men were police patrol partners in Mexico City and the image of his colleague bleeding to death on the tarmac haunts him to this day.

    No-one has been arrested for Officer Ramírez's murder, something which still shocks his former colleague. "Nobody did anything," Officer Ramos says, pointing out that the shooting is believed to have been carried out by members of a drugs gang.
    Deadly job: No rush to join Mexico's new police force.

    2 Million US Weapons have Crossed into Mexico in 10 Years
    According to figures from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) , two million weapons have crossed from the United States to Mexico in 10 years. Check out their reports Here: SRE

    To “freeze” the traffic of illegal weapons that arrive from the United States to Mexico, was the request of the Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard , in his visit to the White House on Tuesday to evaluate the progress in the control of the migratory flow and avoid tariffs.
    2 Million US Weapons have Crossed into Mexico in 10 Years.

    Mexico may be an unexpected winner of the US-China trade war
    China and the United States are disrupting trade in much of the world with their trade war — but Mexico may be a winner.

    Despite fresh hopes among investors for a peaceful conclusion, the trade conflict that began between the world’s two biggest economies more than a year ago shows no substantive signs of ending.

    But amid all the chaos, Mexico is coming out on top, said John Murphy, senior vice president for international policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Mexico, he said, has been able to build on its emergence as a manufacturing hub “with free-trade agreements that offer guaranteed access to more than 50 foreign countries.”
    Mexico may be an unexpected winner of the US-China trade war.

    This Bill Gates-funded chemical cloud could help stop global warming
    Fires burning across the Amazon rainforest have renewed the debate about solutions to climate change. Bill Gates is backing the first high-altitude experiment of one radical approach called solar geoengineering. It’s meant to mimic the effects of a giant volcanic eruption. Thousands of planes would fly at high altitudes, spraying millions of tons of particles around the planet to create a massive chemical cloud that would cool the surface.

    “Modeling studies have found that it could reduce the intensity of heat waves, for instance, apparently it could reduce the rate of sea level rise. It could reduce the intensity of tropical storms,” said Andy Parker, project director at the Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative.

    The technology is not far from being ready and it’s affordable, but it could cause massive changes in regional weather patterns and eradicate blue sky.
    This Bill Gates-funded chemical cloud could help stop global warming.
    See also: Bill Gates is funding solar geoengineering research. Is it a viable climate change solution?

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