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vave724 by @theglobalmovement ""Enrique Peña Nieto seeks an end to community media in Mexico along with the indigenous radio stations and also wants to create “quiet zones” which would force telecoms to cut any signal; telephone, internet and radio during demonstrations, rallies and during situations considered threatening to national security. This new law threatening net neutrality, the ability to have a universal and diverse network, since the proposal aims to give telecommunications service providers the ability to discriminate content and protocols in telecommunication networks. Can you imagine internet like pay per view? This is an attack on free speech. This law seems to be directed to what has been the main headache of President Peña Nieto since he began his regime. We launched this global call to help us spread around the world what is happening in Mexico. It’s not just about internet censorship. It’s not just about the growing power of prevailing abusive and companies in Mexico that are supporting Peña's grandson. The problem is those who have tried to hide the truth of what is happening in Mexico. We want to be free. We like the freedom we have imagined such a different Mexico without poverty, slavery, no disappearances, without corruption. Uncensored." #ContraElSilencioMX #mexico #pena #occupymexico #occupy #occupy99 #truth #blackout #internet #internetwars #freedom" 5h

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theglobalmovement "Enrique Peña Nieto seeks an end to community media in Mexico along with the indigenous radio stations and also wants to create “quiet zones” which would force telecoms to cut any signal; telephone, internet and radio during demonstrations, rallies and during situations considered threatening to national security. This new law threatening net neutrality, the ability to have a universal and diverse network, since the proposal aims to give telecommunications service providers the ability to discriminate content and protocols in telecommunication networks. Can you imagine internet like pay per view? This is an attack on free speech. This law seems to be directed to what has been the main headache of President Peña Nieto since he began his regime. We launched this global call to help us spread around the world what is happening in Mexico. It’s not just about internet censorship. It’s not just about the growing power of prevailing abusive and companies in Mexico that are supporting Peña's grandson. The problem is those who have tried to hide the truth of what is happening in Mexico. We want to be free. We like the freedom we have imagined such a different Mexico without poverty, slavery, no disappearances, without corruption. Uncensored." #ContraElSilencioMX #mexico #pena #occupymexico #occupy #occupy99 #truth #blackout #internet #internetwars #freedom 8h

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jenjen217 For those of you who may or may not know my sister, this is her @melissgarcia. There are truly and honestly no words to say how proud I am to have her as my older sister. To be the person who has helped me through out so much, but most of all has been one of the biggest cheerleaders in life in everything I set my mind to do. But tomorrow she is leaving to the great country of Mexico. For an entire yr. Too say that I will miss her is an complete understatement. But at the same time I could not be more proud of her for stepping and doing something that she has always wanted to do! So here's to you @melissgarcia you did it beautiful. You achieved that dream you've always wanted. So no matter how hard this yr will be without you, know that I am so proud of you and that I will for sure come and visit you. Te quiero y te voy a extrañare más de lo que te imaginas.#occupyallstreets #occupyMexico #youdidit #proudofyou #dontforgetaboutme 1mon
  •   marioypeaches Beautifully said Jen, we will as miss her. :-( ♡ marcy 1mon
  •   marioypeaches all** 1mon
  •   melissgarcia @jenjen217 you are making me cry at the airport!! I love you Jenni and I could not have imagined going through this process without you beinga part of it. I am so happy for you too and all the stuff God has brought into your life. I will miss you sooo much, but either Monterrey and I will be waiting for you visit. That or I will see you here in June. Love you babe!! Muuaahh besos #thinklikeaBass #ActlikeaWaldrof 1mon

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sr_ivang Time for a New chapter, New book, New subject, New & different world order; No Order. #resist #wakeup #antigovernment #protest #Molotov #Kyiv, #Ukraine. .. Funny how the whites still control the black guy. #Master #puppet #whitesupremacy & #reptilians 3mon

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3mon mtlns
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  •   kylemann556 Top left photo, policia? 3mon
  •   mtlns @kylemann556 no, they're civilians sick of drug cartels abuse over the years. Not taking any more shit from them or the useless government we've got. 3mon

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Brannan Saulo Ortiz
saulo_ortiz Remember remember the 5th of November ... #MillionMaskMarch #OccupyMexico 5mon

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pablocastillogu thanks for the CD at: HONEYMOON couple @carllentz #occupyMexico #hillsongconferenceLA 6mon

