You Won’t Believe What We Saw In The Most Violent State In Mexico

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on the most violent state of Mexico, Michoacan. We visited the anarchist city of Cheran that is thriving because of their following principles of anarchy. Joined with us was Jeff Berwick of the who also holds the largest meeting of anarchists, Anarcapulco.

No Cops! No Government! Just Anarchy In Mexico Town

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on Cheran, Michoacan. Cheran is an anarchist town that follows the principles of anarchy and is home to over 30,000 anarchists. We talk to Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante who organizes one of the largest anarchy conferences, Anarchapulco. Use discount code wrc for a 10% discount.

“La Familia” Founder Carlos Rosales Mendoza Quietly Released from Prison

Danny Benavides &; Carlos Rosales Mendoza, La Familia Michoacana founder and ally of Gulf Cartel druglord Osiel Cardenas Guillen, was recently released from prison in Mexico, with little press and seemingly little concern. The discharging of an old-school kingpin like Rosales Mendoza is a much bigger deal than the press would have many believe.

Dr. Jose Manuel Mireles in Caleta: In His Own Words

Danny Benavides &; Video and English translation of the legitimate spokesperson of Michoacan's Autodefensas, Dr. Jose Manuel Mireles Valverde speaking before a crowd gathered in Caleta de Campos — ground-zero for the Mexican government's latest attempt to disrupt, co-opt, and disparage the self-defense movement.

Is the U.S. Helping Mexico Undermine Michoacan’s Vigilantes?

Danny Benavides &; Allegations made by former Mexican General Jesus Jaime Garcia Miramontes suggesting a US plot to undermine Michoacan's autodefensas were quickly dismissed by the press. However, what is more of a "national security" threat to the U.S. and Mexico: organized crime that can "play ball," or an armed vigilante revolution?

#Narconoia Update: Apr. 25, 2014

Update &; Autodefensas in Michoacan continue searching for Caballeros Templarios leader Servando Gomez Martinez (alias "La Tuta"), but face opposition from the federal government and disloyal vigilantes; the EPN administration purchases military &

#Narconoia Update: Apr. 18, 2014

Update &; In Michoacan, more local officials charged with accepting cartel bribes; autodefensas and the federal government have reached an agreement -- or have they?; no extradition for Chapo Guzman; Second-in-command of Beltran Leyva Cartel captured; corruption unravels in Hidalgo County, Texas; narco-politics and more