Mexico Elects First Jewess as Mayor of Mexico City; Much History, Very Progress.

Luis Castillo
Daily Stormer
July 4, 2018

The beaners know, shut it down.

Can you think of anything better than having your capitol city run by a Jewess?

Mexico can’t.

Times of Israel:

Mexico City has elected a Jewish person as mayor for the first time in history, local politician and scientist Claudia Sheinbaum, according to exit polls.

Sheinbaum, 56, has made a rapid political rise to lead North America’s largest city — though it has not been without controversy.

She won the election to lead North America’s largest city with between 47.5 and 55.5 percent of the vote, according to an estimate by polling firm Mitofsky.

That’s kind of a wide margin. Do these Mexicans not know how to count?

(Don’t answer that.)

She is also the first woman ever elected to the post. Her victory is a historic electoral win in a country with deep-rooted problems of gender inequality and violence against women.

Did I not write an article explaining how the overwhelming majority of victims of violence in Mexico are men?

You know, I can’t even find it quickly, and I don’t care that much.

Whatever. It’s obviously almost all men, getting killed by other men in narco violence, and this “violence against women” thing is statistically irrelevant.

There’s only one way for Mexico to achieve gender equality, and that’s to kill about 30,000 women a year to achieve parity with the number of men that are killed.

Are you sure you want gender equality, bean ladies?

There is only one way that can be accomplished.

A woman had previously served as mayor of the capital on an interim basis — Rosario Robles, from 1999 to 2000 — but Sheinbaum, who holds a doctorate in physics, is the first woman elected to the post.

Talking about all the diplomas she has earned, and papers she has published, is an interesting way to fill in the blank of the real question: Has she has actually contributed to any useful invention or discovery, or advanced the fields of physics or engineering in any way?

You should already know the answer to this, but our numbers our growing, so that means there must be new readers here. For those guys, here’s a grumpy old Polish man to explain it to you.

Welcome aboard.

Sheinbaum worked as an environmental engineer at the National Autonomous University of Mexico until recently. She spent four years as a PhD student in California.

“Just because I might look like a skinny scientist doesn’t mean I’m not going to crack down on crime here. I will,” she recently told the crowd at a rally in the capital.

Yeah, no, you won’t. The candidates that were going to crack down on crime, well – crime cracked down on them first.

In a speech last month, Sheinbaum, who also goes by Sheinbaum Pardo, told a Jewish audience she was connected with the Jewish community thanks to her grandparents, who emigrated from Lithuania and Bulgaria.

“We celebrated all the Jewish holidays at my grandparents’ house,” she said.

Did she do the chicken-waving thing, and the Kol Nidre, where she metaphysically crosses her fingers behind her back and swears off any oaths she may make to goyim until the next Kol Nidre? Really, read the linked article.

Almost all of Mexico’s 40,000 Jews live in Mexico City, according to the World Jewish Congress.

Literally “rootless cosmopolitan elite.”

Times of Israel’s words, not mine.

She married fellow student activist Carlos Imaz in 1987.

Imaz was among the most recognizable faces of the Mexican left, also governing the Tlalpan district, until in 2004, he was one of several top officials caught on camera accepting large sums of cash.

This would be disqualifying in a serious country, right?

I mean, I know we’re dealing with Mexico, but… if Sarah Palin’s husband had been literally filmed taking bribes, would that not have permanently disqualified her, as part of a corrupt family? Knowing people by the company they keep, and so on?

I guess this is just so normal in “Aztec Democracy” that it doesn’t even phase voters, or they are really that low information.

White society at least got to have wealth and stable social conditions before the 1960’s cultural revolution. Eastern Europe, all the previously communist countries, were somehow immunized against Cultural Marxism from their experiment with first-generation Marxism, and so they can at least live without queers and trannies, even if they don’t have much in the way of an economy, yet.

Latin America, after coming out its authoritarian phase between the 70s and the 90s, depending on the country, is basically getting to skip the material progress, and go directly towards progressive dystopia, without even overcoming the basic problems of the third world.

The future of Mexico, at this point, is pretty much transsexual cartel hitmen (hitpersons?) killing each other.

Basically, this – but everyone will be brown, and everything will be shittier.