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Above: Bougainvilleas are everywhere. They blossom year round. We walk down lanes strewn with petals. 

henrymakow.com – July 15, 2021

I didn’t leave Canada. Canada left me. Canadians have no civil rights.

Although a citizen, I cannot return to my country of 70-years unless I accept experimental gene therapy & absurd hotel ($3000) & home quarantines for a virus I do not have, has no symptoms and may not even exist.

Mexico’s narco violence has served a useful purpose: to keep foreigners out of what is a pretty good place to live, especially in today’s world.

by Henry Makow PhD

I have been here only a few months so I don’t claim to be an expert.

Mexico is a second world country. It combines the comforts of the first world (if you have some dinero) with the charm of the third world. I now live in a town like Aspen Colorado, surrounded by hills, except cheaper, no snow and more Mexicans.

Here are ten things I like and three things I don’t like, in no particular order.

1)   Fruit and vegetables are plentiful, cheap and garden fresh. Limes, pomegranates, tangerines and avocados grow in peoples’ yards. There is a large variety of exotic birds and animals, trees and cacti.

 

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