All are within the toxic-waste shadow of ASARCO El Paso. Grupo Mexico who owns ASARCO is presently bidding on a 45 year contract (to be awarded this summer) to bring rail freight from the new Baja Mexico port of Punta Colonet across northern Mexico up through the Santa Teresa Port-of-entry next to ASARCO.
Grupo Mexico controls over half the freight right of way in Mexico through Ferromex. This new seaport will be larger than the USA L.A. seaport, and non-unionized.
Despite all the military and monies being brought to Cd. Juarez, the illegal concentration camp run by the Zaragozas is inexplicably allowed to patrol with machine guns (illegal for civilians to carry) and the government is reportedly on the side of the family trying to take Lomas de Paleo land from its remaining owners.
This land is about 2 miles away from the ASARCO smelter stack, and has to be quite polluted by the secret toxic wastes.
Meanwhile Acerlor Mittal has quietly purchased the tiny steel-plant just 30 miles north of where this port-of-entry is; and, Freeport McMoran bought up Phelps Dodge and is located in the 30-mile plume-area that ASARCO would have reached.
We were an environmental sacrifice-zone. We are still an environmental sacrifice zone.
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