Saturday, December 24, 2016

Padre Ayotzinapa: "PARA MÉXICO NO HAY NAVIDAD"



"PARA MÉXICO NO HAY NAVIDAD"

PARA SU INMEDIATA PUBLICACIÓN
Contacto: Antonio Tizapa

tizapa79@gmail.com

Tel. 347-451-7542



"PARA MÉXICO NO HAY NAVIDAD"
HUELGA DE HAMBRE FRENTE AL CONSULADO DE MÉXICO EN NUEVA YORK DURANTE LA NOCHEBUENA Y EL DÍA DE NAVIDAD

•          Bajo el trato hostil tanto del presidente electo de Estados Unidos y del presidente mexicano, el padre de uno de los estudiantes de Ayotzinapa que fueron desaparecidos por las fuerzas de la policía federal en México estará acampando en huelga de hambre en Nochebuena y Navidad en NY.

•          Esta huelga de hambre es una protesta pacífica que se propone sensibilizar a la gente de todo el mundo sobre lo que verdaderamente está pasando en México.

•          La comunidad mexicana invita a la comunidad neoyorquina a pasar a visitarlo y decirle que no está solo.
Bajo la campaña abiertamente antimexicana que acogen los votantes de Trump en EEUU y la violencia en su patria, perpetrada por su narcogobierno, ni Antonio Tizapa, padre de uno de los 43 normalistas de Ayotzinapa desaparecidos, ni sus muchos partidarios, se pueden dar el lujo de celebrar la Navidad este año en Nueva York. Desde el día 24 al mediodía, él estará en huelga de hambre hasta el mediodía del 26, a fin de dejar claro que para las víctimas del  narcogobierno y exigir que se enjuicie a los criminales (que ahora sabemos que fueron miembros del Ejército Mexicano que protegían cargamentos de heroína para el narcotráfico) y al gobierno que a todos los niveles protege y facilita sus crímenes).

La comunidad mexicana en Nueva York es víctima de los malos acuerdos comerciales impuestos sin su consentimiento por los gobiernos de México y Estados Unidos, los cuales los obligan a emigrar. Y es también víctima del narcotráfico (protegido por los bancos norteamericanos). Ahora, para colmo, la campaña de Trump ha detonado un sentimiento antimexicano por todo el país y bajo el nuevo gobierno la situación no va a mejorar para los mexicanos que viven y trabajan en Estados Unidos. Por esa razón, invitan a la población a mostrar su solidaridad a Tizapa en esta temporada de fiestas, pues él no se puede dar el lujo de quedarse en casa y disfrutar la Navidad. “El espíritu de esta temporada es la compasión y el amor. Si estás en NYC, haz planes para darte una vuelta en algún momento para saludarlo y decirle que no está solo”, recomendó uno de sus simpatizantes.



ANTECEDENTES: Desde hace más de dos años, el trabajador inmigrante mexicano residente en Nueva York Antonio Tizapa busca incansablemente a su hijo, Jorge Antonio Tizapa Legideño. Se trata de uno de los 43 estudiantes de la escuela pública rural de Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, que desaparecieron a manos de la policía federal cuando se dirigían a una manifestación, con la demostrada complicidad del gobierno a nivel local, estatal y federal, y del ejército mexicano. Según ha probado un grupo independiente de expertos investigadores internacionales, la versión que proporcionó el gobierno para explicar la desaparición de los estudiantes es falsa. Así lo demuestran datos tan simples como el hecho de que llovió toda la noche en el lugar donde las autoridades aseguran que los cuerpos de los estudiantes fueron incinerados a manos de unos narcotraficantes.


QUÉ: Conferencia de prensa y huelga de hambre durante 2 días
CUÁNDO:  Comienza el 24 de diciembre al mediodía, hasta el 26 de dic.
DÓNDE:  Núm. 27 de la calle 39, entre Madison y Park Ave.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Antonio Tizapa

tizapa79@gmail.com

Tel. 347-451-7542



“NO CHRISTMAS FOR MEXICO”
HUNGER STRIKE OUTSIDE THE MEXICAN CONSULATE IN NYC THIS CHRISTMAS EVE AND CHRISTMAS DAY


•          Under both the US president-elect’s and the Mexican president’s hostile treatment, father of missing Ayotzinapa student who was forcibly disappeared by federal police forces in Mexico will be camping on hunger strike this Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in NYC.

•          This hunger strike is a peaceful protest that seeks to sensitize people around the world about what is really happening in Mexico

•          The Mexican community invites the NY community to come visit and tell him he is not alone

Under an overtly anti-Mexican campaign embraced by Trump’s voters in the US and the violence in his homeland perpetrated by his government involved in the organized crime, Antonio Tizapa, father of  one of the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students, and his many supporters, cannot afford celebrate Christmas this year in NYC. He will be on hunger strike from December 24th noon to December 26th, to make clear that there is no Christmas for the victims of the organized crime which operates inside the Mexican Government, demanding justice for the criminals (who we now know were members of the Mexican Army protecting heroine for the organized crime) and the government at all levels enabling their crimes.



The Mexican community in NYC is victim of both the bad trade deals - imposed by both the Mexican and US governments that force them to migrate - and the organized crime protected by the US banks. Now, to top it all, the Trump campaign has ignited an anti-Mexican sentiment across the country and things are not going to get better for Mexican people living in the US under the new administration. For that reason, they are inviting the general public in NYC to show their solidarity to Mr. Tizapa these holidays, because he cannot afford stay at home and enjoy the season. “Compassion and love are the spirit of these holidays. If you are in NYC, make plans to drop by, just to say hello and tell him he is not alone,” one of the supporters said.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: For more than two years, Mexican worker Antonio Tizapa has been tirelessly looking for his son, Jorge Antonio Tizapa Legideño. He is one of 43 students of the rural public school Ayotzinapa in Guerrero State, Mexico, who were attacked, kidnapped and disappeared by the Federal Police while headed to a political rally, with the proven complicity of the Mexican Government at local, state and federal levels, as well as the Mexican army. As proven by an independent group of international experts, the government provided a false version to explain the disappearance of 43 students.  There is evidence as simple as the fact that it was raining all night long at the spot where the Mexican Attorney General said the students’ bodies were cremated by drug smugglers.


WHAT: Press Conference and hunger strike for 2 days

WHEN: Starting Saturday Dec. 24th noon-Dec. 26 noon

WHERE: 27 E 39 St, NY 10016 (Bet. Madison and Park)

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