Said In Spanish Series

The latest Said in Spanish discusses several topics: 1. Criticism of the U.S.-Mexico Deal of June 7th in Mexico. 2. AMLO’s Comments in Tijuana.3. A Couple of Actions Taken While Under Tariff Threat4. Arson as Protest5. A MORENA Mayor Busted6. A Video From California To read the entire article, click here . Article by Allan […]

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President Trump has threatened a 5% tariff on all Mexican goods beginning on June 10th “until such time as illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our Country, STOP. “ Is the Tweeter-in-Chief really going to do it this time, or back down? I don’t know, but the Mexican government takes this very seriously and […]

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Guatemala is having a presidential election, and there are many candidates. A presidential debate was recently held in Los Angeles, California, on U.S. soil. Why not? The U.S. is becoming a colony of Latin America. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published May 27, 2019, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on May 19th, 2019

On April 28th, 2019, Spain held an election. No party won a majority, but the incumbent PSOE (Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party) won a plurality. In fifth place was the right-wing traditionalist nationalist party Vox, which got 10.3 percent of the vote and broke into Spain’s lower house of parliament, seating 24 representatives. Vox is an […]

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This Said in Spanish report contains seven items from Mexico, most of them about the “caravans”. The seven items: I. President AMLO says the Central American migrants must be registered in Mexico. II. AMLO still refuses to criticize Trump. III.Pope giving Mexican Catholic Church Half a Million Dollars to Help Migrants. IV. Mexican Interior Minister […]

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It’s now been 500 years since Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes arrived to Veracruz, Mexico.  On April 21st, 2019, Cortes and his ships arrived to the island of San Juan de Ulua, right off Veracruz.  The next day, April 22nd, 2019, the Spaniards went ashore.  Thus began their conquest of the Aztec Empire, which fell on […]

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Allan on April 10th, 2019

The Puerto Rican question arises again. In Congress, a proposal for rapid Puerto Rican statehood has been introduced. A recent National Review piece called for Puerto Rican statehood, with a bizarre justification for it.  In all fairness to National Review, they did allow a rebuttal to be published a few days later. As for myself, […]

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Allan on April 2nd, 2019

Each year a Mexican NGO comes out with a list of the world’s most murderous cities in the previous year. Click here for my report on the 2017 list. This year, Mexico had 15 cities on the list.   The United States had 4 cities on the list, plus one in Puerto Rico (a U.S. territory). […]

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My latest Said in Spanish installment has four topics: 1. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti visits Mexico and hobnobs with Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard. 2 A Truck Tragedy in Mexico and Central American Illegal Alien Routes 3. In Mexico’s Veracruz state, a Mexican Education Official Dismissed, and Why 4.  La Opinion and Univision Report Chinese […]

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Mexico’s new President, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, known by initials AMLO, has been in office since December 1st.   AMLO has a good relationship with Trump and refuses to criticize the American president. Nevertheless, we can probably expect future meddling in the U.S. by the AMLO administration.   It’s hard for a Mexican administration to avoid it. […]

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