Sunday, February 19, 2017

Trump's Wall Street:Israel,NY Times, behind privatization of Mexico's water

Trump Wall:Israel,NY Times, behind privatization of Mexico's water

Story image for mexico from Forward

Israel's investment in Mexico hits all-time high at over $2 billion

Jewish Telegraphic Agency-11 hours ago
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) — Israel invested over $ 2 billion in Mexico in 2016, representing the “greatest dynamism” among all other countries in ...

Grave crisis del agua de la Ciudad de México, según NYT

teleSUR TV-Feb 19, 2017
Con la escasez perpetua del agua, la Ciudad de México sigue perforando en busca de .... e Israel se encuentran “detrás de la privatización del agua en México ..

Mexico City, Parched and Sinking, Faces a Water Crisis

New York Times-Feb 17, 2017
Always short of waterMexico City keeps drilling deeper for more, weakening the ancient clay lake beds on which the Aztecs first built much of the city, causing it ...

Trump Wall:Israel, behind privatization of Mexico's water

 I had already warned last year that the World Bank, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Israel are "behind the privatization of water in Mexico (, in which NYT collaborates, at the time with its philanthropy , Knowing the economic ruin of the neoliberal itamita Mexico in the wicked Trump Era.Alfredo Jalife

Severe water crisis in Mexico City, according to NYT 
With many reservations, because of its subliminal privatization bias, I expose the dramatic report published at the outset: Mexico City, Drying and Sinking, Facing a Water Crisis, by Michael Kimmelman (MK), The New York Times (NYT), de A series of articles dealing with climate change and "change in cities (".

Severe water crisis in Mexico City, according to NYT
NYT is very close to the defeated Hillary Clinton, promoter of the privatization of Pemex (, and to which the controversial Trump strikes of spouting "fake news".

MK argues that climate change threatens to push an overcrowded capital to its breaking point.

His nodal thesis is that the city suffers thirst and "subsidence": movement of a land surface that sinks.

The Great Drain Channel, 47 kms long, is insufficient when the water extracted from the aquifers can now end beyond the limits of the city, in Ecatepec, in one of the largest pumping stations in its length; 117 years later "the sinking continues, faster and faster. (...) With the perpetual shortage of water, Mexico City continues to drill for more, which has weakened the ancient clay beds of the lakes. "

The Ecatepec -hydraulic pump, of course-completed in 2007, was built to move 40,000 liters per second, water that now needs to be raised from where the channel has sunk (almost two meters!) And works only 30 Per cent of its capacity due to "subsidence": the channel is a pestilent river of sewage that bellows methane and sulfuric acid........

MK reports a study predicting that 10 percent of Mexicans aged 15-65 could try to migrate north as a result of high temperatures, floods and droughts that would displace millions of people and further increase political tensions over migration . Will the Trump wall allow it?

According to the Pentagon, climate change is a multiplier of threats, and Columbia University found that in areas where rainfall decreases, the risk of minor conflicts escalating to large-scale wars doubles approximately the following year.

By 2050 there will be more people living in cities than ever before, and it is predicted that three-fourths of the world's population will be urban, with 700 million climate refugees (almost 10 percent of the world's population), which is endorsed by the Christian Parenti: Tropic of Chaos: Climate Change and the New Geography of Violence (

 I had already warned last year that the World Bank, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Israel are "behind the privatization of water in Mexico (, in which NYT collaborates, at the time with its philanthropy , Knowing the economic ruin of the neoliberal itamita Mexico in the wicked Trump Era.

Ya había advertido el año pasado que el BM, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup e Israel se encuentran “detrás de la privatización del agua en México (, en lo que colabora NYT, a destiempo con su filantropía, a sabiendas de la ruina económica del México neoliberal itamita en la aciaga Era Trump.:

World Bank, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Israel, behind privatization of Mexico's water 

In sync with the World Bank (WB), Citigroup / Banamex and Israel, the Morgan Stanley (MS) megabank is behind the disguised water privatization of the "neoliberal itamita Mexico".

MS, one of Wall Street's main financier speculators, was formed by Henri S. Morgan (grandson of JP Morgan) and Harold Stanley: former director of Shell Caribbean Petroleum Corporation and a member of the macabre secret society Bones and Skulls of The Yale University (, which shelters Ernesto Zedillo.

The cannibalistic elitist genealogy of MS has been described in the book Blue Blood and Mutiny (

Scorpiopartnership ( evaluates that MS holds 1.54 trillion dollars of assets under management: more than the GDP of the "neoliberal itamita Mexico"!

His mega-scandals for fraudulent manipulations overlapped by Israeli-Anglo-Saxon financierism - where Madoff lacks money - according to the ACFCS (, have earned him symbolic fines.

In its operating committee highlights Jim Rosenthal, also of Yale, who distills sulfur odor and merged Citigroup's broken unit Smith Barney with MS ( How they whiten!