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theglobalmovement 10/2/13 Clashes between people and police erupted in Mexico City during the 45th anniversary march of the Tlatelolco massacre, when government troops shot and killed student protesters on October 2, 1968. Soldiers blasted the main door of the National Preparatory School in San Ildefonso with a bazooka, killing some of the students in the building 43 years ago. Troops opened fire after taking over the university & kidnapping the movement's leaders. Eyewitnesses recount seeing dozens of bodies and prisoners being trucked away to military bases. But despite efforts by both the student leaders and the special prosecutor to compile the names of the dead, only about 40 have been documented.
#mexico #tlatelolco #Independence #occupy #zocalo #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #protest #blackout #occupymexico
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theglobalmovement October 02, 2013, while the student demonstration commemorating the 45th anniversary of the Tlatelolco massacre (where the Mexican government opened fire on students in the first GLOBAL AWAKENING in 1968, killing children) progressed to different points of the city of Mexico - the Zócalo, the monument to the revolution and the Angel of independence were mentioned as possible destinations-a group of hooded youths, identified those as belonging to the black bloc anarchists. Revolution is happening right now globally due to illegal hijacking banking fraud and their globalization of everything agenda. While many sit in cubicles, or with a job at all, people are suffering because you choose to do nothing & say nothing. Please take a moment to care. 7mon

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jommyteotico by @theglobalmovement "MEXICO - Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets again to protest against the 'neoliberal' reforms of President Neto in the energy and education sectors. Privatization & Globalization's effects are being seen in our Global Awakening to new ways of life.. #mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #education #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #privatization #teachers #truth #idlenomore" via @InstaReposts 7mon

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theglobalmovement MEXICO - Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets again to protest against the 'neoliberal' reforms of President Neto in the energy and education sectors. Privatization & Globalization's effects are being seen in our Global Awakening to new ways of life.. #mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #education #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #privatization #teachers #truth #idlenomore 7mon

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theglobalmovement MEXICO REVOLUTION 2013 :::
Mexico: Colleges and schools of UNAM, UAM started UACM and work stoppage in solidarity with the teachers #CNTE. Students of public universities and institutions of higher education joined the national strike called by the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) against the federal government's educational reform. Students from five schools of the Faculty of Higher Studies (FES) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) joined the national strike this morning.This is the only way to be a democracy when the thieves of power do not listen.
#mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #education #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #privatization #teachers #truth #idlenomore
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  •   ddmendezt ok i am a fellow anon in mexico currently and i think you are not very well informed on the issue man the teachers protest beacause the goverment wants them evaluated so they become BETTER what type of teacher is that a teacher is a person in my veiw a person that passes knowlage at any cost to anybody willing to learn those 7mon
  •   ddmendezt 'people arent teachers their just gold diggers 7mon
  •   theglobalmovement @ddmendezt this is one issue of hundreds my friend. 7mon
  •   mariananbk I'm also from México and they do not protest because of the evaulation! They're not against it!! What they say is that it's really unfair to make a global evaulation when they do not have the same resources through the whole country. There are schools with no floor, not a Safe infrastructure, where kids have to walk 2 hrs to go to school and they're not Able to teach them the same things. You cannot evaluate the same way a teacher from México City and a teacher from Oaxaca until they all have the same working conditions. Again! They're not against!! Besides this new law is basically privatizing education! Now it's going to be really expensive to educate your kids!! The whole their against being evaluated thing it's only what the government and the media, owned by the government and the private companies who Want a slice of the education cake, Want people to think!! First of all verify all the ramnifications on this. It's not only they're being evaluated it's about screwing us all and mostly the kids from low income homes @ddmendezt @theglobalmovement 7mon
  •   g_mcfly R.I.P 7mon
  •   theglobalmovement @mariananbk exactly.. 7mon

