Exclusive Americas Program video interview with Javier Sicilia By Clayton Conn and Murphy Woodhouse | 13 / June / 2011 Tweet This post is also available in: Spanish One comment Great interview, clear and concise. Perhaps Javier is a bit to conciliatory for the day. A gentle soul he is. The president of Mexico simply represents rich corporations and banks. A process of dialogue has no importance if it is not an integral aspect of affirmative law. The people must uncompromisingly demand the government act in the fact and spirit of law where in the voice of the people is the purpose for all government. Demand that the government do its job. Do not ask nicely. Petition for redress and insist the government act according to the Constitution and its law is all the people can do in this present process. And that is not enough. If the people can be aroused to this fact, that they have all power if they will assume it. That is the spirit of the true revolution that is and will continue to happen. Every town and city must begin to assume the power of its autonomy– take back the power that has been stolen. If it cannot be done locally through due process of law, it will eventually be a bloody revolution indeed. Thank you Javier and company for starting this spiritual revolution. Comment by Don LeBaron on June 13, 2011 at 12:54 pm Allowed HTML tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong> Name (required) Mail (will not be shared) (required) Website Comment By submitting a comment you grant CIP Americas a perpetual license to reproduce your words and name/web site in attribution. Inappropriate and irrelevant comments will be removed at an admin’s discretion. Your email is used for verification purposes only, it will never be shared.