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In this video, the author of the book "El Rey del Cash" discusses his thoughts on the Mexican president and the controversy surrounding his alleged financial crimes. The author argues that the book is based on personal experience and provides valuable insights into the political and business dealings of the current Mexican government. He asks viewers to consider the message of the book even if they are skeptical of the author's bias.

  • 00:00:00 The book "The King of Cash" is causing controversy due to its allegations against Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. This video provides an analysis of the book, discussing seven points that have caught public attention. The author argues that Lopez Obrador obtained illegal funds to finance his political campaigns and win the presidency in 2006. Many high-profile Mexican figures are mentioned, including those currently governing the country. The author interviews other political figures, journalists, and victims of the alleged financial crimes. The video ends with a warning that the book is not a journalistic investigation or legal case, but an account by the author based on her own observations, interviews, and experiences. It is important to remember that the book is not an award-winning piece of journalism or literature. The video asks for patience as the book does not have any literary or journalistic awards to its name.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the book, El Rey Del Cash: An Analysis, which was written by two authors who are very close to powerful Mexican politicians. They share their personal experience of being close to these politicians and believe that the value of the book resides in the fact that it is from within the government, and is not from an adversarial journalist. The book does not focus on attacking the government, but rather from someone who was physically and politically close to the current Mexican president. This personal testimony is valuable, and can be seen as a firsthand account. In addition, the authors share insights into various political and business dealings they have been a part of over the years. They discuss how these dealings often involved hiding evidence or being complicit in wrongdoing. The authors believe that this book confirms many secrets that have been spoken openly for years, and that it reveals the true character of this political figure, who is more irritable than conciliatory. Many people who are close to the current Mexican government are angered by this book because it undermines the polished image of the politician different. However, the president built a speech based on the idea that we are not equal to our predecessors, which many people have bought into as an act of faith. At the same time, he has denied looking
  • 00:10:00 In this video, a reflection is given on what has been said by many detractors of the book, who probably have not even read it. The book does not present any evidence, as it is a testimonial recounting what the author lived around the events. Look at strict adherence to Mexican legal positivism - a testimony has all the weight and legal validity needed for the opposite to be true. Furthermore, any witness testimony of a crime or victim would also be valid in this case, as it is financial crimes and elections. That is why the leader will never receive personally a document or money in billetes, as that is what is done by his subordinates, his testaferros. Therefore, there will be no evidence of the leader committing the crime, as he wanted probably some documents with printed receipts that said "received donation illegally" for my campaign, Andrés Manuel López Obrador obviously, never existing anything of the kind. And those demanding the author provide evidence may have forgotten, simply for convenience, the videos and testimonials of people who have collected money for the campaign in recent years, as there are many proofs. Remember also the videos of Bejarano Carlos Cimas, the president's own brothers, the representative of the
  • 00:15:00 The author of the book, "El Rey del Cash," discusses his thoughts on the president, his taxes, and his opponents' belief that he will eventually act on them. He believes that, like in life, we should not give into doubt, but also not completely discount the possibility. There are many historical evidences that suggest the possibility of what is written in the book, and so dismissing the author outright for bias commits the fallacy of ad hominem. The author also explains another fallacy, the easy and cheap fallacy, which someone could use to dismiss the message. He asks his viewers to consider how dismissing the messenger would also disregard the message. He concludes the video with a message for his viewers: to open their eyes to what is happening now, and to believe the book's message even if some do not believe the author. He is Emilio Pineda, and he awaits your comments in the next chapter of "Common and Creating Prosperity"

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