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theglobalmovement Mexico's 203rd anniversary today on 9/16 is bursting with protests over education, energy and fiscal reforms. The Mexican teachers CNTE union camp in Mexico City's main square has been brutally evicted by the police on 9/13/13 causing nationwide solidarity riots. These massive protests are some of the largest ever seen in the world. Sadly mainstream media refuses to even mention it. God forbid people wake up to the fact that the entire globe is being hijacked by ruthless corrupt leaders who are impoverishing millions. From Bulgaria, to Turkey, to Brazil, to Egypt & Syria, and now in Mexico- the Global Revolution continues. Mexico's revolution has been growing for a few years now. People have invaded highways in human walls, stopped airports and even kicked congress out. Police used water cannons and tear gas to clear hundreds of thousands of masked protesters in recent clashes. More than twenty thousand teachers had been occupying Zócalo square for the past month to protest an overhaul of nation’s education policies.In 2012 the 'Yo Soy 132 Movement' dubbed the "Mexican spring" saw over 100,000 take to the streets forcing presidential candidates to go live on the internet for Mexico’s first-ever presidential debate organized by anyone other than the government’s federal elections commission. Protests are expected to grow in the coming weeks as Congress debates fiscal and energy reform, arguably the most ambitious and controversial item on Peña Nieto’s agenda. The bill calls for Mexico’s long held closed energy sector to open up to private foreign investors, which will continue globalizations destructive path. “I’d rather be teaching than protesting,” a teacher said. “But unless we protest, no one takes us into account, as if we don’t even exist. I wish there was another way to do things, but this is Mexico.” #mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #nwo #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #wow #teachers #truth #idlenomore 7mon

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theglobalmovement Mexico's 203rd anniversary today on 9/16 is bursting with protests over education, energy and fiscal reforms. The Mexican teachers CNTE union camp in Mexico City's main square has been brutally evicted by the police on 9/13/13 causing nationwide solidarity riots. These massive protests are some of the largest ever seen in the world. Sadly mainstream media refuses to even mention it. God forbid people wake up to the fact that the entire globe is being hijacked by ruthless corrupt leaders who are impoverishing millions. From Bulgaria, to Turkey, to Brazil, to Egypt & Syria, and now in Mexico- the Global Revolution continues. Mexico's revolution has been growing for a few years now. People have invaded highways in human walls, stopped airports and even kicked congress out. Police used water cannons and tear gas to clear hundreds of thousands of masked protesters in recent clashes. More than twenty thousand teachers had been occupying Zócalo square for the past month to protest an overhaul of nation’s education policies.In 2012 the 'Yo Soy 132 Movement' dubbed the "Mexican spring" saw over 100,000 take to the streets forcing presidential candidates to go live on the internet for Mexico’s first-ever presidential debate organized by anyone other than the government’s federal elections commission. Protests are expected to grow in the coming weeks as Congress debates fiscal and energy reform, arguably the most ambitious and controversial item on Peña Nieto’s agenda. The bill calls for Mexico’s long held closed energy sector to open up to private foreign investors, which will continue globalizations destructive path. “I’d rather be teaching than protesting,” a teacher said. “But unless we protest, no one takes us into account, as if we don’t even exist. I wish there was another way to do things, but this is Mexico.” #mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #nwo #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #wow #teachers #truth #idlenomore 7mon

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theglobalmovement Mexico's 203rd anniversary today on 9/16 is bursting with protests over education, energy and fiscal reforms. The Mexican teachers CNTE union camp in Mexico City's main square has been brutally evicted by the police on 9/13/13 causing nationwide solidarity riots. These massive protests are some of the largest ever seen in the world. Sadly mainstream media refuses to even mention it. God forbid people wake up to the fact that the entire globe is being hijacked by ruthless corrupt leaders who are impoverishing millions. From Bulgaria, to Turkey, to Brazil, to Egypt & Syria, and now in Mexico- the Global Revolution continues. Mexico's revolution has been growing for a few years now. People have invaded highways in human walls, stopped airports and even kicked congress out. Police used water cannons and tear gas to clear hundreds of thousands of masked protesters in recent clashes. More than twenty thousand teachers had been occupying Zócalo square for the past month to protest an overhaul of nation’s education policies.In 2012 the 'Yo Soy 132 Movement' dubbed the "Mexican spring" saw over 100,000 take to the streets forcing presidential candidates to go live on the internet for Mexico’s first-ever presidential debate organized by anyone other than the government’s federal elections commission. Protests are expected to grow in the coming weeks as Congress debates fiscal and energy reform, arguably the most ambitious and controversial item on Peña Nieto’s agenda. The bill calls for Mexico’s long held closed energy sector to open up to private foreign investors, which will continue globalizations destructive path. “I’d rather be teaching than protesting,” a teacher said. “But unless we protest, no one takes us into account, as if we don’t even exist. I wish there was another way to do things, but this is Mexico.” #mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #nwo #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #wow #teachers #truth #idlenomore 7mon

