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 Regaining Peace and Stability in Mexico Act
appleby
Posted: Feb 17 2017, 02:32 PM


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Fellow Mexicans our world is falling all around us. What lies in front of us is death and destruction where many Mexicans will lose their lives if we don’t do something about it. This is why I want to propose a bold new idea. I propose democracy.

I propose the “Regaining Peace and Stability in Mexico Act.”

Recognising the unique internal struggle the nation of Mexico is facing. This act calls for:

- Elections to be scheduled post haste
- All Mexican factions will agree to a cease fire during these elections
- The Mexican army will uphold peace and order while these elections are being held
- Amnesty will be given where appropriate
- It has to be dully noted that no commander of an armed force can run in these elections, if they should so desire to be part of this democratic process then they have to surrender their command and disband their arm force or have their force join the Mexican military
- The military will serve at the pleasure of the newly elected government


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Videospirit
Posted: Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM


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Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.


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Red John the Taiwanese Man
Posted: Feb 17 2017, 03:39 PM


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QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM)
Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.

You don't see much, do you my friend? You certainly never saw the righteous evict you from your ivory tower until it was too late.


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Videospirit
Posted: Feb 17 2017, 03:42 PM


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QUOTE (Red John the Taiwanese Man @ Feb 17 2017, 03:39 PM)
QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM)
Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.

You don't see much, do you my friend? You certainly never saw the righteous evict you from your ivory tower until it was too late.

"Righteous" you lack both the will of the people and were criminals for your actions in chihuahua even before you turned in rebellion against me.


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Red John the Taiwanese Man
Posted: Feb 17 2017, 04:24 PM


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QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:42 PM)
QUOTE (Red John the Taiwanese Man @ Feb 17 2017, 03:39 PM)
QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM)
Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.

You don't see much, do you my friend? You certainly never saw the righteous evict you from your ivory tower until it was too late.

"Righteous" you lack both the will of the people and were criminals for your actions in chihuahua even before you turned in rebellion against me.

I have God guiding my thoughts and actions. What do you have, traidor?


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Andre Massena
Posted: Feb 17 2017, 05:27 PM


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QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM)
Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.

It was your idiocy that led to the American invasion


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Videospirit
Posted: Feb 17 2017, 07:36 PM


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QUOTE (Andre Massena @ Feb 17 2017, 05:27 PM)
QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM)
Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.

It was your idiocy that led to the American invasion

Yes, I stood up for Mexico's interests and american imperialists reacted predictably aggressively.

And it was your idiocy that led to its success.


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Red John the Taiwanese Man
Posted: Feb 17 2017, 07:57 PM


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QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 07:36 PM)
QUOTE (Andre Massena @ Feb 17 2017, 05:27 PM)
QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM)
Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.

It was your idiocy that led to the American invasion

Yes, I stood up for Mexico's interests and american imperialists reacted predictably aggressively.

And it was your idiocy that led to its success.

Veracruz lying in rubble and the destruction of relations with our giant northern neighbor counts as as success to you?


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Usama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden/
Leader of Al-Qaeda, War on Terror
Aureliano Blanquet
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appleby
Posted: Feb 17 2017, 10:08 PM


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QUOTE (Andre Massena @ Feb 17 2017, 05:27 PM)
QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM)
Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.

It was your idiocy that led to the American invasion

General Huerta would you and your faction agree to this Act?


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Mr. Belpit
Posted: Feb 18 2017, 12:44 AM


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I fully support this act; let the people of Mexico raise their voice for who they really think should be their leader!

This post has been edited by Mr. Belpit on Feb 18 2017, 12:44 AM


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Posted: Feb 18 2017, 07:21 PM


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QUOTE (appleby @ Feb 17 2017, 10:08 PM)
QUOTE (Andre Massena @ Feb 17 2017, 05:27 PM)
QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM)
Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.

It was your idiocy that led to the American invasion

General Huerta would you and your faction agree to this Act?

Since you have not chosen the path of peace and democracy. Once we have dealt with those dangerous elements in our country the official Mexican army would have to deal with you and your men.


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Andre Massena
Posted: Feb 19 2017, 03:22 AM


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QUOTE (appleby @ Feb 17 2017, 10:08 PM)
QUOTE (Andre Massena @ Feb 17 2017, 05:27 PM)
QUOTE (Videospirit @ Feb 17 2017, 03:23 PM)
Huerta has disgraced the Federal Army by turning them into undisciplined lawless bandits and given the Americans free reign to violate Mexico's sovereignty. I really want to see him punished for his crimes.

But what I want and what Mexico needs are not the same thing. And Mexico needs to stand united against its enemies. Forgiveness seems to be the norm at the moment, no matter how distasteful. So as I forgave Zapata I could forgive the identical Huerta if it meant a United Mexico.

But I'm not going to go out of my way to convince him. He and his subordinates have done far more harm to Mexico than Zapata ever did, and I don't see him winning this war.

It was your idiocy that led to the American invasion

General Huerta would you and your faction agree to this Act?

Rot in Hell


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QUOTE (Andre Massena @ Feb 19 2017, 03:22 AM)
Rot in Hell

Well no need for us to lose our civility as men of the uniform sir.


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QUOTE (appleby @ Feb 17 2017, 02:32 PM)
Fellow Mexicans our world is falling all around us. What lies in front of us is death and destruction where many Mexicans will lose their lives if we don’t do something about it. This is why I want to propose a bold new idea. I propose democracy.

I propose the “Regaining Peace and Stability in Mexico Act.”

Recognising the unique internal struggle the nation of Mexico is facing. This act calls for:

- Elections to be scheduled post haste
- All Mexican factions will agree to a cease fire during these elections
- The Mexican army will uphold peace and order while these elections are being held
- Amnesty will be given where appropriate
- It has to be dully noted that no commander of an armed force can run in these elections, if they should so desire to be part of this democratic process then they have to surrender their command and disband their arm force or have their force join the Mexican military
- The military will serve at the pleasure of the newly elected government

Can we please consider peace once more?


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Andre Massena
Posted: Mar 6 2017, 02:39 AM


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There must be constitutional checks against radical excesses


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