Thursday, May 01, 2008

by the way,.. business week didn't published my comment,... i wonder why

I put an extract of the comment to the businessweek's article, but it wasn't published. According to the site, the only restriction they have is the usage of rude language,.. well I didn't used any of it, and yet they didn't include my commment.

However they did include offensive comments to Mexican independece. For example, some guy 'jack' is openly calling to intervene Mexican territory and stole oil.

that position is not far from what Calderon is doing, but cheaper in that US won't spend in sending his mercenaries down to Mexican territory.

here is the comment I made, it was a shorter version of the one I uploaded here in the previous post,..

I would only point out that those in pemex who desperately argue for privatisation are the ones who have been accused of benefiting from Pemex’s corruption. Labastida Ochoa is one of them, and the nearly 2,000 millions that came round to pay for his presidential campaign. Camilo MouriƱo and his empire of gasoline in southern Mexico is another. He has been accused of abusing office, and he started in the ministry of energy where he did good contracts benefiting his family enterprises.

Overall I think that the urgency for privatise has little to do with Mexican’s interest and more to do with the big companies, corrupt politicians in Mexico, and some ‘free market fundamentalists’. The question is why should Mexicans sell off the enterprise that has given them the resources to accomplish whatever little development they have?

As you can see there is no offensive language there, only my sincere opinion about the topic. Would this mean that businessweek only allows comments that 'fit' their own editorial view?

here are comments already on the site,...

Mexico's Oil Dilemma
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Apr 29, 2008 3:36 AM GMT
The U.S. should seize mexico oil fields as payment for the gazillions we spend on 986 billion illegal aliens! We could easily overpower the mexicans and claim the oil fields by right of conquest!
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Clifford J. Wirth
Apr 29, 2008 2:39 AM GMT
A variety of independent sources conclude that Mexico's oil production peaked in 2004 and that it production will continue to decline despite more exploration and drilling. These sources include, the Association for the Study of Peak Oil, Energy Watch Group, EnergyFiles, and Peak Oil Associates International
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common sense
Apr 29, 2008 1:44 AM GMT
after reading the article who in their right mind would want to nationalize their oil reserves.
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common sense
Apr 29, 2008 1:43 AM GMT
after reading the article who in their right mind would want to nationalize their oil reserves.
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Sam Siphandone
Apr 28, 2008 11:27 PM GMT
US should nationalize its oil reserves. The Govt should should sell gas like selling postage stamp... Otherwise Exxon Mobil, Chevron and other oil companies reap profits of more than $60 billions per year while we Americans paid $4 or more per gallon....
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Devin Serpa
Apr 28, 2008 6:17 PM GMT
"Unless something is done quickly to allow Pemex to operate more as a real oil company..." You mean rape and pillage the planet?
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Elaine Morton
Apr 28, 2008 4:46 PM GMT
How do I reach Carlos Morales Gil,
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elaine morton
Apr 28, 2008 4:16 PM GMT
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