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theglobalmovement Mexico's 203rd anniversary today on 9/16 is bursting with protests over education, energy and fiscal reforms. The Mexican teachers CNTE union camp in Mexico City's main square has been brutally evicted by the police on 9/13/13 causing nationwide solidarity riots. These massive protests are some of the largest ever seen in the world. Sadly mainstream media refuses to even mention it. God forbid people wake up to the fact that the entire globe is being hijacked by ruthless corrupt leaders who are impoverishing millions. From Bulgaria, to Turkey, to Brazil, to Egypt & Syria, and now in Mexico- the Global Revolution continues. Mexico's revolution has been growing for a few years now. People have invaded highways in human walls, stopped airports and even kicked congress out. Police used water cannons and tear gas to clear hundreds of thousands of masked protesters in recent clashes. More than twenty thousand teachers had been occupying Zócalo square for the past month to protest an overhaul of nation’s education policies.In 2012 the 'Yo Soy 132 Movement' dubbed the "Mexican spring" saw over 100,000 take to the streets forcing presidential candidates to go live on the internet for Mexico’s first-ever presidential debate organized by anyone other than the government’s federal elections commission. Protests are expected to grow in the coming weeks as Congress debates fiscal and energy reform, arguably the most ambitious and controversial item on Peña Nieto’s agenda. The bill calls for Mexico’s long held closed energy sector to open up to private foreign investors, which will continue globalizations destructive path. “I’d rather be teaching than protesting,” a teacher said. “But unless we protest, no one takes us into account, as if we don’t even exist. I wish there was another way to do things, but this is Mexico.” #mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #nwo #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #wow #teachers #truth #idlenomore 7mon

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theglobalmovement Mexico's 203rd anniversary today on 9/16 is bursting with protests over education, energy and fiscal reforms. The Mexican teachers CNTE union camp in Mexico City's main square has been brutally evicted by the police on 9/13/13 causing nationwide solidarity riots. These massive protests are some of the largest ever seen in the world. Sadly mainstream media refuses to even mention it. God forbid people wake up to the fact that the entire globe is being hijacked by ruthless corrupt leaders who are impoverishing millions. From Bulgaria, to Turkey, to Brazil, to Egypt & Syria, and now in Mexico- the Global Revolution continues. Mexico's revolution has been growing for a few years now. People have invaded highways in human walls, stopped airports and even kicked congress out. Police used water cannons and tear gas to clear hundreds of thousands of masked protesters in recent clashes. More than twenty thousand teachers had been occupying Zócalo square for the past month to protest an overhaul of nation’s education policies.In 2012 the 'Yo Soy 132 Movement' dubbed the "Mexican spring" saw over 100,000 take to the streets forcing presidential candidates to go live on the internet for Mexico’s first-ever presidential debate organized by anyone other than the government’s federal elections commission. Protests are expected to grow in the coming weeks as Congress debates fiscal and energy reform, arguably the most ambitious and controversial item on Peña Nieto’s agenda. The bill calls for Mexico’s long held closed energy sector to open up to private foreign investors, which will continue globalizations destructive path. “I’d rather be teaching than protesting,” a teacher said. “But unless we protest, no one takes us into account, as if we don’t even exist. I wish there was another way to do things, but this is Mexico.” #mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #nwo #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #wow #teachers #truth #idlenomore 7mon

