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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 11:42 pm    Post subject: Mexico subverted by Israeli Mafia for Bankster/Corporations Reply with quote

'Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto Signs Landmark Energy Reform Into Law': http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/12/mexico-energy-reform_n_567205 5.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

'MEXICO CITY (AP) Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto signed into law on Monday new rules governing a historic opening of the state-run oil, gas and electricity industries to foreign and private companies.

Pena Nieto said that the government will let potential investors know by Wednesday which blocks of gas and oil fields will be open for them. The state-owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, has the right under the new rules to take first dibs and set aside some fields for itself; Pena Nieto said those set-asides will also be made public Wednesday. The president also promised to start putting in place regulatory and oversight agencies to implement the new rules by the end of August.

Government control of the oil industry began with the 1938 nationalization of foreign oil companies, and has long been a touchstone of Mexican nationalism. Energy Secretary Pedro Joaquin Coldwell acknowledged the new reforms have changed that.

"Today marks a watershed ... a change in the energy paradigm," Coldwell said at the signing ceremony at Mexico's National Palace, where beloved late president Lazaro Cardenas announced the expropriation 76 years ago. "It is a change in the way we relate our national identity to energy, to bring it up to date with realities of the 21st century."

Those realities include a constant decline in oil and gas production in recent years, as Pemex proved unable to open up significant deep-water or shale-gas production, both areas where the government hopes private firms will bring in expertise and tens of billions in investment.

The reforms open up production- and profit-sharing contracts for private companies that had been restricted to operating just as subcontractors for Pemex, without the ability to book reserves or gain a significant share in profits.

With drilling companies busy around the world, the first partial openings in the late 2000s proved unattractive. It's unclear how much interest there will be in the new round of bidding, which is expected to open in early 2015.

While the reforms passed by ample margins in Congress, due to support from Pena Nieto's Institutional revolutionary Party, the PRI, and the conservative National Action Party, many Mexicans still seem wary of the changes.

Seeking to reach average Mexicans, Pena Nieto promised they would feel the effects of the reforms in their pocketbooks, through lower power prices and more jobs.

Pena Nieto said that by passing he reforms "we have overcome decades of immobility, and overturned barriers that prevented Mexico from growing." One of those barriers has been the high price of gas much of it imported and electricity rates that are higher than in many parts of the United States.

"With this reform we can extract oil from deep waters and take better advantage of our vast deposits of shale gas, to generate electricity at lower prices," Pena Nieto said.

It remains to be seen whether Mexico can assign complex contracts to private companies without the kind of kickbacks, favoritism and insider deals seen in the past. The law creates a national oil commission to take such decisions out of the hands of Pemex.

Mexico's oil and gas production peaked in 2004 at 3.4 million barrels a day. It has fallen steadily since to the current 2.5 million barrels. With the reform, the government hopes to increase that to 3 million barrels by 2018 and 3.5 million by 2025, by attracting private companies with the expertise and technology to exploit the country's vast shale and deep-water reserves.'

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 27, 2019 3:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Israeli Mafia killings and feuds play out on streets of Mexico
Mexico City murders: Woman in wig arrested after Israeli 'underworld' figures shot
The suspect throws off her disguise as she tries to flee, but is quickly caught by police, who say "criminal groups" are involved.
https://news.sky.com/story/amp/mexico-city-murders-woman-in-wig-arrest ed-after-israeli-underworld-figures-shot-11770897
Friday 26 July 2019 23:09, UK

CCTV captures moment of suspect's arrest
A woman who used a blonde wig as a disguise has been arrested over the murder of two alleged Israeli underworld figures in Mexico City.

The suspect claimed it had been a crime of passion - but this was dismissed by prosecutors, who said international "criminal groups" were involved.

She and another man had sat down at a table near the male victims at a restaurant in the Plaza Artz shopping centre, before she got up and shot the two Israelis at close range, authorities said.

The suspect threw away the wig and other parts of her disguise outside the complex as she tried to escape, but was quickly detained by police.

Soldiers and police officers near a forensic vehicle after the shooting
Soldiers and police officers at the scene of the killings at the Plaza Artz shopping centre in Mexico City
At least two accomplices shot a police officer outside the shopping centre before fleeing in a car, officials added.


Ulises Lara, spokesman for the city prosecutor's office, said a total of four suspects were involved in either Wednesday's killing, its planning or the getaway.

The victims were identified by the Israeli embassy as Alon Azulay, 41, and Benjamin Yeshurun Sutchi, 44. Both men had criminal records in Mexico and Israel, it said.

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Customers at the shopping centre fled, got down on the floor or took cover behind shop fronts as gunfire was heard.

Videos and photos posted on social media showed people hiding under tables in a restaurant.

Mexico City police chief Jesus Orta said the suspect told police "she had a sentimental relationship with one of the victims, who she met on social media, and that the attack was due to infidelity".

But on Thursday, Mr Lara said "the supposed motive this person talked about initially doesn't exist."

The attack, he said, involved "serious coordination, of acts by criminal groups, and in the case we are talking about here, there are at least links to international criminals".

He added: "We have to confirm everything, show you everything, and find out what those links are."

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