Unimaginable that the government manages to fool the Jesuits with their two assassinations.
That of the LeBarons, emblematic of the thousands of families that have suffered from the failed security “strategy” based on the sophistry “hugs, not bullets” (argument that is crowed as true), hits the nail on the head when pointing out: “The fires crusaders are not a coincidence, they are the result of a neglectful government”. In addition to the statistics that in three and a half years there have been more murders than in the entire six-year term of Felipe Calderón, the murder of the Jesuit priests in Chihuahua catapults the weariness and indignation along with the demand and clamor for a radical change in the permissive policy of illusory “security” of President López Obrador.
The message of the provincial of the Society of Jesus in Mexico, Luis Gerardo Moro, points in the same direction as the LeBarón:
“It is with profound pain and indignation that I inform you that today, June 20, in the afternoon, in Cerocahui, Tarahumara, Fathers Javier Campos SJ and Joaquín Mora SJ were murdered in the context of the violence that this country is experiencing, after trying to defend a man who was seeking refuge in the temple and who was being chased by an armed person.”
Such a context is the kingdom of organized crime in large regions of the country and that, as General Glen VanHerk, head of the United States Northern Command, said a little over a year ago, between 30 and 35 percent of Mexican territory is controlled. by criminal groups.
In that area of Chihuahua, López Obrador said, the municipalities suffer from “a significant presence of organized crime,” which is inversely proportional, it should be added, to the insufficient presence of his government and that of Chihuahua.
“With the Church we have given, Sancho”, lamented El Quixote (nothing about “stuck”), referring to the temple, the building, not the institution, of San Antonio Abad de El Toboso (a Spanish municipality in the province of Toledo, community of Castilla-La Mancha), but in the case of the victimized Jesuits, the Mexican government has come up against the Holy Mother commanded by a Jesuit and, from what can be seen, it is not going to end it in the face of the energetic demand of Justice.
What the LeBarons reject will not fit here: the arrest of alleged criminals who end up accused of anything less than homicide, nor will it satisfy the reiteration that the corpses “are being searched” with which those who search for the more than 100,000 disappeared that accumulates in Mexico, a third of whom have not been seen by their families again so far in fourteenths.
The Society of Jesus, the rector of the Ibero-American University, Luis Arriaga Valenzuela, warned with López-Dóriga, will take part in the investigations and will not accept that the case remains, like almost everything else, in impunity.
The bell for the cat – when the corcholatas sing their unconditional support to the boss of bosses – was put by the uncomfortable senator Ricardo Monreal: “It is time to reflect in Congress and seriously review the security plan without taboos, without ideologies, without interests partisan and without selfish attitudes…”.