MS has overlaps with BlackRock - the world's largest investment bank and largest beneficiary of Pemex's ( privatization, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Clintons, the Center for New American Security and , More than anything else, the Federal Reserve Board (

The 13 Mega-Bars of Wall Street constitute a major state within the junior state in the United States, with a global reach (, whose great play as a global power unfolds its geo-financial war against Russia, China and Emerging markets / detergents (including the unfounded "Mexico neoliberal itamita").

Wall Street on Parade demonstrates the omnipotence of MS with its speculative manipulation of hydrocarbons and control of water transport from lethal fracking (

Soon we will have to get accustomed to the future securitized water in the West.

The Federal Reserve rescued (or self-rescued) MS from bankruptcy in 2008 through $ 2 trillion loans: Much more than the GDP of the devalued "neoliberal itamita Mexico"!

Wall Street megabanks "leverage" their trade deals in the futures market by a factor of 95 to one. How many times will the water be leveraged?

The Consultative Council of Water in Mexico is presided by the itamita Jesus Reyes Heroles González Garza - of race similar to the devalued Videgaray -, where they appear several cartridges burned like Gabriel Quadri, surrenderer with environmental mask that favors the transnational predation, and Alberto Baillères, connotado Zoocida (, chaired by ITAM, in favor of the dismantling of Pemex and awarded the Belisario Domínguez medal (

Before it was privatized without awards and now in the "neoliberal itamita Mexico" is privatized with honorary medals.

The only knowledge of Reyes Heroles González Garza in local / global water issues is that he only drinks it, as long as it is potable, when he seeks only to privatize it with anti-human financial financiers - financial responsibility for water management - to benefit his partner Strategic MS (

The anti-Mexican biography of Reyes Heroles González Garza is disturbing: it began the delivery of Pemex since 2001 (, former ambassador of Mexico in the US - not to say ambassador of US interests in Mexico - The patron saint of the fraudulent pollster GEA and the late IFE (in the unfortunate stage of Carlos Ugalde: his employee in the embassy in Washington), and his toxic step in the Secretary of Energy and Pemex.

Reyes Heroles González Garza embodies the "fracking of North America (sic)": a hinge of Pemex's privatizations and water, via the foul Korenfeld law ( that benefits the State of Israel.

The exploitative nepotism of the Reyes Heroles clan passes through the Tuxpan group, to which Roberto Hernandez Ramírez belongs: former orange salesman and now a star stockholder of Citigroup / Banamex, who has been accused of everything but supplying the common good.

"Bank privatization in Mexico (", by Dr. Francisco Ibarra Palafox, exposes the eschatological dispossession of the national bank, where Baillères, Hernandez Ramírez and Cabal Peniche stand out.

It is not gratuitous that Federico (brother of Jesus Reyes Heroles González Garza) is now part of the dysfunctional National Hydrocarbons Commission designed to top Pemex to the Anglo-Saxon oil companies - controlled by BlackRock, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and MS, who are at the forefront Of global water depletion via its securitization (, which has been endorsed by Newsweek (

How much will an action of the human right (sic) of the water in Wall Street be worth?

Today the Wall Street wolves and their regional / local instruments disguise themselves as sheep, as is the case of Federico, brother of Jesus Reyes Heroles González Garza, who runs the Mexican branch of Transparency (sic) International against corruption (sic) and Which serves as a corso patent to the "Tuxpan group (".

The itamita Jesús Reyes Heroles González Garza endorses the "New General Water Law (", the surreptitious Korenfeld law of Israel (, which it intends to fulfill in The human right to water entails a "cost (".

How do they reconcile cost with human right?

What will be the financial cost for the belt of misery and its irregular settlements in Mexican Bolivia: Neza, Chimalhuacán, Chalco, Ixtapaluca and Texcoco, linked to the urban aquifer desert of Iztapalapa in Mexico City?

The average cost of the rise in global water privatization, sponsored by the World Bank, has soared 400 percent.

The sociopolitical cost of water is different from that of hydrocarbons, since it is not possible to live without the vital liquid when the itamite financierist arguments about the privatization of Pemex, now in frank agony (, are The same ones that now fly the same groups of interest in reference to the privatization of the water that places to Conagua - still remotely controlled by Korenfeld Federman, whose wife Sandra Kershenobich, charges $ 5 thousand a month of aviadora in the consulate general in San Diego (http: : // -, as dysfunctional monopoly.

Soon Newsweek will also announce the auction of the meager water of the "neoliberal itamita Mexico" to favor the megabancos of Wall Street.

Pd: tomorrow, February 18, I present my book Global Water Wars: privatization and fracking, at 7 pm, at the El Sótano Bookstore, av. Miguel Ángel de Quevedo 209. Col. Romero de Terreros (next to Oasis Coyoacán), Mexico City. Free entry.

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