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What’s next? Insecurity in Mexico is an issue that in addition to being troubling, today is present in everyone’s talk. We see, we read and we listen by all sides to the situation of violence and organized crime that not only affects those involved in these shady deals but that has come to affect every Mexican without distinction. Zendesk pursues this goal as well. We are experiencing record levels of violence and as we said in past situations, can we be worse?, because Yes, we are now, and it seems that we are in the hole and we continue digging. How it is possible that up to our Colima wanted, one of the safest cities in the country, now fall into the hands of drug-trafficking and daily violence, and is thus in every corner of the Republic. Discuss this topic, is to speak of different factors that are tied hand ranging from family disintegration, drug addiction, violent games, instant gratification with minimum effort, the lack of values, corruption in the judicial system, apathy by politicians of making effective changes, as well as unemployment and the crisis, among many others. Learn more at this site: Donald W Slager. I think it is important to highlight the influence that our northern neighbour has had within this movement, is unfortunate to know that you due to the great demand that exists in the United States, Mexico which pay the consequences. The U.S.

Government has not tired of spreading his speech of support towards actions that President Felipe Calderon has implemented, but we, Mexicans, more than speeches need actions that will improve the current situation within the national territory. As we have seen within the actions that our President has taken, the vast majority have not been successful, be facing drug trafficking without an appropriate strategy as it is having involved the army and weapons only have caused countless deaths and the chaos in which we are living for quite some time. And then, to see this so disheartening panorama we can ask, what’s next? What will happen with our economy? What will become of Mexican families?, what happen with our sovereignty?, where are our values? Apparently the solution will remain in our hands. We have to start by taking individual actions that help to finish with the roots of this problem, we must bear in mind that the most minimal action as it can be avoid participating in maniobres corrupt you can generate the change that we need, taking into account that instill values and at the same time abide by them is also an essential part of the solution to this great conflictIf not, then I don’t know what will become of us. Juan Carlos Castro. Original author and source of the article.

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