“I was one of the people who thought that El Chapo would never be extradited,” says Seb, “because he has run one of the most powerful drug cartels in the world.”
“If El Chapo is extradited, he will be forced to spill the beans about who he paid off and what he gave them, which will cripple the Mexican government,” claims Seb.
The Mexican teachers have gone on strike against the education system and have demanded that the government reverse all the recent changes that have been made since the reform. The teachers will take to the streets and live like animals.
Many teachers do not speak correct Spanish, the very language that they are teaching to young kids. Seb continues to elaborate on this as he says, “the teachers are only worried about the privileges they had before the reform, and in no way shape or form are they worried about the children or their education.”
“The Mexican government cares only about protecting their own rights, which leads to a large amount of elementary kids that go without education and that will ultimately lead to those kids not being able to do anything with their lives. Their goal is to make these children believe their perverted ideas.”
“The educational board in Mexico is the worst scum in the world” and as we can see, Seb is a very opinionated man, but not in a bad way.
“Many police officers and law enforcement around the country have no formal education and many cannot read or write,” Seb explains. “The fact that law enforcement is undertrained, undersupplied, undereducated and underpaid, makes them an easy target for organized crime, which then leads to extreme corruption.”
“The minister of finance has proven to be nothing more than an idiot that will screw the country over in order to keep special interest groups happy,” Seb claims.
“Unless the minister of finance can pull off a miracle, he will go down in history for what he truly is. An incompetent idiot with no cojones.” Seb obviously dislikes this man.
In the sports world, the Mexican fútbol league is now onto their semifinals, with the four top ranked teams reaching this stage.