AMLO´s alleged “Castro-Chavista” socialist plan unveiled by Mexican activist

Mexico (Agencias) – Gilberto Lozano, general director of the “Consejo Nacional de Ciudadanos” or CONACI, published a video in which he assures AMLO and its party MORENA seek to establish the new version of Latin-American “Castro-Chavista” socialism through the follow-up of the Communist Agenda of the Sao Paulo Forum.

Morena, the political party of Lopez Obrador is an open member of the Sao Paulo forum, endorsed by conservative groups such as “Encuentro Social” which is not grounds for optimism, since there have been experiences in Latin America where Marxist candidates are accompanied to seek their election by liberal democratic parties, as happened with Salvador Allende in Chile in 1970 or with Hugo Chávez 20 years ago in the Polo Patriótico.

AMLO’s ample triumph was achieved because he used the flag of the struggle against corruption, a situation that must be promoted in Mexico indeed, but without forgetting that the world champions in corruption are the socialist/communist dictatorships. What better examples than Venezuela, Cuba, Brazil or Nicaragua? Who can control and punish corruption in a socialist/communist dictatorship, when the nomenclature is the mother of that practice?

According to Gilberto Lozano from the “Congreso Nacional Ciudadano” the stages to conduct Mexico towards a “Castro-Chavista socialist regime” were obtained from documents belonging to Yeidkol Polevski who´s real name is Citlali Ibáñez Camacho, currently the President and General Secretary of the political party MORENA (National Regeneration Movement).

These documents, date back to July 17, 2018, after the XXIV meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum, a  Latin-American socialist congregation born after the collapse of the Soviet Union in Havana Cuba.

Yeidkol Polevski has openly manifested her socialist preference. Such as the time when a social networks user who asked her if her party (Morena) was in favor of the Bolivarian Revolution, Marxism, socialism-communism that has affected countries such as Cuba, Nicaragua, Bolivia and currently Venezuela.

“Can you tell me if the party you represent intends to integrate Mexico into the Bolivarian Revolution and bring the socialist-communist system to Mexico by uniting in the Pact of Sao Paulo with Cuba, Bolivia, Venezuela and Nicaragua?

Her answer was: “Yes… indeed”

With more than 30 members of MORENA and PARTIDO DEL TRABAJO in Cuba they all sign their adhesion to conform the socialist block of America.

Yeidkol Polevski who´s real name is Citlali Ibáñez Camacho, currently the President and General Secretary of the political party MORENA (National Regeneration Movement) at the Foro de Sao Paulo 2018

Currently their website with all political parties that support this movement has been deleted, however using the computer´s caché the following address can be opened:

Here´s a list of the São Paulo´s Forum political parties by country.

Frente Grande
Frente Transversal Nacional y Popular
Movimiento Evita
Movimiento Libres del Sur
Partido Comunista
Partido Humanista
Partido Obrero Revolucionario-Posadista
Partido Socialista
Partido Solidario
Unión de Militantes por el Socialismo

Partido Red Democrática

Partido del Empoderamiento del Pueblo

Movimiento al Socialismo
Movimiento Bolivia Libre
Partido Comunista de Bolivia

Partido Democrático Trabalhista
Partido Comunista del Brasil
Partido Patria Libre
Partido Popular Socialista
Partido Socialista Brasileiro
Partido de los Trabajadores

Izquierda Ciudadana
Movimiento Amplio Social
Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria
Partido Comunista
Partido Humanista
Partido Socialista
Partido del Socialismo Allendista
Revolución Democrática
Partido Igualdad
Poder Ciudadano
Partido País Progresista
Izquierda Libertaria

Marcha Patriótica
Movimiento Progresista
Partido Alianza Verde
Partido Comunista Colombiano
Polo Democrático Alternativo
Presentes por el Socialismo
Unión Patriótica
Movimiento Poder Ciudadano

Costa Rica
Partido Frente Amplio
Partido Vanguardia Popular – Partido Comunista

Partido Comunista de Cuba

Partido Pueblo Soberano

Movimiento de Unidad Plurinacional Pachakutik – Nuevo País
Movimiento Alianza PAIS
Movimiento Popular Democrático
Partido Comunista del Ecuador
Partido Comunista Marxista-Leninista del Ecuador
Partido Socialista-Frente Amplio
Partido Comunista Ecuatoriano
Movimiento Acuerdo Nacional Revolución Ciudadana

El Salvador
Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional

Movimiento Político Winaq
Unidad Revolucionaria Nacional Guatemalteca

1. Organización del Pueblo en Lucha

Partido Libertad y Refundación

Partido Comunista por la Independencia y el Socialismo
Consejo Nacional de Comités Populares

Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD)
Partido del Trabajo
MORENA (Movimiento de Regeneración Nacional)

Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional

Partido del Pueblo
Partido Revolucionario Democrático
Frente Amplia por la Democracia

Frente Guasú
Partido Comunista Paraguayo
Partido Convergencia Popular Socialista
Partido del Movimiento Patriótico Popular
Partido del Movimiento al Socialismo
Partido País Solidario
Partido de la Participacion Ciudadana
Partido Popular Tekojoja

Ciudadanos por el Cambio
Partido Comunista del Perú-Patria Roja
Partido Comunista Peruano
Partido Nacionalista del Perú
Partido del Pueblo
Partido Socialista del Perú
Tierra y Libertad
Partido Humanista Peruano
Partido Pueblo Unido
Perú Libertario

República Dominicana
Alianza por la Democracia
Fuerza de la Revolución
Movimiento Izquierda Unida
Partido Alianza País
Partido Movimiento Patria para Todos
Partido Comunista del Trabajo
Partido de la Liberación Dominicana
Partido de los Trabajadores Dominicanos
Partido Revolucionario Dominicano
Partido Revolucionario Moderno

Trinidad y Tobago
Movimiento por la Justicia Social

Asamblea Uruguay
Compromiso Frenteamplista
Movimiento 26 de marzo
Movimiento de Liberación Nacional Tupamaros
Movimiento de Participación Popular
Movimiento Popular Frenteamplista
Partido Comunista del Uruguay
Partido Obrero Revolucionario Troskista-Posadista
Partido por la Victoria del Pueblo
Partido Socialista de los Trabajadores
Partido Socialista del Uruguay
Vertiente Artiguista

Liga Socialista
Movimiento Electoral del Pueblo
Partido Comunista de Venezuela
Partido Socialista Unificado de Venezuela
Patria para Todos

Gilberto Lozano has challenged John Mill Ackerman Rose to debate him. John Mill Ackerman Rose is a political sociology and  constitutional law PHD, as well as a researcher for Mexico’s most prestigious university UNAM. He was born in the United States, but now is a Mexican citizen by naturalization and one of the closest advisors to Lopez Obrador, if not the closest.

Mr. Ackerman Rose´s answer to the latest debate challenge was an editorial piece for “La Jornada” newspaper where he calls Lozano “The Mexican Trump”.

The document presented by Lozano, reads as follows:
“The political organizations gathered in São Paulo find a great encouragement to reaffirm our socialist, anti-imperialist and popular conceptions and objectives in the emergence and development of vast social, democratic and popular forces in the Continent that are confronted with the alternatives of imperialism and neoliberal capitalism and its aftermath of suffering, misery, backwardness and anti-democratic oppression. This reality confirms the left and socialism as necessary and emerging alternatives” (SIC)


STAGE 1 formulated to install socialism in Mexico (2019-2020)
Create Military Guard
Subject the legislative and judicial branches to a single power.
Modify the Constitution to handle budget money at will.
Gender Equity
Demystify religions, by introducing elements that confuse them with esoteric sects.
Control of media, propaganda to promote the cult of the leader.
Progressive agenda
Great symbolic projects that capture the attention of the population
Reform education for equality, indoctrination and class struggle.
Expand the party loyalists (supporters, handouts, coupons).

STAGE 2 Political and Mass Control (2021-2022)
Social networks and support satellite parties
Reinforce the struggle for the poor with the banner of Corruption and Neoliberalism.
Total Control of the Internet
Paramilitaries who can evade Human Rights if necessary.
Map entrepreneurs to propose that they be marginalized or flee the country.
More and more people in the Government, creating places for THE PARTY, removing those that can be seen as from previous governments.
Parallel structure to control state governors.
Mechanism to control money via technology.
Control of banks.

STAGE 3 Wealth Distribution (2023-2024)
Distribution of houses, land, companies towards “The Party”.
Punishment to the upper classes
Change of Constitution for re-election
Means of production in the hands of the state.
Capital belongs to all.

Gilberto Lozano, director of CONACI, has previously filed a lawsuit against López Obrador for allegedly betraying the nation for “putting the sovereignty, independence and integrity of the Mexican people subjected to foreign interests”. In reference to Venezuela’s alleged economic support to Lopez Obrador presidential campaigns. 

The information that Morena, Partido del Trabajo and Partido de la Revolución Democrática/PRD are part of the Sao Paulo Forum, has been confirmed and verified, however the document Lozano referes to, is not found on the official website of the Sao Paolo Forum and there are no official sources to endorse these points. He claims the documents are real and will protect his source. Nevertheless, so far coincidences amongst the stages presented in the document and AMLO´s government are worrisome to millions of Mexicans. 

J. Argaez Andrade

The Yucatan Times