BORDER PULP NEWS: First the good news, but there isn’t any.


Screen Shot 2015-01-21 at 5.13.54 PMIt appears there’s plenty of unrest in Mexico’s most southern state of Guerrero. Forty-three students are still missing. At least that’s what the government says.

The Catholic Church says they’re dead. Based on the confession of one of the cartel members who told the Guerrero authorities what happened.

And the third Catholic priest had been found, murdered, supposedly by cartel hands, with no arrests.

People are fed up with President Nieto’s government. His multi-million dollar home, a gift from a corporation he’s been feeding work. He lives in a palatial mansion while the people of Guerrero live in one-room shacks.

Guerrero is drifting away from the Mexican Government. They have formed their own militia because the police work with the cartels. The citizens of Guerrero want to have their own government with people they can trust. Arms for their militia are being purchased from rebels in Guatemala.

The Mexican economy is not growing, people have no work and there is a breakdown of law and order. Nothing is being done to change anything.

Thousands gathered in Mexico City to demonstrate for the forty-three students, the murdered priests and the corruption, which created President’s Nieto’s mansion.

Nieto was voted in on economic reform. He just missed Human Rights.

My name’s Wally Runnels and I write Border Pulp.

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