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theglobalmovement Mexico's 203rd anniversary today on 9/16 is bursting with protests over education, energy and fiscal reforms. The Mexican teachers CNTE union camp in Mexico City's main square has been brutally evicted by the police on 9/13/13 causing nationwide solidarity riots. These massive protests are some of the largest ever seen in the world. Sadly mainstream media refuses to even mention it. God forbid people wake up to the fact that the entire globe is being hijacked by ruthless corrupt leaders who are impoverishing millions. From Bulgaria, to Turkey, to Brazil, to Egypt & Syria, and now in Mexico- the Global Revolution continues. Mexico's revolution has been growing for a few years now. People have invaded highways in human walls, stopped airports and even kicked congress out. Police used water cannons and tear gas to clear hundreds of thousands of masked protesters in recent clashes. More than twenty thousand teachers had been occupying Zócalo square for the past month to protest an overhaul of nation’s education policies.In 2012 the 'Yo Soy 132 Movement' dubbed the "Mexican spring" saw over 100,000 take to the streets forcing presidential candidates to go live on the internet for Mexico’s first-ever presidential debate organized by anyone other than the government’s federal elections commission. Protests are expected to grow in the coming weeks as Congress debates fiscal and energy reform, arguably the most ambitious and controversial item on Peña Nieto’s agenda. The bill calls for Mexico’s long held closed energy sector to open up to private foreign investors, which will continue globalizations destructive path. “I’d rather be teaching than protesting,” a teacher said. “But unless we protest, no one takes us into account, as if we don’t even exist. I wish there was another way to do things, but this is Mexico.” #mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #nwo #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #wow #teachers #truth #idlenomore 7mon
  •   elijah_ws187 @miss_Ethiopiawit sorry for the language im just upset 7mon
  •   provocative_ahk They too busy Turning the f*#k Up, and don't know sh!t about NOTHING MEANINGFUL! #DamnShame #Smdh @elijah_ws187 7mon
  •   miss_ethiopiawit @elijah_ws187 I understand the frustrations!! We gotta wake up first, too occupied with meaningless shit! Smfh 7mon
  •   elijah_ws187 @provocative_ahk shit pisses me off bro, fuck party party party, they have us so brainwashed, it doesnt matter if your 15, 16, 25, 35, 40, thats all we do is party wtf 7mon
  •   provocative_ahk I totally agree bro! It really makes my brain hurt how ignorant our people are comfortable with! @elijah_ws187 7mon
  •   elijah_ws187 @provocative_ahk I blame the colonizers 7mon
  •   elijah_ws187 @provocative_ahk whats that saying "forgive them lord for they know not what they do" 7mon
  •   provocative_ahk When I study and listen to the elders and young scholars, I find myself learning new stuff ALL THE TIME! It's like I heard someone say, "If a European doesn't say it's so, then it ain't So"! Our people have the knowledge and the skills to turn this thing around and we just can't get together long enough to make it So! They make it Very hard for the Afrikan Americans here in the States! The Moor we try to wake up, THE HARD THEY KNOCK US BACK DOWN AND DISCREDIT US! @elijah_ws187 7mon

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theglobalmovement As Mexico prepares to celebrate its 203rd anniversary 9/16, the country is bursting with protests over education, energy and fiscal reforms. The Mexican teachers CNTE union camp in Mexico City's main square has been brutally evicted by the police on 9/13/13 causing nationwide solidarity riots. These massive protests are some of the largest ever seen in the world. Sadly mainstream media refuses to even mention it. God forbid people wake up to the fact that the entire globe is being hijacked by ruthless corrupt leaders who are impoverishing millions. From Bulgaria, to Turkey, to Brazil, to Egypt & Syria, and now in Mexico- the Global Revolution continues. Mexico's revolution has been growing for a few years now. People have invaded highways in human walls, stopped airports and even kicked congress out. Police used water cannons and tear gas to clear hundreds of thousands of masked protesters in recent clashes. More than twenty thousand teachers had been occupying Zócalo square for the past month to protest an overhaul of nation’s education policies.In 2012 the 'Yo Soy 132 Movement' dubbed the "Mexican spring" saw over 100,000 take to the streets forcing presidential candidates to go live on the internet for Mexico’s first-ever presidential debate organized by anyone other than the government’s federal elections commission. Protests are expected to grow in the coming weeks as Congress debates fiscal and energy reform, arguably the most ambitious and controversial item on Peña Nieto’s agenda. The bill calls for Mexico’s long held closed energy sector to open up to private foreign investors, which will continue globalizations destructive path. “I’d rather be teaching than protesting,” a teacher said. “But unless we protest, no one takes us into account, as if we don’t even exist. I wish there was another way to do things, but this is Mexico.” #mexico #yosoy132 #Independence #occupy #ows #occupy99 #occupywallst #anonymous #commonpeoplearmy #instagood #freedom #nwo #protest #blackout #occupymexico #igers #wow #teachers #truth #idlenomore 7mon

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